Wednesday, April 13, 2011

G20: Will police ever be held accountable?

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  1. Norman,

    As usual your investigative skills are at work.

    We must be vigilant now and in the future to protect our freedoms and civil rights here in Canada as elsewhere.

    I believe accountability for this horrific event lies at the top of the political and administrative chain. Stephen Harper enabled and orchestrated this atrocity...and with over a billion of our tax dollars.

    He is a democratically elected fascist. That is not an oxymoron.....people throughout time have happliy relenquished their freedom in similar circumstances.

    In this inceasingly frightening time of corporate control of right wing governments we must be wide awake. The most important task at hand right now is to remove this autocrat from power in upcomig election.

    I suggest everyone get out and exercise their freedom. Or we may lose it very quickly.

  2. Our Constitution is not, a right for Canadians anymore. Our civil Rights and Liberties, have been taken away from us. Democracy and Freedom, have been obliterated. We are living in a dictatorship regime.

    If people don't wake up to Harper, well, if he wins a majority, we can kiss Canada good-bye.

    Harper is taking every cent, he can lay his hands on from Canadian citizens and, giving us to the wealthiest corporations in the world.

    Harper controls all of the HST money from, all of the HST provinces. The HST was designed for these giant corporations, they, as we know, are bottomless pits of greed.

    Harper wants to give big business, another tax reduction, which will come off Canadians paychecks. Harper had a meeting with Layton, and Layton capitulated to Harper's demand. On the debate, Harper had the gall to say, he gave no corporate tax cuts. This country is not safe with Harper. He is a behind our backs, sneaky snake.



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