Monthly Archives: December 2013

Harper’s Quebec Policy Amounts To Hear No Evil, See No Evil And Speak No Evil


This federal government is powerless to intervene in what is going on in Quebec, because it practices the same type of politics and promotes the same ideological racism that Quebec does. Continue reading

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This Is Not Happening In The Ukraine / This Is Happening In Canada!


I find it amazing that this country and its government would dare to try and protect the right to protest in a foreign country while advocating in its own that it is not a fundamental right to protest in its own, but a privilege. Continue reading

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What Could Possibly Be Wrong With Bill C-13?


That this Harper led government chose to play politics and dash the hopes of Canadian children who are one step away from taking their lives; that this government could abandon these children who were desperately counting on the government to keep its promise and do something to end their torment, is unfortunately a death sentence to those children, who were counting on Bill C-13, also known as the Protecting Canadians from Online Crime Act. Continue reading

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