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Did Susan Clarke Ask Businesses In Her Riding To Police Themselves?


I suggest that Susan Clarke and the rest of the city counselors and mayors turn their attention and political will to the city’s more immediate priorities that have killed innocent Montreal travelers and are still fatal accidents waiting to happen and to this cities failing infrastructure like poor drainage, rotten old water mains and increasing the number of police on the force so that they can do their job and protect the citizens of the city of Montreal. Continue reading

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Goodbye Occupy Protests Of The World And Goodbye To Democracy And Our Right To Protest


A crowd of people stood watching in silence not really showing any emotion and I thought to myself how sad. I wondered were there any post office workers among them, or maybe some Air Canada employees in the crowd? Striking is just another form of protesting people and if you stood there thinking how right the government was shutting this protest down it is with the same reasoning and lack of respect for democracy that they shut down your strike, your protest as well. Continue reading

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Double Standard, Turning Police On Protesting Youths Okay For British Government And Their Allies


Politicians think we are too stupid to know when we are being lied to and too docile to do anything about it anyway. I think they need to look at England as well as Egypt, because some non politicians of the world have learned their language and are teaching it to other non politicians and we are all beginning to demand an accounting and we want the truth.
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Montreal Police Kill Two Men / One For Littering The Other Was Innocent


An innocent man will not be going to work any more, will not be going home anymore and will not get to live out his dreams, or have a life with his family all because the police had to stop a mentally challenged man from making a mess with garbage, by any means necessary. His children will not have his advice, love and support anymore and for what the need to bring down a charging knife wielding homeless person, with lethal force? Continue reading

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911, (Emergency) Dispatcher In Montreal Says, “Our Officers No Longer Investigate Petty Crimes, Do It Yourself”


 This story starts out innocent enough with a friend going home parking her car in her spot in her apartment  complexes garage  and going to her apartment to sleep after a hard days work in the hospital emergency room and … Continue reading

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Montreal Police Want To Be Feared


When I stopped getting in trouble with the law I thought that I would be happy to see the police when I went to work, or walked along the street late at night and that my fear of them only came from … Continue reading

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G20 Summit


I hear the rhetoric, I see the headlines and I have heard the police predictions of more violence, but have heard little of the reasons for it all.  The breaking of store windows does little to further anyones cause and … Continue reading

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