G20 and the New World Order – Letter to the Editor by Dwight Dugas
Cornwall ON – There is a lot of talk about the protestors who are expected to show up in Toronto to demonstrate during the G20 meetings this month.
The mainstream media keeps reminding us of the tremendous cost to keep the G20 summit attendees and surrounding businesses, safe from all the anarchist groups, preparing for “militant and confrontational” action designed to “humiliate the security apparatus.” Of course there are those who want confrontation and they should be charged if they engage in violence. But these groups are the minority.
There are many more protesters out there that are peaceful. And have, for whatever reasons, come to the conclusion that public demonstrations are an effective way to get the government to listen to them, when they turn a deaf ear to the people.
There is a plethora of small groups preparing to march on Toronto to demonstrate this month. Calling for everthing from public daycare to immigration rights.
But what about those who peacefully protest globalization and call for the protection of Canadian sovereignty. It seems the mainstream media rarely covers such groups. It should come as no suprise. After all, the mainstream media has become the fourth branch of government. Telling us how, what and when to think.
Anna Nicole, Micheal Jackson, Al-Qaida, Al-Qaida, Al-Qaida.
Remember Montebello and the Security and Prosperity Partnership meeting, to expand NAFTA?
CTV news had to admit that three Sûrité de Quebec officers, dressed as anarchists, attended the protest “to keep the peace”. However, it was reported by the alternative media that they were responsible for inciting some of the violence that day.
Whether you believe that police inject agent procoteurs into crowds of protestors, or not, doesn’t really matter when you ask yourself a simple question.
Who benefits when protests become violent?
The answer is simple. The government and our security forces of course. Not the disenfranchised or even those anarchist groups that truly want violent confrontation.
CSIS and the RCMP get bigger and better budgets at the next big globalist meeting. Just look at the upcoming G20. Security for the summit is going to cost $1 billion. And let’s not forget the new toys the RCMP officers are going to get to play with.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police will be deploying L.R.A.D (long range accoustic devices) for the first time, against the Canadian people. The Americans used these weapons against their people, at the G20 meetings held in Pittsburg last year.
It’s admitted that these sound cannons can reach frequencies capable of causing serious harm. But it’s ok. The only people that are going to attend the demonstrations, are evil house wives, disabled people and a few immagrants. Oh and let’s not forget the anarchist minority.
Unfortunately the controlled, corporate media whores will continue to smear and demonize all protestors. All the while highlighting the minority anarchist-tards and barely covering those demonstrating for the protection of our sovereignty.
Nor will they report the fact, that, the G20 is global government in practice. E.U president Herman Von Rompuy admitted ” 2009 was also the first year of global governance, with the estalishment of the G20, in the middle of the finacial crisis.” right.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXWeOa-FuyM
Did anyone benefit from the financial crisis?
Well, when the globilzers were pushing the free-trade agreements and the S.P.P, people opposed the agenda. Anytime people spoke of a push for a global government, they were ridiculed and called conspiracy theorists.
Enter the global financial crisis and global governance is announced casually as if it is completely normal and justified, without debate or the input of the people.
The elite’s attitude translates as follows; “There’s no global government, sit down and shut up. There is a global goverment, sit down shut up.”
Welcome to the new world order.
Tiger Woods, Iran, Al-Qaida, Iran, Al-Qaida.
It’s important to remember that section 2 of the Charter of Rights guarantees us the right to assemble and protest. It’s our duty to protect that right.
It would be excellent if the corporate media understood the right to peacefully assemble and promoted it, rather than hype those anarchist-tards and remain silent when people with legitimate grievances rise to be heard.
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