Thursday, July 01, 2010

Stephen Harper and the Black and Blue Thugs

Well at least now we know why he sent the Governor General off to China.

So he could hog the Canada Day festivities on Parliament Hill.

Stick to the Queen of England like a fridge magnet ...

Turn the event into yet another tacky Con Campaign ad, paid for with OUR money.

And no doubt privately give thanks to the Black Bloc for their outstanding contribution to his never ending quest for a majority.

The Angus Reid poll, which surveyed 1,003 Canadians and 503 Torontonians, found that 73 per cent of Torontonians and two-thirds of Canadians believe police treatment of protesters was justified during the G20 summit.

In Toronto, 81 per cent said they are disgusted with the G20 protests, while 74 per cent are angry, 65 per cent are sad and 61 per cent feel ashamed.

Because if Torontonians feel that way you can blame it on these goons.

The useful idiots of fascism, and Harper's little helpers.

Which of course makes it important to find out why police didn't go after them.

Who made the decision for police to stand down despite the fact the city was under attack?

And why?

Was it a police decision or political?

And even more important to remind Canadians that 99.9 % of the protests were completely peaceful . And if the thugs in black deserve to be denounced, so do the thugs in blue.

The chief of police and mayor of Toronto have come out swinging at the thugs in black, vowing to hunt them down and bring them to justice.

But the thugs in blue are ignored, hiding behind the wall of security offered by their employers. It has become a two-tiered level of justice, where thugs in black are hunted while thugs in blue are congratulated for a job well done.

Because one was a crime against property which is deplorable. And the other was an assault on democracy which is INTOLERABLE.

The good news? This part of today's poll:

Seventy-three per cent of Torontonians and 57 per cent of Canadians believe it was a mistake to hold the summit in Toronto.

So Harper can still wear this billion dollar boondoggle...and drown in his fake lake.

The even better news? The struggle continues.

Because we really do need a public inquiry.

And we need it NOW...


Anonymous said...

Why does Harper avoid the Governor-General yet stick like a fridge magnet to the Queen?

Could it be that the GG is a black refugee from an underveloped country?
A country fallen into sin, according to most evangelists like Harper?

Or . . . is it because he's a dyed-in-the-wool WASP?

We can't have a WASP as a leader of a multicultural nation; it would be so contradictory, n'est-ce pas?

Moreover, the footage with the Queen will be used in the next election's material.

He won't visit the GG for the weekly consultation with the Queen's representative to Canada yet he hides behind her when he wants a progrogation. Isn't there a hypocrisy in there?

He's a huge suck-up to the people he wants to be like yet will never aspire to. He's like the little boy licking the bakery store's window to vicariously sample the wares on the other side. There's only one word for him and the likes of him.


Bill Blair will also be gone by year's end.

Dr.Dawg said...

"Black and Blue." The body politic after the G-20. Wonderful!

Simon said...

hi Torontonian...the only reason Harper sticks like a fridge magnet to the Queen is because he hopes it will help win him votes. And sadly in this country it probably will. And that's why he personally asked the GG to go to China, so he wouldn't have to play second fiddle on Canada Day. Everything the Harper Cons do is designed for crass political advantage. They are both vulgar AND dangerous...

Simon said...

hi Dr know now that I think about it it does seem rather appropriate. A little black, and lot of blue, and democracy comes out bruised.
On the other hand the Black and Blue Party is the biggest gay party in Montreal, and now you've ruined for me... ;)