As Stephen Harper drags our parliament into the pit of democratic depravity, by accusing the NDP of supporting an imaginary carbon tax only he can see.
Repeating a Big Lie over and over again like a shameless con man, or a desperate maniac. Going after Tom Mulcair, as one pundit put it, with a zeal bordering on that of a religious fanatic.
As we stare in horror at what Great
Finds light in the darkness:
Encouragingly, though, people across Canada are starting to fight back. They are doing it in small ways, in classrooms and weekend workshops, on websites and at coffee parties, by writing letters and even joining a knitting campaign.
On their own, these initiatives may face more frustration than success. Collectively, though, they could well play a major role in deciding the outcome of the next federal election.
And is cruelly mocked by Chris Selley.
Jeepers. Batten down the hatches, Mr. Prime Minister! There’s a storm a-comin’!
Because you know this is Canada eh? And that kind of stuff doesn't work here.
Except that it just did, in Quebec...
Where a student strike became a popular movement that helped bring down a government, retire a Premier, and today celebrated this great victory.
The PQ cabinet has ordered university tuition hikes introduced by the Liberals to be reversed and voted to dissolve Bill 78, the anti-protest law. Bill 78 will officially come off the books Friday.
It wasn't easy. Almost three thousand were arrested. Many were injured...
But in the end they WON.
And if it can happen there, it can happen HERE.
In fact it already is eh? Quebec activists are teaching others in the rest of the country how to organize and get out the vote.
Banners like this one are showing up all over Canada...
And as the Con regime drags us ever deeper into the darkness, and becomes even more corrupt and cruel, this movement will only grow. And all together we will crush the Cons like BUGS.
Here's to the Quebec student movement in its hour of victory.
Here's to le printemps Québécois, the Quebec Spring.
Here's to the Canadian Spring.
Quand le peuple s'éveille.
When the people awaken...
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