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Not enough cops to protect taxpayers' property?
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By now, we've all seen the photos and videos: Burning cop cars, smashed windows, a small contingent of Black Bloc and not a cop in sight. Later we see the cops: water cannons, cracked heads, sound cannons, hundreds of arrests and no Black Bloc.

And in case you didn't notice, the cop cars were abandoned on the roads with no defence and they were stripped of all their equipment. That's right, no radios, no computers and no weapons in the trunks. And where were the 3000 cops that were amassed in the area? The liar, Chief Blair said they were required at the security fence, all 3000 of them. They couldn't spare a couple of hundred cops to protect the property of taxpaying citizens? They weren't concerned about the destruction of those abandoned cop cars even though there was never any real threat to the security of the elitist bastards behind the fence? Why is this?

I'll tell you why. The police and the Integrated Security Unit along with their bosses including Prime Minister Stephen Harper wanted violence and vandalism to justify the 1.2 Billion Dollar cost of this outrageous security fiasco. They also wanted an excuse to try out their new toys, the sound cannons and water cannons and tear gas launchers and they wanted to fill up the temporary holding cells they built for the event.

None of this needed to happen and 900 mostly peaceful protesters never needed to be arrested and deprived of their constitutional rights. Many innocent people will eventually be convicted of trumped up charges and the record of those convictions will follow them the rest of their lives and deprive them of many of the advantages that we take for granted. And all because Harper wanted to show the world what a powerful little twerp he really is. Don't kid yourself. this was no accident and has nothing to do with an incompetent police chief, although incompetent he is. This fiasco falls directly in the hands of one man, Stephen Harper.

Yes, we were set up and the mainstream media has been accomplices in perpetrating this fraud on the people of Canada and world. Instead of asking these questions, they have by and large spewed the doctrine that Harper wanted, that the police did a good job, all protesters are criminals and the 1.2 Billion Dollars was well spent.

give me a break. How dumb do they think we are?

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Right on!

Right on!

Indeed

 Unfortunately, the majority of Canadians are stupid enough to swallow the propaganda. They are sheep, and they will continue to give Harper their votes. 

Time to take to the hills... or is it?

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