STOP HARPER!

STOP HARPER!

 

UPDATE: Brigette DePape Speaks at Anti Harper Rally in Ottawa June 10 2011

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11 Responses to STOP HARPER!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Brigette will be speaking at the rally on —- Friday June 10th —– in Ottawa!!

    Let’s take a first step in answering her call for Canadian Summer(?!) by showing up in large numbers in Ottawa this Friday!

    ———– P L E A S E === S H A R E ———-

  2. Anonymous says:

    Parliament has been rendered obsolete. We’ll take our opposition to the streets.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Make sure to VOTE on this Poll if you haven’t already done so!

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/yourcommunity/2011/06/page-protest-was-it-appropriate.html

  4. John Prince says:

    Thank you for that David. I`ve posted it here on my blog on top of this page. :-)

    Also, looking at your blog I see you are an interesting fellow who brings awareness to people on issues that matter.

    Fight on, brother!

  5. Anonymous says:

    Those who openly oppose a freely-elected democratic government (“We’ll take our opposition to the streets. “)are anarchists, and as far away from the supporers of free-speech as is possible.

  6. John Prince says:

    So what you are saying is that free speech is only for the 25% who voted conservative and that civil disobedience by possibly 75% of eligible voters in the last election are anarchists? Well done, spoken as a true HarperCON. :-(

  7. Anonymous says:

    One glaring omission (which I am surprised no one has drawn attention to) was that Bridgette DePape’s sign was in ENGLISH ONLY. It was not a bilingual sign, and so was a snub to the Quebecois and other French Canadians. Which is confusing considering that it was the people of Quebec who delivered to Parliament the lions share of non-Conservative seats. Now, aside from personal opinions as to whether DePape was justified in holding up her sign, she should have made her sign BILINGUAL. And she could have done so. And probably would have done so had her protest truly been a gesture of respect and concern for the Canadian people of all traditions, and not just a stunt to get the attention and approval of a monolingual American such as Michael Moore, and a self-interested act to further her own misguided ambitions.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Maybe it’s because Quebec already has it right i.e. NO HARPER!

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