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  • …. Because its 2016 …..

    Meow everyone. Yesterday, the larges t mass shooting in the history of the USA occurred in Florida . This shooting was carried our in the name of ISIS, the international terrorist organization bent on destroying the west and anything that has anything to do with western culture. The terrorist killed at least 50 innocent people who where enjoying a night out in a local bar which has been identified a a well known and well respected gay bar . We have all heard about and seen images of how islam treats person who identify as being gay so i am not going to re-post those image here. We already know how this same religion despises gay people … but wait, aren’t they,  the so called ,  religion of peace ?

     

    These events , do, however, need to remain in our minds , because i  just a few short weeks,we here in Toronto will be host the largest gay pride parade in the world . This event is known to attract well over one million people to enjoy the fun and festivities. There is, however, a very serious problem we do have right here, in Toronto that no one is willing to address. Make no mistake, yesterdays act of terrorism was tragic beyond comprehension, however, while that gut was directly connected to and had sworn himself to ISIS , right here in Toronto, Black lives matters Toronto, is connected to another, equally dangerous terrorist organization. Black lives matter will be leading this years parade. However THIS is what black lives matters is really all about and THIS clearly shows  just how connected they are to the international terrorist organization , the Muslim Brotherhood :

     

    The Muslim Students Association and “Black Lives Matter” had their display tables set side by side at the recent University of Ottawa “Islam Awareness Week.”  During the full week of 07 March 2015, the two groups handed out books to students and staff at the university and spread their ideology.

    The Muslim Students Association (MSA), was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood as one of its front groups with an eye towards recruitment and education.[1]

    All of those from the MSA seemed to be Sunni Muslim.  None were Ahmadiyya, Ismaili or Shia.  An individual asked about the lack of representation of other Muslim groups stated they did not know why this was occurring.

    Multiple books were handed out.  One was the Qur’an in English, while two others explained that all the scientific progress in modern civilization is to be found in the Quran and the Sunnah.

    The third book handed out was on ISIS and essentially tried to explain that ISIS has nothing to do with Islam.  When questioned, an individual at one of the booths stated that the West and the media are the ones who make a bad image of Islam.  When pushed, this individual said there were no internal contradictions or problems within the faith.

    The presence of a “Black Lives Matter” booth is consistent with the efforts of the Muslim Brotherhood front groups in North America.  Attempts by Islamist groups to exploit the black community to their advantage are not new.  The most recent examples were seen in Ferguson Missouri when CAIR USA (Council on American Islamic Relations) made repeated attempts to inject itself and the Islamist ideology into events there.[2]

    CAIR USA itself is a listed terrorist group in the United Arab Emirates[3] as well as being identified as a front group for HAMAS, itself a Muslim Brotherhood entity.

    Ironically, the second most influential person in the Muslim Brotherhood (Sayed Qutb) spent two years in the United States and made incredibly racist statement about blacks.  The most infamous one was:

    Jazz – This is that music that the Negroes invented to satisfy their primitive inclinations, as well as their desire to be noisy on the one hand and to excite bestial tendencies on the other. The American’s intoxication in “jazz” music does not reach its full completion until the music is accompanied by singing that is just as coarse and obnoxious as the music itself. Meanwhile, the noise of the instruments and the voices mounts, and it rings in the ears to an unbearable degree….[4]

    The University of Ottawa

    The University of Ottawa is famous, or perhaps infamous, for its list of alumni who have gone on to become jihadist fighters and other major players in the Islamist world. This includes Al Qaeda financier and Human Concern International board member Ahmed Said Khadr from the 1980s and John (Yahya) Maguire who did a propaganda film for ISIS in 2015.  Both were radicalized while associated to the Muslim Student Association at the University of Ottawa.  As noted by Michelle Sheppard of the Toronto Star on her history of Omar Khadr (Ahmed’s son), the Muslim Student Association was founded by the Muslim Brotherhood.[5]

    The University of Ottawa Prayer Room

    The University of Ottawa should probably close its common prayer room. The Quilliam Foundation, the world’s leading de-radicalization organization, has stated that Islamist Muslims tend to try to take over common area prayer rooms and create ‘Muslim-only’ areas.  Rather, these rooms should allow for other faith adherents to use these facilities.

    The Quilliam Foundation also notes that university authorities should ensure prayer rooms do not become an Islamist underworld, a centre for Muslim students to withdraw between lessons and thus avoid extra-curricular interaction with other students.   The result of this form of activity is that Wahhabbist and Salafist literature then tends to dominate, the ideology spreads and there is the attempted exclusion of others.[6]

    At the University of Ottawa prayer room, students report that Muslim students tell them they cannot enter the room with their shoes on, even if the event is non-Muslim.  They also report that they cannot find out how to book the room and their efforts are blocked.

    It is not clear who controls the room.  The Community Services office (3rd floor) normally controls all bookings for common rooms.  They, however, appear to indicate this is the one room they do not control.  Their suggestion is to go to the Student Federation, which also claims to not know.  However, they suggest that the VP Social of the Student Federation (Hadi Wess) might be responsible, but that cannot be confirmed.

    Of current interest, it should be noted that the same problem is occurring at Montreal’s Maisonneuve College.  Students who are sympathizers of ISIS have attempted to take over some sections of the library and had done the same to the prayer room/common space, resulting in its closure.  Students at Maisonneuve had reported they were afraid of Muslim students in those areas.  Violence has occurred during the course of the attempted takeovers and the staff at the college fear for their safety.[7] This is occurring in Canada this year!

    Other universities have already closed prayers for reasons of Islamist extremism such as the Technical University of Berlin, the Technical University of Dortmund and the University of Essen Duisburg in Germany.[8]

    University of Ottawa and the Muslim Brotherhood

    A number of individuals at the university have close ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.  While some can be found in the engineering faculty, the most interesting may be Dr. Aliaa Dakroury, who was an Assistant Professor at the Department of Communication from 2008 to 2012; at Carleton University’s School of Journalism and Communication from 2005 to 2010; and Departments of Sociology and Anthropology and Law from 2008 to 2011.  She is now an Associate Professor and School Director of the Social Communications Program at Saint Paul’s University in Ottawa.   Dr. Dakroury is the managing editor of the American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences (AJISS).[9]

    What is not noted, however, is that the AJISS is the official journal of the International Institute of Islamic Thought (IIIT).  The IIIT is the think tank of the Muslim Brotherhood[10] and was created as such in 1981, ironically enough by a Canadian of Palestinian origin.  Ismail al-Faruqui left Montreal Canada in about 1978 and created the IIIT in 1980.  The organization was founded following an international conference of “major Muslim Brotherhood figures, including Muslim Brotherhood spiritual leader Yusuf Al Qaradawi, in Lugano, Switzerland in 1977. The conference was held under the auspices of the Association of Muslim Social Scientists’, itself a spinoff of the Muslim Student Association, the Muslim Brotherhoods first public front group in North America.[11]

    Dr. Faruqui was stabbed to death, along with his wife, in 1986 by Joseph L. Young (aka Yusuf Abdul Ali).  The IIIT and others have attempted to pass off this murder as a Zionist or CIA plot, but the criminal investigation and trial showed that the murderer, Mr. Young, was a Black Muslim convert.  He claimed, with some evidence, that he killed Faruqui and his wife due to his poor treatment within the organization, despite having converted to Islam.  Racism may have been a factor.

    The Closing of the Prayer Room

    Should the University of Ottawa consider closing its common prayer room?  Given the problems at the University of Ottawa, as well as those observed at Algonquin College, Maisonneuve College and many others, this is a question worth considering.

    [1] For more on the founding of the Muslim Student Association and its role in radicalization, see Is the Muslim Student Association of Canada/USA a Recruiting Point for Extremism? The article is online at http://tsecnetwork.ca/2015/09/25/is-the-muslim-student-association-of-canadausa-a-recruiting-point-for-extremism/

    [2] For more on this, see, among many others, http://www.clarionproject.org/analysis/islamists-exploit-ferguson-violence-promote-resistance .

    [3] A full list of the terrorism entities can be seen in the article of 14 November 2014 UAE publishes list of terrorist organisations: Cabinet decision includes Al Qaida, Daesh and the Muslim Brotherhood. The article can be seen online at http://gulfnews.com/news/uae/government/uae-publishes-list-of-terrorist-organisations-1.1412895 .

    [4] For more on this, see, among others, Radical: My Journey out of Islamist Extremism, Maajid Nawaz, Rowan and Littlefied, page XXI.

    [5] Michelle Sheppard, Guantanamo’s Child: The Untold Story of Omar Khadr, John Wiley & Sons Canada, Apr 8, 2008.

    [6] For more on the Quilliam Foundation and its views on prayer rooms, see http://www.quilliamfoundation.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/publications/free/pulling-together-to-defeat-terror.pdf .

    [7] For more on the problems at Maisonneuve College, see the 19 February 2016 La Presse article at http://www.lapresse.ca/actualites/education/201602/18/01-4952337-tensions-et-intimidation-au-college-de-maisonneuve.php .

    [8] For more on this see http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/three-german-universities-close-prayer-rooms-used-by-muslims-a6930486.html

    [9] See the IIIT information at http://iiit.org/iiitftp/AJISS/AJISS 32 2-4/ajiss32-4 toced.pdf .  See the biography information at https://www.flickr.com/photos/mmunac/6954246715 .

    [10] See the FBI memo concerning this at http://www.investigativeproject.org/documents/misc/159.pdf .  For more on the IIIT, see http://www.investigativeproject.org/737/forgotten-investigation-emails-offer-insight-into-iiit-probe

    [11] For more on the founding and history of the IIIT, see https://www.centerforsecuritypolicy.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/IIIT-Backgrounder-07-28-14.pdf .

    We need to wake up and realize that these groups are there for one thing and one thing only :  to destroy us, our way of life, our freedoms, our liberties. If the events in Florida were sad and disgraceful, which they were, we must learn from this and become PROACTIVE . This cancer must be stopped. We need to give our security services, our law enforcement agencies the tools and the powers to act to eradicate these terrorist once and for all .. because , one day, soon, these terrorists  will try to do that with us . I HIGHLY encourage everyone that if you see, hear of or know of anyone who acts, suspiciously , call the police.  Welcome to 2016 ….


  • Are our front line police officers being set up to fail ? … Part 1

    Meow everyone . Imagine .. you work for a large company or organization that has a very specific mandate . You go there day after day, year after year, expecting to fulfill this mandate .  Your employer is a large city police force. You are there, as a sworn officer to serve and protect the community . I spent some time, many years ago, serving in the military. I can tell you that there is no greater level of satisfaction  that serving your country / community , knowing that you are doing good. You get shot at, ridiculed, insulted, treated with contempt and disrespect , yet, you go back the following day to do this all over again. If this was just some company , like millions of other companies, one would walk away after the first day, if the employee were treated the way some of our officers are treated daily by the public. Now, what if you are that same officer, wanting to accomplish the same thing, but this time, its YOUR OWN civilian overseers who are stopping you, preventing you from doing the very job you have sworn to do ? This is the VERY REAL EVERYDAY occurrence our police officers have to deal with . Further to that , What would you say if I told you that the very civilian overseers who govern and dictate policies our officers must adhere to, are in fact sitting side by side  KNOWN urban terrorists and  eco terrorists ? Hmm, now I have gotten your attention didn’t I ? Well, this is not a hypothetical scenario , indeed, this is VERY REAL and has taken place.

     

    Most people of are aware, that as in the military, in the police force ,  a rank structure exists,  that with it, carries certain duties and responsibilities . Yes, the higher one rises through the ranks, the more political  the position  it can,  or does become . At some point, if one rises through the ranks high enough, they may wear the police  uniform , however, they do very little actually policing. rather, much of the time is spent on administrative and  public relations duties and engagements.

     

    In Toronto, while the rank structure appears as the most obvious signs of leadership with the police force, the  real decision making power appears to  be the Toronto Police Services Board . The Toronto Police Services Board consists of 7 members composed of:

     

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    • the Mayor or a Council Member as the Mayor’s designate who is appointed by City Council;
    • 2 Council Members;
    • 1 citizen member appointed by City Council; and
    • 3 citizen members appointed by the Province of Ontario.

    The Toronto Police Services Board’s mandate is legislated by the Police Services Act and can be summarized as the general management and setting of policing policy. Generally, the Board’s role in shaping the structure of policing is very broad, limited by legislation only in the realm of daily operations. So, as I stated above, its the board who creates the policies that our officers must adhere to .

     

    Therein lays the first problem … you have board members making policies that THEY feel are the correct ones , however, these same board members are not out there on the streets to see what is really going on , they , by the boards own rules, can’s be out there .

     

    Citizen members are ineligible for appointment to the Board if they fail to satisfy the eligibility requirements for appointment as set out in the City’s Public Appointments Policy.

    Under the Police Services Act, persons are ineligible for appointment as members of the Board if they are:

    • a judge
    • a justice of the peace
    • a police officer, and
    • a person who practices criminal law as a defence counsel.

    So, we have a board making rules and regulations but no actually, practical experience to actually see / know what is needed , what works , what will not work . Along with the civilian members on the board, the remaining members are politicians :

     

     

    • the Mayor or a Council Member as the Mayor’s designate who is appointed by City Council;
    • 2 Council Members;

     

    Once again, politicians are NOT cops out on the street. They sit in offices of meetings all day so how can they possibly have a clue as to what cops actually with daily , yet, they some how think that they are perfectly able to dictate to officers how to do their jobs and invent regulations dictating same. However, that is only the beginning.  Because politicians are tied to one political party or another, they will of course dictate policy that falls within the spectrum of their own  parties ideals . Former Mayor David Miller was the perfect example of what radical left leaning politicians can to to a perfectly good organization…. he destroyed the police department with his NDP brand of politics. I have always said that While Miller was our Mayor , we had an ongoing clown act in city hall. I think Crusty the Clown from the Simpsons would have made a better Mayor  than the jack ass that Miller was .

     

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    Have a look at who endorsed his mayoral candidacy : Miller’s plans to run for mayor were well-known around city hall in 2002, and there was little surprise when he formally declared his candidacy in January 2003. His earliest supporters included councillors Howard Moscoe, Sandra Bussin, Irene Jones and Anne Johnston and urban planner Jane Jacobs. He was later endorsed by councillors Olivia Chow, Joe Pantalone and Brian Ashton, public figures such as June Callwood, Judy Rebick, Margaret Atwood, Michael Ondaatje and Michele Landsberg, American environmental activist Robert F. Kennedy Jr., the Canadian Union of Public Employees and the Toronto Professional Fire Fighters Association. The Toronto Star newspaper, journalist Royson James and councillors Raymond Cho and Michael Walker also endorsed Miller near the end of the campaign.   Are you seeing something here yet ? Oh, Don’t worry , you will see it clearly shortly .

     

    After assuming office, Miller became involved in the long-standing and polarizing debates over Toronto’s police budget. Does this sound familiar ? We here today know  that the radicals want to decimate the police budget as well . But wait, there is more . Miller was not in office very long but was quick to become involved in a labour dispute between the Police Services Board and the Toronto Police Association. The board, led by councillor Pam McConnell. Like Miller who was a member of the radical left NDP party , , McConnell  had also  maintained her membership in the NDP, however, and has become more active with the party since 2003. She has been a Miller ally since the election and was rewarded  by being anointed,   chair of the Toronto Police Services Board from 2004 to 2005.

     

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    McConnell is the very same useless and brain dead twit who once accused an other  mayor, Rob Rod of bulldozing her to the ground during a heated session at a city council  .

     

    OK, so let me go backwards here for a little bit. I had shown about how radical left wing politicians were actively supporting other radical politicians to ensure that radical agendas were front and center. One of the names I made mention of was Olivia Chow. . Chow herself was a member of the police services board but her radical actions were made clear and was forced to resign as a result of her out right support for the  terrorist activities of her friends, the people SHE allies with .

     

     

    FEBRUARY07 2014. Olivia Chow at the airport in Vancouver, B.C., on February 7, 2014. For Tracy Sherlock story. (Steve Bosch / PNG staff photo) [PNG Merlin Archive]

    Have a look at these screen shots that show how Chow supported violent groups and their actions … WHILE SITTING ON THE POLICE SERVICES BOARD  :

     

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    I have stated that the NDP is a highly radical political party and that they support criminal organizations . Here are screen shots to support this :

     

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    I have maintained on numerous occasions that OCAP is, in my opinion, a domestic terrorist organization. Well, I am clearly not the only person of this mind. Indeed  heads of law enforcement feel this way as well :

     

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    So, to recap , a member of the Police Services Board is supportive of terrorists who are in the process of a terrorist act  and asks cops to back off … Hmmm seems to me that she was there, using her position,  to disrupt the police force , not help it .

     

    The other person whom I made mention of as endorsing David Miller as mayor , was none  other than Judy Rebbick . Rebbick love to remind those stupid enough to listen to her , how much of a shit disturbing protester she was  ” back in the day ” . To my utter amazement, I cant believe that there are actually people out there who listen to her , and can do this without vomiting.

     

    Rebbick is a professor at Ryerson University ( and  not a very good one ) . She loves to  give voices to convicted , violent criminals , especially those who are in fact court ordered not to make speeches or appearances. In fact, the more violent the criminal, the more of a voice she gives them. Case in point. She gave one of her long winded nausiating  diatribes at Ryerson University some years where her special guest was Alex Hundert, the convicted G20 organizer who spent his prison time in solitary confinement because he was so dangerous. While he was out on bail ( I don’t know what the court was thinking at that moment ) he was ordered NOT to speak to media or make speeches of any kind. Well Rebbick, being the moron that she is , and Hundert, being the scum bag that he is, openly flaunted the law anyway.

     

    Here is Rebbick below ( you are on your own with having to supply barf bags )

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    Here is the  illegal speech that Rebbick knowingly allowed Hundert to make at one her events :

     

     

    Have a look here and see for yourselves who  were the ones who destroyed our city during the G20 .

     

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    So far, I  have shown some historical evidence that radical left political influences were sitting on  the Police Services Board and clearly had the  intention of limiting the ability of officers from doing their duties, in one case, even wanting officer NOT to act against criminals who were throwing molitov cocktails at the Ontario Legislature building with complete disregard for those inside, or even those outside . However , the  undermining , of the officers of the Toronto Police Service did not end with Chow and Company . 

     

    So far, I have shown  you that politicians have meddled into the day to day activities of our officers,  even going so far as to want them to NOT enforce the law, especially when  the law breakers and the politicians share the exact same agendas . If that is not undermining our officers, I cant imagine what is . But wait, it gets worse … MUCH worse . Imagine having a sitting police services board member , a city counsel   member who , as part of her staff, employs a convicted urban terrorist, one who is unappologetic for her actions and does not even recognize the laws of Canada. NO, IM NOT KIDDING . Now that is really over the top, but wait, it get even WORSE . Now, imagine the CHAIRMAN of the Police Services Board attending a conference and CO-speaking with not one, not even two, but THREE Terrorists. ….. One urban terrorist, and two eco-terrorists. People, I don’t make this stuff up . At this point, I am asking my readers to once again read very carefully, the graphic I posted above showing exactly who the G20 rioting organizers were , then, read the extensive list of panelists for a symposium and see you can find a match in names:

     

    *This page will be updated frequently as new panelists confirm, so please check-in to see who we have lined up!*

    Shelley Charles, MandawKwe

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    Shelley Charles is a member of the Chippewa’s of Georgina Island First Nation. She has worked extensively in First Nation communities across Canada and the US. She works with youth, teachers and aboriginal artists with a commitment to preserving cultural knowledge and language. Shelley is the Elder Advisor on Aboriginal Relations at Humber College. Her passion is to provide Aboriginal students with the support and guidance through their educational journey in a post-secondary environment. She has her Master’s Degree in Indigenous Philosophy.

    “According to the teachings of the Midewewin faith keepers, the language of the Ojibway Anishinabe people is written on the land. All of the plants and the waters have names that reflect our human relationship to creation. Before every ceremony or gathering we send out our songs that carry our prayers of thanksgiving for our first mother, the Earth”.

    Vanessa Gray

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    Vanessa Gray is a 23 year old Anishinaabe kwe from the Aamjiwnaang First Nation, located in Canada’s Chemical Valley. Vanessa, a former youth Green Teens community organizer, has worked with community members to bring awareness to the health issues due to the toxic surroundings. She is an organizer with ASAP, Aamjiwnaang and Sarnia Against Pipelines and continues to raise awareness about environmental racism.

    Gray is an eco terrorist who has, on several  occasions, engaged in acts of sabotage against a major oil pipeline, where on her last act, was criminally charged with endangering life.  Is this the sort of event that a former head of a police service should be seen and sitting along side with on a panel ?

     

    John Dirkx

    The Transformative Dimensions of Social Justice Work:

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    At the heart of transformative social change and transformative justice rests a deep and abiding commitment to being in relation and acting with others equally committed to a vision of society free of traditional systems of oppression. Our being together, however, can quickly become swamped in the drama that inevitably ensues when we come together to do this work. In our zeal to rid our social contexts of external forces of oppression, we often lose sight of our own inner demons. In this presentation, I will focus on the transformative learning that such work requires. As we focus our energies and lives on the work “out there”, we must also recognize and learn from the inner demons that this work can evoke. Discerning what is “out there” and “in here” represents an important focus of transformative learning in social justice work.

    Sarah Scanlon

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    Sarah Scanlon is a queer feminist organizer based in Guelph, who has spent over a decade involved in gender based violence struggles within Ontario. Sarah’s involvement in the VAW (Violence Against Women) movement led her to working with the Children’s Aid Society as a Child Internet Exploitation Project Coordinator, as the  Co-Coordinator for the I Know Someone Campaign, as the Community Mobilization Project Manager, and for OPIRG Guelph as the Coordinator of Organizational and Policy Development. Sarah deepened her analysis around alternative models to community healing and harm accountability in her role as the Public Education and Outreach Coordinator for the Sexual Assault Center of London. Her passion for working with boys and men, and the role they play in ending gender based violence, was fostered through her work as a group facilitator for Changing Ways Men’s Group and Youth Perpetrator Project. Sarah currently manages, and will be speaking about, the Gender Bullying Project focused on engaging boys with issues of masculinity and sexual violence through trans-formative justice and bystander intervention models.

     

    Scanlon is an eco terrorist who has, on several  occasions, engaged in acts of sabotage against a major oil pipeline, where on her last act, was criminally charged with endangering life.  Is this the sort of event that a former  head of a police service should be seen and sitting along side with on a panel ?

    Dean Barnes

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    Dean Barnes is the Principal of T.A. Blakelock High School in Oakville Ontario.  Dean has been a school admininstrator for 14 years and is a PhD graduate of the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. His thesis was entitled: “Restorative Peacemaking Circles and other Conflict Management Efforts in Three Ontario High Schools” explored implementation approaches of pro-active and post-incident restorative circles. Dean’s leadership focuses on promoting high student achievement through healthy school-wide and classroom initiatives, such as increased physical activity and wellness, mindfulness, co-curricular activities, restorative practices, school-community partnerships, and relationship building interventions. He will speak about the impact of restorative justice circles in the classroom and the positive impact they have on the wellness of students.

    Atiya Jaffar

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    Atiya Jaffar is a first generation immigrant from Pakistan who was driven to climate justice work after first hand experience seeing climate change impacts in the Global South. She is a digital organizer for 350.org and has been responsible for developing the digital strategy for 350’s operations in Canada. She was part of the team that organized the historic March for Jobs, Justice and the Climate this July. Atiya’s also a recent graduate from the University of Guelph where she completed a thesis that focused on the relationship between the Indigenous sovereignty and environmental movements. While at Guelph, she had the opportunity to work on the fossil fuel divestment campaign on campus. This December, Atiya will be raising a voice in support of climate justice as part of the Canadian Youth Delegation at the international climate negotiations in Paris.

    Maria Shallard

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    Maria Shallard is Penelakut First Nation and European ancestry and grew up on Lil’wat territory in Pemberton, British Columbia. Currently, she is the Coordinator, Aboriginal Programs, Office of Intercultural Affairs in the Student Life Department at the University of Guelph and resides on the traditional land of the Attawanderon people. Maria holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Victoria with a double major in Environmental Studies and Canadian history with a minor in Indigenous Studies. Recently, she has finished a Master’s degree in Geography from the University of Guelph where she completed a thesis that focused on ocean governance, human well-being and Indigenous sovereignty. In past experience she has worked in First Nations communities with youth driven by a passion to provide opportunities to navigate between divergent worldviews through experiential and out of class room opportunities. While at Guelph she sits on a Truth and Reconciliation Committee and supports Indigenous advocacy and awareness through various community events. Her main focus is to ensure that there are a range of programs offered for Aboriginal students to learn, grow and experience on their academic journey. Maria believes in “nuts’a’maat shqwaluwun” (working together as one) (with one heart/mind).

    Yusra Khogali Ali

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    Yusra is a Toronto based community organizer and activist, currently one of the  co-founders of the Black Lives Matter Toronto chapter movement. She is a daughter of the sudanese diaspora by ancestry, born in nairobi, but a toronto bred and based black feminist spoken word poet who uses her art as a form of resistance to challenge various forms of Canadian state-sanctioned anti-blackness. She is also working on completing her masters of arts degree as a student  in Social Justice Education at the University of Toronto Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. Yusra believes in the self determination of black peoples lives globally and all her artistic resistance and activism, education  and community organizing is dedicated to die fighting for this.

          Black Lives Matter is a coalition of Black community members, students, artists, organizers, activists, and everything in between. We exist for the self-determination of all black people globally. Through Black-centric organizing, community mobilizing, and art, we are working to revolutionize social services, eliminate mass policing and incarceration, and decolonize our black communities. We work to destroy/dismantle anti-black racism and encourage the creation of new models of social organization through coalition-building, solidarity work, and a black-centric network. BLMTO is here to support healing justice, the liberation of our communities, families, and the freedom to love and self-determine. BLMTO also strongly believes in supporting Indigenous people as central to the struggle for liberation while working to unify an organize our families/communities, affirm black existence, support black healing, and liberate blackness so that we can freely be.

    Black lives matters is a racist group bent on creating a race war and openly advocating MURDER of white people.  Is this the sort of event that a former head of a police service should be seen and sitting along side with on a panel ?

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    Here as seen blow, black lives matter is offering a ” reward  ” of half a million dollars for the murder of a prosecutor .   Is this the sort of event that a former  head of a police service should be seen and sitting along side with on a panel ?

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    Emily Duron

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    Emily Duron, BA, BEd is the Director/Founder of The ACE Approach (Awareness and Consciousness Education). After teaching in Toronto private schools for many years, she realized the importance of developing the Social and Emotional skills of students. Through transformative and reflective practices, The ACE Approach nurtures self-awareness, self-responsibility and peaceful problem solving by teaching students meditation, breathing techniques and emotional literacy. The ACE Approach offers a potent combination of three key educational methods that current research has proven are most supportive of student growth: Social and Emotional Learning, Mindfulness/Awareness and Inquiry-Based Experiential Education. The ACE Approach Classroom and Professional Development programs provide a full spectrum of practical tools to enable students and teachers to connect in healthy, communicative and peaceful ways. The inspiration of The ACE Approach has its roots in the teachings of Yogini Mangala Anshumati, creator of Hridaya Yoga – Yoga of the Heart and AHIMSA -Artistic Harmlessness in Mind Speech and Action. These two organizations are committed to teaching non-violence to people of all ages. Emily has been a student of Hridaya Yoga for 5 years and is devoted to a life of learning and self-discovery.

    Alok Mukherjee

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    Alok Mukherjee is a Distinguished Visiting Professor at Ryerson University, Toronto. He served as Chair of the Toronto Police Services Board from 2005 to 2015. Police Boards, having served as its President. With his focus on promoting effective and affordable community-based policing under civilian oversight provincially and nationally, Dr. Mukherjee was actively involved in Ontario government’s Future of Policing Advisory Committee as well as in other police governance forums across Canada.

    He is frequently called upon to speak and write on policing issues for a variety of audiences. He brings a unique perspective to law enforcement issues from his experiences in a highly multicultural and multiracial environment.

    Dr. Mukherjee has worked as an educator and a consultant. He has written extensively in a variety of areas including diversity and inclusivity, employment equity for racially visible and aboriginal people, and anti-racist education.

    Dr. Mukherjee has held several public appointments, including membership on the Toronto District School Board Safe and Compassionate School Taskforce and the Ontario Civilian Commission on Police Services, and has served as Vice Chair and Acting Chief Commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission.

    Dr. Mukherjee has received several awards for his volunteer activities and for his outstanding work at a professional and social level. He is a recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal from the Government of Ontario.

    Margot Van Sluytman

    Margot Van Sluytman is an award-winning expressive writing teacher, mentor, restorative justice advocate, and public speaker. She is invited to teach and give talks  and workshops about how expressive writing is a rich process of healing and transformation, by reclaiming, respecting, and living our precious voice. Her books include: Sawbonna: I See You, A Real Life Restorative Justice StoryThe Other Inmate: Mediating Justice-Mediating Hope, Poetry and Writing Workbook for Restorative Practices (English and French); Layers of Possibility: Healing Poetry from The Members of The National Association for Poetry Therapy, Foreword by Dr. Robert Carroll, NAPT; Dance With Your Healing: Tears Let Me Begin to Speak With My Pen; and, Wild Self Real Self: Write Your Voice of Healing and Strength. She has been interviewed by media around the world. Margot is the Founder of The Sawbonna Project for Living Justice and a Member of The National Association for Poetry Therapy.

    Sunny Dhillon

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    Sunny Dhillon is a Researcher and Program Evaluator with the Centre of Research, Policy & Program Development. He joined the Centre in 2014. He is involved in the evaluation of a variety of local office programs, and provides support to current research projects. He has completed an MSc with Distinction in Criminology and Criminal Justice Research Methods at the University of Oxford, as well as an MA in Criminology and Sociolegal Studies at the University of Toronto. He has also worked as a Senior Statistics Officer for the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional Services. During his graduate studies he focused on the operation of the criminal justice system, access to justice, and emerging methodologies in criminological research.

    Sunny’s talk will be based on the recent report by the Centre titled: Unlocking Change: Decriminalizing Mental Health Issues in Ontario. This report chronicles how the criminal justice system has become a catchall for people whose mental health issues have gone untreated or undetected in the community. The Report calls on the province to stop relying on the justice system as a key responder to individuals who have mental health issues, and provides recommendations aimed at shifting Ontario toward prevention. Unlocking Change articulates a pressing need for a paradigm shift in Ontario toward – and investment in – proactive, preventative and inclusive approaches to mental health. A prevention-based approach would aim to help Ontarians with mental health issues beforethey become at risk – of homelessness, crisis, unemployment or conflict with the law. The talk will emphasize possible policy solutions as well as open a discussion among the panelists and attendees on promising solutions for the future.

    Steve Wineman

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    Steve Wineman’s social change activism dates back to the 1960s. He has participated in efforts to achieve peace and disarmament, racial and gender equality, workplace democracy, and ecological sustainability. He retired at the end of 2013 after more than 30 years working in community mental health. Steve is the author of The Politics of Human Services and Power-Under: Trauma and Nonviolent Social Change.

    Steve Wineman’s talk will focus on the complex, interacting dynamics of power and trauma. He will describe the continuum of objective power relations, ranging from dominance to shared power to subordination, as well as the continuum of subjective power experience ranging from full empowerment to the internalization of powerlessness that often accompanies trauma. To understand the full complexity of power, we need to recognize how the same person can be dominant on one dimension (such as class) and subordinate on another (such as gender). We also need to recognize that subjective power (or lack of power) often does not match people’s objective power positions, and that internalized powerlessness can lethally combine with objective dominance. Understanding the complexity of power dynamics, including the role of trauma, is critical to the development of effective strategies for transformative social change.

    Cameron Reid

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    Cameron Reid is a community activist and recent graduate of Humber’s SSW program. He has served as the co-chair of the Toronto Harm Reduction Worker’s Union Organizing Committee (IWW 610), and is a member of the Toronto Harm Reduction Alliance, a local advocacy and activist organization.

    His experiences living with clinical depression since his early teens and his later journey through self medication with drug use form the basis for his commitment to advocating for peer-driven solutions, community empowerment, and reformation of drug policy.

    Leah Henderson

     

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    Leah is a queer-crip-femme-witch who spends a lot of time working, writing and thinking about community accountability and transformative justice. She supports and develops community accountability processes in her communities. She is a white, settler, who is a community organizer based on the stolen and colonized land of toronto, ontario, that has spent over a decade involved in struggles for justice within apartheid canada. Leah’s involvement in the environmental movement lead her to supporting Indigenous communities in the struggle for Sovereignty and Self-Determination. Leah has also been part of building communities that fight for justice for queer and trans people, women, low- income, disabled and racialized people. She has worked with groups across Turtle Island on fighting sexism, homophobia and transphobia and in solidarity with the movement for migrant justice.

     

    And so we arrive at Ms. Henderson. She is employed at city hall, working for police services board member Shelly Carrol , yes, the same Ms Henderson who was one of the  main organizers of the G20 riots , an act that several top law enforcement officials referred to as domestic terrorism. Her words to the court when she was sentenced were :

     

    “… I stand here guilty of breaking your laws, not the laws of justice … ”  

     

      “… Ok so a bit about me. Today is not just my halfway point, but it is also the day that I became eligible for parole. I’ve waived my right to apply for parole. I’ve done this for a few reasons, one is that I feel no remorse for my organizing against the G8 & G20, and given another opportunity, I will continue to organize against them (and colonialism and capitalism more generally). The parole board looks for remorse, and for how you will not re-offend. I can only hope more of us reoffend this work more often… ”

     

    Her full statement to the court prior to sentencing :

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    ” … STATEMENT READ IN COURT AT SENTENCING HEARING

    All you need to know about me is that I am a person of conscience, I came to this situation from a place of morality within myself, and I am a member of a community that shares that morality and a powerful vision for a future that is truly free.

    I stand here guilty of breaking your laws, not the laws of justice.

    The court has been told, “this prosecution is not political”, and that this has been done to protect society from danger.

    The truth is this entire prosecution is born from the politics of fear.
    Fear of our ideas, fear of what we represent:

    Freedom.

    A Freedom that your jails will not confine.

    I am not here for approval.

    I am here because this is what stands for justice on this colonized land.

    Though I stand here being judged by you, I am accountable to more, that is beyond these walls.

    I am accountable to the indigenous communities whose lands we are on. To the earth who we’re daily assaulting with saws, and chemicals. To the elders in my life and to the generations yet to come.

    The laws that govern our societies are not laws of community, or laws of consensus, they are laws of oppression. Laws that underpay and overwork mothers. That deport the poor and those of colour. Laws that rob Indigenous Nations of their traditions, their land, their childhoods. Laws that blame the unemployed and rewards those that get rich on their backs.

    I have been deeply and profoundly affected by this process, but have not been changed by it. I have been moved by the incredible support that I have received, far beyond what I could have imagined. It has been made more clear to me through this process that this vision for the future is part of a groundswell.

    I want to say thank you to everyone that has supported me, thank you to my friends, my family and my lawyer.

    I submit to your jails because today you hold many of the weapons, and many people under your spell. A day is coming when that will not be so.

    A day is coming where the distorted mirror that hides the lies of capitalism and colonialism will shatter. … ”

     

    Her statement to her fellow  criminals :

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    ” …STATEMENT TO THE COMMUNITY

    As most of you probably know by now, I have decided to plead guilty to the charge of counseling to commit mischief. Originally, I along with 20 others was charged with four counts of conspiracy in what was called the G20 main conspiracy group.

    I am writing because the past year and a half of facing these charges and living under bail conditions has meant that I have not been able to talk as openly as I would have liked. My voice has been muzzled by the state, which has served as a powerful reminder of the many voices that are muzzled by the daily colonialism, patriarchy, racism and violence of the
    world. While the silencing of my voice has an end date, the work to hear the chorus of our grandmothers and the Indigenous Peoples whose land we stand on is ongoing.

    I never considered that the people in power would see me, my community and our values as anything other than a threat — because we are a threat. We are working to tear this system down and to make space for life-centered systems that make the 1% irrelevant. Those who benefit from the status quo have always tried to crush that.

    I want to tell you that I was arrested because I am seen as a threat. I want to tell you that you might be too. I want to tell you that this is something we need to prepare for. I want to tell you that the risk of incarceration alone should not determine our organizing.

    My skills and experience — as a facilitator, as a trainer, as a legal professional and as someone linking different communities and movements –were all targeted in this case, with the state trying to depict me as a “brainwasher” and as a mastermind of mayhem, violence and destruction. During the week of the G8 & G20 summits, the police targeted legal observers, street medics and independent media. It is clear that the skills that make us strong, the alternatives that reduce our reliance on their systems and prefigure a new world, are the very things that they are most afraid of.

    I organize openly as an anti-colonial, anti-capitalist anarchist. My organizing is focused on movement building, and this commitment to build skill sets and support other activists is another part of why the state has targeted me. However, this attempt to deter me has failed, just as it has failed to deter thousands of others similarly facing police brutality and jail. I am strengthened in my resolve to build communities of resistance. We are building the structures of a new kind of society in the midst of the old, and we cannot do that without a commitment to skill-sharing, mutual aid and collective liberation.

    Since the G8 & G20 protests, Toronto (and beyond) has witnessed a wave of repression that has seen the justice system trap people and their communities in its jaws, using all of their time and energy to survive the resource-intensive and soul-sucking legal process. The state hoped that there would be no energy left to fight against them as they cut funding to essential services, ignored self-determination, and further criminalized poor people, migrants and people of colour.

    They were wrong.

    The awe-inspiring and humbling surprise in all of this is that we have refused to be crushed and, in fact, we have grown in strategy, strength and numbers: in Toronto, I’ve seen the anti-austerity movements grow with campaigns like “Stop the Cuts”; in Grassy Narrows, one day of powerful mobilization forced the government to listen to the community’s demands; globally, there has been a continued, intensified uprising that is showing collective dissatisfaction with the capitalist system and austerity agenda that the G8 & G20 per-petuate.

    I took this plea willingly. I consented today to confine myself to a cage, away from the people, work and struggles that I am connected to. I did this for a reason.

    As a group of accused, we come to organizing with different access to power. When the 17 of us found ourselves around a table facing a trial, continued disruption of our lives and livelihoods, possible convictions, jail sentences and deportations, it became essential that some of us plead guilty to ensure that the rest walk free.

    It was a decision that could not be and was not taken lightly. I was inspired, along with the rest of the 17, by a proud history of political trials, where people have chosen to plead guilty to end the legal process? if it resulted in the best possible deal for all involved.

    This plea is not a defeat. I am energized. I am hopeful knowing that we have each other’s back and will take care of each other, even if it means that some of us go to jail. I am proud. I hope you are too.

    I am incredibly grateful for the people in my life who have been supporting me and who will continue to do so.

    To the women who have carried me through this — you are my faeries with magick wands and combat boots; you’ve granted me wishes and kicked the crap out of anything I couldn’t handle. Your care and support is revolutionary. May it become less invisible to the world.

    To my family — every day I am grateful for your unconditional love and support; that I chose you when I came into this world is perhaps the greatest gift I have given to myself.

    To my community — you have grown and expanded with me since my arrest; this growth is a testament to our strength.

    To my sureties — you took me out into the world when no one else could; you housed me, sat on absurdly uncomfortable court benches while pregnant and while waiting to see if your own child would be released from custody.

    To the assistants, receptionists, lawyers, and legal workers that represented us — thank you for your dedication and commitment.

    To my friends that stayed in to keep me company, moved me, brought me comfort and, most importantly, helped me to laugh and cry and rage-craft through this — I hope that I can give half as much to you as I have received.

    To my co-evils (otherwise known as co-accused):

    “While I can’t have you, I long for you… I spin worlds where we could be together. I dream you.” – Jeannette Winterson

    I’ve missed you, friends. After all this time, my heart still beats as one with yours. But things have changed, we have grown, my heartbeat sounds different — I’m sure yours does too. Since we became wrapped up in this together, I have carried you with me everywhere I go. I’m excited to begin new relationships with you that don’t have the state stuck in between us.

    Thank you for all that you have been through this process: fierce, vulnerable, honest, inspiring, loving, strong, and deeply committed to working collectively, challenging oppression and building communities of resistance.

    There is a complex combination of rage and inspiration that this experience has given me that cannot be summed up in one statement, let alone a lifetime of statements, but moving forward, I am energized and filled with hope that we will continue to struggle together in creative, supportive and inspiring ways.

    I would say see you in the streets, but if you know me, you know that I’m more excited to see you in a meeting.

    With love, rage and solidarity,
    Leah

    Please write to me! If you don’t know what to write, send my a copy of your favourite poem(s), recipes, you really like or short stories.

    Leah Henderson
    c/o Vanier Centre for Women
    655 Martin Street, Box 1040
    Milton ON L9T 5E6 … ”

     

     

    Mr. Alok Mukherjee Is this the sort of event that a former head of a police service should be seen and sitting along side with on a panel ?What kind of message are you, as head of a police service board sending to the very officers you and your board seemingly create policy for ?

     

    I might understand attending such an event as a panelist and possibly having one questionable person as part of that panel. That might be a simple oversight . However, attending a panel along side three of the top terrorists in their field sir is, in my opinion, incompetence . One would think, and perhaps event expect that as former head of the largest law enforcement organization in the country, you would want to at least check out the back grounds of those with whom you are about to share a stage with .

     

    Mr. Alok Mukherjee , your attendance and participation at this seminar along side  these three people is , in my view, exactly the same as is the Director of the CIA or NSA where to attend a party hosted by ISIS or some other terrorist group. I doubt sir that if John Gotti the famous mobster , where to host a party or a seminar, the chief of police would sit at the table along side him as part of his panel , or attend a party  know who was going to be there. So sir, I have to ask the rhetorical question of whether , during your tenure as Police Service Board Chairman , where you in fact there to undermine the efforts of officers attempts to enforce the law effectively , or , where you there to forward  your own personal agenda ( if there was one ) ?  I ask sir because under your tenure , you allowed the black live matter group to disrupt one of the board meetings  , seemingly , freely. Under your tenure, officers were seemingly held back from stopping a major riot during the G20 that destroyed this city. I am NOT saying you were responsible for either, i just find it very odd that these events , these people you engaged with at this seminar  are so closely tied together . It makes me question you leadership and soundness of judgement. Mr. Alok Mukherjee, I am not questioning your commitment to your duties, I AM questioning the soundness of your judgement with respects to whom you share a panel discussion table with … especially with even the most minimal research , you would have known who these people really are / where , and especially given your former position as head of a top law enforcement agency.

     


  • Make no mistake, we ARE at war … how to radicalize future combatants ….. part 8

    *** UPDATE FOR JANUARY 17 , 2016 ***

    Here is a very significant update on this story , Thank you to https://twitter.com/grenouf  discovering this new article

    ” … CALGARY – In a field on the outskirts of Sarnia, Ont., there’s a big blue wheel surrounded by a chain-link fence.

    Attached to the fence and nailed to a nearby wooden post is a warning: high pressure petroleum pipeline.

    Early one December morning, a trio of anti-pipeline activists managed to get to the other side of the fence. Photos show them smiling broadly as they turned the wheel, to which they then locked themselves.

    While the incident caused no injuries or significant service disruptions, the owner of the pipeline — the newly reversed and expanded Line 9 between southwestern Ontario and Montreal — said that incident and others have raised “serious concerns.”

    “Enbridge sites are locked, secured and monitored for the safety of people and the environment. As with any vital infrastructure or service, they can be made dangerous if tampered with or sabotaged,” said Graham White, a spokesman for Calgary-based firm Enbridge Inc. (TSX:ENB).

    “We are assessing and employing various additional, permanent measures to enhance our security and safety at these sites to help prevent these types of tampering activities in the future. As part of ensuring the effectiveness of these measures, we will not provide details or discuss them publicly.”

    Lindsay Gray, speaking on behalf of the “land defenders” in an interview on the day of the Sarnia protest, said there wasn’t much stopping them.

    “Anyone could have done this,” she said. “Anyone.”

    Line 9 was offline for about 90 minutes while the protesters were removed from the site and Enbridge inspected the line for damage. Though the protesters took credit for the shutdown, Enbridge says the line was shut off remotely from its control room.

    There was a similar disruption two weeks earlier on another segment on Line 9 in Quebec. And then in early January, Enbridge’s Line 7 near Cambridge, Ont., was shut down due to sabotage.

    Kelly Sundberg, an associate professor at Mount Royal University who specializes in environmental crime, shakes his head at those tactics.

    “It’s just so dangerous,” he said. “They risk causing damage to the line. There are so many possible negative outcomes that could come both from a security perspective, but also from an environmental damage perspective.”

    On that score, Gray retorted: “Every second that it’s flowing, we’re in danger.”

    Martin Rudner, professor emeritus at Carleton University who is an expert in security and critical infrastructure, said the industry has a variety of measures in place to secure their sites and respond when they are breached — and generally they seem to be working.

    “It’s hard to make an overall judgment, but I think the best way to judge it is the fact that no major interruption has taken place,” he said.

    But, he said: “Needless to say, they can’t be everywhere all the time.”

    Many companies hire security guards to patrol sites, but Rudner said the use of drones could be a much more effective approach — though there are regulatory hurdles to that.

    Warren Mabee, director of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy at Queen’s University, said he sees the rash of pipeline tampering as a “blip,” with the anti-pipeline movement emboldened by recent wins like the U.S. rejection of the Keystone XL project.

    “It’s not a good tactic. I think that it backfires because I think that the broad public, although they may not like the pipeline, they see that as beyond the pale.”

     

    Read the underlined part again:

    ” … “It’s just so dangerous,” he said. “They risk causing damage to the line. There are so many possible negative outcomes that could come both from a security perspective, but also from an environmental damage perspective.” … ”

     

    So, we now see from the owner of the line that these “protesters ” are in fact risking serious damage to life and environment  …. that certainly falls under the definition or terrorism .

     

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    Meow everyone.  So far I have talked about some  of the different ways, different groups radicalize students to become part of THEIR ” cause ”  , regardless of the implications the actions of these groups can have on one future. These implications, however, not only have an effect on the future of the radicalized person, but as well, can have serious implications on the lives of others around them. I have ofte referred to these organizations and their leaders as domestic terrorists. This is something I am NOT going to shy away from because the actions they carry out are exactly that , acts of terrorism.

     

    Take a very recent example out of Cleveland Ohio and the Black Live Matter movement. We  already know that the black live matter movement want a race war , and will do what ever it takes to get one. They have said as much . However, what took place in Cleveland takes this to a whole new level. Once again, they outright proclaim to wanting a race war , but this time, they stepped it up big time. They have actually been putting up posters offer a $ 500,000.00 ” reward ” for a the verified kill of a state prosecutor . Why? because this prosecutor did not  indict a police officer who was involved a fatal shooting .

     

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    ” … A flyer has apparently been circulated around prosecutor Timothy McGinty’s West Park neighborhood offering a 500,000 dollar reward for confirmation of his death. The poster is being classified as a credible threat and has prompted an FBI response. They are going to assist the Cleveland police in finding the person responsible for circulating the flyer.

    Timothy McGinty is the prosecutor who some claim steered a Grand Jury away from indicting Timothy Loehmann for the 2014 shooting of Tamir Rice. He is not a very well liked man around Cleveland at the moment. It’s apparent that his loyalty lies with the Cleveland police and their union, as opposed to looking out for the people of Cleveland, which is his job.

    The flyer mentioned Tamir Rice. It surfaced less than two weeks after McGinty announced that a grand jury would not charge the officers involved in Rice’s death . The flyer also mentioned race and class war and instructions for collecting the money anonymously.

    You can not see the entire poster in the picture but it does mention #classwar and #racewar. I do not know what they mean by that and I don’t think race should be the focus of injustice here. It pisses me off to see people fighting over petty shit and making this about race. The police in Cleveland are killing people. I really do not think they care what race you are when they kill you. Just as gang violence bullets don’t discriminate, neither do police bullets! No one has claimed responsibility for the flyer thus far and I doubt they will. … “

     

     

    Now, lets change locations  slightly  to Philadelphia , where a police officer was shot 13 times by a lone radical terrorists .

     

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    ” … A man who confessed to shooting a Philadelphia police officer multiple times “in the name of Islam” used a stolen police gun and pledged allegiance to ISIS, authorities said Friday.

    “This is absolutely one of the scariest things I’ve ever seen,” Philadelphia police Commissioner Richard Ross said of surveillance footage that captured Thursday night’s bloody encounter in West Philadelphia. “This could have easily been a police funeral.”

    The suspect fired at least 13 times, emptying the 9mm handgun he was shooting, Ross said.

    The suspect also gave a confession every bit as shocking.

    “He stated that he pledges his allegiance to Islamic State, he follows Allah and that is the reason he was called upon to do this,” said Philadelphia Police Captain James Clark. … “

     

    Above, I have added two images. One showing the shooter, and one showing the officer who was shot. One cannot help but see the connection  here between the officer being a white male, while the shooter is a black male. Yes, the story line if about this being a islamic act of terrorism, which it is , however, this also clearly shows a race war being enacted.

     

    We here in Canada have our crop of highly dangerous nut cases. What sets us apart , however, is how  OUR terrorists ,  (  and yes, that is exactly what they are  )  , get treated here . It seems that the most currant flavor of the month actions are shutting  down our oil supply via the Trans Canada Pipeline . It appears that certain eco-terrorists don’t want our oil flowing , oil that is from Canada. However, these same nut jobs are perfectly OK  wit oil flowing through pipelines that come from the middle east, you know, the same part of the world that is home to most of the worlds most dangerous terrorists . Go figure.

     

    Back on December 31, 2015 , these eco – terrorist closed off a valve on the line 9 pipeline route.

     

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    ” … The Canadian Press

    Published Monday, January 4, 2016 8:09PM EST

    TORONTO – Enbridge Inc. says flow on a pipeline through southwestern Ontario was shut down for several hours by protester activity near Cambridge, Ont.

    Spokesman Graham White says the protesters partially restricted flow on Enbridge (TSX:ENB) Line 7 on Sunday night by tampering with a manual valve.

    White says the pipe was shut down for approximately three hours on Monday morning as a safety precaution and so that maintenance workers could inspect the valve station.

    He says Enbridge has safely restarted the line — which carries various products from Sarnia to Westover — and there was no impact on client deliveries.

    A Monday post by “nopipelines” on the Reddit Anarchist News site claimed responsibility for the sabotage, saying it was to protest the flow of oilsands products through pipelines in Ontario.

    Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline was offline for about 90 minutes on Dec. 19 after three activists concerned about the line’s environmental impacts locked themselves to a valve site on the outskirts of Sarnia. … “

     

    Lets meet the three eco – terrorists who put people lives at risk with this one act :

     

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    Here is actual video of them placing lives in danger, and , listen to Sarah Scanlon actually try and justify this :

     

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    Here is what they were charged with , and note that even Vanessa gay admits that she  endangered life :

     

    ” … -we are being charged with trespassing = fine, mischief over $5,000 = max. of up to 10 years, and mischief of endangering life = max. life in prison.
    -we were released on our own recognizance with minimal conditions. our next court date is january 26th in sarnia. this process will probably take up to a year before we are sentenced.
    – you can donate money to our legal fund by sending email transfers to [email protected] the password is – solidarity. thank you. it feels not particularly great to ask for money for support with everything else going on. so we really appreciate it. … “

     

    Look at the last paragraph of her post. She actually, with a straigh face want YOU, the general public to pay for HER legal bills , for HER crimes.

     

    Her confession to her crime :

     

    ” … I have been taking time for myself lately and reflecting on all the solid folks who support me. I am so grateful for all the people who worked quickly to help me when I was arrested for turning off the valve of Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline. Thank you all for your work and energy .

    *A manual valve is there for an emergency. Enbridge would also manually turn the valve and shut line 9 off.* Enbridge does not have consent to allow more Tar Sands in my territory and I see this as an emergency to stop the flow because this project is not worth the risk.

    My ancestors had to fight to survive colonial violence on this land so I can be here today. I honor the gift of existence by using my voice and body to challenge the system that continues to destroy the land and culture my life depends on.

    During this exciting time I see growth and change in our movements and I look forward to restoring the land and decolonizing our futures together in the new year. Love and respect to you all!  … “

     

    Terrorism often spawns other similar acts . short there after, , several  others did the same thing to another pipeline  as seen here :

     

    ” … what better way to start a new year than by shutting down some fucking oil pipelines?

    sometime in the night of january 3rd, 2016 individuals stole into the dark near so-called cambridge and used a manual pipeline valve to restrict the flow of enbridge’s line 7. we then applied our own locking devices to delay response time.

    line 7 is another recently-expanded tarsands pipeline operated by enbridge, running paralellel to line 9 & flowing 180,000 bpd of tarsands crude.

    this action was undertaken to show our ever lasting love and support to the brave folks who’ve taken similar actions in the traditional territories of the Huron-Wendat, Mohawk, and Anishinaabek people.

    further, we take action to counter the new narrative of the state; to swing back at the grossly inflated charges those in sarnia received, and show that we will not be cowed.

    we fight for the land and water; and we fight for our lives.

    we will always fight back, whether it’s with the sun warming our faces, or the moonlight to guide us.

    join us.

    no tarsands, no pipelines.  … “

    Now, you will never guess who was quick to offer her support for these actions. Go on, guess :

     

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     Now, have a look at who else was fully supportive of this act. Yes, None other than our now well known eco – terrorist , Vanessa Gray .

     

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    Sorry Vanessa, but if you take joy in waking up to acts of terrorism where people can be killed and / or displaced, you are pathetic little shit who , I hope will locked up in a prison cell where you and everyone like you belong. Gray, being  the clearly brainless twit , tells us that somehow, she has a right to do this . Yes, the stupid is strong in her :

     

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    Sorry Vanessa, NO, you DONT have the right to endanger lives,  and, rather than spending your time globe trotting from one protest to another, you may want to spend some time in an actual school , because guess what , the pipeline, or another industry does  not threaten your culture . Sheeeesh, are these people  ( the professional protesters )  really THAT stupid ? Wait, yes they are . . . obviously. Hey, Vanessa Stone , Sarah, Sakura and the rest of you underachieving morons, why are you not protesting oil that is shipped via pipelines that is from the middle east ?  Ya, just as I thought, you cant come up with an answer… 

     

    Sarah Scanlon was part of this group who never nearly caused a major disaster. However, this was not the first time she was involved in such criminal activities. Recently, over the past summer, this eco- terrorist was also in Port Hope Ontario with some other very well known, and equally dangerous  idiots, doing the same thing. Clearly, this is something they are bent on doing , regardless of the costs. I am sure many of you recognize some familiar criminals here .

     

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    Prior to these two acts of sabotage , there was one other one on or about December 07 of 2015 as seen in this video, where, once again, eco – terrorists , put the public in significant danger, as well,disrupted the economy of Canada , because in their drug induced minds, they somehow thought is was simply fine to trespass onto private property and willfully damage something that was not theirs:

     

     

     

    So, with all this clear evidence , why is nothing being done to stop them before they do kill someone. I am not normally critical of law enforcement , however, this time, I have to be . We see clear evidence of them engaging in these crimes…. REPEATEDLY , yet, at best, they are getting the proverbial  slap on the wrist and treated with kid gloves, as opposed to the  terrorists they actually are. Make no mistake, they ARE terrorists .

     

    As sourced from here , The Canadian Security Intelligence Service Act defines such sabotage as the first item in a list of “threats to the security of Canada”:

    “ … espionage or sabotage that is against Canada or is detrimental to the interests of Canada or activities directed toward or in support of such espionage or sabotage … ”

     

    ” … The act of interfering with a pipeline is the very definition of sabotage- and considering the risk to life & the environment, it’s not unreasonable to call it eco-terrorism. Merriam-Webster defines sabotage as “destruction of property (as tools or materials) or the hindering of manufacturing,” Cambridge defines it as “to intentionally prevent the success of a plan or action … ”.

     

    While the police have been more than kind and respectful to these eco – terrorists , I think they ( the police ) need to be willing to lay those terrorism charges . As well,  I think the courts need to finally recognize the real and extreme danger these people pose to the very lives of Canadians, but as well, the great danger these same people pose to the economy of Canada through their brand of terrorism. These people will stop at nothing until they get THEIR way , and indeed, they WILL escalate their actions to the point where they WILL endanger lives , possibly take lives with their twisted idea of what they call protest. These people will kill someone. its not a question of ” if ” but rather ” WHEN ” .  So, if public safety and economic security are real priorities, and not just lip service, then ….. GET THESE PEOPLE BEHIND BARS FOR GOOD ALREADY …