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In the words of Tikkunei Zohar: Elijah opened his discourse and said: ‘Master of the worlds, You are One but not in the numerical sense. You are exalted above all the exalted ones, hidden from all the hidden ones; no thought can grasp You at all. You are He who has brought forth ten “garments,” and we call them ten Sefirot, and revealed worlds; and through them You conceal yourself from man.
Tight security to keep protesters far from G7 summit
(Reuters) - Quebec's forested Charlevoix region has begun to look more like a fortress than a resort as organizers of this week's G7 summit gear up to shield seven world leaders from outside disturbances.
Any tension at the summit site is most likely to come from leaders worried about a burgeoning trade war with the United States, and not from outside protests. That dynamic has prompted some to refer to the meeting as the "G6 plus Trump" summit.
No protest groups have announced plans to congregate in La Malbaie. They instead are organizing a series of events focused on global trade, migration, the environment, aboriginal rights and other issues in the provincial capital of Quebec City, a two-hour drive from Manoir Richelieu.
“We are ready for the worst-case scenario,” Royal Canadian Mounted Police Inspector Christian Roy said at a recent news conference.
There may be more tension in Quebec City, where a group calling itself the Anti-G7 Resistance Network has urged supporters to hold a "day of disruption."
The group has told protestor to avoid La Malbaie, describing it as "a trap." It has announced a rally on Friday, but provided no details.
A coalition is organizing "a mass demonstration against the G7, capitalism, patriarchy, colonialism, racism and borders" on Thursday, according to a Facebook invite.
Quebec City Police Chief Robert Pigeon has said he sees a “moderate” risk the protests will turn violent, but has promised to respect the rights of protesters.
Canada's French-speaking province of Quebec has seen its share of protests.
Quebec City became a flashpoint in the spring of 2001, when tens of thousands of people rallied to protest the Third Summit of the Americas, prompting police to use massive quantities of tear gas to control crowds.
originally posted by: liveandlearn
originally posted by: DJW001
originally posted by: thepixelpusher
a reply to: DJW001
The Red Scare didn't work then and it doesn't work now. because corrupt politicioans are creating Fake news to sell things for their own selfish power. The Dems are too stupid to realize people see through their fake stories and more will come to embrace Trump from their own party, just like in 2016 when your loser Hillary ran. Now the Dems are running loser stories. Fairytale stories.
Dozens, possibly hundreds, of innocent people had their careers destroyed. You do not understand. Why?
Because it was a witch hunt. Just like it is now. No one says Russia doesn't try to manipulate things for their self, all countries do, especially the US. I am old enough to remember.
Julius Caesar's crossing the Rubicon river was an event in 49 BC that precipitated the Roman Civil War, which ultimately led to Caesar's becoming dictator for life and the rise of the imperial era of Rome. According to some authors, he is said to have uttered the phrase "alea iacta est"—the die is cast—as his army marched through the shallow river. The phrase "crossing the Rubicon" has survived to refer to any individual or group committing itself irrevocably to a risky or revolutionary course of action, similar to the modern phrase "passing the point of no return".