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Citizens working or living within the "red" security zone that so far stretches for several city blocks will be subject to intrusive background checks, whilst a broader "traffic control" zone that encompasses most of the downtown core will be heavily policed. As has become standard procedure for such rendezvous of the elite, government and police authorities are planning to remove homeless people from the area. Even 600 residential summer school students from the University of Toronto, situated over a mile from the conference site, will be forced to relocate for "security reasons."
Originally posted by Your_Number_One_Fan
Dude same feeling..... something doesn't sit right..... like some example will be made.
"O they attacked the peaceful Canadians!! And not even a Billion dollars was enough to protect us!! Give us more power!!"
They are not spending this money to prevent terrorism.... They are spending it to protect themselves from there own people!
We are wise to the lies.
# you harper you sackless drone. You lead no country.
Originally posted by MKultraVideos
I completely agree, there is no reason for conducting these summits in major cities, when "they" know it always causes riots. After last years, and the videos of police infiltrating protesters and purposely trying to turn peaceful protests into violent ones. I can't believe they continue to waste this much time and money on a meeting. They could meet in some rural back country location, and not cause hardly any major riots.
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