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Just being NEAR the G20 Summit Zone can get you ARRESTED!

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posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:03 PM

Originally posted by bestideayet
reply to post by Your_Number_One_Fan

I am all for a peaceful revolution. If we had leaders that would actually listen to us, I'd be ALL FOR IT. The problem is, the vast majority of people who read this will forget about it within 5-10 minutes, go buy their cafe latte, and pick up the kids in their gas guzzler.

Until we reach a point where news like this affect ALL OF US (and it will, I guarantee it), we will have to deal with TPTB calling all the shots. I remember Barack Obama, before he got elected. And I see him now. THESE ARE TWO DIFFERENT PEOPLE ALTOGETHER.

Now I know the job is stressful, and I know he has a lot on his plate, but come on. Blatant lies to get elected only to pretty much TAKE BACK everything he said to the AMERICAN PEOPLE who voted him in?

It's just business as usual in Washington and around the world.....

No unfortunately Obama is doing everything he campaigned for. All the evil crap he spewed out during his campaign he is putting in motion. It's just most people didn't pay attention when and what he was saying during his campaign. He is most certainly living up to his commitments. Just sit and watch this is what some of us have been belly aching about but some people just didn't believe us. His plans are not good for the average American but that won't stop him and this administration from screwing us "little folk".

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:07 PM
I just sent my complaint to Dalton McGuinty. This is unacceptable and frankly, it is un-Canadian. I don't care about the G20 but what irks me is this bill and the $1 billion in which we have to spend in order to pay for the F***ing security.

YET, we have Dalton McGuinty saying Ontario is in the deficit and bringing in the HST.

Why couldn't they hold their meeting in Nunavut or Anarctica? We wouldn't need to spend that much to protect a bunch of snakes.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:08 PM
It'd be a shame if the building were "pulled" whilst in the middle of their summit.

A damned shame. It'd be weeks before I could wipe the grin from my face.

I'm sure the world would weep with sorrow. Er, maybe laugh with giddy excitement that some real change might actually transpire.

[edit on 25-6-2010 by tyranny22]

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:09 PM
Well, lets be fair. The guy who got arrested DID have a chainsaw. And a crossbow. And fuel.

But then again, it would be kinda awesome to see a world leader get cut into pieces with a chainsaw...
FTPolice! (just kidding oh dear god i'm just joking)

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:13 PM
This is disgusting every year i hear this garbage of these elite being "protected" form the masses in even more vile measures. Maybe next year they'll start using fire hoses. Because that's what this looks like to me, that the elite treat the rest of the world like the whites treated other races in the past.

Those of you old enough to remember the way it was rather than reading it in a book should remember the feeling you got from seeing it in person or seeing it live. That's exactly how the elite treat us. It may not be as obvious yet but soon it will be. They see us as little more then waste to be tossed away.

And just as racism has been conquered, for the most part, we also need to conquer elitism. It's just as bad and 100 times more funded then racism was. The problem with elitism is the ones perpetrating it usually have more then the rest of us do so we need to be united to be able to stop it. Refuse to perform services for those you know to be elitists and mark them as such to the public.
In the end i believe we can conquer this "ism" as well.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:38 PM
reply to post by bestideayet

This does not surprise me in the least. What needs to happen is that many, many, many people need to march right on through this 5 metre barrier. They may be able to stop a few hundred or even a few thousand, but if 100,000 people showed up defiantly and just walked right through there is absolutely nothing the security could do other than of course open fire on the masses. Strength in numbers people. Remember what the people in Venezuela did to free Chavez. We need to get of our content asses off the sofa and end this tyrany once and for all. This is the time to make a stand. I am sure there is someone out there who is popular enough to lead the people. I am so sick of the way the world is right now I sometimes think the best thing that could happen would be an apocalyptic event of some sort.

Actually if we just had ell the ATS members show up at their little meeting I think that would be sufficient numbers.

[edit on 25-6-2010 by nepafogo]

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:39 PM
Now, now, calm down everbody. This is Canada. This is the way Socialist countries work.

Don't be alarmed. This could NEVER happen in America.


posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:40 PM

Originally posted by Sri Oracle

Those were the magic words of the time: "Papiere, Bitte." (Translation: "Papers, Please.")
No one ever forgets stench. Whether it is a long-forgotten encounter with a ripe skunk, or a ripe egg, or a ripe decomposing body, once one of those odors has been brain-documented, then even the slightest tinge of such an aroma pops back up immediately, along with the circumstances under which it first offended the nostrils.

And, that's what's happening now. I smell the long-forgotten skunk, the long-forgotten rot of fascism.

That's the same thing I quoted over in the thread about Arizona's new law requiring anyone "suspected" of "being an illegal" to present papers ON DEMAND without having committed a crime.

There is no reason ANYONE should have to document themselves in a public place for any reason unless they are committing a crime.

papiere, papiere, bitte,


Sri Oracle

[edit on 25-6-2010 by Sri Oracle]

This one reason why removing History from the general school curriculum is disaterous.

The ones old enough to know the sad results of our governments actions are too few and ignored.

The young are so distracted with their electronic media devices from I-devices, TV, video games, etc., that they are not aware and just don't realize the possible consequences.

Soon it will not be just areas close to elite and governing officials. Soon we will have to show papers to go in and out of all public buildings and possibly subject to strip and body cavity searches to travel out of state. Think they are going to stop with x-ray scans at airports? Wait until you have to cross a state line.

This may be one of the reasons that they are building a wall between the police and the people they used to serve. The police and the military no longer serve the people. They serve the governing bodies and the elite. We are nothing more than little people. Little inconveniences that get in their way and we are very expendable.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:43 PM
Not only can you be arrested but you will be found guilty of what ever the police decide to charge you with no matter whether the charges are justified or not.

The regulation also says that if someone has a dispute with an officer and it goes to court "the police officer's statement under oath is considered conclusive evidence under the act. Read more:

Police Powers Expanded for G20

Like a cop would never lie under oath.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:43 PM

Originally posted by bestideayet
Well, so much for the whole "By the people, for the people". This is just OUTRAGEOUS!

This is OUTRAGEOUS! What is everyone else's feedback? I understand the need to protect leaders, but has it ever been this bad? Are they maybe preparing for something horrible? WOW this just blows my mind...

[edit on 6/25/2010 by bestideayet]

Well, if our "leaders" (and I use that term loosely) weren't such corrupt knobs that actually provoked disdain due to their lax attitude concerning what people want rather than corporations, maybe they wouldn't need protection.

These politicians are so corrupt and so out of touch with the population, they are easy to hate. They set themselves up and then bitch and moan about security for themselves using our money, when they (and their handlers) created the problem in the first place.

I have solutions, unfortunately, all of mine are permanent.

Cheers - Dave

[edit on 6/25.2010 by bobs_uruncle]

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 04:50 PM
look at canada trying to fight !
im going tmw morning.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 05:13 PM

a black guy wearing a blue tanktop started # with the cops(well so it seems) and now the cops have riot gear...
most of them
im scared this might turn dirty in the next few hours

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 05:31 PM
Funny you guys mention this. I just told them I was with the band. They let me in and pointed me right to the coc aine and sex slaves.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 05:45 PM
A couple of years ago the local press here in "summit central" (that's Rontonto, for those who don't know or care where the G-20 summit is happening), started talking about the threat of terrorism (!!??!!) here in sleepytown.

I chuckled at the time, at the local scribbler community, that pathetic bunch of saps, who must look longingly at places around the world where stuff actually happens . . . but . . .

. . . sure enough, a short time later there was a lot of scurrying around by the police and associated responders regarding some kind of stuff that was left near the site of a water reservoir near St. Clair Avenue. Very weird.

The incident seemed too "made to order", for me. What is Alex Jones always harping about? "Problem, reaction, solution."

Time went on and the press continued to murmur about the threat to us, "the village idiot among great nations".

I started thinking. This is what comes of going along with those asinine international hooligans south of the border, in their mugging of Afghanistan. No wonder international terrorists have us in their sights. Serves us right. Always trying to be "bigger than our britches".

The next thing that came along was the arrest of some local muslim dummies who decided to create their own "Boy's Own Annual" style terrorism club and do military training in the woods nearby. (There was a similar group arrested near Buffalo, I believe.)

Anyway, these clowns weren't too choosy about who they bought their fertilizer (bomb making fertilizer) from. The ever accomodating RCMP stepped forward to sell them a giant economy sized supply . . . and then arrested them. Very reminiscent of the case in 1993 where the FBI were supplying the bomb makers who tried to take down the WTC.

So, OK. We are now fully in "the game" . . . and . . . prepped to spend a billion dollars for security at the G-20 summit.

Problem, reaction, solution.

Problem? Insatiable greed among our rulers and their friends in organized crime (the lobbying industry and construction industry).

Reaction? Carfully lay elaborate plan, Bobby Fischer style, many moves ahead, featuring those always ready to be duped, jihadist knuckleheads.

Solution? Ka-ching!!! Spending orgy at the summit.

Problem now? Where to put a second or third home. In the Muskokas? On the Riviera? In Florida? How to hide second or third mistress from "love of my life". What colour Ferrari would go well with my wardrobe? You get the drift.

This whole terror scare thing is a scam. Our participation in American war crimes is just a way of folding us into the NWO. The security measures taken at this summit are out of all measure to the threat, but they are very much in step with the sort of measures one can expect in a "security state".

Believe me, Canada will go along with this trend. We will have a security state like the one in the UK or the US. Why? Not as a response to a realistic security threat but because equipping such a state is a great way to make money.

It's always about the money.

[edit on 25-6-2010 by ipsedixit]

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 06:12 PM
It always makes me laugh when Canadians bad mouth the US for being a repressive police state, when they are living in the belly of the beast themselves.

If I recall correctly, the US allowed Ahmadenajad and Chavez from Venezuela to come here and speak on multiple occassions. Canada wont even allow people to enter the country that they disagree with politically, and they seem to have a real disliking for healthy, lawful protest.

Pot meet kettle

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 06:25 PM
reply to post by BlackOps719

I think you are absolutely correct. People in countries like the US, Canada and the UK all exist in a state of cognitive dissonance. They haven't got a clue what their governments are up to. They never examine themselves. It is oh so easy to demonize other countries, other ethnic groups.

The price tag alone for security at the G-20 summit in Toronto is the tip-off. The real security threat to the country, the real terrorists, the clear and present danger faced by the nation, is the group of people who presented those bills to the taxpayer and who signed off on paying them.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 06:31 PM
reply to post by JayXBraun

Why not have the meeting on an island? Would be exponetially more secure and cheaper. Canada spending 1 Billion on this meet. Simplest thing I can think of is the dog. He whizzes all over the place advertising his territory. No other dog or any person threatens to take it. He doesn't have to do it but he does it anyway just because he can.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 06:35 PM

Originally posted by WATCHER.1
reply to post by JayXBraun

Why not have the meeting on an island? Would be exponetially more secure and cheaper. Canada spending 1 Billion on this meet. Simplest thing I can think of is the dog. He whizzes all over the place advertising his territory. No other dog or any person threatens to take it. He doesn't have to do it but he does it anyway just because he can.

How about Jeckyl Island?

Wouldn't that be authentic?

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 06:57 PM
reply to post by nenothtu

American freedom??? Have you been asleep for the last 18 months????? Or perhaps you blinked while the press was gagged, the government passed a bill which means they can kill US citizens abroad without any judicial process being necessary, your President O-bum-a refused to authorise an enquiry into 9/11 despite overwhelming concrete evidence that there are serious dounts - er, a cover up for his buddy Bush, they deliberately blow up the oil rig, REFUSE American citizens their right to be kept fully and honestly informed about what is happening there, they DONT clean up the Gulf, because it suits them to have a dead zone for their new algae business down there, they gag the local people so efficiently that they are obviously terrified to talk to the press, they refuse, they are not giving them adequate health care..... I wonder where the BP billions allocated for the clean up are going??? Bet you never find out, because Congress and the Justice System serve the interests of the corporations.

American freedom??? No thanks.

posted on Jun, 25 2010 @ 07:00 PM
reply to post by Equinox99

Yes - and why is this security so necessary??? Because of the fake terrorists? I don't think so, lol. More like they are becoming afraid because people in every country are beginning to realise how much we have been and are still being conned and used as factory hens to provide the cabals with eggs for their parties.

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