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Group claims responsibility for Que. army centre bombing

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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 12:00 PM
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Group claims responsibility for Que. army centre bombing


www.vancouversun.com

A group calling itself "Resistance internationaliste" issued a statement Friday claiming responsibility for the attack.

Montreal newspaper La Presse reported Friday that it received an e-mail from the group noting it is opposed to Canada's military practices and wants to prevent a "further indoctrination."



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posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 12:00 PM
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The group quote also in the french link
that they now coming to light for everyone
to join the resistance against millitary ideology

Is it the start of the fifth column in america ?
im sure they have affiliated group to in the USA
that will soon do the same..

look to be a good group to me so far .... i explain ..

bombing at night an army propaganda office
without doing any harm to anyone ..
of course the canadian tax payer will have to pay for the repair .. but no enroling meeting will happen in that building anytime soon ..

so my questions to anyone is
Was this act good or not ?
negative and positive view accepted




www.vancouversun.com
(visit the link for the full news article)

[edit on 2-7-2010 by Ben81]



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 12:29 PM
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As an interested neighbor I can only say that violence will beget violence.

If the system is so entrenched in it's modality of failure that it cannot be addressed, then they leave no room for other actions.

Any government without a clear and accessible means of redress is simply awaiting a revolution to take place.

I always felt that Canada was a bit more civilized than that.

But then, as governments become more corporate and less institutions of the people, who knows that they are up to? Who can know?

We must never be willing to kill, we can be willing to die with honor, but in civic matters, killing equates to an automatic fail.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 12:45 PM
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exactly ... killing = doom to fail ... a no soul can kill .... but
why our governement keep killing and no law cant touch them
their ideology must be destroyed no more killing policy must be accepted
we the people can show them who the real human being are
but in that bombing .. no life were taken or even wounded
only the image of the millitary was hurt a little bit
i cant tell you that im sorry for their propaganda building paid by the tax payer

we are in those day that we can even trust our local news
the group are probably some cover up secret provocator agents ..
they put them everywhere ..



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 12:48 PM
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Bomb something to show they are against 'military idealogy'.

Seems a bit hypocritical.

But if their tactics continue to target military and government property rather than people then fair play.

But my understanding of history leads me to think that if this is a sustained campaign theN first of all the Canadian governmment will not listen, the group will get more aggressive and eventually innocent bystanders will get hurt.

I also recognise that positive action is required if true change is to occur.

But I also have an enormous amount of respect for the Canadian troops in Afghanistan and the role they are performing against The Taliban.

A very difficult and complicated scenario with no easy solution.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 01:24 PM
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any kind of physical or psychological violence to anyone is BAD
the ones who commit injustice must pay not with his life but by doing some hours of local work .. prison is a joke and will never work to make progress
of course bombing anything is bad
people are desperated .. all they see is bad news everywhere

the best way to form any group that can change something
will be to form the Civilian Police and do the citizen arrest ourself... but
we cant even protest in peace of wanting peace singing O'canada
(reference to the G20 Toronto protest)
nooo ... we have mad med with full protective gear and weapons running at everyone
with provocator agents starting the riot so they can have a reason to pay 1 billions and kick the living hell out of anyone who say no
the corrupt policies must stop .. we should never stfu on that


who can trust the law if people of the law dont even trust them and apply them (especially on themself)

(if anyone saw Vendetta at the end of the movie .. there is maybe a way)
all people peacefully with no weapon walking without stoping directly into the blockade at the next G20
would they dare shoot all of us and beat us ... that would be suicidal of course but it is the best way to give the proof that peace and non violents ways always prevail
no fear = freedom
so we have to show them no fear



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 01:27 PM
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Being conspiracy minded, I find this to be a convenient shift of focus away from the G-20 debacle. Who better to draw attention than those seperatist enemies within Canada, bombing the military on Canada Day. Seems like La Fête de la St-Jean would have been a more appropriate choice. Either way, as long as people quietly continue to open their pocketbooks so that the boot of encroaching fascism can be placed more firmly on their throats, it's all good.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 01:30 PM
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Originally posted by Freeborn
reply to post by Ben81
 


A very difficult and complicated scenario with no easy solution.


Except the one posed by the majority of Canadian people: get the hell out of Afghanistan and let the Americans fight their own opium wars.

This is yet another failure in Canadian democracy, one with a government that does not care about the will of the people they are supposed to represent. The Canadian resistance stretches as far as there are Canadians and one day our government will cross the line and they will have no friends or family to hide behind.

As for violence, people consider this a violent act? It is pathetic in comparison to just the sight of RCMP and city riot squads. The Canadian government is not stupid, specializing in provoking their opponents into crossing the line first just to look all the more credible. If there are going to be resulting casualties from this resistance movement then there will be little doubt that the Canadian government made it happen just so they can have an excuse to rush in with guns blazing.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 01:40 PM
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separatist enemy .. lol
some people wants quebec out of canada
from my part quebec is a province INSIDE canada
if quebec is removed Canada will no more be the second largest country in the world lol ...
its ridiculous thinking that those will be willing to bomb something ..
never happened before they are not violent ..
but some people in canada think of the entire quebec province to be the enemy because we had once a vote on that and we say NO
the news dont say if they are french speaking separatist quebekers
only anti millitary ..

i will provide updates... if i found more on who they are


[edit on 2-7-2010 by Ben81]



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 01:42 PM
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Where's Pierre when you need him?

"Just watch me."




posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 01:46 PM
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What exactly do they mean by "oppose the military practices" and "to prevent further indoctrination."?

Are they suggesting that we disband our entire military?

Then what? What's to stop the US or Russia or China from just waltzing in and taking over our natural resources?

Name me one recognized country on the face of this planet that doesn't have a military.

And why don't these people go and protest in other countries where the military controls the actual government? They DO call themselves "Resistance internationaliste" which in English is interpreted to mean "International Resistance". Why don't they go to Cuba? Or Somalia? Or the Congo? Oh yeah, 'cause they'll likely get shot.

So they come to Canada to bomb our facilities because they're too cowardly to take their cause to the international forums as they know that the Canadian army/police won't actually shoot back unless there's a real gunfight or if the lives of innocent people are jeopardized.

Having Canada disband it's army isn't going to change the policies of the rest of the planet, all it's going to do is make us a prime target.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 01:55 PM
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the afghanistan war ...

from the start
when i saw the 2 towers in 2001 being destroyed in NYC
i already knew inside me that was all lies and cover up in the tv media
and that cover up false flag operation that will drag the entire north america continent to war

did the usa fight along side the taliban vs the soviet ??
did the usa fight along side irak vs iran ?
(i have a pic with Donald Rumsfeld and Saddam shacking hands and smiling)
making enemy from old friend ..
the foreign policies MUST CHANGE ASAP
its doomed to fail

after a century of false flag operation causing war ... enough is ENOUGH



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 02:09 PM
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Wow ... great old video thx

he is like our JFK

JFK and him are some of the greatest elected politicians from North america

compare to stephen harper do you see a lot of difference ? lol

hope in USA and Canada the next elections will bring more people like them



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 02:12 PM
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Originally posted by intrepid
Where's Pierre when you need him? "Just watch me."


Love him or hate him...he had cojones as well as panache. Don't you miss that in government?

As to the incident in Quebec...La Belle Province seems to be good at nurturing activists that like to blow stuff up. Don't know if that is a cultural thing, religious, reaction to notoriously corrupt government and surly cops...note the agents provocateurs at the Montebello conference on '07 www.cbc.ca....

Quebec is just...different...and my Canada includes Quebec.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 02:18 PM
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i wonder if they will catch them soon or later ... ?
im sure they have prepared a long time ago before doing the bombing
to avoid any mistake of being caught
i have a feeling they are not amateurs
they might have others pre-fabricated bombs
this story might just be the beginning of something much bigger to come
to catch worldwide attention
that can be a way to recruit ...

if new informations are revealed i will add them here



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 02:19 PM
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reply to post by Ben81
 


You are right, my friend. I don't know if you also happen to listen to Metric (a Canadian counter-culture band) but they say it best in their song "Succexy"

"Where does the time go?
We're waking up so slowly
Days are horizontal lately
Out of body, watched from above
Out of body, watched from above

Passive attraction, programmed reaction
More information, cash masturbation
Follow the pattern- the hemlines, the headlines
Action distraction,faster than fashion
Faster than fashion,faster than fashion

Lonesome for no one when
The room was empty and
War as we knew it was obsolete
Nothing could beat denial"



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 02:32 PM
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Originally posted by JohnnyCanuck

Originally posted by intrepid
Where's Pierre when you need him? "Just watch me."


Love him or hate him...he had cojones as well as panache. Don't you miss that in government?

As to the incident in Quebec...La Belle Province seems to be good at nurturing activists that like to blow stuff up. Don't know if that is a cultural thing, religious, reaction to notoriously corrupt government and surly cops...note the agents provocateurs at the Montebello conference on '07 www.cbc.ca....

Quebec is just...different...and my Canada includes Quebec.


very well concluded .. love that

the only difference is most of all speak french .. second language is english
everywhere on all signs .. are with both language
religion, nationality and language are mixed peacefully
we only have riots when the Canadiens from Montreal win a round in the NHL



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 02:43 PM
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Well well well some of my compatriots doing this kind of thing?

Surely the army indoctrinates the people in it. I know, my brother went in the army and left because it was so brainwashing...

And my uncle is a drill sergeant in the army...

I'll try to get more info on this I know people high in the police of Montreal.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 02:48 PM
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Just to clarify, I should have used the sarcasm emoticon following the phrase "enemy within". Sadly, I'm ignorant as to which one that is.
The point of my somewhat cryptic post was to suggest that a false flag operation is within the realm of possibility. What better way to regain support that might have flagged during the G-20 than by showing the necessity of heavy handed response when dealing with dissenters. Having your base rally 'round the flag in response to a perceived internal threat (from the area of your least support) directed at the military seems like the perfect way to kill several birds with one stone.



posted on Jul, 2 2010 @ 03:18 PM
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ahh lol in that case you re right
people dont do those kind of act and then have their life and carrier ruin after being caught
but politicians with cops under them have inside interest
when its not fast enought they act following a complete denial
to achieve their money goal and having our freedom removed

maybe the group is the real deal and are indeed not trying to harm anyone except propaganda building
or it was another one in thousand of false flag even that happened in the last century
its these kind of event that shake up the governement to adopt drastic measures and pass millions of dollars bills
out of the tax payer pocket



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