Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Police Now Admit That They Were Told NOT TO STOP BLACK BLOC !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Happy Canada Day you son of a bitch. You GD Son of a Bitch.

I don't often get moved to swear but after watching this video I am so angry. I had seen this horrible assault from a distance but witnessing it up close I am sick to my stomach. These people were unarmed but treated like caged animals. You can see that they are completely surrounded and not allowed to leave.

Some get on their cell phones and call 911 only to be charged and beaten.





I am especially angry after reading that the police surveillance tapes had the Black Bloc in plain view but were told hands off. Stephen "the most vile creature on earth" Harper, needed to try to justify his one billion dollar price tag, so he let the vandals run amok while he had cops beat up those who oppose his fascist regime.

And inside, while lounging around "fake lake", reporters were treated to a split screen. One side with Harper's fat head, and the other the madness that the police, were trained to stop, but instead were told to stand down and attack peaceful protesters.

Warmington: Cops had hands 'cuffed

Who made the decision for police to stand down despite the fact the city was under attack? And why? Was it a police decision or political? These should be the cornerstone questions of an external review surrounding the chaos of the G20. After all, police officers were trained to stop the Black Bloc anarchists, were appropriately equipped and massively manned.

As downtown Toronto witnessed burning police cars and a small group of thugs on a rampage, a police source tells me the only thing that stopped the officers from
doing that was an order telling them not to. They tell me they could have rounded up all, or most of them, in no time. I have had several front line police officers tell me they were told not to get involved. But even before that decision was made, says one insider, there was mass confusion and indecision.

"The orders went from engage to, no, don't engage to engage to, no, don't engage,' " said an officer. "It was an absolute shambles. Everyone was talking over each other on the radio. Nobody seemed to know what to do. It was just a mess."

If you are not as mad as I am right now, then you are not Canadian. I'm sorry. But this is horrible.


  1. I hear you. I am at a loss as to why more people are not absolutely out of their minds at what happened in Toronto over the past weekend. I was very impressed by what Nathalie Des Rosiers of the CCLA had to say on Power and Politics yesterday so I joined and donated. Progressive thinking Canadians better wake up soon to just what the hell is going on here.

    Thanks for your writings :)

  2. G.Almighty, Emily! I hadn't seen this particular video.
    I am with you.

    Also... slightly off topic here. I think your blog is terrific. Probably because you remind me very much of myself. ;-)
    Good work.

  3. "If you are not as mad as I am right now, then you are not Canadian."

    I realize you are upset, but statements like these are inane.

    Why don't you just say "If you are not with us, you are with he terrorists!"

    Anyway, thanks for the important post and information. Just a friendly reminder to keep this kind of rhetoric to yourself.

  4. This is proof of the government working to subvert the constitutional right of Freedom of Assembly, to Protest, to Speak Freely. There is a compelling argument that riots were being incited by instigators who were in fact police, this is subterfuge and Treason against the people. The police who did not perform their duty during this time are guilty of negligence among other things.

  5. It's taken close to five months, but the word is getting out. ALL of the major papers are finally telling the stories of suffering. The Parliamentary Committee has heard the stories of three Quebec arrestees which are truely awful. The Globe and Mail has published four or five accounts of the people who were kettled. It's happening, people. The veil of secrecy is getting lifted and the government is getting seen more and more for what it is.

  6. It was all a big fat set up, from the top down...


    The Stanford Prison Experiment

    A Simulation Study of the Psychology of Imprisonment Conducted at Stanford University

    What happens when you put good people in an evil place? Does humanity win over evil, or does evil triumph? These are some of the questions we posed in this dramatic simulation of prison life conducted in the summer of 1971 at Stanford University.

    How we went about testing these questions and what we found may astound you. Our planned two-week investigation into the psychology of prison life had to be ended prematurely after only six days because of what the situation was doing to the college students who participated.

    In only a few days, our guards became sadistic and our prisoners became depressed and showed signs of extreme stress.

  7. On Yonge Street, "Black Bloc" idiots trash the place with police in plain view doing nothing @ 6:48 - 6:53

    2010 Toronto G20 riot - raw CTV Yonge St footage

  8. Riot police in Toronto during 2010 G20 allowing "Black Bloc" to do their "job":

    G20 Toronto Riots: Raw Video - Bay Street and King Street - Parts 1 - 3