Québec’s not so Quiet Revolution, and why we all need to join it.

“It is becoming increasingly self-evident that if we as Canadians want to take control of our country, our communities and our lives we must strongly support our Québécois brothers and sisters in their courageous struggle for social justice by calling on the Québec Government to immediately end the brutal and illegal violence against their own people, our fellow citizens. Then we must join them, all of us, in the streets of our cities and towns from Victoria to Halifax”.

Durant une semaine, les manifestants se sont relayés pour défendre et soutenir les habitants

Can Vies était un centre social occupé de Sants, Barcelone. Actif depuis plus de 17 ans et soutenu par le voisinage, il a été délogé en mai 2014. Durant une semaine, jour et nuit, les manifestants se sont relayés pour défendre et soutenir les habitants du CSO. Une formidable force solidaire a surgi des décombres pour faire renaitre ce symbole de la vie sociale locale.

Activists vs. Resource companies as threats to “National Security”

So if the RCMP are looking diligently for threats to national security them they should be looking in foreign boardrooms not Canadian coffee houses. Because even surface analysis by any reasonable professional shows that the real threat to our Sovereignty, our Defense and most importantly our people emanate from the boardrooms of the multinational resource companies that do business here. Lets do the comparative threat assessment point by point.

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