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Montreal Simon: Hillary Clinton, James Comey and the FBI Coup D’Etat

If Hillary Clinton loses the election to Donald Trump, it will be largely due to the FBI director James Comey's decision to inform Congress that another batch of Clinton's e-mails had been found in the laptop of the sexting pervert Anthony Wiener.Even though Comey had no idea what was in them, and according to . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Hillary Clinton, James Comey and the FBI Coup D’Etat

Montreal Simon: The G20 Summit and the Police State in Toronto

It's been almost six years, but I'll never forget that weekend. The weekend of the G20 Summit in Toronto.When they turned my neighbourhood into an armed camp, more than 1,000 people were arrested.And I felt like I was living in a police state…. . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The G20 Summit and the Police State in Toronto

Montreal Simon: Toronto’s G20 Victims Win the Right to Sue the Police

They turned my neighbourhood and much of downtown Toronto into a police state.They arrested more than a thousand people most of them peaceful protesters.They kettled them for no reason.Read more » . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Toronto’s G20 Victims Win the Right to Sue the Police

Montreal Simon: Why Justin Trudeau Should Fire the RCMP Commissioner

When the RCMP Commissioner Bob Paulson was working for the Con regime, I couldn't help feeling that he was turning the force into the Harper Police.Or help wondering whether he was willingly collaborating with that sinister mob, or whether like … . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Why Justin Trudeau Should Fire the RCMP Commissioner

Democracy Under Fire: Special Forces for National ‘Emergency’s’

Call me paranoid, perhaps I have been following Harpers attacks upon our democracy too long, but I fail to understand why we need to expand our ‘Special Forces’ (at an annual cost of $50 million) “to respond to varied, and sometimes multiple, national and international emergencies.” We do have almost 2000 of these specially . . . → Read More: Democracy Under Fire: Special Forces for National ‘Emergency’s’

Democracy Under Fire: Special Forces for National ‘Emergency’s’

Call me paranoid, perhaps I have been following Harpers attacks upon our democracy too long, but I fail to understand why we need to expand our ‘Special Forces’ (at an annual cost of $50 million) “to respond to varied, and sometimes multiple, national and international emergencies.” We do have almost 2000 of these specially . . . → Read More: Democracy Under Fire: Special Forces for National ‘Emergency’s’

Montreal Simon: Harper’s Police And Yet Another Reason To Kill Bill C-51

As you know I have been steadily losing confidence in the RCMP, which I now frequently call Harper's police.Not because I'm anti-police, I'm not.But because I can't help feeling that its bosses have turned it into a tool of the sinister Con regime.And as you know I also believe that if Harper isn't defeated, . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Harper’s Police And Yet Another Reason To Kill Bill C-51

Democracy Under Fire: Harper History, Part 9 – Omnibus budget, Anti-terrorist bill, Election call.

Summer 2014 – Aug 2nd 2015

In 2014 Green Party leader and Saanich-Gulf Islands MP Elizabeth May describedthe dictatorship-style Harper PMO as a “$10-million-a-year partisan operation filled with ruthless, cutthroat psychopaths.” She added that the office was manned by people “employed for the purpose of harassing scientists, bullying MPs, and muzzling civil servants.”It should be . . . → Read More: Democracy Under Fire: Harper History, Part 9 – Omnibus budget, Anti-terrorist bill, Election call.

Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper’s Stealthy Assault On Our Judicial System

All through the long and dark years of Stephen Harper's evil regime the Supreme Court of Canada has been his most mighty opponent.Time and time again it has rejected his foul and flawed bills that would have turned us into a monstrous police state, or a vengeful theocracy.It has been the last bastion of . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper’s Stealthy Assault On Our Judicial System

Montreal Simon: How Bill C-51 Will Remake Canada in Stephen Harper’s Paranoid Image

In one of my last posts I wrote about how Stephen Harper is now so desperate he is looking crazier every day.Morphing into a monster who can no longer be restrained by the rule of law.And yesterday when he flew into Toronto to personally deliver a cheque for a commuter train project, those fears . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: How Bill C-51 Will Remake Canada in Stephen Harper’s Paranoid Image

Montreal Simon: The Day Stephen Harper Admitted he Pressured the Police to Break the Law

For years Stephen Harper has made a mockery out of our democracy, turned our parliament into a Roman circus, attacked the courts, and flouted the rule of law over and over again.Like some deranged ruler on some monstrous throne, who is so crazed with the lust for power, and so morally depraved, he now . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Day Stephen Harper Admitted he Pressured the Police to Break the Law

Montreal Simon: Why Canada Desperately Needs a Magna Carta Moment

Yesterday was the 800th anniversary of the day King John reluctantly signed the Magna Carta, the document that was the foundation of our parliamentary democracy, and the rule of law.And most importantly declared that nobody was above the law, not even the king.So it's ironic that few people have celebrated that anniversary more than . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Why Canada Desperately Needs a Magna Carta Moment

Montreal Simon: Will Bill C-51 Be Stephen Harper’s Waterloo?

I wouldn't be surprised if the dark idea crept into Stephen Harper's Jurassic brain even as he cowered in that closet, on that fatal day on Parliament Hill.And at the time he must have thought it was brilliant.He'd draft a sinister anti-terrorist bill that would turn Canada into a police state, and end internet . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Will Bill C-51 Be Stephen Harper’s Waterloo?

Montreal Simon: Robert Fisk: Why Harper’s Blind Support of Israel is Dangerous

Last week I wrote that Stephen Harper's threat to use hate laws against Canadians who peacefully protest the actions of Israel's brutish Netanyahu regime, was the first shadow of a police state. Now Robert Fisk, the distinguished Middle East correspondent, has taken that criticism a step further.By calling Harper's blind support of Israel both . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Robert Fisk: Why Harper’s Blind Support of Israel is Dangerous

Montreal Simon: Why Bill C-51 Is Starting to Terrorize Stephen Harper

It couldn't be more ironic. Stephen Harper creates a monster called Bill C-51, to go after his enemies, and scare Canadians into submission.So he can turn this country into a police state.But before he can unleash the monster on the population, the monster slowly turns around, grunts loudly.And starts scaring the living daylights out . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Why Bill C-51 Is Starting to Terrorize Stephen Harper

Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper’s Orwellian Move to Protect the RCMP

Sometime today Canada's Information Commissioner is expected to recommend that charges be laid against the RCMP, for withholding and destroying gun registry documents, before Parliament had finished debating whether they should be shredded.But if she does it will now be a meaningless gesture. For it too will be shredded.Because it seems that buried deeply . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper’s Orwellian Move to Protect the RCMP

Montreal Simon: Bill C-51, Stephen Harper and Mr Handcuffs

Despite the best efforts and all the warnings Bill C-51 has now passed, and Canada is now on its way to becoming a police state. And although I regret that the Liberals voted for it, I understand why they did, so Stephen Harper wouldn't accuse Justin Trudeau of being soft on terrorism.I'm saving all . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Bill C-51, Stephen Harper and Mr Handcuffs

Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper, Bill C-51, and the Winds of Change

There couldn't have been a more brutal clash of images. The old veterans in their wheelchairs honouring their comrades who died fighting the fascists to make Holland free.And Stephen Harper posing for his propaganda reels, sucking up to the vets he has betrayed so miserably.Playing politics in the garden of the dead, and having . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper, Bill C-51, and the Winds of Change

The Canadian Progressive: Rights groups demand unconditional dismissal of Bill C-51

More than 100 rights organizations and prominent individuals have signed a letter demanding the immediate and unconditional dismissal of Harper’s police state Bill C-51.

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Montreal Simon: Bill C-51: Now More Unpopular Than Ever

Sometimes in this big beautiful country it seems like we are too small, too insignificant, too weak or too complacent to change anything.Helpless to stop the monstrous leader who is tearing its guts out, trying to change it beyond recognition, and trying to scare his own people into submission.But somehow we summoned up the . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Bill C-51: Now More Unpopular Than Ever

Democracy Under Fire: Sorry, Your Partisan Slip is Showing

We know that the House public safety committee has been ‘studying’ the government’s anti-terror bill and that despite the long list of influential and knowledgeable people wishing to speak to the dangers of this bill to our freedoms and privacy the list of those permitted to participate was severely restricted. We also know that . . . → Read More: Democracy Under Fire: Sorry, Your Partisan Slip is Showing

Montreal Simon: Bill C-51 and Stephen Harper’s Latest Scam

Well surprise, surprise, it was a false flag after all. The other day it looked like Stephen Harper had surrendered to reason, by finally agreeing to change his police state bill C-51. Even though him and his Cons had claimed, or squawked for weeks, that it was perfect and if you didn't like it . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Bill C-51 and Stephen Harper’s Latest Scam

Montreal Simon: Bill C-51: The Cons Surrender and Will Make Changes

For weeks Stephen Harper and his Cons have been insisting that their dangerous anti-terrorism bill C-51 is perfect and doesn't need any changes.And ridiculing anyone who suggested otherwise.But now it seems they are feeling the heat, and are prepared to make some changes.Read more »

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Montreal Simon: Bill C-51: The Cons Use Emotion to Try to Conquer Reason

It was a moving moment. The sister of the murdered soldier Patrice Vincent testifying before committee studying Bill C-51.But it also symbolized the ghastly way the Cons are running the hearing. For they will not hear from the Canadian Bar Association or the Privacy Commissioner.But they will turn it into a star chamber, and . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Bill C-51: The Cons Use Emotion to Try to Conquer Reason

Montreal Simon: Why the Struggle Against Bill C-51 Must Continue

It's taken me two days to come down from last Saturday's big demonstration against the Harper regime's foul Bill C-51.Because I do wear my heart on my sleeve, and it was so great to see so many Canadians in the street at last.Instead of letting Stephen Harper scare them into allowing him to turn . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Why the Struggle Against Bill C-51 Must Continue