As you know I've started portraying Stephen Harper not only as a cowardly puppet, and the most monstrous leader this country has ever known.As well as a hopeless incompetent, and the turkey king of Canada.But also as a leader so long past due, the flesh is falling off him and his rotting government.And as . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper Gets Three Slaps in the Face From his Own Supporters
He must be so excited. In just a few more days his monstrous anti-terrorist bill C-51 will become law, Canada will become a police state.And he can start going after all his enemies real or imagined. For by now in the final stages of his mental and moral degeneration, his paranoia knows no limit.And . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Stephen Harper, Bill C-51 and the Virtual Prison
Oh no. Not more humiliation. Can you believe it? Stephen Harper's Great Escape Tour is on its way to Kuala Lumpur. And I'm still waiting to hear from the CTV reporter who dared asked Harper a question. And who is no doubt now travelling in the baggage compartment.But already I can see that . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Con Klown Tour and the True Horror of Harperland
Just the other day he was cuddling his chinchilla, and pretending to be Mr Nice Guy Leader.Today he was back in all his fascist foulness playing Great Crime Busting Leader.Justice Minister Rob Nicholson unveiled a plan Monday for 2013 that includes new legislation to toughen penalties for child sex offenses, create a Victims Bill . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Con War on Canadian Children
I think this image will haunt me forever.The image of a bound, hooded, 18-year-old Ashley Smith being duct taped into a seat on a plane.Like she was some kind of dangerous terrorist on her way to Guantanamo.When she was just a poor mentally ill teenager on her way to one of the nine Canadian . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Ashley Smith and the Cruelty of the Cons
Remember when Vic Toews claimed that even though Bill C-10 will swell our overcrowded jails to the bursting point, the Cons wouldn't have to build any new prisons?
Toews opened his speech to the Economic Club of Canada in Ottawa by saying he wanted to dispel "egregious myths" and "blatant untruths" that are . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: The Cons and the Prison State
Well I was glad to see Vic Toews pop up on the TV today after his recent physical and mental Vikileaks problems. And I was also glad to see he looked as scary as ever.
But sadly my joy at seeing him back on his feet didn’t last long eh? Because as soon as . . . → Read More: Montreal Simon: Vic Toews and the Prison State