Comments: Iguanaists

Lizard. People.

Posted by otto at June 9, 2012 12:35 PM

As stated, that Canadian special unit's job is to selectively enforce non-voluntary productive participation in the economy. This is essentially slavery, right?

Posted by justin at June 9, 2012 01:06 PM

One of the comments at "Alberta" story is....

"Let's not forget the RCMP actually admitted to bombing oil sites to try and frame opponents. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/story/1999/01/30/sabotage990130.html?"

SO, FBI plans "terrorist attcks" by entrapment and then takes credit for foiling them, keeping the citizenry under constant fear. In Canada, RCMP commits terrorist attacks and scapegoats Canadians they do not like.....with similar end results. Canadian story is from Nov 2000..... Did USA learn something from Canada?

And Mr Schwraz, could you please suggest, what "terrorist act" I am supposed to have committed when I turn myself in ? I THINK, they are bound to ask or is it "no questions asked.... cell number assigned"?

ps mind you,I am not going to thank you for this....once I am in, I will never see the day light..


Posted by Rupa Shah at June 9, 2012 03:54 PM

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Posted by Mike Meyer at June 9, 2012 08:18 PM

"A long while ago, I cut the term 'inferiority complex' out of my dictionary and vocabulary. They have no place in any newspaper man's make-up." -- Fred Fuller Shedd, editor of Philadelphia Evening Bulletin, 1931

Posted by Lewis at June 10, 2012 05:52 PM

LIKE.

Posted by Amanda Rex at June 10, 2012 06:28 PM

Canada's history is chock full of false flag provocations against domestic popular movements. This is basically what security services are here for. It's a cultural thing.

Posted by Québécois at June 13, 2012 06:00 PM