Monday, August 18, 2008

 

Terry McDonald; canada's own Tibetan protestor and canada's communist subversion tactics


Terry McDonald is removed by police from an event attended by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, Fisheries Minister Loyola Hearn and Avalon MP Fabian Manning in Cupids N.L. on Thursday, Aug. 14, 2008. McDonald was protesting the federal government's changes to equalization payments. (Andrew Vaughan / THE CANADIAN PRESS)


According to Mr McDonald's report of the RCMP intervention against him on VOCM backtalk he we stopped at the door by the RCMP and asked what his intentions were.

He politely explained that he just wanted to stand at the back of the room and hold his 2x2 sign up and not make any fuss other than to hold the sign.

The RCMP conferred with someone in the dictator of canada's staff and the RCMP proceeded to escort Mr McDonald outside.

So anyone who thinks China is the only country that uses unscrupulous tactics to quelch freedom of speech and limit protests is sadly mistaken.

This man is only 5ft 6in tall weighs 150 lbs and had no type of weapon on his person except the truth which he printed on a 2x2 piece of cardboard.

If you wish to congratulate this martyr of the truth and support him and all NL'ians in their cause for equality in this systemically flawed political system he can be contacted at

themanhimself@terrymcdonald.ca

In NL's case I will go one further with the ABC, Anything But Conservative campaign in that we being from a minority province should vote

ABC, Anything But Centrist

Because like Tommy Douglas explained in his infamous Mouseland Parable all of the national parties are the same and we are like a bunch of mice voting for either a blue conservative cat or a red Liberal cat.

ABC, Anyone But Centrist.

Now that we will have a real choice and hopefully stop the insanity with the advent of the NL-FIRST party.

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=2230406030
http://www.nlfirst.ca/
http://nlfirstpartyblog.blogspot.com/

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Like Danny locking up the House of Assembly galleries?
 
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