Most of the mainstream media were present at the march, which started at the Toronto Stock Exchange and ended in St. James Park. I am sure the majority of them will present the event as some kind of a popular revolt, while in reality it was dominated by an odd collection of weirdos and misfits.
Together with a few students, you could see the aging hippies and lefties, a fixture at every imaginable protest, the Israeli Apartheid Week crowd, the Black Bloc, the Mohawk Indians, the postal workers union, CUPE, a huge number of assorted communists and socialists and quite a few mentally disturbed people.
It was not clear what they protested against – the main events of the crisis took place in 2008 so they were 3 years late. There was no mortgage crisis and no bank bailout in Canada. Some large companies received quite a lot of cash and their unions were major beneficiaries. It was strange to see the postal workers union and CUPE protest, when you think that they are guaranteed obscenely high wages stolen from the taxpayers. Even more strange was to see with them many people who don’t seem to work, both protesting the abstract “corporate greed”.
Another striking thing was that none of the participants carried a single Canadian flag. Well, there was one, but it was desecrated, painted over with some message. Actually, that wasn’t so unusual. Marx once said that the “proletariat has no homeland”. Those misfits don’t give a damn about Canada and are more
than willing to accommodate every barbaric culture and custom.
Here are some picture highlights, which Toronto Star and CBC would probably avoid.
The notorious Black Bloc was present, with their black anarchist flags. It was disappointing, because they didn’t break anything, but they’ll have enough time over the next month to correct that mistake:
There were many Palestinian flags carried during the march. It was odd, because it’s hard to link the Palestinian cause with the protest against “corporate greed” in Canada. Unless, of course, you want to get into the picture the blood-sucking Jewish bankers invented in the Muslim mythology:
Yes, must have been the latter – when we reached the park, I saw that the bearers of the flags were the folks from the Israeli Apartheid Week (I saw most of them earlier this year). The blonde girl in the middle, who smiles at my camera, is Vivian, the main organizer of that Jew-hating fest at the University of Toronto.
And what lefty event could leave out the native thugs with their Mohawk Warrior flag? It was the same flag that flew over Caledonia when they were beating and terrorising the local people.
As I mentioned before, the unions were there as well. It was such a delight to see Che Guevara next to the flag of the Canadian Union of Postal Workers – a match made in hell.
Near the park we saw the large group of CUPE and specifically the flight attendants chapter. Those greedy stewardesses, who threatened a strike, caused me money and frustration when I had to rearrange my trip to Japan last month. It’s ironic to see them protest “corporate greed”.
And here are the leaders of the march:
The signs they displayed showed beyond any doubt that the protest wasn’t spontaneous reaction of the “working people”. It was an event organized by the far left – anarchists, socialists, and communists. There were plenty of communist flyers, pamphlets and newspapers handed out as well.
Such events also attract their fair share of creeps and weirdos. They are welcomed, because as Marcuse used to say, the marginalized misfits will be the driving force behind the new revolution.
Here is a guy, who has a radical solution – just arrest the rich:
Then I saw another creep (with a scary look in his eyes) who was even more radical – just kill the rich:
The creature below claimed to be in a sexual relationship with the government:
And what better way to parade your stupidity around than having a revolutionary tattoo on your back?
The next weirdo was too much – a woman dressed like a hybrid between a clown and a police car protesting police brutality. Here she talks with a Palestinian activist:
And here she is looking at me:
The protest movement even managed to attract a revolutionary leprechaun:
The “Anti-Poverty Engineer” pleaded that we should abolish interest rates, according to the teachings of Jesus, Mohammed, and Nehemiah (if he moves to Saudi Arabia, his wish will come true):
Then I saw the charming dancing tranny:
In case you think everybody was that scary, I should show you this beautiful dog, which was one of the few normal creatures present:
The beagle below wasn’t that lucky – he had to work for his owner’s psychotic cause. (Doesn’t that qualify as animal abuse?)
That was what I saw. Presenting this circus as a mass movement aimed at reforming our society (as the mainstream media do) is a crime against reason. However, if those misfits are organized by a sinister leader, they can turn into a deadly force, capable of destroying our civilization. If you remember, that’s what exactly Hitler did – in his first speech as a Chancellor he specifically said how he was going to fight greed.
People in this country should wake up to the reality – leaving misfits who contribute nothing influence the policies of our government is a recipe for disaster.
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