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Forum Post: End of the road for #OccupyToronto #OccupyMontreal #OccupyVancouver

Posted 3 years ago on Nov. 21, 2011, 6:03 p.m. EST by clydecatskills (17) from Stormville, NY
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The freedom of speech statutes don't give them the right to take over land, arbitrarily.

The judge was pretty clear that hypocrisy reigned over the Occupy movement who claimed "democratic principles" as the movement never asked for permission from the rest of the surrounding population nor the businesses if they could squat and do their mic checks and try to organize their leaderless collective.

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[-] 1 points by RockyJ (208) 3 years ago

I don't understand this! In the USA we're suppose to have the right to assemble but it appears it depends how long!

[-] 2 points by clydecatskills (17) from Stormville, NY 3 years ago

You can't squat on property (private or public) without permission. That has always been true.

[-] 1 points by RockyJ (208) 3 years ago

So I can't squat in your front yard? Geesh! Is this a police state or what? ;-)

[-] 1 points by clydecatskills (17) from Stormville, NY 3 years ago

Tee Hee

[-] 0 points by TH3W01F (180) from Ottawa, ON 3 years ago

Don't be so sure. We Canucks are ressourceful and can adapt. They blocked us there? A minor detail. We will find other ways to win.

[-] 0 points by BofL (434) 3 years ago

Ya, and when you look really close, people, remember who owns Canada. Same folk been trying to rein in the States United since the founding of our nation. Get this straight-The Bank of England established The District of Columbia, The Federal Reserve and it's agents (families of) control it to this day. We fight a 500 yr old consolidation of money power. No, the North didn't win The Civil War...it was the last battle of The Revolutionary War and ENGLAND won. We are still a REPUBLIC- and if we will all get behind the laws that do protect our liberty we can beat this beast. Take the long view of history and let's get this right! http://www.gemworld.com/USAVSUS.HTM

[-] 2 points by clydecatskills (17) from Stormville, NY 3 years ago

You sound unhinged. Get help.

[-] -1 points by BofL (434) 3 years ago

Does sound "crazy" doesn't it. That's why you won't ever learn. Check the link. Read slow. Do you want to win or just talk?

[-] 2 points by gestopomillyy (1695) 3 years ago

the federal reserve was not established until 1913.

[-] -1 points by BofL (434) 3 years ago

Perfect. Now go learn whodunit. You think the original 13th ammendment just disappeared POOF for no reason? Look that up. Then see who secretly created the Federal Reserve at Jekyll Island in 1910 (ESTABLISHED in 1913). Do you REALLY think Imperial England just tucked tail and left? Wrong. The Civil War was funded by The Bank of England. Take another look.

[-] 0 points by slizzo (-96) 3 years ago

squatting issues aside, the concept of free speech in canada is nowhere near as strong and protected as it is here in the USA. people get put ON TRIAL for saying or writing things that...are you ready...hurt feelings.

seriously. look into the mark steyn prosecution. complete insanity and pc goons run amok. a disgrace. canada needs to be a lot more like the US.

[-] 2 points by clydecatskills (17) from Stormville, NY 3 years ago

You missed the point. The judge said the free speech thing was fine, it's the occupying land part that isn't covered.

[-] 0 points by slizzo (-96) 3 years ago

it was an addition aside from the point, since it had to do with canada and their free speech shortcomings.

[-] 2 points by clydecatskills (17) from Stormville, NY 3 years ago

there aren't any shortcomings since the issue of free speech wasn't questioned by the judge. why do you hate canada?

[-] 1 points by ronjj (-241) 3 years ago

From the people I talk to, your last sentence DOES NOT represent the majority opinion of the people of Canada. STOP pushing your agenda and crap off on the Canadians.

[-] 0 points by slizzo (-96) 3 years ago

"your last sentence DOES NOT represent the majority opinion of the people of Canada"

when did I say it did?!?!?

anyway, kneejerky, the point is canada's free speech shortcomings are troubling to say the least. hurt feelings are not a good reason to limit speech like canada does. and on that point, I couldn't care less how many of any group agrees or disagrees. what's right is right, and freedom trumps feelings 24/7/365, B.

[-] -1 points by BofL (434) 3 years ago

Canadians are excellent (99% of them) just like every other nationality on earth. Move along