Tuesday, August 04, 2009

The Caribana Police Report: NLE '09 Martial Law Drills in Toronto?


Hello Canadian Truth Seekers,

Just a head's up, Saturday night Marchello and I stayed downtown after the successful street action -- with 10 people there and 100,000 potential customers seeing us -- to see the Caribana celebrations on Yonge Street. We witnessed admitted drills taking place at Dundas Square. Or (de-?) population control exercises.

There were dozens of police in bright yellow vests who were, for the most part, friendly and relatively unobtrusive. Then there were dozens of SWAT teams dressed in all-black with extra-gear who cleared random areas quickly, aggressively and for no reason. They had small red, green and blue flashing lights on their backs. Like robots.

They also walked on the sidewalk in groups of 6 - 8, literally casually clearing people out of the way, unlike the cops in yellow vests who mingled easier with the crowd. Years ago: they were a half-block back in little groups every second street off Yonge. We looked up and saw 50 SWAT cops standing on the north-west corner of Yonge and Dundas. Together in a bunch.

It was insane.

What's next, tanks?

No tanks.

Me'n'March got booted off a Bank of Montreal window ledge a bit aggressively.

I looked at the SWAT like he was insane for asking us to move like that for no reason.

Then I looked at his buddies and heard one of them tapping impatiently on the granite. Then I moved.

I was (audio) recording our philosophizing, so I have that little episode too. No biggie, just "the matrix" acting up.

There's a thin-blue line, but you know... even some of the cops in yellow vests looked freaked-out by the SWAT teams.

Ronin, or masterless samurai' among mortals for the most part. Until they snap-to to form an impromptu crowd-control armed force.

I recorded a SWAT cop later saying "we finished having our fun" (e.g. drills) and appreciated his candour in letting us pass. There was absolutely no reason to herd huge groups of people into each other in some sort of pincer action. Or say "Keep it moving!" from both sides until big bunches of peaceful people are bumping into each other in the middle of Dundas Square in Toronto.

Or no 'good' reason anyway.

So hopefully many cops know it too.

Especially when they abruptly started and stopped.

As if the drills had no rhyme or reason except to see them.

One moment got damn, damn tense. The rest of the time: just tense.

No seriously, it defies logic, which means it's either accidental, or a plan to be this bad

To what end is anyone's guess, but everyone should guess, then maybe a few will get it right.

Better that than accepting this, especially if it's supposed to happen again, or more frequently, etc.

For example: if they simply wanted to clear Dundas Square itself, an audience area that holds at least a thousand people, on a crowded Saturday night, they could've done it in smaller pieces to the point where people hardly noticed.

Like the guys who take the chairs in every night.

But, to aggressively ask everyone to move, to antagonize them just because you can, is evil.

I mean, evil behind the scenes twisting the same guys who let tons of teens smoke pot at The Toronto Freedom Fest.

Of course: nobody follows orders like the military. Or militarized cops. They look really cool and deadly. Right in front of you.

(Don't start with me, finish with me, I've got a "Save The Police!" campaign idea later.)

The SWAT guys are a different breed altogether. Everyone who sees them, and who is exposed to this idea, will agree. I saw, and stayed, and watched, 6 of them approach a random guy under some trees just smoking a cigarette at a Yonge Street parkette, all with their flashlights out, then questioning him for longer than they should, then leaving.

Of course, it's just a bunch of cops.

Who look like they're in "Grand Theft Auto 666: Snitch City".

Whose job it is to f--k shit up. Our shit. If they're asked nicely, of course.


How many cops should it "really" take to make an effective deterrent?

Seriously, with a bunch of girls with more material on their purse than on?

With a bunch of horny guys looking at girls wearing less material than a purse on?

Perhaps two at a corner? With perhaps two 15-shot Glock 9's and 30-shots between them?

And with sticks, knives, tasers -- and -- a hundred big brothers within a hundred feet with the same?

This bat-spit crazy bull-spit has me fuming.

Mostly out of embarrassment.

I'm running for mayor because I don't like this stuff at all.

'Cause I'll tell you this much...

A whole bunch of black Americans "woke up" to the Alex Jonesian police state in some fashion on Saturday night in downtown Toronto, either "again" (they're black Americans), or for the first time (they're young and distracted), after they'd been invited here as tourists for Caribana weekend. To Canada. We're the nice people with snow and beautiful women and stuff. Right?

(Uh, sure. Just ask the Natives from residential schools. Or don't. There. Doesn't that feel better? Like a blindfold and a cigarette.)

Hopefully the visitors who saw us at the street action that day make some sort of connection as a positive, but still...

When "American blacks" are complaining about "Canadian" cops... yeah.

Oh, how the nice'n'mighty have fallen.

But what doeth they?

Anyway, I'm working on a 6-week plan to finally blow-open 9/11 across Canada and stop mandatory vaccines from August 8th - September 11th. Sorry, it was supposed to be out a couple of days ago, but the city tends to eat time, especially when you get more credibility for being able to, like, totally forget all this depressing crap is going on, and like, just party man, yeah.


And then...

There's the "Inform The Uniformed" campaign to deal with stuff in this email, plus lots more. Just like at the 2007 SPP.Gov / North American Union protests in Montebello, Quebec, ordinary people expressing themselves peacefully are starting to feel what it's like for activists expressing themselves peacefully and being pushed out of areas just for the hell (?) of it anyway.


The people who never believed us will soon believe their own eyes anyway.

Believe it.

What "they" could "get away with" at Caribana will be at Taste of the Danforth in 2 years.

Or not.

Anyway, the Game NWOver plans will work, which is awesome and why I'm in a great mood. No matter what, I try to figure it out until I know there's a way out. After that people can do what they want. Not just ways to (maybe?) get salvation after they kill you, or the fake religious stuff the NWO twisted to get us to ignore reality, but ways to actually put the NWO out of business.

At least 'round these here parts they' wreckin', which ain't a bad start.

"They" got caught and convicted -- or at least indicted -- by a global jury of 12 million peers.

That's better than 12 deciding on any person blowing up 9/11 buildings, faking global warming science, etc.

It's an inarguable standard of proof, so pay no mind to those who argue.

Of course...

It's impossible to believe we're right if we're not doing much about it.


Conspira-sheeple bleating "Why don't people wake up?" without trying to wake them up is... bad.

The point:

We need more people to start thinking about how to defeat the New World Order right now. Otherwise we won't be able to. It's not that hard to beat the New World Order. We just have to think about how to beat the New World Order. Seriously. With pens and paper. With plans for small plans that fit into the bigger scheme of a bigger plan over time. We can thrive or survive. If.

If Jesus Himself came back and gave us a plan, we wouldn't understand it because we're not used to planning.

He could lay out the perfect simple blueprint for kicking the Neo-Roman Empire's ass and we wouldn't understand it, so wedded we are to only being the best egosyntonic individual (x) we can be that we can't "build" with others; convinced there's nothing we can do 'cause we never try to think of anything; catching up; or simply happy with a faux-karmic and lazy approach to survival.


Maybe none of the criticism is true.

Maybe we're actively talking nationally about how to fight this together.

Maybe we're working on it right now.

Either way...

Nothing before right now matters.

We're in a room with a King Cobra that wants to kill us.

We've found a 16 shot Glock-9, with the extra bullet in the chamber.

We're better off firing-off as many shots as we can to have a good shot at survival.


In the Infowar, for both the informed and anyone who can get there half-way quickly...

Who's got the guns'n'ammo to blow holes in their local surreality?

Bring'em out, bring'em out.

It's time. Right now.

Peace by piece,




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Monday, August 03, 2009

STREET ACTION: Sat, Aug 8th, 1 - 9 pm, Dundas Square, Toronto, Canada


Hello Toronto Truth Seekers,

Just a head's up, they're going great and 10 people were at the last one, so we're thinking of having 2 shifts at the street action, the first from 1 - 5 pm, the second from 5 - 9 pm, with people going out after if they feel like it. That way people can come whenever they want, take breaks, etc.

If people RSVP for the first and second shift, then I promise I'll stick around for the whole thing. But I won't do it alone. On our own we can be seen as crazy, but with two people we don't look to crazy to make a friend. People also know they can approach the table and not have to talk to anyone because the two people there can talk to each other, so it's a friendlier vibe to put out. We don't mind people just reading or taking stuff and walking away, maybe they're just learning about it.

Frankly if we were there on Saturday night, when Marchello and I were part of the huge crowds of people randomly being pushed around as part of likely NLE '09 (or some other) martial law population control exercises, we would've had thousands of people approaching our table. It was terrifying insanity for an average event, but it was a lot like the SPP protests in Montebello see in "The Nation's Deathbed", so ordinary people are starting to feel what activists go through at protests.

There's a real opportunity to plan to be at places where we know there will be a lot of people at certain times, including staying later at Dundas Square as relaxed (bored?) people casually stroll over after a busy shopping day. Please suggest options for the next 6 weeks until September 11th.



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p.s. this is an awesome video by mr. steven davies, the gifted young filmmaker behind "the nation's deathbed". it's also been entered into a youtube contest to win being featured on many anti-nwo sites, including that of his "deathbed" co-conspirator dan dicks. feel free to check it out and pass it on! :-)

Toronto 9/11 Truth - The Early Years: 9/11 Truth Now!



The Real News: Anti-NWO Journalist Eric Margolis, Tues, Aug 4th @ 7 pm, Gladstone Hotel, 1214 Queen St. West


Hi Toronto Truth Seekers,

This nifty little item was recently sent by Dandy Don Chisholm, it's
around the corner from where I live and I can get there by 7:30 pm, so
I'm going. If anyone wants to join me for a beer please do, a
videocamera would be handy too. I'm not sure how far he'll go against
the NWO, but if he does good work for the bottom, then personally I
won't worry about how (or if) he describes the top. Here's his site:


FYI, his name rings a bell to me because Alan Watt from
CuttingThroughTheMatrix.com says he wrote an article years ago ('89?)
about Margaret Thatcher's talk at Massey Hall in Toronto, and how she
said former leaders of countries work together in "parallel
government" behind the scenes. He seems to be doing good work with a
new book called "American Raj" and may be a good guy to learn from.


TTS Meet-Up



Having no idea if anyone here is into "therealnewsnetwork.com" thought the readership would be interested in this. Eric Margolis is a journalist that has a column in the Toronto Sun amongst other major newspapers in North America and I'm pretty sure the "Elites" would wish he'd just disappear. I'd have to say he's on par with Naomi Klein and has written several books that are on par with what we're all about and is the guest speaker next Tueday evening at the Gladstone Hotel on Queen St. This is an open forum where interaction from the audience is welcome. At the very least, it's a good reason to partake in a few brews and will be broadcast to probably over 8,000,000 people online. We'd maybe be preaching to the choir but it's an opportunity to get some questions out there. At the very least it'll be fun. I don't miss them.
Don C
--- On Thu, 7/16/09, The Real News Network wrote:

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Received: Thursday, July 16, 2009, 3:57 PM

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The Real News Cafe presents
July 16, 2009
Eric Margolis and American Raj

Dear Real News subscriber,

It's time again for The Real News Cafe. After a couple of months break, we are reinvigorating the program and present Eric Margolis in conversation with The Real News Senior Editor, Paul Jay. This particular guest has been promised for some time, so RSVP early to secure your place. Although this event is in Toronto (Canada), we realize that we have a huge international audience and do encourage you to join us online at our website, www.therealnews.com. On the website you will be able to see our chat-room and participate in our live discussion.

Here are the details:

Tuesday August 4, 2009
Gladstone Hotel
1214 Queen Street W
Toronto, ON Canada
7pm EST (North America)
For local times in your city visit http://timeanddate.com/worldclock

As part of our monthly Gladstone series, Eric Margolis joins The Real News to discuss North America's involvement in Afghanistan. Eric Margolis recently released his book, American Raj: Liberation or Domination? Resolving the Conflict Between the West and the Muslim World.

Given recent global events, Margolis will discuss Iran, Pakistan and the surrounding region as well.

Eric S. Margolis is an award-winning, internationally syndicated columnist. His articles appear in the New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, Times of London, the Gulf Times, the Khaleej Times and Dawn. He is a regular columnist with the Quebecor Media Company and a contributor to The Huffington Post. He appears as an expert on foreign affairs on CNN, BBC, France 2, France 24, Fox News, CTV and CBC.

If you can come to The Gladstone Hotel, please arrive a little early if you're anxious to get a seat.

To RSVP, email taruna@therealnews.com or call 416.916.5202

We look forward to your company once again.

Thanks for your support,

Geraldine, Paul and The Real News Team