Thursday, May 24, 2012

Canadian Democracy is Not Mob Rule and Lawlessness








Our Canadian democracy and that includes Quebec, as in all civil democracies around the world, functions and survives because it is based on laws, free elections, majority rule, minority rights, constitutional government, and equality.

Further our Canadian democracy depends on all citizens who attain legal age make an individual commitment to the ballot box, common sense and educate themselves sufficiently to enable them to respect all the laws implemented through free elections, majority rule, minority rights, equality and commitment from all eligible voters to exercise oversight at election time as opposed to anti social behavior, lawlessness and criminality.


However DEMOCRACY does require that
individual commitment, responsibility and respect from all citizens, young, middle age or seniors, for upholding and obeying all the laws of a democratic society. That also includes a respect for fellow humans and private or public property that unfortunately with today’s younger generation is grossly lacking.



Yes a democracy has its flaws and faults but when compared to all other tried and failed systems, forced on citizens throughout history, like Maoism, Leninism, Stalinism, Nazism, Fascism, or Communism, DEMOCRACY is the best and freest system of government throughout the existence of mankind.  

Our Canadian democracy shall always thrive when its citizens understand that while our democracy is not perfect and has faults compared to all other systems of government it remains the best for all Canadians fortunate to be recognized as a Canadian.

Out-of-province unions donating thousands to Quebec student protesters and the question, is it legal?

Anarchy, disrespect and selfishness have turned Quebec into a heaven for socially undesirable leeches.

If student protesters and their union leaders want respect, they must first become respectable.
In Ottawa, Quebec and elsewhere there are no respectable protesters on the streets right now, because all protesters put their own interests ahead of the interests of their fellow humans and the entire country.
Yes it is all about non existing entitlements, anarchy, selfishness, disrespect for the rights of others while demanding that others pay for their existence throughout life so they can contribute little or nothing to the country.
Truly shameful behavior condoned by their parents and urged on by union leaders, jobs for life professors and 34% of Canadians who pay NO provincial or federal income taxes.
In life free people are those with the capacity and intelligence to obey the laws of society and restrain oneself from interfering with the lawful rights of their fellow humans. May 25, 2012 10:09 AM


 http://www.ctv.ca/CTVNews/Canada/20120524/quebec-election-watchdog-warns-students-120524/
Analysis of Political Donations Ontario @ Contributions to Political Parties - Elections Ontario

http://rtd.elections.on.ca/rtd/jsp/en/RTDParty.jsp
















Monday, May 21, 2012

Prepare for an Ontario-wide strike vote in the Fall of 2012 as per CFS!












Signed by:
1. Farshad Azadian, York Federation of Students (YFS) & Fightback (http://www.marxist.ca/)
2. Rashin Alizadeh, University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU) & Fightback
3. Solomon Muyoboke, Ryerson Student Union (RSU) & Fightback
4. Christine Montgomeria-Mione, York Federation of Students & Toronto Young New Democrats (TYND)
5. Jack Humphrey – Graduate Students Union & Fightback
6. Arash Azizi, University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU) & Fightback
7. Jahan Niroomand – York Federation of Students (YFS) and New Democrats of York University (NDYU)
8. Guled Arale – Toronto Young New Democrats (TYND)
9. Simone Akyianu – Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG – UofT)
10. Julian Benson – Fightback & OPSEU local 5108
11. Farid Azadian – Ryerson Students Union (RSU) & Ryerson University New Democrats (RUND)
12. Pedram Moss – York Federation of Students (YFS)
13. Donovan Ritch – Fightback & ATU local 113
14. Jennie Ernewein – Fightback & Ryerson University Alumni
15. Jon Ari – York Federation of Students (YFS) & Toronto Young New Democrats
16. Ahmed Daniyal – Humber Alumni
17. Alejandro Munoz – 4th Year Philosophy Student & York Federation of Students (YFS)
18. Linda Noorafkan – York Federation of Students (YFS) and Undergraduate Political Science Council
19. Mehdi Irani – CUPE 3903
20. Tanesha Darby – York Federation of Students (YFS)
21. Paul Elias – CUPE 3903
22. Aram Keyvani – York Federation of Students (YFS)
23. Sahel Zreik -Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) local 2002
24. Karina Rudenberg – York Federation of Students (YFS)
25. Arman Noory – Afghan-Iranian Youth Network
26. Basel Alchikh-Sulaiman – Ryerson Alumni & Fightback
27. Mobina Basiri – York Federation of Students (YFS) & Co-Chair of New Democrats of York University (NDYU)
28. Tea Celik – York Federation of Students (YFS) & Fightback
29. Mary Berberian – Toronto-Centre NDP & Fighback
30. Amelia Saunders – York University Free Press (YUFP) & York Federation of Students (YFS)
31. Tyler MacKinnon – Etobicoke-Centre NDP & Socialist Caucus
32. Alex Grant – CEP local 2040 & Fightback
33. Camilo Cahis – CEP local 2040 & Fightback
34. Victoria Goldberg – York Federation of Students (YFS)
35. Fadumo Winters – York Federation of Students (YFS)
36. Michael Erickson – Former V.P. External Affairs, YFS & Former CFS-O Constituency Coordinator
37. Jimmy Gutman – Arts Student Senator (McGill) & ONDY eastern organizer
38. Noah Gataveckas – Fightback & Acadia University Alumni
39. Janine Manning – Aboriginal Student Association at York
40. Andrius Ragainis – York Federation of Students (YFS)
41. Ashleigh Ingle – CUPE 3902 & Graduate Students Union (GSU – UofT)
42. Adonis El-Jamal – Students Against Israeli Apartheid-York & Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG-York)
43. Yuri Yarin – CEP local 1996 & Fightback
44. Hariyanto Darmawan – CEP Local 2040
45. Layton Joudrey – Elliot House Chef School (alumni) & I.W.W local 460
46. Ruth Otterman – CUPW Local 548 (Hamilton)
47. Todd Peavoy – CUPW Local 548 (Hamilton)
48. Chris Webb – Graduate Students’ Association (York) & Canadian Dimension Magazine
49. George Wynott – Communications at Youth In Solidarity (Facebook.com/YouthInSolidarity)
50. Wai Kiat Tang – CUPE 3902 Delegate, Toronto York Regional Labour Council
51. Mai Taha – Fightback & CUPE 3902 (UofT)
52. Carolyn Shapiro – CUPE 3902
53. Hammam Farah – Students Against Israeli Apartheid at York University
54. Dan Sawyer – Canadian Autoworkers Local 567
55. Tobi Rene Wilczek – International Socialists
56. Awget Ghebrehiwot – CUPE Local 4948
57. Brandon Gray – IWW and Toronto Anarchist Black Cross
58. Alex Conchie – University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU)
59. Constantinos Crekoukias – United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) & Fightback
60. Janet Csontos – The Student School
61 .Corey Ponder – CUPE 3902
62. James Meades – President CUPE 4600/ Vice-Chair Ontario University Workers Coordinating Committee
63. Katie Mazer – CUPE 3902 & Graduate Students Union (GSU – UofT)
64. Maya Adavi – Young Communist League (YCL)
65. John Paul Catungal – Graduate Student Association (GSA – UofT) & CUPE 3902
66. Seena Taghavi – York Federation of Students (YFS)
67. Vanessa Beaton – Vice-President Academic Affairs & University of Ottawa Common Law Student’s Association, CUPE 2626
68. Thomas Laughlin – U of T and CUPE 3902
69. Matt Hilder – CUPE 3902
70. Alex Moldovan – GCSU/YFS & York West NDP
71. Chee-Mei Chan – Ryerson Students Union (RSU)
72. Matt Gardner – Queen’s University Alumni, University of Western Ontario Alumni & Fightback
73. Ida Zarrabi – University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU)
74. Cam Hardy – UTSU & Platypus Affiliated Society
75. Zahra Shaban – UofT alumni
76. Elise Thorburn – phd candidate University of Western Ontario, PSAC local 610, Greater Toronto Workers’ Assembly
77. Shamineh Mavalvala – University of Toronto Alumni
78. Matthew Shultz – VP Campaigns and Community Affairs, Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SPGS) at Queen’s University / CFS local 27
79. Revolutionary Students Movement (student division of the PRAC-Toronto)
80. Jack Hixson-Vulpe – York University CUPE 3903
81. Taiva Tegler – External Commissioner, Graduate Students’ Association des étudiant.e.s diplômé.e.s, University of Ottawa
82. Matthew Davidson – CUPE 3908 (Trent University)
83. Chris Hurl – VP-External, CUPE 4600, Carleton University
84. Michael Romandel – former student of York and former member of CUPE 3903.
85. John Rose – Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) Local 901
86. Christian Scott Martone Donde – McGill University MA Sociology
87. Alexander Brookes – MUNFA (Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty Association)
88. Katy Fulfer – Western University Graduate Student, President of PSAC Local 610
89. Stephen Peters – McGill Graduate Student
90. Christina Rousseau – Doctoral Candidate at York University; CUPE 3903
91. Kieran Aarons – Instructor, DePaul University & alumni of the University of Western Ontario
92. Jordy Cummings – CUPE Local 3903
93. Tracy Glynn – University of New Brunswick (UNB) Graduate Student Association/CFS Local 67.
94. Mia Bhuiyan – University of Toronto Students Unions (UTSU)
95. Espoir Manirambona – Carleton University Students’ Association, Carleton New Democrats
96. Ingrid van der Kloet – CUPE Local 3903, Ontario Nurses Association, Greater Toronto Workers’ Assembly
97. Brian Foster- Carleton University, member CUPE 4600, former President and VP Academic of Carleton History Graduate Student Association
98. Danji Buck-Moore – McGill, BA 2012
99. Tracy Glynn – Member of the UNB Graduate Student Association/CFS Local 67
100. Eric Kristmanson – OCAD student
99. Tracy Glynn – Member of the UNB Graduate Student Association/CFS Local 67
100. Eric Kristmanson – OCAD student
101. Seher Shafiq – University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU)
102. Steve D’Arcy – alumnus, University of Toronto; member, Huron University College Faculty Association
103. Phillip Ilijevski – Former Coordinator, CFS-Quebec
104. Robert Green – High School Teacher (Montreal)
105. Liisa Priyanka Lugus – Patient Advocate; Director of ME/CFS Assist.org; Co-Owner of The Big Carrot; former Concordia student
106. Jennifer Cypher – PhD Candidate, York University
107. Parastou Saberi – PhD student, York University, CUPE Local 3903
108. Tim McSorley – former CFS-Quebec chairperson, 2004-2005, BA, Concordia University, 2006
109. Emmanuelle Lippé – former CFS-Q employee (1999)
110. D’Arcy Butler, Instructor – College of the North Atlantic; former member of CUPE 3903
111. Alison Fisher – member of GSA Local 84, CUPE 3903 and OSSTF D. 12
112. Darryl Richardson – Seneca College student & Toronto Media Co-Op
113. Dylan Chauvin-Smith – University of Toronto Student Union (UTSU)
114. Sarah Hornstein – York University
115. Alex Winterhalt – Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) & Fightback
116. Stephanie Barton – York University
117. Najimeh Abdorrahimi – Ryerson Social work student (4th year)
118. Arun Smith – Carleton University Students’ Association & OPIRG Carleton Board of Directors.
119. Sasha Englert – York University
120. Martial Champagne – York U Nursing student
121. Nyala Adaoha Eboh – York Federation of Students (YFS)
122. Sadia Khan – UofT alumni
123. Rastko Cvekic – CUPE 3902 (UofT)
124. Dominic Dumont – Writing studies in Laval University student, Quebec city
125. Sarah Stanley – Ryerson University
126. Baliqis Olaitan – University Of Toronto Students’ Union (UofT)
127. Kailee Howorth- York Alumni
128. Kwan Chan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
129. Sandy Oh – CUPE 3902 (UofT)
130. Nazampal Jaswal – York University
131. Jacob Hodgins, President – Laurentian Students Union (LSU)
132. Wendy Skye – Alumni, Carleton University
133. Pantea Ebrahim – York Federation of Students (YFS)
134. Sarah Cholam – York Federation of Students (YFS)
135. Nicholas Buccheri – York Federation of Students (YFS)
136. Julia Malfara – York Federation of Students (YFS)
137. Javed Mohammed – York Federation of Students (YFS)
138. Nulab Ferozan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
139. Arazod Ferozan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
140. Miteh Starkman
141. Ian Wilgus
142. Thai Bowers – York Federation of Students (YFS)
143. Samuel Awotundun – York Federation of Students (YFS)
144. Chris Skerritt – York Federation of Students (YFS)
145. Ahmad Khawaja – York Federation of Students (YFS)
146. Alexandra Mchicoll – Graduate Students Association (GSA)
147. Karen Rivera – York Federation of Students (YFS)
148. Scott Nickel – York Federation of Students (YFS)
149. Samia Tecle – Graduate Students Association (GSA)
150. Ramzi Masri – York Federation of Students (YFS)
151. Kiran Kaw
152. Ashley Simpson – York Federation of Students (YFS)
153. Sarah Merkar – York Federation of Students (YFS)
154. Hena Tyyebi – CUPE 3903
155. Renee Grant – York Federation of Students (YFS)
156. Joulia Adamopoulos – York Federation of Students (YFS)
157. Sheanna Allison – York Federation of Students (YFS)
158. Sadquan Malik – York Federation of Students (YFS)
159. Armikley Fontaine – York Federation of Students (YFS)
160. Xiomara G – York Federation of Students (YFS)
161. Sheena Davy – York Federation of Students (YFS)
162. Danielle Howell – York Federation of Students (YFS)
163. Charlene Locice – York Federation of Students (YFS)
164. Farzi Bishop – YCISS
165. Kwan Chan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
166. Behnam Farahmandzadeh – York Federation of Students (YFS)
167. Kourosh Z – York Federation of Students (YFS)
168. Ali Ziari – York Federation of Students (YFS)
169. Sonia Dhuga – York Federation of Students (YFS)
170. Alancy Rebelo – York Federation of Students (YFS)
171. Michael Beaupre – York Federation of Students (YFS)
172. Goyanthan Thivakaran – York Federation of Students (YFS)
173. Rikhi Pattan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
174. Ayse Gurler – York Federation of Students (YFS)
175. Ebtisam Sharifabow – York Federation of Students (YFS)
176. Jsia De Paolo – York Federation of Students (YFS)
177. Elbora Jokoli – York Federation of Students (YFS)
178. Fahd Ali – York Federation of Students (YFS)
178. Sukissa Mendes – York Federation of Students (YFS)
179. Yafet Twelde – Graduate Students Association (York)
180. Kamalika Bana – York Federation of Students (YFS)
181. Nicole Griffiths – York Federation of Students (YFS)
182. Irina Tokar – York Federation of Students (YFS)
183. Raj Virac – CUPE 3903
184. Tomi Dipo – York Federation of Students (YFS)
185. Laura Ferguson – York Federation of Students (YFS)
186. Andrew Crago – York Federation of Students (YFS)
187. Justice Ramdewar – York Federation of Students (YFS)
188. Leya Hosseini – York Federation of Students (YFS)
189. Sukhmeet – York Federation of Students (YFS)
190. Annette Jubril – York Federation of Students (YFS)
191. Pawl Grey – CUPE 3903
192. Tom Whey – CUPE 3903
193. Breeann Morgan-Hunt – York Federation of Students (YFS)
194. Sarah Usman – York Federation of Students (YFS)
195. Ryan Riccinto – York Federation of Students (YFS)
196. Natasha Mody – York Federation of Students (YFS)
197. Amina Chaudhry – York Federation of Students (YFS)
198. Carolina Benedeth – York Federation of Students (YFS)
199. Kam – York Federation of Students (YFS)
200. Tesharah Briscoe – York Federation of Students (YFS)
201. Tasneem Hussain – York Federation of Students (YFS)
202. Yaw Danguah – York Federation of Students (YFS)
203. Ashug Abbasi – York Federation of Students (YFS)
204. Rajdeep Malhi – York Federation of Students (YFS)
205. Chris Worrad – York Federation of Students (YFS)
206. Andy Xia – York Federation of Students (YFS)
207. Ashley S. – ashley87@yorku.c
208. Adnan Raja – York Federation of Students (YFS)
209. Jamaal Haynes – York Federation of Students (YFS)
210. Peter Mikhailenko – Occupy Ryerson & Fightback (http://www.marxist.ca/)
211. Mehdi Samadian – CUPE 3903

Sunday, May 20, 2012

CFS a Union Sponsored Lobbyists Group?

Canadian Federation of Students

 


The founding principles of this De facto
 union lobbying group operating under the name of the Canadian federation of students is purely that of a self serving special interest group.


Protest Organized by CFS
The interest of Canada as a nation is not to advance the sole interests, needs and desires of any one group at the direct expense of another.

What are the stated real desires and duties of their membership?

One must openly question such De facto groups that has one of their ultimate goals calling for the citizenship of Canadians to ultimately pay the costs for all individual students post secondary education and further recognize the legitimacy of anointed and unelected representative of students in place of their parents and the Canadian ballot box.

Show the nation your faces not your disgraces.

Show Canadian voters the audited results of all student union elections along with the total verifiable number of registered dues paying members and the number who actually vote in any of your so called election that have never been variable.

Only then, perhaps Canadian voters might be in a clearly far better position to consider any recognition or legitimacy of student representation within in the CF'S lobbyist group and its role in Canada as a democratic special interest group.

                                                                                               

NEW Article @

http://www.stephentaylor.ca/2012/05/quebec-style-student-strike-to-come-to-ontario/

Prepare for an Ontario-wide strike vote in the Fall of 2012!

Signed by:
1. Farshad Azadian, York Federation of Students (YFS) & Fightback (www.marxist.ca)
2. Rashin Alizadeh, University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU) & Fightback
3. Solomon Muyoboke, Ryerson Student Union (RSU) & Fightback
4. Christine Montgomeria-Mione, York Federation of Students & Toronto Young New Democrats (TYND)
5. Jack Humphrey – Graduate Students Union & Fightback
6. Arash Azizi, University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU) & Fightback
7. Jahan Niroomand – York Federation of Students (YFS) and New Democrats of York University (NDYU)
8. Guled Arale – Toronto Young New Democrats (TYND)
9. Simone Akyianu – Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG – UofT)
10. Julian Benson – Fightback & OPSEU local 5108
11. Farid Azadian – Ryerson Students Union (RSU) & Ryerson University New Democrats (RUND)
12. Pedram Moss – York Federation of Students (YFS)
13. Donovan Ritch – Fightback & ATU local 113
14. Jennie Ernewein – Fightback & Ryerson University Alumni
15. Jon Ari – York Federation of Students (YFS) & Toronto Young New Democrats
16. Ahmed Daniyal – Humber Alumni
17. Alejandro Munoz – 4th Year Philosophy Student & York Federation of Students (YFS)
18. Linda Noorafkan – York Federation of Students (YFS) and Undergraduate Political Science Council
19. Mehdi Irani – CUPE 3903
20. Tanesha Darby – York Federation of Students (YFS)
21. Paul Elias – CUPE 3903
22. Aram Keyvani – York Federation of Students (YFS)
23. Sahel Zreik -Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) local 2002
24. Karina Rudenberg – York Federation of Students (YFS)
25. Arman Noory – Afghan-Iranian Youth Network
26. Basel Alchikh-Sulaiman – Ryerson Alumni & Fightback
27. Mobina Basiri – York Federation of Students (YFS) & Co-Chair of New Democrats of York University (NDYU)
28. Tea Celik – York Federation of Students (YFS) & Fightback
29. Mary Berberian – Toronto-Centre NDP & Fighback
30. Amelia Saunders – York University Free Press (YUFP) & York Federation of Students (YFS)
31. Tyler MacKinnon – Etobicoke-Centre NDP & Socialist Caucus
32. Alex Grant – CEP local 2040 & Fightback
33. Camilo Cahis – CEP local 2040 & Fightback
34. Victoria Goldberg – York Federation of Students (YFS)
35. Fadumo Winters – York Federation of Students (YFS)
36. Michael Erickson – Former V.P. External Affairs, YFS & Former CFS-O Constituency Coordinator
37. Jimmy Gutman – Arts Student Senator (McGill) & ONDY eastern organizer
38. Noah Gataveckas – Fightback & Acadia University Alumni
39. Janine Manning – Aboriginal Student Association at York
40. Andrius Ragainis – York Federation of Students (YFS)
41. Ashleigh Ingle – CUPE 3902 & Graduate Students Union (GSU – UofT)
42. Adonis El-Jamal – Students Against Israeli Apartheid-York & Ontario Public Interest Research Group (OPIRG-York)
43. Yuri Yarin – CEP local 1996 & Fightback
44. Hariyanto Darmawan – CEP Local 2040
45. Layton Joudrey – Elliot House Chef School (alumni) & I.W.W local 460
46. Ruth Otterman – CUPW Local 548 (Hamilton)
47. Todd Peavoy – CUPW Local 548 (Hamilton)
48. Chris Webb – Graduate Students’ Association (York) & Canadian Dimension Magazine
49. George Wynott – Communications at Youth In Solidarity (Facebook.com/YouthInSolidarity)
50. Wai Kiat Tang – CUPE 3902 Delegate, Toronto York Regional Labour Council
51. Mai Taha – Fightback & CUPE 3902 (UofT)
52. Carolyn Shapiro – CUPE 3902
53. Hammam Farah – Students Against Israeli Apartheid at York University
54. Dan Sawyer – Canadian Autoworkers Local 567
55. Tobi Rene Wilczek – International Socialists
56. Awget Ghebrehiwot – CUPE Local 4948
57. Brandon Gray – IWW and Toronto Anarchist Black Cross
58. Alex Conchie – University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU)
59. Constantinos Crekoukias – United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) & Fightback
60. Janet Csontos – The Student School
61 .Corey Ponder – CUPE 3902
62. James Meades – President CUPE 4600/ Vice-Chair Ontario University Workers Coordinating Committee
63. Katie Mazer – CUPE 3902 & Graduate Students Union (GSU – UofT)
64. Maya Adavi – Young Communist League (YCL)
65. John Paul Catungal – Graduate Student Association (GSA – UofT) & CUPE 3902
66. Seena Taghavi – York Federation of Students (YFS)
67. Vanessa Beaton – Vice-President Academic Affairs & University of Ottawa Common Law Student’s Association, CUPE 2626
68. Thomas Laughlin – U of T and CUPE 3902
69. Matt Hilder – CUPE 3902
70. Alex Moldovan – GCSU/YFS & York West NDP
71. Chee-Mei Chan – Ryerson Students Union (RSU)
72. Matt Gardner – Queen’s University Alumni, University of Western Ontario Alumni & Fightback
73. Ida Zarrabi – University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU)
74. Cam Hardy – UTSU & Platypus Affiliated Society
75. Zahra Shaban – UofT alumni
76. Elise Thorburn – phd candidate University of Western Ontario, PSAC local 610, Greater Toronto Workers’ Assembly
77. Shamineh Mavalvala – University of Toronto Alumni
78. Matthew Shultz – VP Campaigns and Community Affairs, Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SPGS) at Queen’s University / CFS local 27
79. Revolutionary Students Movement (student division of the PRAC-Toronto)
80. Jack Hixson-Vulpe – York University CUPE 3903
81. Taiva Tegler – External Commissioner, Graduate Students’ Association des étudiant.e.s diplômé.e.s, University of Ottawa
82. Matthew Davidson – CUPE 3908 (Trent University)
83. Chris Hurl – VP-External, CUPE 4600, Carleton University
84. Michael Romandel – former student of York and former member of CUPE 3903.
85. John Rose – Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) Local 901
86. Christian Scott Martone Donde – McGill University MA Sociology
87. Alexander Brookes – MUNFA (Memorial University of Newfoundland Faculty Association)
88. Katy Fulfer – Western University Graduate Student, President of PSAC Local 610
89. Stephen Peters – McGill Graduate Student
90. Christina Rousseau – Doctoral Candidate at York University; CUPE 3903
91. Kieran Aarons – Instructor, DePaul University & alumni of the University of Western Ontario
92. Jordy Cummings – CUPE Local 3903
93. Tracy Glynn – University of New Brunswick (UNB) Graduate Student Association/CFS Local 67.
94. Mia Bhuiyan – University of Toronto Students Unions (UTSU)
95. Espoir Manirambona – Carleton University Students’ Association, Carleton New Democrats
96. Ingrid van der Kloet – CUPE Local 3903, Ontario Nurses Association, Greater Toronto Workers’ Assembly
97. Brian Foster- Carleton University, member CUPE 4600, former President and VP Academic of Carleton History Graduate Student Association
98. Danji Buck-Moore – McGill, BA 2012
99. Tracy Glynn – Member of the UNB Graduate Student Association/CFS Local 67
100. Eric Kristmanson – OCAD student
99. Tracy Glynn – Member of the UNB Graduate Student Association/CFS Local 67
100. Eric Kristmanson – OCAD student
101. Seher Shafiq – University of Toronto Students Union (UTSU)
102. Steve D’Arcy – alumnus, University of Toronto; member, Huron University College Faculty Association
103. Phillip Ilijevski – Former Coordinator, CFS-Quebec
104. Robert Green – High School Teacher (Montreal)
105. Liisa Priyanka Lugus – Patient Advocate; Director of ME/CFS Assist.org; Co-Owner of The Big Carrot; former Concordia student
106. Jennifer Cypher – PhD Candidate, York University
107. Parastou Saberi – PhD student, York University, CUPE Local 3903
108. Tim McSorley – former CFS-Quebec chairperson, 2004-2005, BA, Concordia University, 2006
109. Emmanuelle Lippé – former CFS-Q employee (1999)
110. D’Arcy Butler, Instructor – College of the North Atlantic; former member of CUPE 3903
111. Alison Fisher – member of GSA Local 84, CUPE 3903 and OSSTF D. 12
112. Darryl Richardson – Seneca College student & Toronto Media Co-Op
113. Dylan Chauvin-Smith – University of Toronto Student Union (UTSU)
114. Sarah Hornstein – York University
115. Alex Winterhalt – Carleton University Students’ Association (CUSA) & Fightback
116. Stephanie Barton – York University
117. Najimeh Abdorrahimi – Ryerson Social work student (4th year)
118. Arun Smith – Carleton University Students’ Association & OPIRG Carleton Board of Directors.
119. Sasha Englert – York University
120. Martial Champagne – York U Nursing student
121. Nyala Adaoha Eboh – York Federation of Students (YFS)
122. Sadia Khan – UofT alumni
123. Rastko Cvekic – CUPE 3902 (UofT)
124. Dominic Dumont – Writing studies in Laval University student, Quebec city
125. Sarah Stanley – Ryerson University
126. Baliqis Olaitan – University Of Toronto Students’ Union (UofT)
127. Kailee Howorth- York Alumni
128. Kwan Chan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
129. Sandy Oh – CUPE 3902 (UofT)
130. Nazampal Jaswal – York University
131. Jacob Hodgins, President – Laurentian Students Union (LSU)
132. Wendy Skye – Alumni, Carleton University
133. Pantea Ebrahim – York Federation of Students (YFS)
134. Sarah Cholam – York Federation of Students (YFS)
135. Nicholas Buccheri – York Federation of Students (YFS)
136. Julia Malfara – York Federation of Students (YFS)
137. Javed Mohammed – York Federation of Students (YFS)
138. Nulab Ferozan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
139. Arazod Ferozan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
140. Miteh Starkman
141. Ian Wilgus
142. Thai Bowers – York Federation of Students (YFS)
143. Samuel Awotundun – York Federation of Students (YFS)
144. Chris Skerritt – York Federation of Students (YFS)
145. Ahmad Khawaja – York Federation of Students (YFS)
146. Alexandra Mchicoll – Graduate Students Association (GSA)
147. Karen Rivera – York Federation of Students (YFS)
148. Scott Nickel – York Federation of Students (YFS)
149. Samia Tecle – Graduate Students Association (GSA)
150. Ramzi Masri – York Federation of Students (YFS)
151. Kiran Kaw
152. Ashley Simpson – York Federation of Students (YFS)
153. Sarah Merkar – York Federation of Students (YFS)
154. Hena Tyyebi – CUPE 3903
155. Renee Grant – York Federation of Students (YFS)
156. Joulia Adamopoulos – York Federation of Students (YFS)
157. Sheanna Allison – York Federation of Students (YFS)
158. Sadquan Malik – York Federation of Students (YFS)
159. Armikley Fontaine – York Federation of Students (YFS)
160. Xiomara G – York Federation of Students (YFS)
161. Sheena Davy – York Federation of Students (YFS)
162. Danielle Howell – York Federation of Students (YFS)
163. Charlene Locice – York Federation of Students (YFS)
164. Farzi Bishop – YCISS
165. Kwan Chan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
166. Behnam Farahmandzadeh – York Federation of Students (YFS)
167. Kourosh Z – York Federation of Students (YFS)
168. Ali Ziari – York Federation of Students (YFS)
169. Sonia Dhuga – York Federation of Students (YFS)
170. Alancy Rebelo – York Federation of Students (YFS)
171. Michael Beaupre – York Federation of Students (YFS)
172. Goyanthan Thivakaran – York Federation of Students (YFS)
173. Rikhi Pattan – York Federation of Students (YFS)
174. Ayse Gurler – York Federation of Students (YFS)
175. Ebtisam Sharifabow – York Federation of Students (YFS)
176. Jsia De Paolo – York Federation of Students (YFS)
177. Elbora Jokoli – York Federation of Students (YFS)
178. Fahd Ali – York Federation of Students (YFS)
178. Sukissa Mendes – York Federation of Students (YFS)
179. Yafet Twelde – Graduate Students Association (York)
180. Kamalika Bana – York Federation of Students (YFS)
181. Nicole Griffiths – York Federation of Students (YFS)
182. Irina Tokar – York Federation of Students (YFS)
183. Raj Virac – CUPE 3903
184. Tomi Dipo – York Federation of Students (YFS)
185. Laura Ferguson – York Federation of Students (YFS)
186. Andrew Crago – York Federation of Students (YFS)
187. Justice Ramdewar – York Federation of Students (YFS)
188. Leya Hosseini – York Federation of Students (YFS)
189. Sukhmeet – York Federation of Students (YFS)
190. Annette Jubril – York Federation of Students (YFS)
191. Pawl Grey – CUPE 3903
192. Tom Whey – CUPE 3903
193. Breeann Morgan-Hunt – York Federation of Students (YFS)
194. Sarah Usman – York Federation of Students (YFS)
195. Ryan Riccinto – York Federation of Students (YFS)
196. Natasha Mody – York Federation of Students (YFS)
197. Amina Chaudhry – York Federation of Students (YFS)
198. Carolina Benedeth – York Federation of Students (YFS)
199. Kam – York Federation of Students (YFS)
200. Tesharah Briscoe – York Federation of Students (YFS)
201. Tasneem Hussain – York Federation of Students (YFS)
202. Yaw Danguah – York Federation of Students (YFS)
203. Ashug Abbasi – York Federation of Students (YFS)
204. Rajdeep Malhi – York Federation of Students (YFS)
205. Chris Worrad – York Federation of Students (YFS)
206. Andy Xia – York Federation of Students (YFS)
207. Ashley S. – ashley87@yorku.c
208. Adnan Raja – York Federation of Students (YFS)
209. Jamaal Haynes – York Federation of Students (YFS)
210. Peter Mikhailenko – Occupy Ryerson & Fightback (www.marxist.ca)
211. Mehdi Samadian – CUPE 3903





Friday, May 18, 2012

Where is the Report by the Province’s Watchdog and Complaints Committee Regarding Protesters?




Where is the independent report on the lawless actions of burning police cars, smashing store windows, damaging private and public property by masked malcontent anarchist protesters who blatantly ignored our civil laws and committed criminal acts against mankind, peace and the planet they fictitiously claim to represent?
When will there be a truly independent public inquiry centered on the actions of these masked protesters and anti social elements within our Canadian society?
Over 80% of Torontonians, Ontarians and Canadians DO NOT approve of the ape like criminality and increasing lawless behavior of masked protesters, for whatever reasons, now are demanding for an independent watchdog report on the pilfering actions by masked protesters!
What about the hundreds of acts of lawlessness of looting, burning and destruction of private and public property by those black masked protesters who rampant the civil rights of non protesting and  law abiding Torontonians and others who had the common sense to stay away from the area of the G20 events?

Why have no masked protesters been convicted along with the protest leaders from union groups, student groups who played a command role of lawlessness and criminal leadership of the protesters?
When will they stand up, unmask their faces and be held accountable and liable for their civil disgraces?
When will our politicians, judges and the courts be prepared to take the lawlessness and criminal activities of masked protesters and others with a degree of seriousness or step down and hand over the reins of power to elected representative of the public who can?

Who are the wire pullers, politicians, bureaucrats, political parties and judges that are continually allowing our justice system to be so blindly biased and unbalanced?
Have no alarm bell sounded or is it purely a one sided political affair?

Thursday, May 17, 2012

Legal Protesters Show Their Faces Not Their Acts of Disgraces





It is time that masked wearing protesters during demonstrations are outlawed in Canada.  
If a person wants to take his or her time to protest as opposed to voting on election days then do so without hiding your face in shame.
Show society your faces NOT your shame by hiding behind your masks of public disgraces.
Laws require that our police forces display their id numbers when confronting protesters and now it’s time for a civil society to demand that law abiding citizen protesters be legally required to show their faces.
So called student union leaders have allowed and encouraged    increasing acts of attempted domestic terror by masked criminal perpetrators’ from within the membership of such unions.
These socially harmful professional protesters, hooligans, vicious fascists and other social misfit criminal elements across Canada must no longer be condoned by our politicians and appointed judges.
In a civil society such disrespect for the laws of the nation by groups of anarchist hooligans, idlers, unemployable misfits seeking greater handouts and non existing entitlements from taxpayers within the Canada has gone too far and must come to a rapid end.  
Such Anti social behavior by these truly undesirable elements within or outside of the membership of student unions must be labeled for what they realistically represent. And that is acts of Domestic Terror through the use of violence against persons or property in order to coerce or intimidate the student body, the government and or the civilian population in furtherance of political or social objectives.
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Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Masked Protesters must be Outlawed, labeled as Shirkers, Idlers and Attempted Wreckers of Democracy?

Masked protesters during demonstrations must be outlawed, labeled as shirkers, idlers, attempted wreckers of democracy and considered as a possible terrorists action under the criminal code?

Gangs of masked hooligan student union protesters storming and disrupting of university classes is an unlawful and criminal act of violence against students and property.
In Montreal as elsewhere across Canada these increasing acts of lawlessness by delinquent juveniles and socially harmful element with the student union membership have been dangerously increasing and continue unabated by politicians, law enforcement and the courts within the justice system.
These increasing acts of attempted domestic terror by masked criminal perpetrators’ from within student unions by professional protesters, hooligans, vicious fascists and other socially harmful elements within the student body across Canada must no longer be condoned by our politicians and appointed judges.
Such lawlessness must not continue to be referred to by to day’s socialistic main stream media as mischievous pranks, a hoax or amusing acts by likable scoundrel scamps.
This anti social behaviour by such undesirable elements within or outside of membership of the student unions must be labelled for what they realistically represent.
Acts of Domestic Terror through the use of violence against persons or property in order to coerce or intimidate the student body, the government and or the civilian population in furtherance of political or social objectives.
They are villainous enemies of student unions and hostilely dangerous habitual offenders that must be considered and labeled as social outlaws, shirkers, idlers and disruptive wreckers of democracy.

Friday, May 11, 2012

Domestic Terrorism on the Rise in Canada




The unlawful use of violence against persons or property in order to coerce or intimidate a government or the civilian population in furtherance of political or social objectives is Domestic Terrorism and seems to be on the rise and out of control in a number of Canada's largest cities.

In Montreal the recent premeditated throwing of smoke bombs in underground crowded subways was for no other reason than to intentionally cause terror amongst daily civilian subway commuters.

As with all acts of domestic terror these radical anarchists and skipping class delinquent students hoped that their lawlessness terror acts would result in causing a public panic that kills people in seconds as does smoke.  

After what took place in Toronto during the G20 one would have hoped, that any person having the slightest of common sense and a member of the police service board, that alarm bells would have been ringing loud and clear about domestic terrorism and student protesters as socially dangerous elements within society and  attempted wreckers of the public economy.   

Unfortunately Toronto’s appointed, not elected, Chair of our police service board a Mr. Alok Mukherjee concerned himself, the media and the other members of the board about his far more interest with United Nations rules relating to “Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners,” than he and his fellow members were with the masked malcontent anarchist protesters who had ignored our Canadian laws of civil society and began burning police cars, smashing store windows, damaging private and public property?
Last I heard Canadian citizens are subject to and under our government’s national Canadian laws.
Perhaps he and his fellow police service board members do not know what is the legal definition of domestic terrorism?
To my knowledge as of this day Mr. Mukherjee has not publicly expressed his personal or that of the police services board, revulsion over the violence and the black stain these hooded, lawless anarchist protesters caused and left for the taxpayers and business of Toronto to dig out of and pay the costs?
These ongoing acts of domestic terrorism by criminal perpetrators’ and professional protesters residing in our Canadian cities in no stretch of one’s imagination, even in today’s socialistic media or our justice system, should such lawlessness be condoned or labelled as mischievous, amusing acts by like able scamps, a prank or attempted terror hoax.

Our Canadian laws should be amended to ensure that the young offenders Act dose not apply or is available as a defence for any person in Canada charged of domestic terrorism or conspiracy relating to same.

Any criminal act of domestic terror attempted or otherwise in Canada is a criminal act of domestic terrorism against civilians and the full force of the law must always be applied against such socially dangerous criminal delinquents and lawless hooligans.

All such acts, attempted or otherwise, must be legally and severely dealt with and upon conviction should automatically result  with the removal of these radical anarchist pilferers and wreckers from our Canadian cities and the community for life and not a mere penalty sentence of between 2 to 5 years.

The sketch below of those accused to date represents a group collectivization of idleness radical anarchist hooligan pilferers of public space, buildings and private property who are not gainfully employed and are a dangerous antisocial element within society that demands the full force of the law and legal system is applied equally and harshly against such juvenile or adult delinquency be they young or old offenders.

Update from Globe and Mail and Montreal Gazette

http://www.montrealgazette.com/news/Applause%20erupts%20in%20court%20as%20four%20accused%20in%20Montreal%20m%C3%A9tro%20shutdown%20return%20to%20custody/6618214/story.html


Geneviève Vaillancourt, Roxanne Belisle, François Vivier-Gagnon and Vanessa L'Écuyer face charges of conspiracy, mischief and committing a hoax regarding a terrorist activity, an offence punishable by up five years in prison.
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Monday, May 7, 2012

European Union Constitution Not Conceived by We the People

The media and other supports of a new world order would have us all believe that the E U’s constitution is a force for democracy, human rights and of course the protection of minorities.
However, the truthful fact is that the constitutional settlement of the EU was adopted in defiance of the will of its citizens within its own boundaries. 

Let's keep in mind that the constitution of the USA commences with We the People, whereas the EU constitution, as amended under the European Treaties, starts with His Majesty the King of the Belgians!
 
From its beginning the EU dismissed the referendum results from the citizens of those countries within its own borders in favor of a constitutional structure that in reality is essentially and without question anti democratic in nature.
A document initiated from the top down by aristocrats, technocrats and lifelong bureaucrats for their desire of a community of people that an overwhelming majority of European citizens did not accept.
The EU, similar to other ultra nationalistic European governments in the past that had no time for a parliamentary democracy, has accepted undemocratic constitutional means in determining a method for a united Europe.
Its formation and constitution achieved relevant majorities in the legislative bodies by not accepting the referendum results or by the ballots of its citizens.    
The EU was a reorganization from the top down of the body politics that throughout the history of Europe by numerous previous leaders spoke for the forced creation of a socialistic community of the people by the government technocrats and bureaucrats but not by the people or for the citizens of any member countries.   
Its constitution, regulations and governing system vested its supreme powers into the hands of an appointed European commission consisting of unelected career technocrats and jobs for life bureaucrats.
Embodied in the regulations and constitution the EU executive through its supreme power has a monopoly on the right to legislation, which in terms of democracy is an outrageous concentration of power to be wielded by unelected life long career officials.
The constitution and regulations were deliberately conceived to ensure that these appointed and unelected officials would be invincible from the ballot boxes of member states.
Thanks to this Europeanization of formerly independent European governments through the formation of the EU one can accurately conclude that this body is nothing more than a fanatical extreme of Supra nationalism at the highest social ethics and morality as envisioned through the eyes of career unelected aristocrats, technocrats and bureaucrats with lifelong jobs at taxpayers expense.
When given the choice between democracy and supreme dictatorial powers the EU shall always side with supra nationalism by means of an autocratic form of government.

As such the European Union is nothing more than an autocratic form of government in keeping the that type's and forms of government's throughout Europe over the centuries that unfortunately still exist today. 

Citizens from all countries should keep in mind that the political class of aristocrats, technocrats and lifelong career bureaucrats represents no one but themselves.

The factual conclusion is that European Union's constitution is based on empowering the government and controlling the citizens
whereas the constitution of the United States of America was based on empowering the people and controlling the government.   


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