Good vibes at G20 in Toronto
2010 06 28



Ed Comment: There's always good vibes at the G20 meetings! Remember last year in Pittsburgh, before that in London, same thing. Those that you pay to protect and guard the elite love a good riot now and then, that's what they've trained for. Toronto get's the honor of sharing the love this time. Here is an update with some of the latest fom Dan Filip Radu:

A journalist working for "The Guadrian" has been arrested and beaten by the police. From the Toronto Sun:

Jesse Rosenfeld, a Canadian journalist working for Britain's Guardian newspaper, was arrested during the G20 protests Saturday night and beaten by police, according to his friends, family and onlookers.

"We don't know much," Rosenfeld's friend, Adam Chaleff-Freudenthaler, told QMI Agency.


Read more: Canadian journalist arrested, reportedly beaten





Rubber bullets have been used :
G20 crowds, police engage in standoffs

Unmarked van cars have been used to arrest and detain protesters - unmarked car man just like secret police Stasi and Gestapo. From The Globe and Mail: Police arrest more than 600 as Toronto G20 protests continue

Protest organizers have sent letters and repeatedly asked police and government representatives if they will undertake not to use agent-provocateurs during the demonstrations (like it happend in Quebec and police publicly acknowledge they did). The police emit a shocking statement: "we do not discuss operational details".
Read more: Massive police build-up for Toronto G20 summit

4AM abusive arrests, private property stormed - Gestapo style...
Read more: Family hit by G20 raid say police overreached

Freemasonic symbols found on the Toronto Police Headquartes (unfinished pyramid, obelisc, plastering trowel and cubic stone)




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