Tag Archives: Montreal

They Will Not Control Us! We Will be Victorious! – Removing The Shackles –

My Friends….. the time has come to take our power back!!!!  This is IT. THIS is the time. THIS is the NOW.

All over this glorious planet of ours people are standing up.  They are standing up for all sorts of reasons, but they are unified in one action: THEY STAND UP!
Make your stand how ever you want, but make your stand!  The media controllers are doing all they can to try to convince the world that those standing up are but a few dissonant rebellious youths who just want to make trouble and make a fuss.  BUT…. their control of their own media is very quickly slipping through their fingers.  The news is leaking out so fast now, that the tiny cracks that appeared in the dam last year are now threatening to become a high pressured deluge that will burst from the confines of iron control. Continue reading
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Hundreds Of Lawyers Join Montreal Uprising To Protest Bill 78 – Silent March For Canadian Charter Of Rights – 29 May 2012

Hundreds of lawyers marched through the streets of Montreal on Monday in a nearly silent protest contesting the constitutionality of Bill 78, Quebec’s latest law that attempts to bar the current student protest and strike. Many marchers carried copies of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Continue reading

Jean Haines – Casseroles [Pots and Pans] – Montréal, 24 Mai 2012 – Plus: An Open Letter To The Mainstream English Media – 27 May 2012

“Why aren’t you writing about this? Does joy not sell as well as violence? Does collaboration not sell as well as confrontation? You can have your cynicism; our revolution is sincere.”

Video by jeremiebattaglia.com

Manifestation à Montréal contre la hausse des frais de scolarité et la loi 78.
Les gens se retrouvent à des coins de rues pour faire le plus de bruit possible à l’aide de casseroles.
Un grand merci à Avec pas d’casque et Grosse Boîte pour la musique! Continue reading

Zoltán Glück And Manissa McCleave Maharawal – Waging Non-Violence – How Students Are Painting Montreal Read – 27 May 2012

(Link to  explain what the Red Square means link to article)

On Wednesday night in Montreal, we shared a long dinner with student organizers, discussing everything from police tactics in Montreal and New York to the necessity of an anti-racist and anti-colonial framework for our movements. Our hosts noticed that, around the time that the nightly 8:30 p.m. march was supposed to begin, we were getting nervous about missing it. They laughed and said, “Don’t worry, it will go on until 2 a.m.” Or at least they normally do. Continue reading