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RichA
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      11-04-2011
In concert with the Occupy welfare bums, some indians set-up shop in
Toronto at the parliament buildings for the province. They made a
fire, then put up signs telling people not to photograph or video it,
because it is "sacred." Public land, public place and they TELL
people they can't engage in photography. The chicken-little coward
liberal premiere who runs the province of Ontario will hide under his
desk like the last time something like this happened and DO NOTHING.
Even when indians assaulted people, right in front of immobile OOP
police officers. It's a disgrace.
 
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Mike
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      11-04-2011
On 04/11/2011 5:43 PM, RichA wrote:
> In concert with the Occupy welfare bums, some indians set-up shop in
> Toronto at the parliament buildings for the province. They made a
> fire, then put up signs telling people not to photograph or video it,
> because it is "sacred." Public land, public place and they TELL
> people they can't engage in photography. The chicken-little coward
> liberal premiere who runs the province of Ontario will hide under his
> desk like the last time something like this happened and DO NOTHING.
> Even when indians assaulted people, right in front of immobile OOP
> police officers. It's a disgrace.
>

How about you go back where you came from! White people stole First
Nation's land.

Mike
 
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Mike
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      11-05-2011
On 04/11/2011 8:45 PM, Gil wrote:
> On 04/11/2011 6:36 PM, Mike wrote:
>
>> How about you go back where you came from! White people stole First
>> Nation's land.
>>
>> Mike

>
> Oh, good one. So that gives them the right to have open fires in
> downtown Toronto. You part of that Caledonia bunch by any chance?
>

Toronto, Ottawa and other places in Canada were never given up in treaties.



 
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Robert Coe
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      11-05-2011
On Fri, 4 Nov 2011 14:43:55 -0700 (PDT), RichA <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
: In concert with the Occupy welfare bums, some indians set-up shop in
: Toronto at the parliament buildings for the province. They made a
: fire, then put up signs telling people not to photograph or video it,
: because it is "sacred." Public land, public place and they TELL
: people they can't engage in photography. The chicken-little coward
: liberal premiere who runs the province of Ontario will hide under his
: desk like the last time something like this happened and DO NOTHING.
: Even when indians assaulted people, right in front of immobile OOP
: police officers. It's a disgrace.

A disgrace it may be, but it's also your opportunity to prove your naysayers
wrong. You, after all, are no chicken-little coward liberal, so show some
spine! Go down to the Indian encampment and TAKE THEIR PICTURES!! Then post
them for all of us to see. Not only will it affirm your courage and your
unwillingness to be bullied by the rabble; it will put an end, once and for
all, to the persistent rumor that you neither own a camera nor even know how
to use one. Opportunity knocks but once. Don't force it to skulk away in
despair.

Bob
 
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snapper@mailinator.com
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      11-05-2011
On Fri, 4 Nov 2011 14:43:55 -0700 (PDT), RichA <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

> In concert with the Occupy welfare bums, some indians set-up shop in
> Toronto at the parliament buildings for the province. They made a
> fire, then put up signs telling people not to photograph or video it,
> because it is "sacred." Public land, public place and they TELL
> people they can't engage in photography. The chicken-little coward
> liberal premiere who runs the province of Ontario will hide under his
> desk like the last time something like this happened and DO NOTHING.
> Even when indians assaulted people, right in front of immobile OOP
> police officers. It's a disgrace.


I suppose they could go back to the "good old days" and shoot them with rifles rather than
cameras.

 
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Mike
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      11-05-2011
On 04/11/2011 10:24 PM, Rich wrote:
> Mike<(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in news:j91pbl$rlu$(E-Mail Removed):
>
>> On 04/11/2011 5:43 PM, RichA wrote:
>>> In concert with the Occupy welfare bums, some indians set-up shop in
>>> Toronto at the parliament buildings for the province. They made a
>>> fire, then put up signs telling people not to photograph or video it,
>>> because it is "sacred." Public land, public place and they TELL
>>> people they can't engage in photography. The chicken-little coward
>>> liberal premiere who runs the province of Ontario will hide under his
>>> desk like the last time something like this happened and DO NOTHING.
>>> Even when indians assaulted people, right in front of immobile OOP
>>> police officers. It's a disgrace.
>>>

>> How about you go back where you came from! White people stole First
>> Nation's land.
>>
>> Mike

>
> You first.
>

Maybe I am status, you pompous ass.

Mike
 
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Trevor
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      11-05-2011

"Mike" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> How about you go back where you came from! White people stole First
> Nation's land.


That's been the way even before homo-sapiens evolved from those who preceded
them. You can only "own" land as long as you can protect it. Ownership
always passes to those who can take it by force or barter. The American
Indians were probably not the first inhabitants in any case, were unable to
keep it by force, and they also made bad trades, time for them to move on.
The current owners will not retain it indefinitely either.

Trevor.


 
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tony cooper
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      11-05-2011
On Fri, 04 Nov 2011 22:37:06 -0400, Robert Coe <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>On Fri, 4 Nov 2011 14:43:55 -0700 (PDT), RichA <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>: In concert with the Occupy welfare bums, some indians set-up shop in
>: Toronto at the parliament buildings for the province. They made a
>: fire, then put up signs telling people not to photograph or video it,
>: because it is "sacred." Public land, public place and they TELL
>: people they can't engage in photography. The chicken-little coward
>: liberal premiere who runs the province of Ontario will hide under his
>: desk like the last time something like this happened and DO NOTHING.
>: Even when indians assaulted people, right in front of immobile OOP
>: police officers. It's a disgrace.
>
>A disgrace it may be, but it's also your opportunity to prove your naysayers
>wrong. You, after all, are no chicken-little coward liberal, so show some
>spine! Go down to the Indian encampment and TAKE THEIR PICTURES!!


Steal their souls!



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Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida
 
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Nervous Nick
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      11-05-2011
On Nov 4, 6:37*pm, Robert Coe <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> On Fri, 4 Nov 2011 14:43:55 -0700 (PDT), RichA <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>
> : In concert with the Occupy welfare bums, some indians set-up shop in
> : Toronto at the parliament buildings for the province. *They made a
> : fire, then put up signs telling people not to photograph or video it,
> : because it is "sacred." *Public land, public place and they TELL
> : people they can't engage in photography. *The chicken-little coward
> : liberal premiere who runs the province of Ontario will hide under his
> : desk like the last time something like this happened and DO NOTHING.
> : Even when indians assaulted people, right in front of immobile OOP
> : police officers. *It's a disgrace.
>
> A disgrace it may be, but it's also your opportunity to prove your naysayers
> wrong. You, after all, are no chicken-little coward liberal, so show some
> spine! Go down to the Indian encampment and TAKE THEIR PICTURES!! Then post
> them for all of us to see. Not only will it affirm your courage and your
> unwillingness to be bullied by the rabble; it will put an end, once and for
> all, to the persistent rumor that you neither own a camera nor even know how
> to use one. Opportunity knocks but once. Don't force it to skulk away in
> despair.
>
> Bob


BRAVO!
 
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Trevor
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      11-05-2011

"Alfred Molon" <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote in message
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> In article <4eb4b62f$0$24911$(E-Mail Removed)> , Trevor
> says...
>> That's been the way even before homo-sapiens evolved from those who
>> preceded
>> them. You can only "own" land as long as you can protect it.

>
> So if somebody steals your property by brute force, that is legal?


Who said anything about legal, and by who's laws? Are you suggesting the
various Indian tribes (there were many) all obeyed the same laws and never
fought over the same land or perhaps buffalo etc. on that land? Only a moron
would believe that. War over land rights is perhaps the number one cause of
war and killing through out all of human history. Laws are simply made by
the governments that occupy that land to say it is OK, if they even had laws
of course.

Trevor.


 
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