The Toronto Peace Rally That Wasn’t…

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  1. Ha! Who asked that?

    1. It was the woman in the picture with the scarf- I haven’t a clue who she is, but she seems to know who you are! lol

      1. I see a pic of two women, one holding a sign at her waist, one holding on to a sign’s stick, one of those?

        1. The woman on the right with the sign at her waist…

          1. OK I vaguely recognize her, I believe, if I’m correct, she was decked out in full Hezbollah gear, at Queen’s Park a couple of years ago, I’ll hunt up the pic

              • sanwin on September 11, 2013 at 10:24
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              She was at the Al Quds rally this year decked up in the latest Hizbollah fashion accessories.

              http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/9430501557/

              http://www.flickr.com/photos/[email protected]/9433275586/

              1. Yup that be her.

  2. where exactly do you find these nutjob rallies?

    1. On the nutjob Facebook pages!

      1. by the way – that “Socialist Worker” publication you show at the beginning of the video?

        it also featured an article saying that socialists need to “understand Islamist organizations” so that together they can “build solidarity” to resist western imperialism

        http://socialiststudies.blogspot.ca/2013/09/utsus-buddies-university-of-toronto.html

        1. They’re a total disaster…

    • The Hammer on September 11, 2013 at 07:20
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    I wonder how many people there are being paid by Damascus. Or by Tehran. Middle East dictatorships have been known to pay ex-pats to protest. A few years back an American ex-Marine and UN worker in Darfur published a book, with photos, about the Darfur genocide. The Sudanese government paid Sudanese people in the US to follow him to book talks and lectures and try to discredit him. Some of these people may be family of the Syrian and Iranian diplomatic corps.

    • Devils Trumpet on September 11, 2013 at 16:05
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    The anti-American crowd,regardless of the issue.I seriously doubt some have a clue on what their against, they’re just against everything and they never can articulate what they’re for.Likely all CNN watchers and nothing else other than the propaganda being fed by a few,they lap it up like dogs.Ask them the specifics and I’m sure you’ll get blank stares or claims of having their words twisted even though they’ve said nothing other than the script they’ve been given.One would feel sorry for them if they were not so obtuse and contemptuous of those who ask questions or enlighten them with the truth.
    It’s outright stunning to see support for a tyrant who has killed over 100,000 of his own people in just two years.It begs the question,just what sort of tyrant would they not support?Or are they against democracy?That raises other questions,why are you here,why not go to Syria if it’s ruled by such a fun-loving,happy-go-lucky dictator?

    • Allan on September 11, 2013 at 16:58
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    Bunch of parrots. Go the hell back then, if you love Assad so much. Why did you come to Canada? Could it be because there is no war in Canada? Hypocrites.

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