The Police State in Toronto

In anticipation of the G20, the city of Toronto implements the Police State:

They have erected a huge prison encasing, just to remind the people of Toronto that they do live in Gitmo-Nation, and spent over one billion dollars on security that is anything from “secure”.

If tactics of the RCMP mirror those of Quebec police, we shall stand to see many Agent Provocateurs in action at the protests:

Quebec police admit they went

undercover at Montebello protest

Thursday, August 23, 2007 | 7:52 PM ET

From CBC News

Quebec provincial police admitted Thursday that three of their officers disguised themselves as demonstrators during the protest at the North American leaders summit in Montebello, Que.

Protest organizers on Wednesday played the video for the media at a news conference in Ottawa. One of the organizers, union leader Dave Coles, explained that one reason protesters knew the men’s true identities was because they were wearing the same boots as other police officers.

Coles said on Wednesday that the only thing he didn’t know was whether the men were Quebec police, RCMP or hired security officers.

“[Our union] believes that the security force at Montebello were ordered to infiltrate our peaceful assembly and provoke incidents,” said Coles, president of the Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union.

Police said the three were told to monitor protesters who were not peacefully demonstrating to prevent any violent incidents, but they were called out as undercover agents when they refused to throw objects.

In the never-ending fight to protect human liberty, the encroachment provided by these tactics only stands to infuriate and embolden the populace to greater levels.

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