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    Quote Originally Posted by MikePal View Post
    Wow that comment sure reflects just how ingrained you've become defending this tyrannical society we've become. Shame on you.
    The shame belongs to anyone who doesn't condemn both actions. You said nothing about your fellow travellers disrupting a solemn ceremony to remember those who sacrificed their lives for our nation and chose instead to make a puerile comparison between an organized protest and a single individual who vandalized a cenotaph. I think both are wrong. You clearly think otherwise.

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    I think both are in bad taste, but the graffiti example is worse -- it is a deliberate act of vandalism, desecration and arrogant virtue signalling. Like burning a church because you fell for the MSM "mass graves" propaganda. It also imposes a cost on society, as it involves time and labour to remove.

    The other was a brief and peaceful exchange of some words meant to exalt the fallen. To pay genuine respect to their sacrifice by pointing out our ever-dwindling freedoms as Canadians. The crowd was more hostile towards her than she was to them.

    I'm sure if the fallen soldiers were alive today they would be more offended by a healthy and capable nation of fighting age men paralyzed by fear, laziness and complacency -- the majority of whom let their country sink into tyranny while paying lip service -- than a women brave enough to take an actual stand for her convictions.

    Just my 2 cents.

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    I will agree with that to a point.

    But other wise YES

    Quote Originally Posted by Bushwhacker View Post
    I think both are in bad taste, but the graffiti example is worse -- it is a deliberate act of vandalism, desecration and arrogant virtue signalling. Like burning a church because you fell for the MSM "mass graves" propaganda. It also imposes a cost on society, as it involves time and labour to remove.

    The other was a brief and peaceful exchange of some words meant to exalt the fallen. To pay genuine respect to their sacrifice by pointing out our ever-dwindling freedoms as Canadians. The crowd was more hostile towards her than she was to them.

    I'm sure if the fallen soldiers were alive today they would be more offended by a healthy and capable nation of fighting age men paralyzed by fear, laziness and complacency -- the majority of whom let their country sink into tyranny while paying lip service -- than a women brave enough to take an actual stand for her convictions.

    Just my 2 cents.

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    The verified covid idiots at a restaurant denied a meal to a war vet because he stood his ground when they demanded that he show "His Papers"
    These people should bow their heads in shame.

    https://www.ute.com/video/dqQjnGMTlIZI/

    "REMEMBRANCE DAY TO DISHONOR WAR VETERANS WITH UNCONSTITUTIONAL COVID PASSPORTS IN CANADA"

    *edit the link by replacing ute with bit and then chute....one word

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    This is the only post you and I agree on.

    Not the time or the place to do this ever...
    Mark Snow, Leader Of The, Ontario Libertarian Party

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdbuff View Post
    I never thought Id see people, pretending to fight for freedom, interrupt a remembrance ceremony. Shameful. You can obviously hear the crowd agitated by the women with the microphone. You think people would know better. Distasteful, disrespectful and hurtful.
    There's a few that are hypocrites. Not all.

    There are people who justly are concerned with the vaccine ... that is their choice.

    But for sure, there are plenty morons, that feel they have to act like tyrants and disrespect those
    who took the vaccine as well, to spread fear, terror, division ...

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