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(TheComingDepression) – The Toronto G20 Riot Fraud: Undercover Police Engaged in Purposeful Provocation

Toronto is right now in the midst of a massive government / media propaganda fraud. As events unfold, it is becoming increasingly clear that the ‘Black Bloc’ are undercover police operatives engaged in purposeful provocations to eclipse and invalidate legitimate G20 citizen protest by starting a riot. Government agents have been caught doing this before in Canada.

Montebello 2007 Riot Prevented – Identical Boots Exposed Undercover Police Provocateurs

At the ‘Security and Prosperity Partnership’ meeting protests at Montebello Quebec on August 20, 2007, a Quebec union leader caught and outed three masked undercover Quebec Provincial Police operatives dressed as ‘black bloc’ protestors about to start a riot by throwing rocks at thesecurity police. See the following videos documenting this event.

Stop SPP Protest – Union Leader stops provocateurshttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=St1-WTc1kow

Evidence — Police provoke Violence at SPP protesthttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DCRsj06wT64&NR=1

The operation was exposed by the following picture of the undercover police wearing combat boots identical to those of the security police arresting them.

(Provocateurs in Montebello wear the same shoes as the Quebec policemen who arrest them!) http://www.flickr.com/photos/emiliep/1206638928/

Read more: Here

http://www.globalresearch.ca/articlePictures/g20burrows1.bmp

Pic From 2007 ^

(Globe&Mail) – Police arrest 562 as Toronto G20 protests continue – Read More Here

(CorbettReport) – Video: G20 Provocateurs, Veitch Arrested, Austerity for All – Sunday Update – View Video Here

(CP24) – Video: Two unmarked vans snatch and grab at G20 Toronto – Video Link Here

Video: G20 Toronto Riot Police Swallow Protester – Video Link Here

Video: POLICE SURROUND PROTESTERS AND ATTACK – QUEENS PARK TORONTO – G20 – Video Link Here

Video: Charlie Veitch G20 Toronto Riot Police – Video Link Here

(GlobalResearch) – The Toronto G20 Riot Fraud: Undercover Police engaged in Purposeful Provocation

At Tax Payers’ Expense – Read More Here

(PoorRichardsBlog) – Massive Rally Calls on G20 to Put People Ahead of Banks – Read More Here

(AFP) – Toronto police use tear gas to combat G20 ‘thugs’

Toronto police used tear gas and arrested 75 when a violent mob tried to hijack a peaceful protest by tens of thousands of people against the G20 summit, the city’s police chief said.
“We have never seen this level of wanton criminality on our streets,” chief Bill Blair told a press conference hours after the protest, adding police were still scouring the streets fearing more trouble. Read More Here

(RawStory) – Report: Toronto police rough up journalists, arrest peaceful protesters at G20

“I saw police brutality tonight. It was unnecessary. They asked me to leave the site or they would arrest me. I told them I was doing my job,” he Tweeted. Read More Here

(TorontoSun) – Anarchists leave trail of destruction

Hard-core, balaclava-wearing anarchists burned police cars, smashed and looted stores and threw bricks, bottles and bags filled with urine at police Saturday Read More Here

(RussiaToday) – Video: G20 Protests Heat Up

Reports say black-clad demonstrators broke off from a crowd of peaceful protesters at the G20 summit in Toronto, torching a police cruiser in the financial district and smashing windows with baseball bats and hammers.
Part 1 of 3

Part 2 Here – Part 3 Here

(June 25) – Video: George Butler – Big Money Spent for G8-G20 Summit Security in Toronto – Alex Jones Tv – Video Link Here

(AlJazeera) – Canada’s brewing ‘insurgency’

As leaders of the richest nations gather in Toronto for the annual G8 and G20 summits, Canada has mounted an unprecedented security operation that stands to go down as the largest in the country’s history. Read More Here

(ToronotStar) – Peaceful beginings, violent ending as G20 protests grip Toronto

A look at a full day of G20 protests across the city through the lenses of five staff photographers. See Photo’s Here

Video: Protest march G-20 June 25, 2010 – Video Part 1 HerePart 2 Here

(Globe&Mail) – Compromised civil liberties: the other cost of G20 security

The Ontario government was more than just heavy-handed and oppressive in giving police wide powers at the G20 Summit in Toronto – it was sneaky, too. Read More Here

(TheStar) – Video: Live blog – Sunday, June 27 – Day 2 recap: Peaceful protest turns violent – Video Link Here

7:55 p.m. Queen Street West, Car on Fire Another police car has been set on fire. Peter Edwards reports there are flames in the middle of the street and smoke billowing over the building. Families and residents in the neighborhood are expressing genuine fear

10:16 p.m. Most of the protesters sat down on Front St. E. facing Yonge St. around 10 p.m. One protester on a megaphone shouted that the crowd will be staying there until someone from the G20 addresses them. After a few minutes though, they headed to the Novotel on Esplanade where some protesters chanted in French. Protesters say they’re staying until a G20 leader comes down and hears their concerns.

Also:

Video: G20 Toronto 2010 – Video Link Here

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3 thoughts on “G20 News

  1. A CTV NEWS producer is wrongly arrested by Goon-squad police, held for several hours before being let go. Listen to this guys pathetic explanation of what happened to him and how by his tone and attitude does not feel he was unjustly detained. Truly pathetic. The guy should have been demanding an explanation why he was as were so many others, wrongly detained.

    LINK: http://www.ctv.ca/gallery/html/g20-family-photos-100627/index_.html

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