A documentary film about the G20 summit that took place in Toronto, Canada in the summer of 2010. The results of which lead to the arrests of over 1100 people and the largest violation of civil liberties in Canadian history.

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In the summer of 2010, world leaders and activists from around the world gathered for the G20 Summit in Toronto, Canada. New laws which were passed in secret, just before the summit, resulted in a legal landscape which violated much of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. With over 19,000 police officers and security personnel on hand, the results lead to over 1100 arrests, martial law in downtown Toronto, and the most massive violation of civil liberties in Canadian history. The whole world is watching. Written by Anonymous

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A documentary film about G20 Summit in Toronto Canada and the 1105 primarily illegal arrests.

Great work to the filmmakers, especially to how this film can contribute to a global revolutionary movement against the selfish capitalists out for greed and profit - often at the expense of good people and the global environment.

The film added pithy, entertaining statements, often even comic when confronting such serious issues of extreme police violence and brutality.

Here is a quote about 10 minutes into the film " ... do not rock the boat - do not ask difficult questions - if you require answers the CBC and the other propaganda channels have all the answers for you. This is a message bought to be by the institute for shopping and buying rubbish you do not need. Giorgio Armani, Gucci, Prada, Dolce and Gabbana - these are your new priest in the Church of Consumerism. "

So true so true ... with the Western World so drugged up with an addiction to materialism. ... And using wars and secret wars to convince the world to follow suit.

About an hour 40 into the movie comments continue about how the police are there to help the corporations. Then shortly after, the narrator on the loud speaker addresses the police, ... "please think what the corporations and international bankers are asking you guys to do. You're increasingly being asked to control us - normal peaceful members of the public. It's not only a Canadian problem and American problem - it's a world problem and the true criminals are the G20 delegates and the international bankers who control them, fund them and install them as puppets as the leaders of our states. Just to end with a message of peace and understanding ... Why did the G20 decide to host itself in the middle of a major city and the need for this totalitarian clampdown."

Great words and great film that will hopefully inspire more to join the movement - rather than live paycheck to paycheck or as with a big house and material possessions that may potentially end up as a living hell when dead. Similar messages of humanity - of being human brother and sister alike - extend through all major religions. The most read book in the world the Bible, clearly states what it takes to get into heaven

  • to paraphrase words to the rich man "give away all you own and follow
the Light!" May we choose to magnify and multiply our inner light and let Earth shine with peace, love and intelligence. Scot


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