Quebec protesters now advocating violence

- June 12th, 2012

khadir charest violence

I’ve been saying for some time that the Quebec protests are about overthrowing the government and democracy, this isn’t about tuition anymore.
Now we have this story announcing that “Charest mort aux pieds de Khadir” or Charest dead at the feet of Khadir.
That’s what you are seeing in the photo above.
Amir Khadir, the far left member of the Quebec legislature is the man portrayed in the top hat, Premier Jean Charest is dead at his feet. On the other side of this image a Montreal police officer lays dead.

Welcome to Quebec’s revolutionary summer.

The news of this poster, which apparently was created some time ago, comes just after the weekend that saw the street thugs claiming to speak for students, out giving Nazi salutes.

I don’t really care that the protesters and supporters claim the salutes were sarcasm, it’s a dumb move.

So how did Khadir react to the front page of Le Journal de Montreal showing the disturbing image with him standing over a dead Charest? He said it was just a parody and that he found it funny. Oh, but he might sue the newspaper.

And this man is the co-leader of a political party in Quebec.

None of this will help calm down the tense situation on the streets of Montreal. I expect more violence on the streets this summer and I don’t think it will be started by the police.

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4 comments

  1. Bill Elder says:

    I hope people see how these largely communist youth riots are directly linked to the item about public school indoctrination in happy-face communism and its sainted revolutionaries. You can’t romanticise communist war lords and dismiss their inhuman political cleansing pogroms, misrepresent socialism/communism/anarchism as the shining ideal in schools and university without the predictable result you see rioting on the streets of Montreal.

    All through public school I had to correct the fallacious history and political ideas the kids picked up there. Before University I advised my boy to stay out of poli-sci, even as an option, and stick with classic liberal arts like history, philosophy, logic, math and science. He turned out well and I never had to bail him out after some student (Marxist) demonstration. He confided in me one time that the left wing “activist” clique on campus is usually a group of the worst students or slackers and collectively have the intellect of a turnip. I can see that in the Montreal footage of the losers with the Che shirts and nazi salutes.

    We seriously have to look at the revisionist history and politics being foisted on our kids. If the seeds are watered with poison you get toxic fruit.

  2. Gabby in QC says:

    This poster is indicative of the mind-set of the left. The left cries foul, as in this example http://blogs.montrealgazette.com/2012/06/10/duceppe-more-thin-skinned-than-harper-not-amused-by-zoofest-comedy/ but thinks the poster depicting Premier Charest lying dead at the feet of a victorious Khadir is “humour” and acceptable under the aegis of freedom of expression.

  3. General XYZ says:

    Police attempts to keep protesters far away from the Crescent street area may have succeeded under the explosions of stun grenades on Thursday, but on Friday and Saturday protesters ran circles around the police who tried to keep them far, far away. On Saturday they tried to plug the hole used Friday by widening the perimeter but that too was defeated with the St. Patrick’s maneuver and the rush up Stanley street. The result of all this was a lot of clashes with police that left people in a bad mood when more police would show up during the marches. They know the decision to ban them from Crescent as well as from the public park was political, that the police serve political ends. I think that celebrating the victory over the police was more appropriate but the politicisation of the police is an issue that led to the Nazi salutes. That stuff stops when the police leave the protesters alone as they did on Tuesday night. By the way, those backing Charest have been talking of the War Measures Act and causing severe physical harm to the protesters including the killing of protesters and this in the name of a political philosophy that aims to punish those victims of the recent economic meltdown and reward those who either caused it or benefited from it, a morally reprehensible position that’s already killing people in Greece and elsewhere in Europe.

  4. Brian says:

    Has anyone noticed that it is always the leftists who are the violent ones. The right of center protesters are polite and obey the law.

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