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  • Marco Galileo
    endorsed via 2014-01-12 13:43:00 -0800
    Idle Saint Joseph versus Idle No more First Nations


    Giant statues of idle St. Joseph cannot speak and cannot move.


    Giant statues of idle St. Joseph have no hearts, no brains, no mouths and no sound.


    Giant statues of St. Joseph are permanently idle and forever idle.


    Made of heavy plaster, St. Joseph’s statues are idle and honestly, dead.


    Giant statues of St. Joseph are not human and they have no spirits in them.


    Giant statues of St. Joseph represent a historical person two thousand years ago (2,000 years ago) in the Bible in Israel. St. Joseph did not say one word in the Bible.


    St. Joseph is not a Quebecer. St. Joseph is not a Canadian.


    First Nations people of Quebec and Canada are older than St. Joseph and are real people who can speak and are alive.


    First Nations people have lived in Canada for thousands of years

    versus

    St. Joseph Oratory which is only a hundred years old (100 years old).


    First Nations people of Quebec and Canada are older than St. Joseph and older than Saint Brother Andre and older than the Congregation de Sainte-Croix (CSC) older than idle arrogant priests at the Oratory especially CSC priest Claudel Petit-Homme who is from Haiti – he’s not a Canadian like the First Nations people (see news about him below).


    The giant statue of St. Joseph in front of the Oratory overlooks the College Notre Dame, a few feet across the street.


    For 50 years, idle St Joseph gazed at the sodomy crimes against hundreds of students.

    For 50 years, idle St. Joseph did not say anything to stop the Congregation de Sainte-Croix pedophile priests and clerics.


    For 50 years, idle St. Joseph did not come down to cross the street and go inside the College Notre Dame to stop the bestial Congregation de Sainte-Croix pedophile priests and clerics.


    Read more in http://popecrimes.blogspot.ca/
  • Marco Galileo
    endorsed via 2014-01-12 13:41:55 -0800
    Idle Saint Joseph versus Idle No more First Nations


    Giant statues of idle St. Joseph cannot speak and cannot move.


    Giant statues of idle St. Joseph have no hearts, no brains, no mouths and no sound.


    Giant statues of St. Joseph are permanently idle and forever idle.


    Made of heavy plaster, St. Joseph’s statues are idle and honestly, dead.


    Giant statues of St. Joseph are not human and they have no spirits in them.


    Giant statues of St. Joseph represent a historical person two thousand years ago (2,000 years ago) in the Bible in Israel. St. Joseph did not say one word in the Bible.


    St. Joseph is not a Quebecer. St. Joseph is not a Canadian.


    First Nations people of Quebec and Canada are older than St. Joseph and are real people who can speak and are alive.


    First Nations people have lived in Canada for thousands of years

    versus

    St. Joseph Oratory which is only a hundred years old (100 years old).


    First Nations people of Quebec and Canada are older than St. Joseph and older than Saint Brother Andre and older than the Congregation de Sainte-Croix (CSC) older than idle arrogant priests at the Oratory especially CSC priest Claudel Petit-Homme who is from Haiti – he’s not a Canadian like the First Nations people (see news about him below).


    The giant statue of St. Joseph in front of the Oratory overlooks the College Notre Dame, a few feet across the street.


    For 50 years, idle St Joseph gazed at the sodomy crimes against hundreds of students.

    For 50 years, idle St. Joseph did not say anything to stop the Congregation de Sainte-Croix pedophile priests and clerics.


    For 50 years, idle St. Joseph did not come down to cross the street and go inside the College Notre Dame to stop the bestial Congregation de Sainte-Croix pedophile priests and clerics.


    Read more in http://popecrimes.blogspot.ca/
  • Anneke Fidler
    endorsed 2014-01-07 08:50:46 -0800
  • Harvey Wang
    endorsed 2014-01-05 18:48:43 -0800
    As a non-native person from the Boston area, I support this movement. Respect the rights of the First Nations and honor the treaties, Respect all indigenous peoples.
  • Victor Nolet
    endorsed 2014-01-02 11:46:05 -0800
    In solidarity from the diaspora south of the border. We all must be Idle No More!
  • Kerry Desjardins
    endorsed 2013-12-29 14:00:49 -0800
  • TAMMY MCMILLAN
    endorsed 2013-12-20 17:52:04 -0800
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  • chris johnston
    endorsed 2013-12-18 08:14:53 -0800
  • Eric Beardy
    Eric's Northern Tempo Recording Studio endorsed 2013-12-17 13:43:30 -0800
    It is time for Indian Law to come back in our land.
  • Laurette Anderson
    endorsed 2013-12-14 22:04:15 -0800
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  • Kathryn Tessier
    endorsed 2013-12-10 07:31:24 -0800
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  • Jaime Carrasco
    endorsed 2013-12-10 07:25:23 -0800
  • Kelly Copeland
    endorsed 2013-12-10 07:03:29 -0800
  • Pat Martin
    endorsed 2013-12-10 07:02:17 -0800
  • George Best
    endorsed 2013-12-10 07:00:28 -0800
    I fully endorse Idle no more! We need to step up and end injustice across our nation. We can’t be hypocritical by being on the right side of history when it came to South Africa in the ‘80s and ’90’s and then turning our face away from our own Canadian citizens. We are all treaty people!
  • Wendy McPeake
    endorsed 2013-12-10 06:57:52 -0800
  • Maureen O'Donnell
    endorsed 2013-12-10 06:53:51 -0800
  • jackie evans
    endorsed 2013-12-10 06:44:09 -0800
  • Pier-Luc Turcotte
    endorsed 2013-12-08 10:04:45 -0800
  • TImothy Old
    endorsed 2013-12-08 07:57:38 -0800
  • stuart jackson
    endorsed 2013-12-07 18:41:19 -0800
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  • Brian Duffy
    endorsed 2013-12-04 07:16:11 -0800
  • Caroline Lubbe-D'Arcy
    endorsed 2013-12-02 19:08:58 -0800
    Idlenomore can save our environment from corporate greed. We need to keep unconventional fossil fuels in the ground. Away with the tar sands and shale gas. WE need to say NO!
  • Canadian First
    endorsed 2013-12-01 13:28:34 -0800
    U.S. gasoline politics should boost Canadian producers Add to …

    Oil producers in Canada and the northern United States stand to be big beneficiaries of U.S. President Barack Obama’s effort to insulate himself from political fallout over rising pump prices.


    Amid warnings that U.S. pump prices could hit $5 (U.S.) a gallon if the standoff with Iran escalates, Mr. Obama is engaged in a campaign swing through the U.S. Midwest to offset Republican attacks on his energy policy.

    On Thursday, he will stop in Cushing, Okla., and his aides have already signalled that the President will endorse the speedy approval of TransCanada Corp.’s plan to build the southern leg of its proposed Keystone XL pipeline, connecting the Cushing pipeline hub to the refineries on the U.S. Gulf Coast.


    The project would connect Canadian oil producers to the vast Gulf Coast refining region, and help shrink the discount that crude producers from Canada and North Dakota’s Bakken field receive for their oil.


    The President finds himself between the rock of Iranian confrontation and the hard place of rising gasoline prices, which would spike dramatically if oil tanker traffic in the Persian Gulf is severely disrupted. The U.S. and European Union have imposed sanctions on Iranian crude sales over its nuclear ambitions. Tehran has threatened to retaliate by closing the vital Straits of Hormuz to oil tankers.


    In a report Wednesday, BMO Nesbitt Burnsanalysts said there is a “real possibility” of pump prices hitting $5 (U.S.) a gallon if the geopolitical turmoil heats up. That would translate to about $1.70 a litre in Canada.


    While the bank said it wasn’t forecasting $5 gasoline , many analysts warn pump prices could soar to $4.50 this summer, which would cause widespread pain in the North American economy and present enormous challenges to Mr. Obama’s re-election bid.


    But there is little that governments can do about rising crude prices , at least in the short term, said Michael Lynch, president of Strategic Energy and Economic Research Inc. of Cambridge, Mass.


    “The only thing the government could really do is to tell the Iranians: ‘We’re ending all sanctions, please keep pumping,’ and I don’t see that happening,” Mr. Lynch said.


    “The Iranian situation, along with unrest in Syria, is the biggest factor now in the market driving prices up and those things are not under the control of importing governments, including the U.S. government.”


    Republican presidential candidates – who are urging the President to be even tougher with Iran – have slammed him over gasoline prices. They criticize Mr. Obama for not opening up more federal land to drilling, for imposing costly regulations, and for proposing new taxes on oil and gas producers. And they have condemned his decision to force TransCanada to re-route the Keystone XL pipeline and re-apply for a permit.


    Mr. Obama responds by pointing out that the U.S. is now the world’s fastest-growing producer of crude oil, and that aggressive new fuel efficiency rules and growing biofuel production are driving down gasoline demand. As a result, the U.S. dependence on imported oil is now at a 17-year low and falling.


    As he prepares to land in Cushing Thursday, the White House has confirmed that Mr. Obama supports fast-tracking approval for the southern leg of the Keystone XL project. Because it does not cross the border, that portion is not subject to the cumbersome State Department review, and the company expects to obtain necessary permits this year and finish construction in 2013.


    TransCanada spokesman Terry Cunha said Wednesday that the Keystone pipeline would give Gulf Coast refiners “access to cheaper Canadian oil, which should put downward pressure on U.S. gas prices.”


    But many analyst say it will lead to increased prices for North America’s benchmark West Texas intermediate oil, which has been trading at a significant discount to international crudes such as North Sea Brent and against which Canadian crudes are priced.


    “The only thing the pipeline project would do is to bring the price of WTI closer to the price of Brent or water-borne crudes in the Gulf Coast region,” said Jesse Mercer, manager for oil markets for Washington-base consultant, PFC Energy Group.
  • Emily Keating
    endorsed 2013-11-29 08:03:13 -0800
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  • Lawrence Turner
    Unique Library endorsed 2013-11-22 18:14:14 -0800
    Time to save Mother Earth from the alien lizards !
  • Suzie O'Bomsawi
    endorsed via 2013-11-19 19:24:21 -0800
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    I support Idle No More. Please join me & endorse the movement: http://www.idlenomore.ca/endorse?recruiter_id=257513
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