30 June 2009

It's all fun and games, until somebody...

...loses a freedom...

"They denounced me as a Zionist and told me I was not welcome in the Pride Parade which was being held in my own city of Toronto, in my own country of Canada, where my ancestors have lived since 1750."

"The sponsors of Pride should think twice about having their names associated with an event that includes such groups."
(via shaidle)

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FROM THE COMMENTS:
"I'll have to watch it again and count how many times I said, 'This is Canada'."
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"Miller also defended a decision to leave it up to residents to clean up after themselves after tomorrow's Canada Day events even though city managers and private contractors were on hand to clean up after the Pride parade."
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7 comments:

Josephine said...

Thanks for the link, Neo!

Can you believe it?!

Neo Conservative said...

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i'm guessing these geniuses were simply terrified that their identities might get back to members of their own, er... "cultural community"... who are not exactly known to embrace the idea of homosexuality.

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Josephine said...

It was bizarre on so many different levels, Neo.

I'll have to watch it again and count how many times I said, "This is Canada".

robins111 said...

Neo, what do you expect from an idiot who wears a tea-towel for a hat.

Neo Conservative said...

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"josephine says... I'll have to watch it again and count how many times I said, 'This is Canada'."

yeah, jo... but remember... they're working on that.

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Josephine said...

You said it, Neo (as only you can).

Philanthropist said...

That's Toronto, where anti-semitic gay pride parades take precedence over Canada Day celebrations.

Those people she filmed have never been to Canada but just know they don't like it.