Condi, Clinton, Bush: 3 War Criminals in 1 Month - Urgent Action!
Urgent: Red Alert General Callout for May 29
Canada's Globe and Mail reports that former US presidents Bill Clinton and George W Bush will appear together in Toronto next month. "The two will be appearing at the Metro Toronto Convention Center on May 29, for a 'moderated conversation'.
George Bush already visited Canada on March 17 in Calgary, where he was vigorously protested and a citizen's arrest was attempted. Although Canada's law requires that 'credibly suspected' war criminals should be barred from entry to Canada or arrested and prosecuted, the process was politically preempted by the PTB and the RCMP war crimes division refused to initiate the process.
With former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice visiting Calgary on May 13, three high level US war criminals will be speaking in Canada in one month. Recently, Respect MP George Galloway was barred from entry as a "terrorist sympathizer" by the Harper government who has concluded Security and Free Trade Agreements with Israel and barred Galloway after consultations with the Jewish Defence League. Harper recently hired Bush's former Press Secretary Ari Fleischer as well as a former Clinton lobbyist.
It is hoped that the good people of Canada will mobilize and respond. John Splitting the Sky attempted a citizen's arrest of Bush when he spoke in Calgary after police and authorities refused and many in Calgary took to the streets to oppose the event. Please plan and consider all possibilities of resistance and protest to make them unwelcome, chase them away or arrest them.
Please alert any and all progressive organizations, students, labour unions, peace groups, churches and humanitarian ngos, resistance groups etc. There must be a response to this intolerable and unacceptable presence of American war criminals in our cities. ARREST THEM or
SHUT IT DOWN!
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