Thursday, November 03, 2011

Trouble ahead

Looks like Mass on Sunday could be interesting.

Planned Disruption of Church Occupation Forces Postponement – Vancouver Group Names Provocateurs A Statement from Occupy the Vatican (Vancouver) and Indigenous members of Occupy Vancouver

Sunday, October 30, 2011 on sovereign ©Squamish / Skwxwú7mesh™ Government territory (“Vancouver, Canada”)
Today’s planned occupation of Holy Rosary Catholic Cathedral by our network has been postponed for one week because of our discovery of a plan by paid government provocateurs to incite violence at the event and bring discredit to our efforts and against Kevin Annett – Eagle Strong Voice.
Two of these provocateurs are paid agents of government-funded “Chief” Ed John of the collaborationist First Nations Summit. Their names are Frank Martin and Helen Michel, aka “Telquaa”.
Martin and Michel, assisted by undercover operatives, planned today to publicly condemn and malign Kevin Annett before the media, and incite occupiers to damage church property, causing the arrest of occupiers and the special detainment “for questioning” of Kevin Annett by police.
Our planned peaceful occupation of the Cathedral, and other Catholic church property, will proceed under strict security precautions next Sunday, November 6 at 10 am. This action will include the infiltration of our members into church services in several locations in Vancouver.
As the attached
Notice of Eviction and Right of Entry describes, our occupation of this church has been authorized by Siyam ©Kiapilanoq/CAPILANO™ and by a Necessity Duty under Common Law caused by the murderous and genocidal actions of the Roman Catholic Church.

If our pastor wants a pair of hands ready to defend the Church with some muscular Christianity, I'm ready. Might take along my 'Justice For Isaasc Jogues' placard.

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Glasgow kiss!?

7:39 PM  
Blogger Paulinus said...

Glasgow Kiss of Peace?

6:55 PM  
Blogger Bertie said...

I'm sure you'll let us know how it goes.

9:55 PM  

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