Slowly, Slowly. . .
My current priority is effectively dealing with the recent seizure and destruction of my picket signs by a couple of overly aggressive and poorly informed Montreal police officers who apparently believe that a century old municipal anti-pamphleteering bylaw, that was apparently stricken from the books in 1999 in any case. . . carries more legal authority and weight than the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms. I will be quite busy in the next little while contesting the ticket, filing formal complaints with the appropriate organizations such as the Police Ethics Commission and Quebec Human Rights Commission as well as protesting in front of the police station itself.
Needless to say I will of course be contacting the media, local and otherwise, to try to convince them to responsibly report on this latest infringement on my constitutionally guaranteed human rights and freedoms at the behest of outrageously hypocritical Montreal Unitarians who seem intent on censoring and suppress my legitimate public protest. Indeed Montreal Unitarians who seem to be blissfully ignorant of the fact that the Unitarian Church of Montreal's minister emeritus, Rev. Charles Eddis, proclaims in an effectively fraudulent and obsolete Canadian Unitarian Council pamphlet 'What Unitarians and Universalists Believe' that "We jealously guard the right to know, to speak and to argue freely, according to conscience, within our own church and in society at large. We are opposed to censorship by church, state, or
any other institution. We believe that truth emerges more clearly
under conditions of freedom." Gee. . . Could have fooled me Charles. Perhaps you can explain to your fellow UUs just how it is that, because Montreal Unitarians desperately sought a court injunction to have my public protest in front of the Unitarian Church of Montreal completely quashed, I was falsely arrested by Montreal police in December of 2000 on highly questionable criminal public nuisance charges that didn't stand up to even one of the three very simple questions that I asked during my cross-examination of the Unitarian Church of Montreal's perjurious prosecution witnesses? Three simple questions that led directly to my being acquitted of those false criminal charges in 2003 that the police should have asked before proceeding with my false arrest and the Crown prosecutor should have asked before proceeding with a criminal trial that ended in an acquittal before I could even present a defense because the charges were so flimsy?
That's it for now. Plenty to chew on there. More later. . .