Did The Unitarian Church Of Montreal Overplay Its Hand By Calling In One Too Many False Alarms To The City of Montréal Police Service In N.D.G.?
One of the last things that the female police officer who questioned me said to her two colleagues before they left the scene of the non-crime was -
"C'est les niaiseries."
In other words, the misguided (to say nothing of highly misleading) Montreal Unitarian's complaint call to the City of Montréal Police Service alleging that I was "behaving aggressively" was yet another example of Unitarian*Universalist bullshit aka U*U BS.
Such false complaints called in to the police are what are commonly known as *false alarms* and police and other emergency service professionals take a rather dim view of false alarms aka nuisance alarms, perhaps especially when such nuisance alarms are called in by DIM Thinking, and indeed just plain dim thinking as in stupid. . . Unitarian*Universalist U*Us spouting U*U BS.
Which brings us to today's peaceful public protest against diverse U*U injustices, abuses and hypocrisy in front of the Unitarian Church of Montreal to which two SPVM police officers from Station 11 were inevitably called. . .
I will fill people in on the details later, but today's encounter with two Montreal police officers concluded with one of them saying -
i.e. "(Have a) Good protest."
As they drove away leaving me to continue my peaceful public protest in front of the self-described Unitarian Church of Montreal.
I am pleased to report that I actually did have a good protest today, indeed I had such a good protest today that I decided to return to the scene of the Big Fat U*U Thoughtcrime, after having some lunch at McDo's and doing a little book and CD shopping on Sherbrooke Street, and continued my protest until about 1:30p.m. as the outrageously hypocritical, freedom endangering, Totalitarian Unitarians of Montreal were exiting the Unitarian Church of Montreal following today's Remembrance Day service.
For now I will just take this opportunity to *remind* outrageously hypocritical Montreal Unitarians, who go to considerable (and quite shameful. . .) highly questionable lengths to censor and suppress my legitimate criticism and dissent, about these lines from John McCrae's WWI poem 'In Flanders Fields' which has become an essential ingredient of Remembrance Day ceremonies in Canada -
Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.
I would like to think that by firmly and forthrightly standing up for those now constitutionally guaranteed civil rights and liberties, especially freedom of opinion and freedom of expression, that Canadian soldiers ostensibly died for in WWI and WWII, to say nothing of any subsequent wars to defend and preserve our democratic way of life and related civil rights and liberties, that I have not broken faith with those who died defending the values of Western democratic society.
Hopefully those Canadian soldiers who fought in WWI and WWII will sleep reasonably well while I hold the torch of freedom of expression high under the outrageously hypocritical asses of Totalitarian Unitarians aka U*U THU*UGs who have repeatedly sought to compromise and suppress the Western democratic values that these soldiers died defending.
THU*UGs is a brand-spanking new U*U acronym for -
Totalitarian "Humanist" U*U Goons
such as Rev. Ray Drennan and Frank Greene for *example*. . .
or alternatively the THU*UGs acronym *could* stand for -
Thoroughly Hypocritical Unitarian*Universalist Goons