Fantino home protest video – we will not give up our rights!

CANACE’s Director of Multimedia Production Jeff Parkinson recently put together a short film about our visit to OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino’s home on March 02/08 that eloquently expresses the message we sent that day to the Commissioner. It shows first, Doug Fleming and then, Merlyn Kinrade putting up the flags on hydro poles across the street from Fantino’s home, signifying that Canadians will not be intimidated into abandoning their rights, and that even the most powerful police officer in Ontario couldn’t stop us from exercising those rights even at his own home.

One of the best videos ever made during the struggle against race-based policing, and it’s only 1:45 minutes long! Jeff’s timing and choice of music will send chills down your spine. There’s a shot of me with Merlyn Kinrade clapping near the end as Doug’s flag goes up.

CANACE video, March 02/08: Fantino home protest [DIAL-UP]

3 responses to “Fantino home protest video – we will not give up our rights!

  1. WL Mackenzie Redux

    Is the flag still there?

    VoC REPLY: Hi WL. No, both flags and signs were removed not long afterwards. We talked about going back, but Gary had made a promise to the York Regional Police that we wouldn’t return to Fantino’s home, so we’re keeping our end of the deal. We accomplished what we set out to do, and Fantino knows it. Regards, Mark

  2. WL Mackenzie Redux

    Keep up peeing off the political establisment elites and you will collect so many mobility restriction orders you;ll be under defacto house arrest 😉

    Really sad that honest non violent citizens have their mobility rights trampled by police state bullies but I bet some native extortionists and terrorists can walk into Fantino’s house for tea and a chant any time they wish.

    Dystopia! Look that up in yer Webster’s and see if it doesn’t accurately describe McGuinty regime politics.

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