Before It’s Too Late

Before It’s Too Late

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May 20, 2012
 

In his commentary at The Real News, Senior Editor Paul Jay notes the anti-democratic legislation of Canada and the United States — aimed at denying Canadian and American citizens the right to assemble, speak and protest their respective governments’ crimes against humanity — demands an answer. As Jay observes, if protesting crimes against humanity cloaked as security and austerity measures is now against the law, then we better find ways of holding the criminals on Wall Street and the politicians they own accountable before it’s too late.

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