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Brigette DePape, iconic images, and Occupy

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While establishment journalists muck around in muddy waders searching for a clue about the Occupy movement, condescending in their attitudes because they do not understand, I look back on perhaps a bit of the genesis of our Canadian versions of Occupy.

Brigette DePape.

Like the Occupy movement itself, Brigette’s action . . . → Read More: Brigette DePape, iconic images, and Occupy

Jack Layton, Just Like the Rest of ‘em

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Jack Layton just finished telling Craig Oliver that he thought what young Brigitte DePape did was wrong. He basically said that while he and the rest of ‘em are striving for that all polite decorum, she was disrespectful. Like Carolynn Bennett and Dizzy Miss Lizzy, ol’ Jack basically said that while he is . . . → Read More: Jack Layton, Just Like the Rest of ‘em

Dizzy Miss Lizzy Now Just Part of The Establishment Woodwork, Along With Senator Porky Puffy Duffy

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Various reactions to the highlights of the throne speech show in the form of  ex-senate page’s  Brigitte Depape’s protest in the middle of the floor, flashing her “Stop Harper” sign (see more details from Jymn’s post) yesterday had the usual reactions and  yielded a few surprises.

First from Senator Porky Puffy Duffy, who . . . → Read More: Dizzy Miss Lizzy Now Just Part of The Establishment Woodwork, Along With Senator Porky Puffy Duffy