Occupy the Rainbow Bridge January 1st 2012





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Published on Jan 6, 2012

Shortly after 9/11 under the auspicious title The Security and Prosperity partnership Canada and the United States have been working towards greater integration of economic and security policy and co operation sighting the ominous and questionable threat of terrorist attack as justification for consolidation of power.

On December 7th 2011 President Obama and Prime Minister Harper met at the White House to discuss furthering boarder security and trade agreements, establishing the Beyond the Border Working Group whose priority is among other things to strengthen cross-border law enforcement and further engulfing Canada and the U.S. into a North American Union.

On January 1st 2012 Occupy Toronto protesters traveled to Niagra Falls to meet with American protesters from Occupy Buffalo on the Canada/US Rainbow Bridge.

The event was called Bridge the Divide.

The meeting was a show of support and solidarity with Occupy Buffalo who are still in occupation.

The purpose of the event was also to raise awareness about the recent agreements between the US and Canada to create continuity of government between the two nations further centralizing power into the hands of corporate and state heads and threatening the sovereignty of both Canada and the US.


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