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Tuesday, November 17, 2009

New Marc Emery documentary: "The P.O.P."

Paul McKeever, lawyer and leader of the Freedom Party of Ontario, has put together a documentary about the political activities of Marc Emery. The documentary will be released very soon, around the same time as the book, "Seeds of Liberty: The Marc Emery story."

Here is the trailer for the forthcoming movie (I admit, I'm really excited about this):

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Here is the trailer for the forthcoming movie (I admit, I'm really excited about this):
Posted by P.M. Jaworski on November 17, 2009

Yawn. If the rest of the "movie" is as good as the trailer McKeever could make a lot of money by letting people into the screening for free and charging them to get out.

Posted by: The Stig | 2009-11-17 7:29:36 PM


Such a pessimist. Tsk tsk.

Posted by: Steve Bottrell | 2009-11-17 7:45:07 PM


Who's Marc Emery?

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2009-11-17 8:42:17 PM


Another pantload about Mark Emery.

Posted by: Bocanut | 2009-11-18 3:35:18 PM


Will McKeever be disclosing Emery's massive organizing and campaigning for the national NDP party, a socialist party which wishes to massively infringe on peoples' liberties, or is he on the Drug Lord Emery's payroll too and therefore blind to Emery's radical Marxist activism?

Marc Emery states that he personally has signed up, quote, "thousands" of members for the NDP.

Well, why is McKeever bothering with his own freedom party when Ontario clearly already has one, at least in his estimation: the NDP?

Posted by: Self Determination For All | 2009-11-19 9:57:50 AM


Yawn. If the rest of the "movie" is as good as the trailer McKeever could make a lot of money by letting people into the screening for free and charging them to get out.

Posted by: The Stig | 2009-11-17 7:29:36 PM

Spoken like a true socialist.

Posted by: Doug Gilchrist | 2009-11-20 9:57:35 AM


Who's Marc Emery?

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2009-11-17 8:42:17 PM

Of course Zebulon Pike is too stupid to know who Marc Emery is.

Posted by: Doug Gilchrist | 2009-11-20 9:58:54 AM


Will McKeever be disclosing Emery's massive organizing and campaigning for the national NDP party, a socialist party which wishes to massively infringe on peoples' liberties, or is he on the Drug Lord Emery's payroll too and therefore blind to Emery's radical Marxist activism?

Marc Emery states that he personally has signed up, quote, "thousands" of members for the NDP.

Well, why is McKeever bothering with his own freedom party when Ontario clearly already has one, at least in his estimation: the NDP?

Posted by: Self Determination For All | 2009-11-19 9:57:50 AM

The Ontario NDP is the communist party.

Posted by: Doug Gilchrist | 2009-11-20 10:01:20 AM


I love how people who support the authoritarian Conservative party accuse the NDP of wanting to control peoples lives. The NDP are more supportive of individual rights than any other major party. They are not the ones trying to dictate what natural health products we can choose, pushing mandaTORY minimums for our vices, or telling people who they can marry. The Conservatives are the fascist authoritarian control freaks, not the NDP.

Posted by: DrGreenthumb | 2009-11-20 2:20:01 PM


drugs should be legal. anything less is futile. imagine a "crime" in which there are no guaranteed victims, only markets and free will. stupid. organised crime loves the status quo; every upper echelon cop loves the status quo.

'k, my tired but true mantra is taken care of...

but, you know, its too bad that the spokesman for an important liberty issue (and a basic litmus test for liberty) has to be an NDP/libertarian cross-dresser. what a f:)cking contradiction.

when are you guys at the Shotgun going to fess up and admit that Emery is kryptonite to us? every time you post about him, the latent busybodiness and moralist aspiring well up in our suddenly pursed-lipped and prissy conservatives, and they fill the comment threads.

how the hell are we supposed to gain credibility? you keep bandying the term "libertarian" around this guy, but never mention that he whored-out and supported the federal NDP in 2004, endorsed Svend Robinson in 2006, and is the leader of a Party that endorsed Green Party candidates in BC. what's next?

i can understand uneasy libertarian/conservative alliances; it happens in the US regularly. but a libertarian/socialist alliance? how does this jive? enlighten me.

Posted by: shel | 2009-11-21 3:29:21 PM


"The NDP are more supportive of individual rights than any other major party"

i'll pretend i didn't read that.

Posted by: shel | 2009-11-21 3:30:57 PM


...and when you guys post about Emery, every philosophically confused teenager with a sense of entitlement to my wallet posts his/her gibberish.

Posted by: shel | 2009-11-21 4:20:45 PM


The NDP stands today only for the privileged idle leisure class of Ontario. The only individual rights they're interested in is their right to take from every individual outside of Ontario. And they'll pick them clean.

If you want decisive proof of the NDP's malvolent behavior, look at their fanatical devotion to Kyoto. Now that global warming has been proven to be a hoax by some scientists cooking their data and leftist politicians looking for an excuse to raise taxes, the NDP should fold and merge into the Liberal and Green parties. Together they can be called the Ontario Party, whose motto is "Gimme Gimme Gimme".

Posted by: Zebulon Pike | 2009-11-21 5:13:00 PM


The NDP call for an end to the drug war, that sounds like a pretty libertarian position to me. How you could find any common ground with the authoritarian paternalistic Conservatives is way beyond me. Have you heard of C-6?? It will add a whole bunch more items common used as natural health products to the controlled substance list. Anyone who supports the Conservative party has no business calling themselves libertarian. The conservatives are led by an evangelical Christian fundamentalist who wants to use the law to enforce his own moral views. The Cons are the enemy of individual rights. They will take away a woman's right to choose just like they took away her right to equal pay for equal work. Libertarian youth have all but taken over the NDP under the direction of Marc Emery and Dana Larsen.

Posted by: DrGreenthumb | 2009-11-21 5:31:34 PM


The NDP support will be addressed in the movie.

P.

Posted by: Paul McKeever | 2009-12-09 3:28:16 PM



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