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In Ottawa this week, police arrested five university students for displaying a pro-life exhibition.
They were peaceful and merely expressing an opinion and showing the realities of abortion.
In Toronto at the same time, the trial began of a man arrested and charged by police for defending his store against a career criminal with a mass of convictions.
The inescapable conclusion is while the police in this country are supposed to be guardians of the people, they are increasingly becoming agents of the state.
That they are political, or at least obey political masters, is surely now beyond dispute. Notice how they repeatedly refused to arrest or charge violent native protesters in Caledonia, Ont., even after there was filmed evidence of some of the demonstrators attacking people and destroying property.