A warm Canadian welcome for Dick Cheney

Submitted by: strop 6 years ago in

A warm and polite Canadian welcome for Dick Cheney, eh.
There are 58 comments:
Male 1,164
"Shouldn`t these people be clubbing seals somewhere??"

It`s not the proper season! Gosh, have some respect for foreign customs.
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Male 5,811
Well at least I have to applaud the Vancouver PD, they weren`t pepper spraying or unlawfully arresting people this time, at least from what I saw in the footage.
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Male 14,331
trial*
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Male 14,331
Shouldn`t these people be clubbing seals somewhere??
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Male 14,331
@Chaosmaster

Cheney didn`t kill the guy he was with Teddy on the other hand left that girl to drown and got away with it.

@Student_Law

So by this logic when`s Tony Blairs trail considering he went along with it.


All these hippies need to shut up or Cheney might start blasting bird shot into their faces!
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Male 1,010
@Cleanergirl: he cancelled a trip to Switzerland, after learning that legal action was being taken to arrest and interrogate him for war crimes, and eventually trial him.

Organizations in Europe are working on the same thing, in other countries. So far i have only heard of the Swiss incident.
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Female 109
Dubyuh can`t go to Europe?... Is that true?
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Male 1,010
So what.. George W Bush may face arrest and a war crimes trial if he comes to Europe.

Bush: "Iraq has Al Qaida connections, and weapons of mass destruction. We have to attack them"

United Nations and the Security Caounsel: "No, your slideshows don`t mean 5hit."

Bush: "FU". Kills thousands of people. Nobody knows why. Turns out, it wasn`t a very clever financial plan, eiter.

Of course the world will be after these people. Bush and Cheney are war criminals. And the way finances and power is shifting in this world of ours, it may well happen.
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Male 95
I thought we were bad for birthing that sadistic abortion that should have been. It seems a significant chunk of Canada actually likes him if he`s involved in some big event of some sort.
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Male 573
I never liked G Bush much, but I hated Cheney. A totally vile man.
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Male 2
I wish I could spit on Cheney -I swear he has horns... He is a war criminal himself and is clearly delusional. I just wish Canada took a stand to these right-wing loonies.
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Male 249
Arresting this non-nice individual... that will never happen.
Unless you gather 300-400K people to the streets, make a deal with army officers(not generals) to support the people with firepower, fudgec the police with all you got, and there you go! You got yourself a nice upthrow. Simple recipe, hope we`ll see that kind of scenario in usa and ca... Until then-OBEY
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Male 17,511
jtrebowski: [quote]With that kind of rationale, shouldn`t we be invading North Korea or China?[/quote]

Please tell me how that`s possible without starting world war 3 ? It isn`t, that`s why we don`t.
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Male 17,511
antagonizer: Maybe some fear mongers have rattled your brain a bit too much, Everyone that`s been arrested as a terrorist has had hard evidence against them. "It can happen to anyone", is a load of malarkey, used to exaggerate for rhetoric and propaganda purposes.

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Male 12,138
And this is why I emigrated to Canada, and not America.
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Male 234
"I`d still rather go hunting with Dick Cheney than driving with Ted Kennedy; that is of course if Ted were still alive.

Are you kidding? I`d rather go driving with Kennedy, at least then you know they are going to shoot him.
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Male 3,646
I`d still rather go hunting with Dick Cheney than driving with Ted Kennedy; that is of course if Ted were still alive.
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Male 646
@sethmccary...

I`m not gonna say anything mean... Just don`t think that Bush cannot go to Europe because some random protester said it... Think about it, he can go if he wants...

Man, you really took that personal son... Sheesh...
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Female 1,356
wow! the end was really strong!

One more thing. Conservatives.... they would.
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Male 934
Cheney does have a monstrously one-sided view on world politics. Basically, "We`re right, you`re wrong, and we do what the hell we want to motherdrater."
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Male 208
@HI-haole: "Just because that one random protester said it, do you really think that`s true?...

Some people will believe anything... I swear..."

Hey man, that`s messed up bro. Don`t you have anything better to do? I swear..."

...and the Most Bored Of Them All award goes to...ME! for responding to this douches post. Man I need a girlfriend.
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Male 1,735
Around 8:40, did she really just say "Do you have kids, I hope they die, I hope you die" Perhaps they have no choice but to go cause it`s their job. Maybe they actually agree with you and you just said you hope they and kids die. "F`ing hippies"
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Male 1,735
As well informed as the second gentlemen seems to be, I would think charges would have to be laid before a country would prevent them from entering. Just because you could be charged doesn`t mean much. Someone has to actually put the whole thing in motion.

I think the reasons Chaney brags about torture comes down to two things. First and foremost, it worked, not completely, but they did get info that stopped many attacks that otherwise would of most likely happened. Secondly, wasn`t it all done in a country that isn`t part of the U.N. and not under it`s regulations? I thought lots of countries outsourced that kind of work due to such regulations. They are just smart enough not to get caught.

At first I was kinda intrigued because it was the first I`ve heard of Bush and Chaney being so called "War Criminals" but than about the half way point I switched to thinking "F`ing hippies".
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Male 219
Crackrjack!!! Two thumbs up!!! Patchouli, two middle fingers up!
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Male 758
Attention America please keep your douchbags to yourselves. Don`t let them out anymore!
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Male 646
@sethmccary:
WOW didn`t know that bush couldn`t go over to Europe. That`s freaking awesome

Just because that one random protester said it, do you really think that`s true?...

Some people will believe anything... I swear...
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Male 546
Very tolerant of differing political points of view.

Just goes to show the power of the press.

I wonder how the same crowd would react to a visit from Moammar Gadhafi or Mahmoud Ahmadinejad?

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Male 550
Cop at 8:28 seemed kinda cool. He was just chillin` doing his job. Wasn`t abusing anyone. Was just moving people outta the way and didn`t abuse anyone. ALL cops should be like this cop.
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Male 2,790
aboot
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Male 208
WOW didn`t know that bush couldn`t go over to Europe. That`s freaking awesome
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Male 508
@CrakrJak It can happen to anyone...for any reason. All it takes is an accusation and an excuse. You may think you`re immune but think again.

Laws get abused daily, usually by the people who make them.
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Male 1,284
its just like the war on communism and drugs , there is always a good reason to make that weaponry industry work
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Male 3,369
@CrakrJak: With that kind of rationale, shouldn`t we be invading North Korea or China?
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Male 3,369
@Norris. Awww, my heart bleeds for you, you little Fascist. Here. Here`s something you can fap to.
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Male 17,511
jtrebowski: Again, terrorists are not soldiers they do not qualify for Geneva convention protections, period. There were WMDs in Iraq, just because they didn`t find actual nuclear warheads doesn`t mean there weren`t plenty of other deadly materials there, including tons and tons of yellow cake uranium.

Saddam boasted of his nuclear capabilities and made threats with them, there was no reason to not believe he didn`t have those abilities and Iraq is a much better place without him.
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Male 3,369
@Crakrjak: You`re missing the point. Cheney is the one that cost our military heroes lives. There was never any reason for us to go into Iraq after our intelligence made it clear that there were no WMD`s there, and yes, torture is illegal.Ronald Reagan signed the treaty agreeing not to torture in 1988. That makes your messiah a war criminal.
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Male 1,011
YT is slow today, taking forever to watch this...

im saddened by the lack of tear gas and pepper spray :|
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Male 17,511
antagonizer: That can`t happen to a normal American or Canadian citizen, if you start assembling bombs and make terrorist plans then you deserve to loose your freedoms because you`ve planned on removing others freedom to live.
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Male 508
@CrakrJak "These idiots weep over a waterboarded terrorist yet want to prosecute those that want to protect us and our freedoms."

Like the freedom to be detained and imprisoned indefinitely without charge? Ya they`re real heroes.
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Male 1,471
What`s with the not-beating and tazing of the protesters?.. I don`t understand what`s happening here.. The guys with cameras are left alone??..wth???
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Male 683
I`m impressed with how the Vancouver Police handled the situation. Well done Canada.
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Male 17,511
Still with all this left-wing `war criminal` bullpoo ?

Terrorists do not fall under the Geneva convention rules, they are terrorists and should be treated as the slime they are. These idiots weep over a waterboarded terrorist yet want to prosecute those that want to protect us and our freedoms.

Screw these liberal gas bags, they don`t deserve the freedom they enjoy at the cost of our military heroes.
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Male 1,011
um, yea, id like to see proof of various European powers wanting to actively arrest Bush or Cheney.

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Male 3,477
About as useful... I would like to see people like these protesting Hitler in 1939.
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Male 688
Why don`t people ever learn?

Protests don`t work unless you have serious numbers.

You wan`t to make a change, kill someone.
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Male 2,422
In 2006 the Supreme Court ruled in Hamdam v Rumsfeld that the Geneva conventions could not be circumvented by U.S. military commissions which were a violation both of the Geneva conventions and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. Immediately after this ruling the Bush administration pushed through the Military Commissions Act which changed the definition of what constituted a prosecutable war crime under section 3 of the Geneva Convention, which retroactively shielded the Administration from being held accountable for war crimes. If the administration knew that what they were doing was NOT a gross violation of international law concerning torture they would not have had to protect themselves with a superfluous law. If you are interested: Conversations with History
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Male 508
@gladhatter LOL Give it a try. Remember where +60% of your water comes from...our lakes and rivers.

Drink up...
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Male 179
Where are all the Polar bears and Eskimos?
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Male 5,164
Canada people FTW!
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Male 749
@patchouly, what Canadians did he torture? And why?
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Male 219
LOL!!!! Bomb Canada next!?
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Male 3,369
@gladhatter: Hope you and Dick like it warm, because both of you are going to Hell.
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Male 1,073
Someone needs a good high heel in the eye or ear...
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Male 4,745
The fact is, he perpetrated war crimes against Canadians. Whether it was legal in the U.S. is irrelevant. It is illegal here. Torture Canadians and you should be arrested for it.
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Male 4,745
Freaking right. He should have been arrested on the spot. Shame on our government for allowing safe passage to this evil war criminal.
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Male 219
to hell with liberal Canadian jackasses!!
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Male 25,416
meh....
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Male 2
Link: A warm Canadian welcome for Dick Cheney [Rate Link] - A warm and polite Canadian welcome for Dick Cheney, eh.
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