Toronto The Beautiful ~ Under Assault #G20

The G20 summit is happening is Toronto this weekend. It has turned Toronto into a war zone. Over 400 people arrested so far, damages to businesses and our city property will take months to clean up. Toronto’s reputation will be further impacted, already not one of the more loved cities in my fair country, mostly because of its size. It is the immigration hub of the country; all nations from the world are represented, for the most part, peacefully. I would argue to say that no matter where this summit was held, it would have attracted the anarchists, some even speculate these are the same people who trashed Montreal during a recent playoff game, and they weren’t even Montreal fans.

I just call them ‘the angry people’.

I have been at a lot of protests in my life, and many of them included the angry people. Angry people are generally under educated and without purpose – they are all ramped up on anger, so much so that they can’t think straight. The angry people NEVER SOLVE ANYTHING, they don’t lend any purposeful ideas, they aren’t even there for the protest per se, they are there because it is a good outlet for angry people.

We are what we think! They have created the perfect angry world for themselves, going from one targeted place to the next expressing their anger.

Do the leaders need to meet? Yes, more so than ever, the leaders need to meet. Could they have done so somewhere where the anarchists would have less to damage? Of course they could have. There are already fortresses all over the world where these leaders could have met that would not have caused the host country to spend over a billion dollars in prep for the summit and an undetermined amount to clean up.

Canada showed the world this year that we can open our doors and welcome the world population into our humble midst. We also showed that, like the rest of the world, we are victims of purposeless anger, anger without a solution, anger that contributes to world anger, and really nothing else.

So what is the solution?? Again, it comes down to what we’re willing to tolerate. Everyone who participated in the negative knows someone who didn’t – someone who thinks it’s wrong. It’s time to start reporting the angry people who are terrorists that get their glory from destroying things. We’ll all be better off once they realise they are the source of their anger, not the world.

Nothing heals more than helping. When they learn to help, they will change the world.

As for Toronto, it will be a beautiful place of tolerance once again. Even today it shows signs of peace in the aftermath of chaos. Toronto is a place where people can come from their war torn countries and set up a new life of their choosing. Toronto is a soft place to land in an angry world. It is a city I love.

Wishing you a week of peace.

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  • dankitti

    dankitti

    It's kind of sad that these things turn violent. Me and my kitty Spot hope things get better soon. Anyway, things have been calm and peaceful here. My kitty Spot has been floating around the apartment with her hot air balloon in her Great Floating Kitty World. =;=

    It's kind of sad that these things turn violent. Me and my kitty Spot hope things get better soon. Anyway, things have been calm and peaceful here. My kitty Spot has been floating around the apartment with her hot air balloon in her Great Floating Kitty World. =;=

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