June 5, 2011

Perhaps a page should have stuck to her, er, knitting


Kelly McParland Eviscerates a 21 Year Old Narcissist

Now more simple reality:


The Canadian Senate Page Program: Each year, fifteen university students from across Canada are selected to participate in the program - one of the most sought-after privileges available to university students. "Under the direction of the Usher of the Black Rod, these leaders of tomorrow are given a remarkable opportunity to be leaders of today."

Brigette DePape: The 21-year-old graduate from the University of Ottawa made headlines for holding up a protest sign that read 'Stop Harper' at the start of the Throne Speech: "This country needs a Canadian version of an Arab Spring." DePape has since received several job offers and is considering taking a position with the Public Service Alliance of Canada.

Hamza Ali al-Khateeb: A 13-year-old Syrian boy who tagged along at an antigovernment protest in the town of Saida a few weeks ago, was arrested, was burned, beaten, lacerated and given electroshocks. His jaw and kneecaps were shattered. He was shot in both arms. When his father saw the state of Hamza’s body, he passed out...

But Harper must be stopped; up DePape's self-promoting...:


Quel courage. Quelle lèse majesté.

Posted by Mark at June 5, 2011 8:32 PM

A superb juxtaposition, Mark! Such a hero she is ... so incredibly brave ... a future leader ... as if!!!

Posted by: Robert W. (Vancouver) at June 5, 2011 9:05 PM

If you follow the link to Terry Glavin's blog, eventually it leads you to ... Heather Mallick.

Posted by: Robert W. (Vancouver) at June 5, 2011 9:07 PM

A shooting star, too be sure, burning bright in a moment then burning into nothingness(which is some left/socialist/unionist dark place).

Maybe she will one day see the folly of her actions, one can only hope.

Posted by: prairie dog at June 5, 2011 9:17 PM

Oh boy, here comes a culture war. Or as people with foresight call it, western separatism.

Posted by: Peter O'Donnell at June 5, 2011 9:19 PM

Yes, she certainly is brave. I wish I had her courage.

Great job you did there Ma&Pa DePape.

Posted by: SDH at June 5, 2011 9:19 PM

Yes, the Red Star had a front-page pro/con debate about it. Unfortunately, the con writer didn't start his piece with "Heather, you ignorant slut...".

Posted by: andycanuck at June 5, 2011 9:23 PM

With her Marxist world view she will fit right in with PSAC.

Posted by: Ken (Kulak) at June 5, 2011 9:28 PM

Everyone is over-thinking this chickie and her disrespectful conduct.

Her beloved side lost the election, and she is a sore loser. In fact, she is the symbolic leader of a whole lot of post-election sore losers.

She isn't fearing for the future or bravely standing up for some important principle, she just has sore-loser-itis. Why is this not the way her actions have been framed?

Posted by: turtle at June 5, 2011 9:45 PM

Michael Moore is hopping on the Idiot Page's 15 minutes of fame train. Time to expose the horrors of that whole Democracy scam.

Posted by: lyle bert at June 5, 2011 9:47 PM

"and she is a sore loser"

A lot of philosophizing could be done on this, but I think turtle summed it up neatly.

Posted by: whit seven at June 5, 2011 9:48 PM

belated /sarc

Posted by: lyle bert at June 5, 2011 9:49 PM

The left sure has a weird definition of "hero" and "heroics". They are, quite simply, gelatinous.

Posted by: Joey at June 5, 2011 9:55 PM

This dumb cnut is the poster child for raising the voting age to 30. It is clear that intellectual maturity comes later every succeeding generation and today's 21 is yesterday's 13. By gawd the U of Zero is a useless school of dumbas$ery is this is an example of the intellectually vacuous it graduates.

Posted by: Tanker at June 5, 2011 9:56 PM

Tumbrel it is then...

Posted by: syncrodox at June 5, 2011 10:03 PM

Hmm -- a job offer from PSAC. I actually thought she might have difficulty finding employment after this, but a job with PSAC sounds just about right. I have no doubt she will get her comeuppance. The cynical union mentality is so appropriate in this case. PSAC is exactly what she deserves.

Posted by: MaryLS at June 5, 2011 10:24 PM

I have no doubt that she is merely the tool in this well crafted piece of theater. It wouldn't surprise me if some UofZero profs were behind this whole scheme. Will the PMO get the RCMP to quietly investigate? probably...

There are a lot of once-complacent leftards who never thought a conservative majority was going to happen because they believed in their 'public opinion' polls. Now they're striking back like spoiled children, and only showing how foolish they've been all along. We're seeing the fruits of the Trudeau/Cretian Regime suddenly having to face the fact that they're not in power anymore and no longer have the support of centrist Canada. This sort of petulance is just the start of a four year temper tantrum.

Posted by: North_of_60 at June 5, 2011 10:27 PM

"Each year, fifteen university students from across Canada are selected to participate in the program - one of the most sought-after privileges available to university students."

Obviously we have set the bar to low for these positions. Maybe some other criteria could be used that would eliminate spoiled kids who have never wanted for anything and have walked through life getting everything handed to them.

Posted by: $ FKA gord at June 5, 2011 10:30 PM

what a little beeyotch.

Posted by: Soccermom at June 5, 2011 10:47 PM

The media is flaming this into a big story... interviews, articles, etc. They should rather treat it as they treat people that run onto a sport's field (this is a similar type of event, I think), and ignore it. Now, any attention-seeker knows what to do. Please Media, ignore this little twirp.

Posted by: bettie at June 5, 2011 10:47 PM

I think it is funny. This mindless little twit exposed herself as such. Watch her interview, not very intelligent, except by University of Ottawa standards.

Posted by: Paul at June 5, 2011 11:08 PM

She is a hero.

The fact that Harper got the most vote (40%) is not an indication that he is legitimate. In the middle ages, the fact that the majority of people thought the earth was flat didn't mean the earth was actually flat. The majority is often wrong and must be educated. This is Canada in 2011, same thing.

I don't advocate violence. I think a canadian arab spring is a metaphor to indicate a kind of political war against these evil and offensive ideas of Harper.

A kind of anti haper canadian tea party.

Vive Jack Layton.

You better watch out cause if Layton is not elected PM in 4 years, I'll become separatist again.

Posted by: quebecois NDPiste at June 5, 2011 11:14 PM

She is a hero.

The fact that Harper got the most vote (40%) is not an indication that he is legitimate. In the middle ages, the fact that the majority of people thought the earth was flat didn't mean the earth was actually flat. The majority is often wrong and must be educated. This is Canada in 2011, same thing.

I don't advocate violence. I think a canadian arab spring is a metaphor to indicate a kind of political war against these evil and offensive ideas of Harper.

A kind of anti haper canadian tea party.

Vive Jack Layton.

You better watch out cause if Layton is not elected PM in 4 years, I'll become separatist again.

Posted by: quebecois NDPiste at June 5, 2011 11:14 PM

I find it hilarious that the left is hailing her as a hero and a "true Canadian patriot". But lets just spin this around for a second: lets say it was Layton sitting to the right of the Governor General having his throne speech read. If a young right-mided page did the exact same thing the left would be in uproar about how those actions are a disgrace to the parliamentary system, just wants attention, disrespectful brat, etc etc. The hypocrisy from them is unbelievable.

Posted by: Kdog at June 5, 2011 11:23 PM

quebecois NDPiste don't let the door slam you in the ass on the way out!

Posted by: FREE at June 5, 2011 11:25 PM

Actually, I think she could get a job in a topsy turfy world led my Jack Layton. Take a good look at her, she will then be the Canadian Commissar Strelnikov, the mean and vicious general in Doctor Zhivago. Hope this will never happen in Canada.

Posted by: Robert at June 5, 2011 11:25 PM

"You better watch out cause if Layton is not elected PM in 4 years, I'll become separatist again."

Posted by: quebecois NDPiste at June 5, 2011 11:14 PM

No! Have pity!

Posted by: Black Mamba at June 5, 2011 11:28 PM

Hey quebecoisNDPiste, is that a threat? Vote my way or else we take our ball and leave?

You know something, it's that pathetic know-it-all, my-way-or-the-highway attitude that is what's wrong with this country. I feel bad for honest, hard-working Quebecers who want to make the world a better place but have vain people like yourself making them look bad.

Posted by: south side at June 5, 2011 11:33 PM

Okay quebecois ndp, if we take your argument as being your firm position of what constitutes legitimacy, i have two questions for you:

1. How many of the ndp MPs are legitimate - iow they got more than fifty percent of the vote on may 2? And further to that, if the turnout of voters was in the low fifties (as, if memory serves, was the case in a large number of quebec ridings) even with fifty percent of the votes, less than fifty percent of those eligible voted for the ND candidate.

2. And in the 'fifty plus one position on sovereignty' supported by the NDP - is that fifty plus one of those who voted or those who were eligible to vote? If it's the former, then the argument can be made that that is not a legitimate mandate. (for the record it think that the former is legitimate, but then I also think that 40% or what ever percent was needed to form a majority under the rules is a legitmate majority mandate)

And the (idle) threat that you will be come a separatist (again - as if - you gutless pansy - there are hard-boiled separatists like parizeau who in have a lot of respect for - you aren't one of them) then don't wait, become on now, their is not a chance in heck that the NDP will become the ruling party.

To the contrary - it is now highly probable that they will become a regional - Quebec only - party to go along with its far left fringe character.

Posted by: Gord Tulk at June 5, 2011 11:37 PM

This story is about STATE betrayal! nothing more...

Every homeless person has a sad Story!

Posted by: Slap Shot at June 5, 2011 11:47 PM

Bleep the seperatist, and all their yada yada yada. It's like "I'm leaving you! I'm going back to my mother, unless you give me a fur coat" etc, etc.

Sadly, they never follow through. Dont give them anything for four years! See if they go away. It will never happen, all the other goodies on the gravy train is too addictive.

We have to kick this cur out to free ourselves from them.

Now that would be good!

Then renegotiate, and this time make it fair and balanced, with an elected senate.

One vote per taxpayer, and they all count equally

Posted by: trappedintrudeaupia at June 5, 2011 11:56 PM

Vapid leftard wound up by her polisci prof on which she had a secret crush. Up next, burka clad broad in equality page program blows up house. Dont say you did not see it coming.

Posted by: nobody at June 6, 2011 12:01 AM

Actually she is too stupid to know which shoe goes on which foot. End of story. Lets move on.

Posted by: a different bob at June 6, 2011 12:03 AM

She isn't a hero. She was lucky enough to be given a job that requires maturity and responsibility. She blew that trust with a juvenile temper tantrum, a silly stunt. At best she provided an amusing sideshow.

OTOH, she also isn't a bitch, cnut or any other equally immature name. She's just a silly, spoiled kid. She reminds me of new engineering graduates who start off as arrogant know-it-alls. I am sure that, like them, she'll settle down once she starts paying her own bills and working with people who don't think she is a special as she thinks she is.

Posted by: LC Bennett at June 6, 2011 12:08 AM

quebecois NDPiste, you flatter yourself if you think we want you to stay. In fact, like the ROC, I think, if WE had a chance to vote on whether parasites (and maroons) like you get to stay, we’d vote you out. (Ou, si vous voulez, you may stay—but altogether on our terms.)

Smarten up, or, as far as I’m concerned, be gone—and jolly good riddance.

Posted by: lookout at June 6, 2011 12:09 AM

Re: "You better watch out cause if Layton is not elected PM in 4 years, I'll become separatist again." O.K. NDPist. We'll watch out. I am sure your being a separatist -- or not -- will have a major impact on Canadian politics. I am already quaking in my boots.

Posted by: LindaL at June 6, 2011 12:11 AM

Another sore loser!! As my Dad used to say. She needs a good kick in the ass!

Posted by: Kleen Bill at June 6, 2011 12:15 AM

LC Bennett

Well said...actual life is an equalizer.

Posted by: syncrodox at June 6, 2011 12:35 AM

The U.K. Labour leader Ed Miliband was pictured recently next to a young activist wearing a t-shirt which declared his intention to dance on Lady Thatcher's grave. This Senate page girl approaches that depravity - one doesn't like to put forward a counsel of despair, but perhaps a country that rejects majority rule, is ready for the dung-heap of history.

Posted by: larben at June 6, 2011 12:46 AM

Notapat got the part where the heroine had a press release ready...right?

Posted by: syncrodox at June 6, 2011 12:48 AM

Not Patricia - Not a "girl", a woman, and a university trained woman, who was given a job that many young women would die for. This is no Sarah Palin!

Posted by: larben at June 6, 2011 12:50 AM

an insight into the sickness at the heart of your ideology... Again: you just won an election. A young girl holds up a sign and you call her a "cnut" and a "beeyotch" - filling this thread and another 100-comment thread with hatred for her.

That's merely the personal opinion of a relatively small group of Right Wing Nut Jobs who only know how to attack the people they dislike. They can't grasp the issues, but they know who they hate. It doesn't represent the majority opinion of the people who voted a Conservative majority government. Every ideology attracts a radical fringe, but we believe strongly enough in the freedom of speech to let them rant without muzzling them. Most of us conservatives don't take them seriously and no one else should either.

Posted by: North_of_60 at June 6, 2011 1:29 AM

I see that the Leftist drones are wide awake early Monday morning! Yes, how absolutely terrible of us "Right Wing Nut Jobs" to care about DEMOCRACY and LAW & ORDER. How terrible of us!

You folks should start reading a little history, particularly the details of how Yugoslavia lost its civil democracy. Ditto wrt Germany in the early 1930's. You might then wake-up for the first time in your lives and realize that democracy is not something to be toyed with, free of any care of the repercussions.

A favourite quote of mine is in order: "The beautiful thing about being on the Left is never having to apologize."

P.S. I have a great idea for you: Why don't you recruit your hero, Michael Moore, to become leader of the Liberal Party in 2 years when Bob Rae's term is up!

Posted by: Robert W. (Vancouver) at June 6, 2011 2:38 AM

The girl is misguided for sure....Ok, she had a stop sign placard that said "Stop Harper". How far away is that from a gun in her hand and "Stop Harper"....Just saying.....Where was security...I know she was a Page and trusted but I ask again, where was Security....All that was needed was a few less brain cells and a little more leftist fervor...Somebody in security should be held accountable...

Posted by: Rick at June 6, 2011 2:49 AM

Rick, you make an interesting point. Right after the election there was this. The anti-democracy, totalitarian thugs who prefer to be called "Progressives" said this was nothing.

Now the 21 year old twit has no problem thinking that her views are more important than millions upon millions of her fellow Canadians.

What's next? Whatever it is, through it all, the Leftards, such as the trolls we've seen above, will excuse it all as "just" and "noble" and "righteous". And yes, I fear that would include attacking a Conservative politician.

Such people are the dregs of our society, cockroaches who have been told over & over again that they no longer need to be accountable for their actions. This recent episode exemplifies that to the hilt!

Posted by: Robert W. (Vancouver) at June 6, 2011 2:58 AM

the types here who revel in this sort of infantile hatred and the various forms it takes - sexism, racism, homophobia.

"Not Patricia" has every right to be as gay as he/she wants, however to assume that people who find that practice detestable are in any way afraid of faggots is just silly. Dont confuse fear i.e. -phobia, with disgust i.e. -misia. The correct term is homomisia. It's like dog-shit on my shoe, I might find it disgusting, but I'm certainly not aftraid of it. It washes off easily.

Posted by: North_of_60 at June 6, 2011 3:19 AM

The PSAC would be wise to keep a close watch on this girl during her employment with them. She has not proven herself to be trustworthy or loyal. She appears to want to promote herself above all else-a huge red flapping flag.

PSAC may want to consider installing software at her workstation that alerts to the copying or forwarding of sensitive internal documents and monitors email/internet activity. Limit her usage of thumb/pen/usb drives. Check on her when she is using the photocopier. Also, items may go missing from the supply room. Give her a long probation period - at least 6 months. Don't leave her alone in the office. She will probably become bored before the 6 months is up anyway.

Posted by: Lucky Lori at June 6, 2011 4:42 AM

There seems to be some security questions.

How did she manage to get a sign into the chamber and undetected?

What else could she have gotten in there...?

Posted by: Curious at June 6, 2011 4:44 AM


It looks pretty clear the sign had been folded up so I assume it was folded and stuffed undeneath her vest.

But fair question. If you look around at that picture you see how unaware anyone at the front is and you get some that are aware a little closer to her.

It is absolutley a position of trust and she broke it big time. I would have been equally upset if a "conservative" page had done someting similar under Martin or Chretien.

Posted by: Stephen at June 6, 2011 5:33 AM

"Wow! You guys won an election and you're threatened by the non-violent civil disobedience of a young kid!" Notpatricia...

The same type of non-violent behavior as pouring ones Urine into the Senate Coffee Urn. I am not suggesting she did that, only that the act was similarly repulsive.... A betrayal of trust to the Canadian Senate. No hate!

Posted by: Slap shot at June 6, 2011 6:52 AM

Not Patricia: "But of course Harper has a history of playing up to the homophobes with his appearances at anti-gay marriage rallies ..."

Uh, what "anti-gay marriage rallies" would you be referring to? I'm not aware of any "anti-gay marriage rallies" having taken place in Canada or Prime Minister Harper's attendance at them.

You need to provide proof of this fantasy of yours. 'Only in your dreams ...? I thought so.

DePape represents an odious segment of our body politic, which mules and whines and has a tantrum because their side didn't win. She's continually lied about the Harper government's not having garnered "3/4s of the vote," on CBC, on CTV, etc., and she wasn't challenged.

Guess what, sweetie, Chretien's last majority government got only 39% of the vote. I didn't hear any squawks from like-minded twits. With five horses in the race, no party was likely to get over 50% of the vote. The Harper government won fair and square in the parliamentary system under which Canada operates.

'You have a problem, Mlle DePape and No Patricia? Then work hard to change it -- not with juvenile tactics like STOP HARPER signs at the Throne Speech, but with real grassroots pounding-the-pavement hard work. Oh. I get it. That's too hard. That will take too long. You want instant results.

'Thought so.

Posted by: batb at June 6, 2011 7:17 AM

Pure end product of the Soros/Gore/Moore education curriculum...

Left and Right has become a spiritual war. Our decent into darkness is just beginning before the light is seen in the distance again.
Evil is ahead on the scoreboard right now, but the match is not lost.

Read this excellent take from "American Thinker":

Liberalism is a mental disorder. It is based on lies. The devil's most powerful weapon is deceit.

Posted by: Right Honourable Terry Tory at June 6, 2011 7:29 AM

I wonder if this person's supporters are even aware of what's going on in Syria?

Posted by: tower at June 6, 2011 7:35 AM

As long as we're on the subject of courage, let's remember what happened on June 6, 1944.

Posted by: tower at June 6, 2011 7:36 AM

As long as we're on the subject of courage, let's remember what happened on June 6, 1944.


Posted by: Lickmuffin at June 6, 2011 8:20 AM

Jesse Kline is more skilled at cutting than McParland. An excellent critique.

Posted by: Mark at June 6, 2011 8:24 AM

patricia - what childish comments.

No-one is threatened by the page; what we are talking about was her disrespect for parliament and for all the electorate who vote in the CPC and Harper. Respect for the rule of law and its democracy are important. To us. Possibly not to you?
But then, you seem to delight in childish actions (pie in the face tactics). I suggest some maturity.

Second - as adults and not children, we also respect facts and reality. Therefore, kindly provide evidence for 'Harper 'playing up to the homophobes' and 'appearance at anti-gay marriage rallies'.

Oh, and evidence of our racism, sexism, homophobia.
Patricia - it's time to be an adult: facts, evidence, respect for the law and for the people in democracy.

quebecois separatiste- your 'flat earth' analogy is false. An election is a rational choice of a political party; one doesn't choose facts (earth's form) but gains scientific knowledge.

And when/if Quebec leaves, remember, it must accept its share of the national debt. And no Canadian passport or currency goes with it. And no, all the funds and jobs in Montreal and Hull from the federal govt will go.

That means that a lot of those civil service jobs are gone..which is a heavy proportion in Quebec! That means, that most of your socialist lifestyle, which is primarily funded by the ROC, will..whoosh..disappear. Oh, and the milk quote will be gone. And northern Quebec as well. But, please, feel free to go. You want to stand on your own feet? Oh...about time. Please do so.

Posted by: ET at June 6, 2011 8:44 AM

People posing as Cons and typing vile insults, oh where have I seen this MO before the crack pot team at Section 13 perhaps trolling for work? As for her, well all I can say she's a step up ethically than the left's former hero Omar Khadr.

Posted by: Rose at June 6, 2011 8:58 AM

If this ditz wants to be part of an "Arab Spring" she can go over to the Mideast and take part in the real one. I'm sure they won't beat/rape her for having an uncovered head or anything like that.

Then when it's all over she can be part of a Muslim Brotherhood-led society that considers her personal value as half that of a man, and requires that she veil herself in public. And where a stunt with a Stop sign can get her jailed or killed.

Posted by: Ellie in T.O. at June 6, 2011 9:09 AM

Employers looking to hire university grads would be well advised to shred any resume they receive from a graduate of the University of Ottawa. It is clear the environment of that institution (under the "leadership" of Allan Rock) teaches radical left wing tactics. The place is a sewer full of crackpots.

Posted by: Joey at June 6, 2011 10:27 AM

People are actually offering her jobs?

Hey, maybe she can show up at their board meetings and hold stupid signs, huh?

And no charges? Hell, I'd have her in the stripey hole right now. And put her on a black list for government jobs.

Posted by: mojo at June 6, 2011 10:46 AM

Being a zealot means never having to admit you were wrong.

Posted by: Joe at June 6, 2011 10:50 AM

Amazing how much she looks like Wednesday Addams!

Posted by: Tregonsee at June 6, 2011 11:18 AM

"What we want is democracy - with my totalitarian party winning the election"

Posted by: TD at June 6, 2011 11:43 AM

Did she have Errol Menzies and Amil Attaran as her professors?

Posted by: Valencia at June 6, 2011 11:58 AM

Re ET @ 8:44am - "Patricia - it's time to be an adult: facts, evidence, respect for the law and for the people in democracy."

Bravo ET, but that's a bridge too far for her ilk.

Posted by: Robert W. (Vancouver) at June 6, 2011 12:07 PM

If she is a budding playwright/actress why did she not apply for a theatre arts or drama program? Isn't art they way people changed society? Got them to think? Are the real subversives (as it was in communist countries)?

Is it because you need to learn lots of Shakespeare? Because it's a long slog before you are considered famous and you have no plans to suffer for your art?

Posted by: Valencia at June 6, 2011 12:14 PM

It is very common for Senators be become the mentors of pages...
I'd be checking the link between the rogue page and Librano Senator Sharon Carstairs (Manitoba) appointed by Chretian in 1994...that's if anyone from the MSM has the 'nads to do it...

Posted by: The Glengarrian at June 6, 2011 12:18 PM

patricia - supporting the definition of marriage as between one man and one woman is not a homophobic act!

Marriage is a universal socioeconomic institution primarily established for the maintenance of our species by enabling a 'next generation'. Socially and economically enabling a next generation. The family is supposed to produce, nurture and socialize the next generation.

To change this definition of marriage into one based only on 'this generation' and ignore the 'next generation' misunderstands the societal function of marriage.

If people of the same sex want to bond for 'this generation companionship' - that's their business. But it's not marriage. Therefore, why do such people want to define it as marriage? Ah..for the economic benefits? Not for the ideological overtone?

Again - please provide specific factual evidence of Harper as 'homophobic'. And, specific factual evidence of 'sexism' and 'racism'. Remember, Patricia - be accountable.

And, Patricia, conservatives here in the US and Canada want our government to move out of social issues - and stick to the economy, defense, currency, communications etc. Societal issues - in their non-economic nature, such as marriage, abortion, etc - are best left to the people in their local areas. That's why, for example, Harper has refused to 'bring up the abortion issue'.

Now - how about those examples of homophobia, racism and sexism?

Posted by: ET at June 6, 2011 12:54 PM

Someone should have taken the time ask her one simple question: "Stop Harper from doing what?"

I strongly suspect that she would have been stuck for an answer. As a previous poster accurately pointed out, she can be compared to a simpleton running onto a football field or a baseball diamond.

Oh ... Not Patricia. No one here is "threatened" by her actions. Read the comments before taking what you consider to be clever jabs. Your commentary is far from clever. However, it is mildly amusing.

Posted by: biffjr. at June 6, 2011 1:30 PM

The former page will be a blip on the radar, like Rage Girl.

Posted by: chutzpahticular at June 6, 2011 2:24 PM


The reason the little twit is saying that 3/4 of Canadians voted against Harper is that there was 60% turnout and 40% of the turnout voted for Harper, which is 24% of Canadians. This is the loony left's latest rationalization for what they term as a lack of democracy when it comes to the election.

Of course, the fact that Chretien could only gather about 22% in his last election, according to their criteria, is irrelevant to these morons.

Posted by: clair voyant at June 6, 2011 4:44 PM

Such is the oppressive, iniquitous and exploitive state of Canadian society today that Ms DePape was only able to obtain a $75,000 scholarship for university.

Posted by: JJM at June 6, 2011 6:09 PM

ya know this screams for a sign generator (like the liberal election version). Space is small (like that between her ears) but could be fun

Posted by: john brown at June 6, 2011 11:40 PM

Yes why bother with elections when we have sophisticated political theorists like poor MS DePape to direct us.Perhaps we could begin our own version of Arab Spring with Ms DePape out in the square with a microphone

Posted by: Norman at June 7, 2011 3:34 PM

"Perhaps we could begin our own version of Arab Spring with Ms DePape out in the square with a microphone..."

Or - as a gesture of solidarity with the oppressed people of Syria - we could send her to that unhappy country to stand defiantly in front of a column of T72 tanks with her celebrated STOP sign?

Posted by: JJM at June 7, 2011 9:08 PM