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(en) CANADA OUT OF AFGHANISTAN! - Solidarity not Charity! – No Justice, No Peace!

Date Fri, 29 Sep 2006 16:15:41 +0300

-> Protest against Canadian war-profiteers! -> Picket against Canada’s presence in Afghanistan!
Saturday, September 23rd :: 11AM (sharp!) Hôtel Hilton Bonaventure Salon Outremont
900, rue de la Gauchetière Ouest (metro Bonaventure)
This Saturday, Afghan President Hamid Karzai will be speaking to the
Montreal Council on Foreign Relations (CORIM) on “Afghanistan and Canadian
Development Cooperation”. Karzai will be introduced by Conservative
Minister of International Cooperation Josée Verner.
The CORIM event is co-sponsored by SNC-Lavalin, and the government-funded
“NGO” Rights and Democracy. Other CORIM sponsors include infamous war
profiteering companies like: Bombardier, Pratt & Whitney and Bell Helicopter.

Block the Empire-Montreal, a local anti-war, anti-imperialist group, is
organizing a picket to
raise awareness about Canada’s real role in Afghanistan. We are picketing
to demand true solidarity, not charity, and to demand the withdrawal of
all Canadian troops from Afghanistan. We are picketing to denounce the
role of the Canadian military, corporations and so-called “development”
agencies in the destructive occupation of Afghanistan.

INFO: 514-848-7583 or bloquezempiremontreal@resist.ca
* Ed. Note: BLOCK THE EMPIRE is is an
antiauthoritarian anticapitalist initiative
See: http://clac.taktic.org/blem
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