Canada's 'Idle No More' Movement Spre...

Canada's 'Idle No More' Movement Spreads Like Wildfire

There are 3 comments on the Common Dreams story from Dec 24, 2012, titled Canada's 'Idle No More' Movement Spreads Like Wildfire. In it, Common Dreams reports that:

The 'Idle No More' movement, a campaign of grassroots First Nations protests, has spread like wildfire over the past week in response to bills passed by the conservative Canadian government.

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Duncan, Canada

#1 Dec 26, 2012
When you have nothing else to do in your life like earning a living it comes easy to go cause trouble for working folk.Bunch of f*cking cowards.
They are still idle

Toronto, Canada

#2 Dec 26, 2012
They are still slacking off and demanding handouts instead of doing an honest day's work. I'm sure that any day now the honest, impartial media will point this out.

Since: Oct 11

South Porcupine, Canada

#3 Dec 29, 2012
Does this Idle no more mean they will no longer live off the government and go out and get jobs like us tax payers have to.

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