Comments:Anti-poverty group splatter B.C. premier's office with paint
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APC good. Olympic profiteers bad. edit
I love these guys.
They spray a little paint and maybe break a vase and the cops are all over the media trying to make out like they're the weathermen. They aren't.
They are poor people who can't afford airtime so they splash some paint to make us listen.
No one was hurt. It wasn't a heinous crime.
What's heinous is poor people made out as having no value to society. While they're being starved out and ostracised by this messed up society that is more concerned about the paint used in this crime of poverty, and the value of the property underneath the paint.
Paint can be painted over. Humans in misery can't.
oh, wait, right. This (BC) is the province where more than 20 hookers can disappear into a pig farm. Why should anyone notice them missing? They're not people.
Once someone is poor they become a thing here. Not a human, a thing. --C.T.--
APC needs to be arrested edit
If you break the law, you pay the price. Period. A crime is a crime regarless of the 'do gooder' cause you may hide behind. Trying to drape yourself in a flag of moral superiority is pathetically transparent. 188.8.131.52 16:50, 6 March 2008 (UTC)
What exactly was the point of splattering paint all over the Premier's office building? All it's going to do is cost even more of their tax money to clean it up. --Kitch - (talk) 18:06, 23 February 2008 (UTC)
This article isn't keeping new comments. edit
So is wikinews keeping people from posting comments? Then what's the point of it? I have reentered my comment on this page 4 times. Everytime I return to the page, kirsch' comment is there and mine is invisible. It seems fishy. Like a propoganda machine.