Saturday, July 31, 2010
Friday, July 30, 2010
Yes, you could say that I’m once again making history this afternoon.
I could call living in a tent on the ground of the New Brunswick Legislature history because that sure won’t happen again.
Lets not forget my blogging trial in Saint John.
So this time around it’s a petition with 1,000 signatures asking the Government to lift my ban from the Legislature.
I believe this is a first in New Brunswick?
So what’s going to happen in this case?
I’m not sure.
I wish this undemocratic China style verdict would be lifted so everyone could move on towards other issues.
If the Government decides to stay the ban?
Well, I just wish they would just show me the evidence so I could take the matter from there but they will not tell me the people who put a Harassment charge against me.
I know of one certain individual and this came from Kelly Lamrock own mouth.
To this day, I still refuse to go public with this one.
Many admire me of staying silent but how long can it last?
Will this Government be willing to spent thousands of dollars in Court cost?
I was told last June by Dan Bussieres that if I dare to walk on the sidewalk? I would be charge with Assault.
Well? I covered protests in front of the Legislature.
I shook hand with the Governor General < Introduce by the Premier himself > and other individuals.
So? What’s going to happen with this petition?
I just don’t know.
Many MLA’S refuse to sign the papers.
I did manage to get Rick Miles, Bill Fraser and Abel LeBlanc.
I might add that no MLA’S from the P.C. Party would sign my petition.
Hey? Maybe this awful situation can be settled before the petition goes public to the rest of the Province this afternoon? < Wishful thinking from my part. >
I’m meeting with Abel LeBlanc at 11:00am in the morning by the New Brunswick Legislature and I will give him the petition so he can present it to the house at around 1:00pm.
You can watch it on Rogers at channel 70.