Representatives of people from countries claiming their independence met in Montreal recently as part of the World Social Forum to share experiences and create bonds of solidarity.
Fifteen representatives — including those from Palestine, Kabylia, Kurdistan and First Nations in Quebec, notably— met, organized by the Committee of Self-Determination.
The objective of their meeting was to present public perspective — not the view of a politician — the different ways in which people express themselves during struggles to take control of their destinies.
Maxime Laporte, president of the St-Jean Baptiste Society (SSJB) of Montreal and member of Cap sur l’Indépendance, which originated the lecture series, said he learned and exchanged a lot about the strategies used by each nation to assert their political independence...How fascinating. Does that mean that "those from Palestine" "exchanged" their "strategies" of murdering as many Jews as possible via the terror tunnel, the "home-made rocket," the strapped-on bomb and the dagger?
Or did they merely "exchange" their bloodshed-free "strategy" of BDS?