On the 69th day of his ongoing hunger protest against Stephen Harper’s new cruel crime law, Bill C10, Obert Madondo explains why he’s protesting.
Over 1600 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails are holding a mass hunger strike. Two of them have now gone 70 days without food. This video can be found at YouTube RELATED:Canada Crime Bill C10 hunger striker takes protest to Parliament Hill
MEDIA RELEASE OTTAWA, May 6, 2012 – Today marks the 53rd day of my indefinite hunger strike against Canada’s new draconian crime law, the deceptively christened “Safe Streets and Communities Act”, formerly omnibus crime Bill C10. My name is Obert Madondo. I’m Ottawa-based activist and
Below is my appeal to newly-appointed Conservative senator and former Ottawa Police chief, Vernon White, to resign. I mailed the letter to the senator on March 14, 2012. On the same day, I started an indefinite hunger strike against the Conservative government’s cruel new crime
Canada’s crime Bill C-10 hunger protester Obert Madondo says he may not be able to continue communicating with supporters after his hydro service got disconnected.
In Parliament yesterday, NDP leader Thomas Mulcair asked PM Stephen Harper whether or nor Canadian special forces would stay in Afghanistan beyond the 2014 withdrawal deadline. Harper’s answer: “The leader of the NDP, in 1939, did not even want to support war against Hitler.” The
An update from Obert Madondo on Day 44 of his indefinite hunger protest against Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s cruel crime Bill C-10.
The Conservatives today dragged the former Liberal party staffer behind the famous VikiLeaks30 Twitter affair before the parliamentary Standing Committee on Access to Information, Privacy and Ethics. And they hoped to crucify Adam Carroll. Make him an example for all of us who may dare