The above parody captioned photograph of Montréal mayor Gérald Tremblay was inspired by the following quote that I just read in a Canoe.ca report titled 'Le maire «dégoûté»' -
"J'ai été et je suis encore dégoûté de la situation. Ma tolérance a atteint ses limites. Il semble que ça soit également le cas pour l'ensemble de la population montréalaise."
"I was, and I still am, disgusted by the situation. My tolerance has reached its limits. It seems that this is equally the case for the entirety of the population of Montreal."
Mayor Tremblay was strongly and publicly condemning the annual March 15th protest against police brutality organized by the Collectif Opposé à la Brutalité Policière (COBP) (Collective Opposed to Police Brutality COPB), however it seems to *me* that Gérald Tremblay's strong words could just as justifiably be directed at the SPVM itself in light of a series of highly questionable police killings and other police brutality committed by officers of the Service de police de la Ville de Montréal, hence my parody image. . .
Getting back home - Unitarian Universalism has a bit of a mystical tradition in its identification with the transcendentalists. Some UUs turn to them for inspiration and dire...
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