July 23, 2018

Camp Cloud “hippies” continue to burn “sacred fires” despite FULL fire ban

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Host | The Gunn Show

One of the reasons the city of Burnaby decided that the people at Camp Cloud need to be cleared out is that despite issuing a full fire ban due to extremely dry grass, the dirty hippies refuse to comply with the ban.

They continue to keep what they call “sacred fires” burning but watch as I show you the very serious and potentially dangerous problem.

P.S. To see all Rebel reports from the Camp Cloud protest site, please VISIT RebelBurnaby.com.

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commented 2018-07-24 07:40:54 -0400
If it takes a four to one ratio of police to occupiers, accept the inevitable and move in to enforce the law Arrest them ,document them and release them under strict conditions to not participate in any additional occupations of private property and keep the peace.
Otherwise , rescind the laws that the politicians won’t let the police enforce and allow anarchy to prevail.
commented 2018-07-24 04:08:51 -0400
Just because they “know best” and they are “above the law”… You know, sort of “ethereal”?… Comes with smoking too much pakalolo each and every day…
commented 2018-07-23 22:41:40 -0400
They don’t think twice arresting Priests and Nuns praying near an abortion clinic, but they’ll continue to let these protesting dopers that are posing a potential threat to residents and environment to light their fires? Where is the logic?
Where are the cops????
commented 2018-07-23 21:20:44 -0400
Arrest them, use a Cat to load everything into bins, impound it all, press charges, and when the money they didn’t have arrives to pay for everything, follow the money. And yes, extinguish the fire with enough to saturate the ground to wading levels (to cleanse the earth they claim to be protesting) how could they argue with that.
commented 2018-07-23 19:40:53 -0400
commented 2018-07-23 18:57:16 -0400
I just completed a Vancouver Sun (Left-Center Newspaper) Survey asking if the camp should be shut down. At the time 11,000 had voted and 94.2% wanted it shut down.