Member of the one per cent goes to St. James Park, yells at Occupy Toronto

Member of the one per cent goes to St. James Park, yells at Occupy Toronto

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“You couldn’t cut the hypocrisy with a chainsaw in this park.”

That was Brad Geddes, managing partner and chief executive of consulting firm Matthew Michaels, addressing the 99 per cent currently camping at St. James Park. After heading to the Occupy Toronto staging ground, Geddes publicly complained about the protesters’ drug use, garbage and drumming. “They have done to this park, in a shameless way, what they claim we have done to this country,” he said. Geddes then explained that the whole movement is pointless, since no economic model could provide for everyone. “So if you have a solution on how to completely change the geographic structures of politics,” he said, “you let me know.” Sadly, we’re pretty sure this is the most dialogue that’s ever occurred between the two camps. Read the entire story [National Post] »