Sunday, March 15, 2015

Another Wealthy Communist Pretends to Be "Protestor"


Antonin Mongeau -- alias 'Antonin Smith'

 Seen recently as an apparent communist at a recent Ottawa stunt.

Also seen HERE...

Smith – or “Agent Smith,” as he sometimes referred to himself – became one of the most controversial and outspoken citizens of Occupy Toronto, making himself a de facto spokesperson for a movement that did not want one.

Like many occupiers, he used a pseudonym. But to change one’s name is to obscure the past.

So when Antonin became a Smith, he tucked away Antonin Yvan Mongeau – owner of a Yonge and Eglinton loft, former president of a briefly lucrative web company, and the 34-year-old estranged son of David Charles Mongeau, an international investment banker and the antithesis of Occupy Toronto.

Antonin Mongeau is someone who identifies with the 99 per cent but has deep ties to the 1 per cent world.

Last fall, as Mongeau slept in a tent and railed against Wall Street, his father was dividing his time between Monaco – where he and his wife have a palatial luxury apartment – and England, where his investment banking firm keeps a posh London address and Mongeau drives a Ferrari 360

Funny how so many rich people are communists, isn't it? 

7 comments:

Terry Rudden said...

It's interesting to see that some of the more intelligent conservatives and libertarians are waking up to the fact that C51 runs directly counter to so many conservative and libertarian ideals.

I'm not too worried about it myself - most lawyers agree it won't stand up to a Charter challenge.

Canadian Sentinel said...

That comment sounds highly standardized. Who told you to say that? NO way is it your own. Sounds like standard left-wing talking points designed perhaps by Muslim Brotherhood-connected agents or their associates in the Dhimmi World.

Canadian Sentinel said...

Fact: Most Canadians SUPPORT C-51. I have no idea who those vague, unnamed "conservatives and libertarians" are. AS for standing up in court, bring that shit on... fear of the courts and go-to-court, Soros-funded revolutionaries should not paralyze Canada's fight against the evil ones and their campaign of deadly terror. Bring the expected far-left, communist "court challenges" on. Good luck to them in finding one of their own ideologue-activists to do what they want them to do. Might, however, get a REAL judge... ;)

Canadian Sentinel said...

As for the small number of so-called "conservatives and libertarians" to whom you refer, I have discussed this stuff with them. Most who oppose the War on Terror seem to hold some bizarre conspiracy theories... wonder if you share those theories as well. ;)

Terry Rudden said...

"That comment sounds highly standardized. Who told you to say that? NO way is it your own. Sounds like standard left-wing talking points designed perhaps by Muslim Brotherhood-connected agents or their associates in the Dhimmi World."

LOL. Nope, I said that all my own. I even wrote it, too. Don't be stupid, and don't let your paranoid fantasies get TOO far out of control.

" Most Canadians SUPPORT C-51."

Indeed they do, and that's why the demonstrations.

" AS for standing up in court, bring that shit on."

Yes, I'm sure that will happen.

"Might, however, get a REAL judge... ;"

Well, the majority of the current Supreme Court Justices were appointed by Harper, but they still (correctly) keep insisting that he actually follow the law. Again, I'm not worried; legal consensus appears to be that this will never pass a Charter Challenge.

Terry Rudden said...

"As for the small number of so-called "conservatives and libertarians" to whom you refer, I have discussed this stuff with them."

LMAO. Wait a minute. Didn't you just say "I have no idea who those vague, unnamed "conservatives and libertarians" are"? You've "discussed this stuff with them", but you "have no idea who they are?"

I think what you mean is that, as you first admitted, you didn't actually know there was conservative and liberarian opposition to C51 (that's not something you'd learn at websites like Rebel Media where you usually pick up your talking points.)

Your problem, Sentinel, is that you don't actually think some of these things through. You're pretty much a blind, unquestioning Harper fan. However, more thoughtful conservatives have serious concerns about the impact of C51 on free speech and privacy (which are important to REAL conservatives).

Canadian Sentinel said...

Well, buddy, that's, like, just your opinion, eh...