More Prevalent?

With The United Nations Climate Change Conference, quickly approaching, and the situation growing more and more dire with each passing day, stories like the one I heard on Tuesday’s Democracy Now broadcast are going to become much more prevalent;

“In Canada, about 200 young people staged a protest inside the House of Commons Monday forcing lawmakers to shut down the question period. The activists were calling on the Canadian Parliament to pass a bill setting out deep cuts in carbon emissions. Six people were reportedly detained, and the police beat at least one protester.”

Or, at least, it’s my hope it becomes more prevalent. The protests, I mean, not the brutality. Even if it is the inevitable, not to mention expected, knee-jerk reaction from a lethargic government hoping to quell civil disobedience…