Angry scene unfolds at Pride flag raising in Surrey, B.C.
Angry scene unfolds at Pride flag raising in Surrey, B.C. Angry scene unfolds at Pride flag raising in Surrey, B.C.Rcmp Detachment, but the two groups couldn’t have been farther apart. Would you let one person have their flag chocolate? Everybody says it’s the only place that will unify this country and just moments. The pride flag will also be flown here to fight for equality and equal rights. For kids and families like ours, sedation that calls itself culture guard start singing the National Anthem. While members of the lgbtq community and its supporters look on with disgust, everybody brings wisdom and you people have a problem problem claimed. The culture guard is a pride flag and an RCMP Detachment is a form of entitlement yeah. We are hateful group protect the gay and lesbian community in the transgender. Why do you want to stop the RCMP from doing their job? Are military vodka fly? The pride flag? Is a decision made at the community level and the Surrey Detachment chose to do so during pride month to reflect the diversity of its employees and the importance of inclusion spring forward isolation and be alone? You are welcome in the community and the police is going to support you and the ceremony took much less time than the protests pride flag quietly in the wind about the police station Debra Surrey, An angry scene unfolded at a Pride flag raising at the Surrey, B.C., RCMP headquarters. Protesters believe the RCMP should be politically neutral and the raising of the Pride flag is a special right.
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