At Toronto's largest square, Nathan Phillips Square, in front of city hall, one August afternoon: Beat Cafe with Toronto's Poet Laureate George Elliott Clarke and friends - Mustafa the Poet, Honey Novic (featured in this video) and others. Bringing poetry to the masses where the masses are a captive audience but for the most part pay no attention. Giving poetry a grand public stage, in the middle of the daily bustle in the centre of Toronto. Clarke, originally from Nova Scotia, has some big plans for the English language, liberating it from the Anglo-Saxon dominance for the construction of a true people's language - perhaps a global people's language. With some powerful poetry, seventeen year old Mustafa from Toronto bemoans our media's complicity in misrepresenting and distorting the facts about Israel's war on Gaza. The public needs more as people may learn to listen to what our poets have to say.