‘Racial Tension Around Murder Trial’

Almost every public comment from Saskatchewan farmers about this story refers to protecting their property from crime; almost every Aboriginal comment refers to Race. It’s obvious who is stirring up most of the racial tension in Saskatchewan – even if our politicized mainstream media can’t — or won’t — report on it…

“There are fears that the trial of Gerald Stanley, charged with second-degree murder in the death of Colten Boushie, could inflame racial tensions. Asked how nervous he was feeling this week, Ames Leslie, the mayor of Battleford, Sask., was cautious, saying he was hopeful

“that cooler minds prevail”.

“That’s because on Monday, jury selection is set to begin in one of the highest-profile, racially-tinged cases the province has seen: the second-degree murder trial of a white, rural farmer accused of fatally shooting a young ‘indigenous’ {‘descendant of Siberian settlers’} man. Continue reading ‘Racial Tension Around Murder Trial’


‘Boushie Update’

“The family of a Saskatchewan man who was shot and killed by a local landowner in 2016 plans to appeal an internal investigation by the RCMP that cleared officers of wrongdoing in how they interacted with them in the wake of his death.

“Colten Boushie, 22, was shot and killed in August 2016 on a rural property near Biggar, Sask. His death ignited racial tensions across the province and landowner Gerald Stanley — who has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder — goes on trial in February.

“But when seven officers went to Red Pheasant ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 2,472 people} to inform his mother and siblings of his death, they surrounded and searched the family’s trailer. They were acting on a tip that a possibly-armed man had fled the scene of Boushie’s death to a trailer looking like that of his family… Continue reading ‘Boushie Update’

‘Poisoning Children’s Minds’

“A few years ago, my preschool daughter decided to dress up as a Native princess for Halloween. As far as I know, my family has no Native ancestry. But she wanted to dress up in a “beautiful” costume, and a Native princess was the most beautiful thing she could imagine. 

“Her teacher sent her home with instructions to change her costume because it was “offensive”.

“This left her baffled.

“I think it’s beautiful,” she said.

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‘Aboriginal Supremacy Rebounds On The Media’

So, back in the swing of things with a racist rant from aboriginal women engaged in an illegal protest on Parliament Hill. The only redeeming aspect of this is that the unprovoked verbal assault was directed at an aboriginal-sympathetic ‘CBC’ reporter. Irony abounds. The CBC reporter wanted them to say that Trudeau was an improvement on Harper. Instead, she – and the male reporter who tried to civilly ask a similar question, were arrogantly lectured about how they were “guests here” — the ridiculous racist claim that the descendants of Siberian settlers own all of Canada. Of course, the CBC didn’t set them straight on this foolishness, much less call them out on their blatant racism. And the Prime Minister? Well, he avoided the issue, like always {See below}.
Welcome to Canada – 150 years in…

“A group of ‘indigenous’ {descendants of Siberian settlers} demonstrators who have been protesting on Parliament Hill held a press conference today that quickly descended into racist rants directed at reporters Continue reading ‘Aboriginal Supremacy Rebounds On The Media’


‘Rationalizing Racism On Reserves’

An Aboriginal Industry article trying to justify racism on aboriginal reserves:

‘Who belongs on a reserve? ‘First Nations’ will decide’ 

“In recent months, the Kanien’kehá:ka (Mohawk) community of Kahnawake has re-opened discussion on its controversial {racist} 1984 membership law. The renewed debate has been accompanied by provocative developments: Protests outside homes, eviction notices sent to “foreign” residents, accusations of racism from the {former} Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, and a lawsuit challenging the membership law in court.

{See: ‘More Mohawk Discrimination’:
And below for more posts on this topic…}  Continue reading ‘Rationalizing Racism On Reserves’


‘Race Activists Stir The Pot’

An incident in Saskatchewan has resulted in the death of a young aboriginal male, and a local farmer has been charged with second-degree murder {See our previous post. Link below…}. Aboriginal activists and race-baiters have been having a field day accusing the Caucasian farmer of racially-motivated murder. The irresponsibility of these accusations goes without saying; yet, media outlets – particularly the CBC – continue to provide a platform for this propaganda: 

“Up until a week ago I was having a pretty good summer.

“The inquiry into missing and murdered ‘indigenous’ women was off to a good start {Really? Are they subpoenaing aboriginal gang members?}, people were talking about {one-way} ‘reconciliation’, and the Olympics were sending out good vibes with events like the shared gold medal between Penny Oleksiak and Simone Manuel…

“Then Colten Boushie was killed and everything changed. Continue reading ‘Race Activists Stir The Pot’


‘Chiefs Fuelling Racial Tension’

Once again, aboriginal leadership has impugned the integrity of the RCMP with unsubstantiated racial bias allegations. Perry Bellegarde used the opportunity to focus on the ‘racist’ nature of the backlash on social media, rather than the irresponsible attack on the police that provoked the controversy.

“‘First Nations’ leaders say an RCMP news release about a fatal shooting near Biggar, Sask. was biased.

“Colten Boushie {aboriginal}, 22, was killed Tuesday after the vehicle he was in drove onto a farm in the rural municipality of Glenside, west of Saskatoon… Gerald Stanley {‘non’-aboriginal}, 54, is charged with second-degree murder. He is to make his next court appearance in North Battleford on Aug. 18.

“The first police news release said that people in the car had been taken into custody as part of a theft investigation. Chief Bobby Cameron of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian ‘Nations’ said the RCMP statement “provided just enough prejudicial information” for people to draw the conclusion that the shooting was somehow justified {?}.

“The messaging in an RCMP news release should not fuel racial tensions,” he said.

{YOU are the one ‘fuelling racial tensions’…}

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