‘No More Peter Pan?’

Here’s where ‘Reconciliation’ becomes just another word for cultural bullying. At some point, there has to be a limit to aboriginal ‘sensitivities’. After all, ‘tolerance’ — like ‘reconciliation’ — is a TWO-way street:

“Cardston is a small Mormon town in southwest Alberta and right across the street is the Kainai ‘Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 12,258 people}, or Blood Tribe. The people of the Blood Tribe frequent Cardston to shop or see a doctor, but they say doing those things includes experiencing racism…

“An example was a ‘Peter Pan’ play put on by the local theatre company. Continue reading ‘No More Peter Pan?’

‘Guilty Until Proven Innocent’

“The only ‘indigenous’ {‘Siberian settler’} professor on a committee working on a new sexual assault policy at the University of British Columbia has resigned from the group after the school brought back John Furlong to speak at an upcoming fundraiser.

“Daniel Heath Justice said in a letter to university president Santa Ono that the decision “silenced and erased” {unproven} allegations that Furlong physically abused ‘First Nations’ students while teaching at a Catholic school in Burns Lake, B.C., in 1969 and 1970.

{Actually, what “silenced and erased” the allegations was that police could not find evidence to substantiate any charges; yet, decades later aboriginal race activists continue to persecute Furlong…}  Continue reading ‘Guilty Until Proven Innocent’

‘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’:
https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2016/05/20/more-mohawk-discrimination/
And below for more posts on this topic…}  Continue reading ‘Rationalizing Racism On Reserves’

‘End the Charade’

‘Cha·rade’ (Shəˈrād): “An absurd pretense intended to create a pleasant or respectable appearance.” and “Something that is done in order to pretend something is true, when it really isn’t.” 

“The drums continue to beat hard all over North America for “Native Rights”, a code-phrase for ambitions to claim vast tracts of land — up to 85% of some provinces — ‘natives’ say was wrongly appropriated. Unless it is stopped, millions of us will soon have new ‘landlords’… Many of these claims are being settled administratively, or in quiet courtrooms out of the public eye. No public consultation. No means of protest.  Continue reading ‘End the Charade’

‘Bet Anyone Ten Bucks This Works’

I have not been at my computer much the last few months, but out on the town in Vancouver a whole lot, tweeting from my phone now and then, but mostly being face-to-face speaking with people about this issue. I speak with people from every walk of life and every nationality from around the world, in every culture.

I can tell you right now that I have yet to experience even one bit of negative feedback. It’s been 100% agreement that things have gone too far, they need to be pulled back, and we all need to start talking about unity.

Not one single argument…not one. I have had this conversation now with hundreds and hundreds of people, and not even one person fought me. They all got involved, listened, and felt safe saying “yes, we all know the Chiefs get it all, and things need to change”.  Continue reading ‘Bet Anyone Ten Bucks This Works’

‘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’

‘CBC Playing Race Games’

As we have often pointed out, the Aboriginal Industry is succeeding in Segregating aboriginals from the rest of Canadians in more and more aspects of life. This is led by race-based organizations and ‘associations’ who use accusations of ‘racism’ to both get attention and justify their own existence. The result is less, rather than more, racial tolerance, particularly from aboriginals.

Now we have the President of the ‘Indigenous’ Physicians Association of Canada’ validating yet another unfair accusation of ‘racism’, in order to justify his claim of systemic ‘racism’ against aboriginals in the health care system.

The CBC uses an example of an incorrect medical diagnosis, where an aboriginal’s stroke symptoms were mistaken for drunkenness and ‘racism’ has been claimed. The fact that the misdiagnosis an unfortunately common occurrence immediately undermines the ‘racism’ claim. The association President knows this but fails to call the CBC on it, while he generalizes – without ANY examples – about racism in the Canadian health care system:  Continue reading ‘CBC Playing Race Games’