‘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?’


‘Who Controls The Water?’

Because of the Race Based dysfunction enabled by the Canadian Constitution, yet another jurisdictional confrontation looms: 

“Alberta’s provincial government and several ‘First Nations’ {‘Siberian settler communities’} appear headed for a showdown over who controls water on aboriginal {reserve} lands…

“The province asserts jurisdiction over all water within its borders, including on reserves – a notion some tribal communities reject.

“We always had an unwritten belief that our water underneath us is ours”, said Carol Wildcat, consultation co-ordinator for the Ermineskin Tribe {includes the Hobbema reserve}, one of the affected ‘First Nations’. “It doesn’t belong to anybody else. Alberta, I know, probably states otherwise … the audacity of them, eh?”

Continue reading ‘Who Controls The Water?’

‘Tribes In The News: Siksika’

‘Treaty adjustments’ are one of the many costly effects of Race Based Law. In 13 years, this tribe {a ‘nation’ of 7,320 people} has received over 1/4 of a billion dollars ($255,000,000) in ‘land settlements’ alone. In the most recent development: 

“Siksika ‘Nation’ members voted…in favour of a $123 million deal that sees them give up claims to the Castle Mountain area {between Banff and Lake Louise} in Banff National Park.

“The agreement endorsed by voters will see the ‘nation’ give up its land claim in exchange for $123 million, free Banff National Park entry for band members {Discrimination at a publicly-owned and funded national park…}, and the option to purchase the leases for several businesses in the area {?!?}. Continue reading ‘Tribes In The News: Siksika’

‘Another Tribal Crisis’

The same aboriginal Band that extorted money from Alberta motorists trying to avoid a car accident {see below} is now asking for help:

“The three ‘First Nations’ bands near Morley {Alberta} are in a crisis situation over extremely high rates of prescription drug addictions and overdoses among members.

“With addiction rates surging as high as 60% among adult members of the reserve, Stoney Nakoda has declared a state of emergency.  Continue reading ‘Another Tribal Crisis’

‘Judge Validates Aboriginal Racism’

“A Calgary ‘indigenous’ woman who knocked out a Caucasian woman’s tooth while yelling “I hate white people”, didn’t commit a racially motivated crime, a judge says.

“Provincial court Judge Harry Van Harten, in a written decision,
said Tamara Crowchief’s motivation for striking Lydia White was not related to racial bias.

“The offender said, ‘I hate white people’ and threw a punch {!},” Van Harten said in his ruling. “There is no evidence either way about what the offender meant {?} or whether . . . she holds or promotes an ideology which would explain why this assault was aimed at this victim,” he said.

“I am not satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that this offence was, even in part {!}, motivated by racial bias.” {Unbelievable…}

Continue reading ‘Judge Validates Aboriginal Racism’

‘Court kills Northern Gateway pipeline’

Once again, lawyer/judges – at the instigation of taxpayer-funded aboriginal and environmental groups – have dealt a major economic blow to Canada, using ‘aboriginal law’ rulings to torpedo a project that the Canadian people had already spent a small fortune investigating and approving.

There is now less and less need for elected officials, as courts have taken the responsibility to balance all of the competing interests that used to be fought out in the political arena – the difference being that elected officials had to face the judgement of the Canadian people over their decisions, while lawyer/judges simply go on their merry, well-paid way, no matter how flawed or unacceptable to the people their decisions may be. Lawyers now not only dominate our politics, they are trying to manage our economy and balance competing social and economic interests, while not having to answer to the people of Canada:

‘Court kills Northern Gateway pipeline’

“The Federal Court of Appeal says the Canadian government failed in its duty to consult with ‘aboriginal people’ before giving the green light to a controversial pipeline proposal to link Alberta’s oilsands to British Columbia’s north coast. Continue reading ‘Court kills Northern Gateway pipeline’

‘A Helping Hand’

‘Oilsands critic lauds companies for helping Fort McKay ‘First Nation’ during Fort McMurray evacuation’

“Dr. John O’Connor is known for raising concerns about the health impact of oilsands development on ‘indigenous’ people.

“But now he is praising those same companies for helping the people of Fort MacKay during the Fort McMurray evacuation. Continue reading ‘A Helping Hand’