“Almost nine years ago, he dared to walk along Argyle Street in the town of Caledonia, Ont., carrying a Canadian flag on a pole towards a peaceful so-called ‘flag rally’… For this impudence, he was wrestled to the ground by a half-dozen Ontario Provincial Police officers, permanently injured and charged with obstructing police… After 12 court appearances, the Crown abruptly withdrew the criminal charge.” – Christie Blatchford, National Post (1).
It was inevitable, I suppose. Self-righteous, “entitled” anti-White racists (self-hating and otherwise) are now demanding that the GoFundMe page raising money to offset Gerald Stanley’s legal costs and other losses be “removed” and the money either refunded or re-directed to “hate crime” education…
“The law, brought in by the previous Conservative government, requires First Nations to submit financial documents, including audited financial statements and the salaries and expenses of chiefs and band councillors to be published on the Indigenous and Northern Affairs website… As of Thursday, 38 First Nations communities had not complied with the law for the fiscal year 2014-15, with eight of them also still refusing to publish their information from the previous year.” – (emphasis in original) – (1).
“This sends the message that the government sides more with aboriginal power-brokers than the average people on reserves” – Aaron Wudrick, Federal Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation – (2).
“(Convicted murderer) Kokopenace, has appealed his sentence. He says it was unfair. It was too harsh. Because, you see, Kokopenace is aboriginal himself… And he claims the trial wasn’t fair because aboriginals were underrepresented in the jury pool… Incredibly, the Ontario Court of Appeal agreed with the grounds for appeal – they said the jury pool didn’t have enough aboriginal people in it, so that was racist.” – Ezra Levant.
“…it refers to the loss of a spiritual leader in the community, such as an elder. We have negotiated bereavement leave in other agreements for such losses.” – Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC).
And public employees wonder why they get so much bad press…
“On Thursday it was revealed Chief Ron Giesbrecht of Kwikwetlem First Nation in Coquitlam, B.C., was paid $914,219 tax-free for the last fiscal year… We know this because the new First Nations Financial Transparency Act deadline has just passed for salaries to be reported to the government.”
“All the residents of Kashechewan will be moved in the course of the next day or so… We going to continue with more flights (Monday)” – Provincial spokesman Andrew Morrison – AND – “The community has faced rising flood waters for several days… Kashechewan has a history of spring time flooding…” (Emphasis added).
“I’m getting so sick of having French stuffed down my throat… this isn’t Quebec… we speak English here…” – (and) – “If their [First Nations] ancestors sold out too cheap, it’s not my fault and I shouldn’t have to be paying for any mistake.”
For those interested in the history of Chief Spence’s phony ‘strike’, which she had to call off after members of her own band threatened to fire her if she didn’t return to her duties on the reserve, here is a grab-bag of links to relevant articles appearing in The Toronto Sun in January. -JG.
Chief Spence hides in a shadow – Monte Solberg, Jan. 20th.
‘Idle No More’ message distorted by those who yell the loudest – Mark Bonokoski, Jan. 19th.
Cops next to feel public wrath? – Ezra Levant, Jan. 19th.
Idle threats aren’t the answer – Editorial, Jan. 16th, Toronto Sun.
Idle No More protests at the Toronto Sun (!) – Terry Davidson, Jan 19th.