Category Archives: Aboriginal Narrative

‘A Racism Of Intelligence’


“It’s seen as lacking sensitivity to question ‘traditional knowledge’…
Science puts everything into question.”

“Quebec deputy minister Patrick Beauchesne wrote that Ottawa’s intention to systematically place ‘indigenous’ {‘primitive’} knowledge on equal footing with scientific data

“could prove problematic in cases where ‘indigenous’ knowledge and science are found to be in contradiction”.

“He said criteria should be established to evaluate the accuracy of the ‘traditional knowledge’…
{Sensible fellow. So few of them left…}

“…When the letter recently became public, it provoked an outraged reaction from Quebec ‘indigenous’ leaders, an apology from two Quebec cabinet ministers and, this week, an accusation of racism from a University of Ottawa law professor {Of course…}. Continue reading ‘A Racism Of Intelligence’

‘Illegal Protests Bring Results’


Government should never reward illegal protest. It invites more of the same and encourages disrespect for the law. As well, the federal government needs to remind aboriginal leadership that the waters off B.C.’s coast are Canada’s territorial waters…

“Talks with senior B.C. government officials were prompted by {illegal} fish-farm occupations last fall.”

“A B.C. provincial advisory council is recommending that fish farm companies be required to have agreements in place with local ‘First Nations’ {‘aboriginal communities’} before the province approves any new or replacement tenures…

“Protesters have {illegally} occupied multiple fish farms in the Broughton Archipelago over the past year {See below}, claiming they are operating in ‘First Nations’ ‘traditional territories’ without their consent.
{These, of course, are Canadian territorial waters…} Continue reading ‘Illegal Protests Bring Results’

‘Pope Says Nope’


“We will keep working…on the path to {one-way} ‘reconciliation’ because we know taking responsibility for past mistakes and asking forgiveness is something that is core to our values as Canadians.”
–Justin Trudeau

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said today he’s disappointed with the Pope’s decision to not apologize for the Catholic Church’s role in Canada’s residential schools and the trauma experienced by {some of} their students.

{The Canadian government and aboriginal leadership have never thanked the Pope on behalf of all those aboriginal students who were grateful for their education in Catholic-run schools.
Then, there’s the fact that Pope Benedict already apologized – see below…} Continue reading ‘Pope Says Nope’

‘One-way Reconciliation: The Gift That Keeps On Giving’


The {Partial} Truth and {One-way} Reconciliation Commission already cost over $60 million. Now, Canada is going to be billed for a new ‘Reconciliation Board’, as well as a ‘National Council for Reconciliation’ AND a ‘National Reconciliation Trust’!
Hold on to your wallets…

“It will be our conscience”,

Crown-‘Indigenous’ Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett said about the council, at a Dec. 14 press conference on Parliament Hill. 
{? Did Canadians ask for a government-appointed ‘conscience’?} Continue reading ‘One-way Reconciliation: The Gift That Keeps On Giving’

‘Mi’kmaq Bullies Get Their Way’


“This is not the way to run a city, based on threats of violence.”
–Halifax city councillor.

“A recent decision by the Halifax City Council to tear down their own city’s history is but the latest example of a nation eager to dismantle its founders. Mayor Mike Savage and the city councillors who have voted to remove the statue of Edward Cornwallis have betrayed their duty to Haligonians and Canadians.
{The statue has since been taken down…} Continue reading ‘Mi’kmaq Bullies Get Their Way’

‘Senator Beyak: For The Record’


This is an edited transcript of a speech that Senator Lynn Beyak gave to the Canadian Senate. In response, the Aboriginal Industry started making her a focus of their attacks, which continue to this day…

‘Senator Beyak: For The Record’

Hon. Lynn Beyak:
“Honourable Senators… I want to present a somewhat different side of the residential school story…

“Today, I will take a broad look at several timely ‘indigenous’ issues that are before us. I speak partly for the record, but mostly in memory of the kindly and well-intentioned men and women and their descendants — perhaps some of us here in this chamber — whose remarkable works, good deeds and historical tales in the residential schools go unacknowledged for the most part, and are overshadowed by negative reports. Obviously, the negative issues must be addressed, but it is unfortunate that they are sometimes magnified and considered more newsworthy than the abundance of good… Continue reading ‘Senator Beyak: For The Record’

‘More Trouble On The Coast’


Government needs to make it easier for Canadian businesses to get enforceable injunctions preventing illegal harassment from protesters at a workplace, and police need to be instructed to crack down – not back down – during these incidents. Businesses have a right to conduct their legal, licensed affairs without interference. This kind of nonsense is happening far too often and is yet another result of Race Based Law:

“Setting out from Port Hardy on Vancouver Island, members of at least six B.C. ‘First Nations’ {‘Siberian settler communities’} took to the sea Monday to deliver an ‘eviction notice’ to a fish farm operated by ‘Marine Harvest’, one of Canada’s largest producers of farmed Atlantic salmon.

“This is our ‘right’ and this is ‘our {ancestors’ former} territory’ and we need to protect it,”
organizer and Kwakiutl ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 805 people} elder James Wadhams told ‘CTV News’… Continue reading ‘More Trouble On The Coast’

‘Happy Sir John A. Macdonald Day’


Despite the ongoing attempts of the racist Aboriginal Industry and its foolish ‘allies’ to diminish his accomplishments and demean him personally, fair-minded Canadians – and that’s most of us – will take a moment to give thanks to the man who, more than any other, stubbornly kept pushing for his vision of what became Canada.

“Sir John A., in my opinion, is the ‘godfather of genocide’.”

“A group of ‘indigenous’ protesters in Ontario is taking credit for chasing the name of Canada’s first prime minister off the name of a local pub.

“It’s a huge victory for us,”
said Theresa Eagles, a member of ‘Idle No More Kingston/Katarokwi’.
“There’s {sic} been a lot of people who agree Sir John A. needs to be in a museum. Not in public for everyone to celebrate.”

Continue reading ‘Happy Sir John A. Macdonald Day’

‘Paying for the Truth’


The Aboriginal Industry works hard at silencing opposition, and a courageous Canadian Senator is their latest victim:

“Sen. Lynn Beyak, known for {correctly} defending residential schools as “well-intentioned”, has been kicked out of the ‘Conservative’ caucus after she refused to remove “racist” comments {letters of support from Canadians} posted to her Senate website.

“Beyak had posted roughly 100 letters in support of her earlier defence of residential schools…to her Senate website {Excerpts and link at bottom of post}.

“In a statement, ‘Conservative’ Leader Andrew Scheer said he found out about the letters on Tuesday and asked Beyak to remove some of the comments, but she refused… Continue reading ‘Paying for the Truth’

‘Surprise, Surprise: Sanity Prevails’


“A landmark decision released…by Canada’s top court paves the way for development of the ‘Jumbo Glacier’ resort in the Kootenays region of British Columbia, despite strong objections from the Ktunaxa ‘Nation’. 

“The ‘nation’ was fighting the approval of a ski resort in an area held ‘sacred’ to them and had argued that allowing the mega-project ‘Jumbo Glacier Resort’ to go ahead would irreparably harm their spiritual beliefs and practices — a violation of their charter right to religious freedom.
{For the background, see below…}

“The ruling came out before the sun came up over the Ktunaxa ‘Nation’ on Thursday morning, located more than 3,000 kilometres away from the Supreme Court of Canada, in southeastern B.C.. Continue reading ‘Surprise, Surprise: Sanity Prevails’