Category Archives: Bullying Canada

‘Defying Canada’


“Canadian aboriginal groups and their allies said…they ‘have the power’ to block proposed oil pipelines on land where they have ‘proven title’, dismissing comments by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau {and the Supreme Court} , who said no community has a veto. ERBLDefyingCanada800x800“Trudeau told ‘Reuters’…that unanimous consent is not needed for the government to approve pipeline projects to bring Canadian oil to market, even as he pledged consultation with aboriginals and environmentalists who oppose projects.  Continue reading ‘Defying Canada’

We have no reason to be ashamed


 

I get a lot of attacks hurled at me, from people who think I am trying to make the natives look bad, so this is a post stepping up to the plate and putting myself in the same light, and same life lessons. I know more than the average person should about alcoholism, control issues, and the perpetual cycle of abuse.

In a microcosm I grew up with so many of the issues I now talk about politically, because the anchor this race blame game depends upon is based on controlling everyone with a set agenda of manipulative brainwashing dialogue, something I had as a child, that I was left on my own to figure out. It was ingrained in us to be “ashamed” of things no one should be ashamed of, and it took a long time to break free from it.

Shame is a powerful tool and it’s being used on Canadians who are not the same race as natives, the same way it was in my family growing up. Some fell for it and became that, too, but I learned how to repel the subversive abuse and control tactics of “shame”, because I did the work and learned it was a tactic to stun and subdue a person, in order to control them. I do not let anyone make me feel ashamed for the things I know are more important than being popular, or liked. I feel proud that I can’t be swayed by abuse and bullying, even though it did damage. I earned being able to talk about these issues, and it took decades to learn it. I can honestly say I am not a sheep because of the abuse I endured and the skills I learned from it all.

It’s been a challenging line for me to walk, to know what “shame” does to debilitate the human spirit, and yet I know I have also “shamed” so many of the people who used their race to come attack, abuse, bully, and even give death threats, in order to silence me, all of us, really. That’s a hard one on me, because I do try to be fair, and I don’t want to shame people, really, but how do I get them to listen and stop abusing and shaming us, for things none of us even did?

SHAMING A PHANTOM ENEMY, THEY HAVE NO ONE PERSON OR NAME….IT’S JUST EVERYONE WHO IS NOT THEIR RACE. It’s not fair, it’s abusive, and it’s very “inherently” racist.

I can take the bullying I get in this issue, because I was raised with threats, bullying and abuse. That’s what created the “bully’s bully” in me over time. I had to toe-the-line for controlling alcoholics who could and often did flip my world upside down at any given control freak mood, so I have a great amount of sympathy, and a sense of protection, towards the grassroots aboriginals who go through this on the reserves. Money was the weapon used to control in our family, like it is on the reserves all too often, and I really, really know what that’s like, to be stuck and not able to escape the Chief who won’t help you if you don’t stroke his ego or play the game. Trying to leave, or bring change, awareness or better ideas to the chaos, only results in being ostracized, cut off of funding, and more shaming.

I know.

I had to navigate through so much, and it took me down a few times, and it broke me. I struggled with substance abuse, and not knowing how to unravel the complexity of these issues. How do you get out, when no one else will come with you? How do you stand alone, no matter who is trying to drag you back down into the abuse?

Everything I am here sharing, to try as hard as I can to bring a new conversation and a new dialogue, is all stuff I had to learn by life challenging me. I am rough around the edges because it hurt me and I got damaged and tough, but I also got tons of therapy and really believe in taking accountability for how we feel.

During my mother’s death recently, I was tested again by the forces I grew up with, but I won’t go backwards into the cycle of abuse, so when I encourage the natives to do this, I am doing it too. It’s super hard, and it takes real work, but there is so much information, help and resources out there, and Lord knows the natives get more resources than anyone else, so my challenge to CHANGE THE DIALOGUE, CHANGE YOUR LIFE, is how I survived.

I really do challenge all who use their race to blame others in Canada, and everyone for that matter, to do the work, own your stuff, and learn what the cycle of abuse is, and how to get out of it. Google it, the information is everywhere. “Co-dependent No More” is a perennial best seller in the self help category, it was my first voyage into learning about my own contributions to my life and abuse issues.

I do not want to shame and I do not want to see anyone behave shamefully, so in this conversation, whether you are for race laws, or against them, no matter what race you are, the main reason my banned list is so long, is because I shut down abuse.

For the natives on Twitter who hounded me recently, and everyone else who asked me why I ban, that is the reason. I am shutting down the cycle of abuse, not allowing the perpetual broken record of self inflicted dialogue that is a shaming spirit breaker. No one on this page is going to abuse anyone, and that includes the natives. We do not allow anyone to cross that line.

This is a political issue about race laws, but it’s mired in the game of shame and guilt, and so we have to talk about the human side of how this race bullying has worked….shame.

Break the cycle of abuse from all sides. The natives need to stop shaming others, and others can’t shame them. They need to regain their dignity and no amount of blaming & shaming others who are not their race, will accomplish that task.

I said from the start that this was about being brave enough to start a new conversation, where we ask the aboriginals to work on their racism and abuse issues and see what their race agendas are doing to hurt themselves, and others. It’s lose/lose with shame based thinking, no one gets out and no one gets better.

CHANGE THE DIALOGUE, CHANGE YOUR LIFE.

I do not feel guilty or ashamed for wanting equal laws. I spent years and years enduring shame and abuse, to learn how to say that, and mean it. I do not feel guilty for being alive here, and the natives have to stop trying to implant that abusive idea, that invalidation, and that racist shame into our national psyche.

I deal with the abuse in my family and my family members, the exact same way, and I am never embarrassed to go get help when I need some balance and wisdom, or when I am the abuser and I need to regroup.

We are all in this together.
ONE NATION, ONE LAW

Michele Tittler
#ENDRACEBASEDLAWCANADA

 

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‘Chiefs Demand Say On Climate Change…Or Else’


“Alberta wants to develop more? Well, we will be there to stand in the way.” 

ERBLChiefsDemandSayOnClimateChange800x800“Athabasca Chipewyan Chief Allan Adams {leader of a ‘nation’ of 463 people} stormed out of the meeting with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Canada’s premiers, and ‘indigenous’ leaders on ‘climate change’ in Vancouver on March 2nd, because he said it fell to shambles.

“I think Canada’s in a ‘crisis’ and it ain’t going to get any better now. Canada failed terribly, the provinces failed terribly in regards to addressing this issue”, said an infuriated Adam.

Continue reading ‘Chiefs Demand Say On Climate Change…Or Else’

‘Taking The Economy To Court: B.C. Update’


Now, Canadian courts have enabled the lawyer-driven ‘Aboriginal Industry’ to sue both companies and individuals over land use on ‘traditional territories’ — even before a tribe has proven any connection whatsoever with the land in question, and even if the land had been previously stolen from another tribe. Let the chaos begin:ERBLTakingTheEconomyToCourt-BCUpdate800x800“Last week, the Halalt ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 205 people} filed two civil suits totalling $2.1 billion in ‘damages’ against Catalyst Paper, a pulp and paper company based in Richmond, British Columbia.

“The community claims that the company’s mill in Crofton—which has been operating for more than 59 years {and employs 578 people} —is interfering with the Halalt ‘First Nation’s ‘aboriginal rights’. In addition to the financial compensation, the ‘First Nation’ is seeking a

“permanent order to prevent Catalyst from conducting operations at the Crofton Mill”. 

Continue reading ‘Taking The Economy To Court: B.C. Update’

‘Inherent Right To Break The Law’


All across Canada, aboriginals keep pushing for extensions of race based ‘rights’ on their so-called ‘traditional territories’ – which, in their eyes, means all of Canada. Although Treaties did allow for the continuation of hunting, trapping, fishing, etc. on surrendered land, it has been clear from the beginning that those ‘rights’ were still subject to government regulation, including conservation, licencing, park management, etc. In addition, more recently we have been reassured that these ‘aboriginal rights’ are not applicable on what is now private property.   

“However, numerous aboriginals still refuse to accept limitations on their ‘inherent rights’. This month, stories from Alberta and Saskatchewan: ERBLInherentRightToBreakTheLaw800x800 Continue reading ‘Inherent Right To Break The Law’

‘Silencing Opposition’


“According to the ‘Law Society of Upper Canada’, Peter Best had been “instructed for investigation” because, based on…examples of facts and conclusions some aboriginals might find ‘wounding’, he “may have engaged in discriminatory conduct” and “may have acted in a manner that reflects adversely on the integrity of the profession (of law) and/or the administration of justice”… 

“Not a single word of his essay meets the Criminal Code criteria for “hate” speech or “incitement”, but the complainants…expressed the hope to the LSUC that Best would be “disbarred or suspended” unless he “completes a sensitivity training course and a Native Studies course”, as well as “apologiz(ing) for using his law practice to disseminate racist materials”.ERBLSilencingOpposition800x800Peter Best has been an inspiration to those able to see beyond the prejudices of the moment – those for whom noble principles like ‘equality before the law’ still resonate as the finest products of Western culture. His series of essays entitled “There Is No Difference” remains some of the most educational and thought-provoking material on ‘race law’ and the ‘Indian Industry’ in Canada.  

http://nodifference.ca/ 

However, in our current intolerant climate, it was only a matter of time before someone tried to punish him for it:  Continue reading ‘Silencing Opposition’

‘Scaring Off Investment’


“At a so-called ‘Canada Day’ event at a March, 2015…conference in Hong Kong attended by over 2,000 people, several speakers specifically advised investors not to invest in Canada or B.C. because of the ‘Tsilhqot’in’ decision. It seems a safe assumption this sentiment is not restricted to the mining sector.” ERBLScaringOffInvestment800x800Finally, the business community in B.C. seems to be waking up to the dangerous reality of ‘Race Based Law’, and the government’s cowardice in the face of it. Aboriginal Bands are deliberately exaggerating court rulings in an attempt to expand their power and the government continues to back off, thereby failing in its duty to the rest of the citizenry.  

Here, the B.C. Chamber of Commerce reminds the government of the legal reality, and their role in representing all the other citizens of British Columbia:  Continue reading ‘Scaring Off Investment’

‘Trashing Canada’s First Prime Minister’


January 11th was the birthday of Canada’s first Prime Minister.  Aboriginal groups and their university supporters continue doing everything they can to smear his name as part of the denigration of Canada: ERBLTrashingCanadasFirstPrimeMinister2016-800x800‘Ceremony honouring Sir John A. Macdonald target of protests, vandalism’  

“….a small group of protesters has a radically different view of Canada’s first prime minister, going so far as to call Macdonald a “genocidal maniac”.  

“The ‘passions’ {‘hatred’} escalated overnight, ahead of Monday’s commemoration, when vandals slashed the tires of the event organizer Art Milnes’ car and splashed red paint on the vehicle. They did the same to the car belonging to a local ‘Liberal’ Member of Parliament…  

“While the tires can be fixed or replaced and the paint can be cleaned, he was most disturbed by one other act — a burned Canadian flag left at his own home…  

“Three years ago, vandals also defaced the Macdonald statue, located in City Park, by tossing red paint on it and spray painting the message “This is stolen land” and the words “murderer” and “colonizer” on its base.   Continue reading ‘Trashing Canada’s First Prime Minister’

‘The Mohawk Warrior Flag: A Legacy of Lawlessness’


“The Warrior flag is an assertion of  sovereignty — especially during illegal occupations. It is used to signify that the land in question is no longer part of Canada, that Canadian laws do not apply to the occupiers, and that the occupiers are prepared to escalate their resistance to the point of violence, if necessary.”ERBLALegacyOfLawlessness800x800“The Warrior flag is a common sight at Native protests, occupations, and other actions across North America. It is a distinct flag, featuring a Native in profile, with a golden sun behind on a red background. 

“The flag first gained prominence during the 1990 ‘Oka Crisis’ and has been dubbed the “Mohawk Warrior Flag”, as well as the “Unity Flag.”

“Some native militants have claimed the Mohawk Warrior flag is merely a benign ‘Unity Flag’ of peace, with no sinister intent or symbolism behind its use, despite a long and highly-visible association with extreme violence, intimidation and criminal activity in places like Oka, Akwesasne and Caledonia…  Continue reading ‘The Mohawk Warrior Flag: A Legacy of Lawlessness’

‘Mohawk Gang Costs Ontario $50 Million’


Nine years later, after a Mohawk criminal gang threatened Hydro workers and demolished several new hydro transmission towers that were awaiting wiring – using one to blockade the entrance to the stolen ‘Douglas Estates’ housing development – the pathetic Ontario government continues to let the Mohawks, and their phony land claim, stop completion of the work.  

In the meantime, the province has paid over $50 million in interest alone on money borrowed to finance the project – and it has yet to transmit any electricity.  

Yet another result of Race Based Law…ERBLMohawkGangCostsOntario50Million800x800‘Powerline to nowhere: $100M powerline costing taxpayers millions’  

“A ‘CTV News’ investigation has revealed that a $100-million transmission line, intended to bring electricity into Ontario from the United States, is not delivering any energy. With the project blocked by the Caledonia land claim dispute {‘Mohawk criminal activity’}, the line is costing taxpayers millions in interest instead.   Continue reading ‘Mohawk Gang Costs Ontario $50 Million’