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‘$8.4 Billion — Only A Deposit?’


“To look at it, it seems like an impressive number but when you break it down to what the needs are, and also what is owed in terms of resources and the land that was taken from our people, it doesn’t really compare…”

ERBL$8.4Billion--OnlyADeposit800x800“The Liberals’ plan to spend $8.4 billion over five years to improve the lives of ‘indigenous’ people is getting mixed reviews from aboriginal leaders…

“Sheila North Wilson, Grand Chief of the northern Manitoba ‘First Nations’ group, ‘MKO’, called the money only

“a deposit on a historic reset.”

“North Wilson {a former ‘CBC Manitoba’ reporter} told ‘CTV News Channel’ that, compared to “the amount that our communities need and, you know, dreamed about,” the $8.4 billion “is not enough.”  Continue reading ‘$8.4 Billion — Only A Deposit?’

‘Third World Banking in Canada’


Corruption is one of the results of segregation and the unequal application of the law. While we acknowledge the actions of the two chiefs in the story below who have exposed ‘kickbacks’, as we have seen on numerous occasions these types of ‘payments’ – usually known as ‘consultant’s fees’ or something equally innocuous – are frequently a part of doing business with aboriginal Bands. Regardless of who ultimately bears the blame for this situation, the fact remains that this type of behaviour is an inevitable byproduct of segregation and Race Based Law: ERBLThirdWorldBankingInCanada800x800‘Winnipeg financial firm offered ‘kickbacks’ to chiefs to land business deals’  

“Two ‘First Nation’ chiefs say they were offered money as enticement to sign their communities up for ‘Bank of Montreal’ loan agreements, arranged by a Winnipeg-based financial firm that an internal document shows used “kickbacks” as a tool to secure clients. 

“The chiefs, from Manitoba and Saskatchewan, said they were offered money by senior officials with ‘The Usand Group’, which bills itself as a firm dedicated to helping ‘First Nation’ communities participate in the “global economy”, according to its website.  Continue reading ‘Third World Banking in Canada’

‘Keep The Accountability’


    “Once all is said and done, there’s an awful lot of money, aimed at improving the collective lives of ‘First Nations’ people, that’s being eaten up by high-paid and self-righteous leadership.”

    “Our leadership has no need for huge payouts while their people struggle to get by. And it’s especially angering when they take the money and still talk about honoring our traditions. 

    “So why not open the books on band management? Why not allow Canadians and their own people to see how much they are paid, how much they ring up on expenses, and how the fiscal dollars directed toward the community are divided and spent?”

ERBLKeepTheAccountability800x800“Is Ottawa’s promised ‘nation-to-nation’ relationship with ‘indigenous peoples’ mainly about protecting the power of ‘First Nation’ leaders and ignoring the interests of the grassroots?  

“The first sign in that direction occurred in December, when the Trudeau government announced it was taking teeth out of the ‘First Nations’ Financial Transparency Act’, a piece of legislation that provides basic local financial data to ‘First Nation’ Band members. The government lifted sanctions and stopped court actions against ‘First Nations’ communities that weren’t complying with the ‘Transparency Act’. 

“Where this goes is anyone’s guess, but let’s hope the Liberals (and the NDP) do not fall back into their pattern of supporting chiefs against their members.   Continue reading ‘Keep The Accountability’

Derek and Michele arrive at a good place


~~From Michele: Hey Derek, it’s like some cosmic trip… I had a vision, too! We both “arrived at a good place” together, on t.v. I want to come fast with you in a Teepee behind Parliament Hill. You said anyone was welcome. Pick me, pick me! It’s on your government’s dime though, o.k.? The same way all the native leaders’ trips are ultimately on my government’s dime. In the spirit of “reconciliation” and all.~~ERBLDerekAndMicheleArriveAtAGoodPlace800x800HEAR THIS POST in AUDIO (our new feature):
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(see article) http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/manitoba/manitoba-grand-chief-derek-nepinak-to-host-fast-near-parliament-hill-1.3311743

‘The grand chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs is preparing for a four-day ceremonial fast on the island below Parliament Hill next month, so that he can arrive at a “good place” spiritually before he and other indigenous leaders start working with the new Liberal government.’  Continue reading Derek and Michele arrive at a good place

‘Chiefs Free To Steal Again’


Race Based Law rolls over our democracy once again:

A lone lawyer-Judge has been able to sideline the ‘First Nations’ Transparency Act’ – at least temporarily – while tribes try to have the Act quashed in court. The Judge also paid the Bands’ court costs – courtesy of the Canadian taxpayers – and told them they could come back any time for damage claims, if they can prove harm from the government enforcing the Act.

The ‘Transparency Act’ was designed to bring accountability to tribal finances, an area that has seen extensive fraud. It remains to be seen if Trudeau, Jr. will fulfill his election promise of repealing the Act. If so, that would negate these court cases and leave Chiefs and band councils free to plunder for the indefinite future. For now, temporary plundering rights have been restored…ERBLChiefsFreeToStealAgain800x800 Continue reading ‘Chiefs Free To Steal Again’

‘Stop Blaming ALL Canadians’


“Rinelle is a typical female aboriginal victim of violence, in that her alleged attackers were also aboriginal. When aboriginal women are battered or murdered, the perpetrator is their male partner in the overwhelming majority of the cases. That partner is almost always aboriginal. Aboriginal women are also far more likely to be battered or murdered by their partners than are non-aboriginal women.”

“The problem is well known, but rather than concentrating on the massive problem of aboriginal male violence to women, aboriginal leaders insist on trying to focus on the tiny fraction of female victims of violence who are missing and may have been murdered by non-aboriginal men…”ERBLStopBlamingALLCanadians800x800 Continue reading ‘Stop Blaming ALL Canadians’

‘Less Blame and Bullying, More Accountability’


During this election 2015, I’d like to call on ‘The Indian Industry’, who are basically ALL the Aboriginal leaders/Chiefs, lobbyists, lawyers, and race agendists in general, to consider the amount of money you take from and cost innocent taxpayers, when we don’t even vote for you. Also, consider the gross overrepresentation in our courts and legal system with these never-ending, race-blaming court cases using our Supreme Court to override our DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED GOVERNMENT, to create new laws and new meanings that were never there before in Treaties; to tell exaggerated stories, too many of which amount to LIES; to not have to prove much of anything, just for race agendas, all of which are at the expense, in many, many ways, including our relationships, of everyone except your gang. ERBLLessBlameAndBullyingMoreAccountability800x800That sounds more like racketeering than democracy. Continue reading ‘Less Blame and Bullying, More Accountability’

‘Chiefs In The News – August 21, 2015’


This edition of ‘Chiefs In The News’ features a squabble between chiefs about nepotism at the Assembly of ‘First Nations’; two chiefs from B.C. who have lavishly compensated themselves at the expense of tribal members, and a disappointing remark that indicates just how deep the resentment and bitterness is in the aboriginal heart… 

ERBLChiefsInTheNews-2015-08-21“Assembly of ‘First Nations’ National Chief Perry Bellegarde admits he is in a conflict of interest by employing his long-time girlfriend as a senior adviser.

“The arrangement is not sitting well with Six Nations Chief Ava Hill (Six Nations has the largest population of any ‘First Nation’ in the country), who wrote the national chief in March asking him to “rectify this conflict of interest situation.”  Continue reading ‘Chiefs In The News – August 21, 2015’