Tag Archives: Aboriginal Narrative

‘What’s In A Name?’


‘In Case You Missed It’ – From 2016:
{Your taxpayer dollars at work}

“Today, CBC Aboriginal will be renamed CBC ‘Indigenous’ {But Canadian aboriginals aren’t ‘Indigenous’ to Canada}, and CBC’s Aboriginal Digital Unit will become the ‘Indigenous’ {sic} Digital Unit. While we understand that there is no truly all-encompassing term, ‘Indigenous’ is fast becoming the preferred way to refer to ‘First Nations’ {Another recently-invented term for Indian Bands}, Inuit and Métis {mixed Race} peoples.

{Only because it is being promoted by the politicized Aboriginal Industry – of which CBC is major component — and the reality is that applying the term to Canadian aboriginals is a well-known falsehood…} Continue reading ‘What’s In A Name?’

‘Lies from the KAIROS Blanket Exercise’


The KAIROS Blanket Exercise is a one-sided, church-funded, anti-Canadian  theatrical propaganda piece that is being presented as fact to both adults and Canadian schoolchildren. It is yet another example of child abuse and aboriginal indoctrination perpetrated by self-righteous political activists in our schools:

“The KAIROS Blanket Exercise is a…teaching tool that uses participatory popular education methodology to raise awareness of the {fictitious} ‘nation-to-nation’ relationship between ‘indigenous’ {they mean ‘aboriginal’} and non-‘indigenous’ {the other 95% of Canadians} peoples in Canada, and to teach a history of Canada that most people do not learn {Because it’s a recently-created piece of fiction!}. Continue reading ‘Lies from the KAIROS Blanket Exercise’

‘Taxpayers Fleeced Again’


Paid for the Tragedy of Learning to Read and Write:
“The government has reached a proposed settlement with former Indian Day Schools students that would compensate each ‘survivor’ {a pejorative term for aboriginal students} $10,000, Crown-‘Indigenous’ Relations Minister Carolyn Bennett announced… Those who {claim to have} experienced physical and sexual abuse at the schools are also eligible for additional compensation of between $50,000 and $200,000, based on severity {and without having to provide proof!}.

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‘Jody Wilson-Raybould and the Betrayal of Canada’


Let’s not make a hero out of Jody Wilson-Raybould. She should have been removed as Minister of Justice when she attacked the jury system after the ‘Boushie’ verdict, and her past activism clearly indicates that she places aboriginals above other Canadians. In addition, her last act as Attorney General before resigning was to issue a directive instructing government lawyers to no longer oppose aboriginal court cases {and defend the interests of the rest of Canadians}, but to cooperate with aboriginal activists in undermining Canada’s sovereignty. Wilson-Raybould is a traitor…

“As I have written here before, Wilson-Raybould committed a number of acts and adopted a number of policies as minister of justice that advanced the interests of the native people, or at least some of the leaders among the native people, at the expense of the Canadian national interest. Continue reading ‘Jody Wilson-Raybould and the Betrayal of Canada’

‘Where’s The Proof?’


Unsubstantiated hearsay concerning incidents decades ago has resulted in a call for more money, and a government that instantly starts apologizing {Surprise, surprise…}: 

“A Manitoba chief says ‘indigenous’ {actually, ‘aboriginal’} women in the north should be compensated for the sexual abuse they allegedly suffered at the hands of hydro workers decades ago. Kevin Hart, regional chief for the Assembly of ‘First Nations’ {‘Aboriginal Communities’}, says there should also be a broader inquiry into resource development and the treatment of ‘indigenous’ women.

{What is really needed is an inquiry into the treatment of aboriginal women by aboriginal men…}  Continue reading ‘Where’s The Proof?’

‘Misrepresenting The Past’


Here is a classic example of the Aboriginal Industry at work. First, you falsify the historical record; then, you claim damages for the alleged ‘injustice’. The actual facts never seem to carry much weight. From 2015:

“Councillors in Prince George, B.C., have voted in favour of renaming a civic park to commemorate a ‘dark past’ with a local ‘First Nation’ {aboriginal community}.

“In a 8-1 vote, council decided on Monday night to change the name of ‘Fort George Park’ to ‘Lheidli T’enneh Memorial Park’. The name aims to acknowledge the history of the park, where, in 1913, the Lheidli T’enneh village was burned to make way for a railway and the city.
{An unfair characterization. See below…} Continue reading ‘Misrepresenting The Past’

‘More Threats Of Violence’


Here we have the Toronto Globe and Mail providing a platform for more threats from two of the most anti-Canadian, violence-inciting aboriginal Chiefs, who, if they weren’t protected by aboriginal privilege, would be sitting in jail cells pretending to be martyrs: 

“The ‘Treaty Alliance Against Tar {Oil} Sands Expansion’ is made up of 150 ‘indigenous’ ‘nations’ in Canada and the United States… ‘Indigenous’ ‘nations’ are supported by a…network of support from allied Canadians who understand the existential threat that humanity faces from climate change {?} and who are ready to stand up against the injustices still carried out today against ‘indigenous’ people. More than 20,000 people have signed the ‘Coast Protectors’ pledge to do whatever it takes to stop the pipeline Continue reading ‘More Threats Of Violence’

‘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’

‘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.”

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