Tag Archives: Chief Stewart Phillip

‘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’

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‘Ungrateful Chief Snubs Monarchy’


“A ceremony involving the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, meant to symbolize the {one-sided} reconciliation of British Columbia’s ‘aboriginal peoples’, has been rebuffed by a ‘First Nations’ group. {Which perfectly symbolizes the one-way nature of this so-called ‘reconciliation’…} 

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“Grand Chief Stewart Phillip, the leader of the ‘Union of B.C. Indian Chiefs’, said Monday he won’t be taking part or supporting the ‘Black Rod Ceremony’…involving Prince William and Kate.  Continue reading ‘Ungrateful Chief Snubs Monarchy’

‘Let The Games Begin…’


“If they’re going to build the dam, let’s go and blockade it”, elder Maisie Metecheah said… “I’m not afraid. I don’t care if I go to jail. This is my land. I’m going to save my land.”     

“…Treaty 8 member practising and being Stewarts of this land…”

ERBLLetTheGamesBegin800x800‘Three arrested at Site C demonstration in support of ‘First Nations’ protest camp’ 

“…One person was taken into custody shortly after 10 a.m., according to an RCMP media release. It states that individual along with another demonstrator were blocking vehicles from entering a private work site related to the BC Hydro project…

http://fortstjohn.bc.rcmp-grc.gc.ca/ViewPage.action?siteNodeId=2087&languageId=1&contentId=44696 

“Roughly two hours later, shortly after 12 p.m., RCMP responded to another call about demonstrators blocking traffic. The release states two members of that group failed to comply with instructions to move to the side of the road and, after being given “ample warning”, were taken into RCMP custody…  

“…the January 6 demonstration on the roadway was in support of another group of protesters who have formed an encampment at the Rocky Mountain Fort on the west side of the Moberly River near Fort St. John. 

“A ‘Prince George Citizen’ report describes that group as members of the ‘Prophet River ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 270 people} who have established the camp in opposition to the dam’s construction…   Continue reading ‘Let The Games Begin…’