Tag Archives: Lawyers

‘Pipeline Phobia’


‘Standing Rock Aboriginal Protest Leader Advises and Encourages Illegal Anti-pipeline Actions in Canada’:

“There really isn’t much of a border when it comes to these issues…”
{In her speech, she refers to “so-called Canada”…}

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“Dozens of people packed a free, public event {Paid for and initiated by U.S.-organized and funded ‘Leadnow’. See below…} Thursday evening in Vancouver to hear about how ‘direct-action’ {‘illegal’} protests have affected the ‘Dakota Access Pipeline’, and whether those tactics might ‘translate’ to ‘Kinder Morgan’s Burnaby Mountain project.  Continue reading ‘Pipeline Phobia’

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‘Who Controls The Water?’


Because of the Race Based dysfunction enabled by the Canadian Constitution, yet another jurisdictional confrontation looms: 

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“Alberta’s provincial government and several ‘First Nations’ {‘Siberian settler communities’} appear headed for a showdown over who controls water on aboriginal {reserve} lands…

“The province asserts jurisdiction over all water within its borders, including on reserves – a notion some tribal communities reject.

“We always had an unwritten belief that our water underneath us is ours”, said Carol Wildcat, consultation co-ordinator for the Ermineskin Tribe {includes the Hobbema reserve}, one of the affected ‘First Nations’. “It doesn’t belong to anybody else. Alberta, I know, probably states otherwise … the audacity of them, eh?”

Continue reading ‘Who Controls The Water?’

‘End the Charade’


‘Cha·rade’ (Shəˈrād): “An absurd pretense intended to create a pleasant or respectable appearance.” and “Something that is done in order to pretend something is true, when it really isn’t.” 

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“The drums continue to beat hard all over North America for “Native Rights”, a code-phrase for ambitions to claim vast tracts of land — up to 85% of some provinces — ‘natives’ say was wrongly appropriated. Unless it is stopped, millions of us will soon have new ‘landlords’… Many of these claims are being settled administratively, or in quiet courtrooms out of the public eye. No public consultation. No means of protest.  Continue reading ‘End the Charade’

‘Bad For Democracy’


“Nine people — unelected people — apparently have the power to determine “what’s best for Canadian society”. With no reference to “the law”.

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“What high Canadian official do you suppose recently said the following words:

“My job is simply to listen to what the parties have to say, and to do my best to understand the position, the ramifications of deciding one way or the other, to think about what’s best for Canadian society on this particular problem that’s before us, and give it my best judgment … ”

“Important work indeed. Sounds like a legislator. Perhaps a member of Parliament, a cabinet member, maybe even the Prime Minister? Continue reading ‘Bad For Democracy’

‘Shooting Ourselves in the Foot…’


With an Aboriginal Industry constantly taking economic projects to court, the effects of Race Based Law are being felt more and more: 

“Canada’s business climate is becoming increasingly uncertain and we see this as a problem.

“Prudent investors look for certainty and stability when they shop their dollars around. If Canada wants to attract the investment it needs to sustain a robust economy, it must present a vastly different picture from the one it’s displaying now.

“If Canada becomes known for a business environment subject to continuing and extended government approval delays, course-changes, {court challenges} and not keeping up its end of the bargain, potential investors will take their business elsewhere, hurting everyone in Canada. ERBLShootingOurselvesInTheFoot800x800“The most recent illustration popped up right in our backyard. The Federal Court of Appeal last month overturned the federal government’s approval of the Enbridge ‘Northern Gateway’ pipeline project… The Court found that the federal government had not ‘adequately consulted’ with ‘First Nations’ groups…

Based on previous approval from the federal government, other groups involved had, in good faith, been investing time, energy and money, upholding their commitments and doing their part. Notably, the chief proponent, ‘Enbridge’, the company behind the Northern Gateway project, went through extensive consultations with aboriginal groups… Continue reading ‘Shooting Ourselves in the Foot…’

‘Deconstructing The Aboriginal Industry’


“The ‘Aboriginal Industry’ favours Segregation over Integration…”

“The generally dysfunctional character of aboriginal community leadership and administration remains deeply entrenched because of the influence of an industry of lawyers, consultants and other professionals that benefit from the status quo of native dependency.

“These opportunists encourage a culture of opposition – to virtually any government attempt to improve aboriginal conditions – on the basis of entitlement for past injustices.

“They then, through their advocacy “research”, construct apologetics that justify aboriginal isolation and marginalization.” ERBLDeconstructingTheAboriginalIndustry800x800 Continue reading ‘Deconstructing The Aboriginal Industry’

‘Supreme Court Dividing Canadians’


The Canadian taxpayers are now expected to pay for even more ‘dependents’, land claims, etc., as Canadian lawyers continue to divide Canadians into two separate racial and legal categories: ERBLSupremeCourtDividingCanadians800x800“The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that tens of thousands {600,000} of Métis and non-status Indians are the responsibility of the federal government, ending a 17-year court battle.

“In a unanimous ruling that may serve now as a starting point for those pursuing land claims and additional government services, the court held that non-status Indians and Métis are considered “Indians” under ‘section 91(24)’ of the ‘1867 Constitutional Act’.  Continue reading ‘Supreme Court Dividing Canadians’

‘Aboriginal Reserves Sue For $3 Billion’


“Oil-producing Saskatchewan ‘First Nations’ have launched a class-action lawsuit against the ‘Government of Canada’, claiming it mismanaged developing the resources on ‘First Nations’. ERBLAboriginalReservesSueFor3Billion800x800“The class-action lawsuit claims that the federal government owes the ‘First Nations’ an estimated $3 billion, because the government agency that is responsible for protecting their oil and gas resources has allowed the natural resources to be drained away for decades without demanding that ‘indigenous’ communities be compensated…  Continue reading ‘Aboriginal Reserves Sue For $3 Billion’

‘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’

‘They’re Back For More …’


“I have spoken many times…about how controversial the Residential Schools matter is…  Many stepped forward to tell stories of supposed woes, garner the sympathy of whoever holds the purse strings, and obtained “compensation” for the pain and suffering they supposedly endured.   

“The party line says that you must all agree that this happened everywhere — not just in remote communities up north, no, it was endemic — and so all Residential Schools must be tarred with the same brush…

“However, if one looks at the objective facts, and speaks to respected elders who were there and whose stories have NOT been told, you will hear a very different scenario.” ERBLThey'reBackForMore...800x800‘Opportunist Ambulance Chasers Try to Scam More Money from the Government over Residential Schools’ 

“In an article entitled ‘Compensation for Sixties Scoop and Day School Abuse’ — found in “Two Row Times”, 28 October 2015, p.4 — we learn that some law firm proposes that there are  

    “victims of Canada’s assimilation policies through residential schools and other legislative bodies that have fallen through the cracks when it comes to financial compensation”.   

“The solution: a class action lawsuit to grab more money from the Canadian taxpayer… 
Continue reading ‘They’re Back For More …’