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‘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’

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