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‘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?’

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‘Premier Says No To Extortion’


Thanks to our foolish courts, now even ‘partial aboriginals’ have inherited ‘privilege’ and are starting to throw their inflated weight around. The legal industry must STOP dividing and selling out Canada for profit. Here, some ‘Metis’ successfully coerced Manitoba Hydro into a payout, using protests and interference in hydro operations {See below}, and are furious that the Premier intervened. Now, the Manitoba ‘Metis’ Federation says it will go to court, and are demanding the Premier’s resignation…

“The Manitoba Metis Federation says it will go to court over a deal the federation made with Manitoba Hydro to approve future projects, including a transmission line to the U.S. border. The MMF claims the provincial government has breached a foundational deal it negotiated and signed in 2014, called the ‘Turning the Page Agreement’. Continue reading ‘Premier Says No To Extortion’