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‘Stop The Fraud!’


 “…we refuse to accept that Canada can demand accountability from us…”
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‘Monitoring of billions pledged to aboriginals is lacking’

“Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has gone to great lengths to foster a warm relationship with aboriginals. He has promised to fulfil every recommendation of the ‘Truth and Reconciliation Commission’, including an inquiry into murdered and missing aboriginal women which is expected to cost $40 million alone.

“More recently, aboriginals were among the big winners in the government’s first budget. They’ve been promised an extra $8.4 billion over five years for infrastructure, education and training.

“That’s all well and good, but extra injections of taxpayers’ money should be accompanied by oversight, so Canadians can be certain the funds are being properly spent.  Continue reading ‘Stop The Fraud!’

‘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 …’

‘Ontario Refuses To Enforce The Law’


     “I know I could’ve done  all the stuff that they asked me [to do] by paperwork, but then I’m thinking, ‘I come from here’”, Necan said. “Why would I start paying a permit to build on ‘my own land’?”  

“It’s not a precedent-setting case, because it never made it to trial, but her lawyer said Necan’s unwillingness to be pushed out of her own {ancestors’} ‘homelands’ is a good example for others…  

     “I hope that inspires others to take a stand against ‘colonialism’ and oppression.”

ERBLOntarioRefusesToEnforceTheLaw800x800“Darlene Necan, a ‘homeless’ – and more importantly, in this case, ‘aboriginal’ –woman from northern Ontario, plans to move into the cabin she built herself after the provincial government withdrew its charges against her in court today. 

“The ‘First Nations’ woman was facing charges from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry for breaching the ‘Public Lands Act’ and was facing more than $10,000 in fines after constructing a one-room cabin on Crown land… {on what she says was once her family’s trapline}.   Continue reading ‘Ontario Refuses To Enforce The Law’

‘Supremes Get It Wrong Again’


“Simply claiming aboriginal title is now enough to bring forward litigation against private parties — litigation that was previously only brought against provincial and federal governments…  

“With an increase in litigation, this ruling could put all current and future economic development projects in jeopardy, especially in provinces such as British Columbia, where more than 100% of the province is currently under claim by ‘First Nations’.”  ERBLSupremesGetItWrongAgain800x800“An unprecedented Supreme Court decision, allowing two B.C. ‘First Nations’ to file for damages against aluminum industry giant ‘Rio Tinto’, could have dire implications for economic development projects across the country, concludes a new study released today by the ‘Fraser Institute’…  Continue reading ‘Supremes Get It Wrong Again’

‘Mohawk Gang Costs Ontario $50 Million’


Nine years later, after a Mohawk criminal gang threatened Hydro workers and demolished several new hydro transmission towers that were awaiting wiring – using one to blockade the entrance to the stolen ‘Douglas Estates’ housing development – the pathetic Ontario government continues to let the Mohawks, and their phony land claim, stop completion of the work.  

In the meantime, the province has paid over $50 million in interest alone on money borrowed to finance the project – and it has yet to transmit any electricity.  

Yet another result of Race Based Law…ERBLMohawkGangCostsOntario50Million800x800‘Powerline to nowhere: $100M powerline costing taxpayers millions’  

“A ‘CTV News’ investigation has revealed that a $100-million transmission line, intended to bring electricity into Ontario from the United States, is not delivering any energy. With the project blocked by the Caledonia land claim dispute {‘Mohawk criminal activity’}, the line is costing taxpayers millions in interest instead.   Continue reading ‘Mohawk Gang Costs Ontario $50 Million’

‘The Myths of Caledonia’


“The ownership history of Six Nations lands in Ontario has been ignored, as has the legal basis of the Six Nations claim to those lands. It’s time for the politically-incorrect truth to be told. In short, THE SIX NATIONS HAVE NO LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE LAND IN QUESTION, AND HAVE HAD NONE FOR OVER A CENTURY.   ERBLTheMythsOfCaledonia800x800“They have never had any rights to land in Ontario by virtue of aboriginal title or by treaty. For a tract of land along the Grand River, they obtained in 1784 merely AN OCCUPANCY PERMIT from British colonial Governor Frederick Haldimand, THAT ENDURED ONLY AT THE PLEASURE OF THE CROWN.  

“After 1784, the Six Nations surrendered to the Crown various portions of the Grand River tract and by the middle of the 19th century, all that remained was the land contained in the current Six Nations reserve, south of Brantford. That is a summary of their legal rights.  Continue reading ‘The Myths of Caledonia’

‘Chiefs Free To Steal Again’


Race Based Law rolls over our democracy once again:

A lone lawyer-Judge has been able to sideline the ‘First Nations’ Transparency Act’ – at least temporarily – while tribes try to have the Act quashed in court. The Judge also paid the Bands’ court costs – courtesy of the Canadian taxpayers – and told them they could come back any time for damage claims, if they can prove harm from the government enforcing the Act.

The ‘Transparency Act’ was designed to bring accountability to tribal finances, an area that has seen extensive fraud. It remains to be seen if Trudeau, Jr. will fulfill his election promise of repealing the Act. If so, that would negate these court cases and leave Chiefs and band councils free to plunder for the indefinite future. For now, temporary plundering rights have been restored…ERBLChiefsFreeToStealAgain800x800 Continue reading ‘Chiefs Free To Steal Again’

‘NO GO’ Zones On B.C. Reserves’


“B.C.’s representative for children and youth, Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, said she estimates there are about 25 of B.C.’s 203 ‘First Nations’ who have so-called ‘no-go zones’ on their reserves, in attempts to prevent visits from social workers.”ERBLNoGoZonesOnB.C.Reserves800x800FB‘Social workers left girl at risk in ‘no-go zone’

“A vulnerable aboriginal girl was left at risk because social workers were afraid to visit a ‘First Nations’ reserve where they had been previously threatened with a knife and a gun…

“The 14-year-old girl lived with a sometimes-violent, mentally ill mother, suffered physical and emotional abuse, and was likely sexually assaulted by at least two people in her community before taking her own life…the report said.

“B.C.’s representative for children and youth, Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond, said the social workers {afraid of aboriginal violence} effectively turned the reserve into a “no-go zone” that prevented them from protecting children in dangerous situations. Continue reading ‘NO GO’ Zones On B.C. Reserves’

‘Canadian Courts Making Things Worse’


When it comes to Race Based Law, Canadian courts – in particular, the Supreme Court of Canada – have been continually extending their reach. The resulting confusion has produced a continual increase in court cases while, at the same time, discouraging investment. This is a bad deal for Canadians on both counts {steering financial resources away from economic development, and towards economically-unproductive law firms and academic ‘experts’} and, unless we change direction, it’s bound to get worse.ERBLCanadianCourtsMakingThingsWorse800x800‘Canada’s courts create uncertainty on ‘aboriginal rights’

“Supreme Court of Canada decisions on the ‘duty to consult aboriginal peoples’ and the interpretation of modern treaties have begun to suggest that so-called ‘comprehensive land claims’ agreements may not be so ‘comprehensive’ after all {!?!}.

“COURTS have shown a willingness to REINTERPRET AND GO BEYOND THE TERMS of what are highly detailed agreements, IN ORDER TO IMPOSE ADDITIONAL, UNFORESEEN CONSULTATION OBLIGATIONS on governments. They have also extended consultation obligations to new types of government decision-making, in one case EFFECTIVELY OVERTURNING WHAT WAS THE LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK…

“It is perhaps not surprising, then, that potential investors have taken notice and have shown a greater reluctance to invest in a territory that now seems to offer far less legal certainty than it once appeared.” 

Continue reading ‘Canadian Courts Making Things Worse’

‘Ipperwash: Governments Cave In To Bullying’


“DND {Department of National Defence}, through its failure to remove illegal occupiers, failure to permit the law to be upheld, failure to protect its boundaries, failure to ensure safety at one of its military facilities, and ultimate retreat from and desertion of Camp Ipperwash in the middle of the night, has created a situation that led to the death of at least one individual, the takeover and destruction of public property, terrorizing of a municipality, destruction of property values, and the tearing apart of a community and its way of life.” 

–Kenneth Williams, Chief Administrative Officer, Town of Bosanquet, Ont.

http://www.ipperwashpapers.com/ipperwashdocuments/F-34.pdf

ERBLIpperwash-GovernmentsCaveInToBullying800x800Once upon a time, the Canadian government purchased aboriginal reserve land for a military base. Forty years later, they paid for it again, just so there’d be no hard feelings. Now, the government is giving back the land for free and throwing in $90 million, to boot – and the Province of Ontario is tossing in a free provincial park. I guess they are trying to make everybody happy…

Well, the aboriginals aren’t happy—they’re fighting over who gets what from the ‘unfair’ and ‘inadequate’ gift; I’m certainly not happy with this irresponsible giveaway of public resources, and the rewarding of what was essentially ‘terrorism’; and I guarantee that you, dear reader, are not going to be happy the further you go in this post. Welcome to yet another tale of aboriginal intimidation and government weakness overturning written contracts and common sense in our race-divided land: Continue reading ‘Ipperwash: Governments Cave In To Bullying’