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‘Less Blame and Bullying, More Accountability’

During this election 2015, I’d like to call on ‘The Indian Industry’, who are basically ALL the Aboriginal leaders/Chiefs, lobbyists, lawyers, and race agendists in general, to consider the amount of money you take from and cost innocent taxpayers, when we don’t even vote for you. Also, consider the gross overrepresentation in our courts and legal system with these never-ending, race-blaming court cases using our Supreme Court to override our DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED GOVERNMENT, to create new laws and new meanings that were never there before in Treaties; to tell exaggerated stories, too many of which amount to LIES; to not have to prove much of anything, just for race agendas, all of which are at the expense, in many, many ways, including our relationships, of everyone except your gang. ERBLLessBlameAndBullyingMoreAccountability800x800That sounds more like racketeering than democracy.  Continue reading ‘Less Blame and Bullying, More Accountability’

‘Playing Both Sides Of The Fence’

What constitutes a ‘traitor’? Here’s a northern Ontario chief who accepts the Canadian peoples’ money, uses aboriginal industry lawyers in Canadian courts to assert his ‘rights’ – but denies that he, or his people, are Canadians and insists that the Canadian and Ontario governments are ‘foreign’ and have no authority over his people, or the lands his ancestors surrendered via Treaty.

Now, this hypocrite has decided to “allow” polling stations on the reserves for the federal election, not only giving the Canadian citizens who reside there the chance to exercise their RIGHT to vote, but also tacitly admitting that they ARE, in fact, Canadians…

ERBLPlayingBothSidesOfTheFence800x800“A ‘First Nation’ in northeastern Ontario is welcoming polling stations for the first time in years, opting to give residents the chance to vote tactically, even though the community’s leader says they see the current federal campaign as a “foreign election.” Continue reading ‘Playing Both Sides Of The Fence’

‘Aboriginal Peoples Still Haunted By The Past’

“This gap between narrative of self-government and reality — between memory of what once was a long time ago and what is today — reflects what I call the “dream palace” of the aboriginals…

“Today’s reality, however, is so far removed in actual day-to-day terms from the memories inside the dream palace, as to be almost unbearable…”

ERBLAboriginalPeoplesStillHauntedByThePast800x800{This is an edited transcript of a talk that Jeffrey Simpson, the national affairs columnist for the Globe and Mail, gave at McGill U. in 2014.} Continue reading ‘Aboriginal Peoples Still Haunted By The Past’