One nation, one law, one justice

Posted: May 16, 2007 in Caledonia, CN Rail, DCE, Deseronto, Headlines, Land claims, Natives, OPP, Terrorism

Canadians want two things when it comes to the treatment of aboriginals. The first is respect for the principle that no one is above the law. The second is that land claims must be fairly resolved and a way found to address high rates of aboriginal crime, unemployment, poverty, addiction, disease, illiteracy and suicide.

The first principle — no one is above the law — means aboriginals don’t get to shut down rail lines, & hold innocent communities hostage, as has been going on in Caledonia for 15 months, due to gutlessness by federal and provincial politicians.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper and every premier need to make this clear — and back it up with military and police force. It’s time for Canadians to become impatient, and demand action. Once and for all.

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