Terrorist Temper Tantrum

Posted: May 17, 2007 in Caledonia, CN Rail, DCE, Deseronto, FantinoGate, Headlines, Jeff's Blogs, McGuinty, Natives, Terrorism

While reviewing the actions of the Native Terrorists who are happily destroying the lives of so many, I can’t help but notice that they have the temperament of gigantic toddlers and many of their horrific actions appear to be the result of simple temper tantrums by people with no self control. I’ve had a lot of experience with kids over the years, and I see a similar pattern here. 

Let’s have a look at what a “temper tantrum” is and see if it may seem familiar. 

A temper tantrum is an expression of anger, often with physical and verbal outbursts. During a temper tantrum, children typically cry, yell, and flail their arms and legs. Occasionally temper tantrums last longer and consist of more aggressive behavior, such as hitting, biting, and pinching.

If this type of more aggressive behavior becomes common, a behavioral disorder may be the cause. Children who continue to have tantrums after the age of 4 usually need outside help learning to deal with anger.

Talk with a health professional if your childs temper tantrums escalate into violent behavior that endagers others or themselves.

Interesting! Presumably, since our government is negotiating with them to give them what they want, this will solve the problem, right? 

Trying to stop the tantrum by giving in to the child’s demands is the way to teach a child to use tantrums for manipulation, and will cause the behavior to continue indefinitely, even into adulthood.

UH OH!!! Dalton McGuinty & Julian Fantino are actually making it worse by giving them what they want. Dalton made the ultimate boo boo in dealing with the childish tantrum by purchasing Douglas Creek Estates, and saying the Terrorists were welcome to stay there until someone else solves the problem. Julian is using his authority as commissioner to have the OPP keep everyone away from them because that’s what they want. Both are clear cases of appeasment, and they’re both giving in to the tantrum!! 

I would never be foolish enough to underestimate how dangerous these people truly are, but I suggest their motive may not be what it seems. They want us to believe this is the only way to get land claims recognized. I suspect they may be nothing more than very large, weaponized toddlers who want that extra cookie they’re not allowed to have.

Perhaps the answer is to have McGuinty and Fantino sent to parenting classes.

There has been one effort by a group of people playing the all important roll of disciplinarian, but unfortunately it did not go well. Gary McHale stood up almost a year ago and tried to say no. On several occasions he has gone to Caledonia to confront the problem head on, and try to tell everyone to stop giving them what they’re crying for.

I was fortunate enough to be there on January 20th 2007, when Caledonia Wakeup Call and Voice of Canada were able to go around the silly OPP blockade and come face to face with the DCE terrorists, and they hurled the most disgusting insults and slurs at us that they could manage for a solid hour straight.

Gary was of course singled out the most because they know him to be the disciplinarian who is trying to take their cookie away. Often in the middle of a tantrum, children (or terrorists) will lash out at those who attempt to stop them. “ I hate you “ is not uncommon to hear from a toddler who in fact loves you, but is in the midst of a tantrum and has lost control of their emotions. So maybe, just maybe they all in fact see Gary McHale as their “mean Daddy” who is trying to do what he knows to be best.

Jeff Parkinson
Caledonia Wakeup Call

  1. “Weaponized toddlers”?

    Nice one, Jeff!


  2. Beth Hutchison says:

    I love the comparison to a temper tantrum. So many of us in Caledonia have used that over the past year and counting. McGuinty and the OPP are reluctant parents. They are overwhelmed with the responsibilities associated with raising children. They give into the children (terrorists) not because it’s in the best interests of the child but for themselves. Is it not easier to pick up the toys than stand there and insist the child clean up after their play time? Is it easier to not enforce rules than to go through the process of standing firm? If native youth are frustrated, then they need to first and foremost understand that their tantrums will no longer be tolerated. Then and only then can their youthful energy be turned into useful tools that they can use to change what in their lives frustrates them. Honestly, if they had jobs and were getting an education, they wouldn’t have time to stamp, rip down and burn. Before we throw more money at them, they need to find out what they have done with the money already handed over to them. If they can’t look after the toys they already have, then we should, as parents, not buy them new ones.

  3. caledoniawakeupcall says:

    Hey Mark,

    Always a pleasure to have Voice of Canada weigh in 🙂

    Well said Beth.

    We’ve heard claims in recent days that 75% of the money allocated to the Natives is not making it to them. If that’s true then wouldn’t you think that would be their primary concern instead of seeking more and more land? The legitimacy of the cause behind these actions is growing weaker by the day.

    Hopefully Canada will soon learn that bending over backwards to appease these Terrorists doesn’t make the problem go away.

  4. kp says:

    cant beat the old racist cliche of comparing natives to children.

  5. caledoniawakeupcall says:

    *yawn* yes yes we know.. anyone who doesn’t agree with Native Terrorism under the guise of land claims is somehow a racist.

  6. stewart says:

    Why is it impossible for people to be civil to each other? Anytime someone disagrees with you doesn’t make them a racist. The word gets tossed around so much that it begins to lose it’s true meaning. Look at the word nazi, people throw it around for every little thing that somebody in power does that they don’t agree with. A cop pulling you over for doing 120 in a 80 is not a nazi. Somebody that disagree’s with you is not a racist. Racism is a truly horrible thing, and thankfully it is dying out. Except of course for anti white racism.
    I long for the day when people of different cultures can accept each others’ differences. not tolerate, that’s a different thing. i guess my point is just that if you constantly call “racist” to every question asked or opinion offered,you really have some work to do. If white people are so bad and all racist, who do you think has helped many differrent races fight racism? Do you think the penalty for helping a slave get across our border to freedom was just money? These people put their lives on the line to help complete strangers. The same for all the Germans that helped the Jewish people when Hitler reigned! there is no such thing as “they’re all” because each one of us has thier own thoughts. so, not all White people are racist, not all Native persons are racist.
    We are at a crossroads people, and before irreparable damage is done, I hope cooler heads prevail, and this whole “day of protest” is just a peacefull protest.If trains get derailed, the First Nations will truly have turned into a terrorist group. And nobody wants that.

  7. caledoniawakeupcall says:

    I hate to be the one to share this with you Stewart because I like your view that maybe just maybe it will turn out ok.. but I quote from an article on http://www.caleoniawakeupcall.com

    ” I received information a while ago from an OPP source from within Orillia headquarters regarding the CN train de-railment back in April near Cobourg in which it stated, “Three natives were seen clamping a vise on a rail track in Cobourg Ontario, thus resulting in a derailment.”
    The source has provide us with dozens of stories that have turned out to be true including the story that Ron George, senior Aboriginal officer in the OPP, was caught drunk after his car was in an accident. This story came to me days before any media ran the story and Mr. George has since pleaded guilty in court.

    I did not post any information about the possibility that Natives had de-railed a train in Ontario because I had no hard evidence to support that they will tamper with the rail lines. My source tells me that senior OPP officers do have evidence which they are keeping quiet. “

  8. stewart says:

    You shouldn’t hate to share anything with me. Any and all information is welcome. How else can you form a fair opinion?
    But don’t mistake my optimism for a peaceful protest with my being naive. I know there are people of the First Nations that cherish the thought of going to war with Canada. I just wish we could hear a voice from within the First Nations denouncing these criminal activities. You know, a voice of reason.
    Regardless, if things don’t change soon we could be at a turning point in Canadian history. If only we had some leaders with a spine.
    Keep up the good work, I’m glad you post info from both sides of the story. Lets hope for the best but prepare for the worst.

  9. caledoniawakeupcall says:

    I’m still with you on the optimistic view that maybe someone will step up, but right now it’s looking like nobody on the other side of this has what it takes to put a stop to it either.

    Regardless of what happens next, we’re definitely already at a turning point in Canadian history. Something big is going to change one way or the other.

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