Archive for August 27, 2007

Originally published January 7, 2007. Republished August 27, 2007 as evidence of the Native Supremacy Movement in Ontario.

It is truly amazing just how much the Native protesters and the KKK have in common. It appears the protesters and the KKK not only look alike, act much in the same way, but they share the same philosophical world view.

Natives & KKK look the same:

Both have masks and wear something to cover their head while using Flags to make it look like they are being patriotic. It is not that they hate others – they claim – but they love their country, their culture, their nation.

Both love Freedom of Expression but not for others:

It is truly amazing that the Native Protesters claim their Right to Free Expression but condemn anyone who disagrees with them. When one considers that the Grand River Six Nations is the largest reserve in Canada you think you would find a certain amount of diverse views.

We all see that within Caledonia there have been serveral groups trying to get their message out to the media – Caledonia Citizens Alliance, Caledonia Resistance, Citizens of Caledonia and more. In any democratic society you always find groups who have opposing views who are trying to get their message out to the media. We see that we have both Liberal and Conservative media outlets within our communities. On almost any issue you will find media that support it while others oppose it. This is what true democracy produces, a firm belief in Freedom of Expression

On April 29th the Toronto Sun printed a letter from a Native person who voiced his view that the protesters were wrong. [Link] I posted this story last week on the reclamation site and the immediate response from Native people was to call this Native person an ‘Apple’ – a phrase by the way I had not heard until I went to Caledonia in July.

‘Apple’ is a racial slur by Native people claiming he is “white on the inside but red on the outside“. So the immediate response by Native people to this person’s free expression was to attack him with racial slurs.

Burning Crosses or Tires the message is the same:

The purpose of burning crosses is to send a message that can clearly be seen by all that the KKK is present, that they are active, that they are willing to do things in public to intimidate. The Clan would often burn crosses at night to ensure the maxinim visual effect.

I don’t think the Native protesters were burning tires for warmth or because they wanted to collect the hazardous run off.

What could produce a greater visual effect but dark black smoke that could be seen for miles. The open burning of tires, in full view of OPP, was sending the same message as the Clan did – we are here, we are active and we are willing to do things in public.

When Burning Crosses doesn’t work you burn other things:

Both the KKK and the Native protesters don’t limit themselves to just symbolic burnings (crosses or tires). The violent nature of both groups can be clearly seen in their actions.

The photos here are the burning down of a bridge, a barn and the power station but the Natives have used fire as their means to send a message to the OPP, the Government and residents many times.

Vehicles have been destroyed, numerous grass fires have been set as well as fires by Hydro towers, and large bon fires have occurred.

 

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Originally published January 1, 2007. Republished as further evidence of the Native Supremacy Movement in Ontario August 27, 2007

So far to date I have avoided talking about Religion and how it plays a role in Caledonia and in spreading of hate within the Native Community.

Allow me first to state my own personal beliefs, which I have avoided to do because many groups are quick to use the racist card to make themselves look like victims.

I am not spending any time on Muslim Extremists since the topic has been well covered since 911, other than to say that no group should be judged by the actions of the Extremists who have hijacked the religion to further their cause.

It is easy for people to identify Christian Extremists (KKK) and Muslim Extremists (Bin Laden) but for many there is no such thing as Native Extremists. Since no one group is perfect and human nature itself is such that there will be some in every group who hate, then logic forces us to accept that there would be Extremists within Native groups.

The fact that Native people cannot see that there are Native Extremists only points to how serious the issue is. Go back 100 years and ask the people of the deep south in the US whether the KKK was a Christian Extremist group or not. I am sure the vast majority would have said no. When Extremists control the culture then the situation is completely out of control.

This is the way it is within the Native community today. The few who have their own hatred, their own political agenda, their own power struggles have hijacked Native Spiritual beliefs to justify spreading violence and hatred.

I was raised a complete Atheist and became a Christian in my early twenties. I am not a Christian because my parents were but because I chose to be one. As such my beliefs are part of who Gary McHale is and in no way should be understood that somehow I am perfect (clearly I have character flaws) or better than anyone else.

I will admit that I have zero understanding of Native spiritual beliefs and next to zero about Muslim beliefs. However, I believe my own understanding of Christianity and human nature permits me to cover the topic at hand.

Every group has it’s own Extremists – whether these groups are based on Race, Religion, etc., human nature appears to be that there always will be some who see themselves as supreme which then is taken to the extreme.

What do I mean by Extremists

Being devoted to one’s beliefs is not being Extremist. Non-believers may see you as being extreme because your behavior doesn’t match the cultural norms. For example, there are groups that don’t drink tea or coffee which may appear to be foolish and extreme to some but devotion to one’s beliefs is in fact what all Religions in the world seek to produce.

By my view Extremism by definition hijacks their religious belief system to further their hatred and cause. When this occurs it is easy to paint all people who hold a particular religious view as being the same.

The whole idea of White Supremacy based on Christian teaching is itself an oxymoron. These people don’t start with a strong Christian belief and then turn to hate. At best they have a very weak Christian view but their hatred controls how they see the world and Christian teachings.

The very fact that right at the beginning of the Bible it states God created all men in His image shows just how quickly these people of hate refuse to accept what they claim to believe.

Since I got involved in the events in Caledonia I have heard repeatedly Native protesters talking about the Great Peacemaker and how their protest is peaceful (again devotion to one’s spiritual beliefs is great).

Jesus once said, “you will know them by their fruits” or in modern words, “Actions speak louder than words”. To claim to follow something called “Great Peacemaker” while your group attacks seniors, burns down a bridge, attempts to murder a cop is hypocracy at the highest level.

It is like the KKK hanging a black man just after the preacher quotes Jesus telling people to love their neighbor.

The problem is so pervasive at this moment of history that many Canadians and the Government are not seeing that Native Extremists as just as bad as Muslim Extremists. Everyone reading this would see that if a Muslim group dug up the highway, blocked railway lines, destroyed the power station, attacked residents and attempted to kill a cop the Government would immediately declare them a terrorist cell and arrest everyone one of them. And certainly if a group of peope claiming to be KKK did these actions they would be arrested before the end of the day.

But just like the deep south 100 years ago, our governments & police forces have been influenced by the Native Extremist propaganda of hate and threats of violence.

Read the full story here

Originally published October 6, 2006. Republished as evidence of the Native Supremacy Movement in Ontario August 27, 2007

I have always find it amazing how Native Supporters are crying about racism, and hatred toward them and how this site calls for violence against them. Here is a sample of how they tell about us – you decide who is racism and who is spreading hatred and calling for violence. Sorry for the language it appears to be just the way they talk.

Gayogoho states, “I just recieved word from my source that Gary McHale and Droopy john are planning on raping our children please someone stop them.”

Ryan Paul states, “The website is www.caledoniawakeupcall.com. The entire website is one big hate site, hidden by the abscence of vulgarities and blatant hate. I hope someone one day finds the c@cksucking little cvnt who runs the site and puts a bullet in his head…

There’s two reasons why I take offence to your shit, and think you deserve to be shot. #1, I have two native children. #2, your bullshit gets all non-natives tarred with the same brush, which includes me!…

You really are an asshole and I dearly hope every day someone takes you out. You’re a bigot, a racist, a shit stirrer and a good-for-nothing bastard.”

Cornplanter creates a thread called, “McHale, Druppy..please don’t rape our children…..”

“Gentlemen; Can we have some assurance that you won’t rape Native children when you are around Six Nations?… I don’t think there is any depth that McHale is willing to sink to. “

Tsi Nikayen’ Enonhne’ (Gregg Powless) states, “Now I know where I have met you McFailure. Gary McHale=Satan. You once tried to make a deal with me but I refused your offer. Then you threatened me with your mob of devil-worshippers by saying you would mount an offensive march against my family.Ah but Satan has no allies. He is alone in pergatory. Gary “Satan” McHale really is harmless. HE MUST get others to do his bidding because he is incapable of leaving hell or spreading evil without our consent!

Go demon and fornicate with your mother! That might be the one thing that makes her proud of you.”

Read the full story here

Originally published August 16, 2006. Republished August 27th, 2007 as evidence of the Native Supremacy Movement in Ontario.

As a Canadian we don’t normally have to read such vulgar hate speech expressed against other Canadians. Certainly we support the rights of all Canadians and the whole reason this site was created was to ensure that all people are equal under the Law.

We do not agree that Natives have the right to discriminate against others nor do they have the right to spread hatred.

The fact remains however, that many Natives are against Asians, Blacks, Mexicans, Jews and Europeans and are demanding that they leave Canada – ‘Go Back to Where You Came From’ is their expression.

Our Governments have been wilfully lying to us over the years about the nature of many Native people. Even in Caledonia the Government is creating an Educational Program as part of the land claim – I don’t know what education has to do with a land claim that you already have decided is invalid. According to Hazel Hill this educational program is to address the racism of non-native people.

Once again the Ontario Government will go around telling everyone the Natives are right and we are racist.

Well, we say B.S. to that. We are not the ones calling for all Asians, all Blacks, all Jews etc. to get out of Canada. We are not the ones saying Canada isn’t a Country and that Canada has no authority to create a Constitution or Criminal Code.

How about an educational program teaching Natives that they are subject to our laws – something they don’t believe? How about educating Natives that other people have Rights, that other People are Human, that other People should not be assaulted and intimidated.

How dare Natives call upon Asians to get out of Canada. How dare Natives call Blacks white and tell them to get out of Canada.

We have seen the Natives in Caledonia fly Palestinian flags and march in Toronto in support of the terrorist group Hezbollah. [link][link]

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Native journalist Kahentinetha Horn, a reporter for Mohawk Nation News:

Last year, she publicly defended the pro-Holocaust remarks of David Ahenakew, the former Assembly of First Nations national chief. Ahenakew told a reporter that Jews were a “disease” and that Hitler was right to have “fried six million of those guys,” Horn wrote in the MNN that Ahenakew was referring only to Jewish “financial and media barons” and argued that Hitler deserved admiration because he “made sure the people had employment and good health.”

Because of the atrocities that happened during Worrld War II, people have forgotten that Hitler was a 20th Century pioneer of the social welfare state. He instituted decent living conditions for the common German people. They had been suffering terribly because of oppressive reparations they were required to pay following the defeat of their monarchs during World War I. Hitler reorganized the German state. He made sure the people had employment and good health. But his social engineering project went too far. He tried to get rid of not only the Jews, but also Gypsies and the mentally and physically handicapped.” Kahentinetha Horn, MNN Mohawk Nation News

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By Gary McHale – www.CaledoniaWakeupCall.com

August 26 2007

In 1981 we moved to Toronto – Steels and Warden Ave. to be more exact. We moved into an apartment and lived on the 20th floor. Although it was part of Scarborough, it looked like we were in the country since you had to drive on dirt roads to get to our building. 

 We lived there for 14 years and 200,000 people moved into the area.During the 1980s was the time when Canada opened the doors to people from Hong Kong with over 500,000 moving to Canada in a few short years.

We witnessed the malls change from English to Asian and one by one businesses started to have Asian only signs. Home after home was built and purchased by Asian people and slowly even the churches started to have Asian only services. To us this wasn’t a problem.

My wife donated time teaching English as a Second Language to Asian people but many whites and blacks had a hard time. Suddenly their neighborhood had a new culture, customs and language.

Throughout history racism starts when such changes occur in communities when those who hold to their culture and customs are forced to allow others to live side by side with them.

Just how many white communities over the years hated it when the first black family moved in. To them their white culture, traditions and customs were suddenly under attack. For these whites their whole way of life had to be defended.

Janie Jamieson’s statements in Toronto Life demonstrates Racism 

Imagine my surprise to read that Janie Jamieson, Native Spokesperson for DCE occupation, used the very words that whites used when Blacks move in to their neighborhoods. When the Asians first moved into Scarborough they were met with the same racist statements and attitude that Jamieson admits to in the Toronto Life story. The following is the quote from Toronto Life Aug 2007: 

For Jamieson, the story raised a red flag. The plan projected 7,000 new residents in Haldimand County alone over the next 20 years. “That really frightened me,” she recalls. “All these strangers moving right onto our doorstep, and we had no say in it.” 

This is like reading white supremacy material that shows a fear that Blacks are moving in and the whites have no say. Whites fear their culture and traditions would start to change. Their children would slowly mix and white culture would be lost.

Jamieson states in the Toronto Life story that “We have such a strong, rich history…” This is true but so does every group. What Jamieson is presenting is that by allowing Italians, Germans, Asians, Africans etc. to move right onto their ‘doorstep’ that she was ‘frightened’.

This truly is the heart of racism.

By Gary McHale – www.CaledoniaWakeupCall.com 

August 26, 2007

 

No one could deny the historical abuses that Blacks faced in the USA and especially in the Southern States. No one could deny that the rise of the KKK added greatly to the hardships faced by Blacks. Clearly the USA was guilty of violating the basic Human Rights of Blacks for several generations. 

Both Dr. King Jr. and Malcolm Little (called Malcolm X) lived in the same time frame and each saw it their duty to fight for the Rights of the Black people.Each saw the historical abuses and the hatred that many Americans had towards the Black people. Each had stories where they witnesses racism and violence against Blacks first hand. 

But each of these men chose a pattern to fight for the Rights and Freedoms that Blacks deserved to have. Freedom from racism and freedom from the violence that came with such racism was a noble cause to fight for. The Right to Equality under the Law and Equality throughout American Society was something that was deserved. 

One chose to be consumed by Hate and would lead Black Rights Groups that would see Hate and Violence as the means against the white man. One chose to be governed by patience, tolerance and he fought for peace, not using violence.

 

 Who is your Hero? 

We chose Dr. King Jr. Unfortunately, the media printed that because we quoted from Dr. King Jr. and believed it was great to follow his example of non-violent protest, that this was something they could use in order to insult me, saying that I thought I was Martin Luther King Jr.Meanwhile, Red Power Studios and a Delegation of Six Nations Youth saw their hero in the form of Malcolm X. They created a video with images of Malcolm X along with one of his speeches that justified killing people for land. 

To date the media has not bothered to point out that Native Extremists are idiolizing Malcolm X – maybe they’re too busy thinking it is funny that we quote from such a peace loving person like Dr. King Jr.