2 Tiers of Logic – Greenpeace arrested while Terrorist Freed

Posted: August 31, 2007 in Appeasement & Cowardice, Deseronto, FantinoGate, Headlines, Home Grown Terrorism in Canada, Jeff's Blogs, Land claims, Natives, OPP, Shawn Brant

August 31, 2007 

Yesterday provided some interesting insight into the logic used in the application of 2 tiered justice in Ontario. There is none.

3 protestors from Greenpeace were arrested yesterday for using civil disobedience to spread their message about coal fired hydro stations, and although their methods were over the line and they did deserve to be arrested, at the same time Terrorist Shawn Brant was freed on bail pending trial on 9 criminal charges.

The same Shawn Brant who voiced his intentions loudly and proudly this summer to target the infrastructure of Canada and the economy as a means to further his political agenda. “ I don’t give a rats ass if I create victims “ and “ Only when every home has suffered as we have suffered will I stop “ are among his many quotes.

Greenpeace delayed the delivery of a shipment of coal to the Nanticoke plant for part of a day, Shawn Brant shut down Canada’s largest railroad and highway, and made it clear he intended to do it again as many times as it takes for him to feel satisfied.

Fantino went on a long winded rant today about the Greenpeace activists putting his officers in danger and how it’s their fault he chose to send hundreds of OPP officers complete with boats and helicopters to Nanticoke.

He had the gall to refer to the crew of the boat Greenpeace painted the side of as “Terrorized” while he allows the children who live on the Sixth Line Road to suffer with NO police protection to this day because Native Thugs have told the OPP to stay away.

But what role if any did Fantino play in the release of Shawn Brant? Perhaps none, but if so the following facts are a very interesting coincidence:  

  1. The evidence of Brant’s previous bail hearings has been made public.
  2. Julian Fantino testified at the hearing that saw him released.
  3. A publication ban has been placed on yesterdays hearing.
  4. At the end of the day the judge told Brant ““I have a fair bit of respect for you now,”

Regardless of what set him free, we have a maniac on the loose in Ontario once again, but 3 Greenpeace activists have been jailed and Fantino really wants to talk about them.

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I’m sure we’ll all sleep better tonight knowing such dangerous renegades are off the streets and that Fantino is on the case.

Jeff Parkinson
Caledonia Wakeup Call
Jeff@CaledoniaWakeupCall.com  

 

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Comments
  1. Great article, Jeff. The inmates are running the insane asylum!

    Mark Vandermaas, Editor
    VoiceofCanada

  2. Annie says:

    Gee, did I miss something. Did the greenpeace protestors have guns, like the mohawks? Shawn Brant made sure everyone knew they had guns and would use them. And he is out on bail? Safe to say the rule of law is gone, I will surely remember that when approach by any form of law enforcement.

  3. Tim Parks says:

    Brant sat in jail until his bail hearing and was released on bail pending his trial. He lives in the area and is not a flight risk.
    I am sure the greenpeace activists will make bail as well.
    You really seem to destest Indians and Brant especially.
    Where was your web sight fighting for Native rights when nobody would listen? No everything is good in the whitemans world because they can actually get the media to listen when they have a grievence while Natives are forced to break the law to get the attention of the country.

  4. caledoniawakeupcall says:

    Mr. Parks I do not detest Natives nor do I detest Mr. Brant. I do however detest the Terrorism he uses against residents of Ontario and the policing policy in this province that allows him and his followers to commit these acts without being held accountable.

    For acts that meet every criteria of Terrorism, he was jailed on charges such as mischief, and allowed to dictate the terms of his own arrest.

    I am fighting for the rights of all Canadians including the honorable Native people who do not use their grievances as a front for commiting crimes against others.

    I do not see a “whitemans world” as you seem to. I see a Country called Canada in which people of all races and backgrounds are equal under the rule of law and entitled to have legitimate grievances dealt with as such.

    We’re all just people Tim. No more or less important than anyone else.

    Jeff

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