Why not stage occupation on ancestor’s lands?

Posted: September 15, 2007 in Caledonia, Home Grown Terrorism in Canada, Land claims, Native Extortion, Natives, OPP, Residents, Stirling Street Development

Sept 15, 2007
BrantFord Expositor

Having watched the escalation of native protests in Ontario for several years, I have a few personal observations to share.

Think an ancestor sold the farm too cheap? Organize an illegal family reunion there and refuse to leave. Not only will you be allowed to stay, but you will receive money and an apology from the government and current owner. An added advantage to this is the ability to repeat the process every couple generations to ensure a continuing cash flow for your ever-increasing number of descendents. Land title in Ontario is only valid until a group of people decides to take your property because you won’t pay them protection money. Don’t expect help from Dalton, he got your land transfer tax already and doesn’t know you anymore.

The Lost Tribe of the Confederacy has been found. It’s called the OPP and its chief is Julian Fantino.

Alan Haines

Waterdown

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