Archive for January, 2008

January 25, 2008

The National Post has run some excellent editorials about the Native terrorism in Caledonia in the past week and in doing so they have begun to take the blinders off of the mainstream media.

Thanks to the National Post, more and more jounalists are going to start questioning the  leadership of the OPP and the McGuinty government in an effort to find out why the OPP are refusing to act as a police force and why their tax dollars are supporting this criminal occupation instead of putting an end to it. If you have not done so yet, I strongly suggest reading these.

The Coward at Queens Park.  Q&A with Calvin Helin.  Living off the Band Land.  Send in the troops.  Caledonia Redux.  Rule of law missing in Caledonia Dispute.  Natives demand royalties for land and The disgrace of native lawlessness in Ontario

The biggest battle that those of us who fight for equality have endured has not been with the Mohawk warriors, the OPP, or the McGuinty government, but with the mainstream media who have turned a blind eye to the bleak reality of life in Caledonia for almost 2 years now out of fear of offending someone.


Update: 01/10/2008 8:55pm: This site has reached #11 of 100 in the wordpress blogs of the day “growing blogs” section for today. Wordpress is currently hosting 2,131,522 blogs. My thanks to all of the readers.

January 9, 2008

After much effort by myself and Merlyn Kinrade, a Justice of the Peace has signed a criminal charge of assault against Haldimand council member Buck Sloat, and he will have to appear at the Cayuga court house on February 6, 2008 at 9am to answer to the charge.

The foundation of the law and order that we are fighting to see upheld clearly states that Mr. Sloat is innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, so please consider all statements below to be alleged until such time as they are proven.

The circumstances are somewhat unique as the OPP refused to lay this charge and I had to go to court personally to get it done.


Updated 02/09/2007It seems alot of people are finding this article while searching for information about the smoke shack fire on February 7 2007.  Please see Another smoke shop fire in Caledonia  if that’s the one that brought you here. More news on the latest fire at an illegal smoke shack will be posted as it becomes available.


Haldimand OPP are investigating a smoke shop fire on Highway 6 south of Caledonia. Wednesday night at around 11:50 firefighters were called to Highway 6, north of the Fifth Line. At the scene they found the building fully engulfed in flames. It took crews an hour and a half to put out the flames, the building sustained extensive damage. The preliminary fire investigation has revealed the fire is not suspicious in nature. The investigation continues.