July 9, 2008
After an obscene run of wreaking havoc on development across 2 counties, the theatrics that have been called “the Floyd and Ruby show” have finally been brought to an end.
Not by the Ontario Provincial Police who have watched as they halted development in Haldimand County, nor by the Brantford Police who watched as they set to work on destroying the development industry in Brantford, but by a small group of average people who said no more.
That group is of course CANACE and we accomplished what nearly everyone said was the impossible by refusing to back away from the message we have been spreading for 2 years now. There is one law for everyone in this Country and it’s not affected by race, age, skin color, alleged land claims, or corrupt police forces who take their orders from a school yard bully.
When Floyd and Ruby pulled their latest stunt in an already decimated Haldimand County by shutting down a development in Cayuga, the OPP told the developers that they would not be enforcing the law. On May 12, CANACE attended the site and gathered the necessary evidence to lay the appropriate charges privately.
Ruby tried several times to stop me from video taping her both by ordering me to turn off my camera, and by directing OPP officers to stop me. Nobody listened to her demands, but in the process she made it quite obvious that she knew what they were doing was criminal and feared being held accountable by the one group who isn’t afraid to do it.
The OPP watched helplessly as we were handed papers authorizing us to gather evidence on and around the property to use in filing private prosecutions. When asked one last time by the property owner to remove the Montours, the commanding officer on the scene responded “no” and continued to refuse to do his job.
Now that the process of holding the most public symbols of the HDI accountable has begun, it’s simply a matter of time before CANACE takes the next step in destroying the race based policing that has been shoved down the throats of Ontarians by the corrupt OPP.
One has to wonder how many traffic tickets commissioner Fantino wrote while Gary McHale was in court having real charges filed to put an end to real crime.Jeff Parkinson Canadian Advocates for Charter Equality Jeff@CaledoniaWakeupCall.com