August 21, 2008
2 years ago Gary McHale started spreading a message of equality and rule of law to communities in and around Haldimand County, and one city he chose to visit was Brantford Ontario. When he rented the Lions hall, a group of supporters of Native terrorism gathered together to badger the mayor who caved and cancelled the hall rental, rented signs to tell people that McHale wasn’t coming to town, and gave interviews claiming that Brantford had no need for people like Gary because they didn’t have a problem with their Native neighbors.
Gary had told people he would be in Brantford to speak to them about law and order so he went to Brantford as scheduled and spoke outside on the lawn while being heckled by a group of Native extremists. Brantford was obviously a city whose government lacked the spine necessary to listen to some whining from the pro Native side and really didn’t care about the torment their neighbors in Caledonia were enduring at the hands of thugs.
Not surprisingly, 2 years later the emboldened Native criminals have attacked the highly lucrative development industry in Brantford and succeeded in bringing multi million dollar projects to a halt, and driving international companies out of the city, so when we were invited to speak to the Brantford city council, we were under the impression that things had changed somewhat.
Late Monday night CANACE co-founder Merlyn Kinrade received a phone call from a supporter of lawlessness who wanted to be the first one to let us know (and gloat) that Brantford Council had caved to pressure from extremists like him and passed a bylaw prohibiting people who don’t live in Brantford (us) from making a presentation to Council.
Given some of the interactions we’ve had with Brantford politicians and developers in the past, this comes as no surprise and truly changes nothing for us.
History has shown that if we want to speak to people in Brantford, we will speak to people in Brantford, so to the few who think they’ve won some sort of victory by proving that their Council is spineless, I suggest that this will only serve to leave many more curious about what we have to say that’s worth passing a law to prevent them from hearing.Jeff Parkinson Jeff@CaledoniaWakeupCall.com