June 1, 2009
In another show of Canada’s apparent impotence in the face of Native terrorism, Canadian border guards abandoned their post this morning on Cornwall Island out of fear for their safety as hundreds of Mohawks moved in.
The Seaway international bridge is now closed because some Natives decided they didn’t like the fact that the border guards were going to be armed beginning today in order to more effectively do their jobs. Perhaps they were afraid this would cut down on their contraband smoke and gun smuggling business, but in any case a relatively small group of people have been allowed to close an international border which in my submission shows how far the situation in Canada has degenerated in the last few years.
This Country is paralyzed with fear anytime some Natives decide to “protest” and this problem has obviously spread far beyond a little land claim in Caledonia. What’s almost as pathetic is the lack of mainstream media coverage of this disgusting new development as I could only find a few stories consisting of a few paragraphs of vague information.
What little information is being reported is done so with a spin to ensure that nobody offends the Native criminals as usual. Behold the CBC story on this crisis in its entirety:
“Canadian border guards abandoned their posts early Monday at a U.S. border crossing at Cornwall, Ont., after talks broke down with Mohawk officials over the arming of border guards.
Canadian Border Services Agency workers left their posts on Cornwall Island, citing safety concerns.
Mohawk leaders from the Akwesasne Mohawk territory, which straddles the borders of Quebec, Ontario and New York, say they don’t want the guards to be armed because it would violate their sovereignty and increase the likelihood of violent confrontations.
Officers working at the crossing, which is in the middle of the Mohawk territory, were to start carrying 9-mm handguns on Monday.
Reports say roughly 400 Mohawks camped out near the building cheered when news of the departure became known.
On Saturday, about 200 Akwesasne Mohawks marched on the Canadian Border Offices in Cornwall Island shouting “No guns.” The demonstration briefly held up border traffic but the bridges were not closed.
Public Safety Minister Peter Van Loan’s office said the issue is out of its hands.
The Canadian Border Services Agency began arming its guards in 2007.”
Yes folks the Minister of Public Safety says that this critical issue of public safety is out of his hands. Whose hands is this in then?
CaledoniaWakeupCall will stay on top of this developing story, but clearly we as a Country have a much more serious problem on our hands than any of us previously realized.
One can only speculate about the true motives of these terrorists at this point but I would suggest that the recent decision by Ontario to reward this kind of behaviour by giving them Ipperwash Provincial Park and paying to build a monument to terrorist Dudley George did nothing to discourage rampant lawlessness by Native thugs.
I for one will be contacting my MP about this disturbing turn of events and I would suggest that you all do the same. Our government needs to realize that we’re not willing to sit quietly and ignore such behaviour.