Caledonia Militia draws criticism from cowards

Posted: June 17, 2009 in Appeasement & Cowardice, Caledonia, Caledonia Militia, Doug Flemming, Headlines, Jeff's Blogs, Natives, OPP, Steve Powless

June 17, 2009

It’s no secret to anyone who has been keeping up with National let alone Caledonia related news lately that some residents have had enough of the lawlessness being endorsed by the OPP and have decided to form an unarmed militia to defend their town. The story has set a fire under National media who have been absent for a long time as the Caledonia crisis continues to unfold.

The newfound attention was bound to come with strings attached however and it has. Some of the media are doing their best to shine a negative light on this as they would anything else residents did to resist the rampant racist lawlessness that has been shoved down their throats for more than 3 years by Native extremists and OPP enablers while the McGuinty government funnels money in the back door to keep the whole production going.

Naturally they didn’t need to look very far to find some cowards with self serving agenda’s that they could interview who would cry ‘the sky is falling!’ about this new citizens group. There have actually been so many stories in the last few days that it’s hard to know where to start.

The first quote I remember reading was from Paula Wright so let’s start with the woman who has been speaking on behalf of the Fantino agenda and against residents for years now. She didn’t think it was a good idea for residents to form a militia, but she hasn’t said anything true (that I know of) for several years so why would anyone start listening to her now?

Then there was Dave McLean, the Haldimand Inspector who shakes your hand and smiles at you while furiously stabbing at your back with the knife in his free hand. Now before good old Dave has the OPP lawyers draft up a letter of intent to sue me for speaking my mind as he recently did to Gary McHale, let me clarify. The knife I’m referring to is not a literal one, but rather his conniving behind the scenes to work with Native thugs and the OPP brass to keep law abiding residents oppressed at any cost to the taxpayers and to the fundamentals of justice that he is supposed to uphold.

To quote the garbage that the Hamilton Spectator called an article today, McLean said Our concern is that this group is going to present themselves to individuals from Six Nations and there is going to be conflict,”

I suspect what he meant to say is that his concern is that something will happen to put the spotlight on what an incompetent commander he’s been again right before he retires this summer. I would suggest to McLean that if he had enforced the law instead of subverting it for the last few years, there would be nothing for residents and Native thugs to conflict over right now.

He went on to say “If this group thinks they’re going to be able to go out and use minimal force to remove anybody from Six Nations off smoke shack property, they are going to be faced with trouble.” Is that the excuse for not enforcing the law for the past few years? It might be trouble? Is McLean saying that Six Nations individuals are violent terrorists instead of reasonable, peaceful, law abiding, misunderstood aboriginal demonstrators? If so then perhaps the time has come to mobilize a police force to deal with the criminals? If only one could be found in the Province of Ontario…

Then there’s Steve Powless who owns the latest illegal smoke shack in town and is co owner of the one that has been sitting on Hydro One land on Argyle Street for almost 2 years. Naturally the Spectator gave him plenty of airtime because we have to hear what this psycho has to say. “When they started talking ‘Caledonia Militia’ it reminded me of lynching parties down South,” he said. “They’re not different than the damned KKK (Klu Klux Klan). I’m not going to turn tail and run … If the militia is coming after me, then let’s see them.”

Powless is a big man when he’s dealing with a newspaper or a Police force that he knows is under orders to cater to his whims, but when push comes to shove, he was easily subdued by yours truly on Dec 01, 2007 after jumping on civil rights advocate Gary McHale from behind and punching him in the head. Doug Flemming, the leader of this new militia had an equally easy time single handedly subduing Clyde Powless after he had jumped on McHale from behind (I’m sensing a pattern here), so personally I don’t think Steve would have any luck trying to intimidate or physically assault Mr. Flemming unless of course Doug has his back turned at the time.

Although he babbled about stolen land in the Spectator article, Powless made his motives quite clear in an article by the Turtle Island News this week. “All I’m doing so far is picking a fight” said Powless Indeed Mr. Powless you are.

There is of course the owner of the property, Ernie Palmer who allowed Powless to build a smoke shack on his land, and who today is claiming to have had an agreement in place for said shack to be packed up and taken away in a few days. He’s apparently outraged that a group of law abiding residents would want to assist him with his plight. I first believed his ridiculous statements in the Spec were made out of fear but then I read his comments to the Turtle Island News this week. “I was told this is stolen land and this is their land. I told them go ahead, I gave them my blessing.” “we had a good laugh”  In the same article Powless says of Mr. Palmer “I’ve been talking to him since the barricades went up” “He’s a sympathizer, he used to come by and bring me coffee”

Then there is the Hamilton Spectator who not only ran a heavily slanted, criminal friendly piece of crap as it relates to the forming militia, but used it to cover up a previous article that actually shined a fair light on the situation today. They waited until sites like Caledonia Wakeup Call would have linked to the first one before switching it with the new one, and indeed were it not for an eagle eyed Mark Vandermaas of VoiceOfCanada, we would have been driving hits to that garbage for months to come.

See the original story here

See the replacement here

This should come as no surprise to those of us who have been misquoted and misrepresented by the Spec for years, but it’s certainly a low blow to a town that is already down.

It should come as no surprise to anyone who has been fighting this battle for the past few years nor to those who have been observing it that those who are desperate to maintain the high paying status quo would crawl out of the woodwork now to condemn anything with the potential to set things right, and this forming militia certainly seems to be a step in that direction.

The inevitable standoff between those who have been terrorizing Caledonia for years and residents who have had enough and are willing to do something about it would seem to be looming large on the horizon and it’s hard to imagine how the OPP will justify having let things come to this point, but so long as this new resistance is lead by a man with the fortitude to stand toe to toe with anyone and the self control to remain peaceful and focused in the face of bullies wearing OPP badges and Warrior flags alike, the residents of Caledonia may soon be able to rejoice and start to feel safe again in their own homes.

The above qualities are embodied by Doug Flemming in abundance and I can imagine no man more suited to such a difficult task. He has been very clear about both his motives and his intent to weed out potential trouble makers during the many media interviews he has done this week, and I look forward to seeing this next chapter play out.

The argument being made by the cowards who are predicting violence is conveniently overlooking the fact that the ball is now in the court of the Six Nations radicals who are flaunting terrorism and smoke shacks in the face of Caledonia. If they choose not to break the law and go about their lives as everyone else does, then there will be no violence, no confrontation, and no basis for all of this doom and gloom being predicted by the OPP. If they choose to antagonize this unarmed group of citizens who want law and order restored to their town then there will no doubt be a conflict, but the blame will fall on those who choose to break the law, not those who choose to enforce it.

Jeff Parkinson

  1. Margaret says:

    If I was younger I would volunteer. I am only 80 but I doubt they would consider me. Margaret

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