Inside the demolition of the Brown Chatwell house

Posted: January 18, 2010 in Appeasement & Cowardice, Caledonia, DCE, Headlines, Jeff's Blogs, McGuinty, Natives

January 18, 2010

How would you renovate a $400,000 home that you had just purchased? A new kitchen or bathroom, perhaps some nice shrubbery or maybe a simple welcome mat would suffice? If you’re Dalton McGuinty you tear it to the ground. After all it’s only taxpayer’s money he’s playing with here, and with a running tab of $80 Million that we know of and counting, what’s another half a mil right?

As part of their out of court settlement with the Liberals, Dave Brown & Dana Chatwell signed Chatwell’s childhood home over to McGuinty once they had finished moving into a much nicer neighbourhood than the DCE. This took place on January 14, and by evening the government had moved in and posted signs warning of supposed asbestos.

By morning a demolition crew was hard at work razing the house to the ground. None of the workers were wearing any sort of respiratory protection, and the signs warning of asbestos were nowhere to be found. Funny how truly awful the McGuinty government is at maintaining its own web of lies.

The official explanation is now “health and safety reasons” but the reality is far more pathetic. A meeting was held by the Six Nations Band Council to discuss the merits of stealing property vs. purchasing it, and there was discussion of occupying the Brown Chatwell house as soon as it was empty. This was reported in the Turtle Island News, so to prevent another illegal occupation, the McGuinty government decided to smash the nearly half a million dollar home to the ground.

There was of course a much more simple and logical solution. Retract the orders for the OPP to enforce race based policing and let them do their job. Give them whatever reinforcements are needed, and watch as the lawlessness comes to a screeching halt.

McGuinty who is in the process of having his crown employees clear his OPP commissioner of the criminal charge of attempting to influence a municipal official just doesn’t have the guts to admit that he’s been wrong since the day this nonsense started in 2006, and isn’t ready just yet to back down from race based policing, so the house was levelled.

After attending a bizarre court hearing for the Fantino case in Cayuga, CANACE went to the demolition site where I captured some of the carnage which is presented here. There’s plenty more I could say, but if a picture is worth a thousand words then this editorial is about to become rather long winded.

Jeff Parkinson

Click the pictures for larger images

  1. Brilliant article, Jeff. Thanks!

    Sorry can’t say more, have to get back to work.

    Mark Vandermaas, Editor
    Co-Founder, CANACE

    CANACE reference feature: Race-Based Policing

  2. John Grant says:

    My wife made the comment yesterday, why didn’t they keep going and knock down the other house still on the DCE? Why not indeed. I have a brother who lives in Chicago visiting me and I have been filling him in on what’s been going on for the last few years in Caledonia. As he is a reasonably normal human, he doesn’t think this can happen in a civilized country. People terrorized in their own home under the watchful eye of politicians and their minions. It seems like a story out of a country run by a dictator and not in a province in friendly old Canada.

  3. caledoniawakeupcall says:

    Thanks Mark,

    John they can’t knock that house down without going onto property that they own which might offend the Militants who are occupying it with free gas, hydro, and water courtesy of your tax dollars.

    Which means that when the Natives assaulted Caledonia residents by hooking up a firehose to the hydrant that’s on site and blasting them, that was actually paid for by the taxes of the victims.

    I feel your pain at trying to relay the disturbing true stories of Caledonia to people who look at you like you’re insane. The Liberals have been relying on the fact that the average Canadian would never believe what’s happening in that town, and it’s worked thus far.

    Fortunately times are starting to change.


  4. Aaron says:

    I find similarity between DCE travesty, sentencing of “Toronto 18” bombers to slap-on-the-wrist terms and cover-up of Fort Hood shooting. These are all manifestations of the same sin called cowardice.

  5. Eric says:

    Laws are only as good as to the degree that they can be enforced. The turmoil in Caledonia is a perfect example of the rule-of-law being ignored, thus rendering it impotent.

    I love being a Canadian but too often the way we imagine ourselves and our country does not square up with reality.

    Another case-in-point–the fact that Newfoundland Premier Danny Williams chose to get health care from the U.S. This was probably essential to his livelihood, but it is a stark reminder that we as Canadians shouldn’t feel too smug about the free medicare we get, because the reality is our medicare system is quite poor (sorry for the tangent).

  6. caledoniawakeupcall says:

    I couldn’t have said it better Eric.

    I didn’t believe the ridiculous things I was hearing about lawlessness and race based policing in Caledonia until I saw it with my own eyes.

    I was raised to believe that we as a society were much better than all of this.

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  8. DZ says:

    Can We build a house on Crown Land? Will they provide us with free utilities? Can we assault anyone else that dares come on to the Ontario Crown Land that we are occupying?

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