February 19, 2010
UPDATE: it’s been all of a few hours and emails are already coming in from people claiming this is just a rumor. Despite what they would like to think, the facts were verified by multiple sources who were at the meeting this morning.
By Jeff Parkinson
In a disgusting piece of news, Attorney General Chris Bentley met with members of Haldimand Council this morning to inform them that the Douglas Creek Estates will be given to Six Nations, and that Council had best go negotiate with Six Nations now if they want any chance at having a say in what becomes of the DCE.
The meeting took place this morning at a Tim Hortons in Brantford and involved Mayor Trainer, and several council members. The obvious plan being for the province to push Haldimand Council to negotiate a deal with Six Nations so that they can say “it wasn’t us, we’re just doing what the county wanted”. You can be sure the last thing they wanted was for this to be exposed to the public before McGuinty has had a chance to deflect the blame.
The message being sent here is clear. Criminal behaviour will be rewarded by the Ontario Government, (in this case the Attorney General no less), and law abiding citizen’s rights are subject to the whims of extremists. The precedent was set when the military base at Ipperwash was given to the radicals who occupied it, and we’re heading down a dark, disturbing path if it continues now.
Soon there will be no limits for Natives in Canada, and when you consider the grotesque things they did in Caledonia in order to force a claim that is not valid, you have to wonder when or if Ontario will ever take a stand. Attempted murder, kidnapping, arson, terrorism, if we don’t draw the line and start punishing instead of rewarding this behaviour, where does it end?
Ultimately, the McGuinty path will end with good people being pushed too far and taking the law into their own hands. As one town after another is terrorized while the police stand down and watch while average people live in fear for their lives at the hands of these extremists, as chunks of our Country are handed over like dog biscuits to reward the worst kind of behaviour, and as the government works to subvert the rule of law and the efforts of anyone with the guts to stand up to them, this could ultimately come to a bloody, brutal, and completely needless end.
There is of course another way. CANACE has started a powerful and very successful completely peaceful resistance to the chaos, and you have the power to join us and make your voice heard at any time. We’ve done it with few resources, fewer dollars, no prior experience, and nothing but our own determination to restore the rule of law to fuel us.
You don’t have to dedicate your life to this cause as we have to help. You can contribute financially, you can donate time, or you can join us in the streets at the next rally we hold (March 21, 2010 – more details to follow) and make sure that your voice is heard.
It’s much easier of course to find something else you would rather do with a Sunday afternoon, but is that extra hour on the sofa worth knowing that you sat silently while your government tossed fireballs at the fabric of our society? In my opinion it is not, so I have been at every event and I will continue to be at every event.
More information on this abomination will be made available as we get it, and we will continue the battle against race based policing / race based governance as we have for almost 4 years. No time frame has yet been given on the handover, so those wishing to get involved and have their voice heard still have a chance to do so.
Those wishing to express their thoughts on the handover of land to violent criminals to the Attorney General / new minister of Aboriginal appeasement can call the Ministry at 1–800–518–7901