Archive for the ‘Brantford’ Category

September 02, 2008

Contrary to the fluff piece garbage that’s been published today by much of the mainstream media, residents of Caledonia took a significant step toward reclaiming their town by refusing for at least this one day to be afraid of the Terrorist Natives who continue to use the town as a pawn in their political game, nor the OPP who so diligently protect their tormentors.

Using the long overdue arrest of Steve Powless for breaching the injunction in Brantford as an excuse to cause trouble, the Natives dragged their ever present stolen hydro tower across Argyle Street and started a land protector tire fire on the Highway 6 bypass to choke off access to the town on Labor Day.


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.


July 18, 2008

As reported today in the Brantford Expositor, Councilor James Calnan intends to ask council to support a complete ban on development on any land that Six Nations claims in the city.

The move comes as a surprise to some as Calnan previously voted in favor of seeking the injunction barring extortionists from halting development at several city sites. He now says he regrets his previous decision to do the right thing because when he voted in favor of the injunction he thought it would be followed by the City extending an “olive branch” to Six Nations.

How this guy can possibly believe that any “olive branch” extended wouldn’t be used to smack Brantford in the face is beyond me, but in any case he’s clearly lost the spine he had when he voted for the injunction.


July 14, 2008

Native extremists are preparing to launch an attack on the city of Brantford according to the latest report from the Expositor. “They’re going to have one hell of a fight now,” said Steve Powless, who spoke on behalf of the protesters. “This is going to be Caledonia Part 2. They don’t understand what they’re in for.”

Mr. Powless was recently quoted calling for “war” if Brantford police tried to enforce the interim injunction issued to prevent Natives from illegally occupying land and interfering with lawful construction on private property.


The Expositor is reporting that the Brantford Police have done the impossible this morning. They arrested a Native who was violating the injunction and breaking the law by blocking truck access to the Kingspan development site.

The latest reports are that workers have not been allowed into the site despite this arrest, and that city police have shut down access to the site by blocking the road.

Stay tuned to for the latest on this breaking story.

March 12, 1940

A management consulting firm has been hired to look at the impact of an interim armistice proposed to ease tensions over local claims issues.


The Hamilton Spectator
June 02, 2008

BRANTFORD – A judge has prohibited native protesters from demonstrating at construction sites to prevent what he described “irreparable harm” to the City of Brantford.

Superior Justice Gerald Taylor imposed the prohibition this week as an interim measure while the city is waiting for the court to rule on a permanent injunction against the protesters, who have been disrupting work at five construction site for at least two months.

“In my view, irreparable harm will be suffered by the City of Brantford if it is not permitted to control development on lands within its jurisdiction,” Taylor wrote in a judgement dated today.


May 30, 2008

Another major hearing on the pending injunction against the extortionist HDI and their representatives took place before a justice of the peace this morning in a packed Brantford court room, but not before supporters of land claim lawlessness staged a show across the street.

At 9am a protest of “solidarity” began in Victoria Park directly across from the Brantford superior court. Approximately 100 Natives showed up to wave signs in an attempt to cast a thin veil over threats of violence being uttered by Six Nations residents and their chief Bill Montour.

As the only representative of CANACE in attendance, I could feel the love in the air as I checked my watch on arrival and was told by a man with teeth missing “I’m surprised YOU know how to tell time!” I really wasn’t expecting a warm hug from a strictly pro-Native crowd, but even I was surprised to see how easily they have the Brantford Police dancing like their puppet OPP counterparts.


The Brantford Expositor
May 28, 2008

Six Nations Chief Coun. Bill Montour says he is “totally opposed” to a national native day of action planned for Thursday. (Edit: What a coincidence. The day before the National Day of Nothing falls on its face, he decides he doesn’t support it.)

“This year, the (band) council has made a resolution that there will be no day of action,” Montour said Tuesday.

Chief Phil Fontaine of the Assembly of First Nations says the peaceful day of action is about raising awareness of the challenges facing First Nations communities.


The following warning to the Brantford about the consequences of attempting to enforce the law was published in the Expositor today. 

May 26, 2008

“Foundation for confrontation”

I (Clive Garlow) am one of those named in the motion record regarding the application for an injunction by the city of Brantford.


May 25, 2008

As reported by the Brantford Expositor yesterday, OPP commissioner Julian Fantino paid a visit to a longhouse meeting to chat with Confederacy chiefs on Friday.

That alone is not earth shattering news as Fantino has stated in the past that he visits the area to dine with Native leaders and visit his friends on DCE, but this time he didn’t come for dinner and he was not bearing a bottle of wine.

What’s ground breaking about this story is that Julian allegedly told the Natives that the Ontario Provincial Police might enforce the law and arrest criminals regardless of their skin color!


Brantford Expositor
May 21, 2008

New bylaws aimed at stopping native protests at city construction sites have failed their first test.

Six Nations protesters weren’t deterred Tuesday by warning signs posted over the weekend at the site of the $10.5-million Hampton Inn Hotel in the northwest business park.

“I’m frustrated,” said Danny Bawa, president of the company behind the hotel project. “Once the signs were there, it should have worked.

“People normally obey the law.”


Just when you think that the likes of Extortionists Floyd and Ruby Montour can’t get any more ridiculous, a story like this comes along.

The Brantford Expositor
May 20, 2008

Conflict has risen another notch at the construction site of a hotel repeatedly protested by Six Nations activists in the city’s northwest, with the sudden appearance of signs forbidding entrance to the property by anyone from a particular native organization.


May 14, 2008
The Hamilton Spectator

A native activist (Edit: Extortionist) is warning Brantford and Haldimand they’re courting trouble if they try to end protests over land claims with bylaws that prohibit interference with development.

Brantford quietly passed two bylaws Monday night, banning interference with development and access to property and naming three sites that have been the target of Six Nations activists Ruby and Floyd Montour.

The second bylaw banned unauthorized fees respecting developments and referred to the (Edit: Extortionist) Haudenosaunee Development Institute, a native body seeking fees from developers in the Haldimand Tract along the Grand River.


May 5, 2008
The Brantford Expositor

City police won’t help end native protests at the northwest Brantford construction site for a hotel, where work has been halted by Six Nations’ Confederacy activists.

Instead, police will act cautiously, emphasizing the need to preserve the peace, protect the public and maintain officers’ safety.