Archive for the ‘Deseronto’ Category

2009 was a landmark year for CANACE to say the least. We have perhaps appeared relatively quiet to the general public as of late because the bulk of our work has been in the Ontario court system, but this should not be confused with a lack of action on our part as we’ve been furiously busy.

On January 12 we won a precedent setting legal ruling which began to reshape the way that prosecution by private citizens is handled by the courts and the crown. See the ruling here, and the Parkinson v R page for more details. This followed an equally important December 2008 Parkinson v. R ruling.

January 27 CANACE founders traveled south of the border to meet with US officials and provide them with evidence regarding attacks on ATF agents and border patrol guards in Caledonia. Being invited into another Country to provide evidence that our own government refused to hand over to the States was to say the least one of those days that you realize you’ve accomplished something.

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July 1st, 2009

I’ve already written about our very interesting day in Deseronto, but I think you really have to see it for yourself to truly appreciate how disgusting the behaviour of the local Mohawks was, so I invite all of you to see for yourselves in these exclusive CANACE videos presented for the first time in both standard and high resolution. Please note that playing these videos in high quality and full screen requires extra time to buffer so I recommend clicking play and then pausing it for a few minutes.

Cindy Welsh tried to explain to the crowd both the purpose of the meeting, and the reason we were meeting in a public park instead of a proper hall.

Gary McHale makes his first attempt to give a presentation to this 99% hostile crowd.

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June 28, 2009

For the second time in two years, the Ontario Provincial Police set up the members of CANACE to be physically attacked by a group of Natives who far outnumbered us. This time it was Mohawks in Deseronto instead of Six Nations thugs in Caledonia, but the intended outcome was unquestionably the same.

The last time this happened was December 01 2007 and the result was Gary McHale and I being taken away by ambulance after a protest over an illegal smoke shack in Caledonia. This time was a more elaborate setup but the outcome was certainly intended to be violent. Fortunately for everyone but the OPP, this time it didn’t work.

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June 12, 2009

According to media sources, the illegal blockade started by Shawn Brant of a bridge in Deseronto has been brought to an end by the OPP and Tyendinaga police. Reports say that some of the criminals fled when confronted by Police, and 13 were arrested for mischief.

According to the Belleville Intelligencer who shot some video at the scene, “native dissident Jerome Barnhart arrived around 8:30 this morning and chased media away from the scene.

“Clad in camouflage and wearing white sneakers, Barnhart barreled across Highway 49 shortly after 8:30 a.m. barking orders that all media “should get away from here right now.

“You need to leave right now, or else,” he said, his finger now pointing down the highway.

“The CBC is not allowed here and neither are you. Get the f—k out. And don’t be pulling off the road down there … we’re going to be watching you and where you go.”  A vehicle with individuals from the protest group followed the retreating reporter from the scene.”

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June 11, 2009

women marchIn another exceptionally pathetic display by police, a group of Six Nations women including extortionist Ruby Montour and Janie Jamieson (who we all remember telling us how peaceful the terrorists at DCE were in 2006 while a tire fire raged behind her) are being allowed to close a lane of the Red Hill Valley Parkway (Hamilton) and will apparently be allowed to disrupt traffic on the 403 between Hamilton and Brantford today. 

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July 19, 2008

Now that documents have been released detailing the testimony of Julian Fantino at an August 29 2007 court hearing for Shawn Brant, and transcripts of recorded phone calls between Fantino and Brant from the June 29, 2007 “day of action”, we are able to gain a rare glimpse into the mind of Ontario’s “top cop”.

We know that Julian is a bully when there’s a camera or microphone around to show off for, and we know that when dealing with anything remotely associated with CANACE, he is prone to making bizarre statements about violence and agenda’s that exist only in his head, but what’s he like when he’s dealing with a Native and thinks nobody is listening?

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May 22, 2008

With the second Native “day of Action” just one week away, it appears that the 2008 installment is a failure before it ever got started.

From the time the June 29, 2007 event was announced until the day was done, we were all hard pressed to pick up a news paper without reading a quote from Phil Fontaine, Shawn Brant, or some other self proclaimed “activist” intent on breaking the law with the protection of the OPP.

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Note: This story required some amount of editing to remove excessive political correctness so my comments will be bracketed and in bold throughout.

April 29, 2008

Canadian Press – Original Title: Blockades and escalating protests won’t derail talks in Caledonia: Premier

TORONTO – Blockades that cut off highways and vital rail lines won’t stop the province from negotiating with aboriginal protesters (Terrorists) to resolve outstanding land claims and end a two-year (Criminal) occupation, Premier Dalton McGuinty said Tuesday.

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April 29, 2008
Kingston Whig Standard

Administrators at Deseronto Public School evacuated students and staff yesterday as a safety precaution while police continued to monitor ongoing Mohawk protests.

The school will remain closed today.

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As published in the Hamilton Spectator April 29, 2008

I cannot count the number of times I have heard how native protesters just want peace and that they are not targeting the people of Caledonia.

In 2006, when I first heard such words, you could see the dark black smoke rising from behind the native spokesperson in Caledonia.

Although I have primarily focused on the Ontario Provincial Police and their failures in Caledonia, I would like to ask the good people of Six Nations a few blunt questions.

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April 29, 2008
The Hamilton Spectator

A Six Nations spokesman warns that supportive protest actions on a “grander scale” are coming, as a committed Iroquois Confederacy continues to stand together.

The comments come as Haldimand Mayor Marie Trainer says some residents are talking about taking the law into their own hands. Six Nations protesters are still blocking the Highway 6 bypass they closed Friday afternoon in support of protesters occupying a quarry near Deseronto, Ont.

They want the Ontario Provincial Police, who have blocked both entrances to the Caledonia bypass, to stand down in eastern Ontario before they remove the blockades.

“This shouldn’t be allowed,” Trainer said. “Enough is enough. Something has to happen. This nonsense can’t continue.”

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2:00pm

In what CTV is calling a “flashpoint”, dozens of Native terrorists and OPP officers are facing off in Deseronto right now with the Natives refusing to budge and the OPP standing their ground (for once).

It’s reported that the latest confrontation was sparked by the Mohawks refusing to leave a spike belt placed on the road by the OPP while they are filling in the section of road the Natives tore apart this weekend.

More as it comes in

April 28, 2008

Note: It will be interesting to see how the extremists who have used this as an excuse to terrorize Caledonia again will react to this news. Clearly the OPP are capable of enforcing the law when they choose to do so.

The Toronto Sun

The OPP moved in on a roadblock at Deseronto this morning and have taken back a road that was under the control of Mohawk protestors, OPP Commssioner Julian Fantino said.

“We did,” he said of reports OPP officer moved in and regain control of Slash Road. “There was no incident or arrests.”

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April 27, 2008
The Hamilton Spectator

Six Nations protesters say they have no immediate plans to open the Highway 6 bypass.

For a while this afternoon it looked as if the barricades might come down. But when protesters found out the OPP had not backed down at another protest near Deseronto, Ont. the decision was made to continue to stand firm.

The protesters are continuing to block the Highway 6 bypass today after police backed off an attempt to clear the road last night.

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April 26, 2008
Toronto Sun

Tensions were mounting last night as native protesters and members of the OPP tactical squad were in a standoff at a protest site in Deseronto.

This came just hours after about 10 people were arrested and two police officers were taken to hospital.

As of late last night the conflict had not been resolved at a scene which included lit fires in fields and vitriolic threats.

Among those arrested was Shawn Brant, who organized the blockade of the Montreal-Toronto CN rail corridor last April and June. Brant, who was arrested during a traffic stop yesterday afternoon, faces assault, weapons and drug charges, police said.

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