‘An Issue of Freedom of Speech’

“At any given moment there is a sort of self-prevailing orthodoxy, a tacit agreement not to discuss some large and uncomfortable fact.”
– George Orwell

“The Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal establishments, for their own sometimes-selfish purposes — contrary to one of the most fundamental values of democracy: free and open debate on important public issues — have in effect declared a ban on free speech around this profound human rights issue…

“A consideration of what pre-contact Aboriginal culture was really like is rarely engaged in. Aboriginal spokespersons stay on the general, merely declaratory level in this regard because to descend into the realm of facts and particulars — and to seriously consider them — makes one realize immediately how shallow, dogmatic, constricted, and almost dishonest so much of the current discourse is on this topic.  Continue reading “‘An Issue of Freedom of Speech’”

‘Carving Up Canada’

“At almost 110,000 square kilometres, ‘Tallurutiup Imanga/Lancaster Sound’ will be the largest protected area ever established in Canada, more than twice the size of Nova Scotia.

“The ‘Tallurutiup Imanga’ agreement means a massive chunk of strategic Canadian waters will be carved off and put under the stewardship of the Nunavut government, fully funded by the Canadian taxpayer, of course. In reality, these areas will be subject to regulation under the United Nations “Sustainability 2030” frameworks that aim to restrict citizens to approved human habitation zones and control and tax the use of all resources. It also leaves them open to exploitation by the Elite backers of these private foundations and is allowing the ‘Liberal’ {Party} Junta to sell Canada off to these elites and their Chinese allies.  Continue reading “‘Carving Up Canada’”

‘Creating A Legend: The Orange Shirt’

It’s understandable that a child would be upset by having to trade in a favourite piece of clothing for a school uniform, but it was the same for all children — not just aboriginal — at religious schools. What isn’t understandable is that she would still be holding a grievance all these years later. This is where counselling comes in… 

“‘Orange Shirt Day’ began in Williams Lake in 2013 and has since spread to schools across B.C. and Canada. ‘Orange Shirt Day’ (September 30th) is a day when we honour the ‘Indigenous’ {sic, ‘Aboriginal’} children who were sent away to residential schools in Canada and learn more about the history of those schools.  Continue reading “‘Creating A Legend: The Orange Shirt’”

‘Canadian Gov’t Invites U.N. Interference’

Canada’s unfortunate virtue-signalling at the United Nations simply Invites U.N. interference. Both the current and previous federal governments are guilty, as it was the ‘Conservative’ Harper government that signed on to the ridiculous UNDRIP – a document that permanently segregates Canadians and guarantees the unequal application of laws…

“Not that it will come as much of a surprise to folk here in Alberta, but the United Nations has stuck its well-manicured fingers into the very future of Canada’s major energy projects. The U.N.’s ‘Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination’ — I wager there are some juicy expense accounts tied to membership in that saintly crew — is urging Canada to stop work on three major resource projects, including the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion, because we haven’t ‘gained approval’ from affected ‘First Nations’ {‘Aboriginal’} folk.  Continue reading “‘Canadian Gov’t Invites U.N. Interference’”

‘Different Strokes for Different Folks – Banishment’

This isn’t a discussion about the efficacy of ‘banishment’, but about the fact that Canada’s discriminatory Constitution treats aboriginals and aboriginal reserves differently than all other Canadians. In Canadian communities, ‘banishment’ can only be done by court order {See below} – unless it’s an aboriginal reserve:

“Kingsclear ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 1,053 people} Band council has “banished” five people from the reserve as part of a stepped-up effort to rid the community of illegal drugs, says the chief. Continue reading “‘Different Strokes for Different Folks – Banishment’”

‘Unofficial Languages’

“Behold, the people is one, and they have all one language…and now nothing will be restrained from them, which they have imagined to do… Let us go down, and there confound their language, that they may not understand one another’s speech.”
–Genesis 11:1-7


UNESCO (U.N.) has declared this the ‘International Year of ‘Indigenous’ Languages’. In Canada, we have only 2 ‘official’ languages and current legislation seems like a backdoor attempt by the federal government to elevate aboriginal languages to a similar status; otherwise, there isn’t justification for spending on unofficial languages: Continue reading “‘Unofficial Languages’”

‘Decolonizing Another Campus’

The structural racism that segregated aboriginals in the 1867 BNA Act continues to be practiced by Canadian institutions – and they still think that ‘It’s for their own good’. Now, aboriginal racial nationalists also agree. Why can’t students of aboriginal heritage be regarded — and treated — as unique individuals rather than as members of a racial collective?

“On March 6, 2018, Acadia University President Dr. Peter Ricketts released Acadia’s ‘decolonization’ strategy, opening new doors for ‘indigenous’ students and scholars and new opportunities for collaboration with neigbouring Mi’kmaq communities and their leaders. Continue reading “‘Decolonizing Another Campus’”

‘Government Discrimination Backfires’

The federal government’s ‘reverse discrimination’ policies inevitably satisfy no one – including those the discrimination is intended to benefit:

“A backlash is growing against a multimillion-dollar federal bid to promote {one-way} ‘reconciliation’ and economic development among ‘indigenous’ groups in Atlantic Canada and Quebec.

“A group that represents 13 Mi’kmaq ‘First Nations’ {‘Siberian settler communities’} in Nova Scotia issued a statement Friday saying it is joining politicians in Newfoundland and Labrador to demand Ottawa reverse its recent decision to award a lucrative Arctic surf clam fishing licence to a company based in Cape Breton that claims to have ‘indigenous’ partners in all five provinces. Continue reading “‘Government Discrimination Backfires’”