‘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’”

‘The Undemocratic World of Canadian Members of Parliament’

“In the crazy, Leninist world of Canada’s leader-centric parliamentary politics, maybe the only proper role for any MP, other than the one who has been selected as leader, is to be silent and obedient — like a Victorian child, to be seen and not heard, except when they are reading a speech prepared for them by a staffer from the PMO or the Leader’s Office…” 

“Leaders habitually make decisions on behalf of their caucus without full consultation. Votes are virtually never taken in Caucus. Rules of order are non-existent. The leader decides what will be done by “reading the room”—when he or she can be bothered—and any person who complains out loud about the abuse of process is ruthlessly punished for breaking ‘caucus confidence’.”

“This means that, by the end of the 42nd Parliament, the ‘Conservative’ {Party} caucus had become as dictatorial in its demands, and as opaque in its management practices, as Justin Trudeau’s ‘Liberals’.”

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‘Bad For Democracy’

‘Bad For Democracy’

From 4 years ago, but still relevant:

END RACE BASED LAW Daily News Canada

“Nine people — unelected people — apparently have the power to determine “what’s best for Canadian society”. With no reference to “the law”.

“What high Canadian official do you suppose recently said the following words:

“My job is simply to listen to what the parties have to say, and to do my best to understand the position, the ramifications of deciding one way or the other, to think about what’s best for Canadian society on this particular problem that’s before us, and give it my best judgment … ”

“Important work indeed. Sounds like a legislator. Perhaps a member of Parliament, a cabinet member, maybe even the Prime Minister? 

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‘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’”

‘Manipulating A Flawed Charter’

Here’s a chance for a judge to act responsibly – while throwing this out of court, give these children a lecture on wasting the court’s time. Their lawyers are attempting to use the ‘social justice’ Section 15(2) of the Charter {see below} which undermines the ‘equality rights’ supposedly guaranteed in Section 15(1). P.S. Once again, in what’s become an ongoing pattern, American interference is involved…

“A lawsuit that’s expected to be filed Friday claiming young people disproportionately suffer the effects of climate change is potentially precedent setting — but also a tough case to argue, legal experts say. Continue reading “‘Manipulating A Flawed Charter’”

‘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’”

‘Suppressing Free Speech At Election Time’

“A Canadian civil liberties group has launched an urgent application against the Trudeau government in the name of free speech… The Canadian Constitution Foundation (CCF), a non-partisan charity, states in documents prepared for the Ontario Superior Court that the government’s new election law violates the Charter rights of Canadians who wish to voice their opinions in the current election campaign.

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‘Creeping Communism’

Social justice”, with its “equity, diversity, and inclusion” of race, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity, has no room for diversity of opinion. No demonstration of that could be better than the ‘Dimensions Charter Principles’ dictated by the Canadian government to all universities.”

“This new criterion, “representation according to its exact percentage in the general population”, has been institutionalized without any consent of the general population, without any legislation, without any vote. It is an extreme version of “equality”, an equality of results, the concept of equality that is favoured by radical socialists and communists, and which was imposed in failed societies such as the USSR and Mao’s China. “Equality of results” is far from the liberal idea of “equality of opportunity, in which occupational, monetary, and academic achievement results vary according to the motivation, preferences, abilities, and commitments of individuals.

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