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Thursday, March 27, 2008

More Random Rants!

Saw something today that totally surprised me!

We all know that there are rattlesnakes in North America but did you know that 8-10 THOUSAND people are bitten by them every year?

Fortunately, with anti-venom easily available only a handful of victims actually die from these bites! But God help you if you're miles in the bush hunting or fishing!


We all know about the gang problem and organized crime in North America as well, but did you know one of the biggest gangs and source of organized crime are the Indians?

I'm not talking about the ones with the Turbans on their heads, I'm talking about the ones with the feathers!

As I have written a few times, one of the biggest cons they have going is the issue of "land claims!"

Since they are holding the government for ransom and not the average citizen they get away with a lot more and believe me, they are pushing as hard as they can!

It's really quite simple; Look at any land claim ever signed....... declare it unfair or better yet, null and void, and then re-occupy the land and hold it for ransom.

We had an Indian here in Ontario by the name of Dudley George, and he was killed by the cops during a standoff at Ipperwash Provincial Park in the 1990's. (Dudley was a member of the FBI.... A Fucking Big Indian!)

(This is the best thing that ever happened to the Indians because they raised such a public stink about it that the cops are now afraid to do anything to them no matter how much they trample the law!)

On top of the hundreds of millions in land claims, they have moved into newly built subdivisions, claim it as theirs, and occupied the new houses.

They claim rivers as their fishing territory and then charge anyone who builds within five miles of it a development fee.

(And this is in heavily populated Southern Ontario!)

They even tried to claim half of the City of Sarnia, but when talk among the white folk about "Lynchings" started to circulate, they gave that one up!

Now the latest scam is about to surface. Here is part of an article in the London Free Press this morning by MICHAEL OLIVEIRA, of Canada Press.

An alleged plan by Ontario Provincial Police to break up a native protest with force and the recent incarceration of aboriginal leaders for protesting a mining site on their land are threatening the already fragile relationship between First Nations and governments, aboriginal leaders said yesterday.

Representatives from several northern Ontario First Nation communities gathered in Toronto to speak out against the cases of seven aboriginal protesters -- including a chief and deputy chief -- who last week were handed six-month jail sentences for violating court orders and continuing protests against mining on their traditional lands.

"The children of the jailed protesters will be without a parent for half a year, and the communities feel spurned by the Ontario government despite promises of a new, healthier relationship in the years ahead," said Chief Scott Jacob of the Webequie First Nation. "The decision last week to incarcerate (aboriginal) leadership to me is not a respectful, meaningful relationship," he said.

The Liberal government didn't want the protesters from the Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug (KI) First nation to receive jail sentences and petitioned to the court on their behalf, but Premier Dalton McGuinty said he can't undo the court's decision. "There's an independent judicial process," McGuinty said.
Now kids, listen to this! Here is just how far the Indianscan go with the government. Aboriginal Affairs Minister Michael Bryant said the government has already offered $200,000 toward the protesters' legal fees and is willing to do more if they decide to appeal their convictions.

"There's no way that as long as they're incarcerated, we're going to be able to make much progress," Bryant said. "That's why we opposed in court their incarceration.."

But representatives from the KI and Ardoch Algonquin First Nations made it clear in a letter to McGuinty they don't feel the government is on their side.

"The indifference shown by your government towards the rights of First Nation communities, and the imposition of long jail terms and crippling fines in the name of the 'rule of law' has further eroded respect for both the legal system and the government of Ontario," the letter reads.

The communities were even more distressed after hearing a CBC report that alleged OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino told officers they should use force if necessary when facing protests during last June's aboriginal day of action.

"When people want to speak out for their rights and guns are pulled out . . . that is not right and that is not just and that is what's affecting our people today," said KI spokesperson John Cutfeet.

The CBC reported a series of notes handwritten by police officers outlined orders to carry out a morning raid of blockades that were set up on highways in eastern Ontario. The raid did not take place, and protesters eventually removed the barricades, but some notes said the scene verged on "anarchy" at times, and suggested Fantino "would not/could not tolerate (Highway) 401 being closed all day."
The Indians keep saying they will not tolerate this sort of situation...... when do we start saying the same thing!!!!!!!


Police seized weapons including three grenade launchers yesterday during raids on a network accused of moving Quebec pot to the United States through Mohawk territory.

A senior RCMP official says he was taken aback by the arms cache found during yesterday's bust.

"This isn't something you stumble across in every investigation," Supt. Steve Covey said.

Covey said police had no idea what the grenade launchers were going to be used for.

The heavy-duty weapons including several assault rifles were rounded up by 300 police officers who targeted Montreal and three aboriginal communities.

Raids were carried out by the Mounties, QPP and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration.The raids took place in Montreal and the Mohawk communities of Kahnawake, Kanesatake and Akwesasne.

The small arsenal included two AK-47 and two M-16 assault rifles as well as $2 million in cash. Police also seized luxury vehicles and about 110 kilograms of cannabis.

Insp. Lino Maurizio of the Quebec provincial police said about 30 suspects were arrested and members of the ring will charged with offences including gangsterism, drug trafficking and conspiracy.

They will also face charges of possession of prohibited weapons.

Ten of the suspects were arrested in Akwesasne, near Cornwall eight in Kahnawake, south of Montreal, and one in the native community of Kanesetake.

The others were picked up in the Montreal area.

Gorden McGregor, president of Quebec's association of aboriginal community police chiefs, said a flood of drugs and money have caused serious harm to native communities.

"Imagine a little community when large amounts of money and drugs coming in like that, the trouble that comes with it," said McGregor.

"For us, our priority is drugs. Drug trafficking causes the biggest social problem in our communities."
Your "On the warpath" scribe;
Allan W Janssen

Allan W Janssen is the author of the book The Plain Truth About God (What the mainstream religions don't want you to know!) and is available at the web site www.God-101.com

Visit the blog "Perspective" at http://God-101.blogspot.com

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Anonymous J R B., said...

This has been going on in the states also.

Thursday, March 27, 2008 1:27:00 p.m.  
Anonymous Sharon A said...

Exactly! I didn't want to "go there." LOL.

Saturday, March 29, 2008 11:39:00 a.m.  

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