‘RECENT POSTS on the ‘NEWS’ PAGE’


Propaganda In A Comic Book{Oct.8, 2022}:

“More racist, reactionary propaganda. There will be no ‘reconciliation’ if it is based on simplistic caricatures of history and misrepresentation of issues like the pipeline. This might make ‘anti-capitalists’ feel righteous (As one commenter put it: “Sharing with your permission, comrade“), but does no good for the Aboriginal Canadians of today.”

https://endracebasedlaw.ca/2022/10/08/propaganda-in-a-comic-book/

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‘The REAL story of the Wet’suwet’en Pipeline Protests’


We regret to say that nearly everything the so-called Wet’suwet’en land defenders and their supporters have been doing is in direct conflict with these traditional laws and protocols… The protesters have also taken it upon themselves to invite violent people {Mohawks and Vancouver ‘anarchists’} into ‘our territories’… Many are also afraid to speak up because of bullying and alienation by aggressive and confrontational people on social media, who do not know the facts.”

Continue reading ‘The REAL story of the Wet’suwet’en Pipeline Protests’

‘No Race-Based Education’


Say 'NO' To Segregation

“Canadian aboriginal elites are now demanding more than just the maintenance of their control over educational financial assistance for aboriginal youth. They’re demanding complete control over the entire aboriginal education system itself! 

“Unfortunately,when considering the causes of low academic achievement on the part of aboriginal youth, it is apparently ‘verboten’…to ever publicly ask or debate whether or not the “separate but equal” status quo might be contributing to this disastrous situation (THAT might threaten egos, funding, control over funding, and Indian industry jobs). Rather…their solution is for Canada and the provinces to pour more money into the existing dysfunctional situation, and to give aboriginal elites more control over it…”
–Peter Best

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‘Another Aboriginal Treaty Violation’


Canadians For Legal Equality BLOG

Situations like this result from a series of irresponsible and economically-illiterate rulings by the Supreme Court of Canada… 

“A northern Saskatchewan ‘First Nation’ {Aboriginal community} blockaded a road and issued a cease-and-desist order against a Toronto uranium company. Birch Narrows Dene ‘Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 856 people} officials say they took action after workers with ‘Baselode Energy Corp.’ started surveying the Band’s {former, ceded by Treaty! See below} ‘traditional territory’ without ‘consent’.

It was very ‘disrespectful’, totally uncalled for“,
{YOU are the one being ‘disrespectful’!}
Birch Narrows Chief Jonathon Sylvester said.
This is not being done properly.”

“It’s unclear how the stalemate will be broken {? The Treaty language is clear – See below}, but the case raises a host of legal, environmental and economic issues.

“One academic said Canada’s Constitution and ‘emerging’ case law is clear:
‘First Nations’ concerns must be front and centre…

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‘Treaties DON’T Include Free Health Care For Aboriginals’


Welcome to another episode of ‘Canadian Mythology’:
Today’s Episode — “Do Treaties guarantee Aboriginals free health care?” 

“Treaty Number Six was unique as it was THE ONLY TREATY OF ITS SORT WITH AN IMPLIED PROVISION FOR HEALTH CARE. It allows a medicine chest to be kept in the home of an Indian agent for the use and benefit of the aboriginals. Some aboriginals have interpreted this provision as extending to all who signed the Numbered Treaties. It is also interpreted by some as an promise by the federal government to provide free health care to every aboriginal person in Canada – forever.” {CAPS Added}

Well, then — let’s investigate, shall we… Continue reading ‘Treaties DON’T Include Free Health Care For Aboriginals’

‘Hoisted With Their Own Petard’


“The ‘equity’ rule states if a man retires from an NDP-held seat in the province, that man’s replacement must be a woman or an “equity-seeking” man; for example, a man who is a visible minority, a person with a disability or someone from the LGBTQ community.”

“The B.C. NDP has nominated former MP Nathan Cullen as its candidate for the ‘Stikine’ riding…after ‘Indigenous’ {sic, they mean ‘Aboriginal} leader Annita McPhee put her name forward for the position.  Continue reading ‘Hoisted With Their Own Petard’

‘What’s In A Name?’


‘In Case You Missed It’ – From 2016:
{Your taxpayer dollars at work}

“Today, CBC Aboriginal will be renamed CBC ‘Indigenous’ {But Canadian aboriginals aren’t ‘Indigenous’ to Canada}, and CBC’s Aboriginal Digital Unit will become the ‘Indigenous’ {sic} Digital Unit. While we understand that there is no truly all-encompassing term, ‘Indigenous’ is fast becoming the preferred way to refer to ‘First Nations’ {Another recently-invented term for Indian Bands}, Inuit and Métis {mixed Race} peoples.

{Only because it is being promoted by the politicized Aboriginal Industry – of which CBC is major component — and the reality is that applying the term to Canadian aboriginals is a well-known falsehood…} Continue reading ‘What’s In A Name?’

‘All Aboard the Gravy Train’


We made this comment over 5 years ago and, unfortunately, it has come true:
So, it will be just like the residential schools — it won’t be about specific cases, it won’t matter whether there were legitimate reasons, and it won’t matter if there were many positive outcomes. ALL will be declared wrong, because living with your ‘own kind’ trumps all — even safety. There will be no discussion of the unfitness of reserve ghetto life for the raising of a child — even while the statistics for drug abuse and suicides continue in the news, now that children are mostly left ON the reserve.” 

“As the year-long claims process for Canada’s settlement agreement with ‘Sixties Scoop’ ‘survivors’ {The pejorative term for the aboriginal adoptees} approaches its deadline, advocates are worried some adoptees will be left out of receiving compensation.

“The $875 million class action settlement agreement set aside $750 million to compensate status ‘First Nations’ {Indians} and Inuit children {by leaving Metis out, they have set the stage for another court case and ‘settlement’} who were removed from their homes and placed with ‘non-indigenous’ {non-aboriginal} foster or adoptive parents between 1951 and 1991 and lost their ‘cultural identities’ as a result. Continue reading ‘All Aboard the Gravy Train’

ONE NATION, ONE LAW