‘Ontario Refuses To Enforce The Law’


     “I know I could’ve done  all the stuff that they asked me [to do] by paperwork, but then I’m thinking, ‘I come from here’”, Necan said. “Why would I start paying a permit to build on ‘my own land’?”  

“It’s not a precedent-setting case, because it never made it to trial, but her lawyer said Necan’s unwillingness to be pushed out of her own {ancestors’} ‘homelands’ is a good example for others…  

     “I hope that inspires others to take a stand against ‘colonialism’ and oppression.”

ERBLOntarioRefusesToEnforceTheLaw800x800“Darlene Necan, a ‘homeless’ – and more importantly, in this case, ‘aboriginal’ –woman from northern Ontario, plans to move into the cabin she built herself after the provincial government withdrew its charges against her in court today. 

“The ‘First Nations’ woman was facing charges from the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry for breaching the ‘Public Lands Act’ and was facing more than $10,000 in fines after constructing a one-room cabin on Crown land… {on what she says was once her family’s trapline}.   Continue reading ‘Ontario Refuses To Enforce The Law’

‘Finally, The Truth…’


“Across Canada, in nearly one-third of all homicide cases in 2014, the accused person was of aboriginal descent, although indigenous people only make up five per cent of the Canadian population, the report shows. The likelihood aboriginal people will be accused of homicide is 10 times greater than for the non-aboriginal population.”ERBLFinallyTheTruth800x800“For the first time, police-reported data includes whether victims and people accused of homicide were aboriginal.  

“Of the 431 people accused of homicide in Canada, 32% were aboriginal — 10 times higher than the rate for non-aboriginals. 

http://www.statcan.gc.ca/daily-quotidien/151125/dq151125a-eng.htm   Continue reading ‘Finally, The Truth…’

‘Supremes Get It Wrong Again’


“Simply claiming aboriginal title is now enough to bring forward litigation against private parties — litigation that was previously only brought against provincial and federal governments…  

“With an increase in litigation, this ruling could put all current and future economic development projects in jeopardy, especially in provinces such as British Columbia, where more than 100% of the province is currently under claim by ‘First Nations’.”  ERBLSupremesGetItWrongAgain800x800“An unprecedented Supreme Court decision, allowing two B.C. ‘First Nations’ to file for damages against aluminum industry giant ‘Rio Tinto’, could have dire implications for economic development projects across the country, concludes a new study released today by the ‘Fraser Institute’…  Continue reading ‘Supremes Get It Wrong Again’

‘Mohawk Gang Costs Ontario $50 Million’


Nine years later, after a Mohawk criminal gang threatened Hydro workers and demolished several new hydro transmission towers that were awaiting wiring – using one to blockade the entrance to the stolen ‘Douglas Estates’ housing development – the pathetic Ontario government continues to let the Mohawks, and their phony land claim, stop completion of the work.  

In the meantime, the province has paid over $50 million in interest alone on money borrowed to finance the project – and it has yet to transmit any electricity.  

Yet another result of Race Based Law…ERBLMohawkGangCostsOntario50Million800x800‘Powerline to nowhere: $100M powerline costing taxpayers millions’  

“A ‘CTV News’ investigation has revealed that a $100-million transmission line, intended to bring electricity into Ontario from the United States, is not delivering any energy. With the project blocked by the Caledonia land claim dispute {‘Mohawk criminal activity’}, the line is costing taxpayers millions in interest instead.   Continue reading ‘Mohawk Gang Costs Ontario $50 Million’

‘The Myths of Caledonia’


“The ownership history of Six Nations lands in Ontario has been ignored, as has the legal basis of the Six Nations claim to those lands. It’s time for the politically-incorrect truth to be told. In short, THE SIX NATIONS HAVE NO LEGAL RIGHTS TO THE LAND IN QUESTION, AND HAVE HAD NONE FOR OVER A CENTURY.   ERBLTheMythsOfCaledonia800x800“They have never had any rights to land in Ontario by virtue of aboriginal title or by treaty. For a tract of land along the Grand River, they obtained in 1784 merely AN OCCUPANCY PERMIT from British colonial Governor Frederick Haldimand, THAT ENDURED ONLY AT THE PLEASURE OF THE CROWN.  

“After 1784, the Six Nations surrendered to the Crown various portions of the Grand River tract and by the middle of the 19th century, all that remained was the land contained in the current Six Nations reserve, south of Brantford. That is a summary of their legal rights.  Continue reading ‘The Myths of Caledonia’

Derek and Michele arrive at a good place


~~From Michele: Hey Derek, it’s like some cosmic trip… I had a vision, too! We both “arrived at a good place” together, on t.v. I want to come fast with you in a Teepee behind Parliament Hill. You said anyone was welcome. Pick me, pick me! It’s on your government’s dime though, o.k.? The same way all the native leaders’ trips are ultimately on my government’s dime. In the spirit of “reconciliation” and all.~~ERBLDerekAndMicheleArriveAtAGoodPlace800x800HEAR THIS POST in AUDIO (our new feature):
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(see article) http://www.cbc.ca/beta/news/canada/manitoba/manitoba-grand-chief-derek-nepinak-to-host-fast-near-parliament-hill-1.3311743

‘The grand chief of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs is preparing for a four-day ceremonial fast on the island below Parliament Hill next month, so that he can arrive at a “good place” spiritually before he and other indigenous leaders start working with the new Liberal government.’  Continue reading Derek and Michele arrive at a good place

‘Appeasing Racial Nationalists’


“It is fashionable to blame the myriad of social pathologies rampant on many reserves on colonialism, residential schools, poverty, etc., but the real cause is never admitted: segregation.

“In demonizing assimilation (as if the virtue of social integration after Martin Luther King Jr wasn’t obvious), aboriginal nationalists legitimized segregation.”

–Michael MelansonERBLAppeasingRacialNationalists800x800I dislike nationalists, and racial and ethnic nationalists most of all. Aboriginal nationalism is racial nationalism and Derek Nepinak has been trying to advance that for some time now. He lives in a suburban home with a salary paid by the Government of Canada and is supposed to represent Manitoba’s chiefs (64 or so). No one asks Nepinak what nationhood for a remote reserve like Pauingassi actually means and it’s clear below that Nepinak hasn’t thought out what aboriginal “nationhood’ means in general. It’s like fertilizing the lawn with gasoline before a lightning storm.  Continue reading ‘Appeasing Racial Nationalists’

‘How We Teach History Matters Most’


Canada’s most prolific living historian, on the falsification of Canadian history: 

“…to anyone with eyes to see, Canada is not a failure, but an overwhelming success. What is happening in our schools is political indoctrination, grounded in unbalanced historical nonsense.”ERBLHowWeTeachHistoryMattersMost800x800“Political correctness carried to ludicrous extremes…would be — and is — history that teaches Canadians, native-born and recent arrivals, that their country is an abomination.

“Unfortunately, that is the history that is today being taught to Canadian children. Yet, to anyone with eyes to see, Canada is not a failure, but an overwhelming success. What is happening in our schools is political indoctrination, grounded in unbalanced historical nonsense…”  Continue reading ‘How We Teach History Matters Most’

‘Say NO To Segregation’


This is Canada’s Civil Rights Movement. ERBLSayNOToSegregation800x800The Civil War, 1861-1865 in The United States of America, was about freeing African slaves from Landowners in the south. White men fought white men in order to free black men.
http://www.civilwar.org/education/history/civil-war-overview/overview.html

The rich fat cats who owned the Plantations in the south didn’t want to free their slaves any more than native Chiefs want to free innocent taxpayers, who are their financial slaves, and/or grassroots aboriginals, who do not even have human rights tribunals in their own reserve culture, and were only just recently included under Canada’s Human Rights umbrella (2013). They are captives of this system of Apartheid imposed upon them through The Indian Act of Canada, and enforced by the Chiefs who benefit most from it all.

It’s time for them to have their own inner debate about the way their racism is affecting the nation and everyone in it. It’s time they dug down deep like the Americans did, and dealt with their ingrained racist, stubborn attitudes that keep this segregation and Apartheid going, at the expense of everyone, at the expense of lives.  Continue reading ‘Say NO To Segregation’

‘Chiefs Free To Steal Again’


Race Based Law rolls over our democracy once again:

A lone lawyer-Judge has been able to sideline the ‘First Nations’ Transparency Act’ – at least temporarily – while tribes try to have the Act quashed in court. The Judge also paid the Bands’ court costs – courtesy of the Canadian taxpayers – and told them they could come back any time for damage claims, if they can prove harm from the government enforcing the Act.

The ‘Transparency Act’ was designed to bring accountability to tribal finances, an area that has seen extensive fraud. It remains to be seen if Trudeau, Jr. will fulfill his election promise of repealing the Act. If so, that would negate these court cases and leave Chiefs and band councils free to plunder for the indefinite future. For now, temporary plundering rights have been restored…ERBLChiefsFreeToStealAgain800x800 Continue reading ‘Chiefs Free To Steal Again’

ONE NATION, ONE LAW