‘Canadian Courts Making Things Worse’

When it comes to Race Based Law, Canadian courts – in particular, the Supreme Court of Canada – have been continually extending their reach. The resulting confusion has produced a continual increase in court cases while, at the same time, discouraging investment. This is a bad deal for Canadians on both counts {steering financial resources away from economic development, and towards economically-unproductive law firms and academic ‘experts’} and, unless we change direction, it’s bound to get worse.ERBLCanadianCourtsMakingThingsWorse800x800‘Canada’s courts create uncertainty on ‘aboriginal rights’

“Supreme Court of Canada decisions on the ‘duty to consult aboriginal peoples’ and the interpretation of modern treaties have begun to suggest that so-called ‘comprehensive land claims’ agreements may not be so ‘comprehensive’ after all {!?!}.

“COURTS have shown a willingness to REINTERPRET AND GO BEYOND THE TERMS of what are highly detailed agreements, IN ORDER TO IMPOSE ADDITIONAL, UNFORESEEN CONSULTATION OBLIGATIONS on governments. They have also extended consultation obligations to new types of government decision-making, in one case EFFECTIVELY OVERTURNING WHAT WAS THE LEGISLATIVE FRAMEWORK…

“It is perhaps not surprising, then, that potential investors have taken notice and have shown a greater reluctance to invest in a territory that now seems to offer far less legal certainty than it once appeared.” 

Continue reading ‘Canadian Courts Making Things Worse’

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‘This Election, Vote Freedom’

WHO IS WORKING FOR AVERAGE CANADIANS ANYMORE? ERBLThisElectionVoteFreedom800x800I admit I’m a bit depressed about voting in Canada’s 2015 election. I wish there was a visionary who didn’t take no for an answer when it comes to Canadian values — which BTW is not blind tolerance, so that anyone with resentments, hatred, racism, and fascist aggressions can overrule, override or overstep their boundaries with OUR DEMOCRACTICALLY ELECTED GOVERNMENT. It’s democracy and freedom itself we all need to not only vote for, but to fight for. It’s our turn and we need a leader who can stand with us in building this nation as a cohesive entity, not to pander to special interest groups at every hypocritical turn, which only stands to corrode, demoralize and divide our nation.

ALL CANDIDATES NEED TO STOP PLAYING DRESS-UP, IGNORING & PRETENDING RACE LAWS AREN’T A VERY REAL THREAT TO OUR NATION.  Continue reading ‘This Election, Vote Freedom’

‘Stop Blaming ALL Canadians’

“Rinelle is a typical female aboriginal victim of violence, in that her alleged attackers were also aboriginal. When aboriginal women are battered or murdered, the perpetrator is their male partner in the overwhelming majority of the cases. That partner is almost always aboriginal. Aboriginal women are also far more likely to be battered or murdered by their partners than are non-aboriginal women.”

“The problem is well known, but rather than concentrating on the massive problem of aboriginal male violence to women, aboriginal leaders insist on trying to focus on the tiny fraction of female victims of violence who are missing and may have been murdered by non-aboriginal men…”ERBLStopBlamingALLCanadians800x800 Continue reading ‘Stop Blaming ALL Canadians’

‘Exploration Company Pushes Back’

The race-based ‘parallel government’ structure that our courts and aboriginal leadership are imposing on Canada has screwed around yet another mining company, and they’re fighting back: ERBLExplorationCompanyPushesBack800x800“Mineral exploration firm ‘Doubleview Capital Corp.’ is suing Chad Norman Day, the president of the ‘Tahltan Central Government’, and others for…unlawfully blocking the company’s drilling and sampling work at its ‘Hat Property’, about 200 kilometres south of Atlin, B.C.  Continue reading ‘Exploration Company Pushes Back’

‘Less Blame and Bullying, More Accountability’

During this election 2015, I’d like to call on ‘The Indian Industry’, who are basically ALL the Aboriginal leaders/Chiefs, lobbyists, lawyers, and race agendists in general, to consider the amount of money you take from and cost innocent taxpayers, when we don’t even vote for you. Also, consider the gross overrepresentation in our courts and legal system with these never-ending, race-blaming court cases using our Supreme Court to override our DEMOCRATICALLY ELECTED GOVERNMENT, to create new laws and new meanings that were never there before in Treaties; to tell exaggerated stories, too many of which amount to LIES; to not have to prove much of anything, just for race agendas, all of which are at the expense, in many, many ways, including our relationships, of everyone except your gang. ERBLLessBlameAndBullyingMoreAccountability800x800That sounds more like racketeering than democracy. Continue reading ‘Less Blame and Bullying, More Accountability’

‘Race-Based Voting’

“The ‘First Nation’ message to Canada in this election must be clear: a Harper win will cause confrontation between ‘First Nations’ and Canada, with industry caught in the middle… a Harper win will destroy the Canadian economy.”

“I don’t like voting in the federal election, but until Anishinabe is ready to pick up a gun, voting is the lesser evil… Never underestimate the white race, they have gone all over the world, taking {what} they want from other people…”

“Do not underestimate how much voters hate ‘First Nations’.”

–Grand Chief Terrance NelsonERBLRaceBasedVoting800x800It’s election time in Canada and political parties are falling all over themselves trying to prove who will go the furthest in giving in to aboriginal demands. We’ll be doing a post on that but today, we look at the hateful electoral advice that voters of aboriginal heritage are getting from their leadership – in this case, Grand Chief Terrance Nelson, grand chief of the Southern {Manitoba} Chiefs Organization, and National vice-chair of the segregationist and violence-advocating American Indian Movement:  Continue reading ‘Race-Based Voting’

‘Moving Beyond Race’

“I believe that it’s the civic duty of Canadians, especially our elites, to promote social, political and legal arrangements that lessen race consciousness — that appeal to our higher and better instincts as expressed by our liberal values…ERBLMovingBeyondRace800x800“The arrangements comprised of the ‘Indian Act’ and all its manifestations, and now ‘Haida Nation’ and ‘Tsilhcot’in’ and all of their manifestations…are increasing negative, exclusionary, race consciousness in Canada.

“These new arrangements being foisted on Canadians emanate from exclusionary race-thinking and, as such, are retrograde and stunting to the human spirit. They contain no social scaffolding upon which to build social relations based on forward-looking, racially-inclusive, universalist, aspirational, rational thought.  Continue reading ‘Moving Beyond Race’

‘The Great Trust Fund In The Sky’

Most people involved with discussion of the ‘Aboriginal Issue’ have by now encountered the image accompanying this post, which claims that virtually the entire development of Canada has been financed with money that has been stolen from ‘Indian Trust Funds’ that are administered by the federal government. 

ERBLTheGreatTrustFundInTheSky800x800It’s unfortunate that so many people have been sucked in by this fabrication. It has only exacerbated the resentment felt by many aboriginals. It is this kind of Aboriginal Industry propaganda that has heightened the racial tension in our land.

This twisted tale combines fact {there ARE Indian Trust Funds administered by the federal government for a variety of purposes – see below}, with fiction:  Continue reading ‘The Great Trust Fund In The Sky’

‘Ipperwash: Governments Cave In To Bullying’

“DND {Department of National Defence}, through its failure to remove illegal occupiers, failure to permit the law to be upheld, failure to protect its boundaries, failure to ensure safety at one of its military facilities, and ultimate retreat from and desertion of Camp Ipperwash in the middle of the night, has created a situation that led to the death of at least one individual, the takeover and destruction of public property, terrorizing of a municipality, destruction of property values, and the tearing apart of a community and its way of life.” 

–Kenneth Williams, Chief Administrative Officer, Town of Bosanquet, Ont.

http://www.ipperwashpapers.com/ipperwashdocuments/F-34.pdf

ERBLIpperwash-GovernmentsCaveInToBullying800x800Once upon a time, the Canadian government purchased aboriginal reserve land for a military base. Forty years later, they paid for it again, just so there’d be no hard feelings. Now, the government is giving back the land for free and throwing in $90 million, to boot – and the Province of Ontario is tossing in a free provincial park. I guess they are trying to make everybody happy…

Well, the aboriginals aren’t happy—they’re fighting over who gets what from the ‘unfair’ and ‘inadequate’ gift; I’m certainly not happy with this irresponsible giveaway of public resources, and the rewarding of what was essentially ‘terrorism’; and I guarantee that you, dear reader, are not going to be happy the further you go in this post. Welcome to yet another tale of aboriginal intimidation and government weakness overturning written contracts and common sense in our race-divided land: Continue reading ‘Ipperwash: Governments Cave In To Bullying’

‘Shakedown’

“In one instance outlined in court documents, the company claims Sachigo Lake ‘First Nation’ demanded close to a quarter of its exploration budget – about $1.2 million – for its 2012 drill campaign, calling it an “administration fee”.

“When the company refused to give in, the ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 814 people} served them with an “eviction” notice {from what is no longer aboriginal land}, forcing them to stop exploration work and leave the area.”

ERBLShakedown800x800“Two employees from a Sudbury-based junior mining company were held hostage for one day by members of a northwestern Ontario ‘First Nation’ band in 2011, in an attempt to obtain payment from the company as it carried out a gold exploration activity…

“…The company contends it was forced to pay $40,000 to the ‘First Nation’ to free two workers, who were “physically detained”, along with some equipment…”  Continue reading ‘Shakedown’

ONE NATION, ONE LAW