Tag Archives: Education

‘Changing Canada’s Citizenship Oath’

“New Canadians will soon promise to honour {dishonest interpretations of} treaties with ‘indigenous’ {‘Siberian settler’} peoples as part of their oath of citizenship. 

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“The mandate letter for new Immigration Minister {Somalian-born refugee} Ahmed Hussen lists making the change to the swearing-in ceremony as one of his key priorities, along with enhancing refugee resettlement services and cutting wait times for application processing.

“According to the mandate letter, the proposed change is to reflect the {Partial} Truth and {One-way} Reconciliation Commission’s calls to action.  Continue reading ‘Changing Canada’s Citizenship Oath’

‘Lying About The Treaties’

“Schools across Ontario marked the start of province’s first ‘Treaties Recognition Week’…with speakers telling students that treaties with ‘indigenous’ {‘Siberian settler’} peoples are ‘living documents’ that need to be honoured… 

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{Except for the fact that the wording of the Treaties is no longer “honoured” — it is lied about:
https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2016/09/13/chief-wants-more-money/
and only Canada has any ‘obligations’. Aboriginals are NEVER charged with their all-too-frequent Treaty violations. Time to end these anachronisms: Time for the legal equality of ALL Canadian citizens…} Continue reading ‘Lying About The Treaties’

‘Practicing Magic In School’

British Columbia law is very clear in not allowing ANY religious ceremonies in public schools {See below}. In what is becoming an all-too-prevalent double standard, this doesn’t seem to apply to aboriginal religious ceremonies: 

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“A B.C. mother is asking a court to intervene in her ‘freedom of religion’ complaint against her children’s school, after an in-class aboriginal ceremony to “cleanse” their spirits and classroom to ensure “only good things will happen”.  Continue reading ‘Practicing Magic In School’

‘The ‘Indigenization’ and ‘Racialization’ of Canadian Universities’

“In Canada, in particular, one of the things I think about is many Canadians identify as immigrants … There are many stories of survival, hardship, struggle that go with that. Turning all those people, all of a sudden, into ‘settlers’ who’ve displaced ‘indigenous’ peoples is tricky and quite often leads to acrimony.” {!}  –Jill Scott, Queen’s University professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

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“There’s a new {racial} buzzword rolling off the tongues of Canada’s university administrators: ‘indigenization’. 

“Campuses are looking for new ways to welcome aboriginal students, recruit aboriginal faculty members and embed ‘indigenous’ content in the curriculum. Some schools are even requiring all students — no matter what their specialization — to take at least one ‘indigenous’ studies course before they graduate.

“…Some academics are urging schools to proceed cautiously: Don’t lose sight of the whole Canadian story. Continue reading ‘The ‘Indigenization’ and ‘Racialization’ of Canadian Universities’

‘Education or Indoctrination?’

It’s wrong to force students to take classes focused on one minority’s history — especially when that minority’s history is already widely-covered in Canadian K-12 curricula.”

ERBLEducationOrIndoctrination800x800All students getting ready to hit the books next week at the ‘University of Winnipeg’ will have one course in common — a mandatory ‘indigenous’ class {that they have to pay for} Continue reading ‘Education or Indoctrination?’

‘Who owns culture?’

“Scholarship cannot thrive if limits are placed on who can investigate the past, or if lines of investigation are shut down. The Western traditions for the production and disposition of knowledge…are the best way to research history and culture.” ERBLWhoOwnsCulture800x800“In America, Canada, Australasia and even parts of Europe, since the 1990s ‘indigenous’ people have been granted extensive control over art and artefacts in museums. Museum policies mandate the active involvement of ‘source communities’…in decisions about exhibitions, research and the care of objects.

“An unfortunate elision is made between someone’s ethnicity and their authority to speak definitively about cultural artefacts, which excludes those who do not share that ethnicity, despite their expertise.

“It has meant the disappearance from public display of important material. Artefacts are segregated and access to them limited if they are sacred or have ceremonial status. Continue reading ‘Who owns culture?’

‘Rewriting Canadian History: Quebec’

Quelle ironie! First, Quebecois nationalists rewrote Canadian history to reflect their bias; now, aboriginal nationalists are doing the same to the history of Quebec: ERBLRewritingCanadianHistory--Quebec800x800“The shortage of aboriginal issues in Quebec’s new high-school history curriculum is “unacceptable”, according to ‘First Nations’ activists…  Continue reading ‘Rewriting Canadian History: Quebec’

‘Aboriginal Education’

“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 ERBLAboriginalEducation800x800“Lack of education is at the heart of aboriginal peoples’ cultural underdevelopment, and their inability to participate in the Canadian workforce. Improvements in education, therefore, are directly linked to solving other problems that are symbols of a marginalized existence — poverty, poor health, violence…, suicides, child abuse, and so on — caused by the gap in cultural development. 

“Poor identification of the problem, however, is being impeded by misguided efforts to improve aboriginal peoples’ “low self-esteem”. Many Canadians believe it is inappropriate to criticize aboriginal educational initiatives because of the terrible injustices that have been perpetrated in that area in the past. They argue that aboriginal peoples should be allowed to “make their own mistakes”, and it is inappropriate for “white people” to “tell them what to do”.   Continue reading ‘Aboriginal Education’

‘They’re Back For More …’

“I have spoken many times…about how controversial the Residential Schools matter is…  Many stepped forward to tell stories of supposed woes, garner the sympathy of whoever holds the purse strings, and obtained “compensation” for the pain and suffering they supposedly endured.   

“The party line says that you must all agree that this happened everywhere — not just in remote communities up north, no, it was endemic — and so all Residential Schools must be tarred with the same brush…

“However, if one looks at the objective facts, and speaks to respected elders who were there and whose stories have NOT been told, you will hear a very different scenario.” ERBLThey'reBackForMore...800x800‘Opportunist Ambulance Chasers Try to Scam More Money from the Government over Residential Schools’ 

“In an article entitled ‘Compensation for Sixties Scoop and Day School Abuse’ — found in “Two Row Times”, 28 October 2015, p.4 — we learn that some law firm proposes that there are  

    “victims of Canada’s assimilation policies through residential schools and other legislative bodies that have fallen through the cracks when it comes to financial compensation”.   

“The solution: a class action lawsuit to grab more money from the Canadian taxpayer… 
Continue reading ‘They’re Back For More …’

‘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’