31 March 2007

Fighting Homegrown Terror

Is a good and necessary thing.

THE DOCUMENT: What it says...

"The rise of radical Native American organizations, such as the Mohawk Warrior Society, can be viewed as insurgencies with specific and limited aims."
-- OTTAWA -- Radical natives are listed in the Canadian army's counterinsurgency manual as a potential military opponent, lumping aboriginals in with the Tamil Tigers, Hezbollah and the Islamic Jihad.

Stewart Phillip, the Grand Chief of the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs said, "It's a complete attack on our political rights."
Well Chief, not everybody is gonna see it that way... remember Oka?

What about Marcel Lemay's rights? You wanna explain your "political rights" to his widow and two kids?
Thirty-one year old Corporal Marcel Lemay of the Surete du Quebec was shot in the face and died a short while later, leaving behind a two-year-old daughter and his pregnant wife.
Aboriginal murderers... surely that's not possible? They seem like such fine young men...

Pte. Patrick Cloutier, a 'Van Doo' perimeter sentry, and Mohawk warrior Brad "Freddy Krueger" Larocque, a University of Saskatchewan economics student, face off.
Who could possibly think of aboriginal people as a threat?

Mohawk warrior Ronald "Lasagne" Cross tries to provoke a 'Van Doo' perimeter sentry while surrounded by media.
With any number of aboriginal blockades going up around the country, it's a pretty prudent idea to have a plan in place... in case the shooting starts up again.

And we need to restore the rule of law.

UPDATE: Natives plan rail blockade
"The Conservatives have united First Nations across the country," said Terrance Nelson, chairman of the Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Chiefs, which represents nine Manitoba First Nations. "They have pissed off one hell of a lot of chiefs."

"If the federal government wants a fight with First Nations it is a very stupid thing to do and we will prove it."

UPDATE 2: It takes more than two weeks?!?!

WTF is up with that?

The cops let a bunch of armed criminals walk away from the scene of the crime only to arrest them seventeen days later?

Oh, they're aboriginal... that explains it.
Three men have been arrested and charged in connection with an armed protest that blocked an important western Quebec highway for almost two days earlier this month.

Quebec provincial police arrested the alleged protest leader Guillaume Carle and two other men Thursday after investigating the circumstances surrounding their blockade on Highway 117 on March 12 and 13.
Try this yourself some time... get a bunch of your buddies AND their deer rifles and TRY blockade a four lane highway for a couple of days.

One caveat though... if you're a middle aged white guy with a regular job and a family... the local SWAT Team is gonna drop you like a crazy girlfriend if you don't immediately disarm and assume the position.

RELATED: Following the money
The federal government tabled this week its plans and priorities for aboriginal funding.

Figures from Indian and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC) show that federal funding for aboriginal communities has increased about five per cent per year in the last three years, from $8.8. billion in 2004-05 to a projected $10.2 billion in 2007-08.

About $2.2 billion will be for Metis, Inuit and First Nations people living off reserve.

Per capita federal spending for the 426,578 aboriginal peoples living on reserves will be about $15,871 this year, said INAC media relations person Patricia Valladao.

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Anonymous said...

About bloody time!!

Neo Conservative said...

a liberal would be the first person to tell you that, "after a murderer serves his time, he has paid his debt to society."

funny though, how there is no statute of limitations on the perpetual aboriginal welfare state.

we're apparently on the hook forever... even in the face of open armed revolt.


Anonymous said...

Tolerance for politically correct violence in Canada will only lead to more violence. It's not usually the elites who suffer, so of course they don't care, but they will eventually.

granny said...

Corporal LeMay died from a US issue bullet. This was revealed 5 years later. If there had been any hint that it came from a Mohawk gun, they would have charged someone. However, there were US personnel there too, and they had reason to want to silence LeMay: Because he had just reopened an investigation into the deaths of two traditional Mohawk men.

Neo Conservative said...

"ON said... Corporal LeMay died from a US issue bullet.

please enlighten us... what is a "US issue bullet". how does one determine the nationality of a bullet anyway?

- bullets have a calibre, a manufacturer, a shape and a weight.

- a .223 remington bullet goes into any .223 rifle.

- a .223 "US issue bullet" would fire just fine from any canadian, or australian for that matter, .223 rifle.

pls elaborate on the "five years later" part as well.

your statements are nonsense.

your ahem, theory... that corporal lemay was murdered because he was about to uncover u.s. sponsored murders of aboriginals is similarly spectacularly idiotic.

i can only say, that some "unspecified americans" shooting lemay in the face as he attempted to move in on armed mohawks at the oka barricades belongs on the "Dick Cheney fired a cruise missile at the Pentagon" conspiracy page.

in future, you might want to stay in the "alien abduction" end of the pool.


Patsplace said...

"alien abduction" end of the pool.

Still laughing.

Anonymous said...

unlike afrika where the colonialism at least physically departed, unfortunatly that cannot be said about the us & canada. we never left, and never ceased oppressing the first nations. a golf course!?! there are some things that are more important such as heritage, integrety, and respect.

Neo Conservative said...

"anon, apparently struggling with sobriety, says... unlike afrika(sic)...unfortunatly(sic)... some things that are more important such as heritage, integrety(sic), and respect."

hey, slick... the aboriginal people do a pretty good job of oppressing themselves... the abysmal stats on addiction, spousal & child abuse, homicide and suicide and, of course, illiteracy... speak for themselves.

sorry, no sale.


Anonymous said...

the fact that you are reduced to make fun of anon. and his statement based on his grammar, or lack there of, is childish...and..."oppressing themselves with suicide", are you kidding me?! So, are you trying to say that the peoples of first nations are pathologicaly inclined towards violence, suicide and drug abuse? If you would have taken a time out of your busy "Neo Conservative" life and spoken to the people you're talking about, you wouldn't be saying these things.

Neo Conservative said...

"anon freaks out... are you trying to say that the peoples of first nations are pathologicaly inclined towards violence, suicide and drug abuse?"

of course not. i'm saying they are culturally inclined.

you happy now?


Anonymous said...

isn't that racist? did I miss a meeting or something? since when is it ik to generalize people like that?

Anonymous said...

and before u start make fun of my grammar "ik" is OK.

Neo Conservative said...

"anon asks... isn't that racist?"

not at all.

race is both intrinsic and immutable... while culture, my friend, is entirely learned.

witness, for example, the tragedy of pre & post davis inlet.

sorry to disappoint you.


Jay Harper said...

Cpl Lemay was shot with a 7.62 x 39 round from an AK-47. This came out within a month of his being murdered. The weapon was never found. None of the police or Canadian Army present use any weapon that fires that round.
With No weapon and no idea who fired the shot, no charges could be laid specifically for the murder. They could, however, have charged all there with multiple other charges, but chose not to.