31 May 2007

Rewarding criminal behaviour...

With 125 million taxpayer dollars... and it's still not enough.

-- CALEDONIA, Ont. -- “The only positive thing about it is it was an offer,” Mohawk Chief Allen MacNaughton said in rejecting the offer. “It being an initial offer, we realize initial offers are never accepted anyway.

I guess it's a starting point to talk about things, and I guess the only positive is it's obviously a recognition they owe us something.”
RELATED: Another illegal occupation

Another snivelling, politically correct apology...
“I want to now say publicly what I said to him privately: On behalf of the people of Ontario, we apologize for the events that led to the loss of life.

We deeply regret the death of Dudley George,” he said.
No more apologies to people who choose to defy the law of the land.

Dudley George chose to play with fire.
No word on what might have happened at Ipperwash in 1995 if the natives didn’t set up blockades, occupy a provincial park, firebomb buildings, assault people, drive a native school bus into the Canadian military’s drill hall, then take possession of the base after defence staff fled, then later drive a speeding bus toward police, followed by a speeding car which actually rams right over four police officers, and generally stage militant mayhem in the community...

LAST WORD: Speaking of the dead
How come there's no closure for the family of Marcel Lemay?

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Blazing Cat Fur said...

How come the natives are never called on being culturally insensitive to Canadian ways, you know values like "private property".

Neo Conservative said...


well, bcf... funny you should ask.


Dr.Dawg said...

If private property were the issue, the Department of Defence should clean up their confiscated Ipperwash acreage and hand it back to its owners.

Neo Conservative said...

"Dr.Dawg said... If private property were the issue"

if indeed.

but the issue here is whether we go with "the law of the land", or allow and indeed reward total anarchy.

i'm going with law and order.