29 May 2009

Hey.... this is fuzzy-bunny Canada

It's worth a shot...

Convicted killer Richard Raymond Babinski -- claiming that Ojibway blood somehow courses through his mother's family tree, this sudden revelation coming only after spending years in prison -- sat at his parole hearing in Kingston, his long hair in a braided ponytail, a Native elder at his side, and called himself a "concrete Indian."

Some 300 km away in Toronto, in a second-floor Correctional Service of Canada office on Dundas St. W., Jeremy Mead, the 27-year-old man who Babinski turned into a six-year-old orphan when he raped and then strangled his mother, scoffs at the theatre he is witnessing -- all coming to him via video conference.

"The Indian act is bogus," he later says. "All I saw on that screen was a coward, a rapist and a murderer.
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RELATED: Aboriginal... it's a state of mind

Just ask convicted Toronto cop-killer Craig Munro...
Thursday's hearing will take place at his minimum-security prison, Kwikwexwelhp Healing Village, which puts aboriginal spirituality at the centre of its rehabilitation program.

Munro is not aboriginal but has converted to native teachings.
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FROM THE COMMENTS:
"Why is it that fundamentalist Christian crap like "creationism", etc., is readily made fun of by the left, but fundamentalist native crap like "Turtle Island" and "Great Spirit" is sacrosanct?"
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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

What a load of crap. Right now there is some weasel lawyer doing handsprings because he/she just can't wait to make a name for themselves representing this piece of trash and a judge who just can't wait to carve their own little piece of legal precedent history by "being oh-so-sensitive" to this unfortunate individual.

Neo Conservative said...

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a "concrete indian", huh?

more like an amoral cementhead who should never see the light of day again.

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JA Goneaux said...

Why is it that fundamentalist Christian crap like "creationism", etc., is readily make fun of (rightly so) by the left, but fundamentalist native crap like "Turtle Island" and "Great Spirit" is somewhat sacrosanct?

Oh, yeah, right. Sorry, forgot about being politically correct (another term for "hypocrisy"...)

Neo Conservative said...

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i think i'm gonna have to, once again, go with "the soft bigotry of low expectations".

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Philanthropist said...

He should face the kind of 'justice' an aboriginal would get after being captured by a different tribe a couple of centuries ago - slow and painful death.

Neo Conservative said...

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ah... not too likely is it? these days it's all about "restorative justice" (tm).

of course... that's only for the perps, not the actual victims.

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