11 April 2019

Let's pretend Bill C-71 is about...

...murdered women... and not about horrific, pervasive Aboriginal addiction, neglect & family violence...toronto's most wanted

"It's very clear that gun violence is a serious issue for women," Irvin Waller, a victims advocate, told the committee. "If you look at Indigenous women, the homicide rate per capita is about four Indigenous women to one non-Indigenous woman, so there is a serious issue there that has to be included."
Aboriginal women & children are dying... so let's take away whitey's guns...
"The rate of deaths from injuries is 3 to 4 times higher for Aboriginal children than for other children in Canada."
Source: Government of Canada
Let's hear how many aboriginal women & children are killed by legal, registered firearms... and we have those numbers.


RELATED: Back at the Gray Bar Motel...
Sapers pointed to statistics that show the total number of people incarcerated in federal institutions went down by 12 per cent between 1996 and 2004. But the number of native inmates increased 21 percent in the same period.

The figures were even more dramatic for native women, whose numbers rose by a startling 74 percent.

LAST WORD: Not a peep about inner-city gangbangers...

most wanted
Toronto police have arrested two men and are searching for two more suspects following a daylight gunfight Tuesday morning. Police said they responded to a call at approximately 11:15 a.m. for a shooting in the Jane St. and Queens Dr. area, south of Highway 400.
The usual suspects.