Dear Readers: Your perplexed reporter has a dilemma I can’t seem to solve! I can’t make up my mind whether I hate and despise the Far Left or the Far right more! You might think it’s funny kids, but believe me , it’s driving me NUTS! I was just watching MSNBC to help get some [...]
Dear Readers: While playing around with the “Way-Back” machine today I found out that if I reverse the polarity on the capacitors, instead of going into the past, the machine could bring back information from the future! One of the first things I managed to snag was this article from May, 2018. (Five years from today!) Vancouver: [...]
O.K. ladies and gentlemen, aside from almost 5,000 hits on this article, we also had the most comments of any story shown here on Blogs Canada or Allan’s Perspective. I have made it a point to list All the comments here in the order they came in and did not leave any out, so you [...]
<–Â Â Prime Minister Stephen Harper with Chief Roger Redman in 2012 Well kids, the shit is about to hit the fan! If the mismanagement and fraud at Attawapiskat First Nation is any indicator of what’s to come, then we got trouble in Rivercity folks! But it’s a Bill that doesn’t have the approval of First [...]
Ladies and gentlemen I don’t know what we are going to do about the Indians, but something has to be done soon. First of all, natives comprise about 3 or 4 percent of the general population, but make up almost 25% of the prison population. SO, to give the one’s who aren’t in jail a [...]
Dear Readers: I try and live my life according to that old sayingÂ I heard George Carlin once say: “Try and imagine how stupid the average person is……………………, now remember that half of the populationÂ is dumber than that!” THAT, my friends, can be the only reason that some left wing-nut just blamed the Government for all [...]
<– Theresa Spence shortly after her latest hunger strike! Dear Readers; Theresa Spence is one of the worst ‘opportunists’ I have ever seen, heard about, or read about in my life! You can’t believe a word this woman says. Whether it’s a hunger strike, the misappropriation of tens of millions of dollars,Â the management of the [...]
Dear Readers; That fat broad from Attawapiskat is at it again! This time it’s not a hunger strike, since the last one didn’t do any appreciable damage to her anyway. Instead, she has decided Â that they are going to blackmail, and hold for ransom, the DeBeers mining company.Â It employs some of the natives, and injects [...]
Dear Readers; Listen to this statement: INDIAN RESERVATIONS ARE TOWNS AND VILLAGES……………………, NOT NATIONS! This is the best articleÂ about what is going on with the Natives that I haveÂ ever seen. PLEASE read it! —————————————————– By LorneÂ Gunter ,QMI Agency GRIEF, RAGE & HOPEÂ -Â Before any of us non-aboriginals (me included) gets too critical of the mess [...]
THIS CABLE GUY HUMOR IS FUNNY, BUT UNFORTUNATELY ITS TRUE!Â THE MANS A GENIUS!!! Think about this ….. If you don’t want to forward this for fear of offending someone! YOU ARE PART OF THE PROBLEM! The Canadian Indians are saying : “IDLE NO MOREâ€™Â Â Dam, they are going to go to work, pay taxes…………… [...]
Politically correct, politically partisan, idle police:
This leads nowhere good.
Update (Jan 22):
Ezra Levant: “… Maybe cops think this is the way to make friends of their enemies. But in doing so, they’re making enemies out of their friends.”
Dear Readers; Your trustworthy and loyal reporter doesn’t normally take personal pot-shots at people unless they really deserve it………………………….., so! ————————————————————- YES, boys and girls. It’s a witch hunt alright! And guess who’s the witch? —————————————— Peter R Baker where is the money. Chief? Reply Â· 1 Â· Like Posting as Allan W Janssen [...]
The mob looked and sounded like it was recruited from the “movement’s” (or just the street’s) most pathetic denizens. Trying to conduct a coherent interview with any of them was impossible.
Many of them were indistinguishable from the panhandlers who clutter up the streets: … Others are under the impression that — you’ll never guess — “Jews own the media,” and say so on camera.
… this protest was heavily promoted by the Ontario Federation of Labor …[who] relied upon (paid?) glorified homeless people to act as their brown shirts, to protest SUN’s right to bring the Mafia-like corruption on reserves to light. …
Only slightly less pathetic were the lazy, useless, politically correct cops who tried to remove Ezra “because it was easier”.
Dear Readers; This letter we received just about sums it up perfectly; You should not Idle any More. You should spend your time constructively getting educated, fixing your homes, becoming entrepreneurs or getting jobs and not protesting, stopping traffic and trains and asking for handouts for which you refuse to be accountable. You want independence, [...]
Political correctness, white liberal guilt and shaky logic are not what one expects from George Jonas. He gets off to a bad start but reaches a reasonable conclusion.
Jonas: “It’s important to note that the residential school programs were disgraceful …[even]from the perspective of their own [times].”
Then he contradicts himself with: “The reason we didn’t view our own conduct in this light at the time was due to civilizational arrogance …”
While the latter bit (“civilizational arrogance”) rings true, the former is unsupportable nonsense. Boarding schools were hardly a novel concept in the 1800′s and early 1900′s. In fact they were common. So were the methods of discipline. Regimentation and corporal punishment were pretty much the norm in British schools both at home and in the colonies (and from my own experience, in public schools in the 1950s and beyond). That it was applied in Indian residential schools is hardly surprising and certainly wouldn’t have been thought “disgraceful” by anyone at the time. Sexual abuse is another matter but it would have been considered criminal then and more severely punished than it is today.
Jonas’, in arguing from the perspective of his own supposedly ‘more enlightened’ times is guilty of …what? Temporal arrogance? It would be interesting to hear from those who ran the schools back then but, luckily for George, they’re not here to defend themselves.
That’s mainly in the first part of his column. But he works his way to a reasonable, politically incorrect conclusion:
The ultimate solution, if there is one: … A good version of the same model of which the residential schools were a bad … example. The alternative, which is having the government maintain some sort of Paleolithic Garden of Eden for natives in post-industrial Canada, isn’t just unaffordable but unworkable. Unless people join the century in which they live, they will be alienated and displaced. For aboriginals no less than everyone else, Canada must be a first nation.
Dear Readers; <– Windsor is in worse shape than usual, and the rest of Canada (ROC ) is reeling from Indian attacks and bad medicine, but the average Canuk is pissed at the natives and ain’t Â gonna take it no more! ——————————————– Â By Andy RadiaÂ Politics Reporter In the battle for public opinion, Canada’s [...]
Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence (C) pauses after making a statement on Victoria Island before the start of a meeting between chiefs and Canada’s Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Ottawa January 11, 2013. (REUTERS/Chris Wattie) Dear Readers; Your always busy reporter has been on a rampage about how the Indians are screwing us, and how the [...]
Dear Readers; The Perspective Research Department, along with the Perspective Naked News Staff, have discovered that Chief Theresa Spence was not on a hunger strike after all. We placed a few reporters outside her tent last night folks, and after listened in on her conversations ………………………….., guess what, kids? Theresa Spence was NEVER on a [...]
… On the one side, we have Canada, a genocidal, racist, colonial settler state that just wants to rape the land and poison the water. On the other, we have sacred indigenous nations that just want to protect Turtle Island and be spiritual about everything. Now, pick a side.
Thank you, Idle No More. Joining a “revolution” has never been so easy.
Sorry, but the choice isn’t between the Folk Devil Stephen Harper and those graceful blue creatures from Avatar. It’s between play-acting in period costume and actual and real political engagement. Unless it’s the latter, Idle No More will collapse under the weight of its own contradictions.
More on this by Terry.
Dear Readers; Your humble reporter got this in the mail today! =========================== <— Chief Clarence Louie, Osoyoos BC, speaking to a large aboriginal conference, and some of the attendees, including a few who hold high office, have straggled in. ‘I can’t stand people who are late, he says into the microphone. Indian Time doesn’t cut [...]