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PostPosted: Thu Feb 20, 2020 2:23 pm
 


Title: Public safety minister says B.C. RCMP agrees to move off Wet'suwet'en territory | CTV News
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Date: 2020-02-20 07:24:39
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 20, 2020 2:23 pm
 


I wonder if that wasn't governemnt directed...hum...


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Because Operation: Run Away! Run Away! worked so well previously for the police at Oka, Ipperwash, and Caledonia. :lol:


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Well they better not go too far away. The work on the line continues and putting workers lives at stake due to some hot-headed punk taking matters into his/her own hands must be of primary concern to the RCMP.


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PostPosted: Fri Feb 21, 2020 11:03 pm
 


Well the RCMP can move away now, there's no point being there.
The COMPANY has been ordered to consult with the Hereditary Chiefs, and report back in 30 days and not build shit on that section of pipeline until then.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2020 2:12 pm
 


herbie wrote:
Well the RCMP can move away now, there's no point being there.
The COMPANY has been ordered to consult with the Hereditary Chiefs, and report back in 30 days and not build shit on that section of pipeline until then.


Who ordered the company to "consult" with these unelected and self entitled natives anyway?

My guess is that the Hereditary Chiefs want what they see ass their traditional tribute and all the crying, whining and gnashing of teeth will stop when the Soprano's get what they think they deserve because of their station in life.

Unfortunately this has exposed the complete lack of respect for Canada by some natives, the lack of democracy on the reserves and the complete disregard of the rule of law by these whiners and their supporters.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2020 2:45 pm
 


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Because Operation: Run Away! Run Away! worked so well previously for the police at Oka, Ipperwash, and Caledonia. :lol:


Just a point of fact: The police didn’t run away at oka and ipperwash, they escalated it and got people killed.


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PostPosted: Sat Feb 22, 2020 3:19 pm
 


Pretty sure the hi-lite reel for Ipperwash centers around video of the OPP hauling ass so fast out of the park that they abandoned some vehicles that the Natives then set on fire. Less of a retreat as opposed to a rout.


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Thanos wrote:
Pretty sure the hi-lite reel for Ipperwash centers around video of the OPP hauling ass so fast out of the park that they abandoned some vehicles that the Natives then set on fire. Less of a retreat as opposed to a rout.



On the orders of Mike Harris they rolled in heavy, and as a result shot an unarmed man and denied him access to medical treatment, who subsequently died of his injuries.

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On Wednesday, the OPP became concerned about a group of protesters who had wandered outside the Park and into the Sandy Park lot area adjacent to the cottages. The group were allegedly carrying bats and sticks in their hands. The number of protesters has been debated, although police reports indicate a group of up to 8.

There was also misinformation about damage that had been done to a Band Councillor's car by this group of protesters. The damage to the Councillor's car was by a rock thrown by one of the protesters who took exception to an article the Councillor had written disapproving of the occupation. A rumour started that the protesters smashed up the vehicle of a female driver with baseball bats, a report that was later found by Justice Sidney Linden to be false and misleading.[8]

Out of public safety concerns, the OPP decided to deploy the crowd management unit (CMU) to force the protesters back into the park. The CMU was a riot squad armed with steel batons, shields and helmets. The CMU was backed up by a tactical response unit (TRU). The OPP intended a show of force to move the protesters back inside the park.

On Wednesday evening, police riot squads marched down to the Sandy Parking Lot to confront the protesters. As the CMU advanced, the protesters initially retreated and the CMU responded by also retreating. One protester, Cecil Bernard George, approached the police (peacefully according to the protesters, violently according to police reports). George was taken down and surrounded by police and arrested. Protesters attempted to rescue George from the arrest by the police units. This resulted in a riot.

A car and a school bus driven by protesters started out of the park to assist the protesters in their fight against police. According to police officers, there was gunfire from these vehicles, but First Nations protesters have insisted they had no weapons in the park that night. The OPP TRU teams opened fire on the vehicles, resulting in the wounding of two Native protesters and the death of Dudley George, an Ojibwa protestor. Among the TRU members was Acting Sergeant Ken "Tex" Deane, a senior officer in charge of a four-man sniper team with the job of escorting the force's crowd management unit. Deane was near the park entrance and fired three shots at Dudley George, who was about fifteen feet from the park entrance,[3]:10 and was hit and badly injured.

George's sister Carolyn and brother Pierre attempted to take him to the local hospital for treatment but were arrested and delayed by the OPP for over an hour. George was declared dead at 12:20 a.m. on September 7, 1995, at nearby Strathroy Middlesex General Hospital, in Strathroy, Ontario.

.., Acting Sergeant Ken Deane (October 1961 – February 25, 2006) was convicted of criminal negligence causing death.[3]:158–198 Deane's defence was that he had believed that Dudley George was carrying a rifle. The judge rejected Deane's claim, stating that he had invented it "in an ill-fated attempt to disguise the fact that an unarmed man had been shot".[9][3]:158–198 He sentenced Deane to a conditional sentence of two years less a day to be served in the community, and 180 hours of community service.[9][3]:214[10]

Deane unsuccessfully appealed the verdict to the Ontario Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Canada.[3]:251–2[11] In September 2001, he pled guilty to discreditable conduct under the Police Services Act and in January 2002 was ordered to resign.[9]

... During the inquiry, a 17-minute tape recording surfaced that cast new light on the events at Ipperwash. The tape records a conversation between OPP Inspector Ron Fox and Inspector John Carson, the OPP commander overseeing the standoff at Ipperwash, prior to George's death. They discussed Premier Mike Harris's view that the government has "tried to pacify and pander to these people far too long" and to use "swift affirmative action" to remove them from the park.




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PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2020 2:53 pm
 


Another day, another blockade...
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New blockade started on train tracks in East Vancouver

A release from the protesters, who describe themselves as urban Indigenous sovereigntists, says the action is being taken in defiance of an injunction granted to CN Rail on Feb. 10.

The demonstrators say "civil disobedience is necessary to push back against the enforcement of unjust laws." They say they are demanding "an end to the use of injunctions to repress Indigenous peoples."

https://bc.ctvnews.ca/new-blockade-star ... -1.4824103


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Railway protests backing up cargo ships off the Southern Gulf Islands

The Pacific Pilotage says most of the allotted anchorages in the province are full, or close to it. Without trains running, ships are unable to load or unload cargo, meaning they are stuck waiting in the waters off the Southern Gulf Islands.

https://vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca/rail ... -1.4821372


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Blockade trips up Canada's biggest ports as shippers steer clear of rail closure

A rail blockade in eastern Ontario has led to backlogs at Canada's three biggest ports, prompting some shippers to take their business elsewhere as cargo piles up and dockworkers' paycheques shrink.

Now in its third week, the protest along Canadian National Railway tracks east of Belleville, Ont., has halted CN's eastern network - about one-quarter of its operations - and choked shipments from coast to coast.

https://vancouverisland.ctvnews.ca/bloc ... -1.4822459


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2020 3:00 pm
 


The places (like Canada's port cities) that voted in droves twice for Trudeau, in the full knowledge of what a total pussy he is and always will be, really shouldn't be complaining too loudly. They wanted government-by-pajama-boy? Well, they got it, so they can suck down deep on what their own actions created.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:40 pm
 


Just come out directly and tell us all what Trudeau has to fucking do with it.
Come on, tell us.
He didn't have SFA to do with that pipeline or what the Chiefs think.
He didn't tell the RCMP to arrest anyone at the site or to offer to leave if they stop blocking the road.
He doesn't run the railway or control the cops in Ontario or Quebec.

So if he didn't start it and has no idea how to solve it, just keep up the usual Trudeau bashing.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2020 7:54 pm
 


Trudeau creates the atmosphere that's led to lawlessness and confrontation. He began it by getting rid of the fiscal oversight of how tax dollars were being spent after funds were transferred to the chiefs and band councils. He then made it worse by inserting all that "every dissenting voice must be heard" into approvals for resource projects. He then encouraged Native radicals even more with his open endorsement of the "cultural genocide" concept. He's also been scarcely seen with any of the Natives that support the developments but always rushes headlong into a tacit approval of dissenters with more of the mealy-mouthed "consultation and consent" crap.

If he was serious about putting an end to this he'd openly say that he will talk only to the official and elected Wetsuweten leadership and not to these hereditary chiefs that aren't even on the current band council. Kind of difficult to get anything done when apparently anyone who's served on the council, no matter how long ago, gets the title of chief and the apparent power to put a grinding halt to literally anything the current council wants to accomplish. The internal bickering in a tiny Native tribe is putting a halt to a major project and the leader of this country doesn't have the backbone to say enough is enough. This is what giving in to that utter bullshit of "equal nations within a nation" gets us. If you don't see that as a problem then I'd like to know what the colour of the sky is in your world.

Trump's inherent lawlessness makes the US appear corrupt and crooked. Trudeau's inherent weakness and equivocating make Canada look like a pushover to any ridiculous dissenter that comes along, and gives every appearance of tyranny of the tiniest minorities over the rule of law. The nation appears as what the leader projects. Give your head a shake if you can't see it.


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PostPosted: Sun Feb 23, 2020 8:38 pm
 


BeaverFever wrote:
Thanos wrote:
Because Operation: Run Away! Run Away! worked so well previously for the police at Oka, Ipperwash, and Caledonia. :lol:


Just a point of fact: The police didn’t run away at oka and ipperwash, they escalated it and got people killed.

Oka got a QC copper killed, and Ipperwash got Dudley George killed when he pointed something at the OPP in the middle of the night, both times escalations came from our indigenous folks. I have zero sympathy for those who thumb their noses at the rule of law.


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