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‘We’re NOT on Treaty Land’

Radio interview with one of the few sensible voices on this topic:

“Retired Judge Brian Giesbrecht explodes the myth that we are all living on “treaty land” as per fashionable pronouncements prior to hockey games and assorted public events. 130 more words

Aboriginal Narrative

‘Misrepresenting The Past’

Here is a classic example of the Aboriginal Industry at work. First, you falsify the historical record; then, you claim damages for the alleged ‘injustice’. The actual facts never seem to carry much weight. 903 more words

Aboriginal Narrative

‘Down With Champlain?’

Now, some aboriginals want Champlain’s statue removed. It’s in Orillia, Ont., but a Quebec tribe wants it gone. A Quebec Mohawk tribe is also attempting to stop the western Canadian ‘Trans Mountain’ pipeline. 531 more words

Aboriginal Bullying

Rewriting history

I wrote this article after listening to a rather bizarre discussion on TV, published in today’s Garhwal Post–the word file is below.

Rewriting history

A 14- member committee has been appointed by the Ministry of Culture in India, to rewrite India’s history. 915 more words

India

Resurrecting Ghosts

These ghosts we resurrect from the past
to reconfigure into modern-day icons
airbrushed and reconditioned to match new agendas
grainy truths hair-sprayed and touched-up
now repackaged and rightfully repurposed… 114 more words

Poetry

‘Mi’kmaq Bullies Get Their Way’

“This is not the way to run a city, based on threats of violence.”
–Halifax city councillor.

“A recent decision by the Halifax City Council to tear down their own city’s history is but the latest example of a nation eager to dismantle its founders.

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Aboriginal Narrative

‘Mi’kmaq Bullies Get Their Way’

“This is not the way to run a city, based on threats of violence.”
–Halifax city councillor.

“A recent decision by the Halifax City Council to tear down their own city’s history is but the latest example of a nation eager to dismantle its founders. 3,986 more words

Aboriginal Narrative