UPDATE 1952 EST Sept 15/07: Last night we were at the Stirling Street site to support Caledonia residents as they gathered at the OPP barricade to show their respect and support for the Gualtieri family. See “The OPP are aiding and abetting criminals and terrorists” – Caledonia resident. While there, we met the victim’s brother, Joe, who gave me the photo, left. Click to enlarge; notice the extensive yellow bruising on the right side of Sam’s face in addition to the obvious wounds.
UPDATE 1031 EST Sept 14/07: After last nights wholly preventable and shocking assault on an innocent resident by out-of-control native thugs, Haldimand resident Donna Pitcher, editor of Haldimand’s Unheard Voice, has organized a simple, strongly worded petition to Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty calling on law and order to be upheld. Please…take a few minutes from your busy schedule to sign it. Without rule of law in Ontario, nothing else matters.
As reported to CaledoniaWakeUpCall, at approximately 5pm, a resident checking on his partially built home at the Stirling Woods housing development was viciously attacked by a group of native occupiers and sent to hospital. The man’s family reports that he is very badly injured, and that the natives continued to beat him even after he was unconscious. They were scared away when family members walked in on the scene.
Residents are also reporting that threats are being made by natives who are being allowed to freely come and go from the occupation site by the OPP.
Stirling Woods is the same housing development where, during a recent occupation, the native thugs carried signs saying they were not terrorists, and that KKKanada was committing genocide against them. (See “We are not terrorists!” Really? Prove it.)
“The rule of law is a social contract which allows people in a civilized society to live in peace. The people of Caledonia – and Six Nations for that matter – have every right to expect to live their daily lives without fear of vandalism, assault or worse.”
St. Catharines Standard/Toronto Star editorials, Dec 19/06 and Dec 21/06 respectively
“I don’t give a rat’s ass if we creat victims.”
Shawn Brant, Mohawk Warrior
Leader of Deseronto occupation, rail blockade, and issuer of threats forcing closure of Highway 401
“The weaklings at Queen’s Park responded [to the Caledonia occupation] by reining in police and promising the lawbreakers that the province would not call in the military. The province then appealed an entirely reasonable cease-and-desist order from a judge in Cayuga. Having created an absolute power vacuum, the province tosses this hot potato into the lap of the federal government.
As we saw in Hagersville, natives are going to test the limits of this power vacuum until somone pushes back. This cannot go on forever. More of this and our reluctant leaders will have a militia movement [my emphasis] to contend with along with growing native unrest.”
Simcoe Reformer, May 28/07: Passing the buck
“That’s one reason Mr. Quattociocchi is in the situation he’s in. The province has set the tone by ignoring lawlessness. I’m afraid if it keeps up there’s going to be violence because there’s no rule of law.”
Dan McCreary, Progressive Conservative candidate, quoted in Brantford Expositor, Sept 13/07: Official blasted for saying developers on their own
On June 6/07 – the anniversary of D-Day, I wrote an ominous article called, Canada at the crossroads: Rule of law or anarchy? in which I talked about the black hole our leaders are pushing us into, where citizens realize that the police will not protect them from native criminals, and are forced to take the law into their own hands.
Earlier today, after the government’s announcement yesterday that it will not protect landowners from native lawlessness, I quoted Mr. McCreary’s prediction above and wrote the following in my reply to a comment by Mary-Lou LaPratte:
“If innocent people are injured or killed defending themselves or their property against landclaim violence and extortion their blood will be on the hands of McGuinty, the Liberal Party, and every MPP and media outlet who remained silent or ignored the truth. It will be on the hands of those who perpetrated the Ipperwash Inquiry cover-up, and on those who ought to have known better – like the Canadian Civil Liberties Association who refused to return our calls begging for help for Dancer, and who refused to meet with us prior to our release of the Ipperwash Papers. Most of all, however, the blood of innocents injured due to native lawlessness will be on the hands of Julian Fantino and every single officer of the OPP who have been ‘just following orders’ not to enforce the law.”
Now, an innocent man lies in a hospital bed from an attack that was entirely predictable and preventable. Every one of these people – directly or indirectly – have the injuries and possibly the life of this man on their conscience today. How many more people will be killed or injured before the OPP/McGuinty madness ends?
To the people of Caledonia
We can imagine your anger at this most predictable outcome. We urge you, however, to remain calm and not to resort to revenge by sinking to the level of the criminals. As hard as it may be, now is the time to comfort the family, and quietly and peacefully gather evidence to force our government and police to return to the rule of law.
To the family of the injured man, you have our heartfelt sympathies. Our thoughts are with you tonight.
Some readers have already sent letters to the Premier and/or the Liberal Party. Here is their address: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Mark Vandermaas, Editor
- CaledoniaWakeUpCall feature: Warning – illegal occupation at Stirling Development (Many reports on assault by natives)
- Haldimand’s Unheard Voice, Sept 14/07: On-Line Petition to McGuinty
- Western Standard blog, Kevin Steel: Stirling Street (Kevin is a great writer for a great magazine that has covered native lawlessness, sometimes with our help. He was the first mainstream media outlet to write about The Ipperwash Papers. See “Truth emerges as Ipperwash Papers go ‘mainstream’.” If he’s on the job, that’s a good sign.)