Mark Watson, a Caledonia resident, has written a wonderful rebuttal to all those who would put their heads in the sand rather than stand up and fight for their civil rights during the native occupation of his town.
I’ve met Mark in passing, but I don’t know him well, so I had to track down his number in order to leave a voice message telling him how much it means to me and – to my wife – that he has so eloquently come to the defence of all those – residents and ‘outsiders’ – who are defending our country from those who defile the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms rather than fulfilling their duty to uphold it.
Thank you, Mark!
The Realities of Citizens Under Occupation and
the Dangers of Ignoring Civil Rights
What are people to do in a democracy when the Police refuse to enforce the laws of the land?
What are people to do when the Police refuse to carry out court orders?
What are people to do when one cultural group is allowed to take over parts of towns, stop businesses from operating, assault those who stand in their way while under the watchful eye of the OPP who are commissioned to prevent the breakdown of law and order?
Is it not the duty of the people to stand up and demand that the Politicians get control of a police force that is acting outside of its intended purpose? At what point did the people decide, or even had debated, the role change from Law Enforcement to Peacekeeper. Who among us agreed that our Civil Liberties would be suspended in order for the OPP to carry out their version of security?
Were it not for the efforts of Gary McHale, Doug Flemming, Mark Vandermaas, Jeff Parkinson and countless others, the OPP and our elected officials would hide the ongoing crimes being perpetrated upon innocent citizens of this Province.
For the court to accept the obvious ‘trumped up charge’ being applied to Mr. McHale’s actions would be tantamount to accepting that Julian Fantino has the unlimited authority to quell free speech for all of us. Surely an informed person can recognize ‘race based’ policing when they see it, surely an informed court can recognize the intimidation that the average citizen experiences when stifled under the blanket of a disgraced and misguided police force.
Crimes are being committed on an ongoing basis against citizens of Ontario and the OPP has made it their mission to mislead, deny and outright lie about the severity and frequency. They are being sued on many fronts for their deceit in order to silence free speech and opposition to Native crime.
The residents of Ipperwash were abandoned because there was no avenue for truth about Native Crime and police failure to protect citizens to be heard. Caledonia has that in McHale, and Fantino, McGuinty and others of influence hate him for it.
At what point are the courts of Ontario going to stand up for the people of this Province and put an end to the ‘Police State’ being created under the pretence of ‘Keeping the Peace’.
I am a resident of this Province and Caledonia, and I object to the intimidation and personal attack that Julian Fantino has thrust on all of us who oppose Native Terrorism.
McHale today, Me tomorrow!
Dec. 8 2007
Mark Watson – Resident of Caledonia