United States government sources have informed CANACE that the U.S. considers the Akwasasne/Cornwall border to be ‘undefended’ now that Canada has abandoned the post due to threats by Mohawk Warriors and, under international law, has sent or is sending United States Marines to stand guard against criminal/terrorist activity.
- VoiceofCanada, June 01/09: Mohawk Warriors: Canada allows organized crime to seize border crossing
CANACE assists U.S. authorities
When the Canadian government refused to cooperate with U.S. authorities, CANACE founders met with them to provide evidence to aid in the conviction of Trevor Miller for assaulting a U.S. law enforcement agent in Caledonia in 2006.
Given the utter lack of will on the part of the Canadian and Ontario governments to enforce the rule of law with respect to native extremism that is obviously growing out of control CANACE continues to provide assistance to U.S. officials concerned about the threat to national security posed by these criminals.
Six Nations group threatens highway blockades in support of Akwasasne Mohawks
A Six Nations reserve newspaper is reporting that a criminal organization known to residents in the Caledonia/Haldimand region as the Men’s Fire has threatened an attack on Caledonia with highway blockades should Canada attempt to enforce the law at the Akwasasne border crossing where border guards abandoned their posts under threats by Mohawk Warriors.
- Turtle Island News, June 03/09: Six Nations threatens road block in solidarity.
The Men’s Fire and other Six Nations extremist groups are responsible for illegal occupations and the blockade of a major highway near Caledonia in April 2008 which was carried out in an attempt to force the OPP not to enforce the law against native lawbreakers terrorizing Deseronto.
- CaledoniaWakeUpCall feature: Highway blockade April 2008
- Ontario Superior Court, April 03/09: Voortman occupation – injunction (Men’s Fire threatened violence if the court ruled against their illegal occupation – which it did.)
- Ontario Superior Court, April 03/09: Voortman occupation – Reasons for Decision
- Hamilton Spectator, April 03/09: Judge bars natives from Hagersville development REPRINT
Six Nations radicals threaten Caledonia residents with tolls on Caledonia main road
We have received reports that native protesters have erected signs on or near the occupied Douglas Creek Estates telling residents they will be forced to pay tolls on the main road through town beginning in 2011.
Sources say that Haldimand Detachment Commander Dave McLean is blaming the threat on Merlyn Kinrade’s flag raising protest on May 24/09.
- VoiceofCanada category: Caledonia – May 24/09
- VoiceofCanada, July 07/07: OPP email: Hartless complaint was OPP revenge for McHale association! (McLean’s shocking email asking a senior officer to target Hamilton Police officer/Caledonia resident Dave Hartless for a police complaint)
We have been warning about the dangers of appeasing native extremists for almost 3 years. With every new appeasement the thugs grow bolder and bolder until today, our very sovereignty has been threatened because the politicians refuse to act.
The criminals now feel empowered to threaten the rights and safety of Canadian citizens, and it is an outrage that police and politicians continue to blame non-natives for refusing to submit to their supremacist ideology.
We will NEVER submit to racial policing or native supremacists!
Many thanks to the U.S. government for acting when the Canadian government refused to do so. Native extremism is an international embarassment for our country, and I am ashamed of all those who have betrayed their elected office – municipal, provincial and federal.
Mark Vandermaas, Editor
Co-founder, Canadian Advocates for Charter Equality