Gov’t source: Caledonia the only grass-roots resistance to native extremism in Canada

As a former soldier and UN peacekeeper myself (that’s me above, 3rd from the right on parade in Ismailia, Egypt during service with UNEF II in 1978) I always feel sentimental during important military anniversaries that honour Canadians who paid a much higher price than I ever did to defend Canadian values.

Fellow CANACE co-founder Merlyn Kinrade feels as I do – he served with the Royal Canadian Navy on one of Canada’s most famous ships, HMCS Haida, and also did a tour with the United Nations Emergency Force I during the Suez crisis in 1956.

On the eve of the anniversary of the D-Day landings in Normandy on June 06, 1944 Merlyn and I have some encouraging news Randy-Posters2for people of Caledonia who believe that no one in any position of authority cares about the illegal conduct of the Ontario government and the OPP. 

Indeed, it must be hard for those living under the threat of landclaim lawlessness every day to see how all of the protests and education efforts during the past 3 years have accomplished anything.

But, let me assure you this is not the case. People in high places are watching everything that is happening in Caledonia with increasingly hopeful eyes.

Caledonia resistance to tyranny is being quietly cheered in ‘interesting’ places 

CANACE has received word through a very reliable source that ‘certain government employees’ are very appreciative that Caledonia is providing the only organized, grass-roots resistance to native extremism in Canada.


These people believe that the Caledonia resistance is especially important because we have been able to document important evidence and effectively expose what is happening there.

Unfortunately, I must remain necessarily vague as to the specifics of the comments, but I can say that it was a tremendous vote of confidence to CANACE and those in Caledonia who actively work to support the struggle to return the rule of law to their community. 

When Gary McHale informed us of the comments yesterday we were excited, but also sobered by the enormous burden and obligation implicit in their words. The country is watching, and Caledonia is seen as the front line, the beach head in the struggle to defeat the scourge of land claim lawlessness. 

Non-native protests are disrupting negotiations

Other sources tell us that our peaceful, lawful flag raising events are causing serious disruptions to the ‘negotiations’ in Caledonia. 

There should be NO negotiations while native racists intimidate the OPP into violating our rights in full view of a government that has turned the blindest of eyes to the victims. Our rights are not subject to the whims of violent thugs and ‘police discretion’ or ‘negotiation stakeholders’ no matter how ‘unhelpful’ our lawful protests may be.

Conspiracy to subvert the Canadian Constitution

I would argue that so long as the government and police refuse to cease their illegal attempts to suppress our rights any ‘negotiations’ that take place with those who victimize us represent a de facto conspiracy to illegally subvert the Canadian Constitution.

If the federal and provincial governments do meet with native groups associated with ongoing land claim disputes that have involved criminal behaviour it should be for one purpose only – to help them understand that no more appeasement payments will be considered until they publicly apologize for the crimes committed (i.e. against Caledonia), renounce the use of criminal means to pursue their goals and agree to fully cooperate in bringing native extremists to justice.

Stepping up the pressure!

We will NEVER submit to racial policing or racial domination by native extremists! NEVER. To that end, Gary McHale has sent a message to OPP brass advising them that the frequency of protests in Caledonia will be dramatically stepped up:

a. Merlyn Kinrade will be organizing a march down Argyle Street in Caledonia in the near future to protest the brutal arrest of Randy Fleming. Date to be announced. There will be no attempts to raise flags during this protest. Following our flag march there will be a rally at OPP headquarters in Cayuga where we will erect signs (see above) warning that racist policing practices are in force.

b. Following the Randy Fleming support protest, Merlyn will be holding Flag Raising protest events on the 2nd Sunday of each month.

Our objectives

1. The protests will continue and possibly be expanded until the OPP respect the right of non-natives to walk peacefully down Argylle Street and put a flag on hydro poles of their choosing.

2. The OPP and government must finally begin to listen to non-natives and their concerns with more than the patronizing lip service shown to date. They must learn that if fair treatment and good-faith negotiation is the way with native people, it is also the way they must treat non-native citizens. But, most of all they must take concrete steps to end racial policing. 

180px-martin_luther_king_-_march_on_washington.jpgYou may well ask: “Why direct action? Why sit-ins, marches and so forth? Isn’t negotiation a better path?” You are quite right in calling for negotiation. Indeed, this is the very purpose of direct action. Nonviolent direct action seeks to create such a crisis and foster such a tension that a community which has constantly refused to negotiate is forced to confront the issue. It seeks so to dramatize the issue that it can no longer be ignored. My citing the creation of tension as part of the work of the nonviolent-resister may sound rather shocking. But I must confess that I am not afraid of the word “tension.” I have earnestly opposed violent tension, but there is a type of constructive, nonviolent tension which is necessary for growth. Just as Socrates felt that it was necessary to create a tension in the mind so that individuals could rise from the bondage of myths and half-truths to the unfettered realm of creative analysis and objective appraisal, so must we see the need for nonviolent gadflies to create the kind of tension in society that will help men rise from the dark depths of prejudice and racism to the majestic heights of understanding and brotherhood.

The purpose of our direct-action program is to create a situation so crisis-packed that it will inevitably open the door to negotiation. I therefore concur with you in your call for negotiation…

Dr. King, Letter from Birmingham Jail, April 16/63 (see VoiceofCanada feature: Lessons from Dr. King)

3. We must show other Canadians that Caledonia is driving inward from the beach head to retake our rights from the occupiers and their OPP enforcers so there will be no more Caledonias. We must show them that victory against politically-correct racism is not only possible, but inevitable. One day the politicians will find the courage to help us, but the sad reality is that we must first shame them or inspire them with our resolve:

winston_churchill“You ask what is our policy. I will say, it is to wage war with all our might, with all the strength that God can give us, to wage war against a monstrous tyranny never surpassed in the dark, lamentable catalogue of human crime.

“You ask what is our aim? I can answer in one word: Victory. Victory at all costs. Victory in spite of all terror. Victory however long and hard the road may be. For without victory there is no survival.”

Winston Churchill, May 13/40 – first speech as Prime Minister in the House of Commons

What will YOU do? What price will YOU pay?

What will YOU do to defend the Canadian values for which so many have died?

Will YOU stand with us united against the evils of racial domination?

Will YOU stand for equality of all human beings regardless of race, religion or grievance?

Will YOU help support the struggle financially by diverting hard-earned money to help pay for court costs, for travel costs, for printing?

Will YOU hold a flag and march with us to reaffirm that Canada is governed not by the rule of thugs, but by the rule of law?

Or, will YOU run from the fight and cower meekly with those who pretend that the temporary absence of tension is a satisfactory alternative to the presence of justice? I hope not, for one day you may have to explain to your children why you were silent while others paid a price to protect their right to be treated as equals before the law. 

I am reminded of that great scene in Braveheart where William Wallace rides onto a battlefield and speaks to a group of frightened Scots about to run away from the fight:

Aye, fight and you may die. Run, and you’ll live… at least a while. And dying in your beds, many years from now, would you be willin’ to trade ALL the days, from this day to that, for one chance, just one chance, to come back here and tell our enemies that they may take our lives, but they’ll never take… OUR FREEDOM! 

P.S. The federal government has just outlined plans to make reserves more accountable; to cap funding for dysfunctional reserves; and to refuse to be part of negotiations where native groups are acting in bad faith.

How ’bout that, huh?

And…be sure not to miss the story and docs that show how the OPP were rebuked for refusing to help a Cayuga builder:

The walls are closing in on those who have tried to destroy the rule of law in our province. Aren’t you glad you can say you saw it all happen???

Wouldn’t you proud to say you helped to make it happen?

Mark Vandermaas, Editor

2 responses to “Gov’t source: Caledonia the only grass-roots resistance to native extremism in Canada

  1. I hope you are right in what the very reliable source has said. Now we have another protest on the Skyway Bridge by no other than the infamous Shawn Brant who, I believe, is not supposed to be involved in protesting according to the courts.

    This needs to be stopped now. We are not governed by the Mohawks. Canada must be the laughing stock on the International scene since we cannot even control our border from activists within, never mind an outside organization of terrorism.

    Canadians and visitors should be able to travel freely and unrestricted. Canadians should be ensured safety of home and possessions, safety of person, and the right to freely enjoy their property. Now it appears if more bridges are taken, the Canadian electorate will be the ones held hostage once again.

    STOP THE MONEY now and stop dicking around with negotiations going nowhere.

    VoC REPLY: Hi ML. Alas, no one is riding to the rescue any time soon (I wish) but Caledonia resistance is being recognized for the importance it has. That is one of the first steps in a long struggle.

    I think the federal position on reserves (see National Post articles) is a sign that the endless money and fruitless ‘negotiations’ are going to come to an end one day.

    Criminals are criminals are criminals no matter what race they may be or what grievance they may happen to have. Shutting a Canadian border crossing is an insurrection and it should be dealt with using all the force of the state as may be required to reopen the border. As you said, Canadians have the right to move freely without interference from organized crime, and the right to be protected from these gangsters.

    Thanks for writing, ML. Regards, Mark

  2. Winston Smith

    It’s nearing a point where a citizen in one of these territories under siege would be justified in revoking their consent to be governed or taxed if governing authorities will not reflexively and unconditionally protect their rights, safety, property or the nation’s sovereignty.

    From a patriotic perspective, the government has failed the constitutional test of duty and by extension has lost the moral and constitutional authority to exert governing power in the jurisdictions under unopposed siege. It’s as if Canadian officialdom has surrendered jurisdiction, the citizens and their property in the siege territories to the insurgents whose claims may now be legitimate by right of salvage. Events in Akwasasne display the government will not defend the sovereignty of its own national border and customs authority

    In the case of Canadian territory under siege by another nation “We’re doing something” is not the same as “we are doing our sworn duty”.

    Territorial claims settled outside the law courts in exclusive closed door meetings have no democratically accountable legitimacy – and the official accommodation of the native lawlessness, used to intimidate and aid land claim extortion, amounts to abandonment of constitutional duty to the citizenry.

    In this case “keeping the peace” is not the same as upholding the rule of law.

    Events in Caledonia and other municipalities under first nations siege demonstrate that a deed or land development licence issued by the government is selectively enforced and thus renders private property ownership worthless.

    The open display of officialdom’s contempt for the exercise of charter rights by citizens under siege while ignoring the open lawlessness of the besiegers is absolutely dystopian.

    Then when the court’s oversight to uphold the rule of law is evaded by officials or goes unheeded, this is a tell tale sign of descent into civil collapse .

    Most days I don’t know if we’re living under a soft anarchy or a soft tyranny. Elements of both these civil pathologies appear daily in the jurisdictions under native siege.

    All I do know is that this is no longer a constitutionally functional jurisdiction and those who presume authority in it, yet evade or abandon their duty of office, are skating on thin constitutional ice. Any disputed Canadian territory under siege by a hostile claimant nation without a court judgement or weight of law, should be dealt with as an insurrection and invasion of sovereign Canadian dominion. Negotiation stops in this instance and does not resume until Canadian sovereignty is respected and the rule of law, peace order and good government are reestablished.

    VoC REPLY: Hi again Winston. You summed up how a lot of people are feeling. I have been very afraid for my country for some time given the terrible message the ‘authorities’ have been sending: that if you threaten or use violence you will get what you want – if you belong to the right race of people.

    What is very troubling to me is how the OPP and Ontario government have treated those non-natives who have used peaceful, democratic, lawful methods to hold them accountable vs. their appeasement of the violent criminals who have terrorized places like Caledonia.

    They have smeared our reputations with false accusations of being involved in violent crime, arrested us for trying to put up Canadian flags and deliberately worked together to subvert our rights. Then, when we take them before the courts, they do not provide evidence to back up their accusations, but instead offer more sleazy accusations that our claims are frivolous and vexatious.

    You are so right about the difference between peacekeeping and keeping the rule of law. Merlyn and I once wrote a letter to Premier McGuinty to educate him. He didn’t write back, but both the OPP and gov’t have stopped using the ‘peacekeeper’ BS to describe their abandonment of the responsibilities listed in the Police Services Act!

    It seems to me sometimes that the government and police are deliberately trying to provoke violence from non-natives with their outrageous conduct. I am so proud of the people in Caledonia! If native people were treated in the same illegal, disrespectful, contemptible fashion there surely would be outright war, but Caledonia’s victims have so far resisted the urge to meet fire with fire. Yet, the pols and OPP just don’t see it. In their minds, politically-correct racism means that natives who terrorize others must be treated with respect, but non-natives who protest are snubbed and then slurred with accusations of ‘provoking violence.’ Lives of innocent people are being traumatized in the name of political-correctness.

    Resistance to state-sanctioned land claim lawlessness is growing. There are murmours that some residents are planning to form a citizens’ militia in Caledonia to protect themselves when the OPP refuses to do so. I fully support their right to self-defence, especially since it is in keeping with a Superior Court ruling that says property owners have a right to remove trespassers using reasonable force. See, ‘Ontario Superior Court: OPP refusal to aid Cayuga land owner an ‘abuse of power & police discretion.’ I would much prefer that the OPP stop abusing their authority, but since that is unlikely to happen so long as Fantino & McGuinty are in charge, citizens are being forced to do their job, just as CANACE did when our founders laid criminal charges against native protesters and OPP officers who have aided in their illegal actions.

    As disgusted as I am with the cowardice and racist attitudes of the politicians and police in refusing to protect non-natives I believe that the only solution is to follow in the footsteps of Dr. King. Non-violent protests that expose the injustice and give us evidence for court proceedings are working. Native extremists are no longer being seen as heroic underdogs, but as the criminals they are.

    Suggest you check out the VoC feature: Lessons from Dr. King. If CANACE has a ‘manifesto’ it is Dr. King’s April 16/63 letter from the Birmingham jail. Even when 4 black children were killed in a KKK bombing he never gave up protesting or his commitment to do it without violence.

    Thanks for writing, Mark