UPDATE 2117 EST June 29/09: What’s that sharp-looking shiny thing sticking out of your back, Ernie?
UPDATE 1552 EST June 12/09: A very reliable source spoke with OPP today who say they cannot take action against the native occupiers because they have not received a complaint from the owner of the property.
UPDATED 1245 EST June 12/09
We have received several reports from Caledonia that natives have built an illegal smoke shack on private property belonging to an elderly man who has been threatened with violence if he resists.
OPP may be aiding the natives by trying to convince the owner to allow the shack to remain instead of enforcing the law against the trespassers.
The property is just south of the lights at the end of Argyle Street on the left hand side heading south on Highway #6.
On Dec 01/07 native thugs attacked residents protesting against an illegal smoke shack in the same area that was selling cigarettes to children. Numerous assaults took place against the non-native protesters and OPP officers that sent members of both groups to hospital. Not one charge was ever laid for the assaults on police. The shack was on public property.
- VoC Category: Caledonia – Dec 01/07
With the exception of the Douglas Creek Estates this is the first time natives have built illegal structures on private property.
Needless to say, residents are outraged.
We have invested countless hours trying to stop racial policing and landclaim lawlessness through peaceful means, and have tried to show residents that using the various democratic processes is better than giving in to the temptation to take the law into their own hands. With every new outrage by native gangsters and every refusal by the OPP to enforce the law against them, however, it takes us closer to the day when the community justifiably resorts to ‘self help’ to defend itself.
Residents are now talking seriously about forming an unarmed milita unit to protect one another within the limits of the Criminal Code, and who could blame them?
It is long, long past time for the federal government to order an RCMP investigation into the OPP’s conduct and the interference in policing by the Ontario government.
Coincidently, Gary McHale was in Superior Court today arguing that the Crown did not have the right to stop his prosecution of three senior government employees in connection with the Stirling Street occupation in which Sam Gualtieri was nearly murdered by native punks. The case is adjourned until near the end of June.
Let us hope and pray he is successful. Canada’s future may depend on it.
P.S. I guess the abuse of an old man and thousands of motorists in one day means the answer is ”NO’ to my suggestion that Six Nations apologize for the crimes committed against the people of Caledonia, at least by the extremist/gangster crowd. I wasn’t holding my breath waiting and, by the sounds of it, not too many people in Caledonia were either.
Mark Vandermaas, Editor