MPP Toby Barrett hammers McGuinty over Caledonia Militia insults

MPP Toby Barrett has absolutely hammered McGuinty and his cabinet ministers over their much-publicized insults regarding the Caledonia Militia in what is his most powerful statement since issuing the extraordinary Haldimand Proclamation for Peace, Order and Good Government on Feb 11/08.

As I said in emails to Toby’s Executive Assistant today:

I thought Toby’s letter to McGuinty was the best thing since the Barrett Proclamation. It was gutsy, honest, hard-hitting, passionate, and oh-so-very right on target! I am so bloody sick of politicians and bureaucrats accusing non-natives of being ‘unhelpful’ while they stay silent regarding native gangsters who have terrorized innocent people.

Read for yourself, and then send Toby a well-deserved thank you.

Toby Barrett supports Tim Hudak’s plan for renewed focus on rule of law

Toby Barrett has also issued a news release announcing that he is backing the call by Tim Hudak (candidate for PC Party Leader) for changes to the Trespass to Property Act and the creation of a separate offence for illegal occupations.

Toby was there in the beginning

Toby Barrett was a key-note speaker (photo above) at the inaugural March for Freedom  on Oct 15/06 when every other politician was hiding under their beds and predicting a nuclear holocaust if non-natives peacefully marched in Caledonia.

He made the Queen’s Park Media Studio available to residents and CANACE founders, including our Ipperwash Papers presentation on March 14/07.

Although he has not spoken publicly at protest events since Oct 2006, Barrett’s history-making Haldimand Proclamation for Peace Order and Good Government has been used as evidence in various legal proceedings to support our arguments regarding the existence of racial policing.

Thank you, Toby Barrett.

Mark Vandermaas, Editor


2 responses to “MPP Toby Barrett hammers McGuinty over Caledonia Militia insults

  1. Well Done Mr. Barrett,
    Thank You

  2. “MPP Toby Barrett hammers McGuinty over Caledonia Militia insults”

    McGuinty has yet to pay the political price for the Caledonia fiasco, but it IS coming.