Frances Widdowson, one of the authors of the ground-breaking book, Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry, has published two articles about Caledonia.
The first takes a look at the issue of native sovereignty in relation to Christie Blatchford’s coverage of the Brown-Chatwell trial. Ms. Widdowson was kind enough to invite me to comment on this article which I did – at some length, and on several topics one of which was that native people themselves have been victimized by native extremism and racial policing. I also provided some information and evidence regarding the disturbing role of anarchists in supporting Six Nations extremists.
- Offended by Offence, Frances Widdowson, Nov 23/09: Caledonia: A glimpse of aboriginal self-government
In her second article Ms. Widdowson cites my concern for native victims and also comments on the ‘pseudoleftists’ supporting native extremists who pretend to be progressive left wing liberalists but who, in fact, espouse ideology more appropriately positioned on the extreme right wing where other supremacists promote their messages of inequality.
- Offended by Offence, April 29/09: ‘Pseudoleftist support for “Mohawk Warriors” in Caledonia
If you haven’t already done so I encourage you to run, not walk, to the nearest Chapters and buy Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry. You won’t be able to put it down.
- VoC, April 29/09: Book Review: Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry
Mark Vandermaas, Editor