I gotta feeling today’s gonna be a good day!

2inch_voc_logo-url.jpgUPDATED Jan 07/10 

 ‘Joy rising.’ That’s how I’ve been feeling lately (I’ll explain why below) and that’s how one of the 20,000 participants in this incredible, mindblowing, flashmob dance described his experience in surprising – and delighting – Oprah Winfrey as part of her 24th season kick off party held Sept 08/09  on Michigan Avenue in Chicago.   

The video below captures some of the feelings I’ve been having during the past few weeks thanks to the incredible developments in the struggle against race-based policing.    

 Black Eyed Peas, Oprah feeling/I Gotta Feeling, Sept 08/09, Oprah’s 24th Season Kickoff Party  – ‘the coolest thing EVER!’      

20,000 people suprise Oprah with help from the Black Eyed Peas. Click to visit Oprah's feature page to view video.

They are afraid! 

 If the video of Oprah’s surprise flash mob dance doesn’t warm your heart, maybe this will: Isn’t it nice to know that right now…as you’re reading this…frightened politicians, lawyers, OPP brass and their advisors, spin doctors and consultants are huddled behind closed doors in Orillia and Toronto wondering how it was that their plan to legitimize racial policing went so horribly off the rails, and are now trying to figure out how they can avoid losing their jobs and/or going to jail? Isn’t that a delicious thought?  

The McGuinty-OPP experiment in denying police protection to non-natives via an illegal so-called ‘peacekeeping’ mission on Canadian soil  is now being recognized by the courts, the public and the media for the spectacular disaster it is. 

Heck, even the Hamilton Spectator has finally ‘got it.’ After (to the best of my knowledge) 4 years of editorial silence – all the while printing Fantino’s outrageous smears against us unchallenged, and ignoring our offers to provide evidence – the paper has now issued a hard hitting editorial saying the “credibility of the OPP is shot” and the McGuinty government has “failed miserably.” 

In our CANACE report entitled Legalized MYTHS of Illegal Occupations we called race-based policing and the utter lack of legal support for it, “the greatest, most expensive fraud in Canadian history.”  We told the government and the OPP we were coming for them, publicly and in private, but they just wouldn’t listen. They actually believed that Canadians would allow them to subvert the Constitution and its Charter and destroy the rule of law with their twisted, racist policies. It’s been a long, hard struggle but, thankfully, the tide is coming in to wash this fraud and those who perpetrated it away.  It’s just a matter of time. They’re finished. We know it and they know it.

Hope for the future 

All of this of course sets up the next stage of this struggle which is to help bring about true healing and reconciliation by working to convince the OPP, the Ontario government and the people of Six Nations to erect a monument on DCE inscribed with their heartfelt apologies to Caledonia.    

That day will come one day, too. I know it. Over one year ago CANACE presented our vision for the future to Brantford Council in a presentation called ‘Reconciliation: the CANACE Path.’  We knew that violence and racial policing and appeasement could only lead all of us – native and non – down a very dark and dangerous road. I must say…the road looks considerably brighter and safer today.

Do YOU feel the ‘joy rising’? I sure do. 

P.S. Watch the Globe & Mail for some toughly-worded articles from Christie Blatchford in the near future.   

 Mark Vandermaas, Editor
VoiceofCanada.ca
info@voiceofcanada.ca
Co-founder, CANACE
www.canace.ca  

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One response to “I gotta feeling today’s gonna be a good day!

  1. Winston Smith

    “frightened politicians, lawyers, OPP brass and their advisors, spin doctors and consultants are huddled behind closed doors in Orillia and Toronto wondering how it was that their plan to legitimize racial policing went so horribly off the rails, and are now trying to figure out how they can avoid losing their jobs and/or going to jail?”

    My goodness that makes one feel so warm and fuzzy inside. The sun feels a little warmer when these parasites fear for their jobs. 😉

    “People should not be afraid of their governments. Governments should be afraid of their people. When the people fear their police and government there is tyranny. Where the police and government fear the people there is democracy.” – ‘V’

    VoC REPLY: Ah, yes…’V’ for Vendetta. And if you needed any more reason to feel warm and fuzzy…Justice of the Peace Brown signed a summons for Fantino today. Fantino is to appear on Feb 03/10 at 1000. It gets even better: I really hope you got to read Christie Blatchford’s piece in the Globe today; she did what any other journalist could have done during the past 3 years: she did her homework and wrote a fabulous column that vindicates Gary McHale! It’s called ‘Activist a nagging thorn in Fantino’s side.’ I’ll be getting up a post first thing tomorrow. Been very busy updating the CANACE.ca site. Thanks for comment, Mr. Smith! Regards, Mark