UPDATED June 24/10 1342 — You can’t blame native goons for thinking they could intimidate the feds and Ontario into exempting them from the HST.
They got away with killing a Quebec police officer in Oka – among many other crimes.
- Journal of Military & Strategic Studies, Dr. Whitney Lackenbauer, 2008: Carrying the Burden of Peace: The Mohawks, the Canadian Forces and the Oka Crisis (carefully researched, politically-incorrect account of Oka by U of Waterloo professor) [PDF, 71p; VoC download PDF]
- Wikipedia.org: Oka Crisis
They were rewarded with a provincial park they had no claim against for terrorizing residents and taking over a Canadian military base in Ipperwash with the help of children.
- CANACE report/series, Feb 18-25/09: McGuinty’s Ipperwash Cover-up: the Caledonia Legacy [PDF, 10p]
We know that they’re going to be rewarded – sooner or later – for terrorizing the people of Caledonia when Ontario meekly hands over the Douglas Creek Estates which, not only do they not own but, according to the courts, the recognized representatives of Six Nations haven’t even made a claim for possession of it in the courts and, even if they did, it wouldn’t succeed.
- Haldimand Mayor letter to Minister of Aboriginal Affairs Brian Duguid, Jan 27/10*: Questions re handover of DCE to Six Nations & Samsung deal (*the date shown on this letter is Jan 12, but the properties of the file show it as being created Jan 27, following the Jan 21 conversation referenced in para 1)
- VoiceofCanada, March 19/10: Some “historical context” about imaginary Caledonia land claims and treaty rights
- Caledonia Victims Project: 1536412 Ontario Ltd. v. HCCC, HDI, Ruby & Floyd Montour, Hazel Hill (Cayuga occupation, May-June 2008) [LINK]
- Caledonia Victims Project: John Voortman & Associates v. HMF (Hagersville occupation, April 2009) [LINK]
- CANACE report, Dec 2007: The Human Costs of Illegal Occupations [PDF, 101p]CANACE report, May 2008: Legalized MYTHS of Illegal Occupations [PDF, 56p]
- CANACE reference: Race-Based Policing