Thanks for all your support, hoping you will take the time out to enjoy summer vacation.
We may post the odd article during the summer, if its needed, but our researched articles will take a summer vacation. Wishing all of you avid fisherman tight lines and bent rods.
May you fill your freezers with the love summer from our incredible natural resources, in the land and waters we all love.
Now they fight among themselves, like wolves attacking each other over a bone.
On the eve of what the Office of the Wet’suwet’en expect to be a day never to be forgotten, the grassroots support goes up in flames.
Canadians need to understand that there are legitimate land claims out there, but they also need to know the process is being hijacked by rudest and most disgusting group of radicals Canada has ever seen. All of this points directly back at the present leadership of the Office of Wet’suwet’en.
I am no fan of the NDP, nor am I a fan of John Horgan, but aboriginals invited him to be a guest, and gets all but mauled for have the courtesy to attend. Note that the people who invited him did nothing to stop this extremely insolent attack on Horgan.
When aboriginals behave like this, treat guests like this, it shows they need psychiatric help, and are still decades away from being mature enough to even govern themselves.
In a sane world sane people do not behave this way
Years ago we saw some of the most respectful aboriginal leaders of all time stand up for their people to make the request that government grant a fair settlement to the aboriginal people. Their voices were backed up by locals who grew up side by side with our aboriginal brothers and sisters. They quietly told their story without exaggeration; they spoke of a history that did not play out in the way that even Canadians would consider to be honourable and fair, and it was time to change that.
This was a time when locals regardless of color stood up for each other, however today; we are seeing the so called leadership exploiting racism as a bargaining tool.
Coady Plamu Jipol setting fires using gasoline.
Let us begin with the subject of terrorism, most of us think of someone with a gun on a killing spree, but in fairness people who try destroy democracy, or the rule of law from the inside are equally guilty of terrorism. Those who hold our country hostage, by abusing our democracy, abusing their rights and freedoms, to deny other their rights and freedoms are indeed also elements of evil.
Those who mock our governments with the intent of destroying the elected process are also evil terrorists working from within, today we see so many hiding behind the skirts of aboriginals, or trying to shut down our nation in the name of aboriginals, when in fact they could not care less about aboriginals, but they fit the agenda.
A very humbling moment as Victor Jim becomes the high chief of the Tsaya Clan.
Never did I dream when I started this article it would end up looking like the Wet’suwet’en version of Game of Thrones, but it has every likeness to it.
Note: we added an addendum on discovering more relevant information. JLS
They call this “POLICE HARASSMENT”
It goes beyond imagination when you use the bodies of the dead and missing indigenous women to stop a pipeline from being built, I hardly can think of anything more insulting to these women who lost their lives to criminals, and have Delee Nikal insult not only the RCMP, but insult the families who spent thousands of hours with RCMP and Search and Rescue who put in thousands of hours with feet on the ground searches for these women, and you have the brazen audacity to claim none of that ever occurred.
Seriously you must be going senile, or your already there.
Stand by your words is an often used quote by First Nations leaders, so let’s have a look at what was said. I will post his words in yellow to show what he said in the included video.
It starts off with John Ridsdale waving like a school kid demanding attention, and it was granted. John start off be saying this is a statement of human rights violations of the Wet’suwet’en people in north western BC Canada, as well as the struggles of indigenous rights defenders across BC
There was a time when chiefs played an important role in preventing divorces in order to protect the family and clan. See Eagle Down is our Law. (Yes ask the Office, they profess to stand by Eagle Down is our Law) Also take note that the book Eagle Down is our Law was submitted into evidence to the Supreme Court of Canada in Delgamuukw v British Columbia, 
In 1986 Chief Woos conferred with Chief Dzee, and the agreed that they should have a feast for a couple in their fifties who had separated. They have been apart for a week. This will get them back together. It will cost them more to take a name, about $5000.00 each Chief Woos told Chief Haminskit (Cecil Alfred) on 7 April 1986. Under the threat of having to put on an expensive feast to pay for having separated, the couple had reconciliation and moved back together. Page 138 Eagle Down is our Law.
Oh my my my times have changed since then, here we have two deadbeat dads who can avoid child support by staying away from traditional jobs. Warner just disposed of a relationship with Freda, so where is the moral compass of the Hereditary Chiefs today? Adam will your wife and kids be joining you out at Parrot Lake? When was the last time you gave your kids a hug?
Ignorance is obviously bliss! But then its about a photo opportunity, and not the stupidity of being part of it.
In the news that the Office of Wet’suwet’en is putting their new found wealth to good use to see the world, courtesy of John Horgan. With a near 2 million dollar spending spree on the taxpayer dime, they are off to New York to address the UN Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.