Duping the RCMP and Press with Fake Hereditary Chiefs

Considering that the RCMP have announced via their webpage it seems that the new tactic of coming dressed like a Hollywood actors borrowing legitimate blankets from real chiefs is a way to fool both the press and the RCMP. Persons permitted would generally include: All Hereditary and Elected Chiefs; Elected Read More

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Dangerous Criminals or Peaceful Protestors? What the UN did not tell you.

Recall now how much ado was made about the anniversary of the take down of the Kilometer 44 of the Morice Logging Road? Part of that story is missing, the part about how no Go Fund Me money, or Office of Wet’suwet’en is paying for the defense of two of Read More

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Heart to Heart – First Nation to First Nation

The following video was obtained without consent or permission, gleaned raw from the Facebook page of Ellis Ross. His bio below was taken from the legislative assembly, and the video is a message everyone needs to hear, please share this video widely, after watching it I am sure you will Read More

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Office of the Wet’suwet’en – Heated with LNG

How often have we hear John Ridsdale say once you allow one pipeline in all the rest will follow, so we must stop the first, meaning CGL. Somehow everyone seems to have missed the obvious hypocrisy, Pacific Northern Gas. The transmission line was constructed in 1968 from a point 50 Read More

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Office of Wet’suwet’en protest march is an epic fail

You count the First nations people walking behind John Ridsdale, and where are the other 12 Herditary chiefs? They marched Smithers Main Street and held speeches for the already converted to hear and cheer. The vast majority of the people that showed up are the local Eco-obstructionists and aboriginals coming Read More

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What exactly is unceded land? An in-depth look into the problem.

We keep hearing eco-colonialists and aboriginal obstructionists screaming about unceded land. In the case of the Wet’suwet’en people, they made a claim or land claim to a very large section of land that includes most of the Bulkley Valley. Why does the government not honour the ruling of the Supreme Read More

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Stolen Titles – Unist’ot’en – CGL Eviction

Let us begin with remembering there was an sworn affidavit to the BC Supreme Court that Darlene Glaim (the true Chief Woos as passed down by Roy Morris the Chief Woos that testified at the Delgamuukw land claims trial. Darlene aka as Chief Woos signed a statement that the Unist’ot’en Read More

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Inventing Wet’suwet’en law

Ignorantia juris non excusat or ignorantia legis neminem excusat (Latin for “ignorance of the law excuses not” and “ignorance of law excuses no one” respectively) is a legal principle holding that a person who is unaware of a law may not escape liability for violating that law merely because one Read More

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Coastal Gaslink Pipeline VS Huson

After reading the transcript, even I found it to be an eye opening document, there are many truths revealed within this document its hard to believe a few disgruntled citizens could have created such a deplorable mess and tarnish the relationships of the Wet’suwet’en people and the citizens of the Read More

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Victory for local citizens in the B.C. Supreme Court against Wet’suwet’en obstructionists.

Closing out 2019 the B.C. Supreme Court ruled in favor of the citizens of our valley. In an almost laughable response the “Office” of Wet’suwet’en rejects the ruling of the BC Supreme Court. The “Office” is also funded in part by the American Tides Foundation who dedicate themselves to shutting Read More

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The Guardian Gimmick – Written by Two Obstructionists

About the only part of the news that did not make the news is who was behind the stories in the Guardian Newspaper, The truth is Crystal Gidaagakoonz Greene had it right, there was no newly discovered documents, this was a GoFundMe PR stunt. They deliberately failed or misled the Read More

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Before we Merry Ho Ho one more rant.

As we wind down another decade and ready ourselves for the new one, we have a few closing thoughts to share as well. The other day I was pleasantly surprised to hear a Canadian Sikh defending the term Merry Christmas, he said it’s part of the culture of Canada to Read More

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