Monthly Archives: January 2019

Unist’ot’en Hooligan’s

    I do not often write when I am angry, this is an exception, but as a senior and long-time resident of the Bulkley Valley let me say you asked for it. The video at the bottom of this article is loud and clear, and sends out a message Read More

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I have a Dream – A Wet’suwet’en Dream

To the editor, “In loving memory of a Wet’suwet’en princess, may you dance on the clouds as you once did on earth.”   Thanks Martin Luther King, I too have a dream, a dream where our children feel no need to commit suicide, they have direction, and parents with jobs Read More

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The Chief Problem – the Office of the Wet’suwet’en

Let me start in a very unapologetic manner, it was the Liberals under then Gordon Campbell goverment who failed to uphold the law, allowing the then small group of anarchists to illegally block the road in 2009 and in 2010 allow the construction of the first illegal log cabin to Read More

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‘Get a damn job’: Chief offers blunt remedy for what ails First Nations

The perfect message to all you punks out there on the blockade, and Unist’ot’en Camp. Credits to Jonathon Naylor/ Flin Flon Reminder February 13, 2016 09:00 PM Clarence Louie says things anyone other than a respected indigenous leader couldn’t get away with. His advice to young men on his home Read More

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Aboriginal anarchists continue to interfere with CGL

What more evidence do you need when a renegade group of anarchists intentionally uses the path of a surveyed pipeline and deliberately and self admittedly builds building on the right of way. Later the same renegade group of anarchists builds a so called sacred building on the right of way, Read More

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Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs approved Pacific Trail Pipeline in 2015

We have uncovered a statement from the BC Government that indicates the Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs approved Pacific Trail Pipeline in 2015. The question now is who these chiefs were, I am sure that might be a closely guarded secret. There are 5 chiefs that run Office of the Wet’suwet’en, but Read More

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Mel Bazil a local Anarchist and Blockader

Updated; Mar 1st 2019 As the guest speaker at the University of Victoria, Saturday, Jan. 19 2019 it would be fair to say you made yourself a public figure, so public criticism is fair play.   First let me tell you what we have in common, we were both born Read More

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Truth or Lies – Office of the Wetsuweten

Absolutely staggering news, from a source I have traditionally despised due to its connections with racism. So before you look at who the messenger is, examine the evidence presented. Its nothing short of staggering. I will be the first to admit, using this reference was a bit akin to keeping Read More

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Whose land is it? Nutseni or Unist’ot’en?

Updated March 1st 2019 Before I get into the next thought provoking article, in the past 18 years almost everything I published was about British Columbia or Canada in general, other than a few articles, so if you’re wondering why suddenly it’s all about one issue, it’s because the attack Read More

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One Drop of Aboriginal Blood

As I sit down and pen another thought provoking article my first thoughts drift to the irony of the Office of the Wet’suwet’en headquartered in Smithers telling the people of Witset (Moricetown) that their elected officials has no jurisdiction over aboriginal lands. Read More

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