BC Ferries – Feedback – Wet’suwet’en

Not every aboriginal is radical, its more like a screaming stuck brake on a rail car, the one in a million sounds like the entire train. This is the case when it comes to aboriginal protests, other than most of the participants are incredibly white or non aboriginal. The following Read More

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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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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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Pipelines full steam ahead, its a Canadian priority

With the election gone and done, all the power has been removed from the radical left, the environmentalists, who think their political signs are exempt from rules on plastic. What’s with that obsession to get rid of plastic, but plaster them all over nature with no regard for what becomes Read More

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Wet’suwet’en Hereditary Chiefs – Popcorn Box Titles

Part One As many Wet’suwet’en have tearfully described to me, “it was and always will be a painful memory of what we were subjected to during the period of colonization. But it pales in comparison to having your own people subject you to even more, because they hold the power Read More

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Pipeline Blockaders and the RCMP

Victims or Aggressors?   Playing both sides of the coin, many of the blockaders want both the money a gullible public only too willing to send to them, and sitting on the inside, negotiating with the province on matters of land claims. “Unist’ot’en not joining hereditary chiefs’ provincial reconciliation” Yet Read More

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In the words of Lucy Rose Verigin (nee Bazil)

Regardless of politics and political opinions, at a time when the Bulkley Valley is now so badly divided by a small group of self declared warriors, as elders in the Bulkley Valley, regardless of nationality, we all deserve respect, we are the people who built what this valley is today. Read More

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In defense of the Wet’suwet’en Matrilineal Coalition

Wet’suwet’en women are being denied the right to exercise the roles they were sworn into for purely sexist reasons. If the male Wet’suwet’en are the only ones allowed to negotiate on behalf of their people, then their mistake was to allow Wet’suwet’en women to become hereditary chiefs.

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