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A news conference was just held now on the news of Indigenous people declaring war on us all for the "not guilty" verdict of Gerald Stanley. See  http://thestarphoenix.com/news/local-news/gerald-stanley-trial-jury-delivers-not-guilty-verdict-in-murder-of-colten-boushie

and present news coverage tonight (10:45 Global news and likely on CBC network now). 

I've always understood our government's stance of "Mutliculturalism" (TM) to represent collective forms of National Socialists and NOT diversity of all peoples. In the need for the establishment of this country's faltering power to preserve their own Nationalistic 'catholic' origins here, Pierre Trudeau set up a Constitution that locked in his favored religion and culture but had to include token means to the very Aboriginal tribes his (not my) relatives thought of the Natives when they abused them through various policies of their own ancestors. 

I believe the means of 'favoring' the Aboriginals the WAY we have in this country today goes along with the similar movements to grant women and girls retribution against the problems ...that again....his own kind of family and thinkers created. Yet to do so means to TRANSFER the burden to all people and especially to those very stereotypical thinking memes against SCAPEGOATS of the whole rather than take on the burden of debt that is due against the churches and wealthy establishment of the Eastern Canadian Catholic and Anglican 'loyalists' that served to go against the democratic changes of the Enlightenment when the U.S. was being formed. 

My anger here is to what this conference of "Nations" (Aboriginal Nationalists) are challenging of many across the nation now against the trial that "let a guilty man free" today. [I don't hold any opinion for Gerald Stanley's guilt nor innocence, only the FACT that he's been tried by a jury of his peers as we are all expected a right here to.] The rise of Nationalism by the Natives now is something that I fear is going to harm us all in kind to all the other segregate empowered groups being fostered by Mutliculturalism. [Remember, the Nazis in Germany is precisely a motion of "Indigenous" Germans demanding SEGREGATE social rights as 'distinct' special peoples!.]

History is not only repeating itself,...it is getting amplified for the sake of the selfish arrogance and ignorance of those supporting SEGREGATE laws for SPECIFIC people as though they are above and beyond reproach. 

I was born on this EARTH and so am equally "Aboriginal" here. I also have NOT gained any of the wealth nor benefits of anyone here, including no favor to high paying jobs that I get stereotyped as having gained from. I am a "FLOATER" when it comes to the fact that I don't own shit nor any privileged "culture" that I supposedly OWN from some ancestors of mine. This is MY land as much as any others here. And I'm getting tired of this EMPOWERMENT to National Socialism in the name of "liberalism" of a left that is actually the collective right-wingers AVENGING W.A.S.P.s that I also DO NOT SUPPORT!!

Thank you Trudeau and all you who support SEGREGATIONIST, racist and sexist laws here. Thank you for the inevitable wars that YOU are actually fostering of the very people you claim to be pitying. 

 

P.S. "Person Kind" comes from the meaning "per son" (for each SON); So if you were intending to evade any sexist overtones of the word "Mankind" you think it has, Justine, think again. [This is a dig to his comment the other day correcting some girl who used this.]

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It seems unusual that out of all those potential jurors, the defense was able to find 12 racists and the prosecution agreed to all of them.

Armed thugs enter property to steal and start an altercation...   one gets shot.   What a shocker!!   The kid didn’t deserve to die, and the farmer didn’t deserve to be charged with murder.  Sucks

Trudeau is trying to obstruct the justice system for political gain.

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1 minute ago, Scott Mayers said:

Thank you Trudeau and all you who support SEGREGATIONIST, racist and sexist laws here. Thank you for the inevitable wars that YOU are actually fostering of the very people you claim to be pitying. 

Did you see Trudeau’s tweet about the verdict? I honestly can’t believe the PM of our country would even comment at this time. He is by far the most disgraceful PM ever to take office

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Just now, Accountability Now said:

Did you see Trudeau’s tweet about the verdict? I honestly can’t believe the PM of our country would even comment at this time. He is by far the most disgraceful PM ever to take office

It's frustrating! I didn't see it yet and will be looking for it. 

I actually can't tell if this Justine is actually just naive or cleverly deceptive!! What the hell? This is getting ridiculous. 

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3 minutes ago, Scott Mayers said:

It's frustrating! I didn't see it yet and will be looking for it. 

I actually can't tell if this Justine is actually just naive or cleverly deceptive!! What the hell? This is getting ridiculous. 

Here:

https://mobile.twitter.com/JustinTrudeau/status/962176071201247232?ref_src=twsrc^tfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.cbc.ca%2Fnews%2Fcanada%2Fsaskatoon%2Fgerald-stanley-colten-boushie-verdict-1.4526313

I’m honestly baffled at this joke of a PM

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8 minutes ago, Accountability Now said:

I’m honestly baffled at this joke of a PM

Yes, expressing sorrow for the grief a family is having with the death of their son is unacceptable. He should be bold like our previous Prime Minister, and express his dissatisfaction with the judicial system and say his opinion is the only one that counts. That is the kind of dictatorial Prime Minister we need.

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2 minutes ago, ?Impact said:

Yes, expressing sorrow for the grief a family is having with the death of their son is unacceptable. He should be bold like our previous Prime Minister, and express his dissatisfaction with the judicial system and say his opinion is the only one that counts. That is the kind of dictatorial Prime Minister we need.

He shouldn’t be commenting at all. Do you not get that?

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2 minutes ago, ?Impact said:

Yes, expressing sorrow for the grief a family is having with the death of their son is unacceptable. He should be bold like our previous Prime Minister, and express his dissatisfaction with the judicial system and say his opinion is the only one that counts. That is the kind of dictatorial Prime Minister we need.

Trudeau OWNS the very cause of the comments against him by the Aboriginal Sovereigns getting angry and riling up all Natives everywhere. He is naive and dangerously ignorant.

 

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Just now, Accountability Now said:

He shouldn’t be commenting at all. Do you not get that?

No I don't. Compassion for a family and community that is devastated is not wrong. What is wrong is interfering in the judicial system, and only the previous Prime Minister did that.

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Just now, ?Impact said:

No I don't. Compassion for a family and community that is devastated is not wrong. What is wrong is interfering in the judicial system, and only the previous Prime Minister did that.

Hang back, it is always "fun" when you get two rednecks stroking each other.

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3 minutes ago, ?Impact said:

No I don't. Compassion for a family and community that is devastated is not wrong. What is wrong is interfering in the judicial system, and only the previous Prime Minister did that.

First I have zero compassion for an intoxicated, trespassing thief who clearly was in the wrong and was found that way by a jury. Having your PM imply there is something wrong with that said system minutes after the verdict without basis is flat out wrong. 

By the way...Harper can’t hurt you any more. You can try to sleep at night 

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1 minute ago, Accountability Now said:

First I have zero compassion for an intoxicated, trespassing thief who clearly was in the wrong and was found that way by a jury. Having your PM imply there is something wrong with that said system minutes after the verdict without basis is flat out wrong. 

By the way...Harper can’t hurt you any more. You can try to sleep at night 

So if you're drunk and in the worong place as is your interpretation, it's OK to shoot you in the head. Are you a fucking American?

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1 minute ago, Accountability Now said:

First I have zero compassion for an intoxicated, trespassing thief who clearly was in the wrong and was found that way by a jury.

Clearly you have zero understanding of the verdict. Reasonable doubt was found by the jury that the farmer intended to shoot the young man.

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So if you're drunk and in the worong place as is your interpretation, it's OK to shoot you in the head. Are you a fucking American?

Oh...did you miss attempting to steal and firing your own weapon on the said property. I’d rather be an American than anything you’re associated to

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7 minutes ago, Omni said:

Hang back, it is always "fun" when you get two rednecks stroking each other.

Is being against Trudeau's stances here automatically make one a supporter of Harper? I find Trudeau actually the 'best' alternative we have simply because there is NO actual intellectual integrity ON the left that I support! Try arguing with the content here, not one's association.

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2 minutes ago, Scott Mayers said:

Is being against Trudeau's stances here automatically make one a supporter of Harper? I find Trudeau actually the 'best' alternative we have simply because there is NO actual intellectual integrity ON the left that I support! Try arguing with the content here, not one's association.

Don't think you have to worry about Harper anymore. 

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5 minutes ago, Scott Mayers said:

Try arguing with the content here, not one's association.

Scott, I would have defended you as not being as partisan as others in here but you decided previously to use "Justine" in reference to our Prime Minister. I think you earned your rebuke.

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2 minutes ago, ?Impact said:

Scott, I would have defended you as not being as partisan as others in here but you decided previously to use "Justine" in reference to our Prime Minister. I think you earned your rebuke.

Ohhh....'OUR' Prime Minister!??

Please. I'm not for any of our system's 'leaders' today. I supported NDP locally but now can't even support them for the stupidity of people today. What was your concern of what I said PARTICULARLY. (I don't READ into your innuendo, only notice it as some inside insult of some sort.)

 

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2 minutes ago, Omni said:

You brought up Harper, I didn't. Carry on.

Mixed response to your reply to Accountability now. Sorry.

But you insulted him/her as being American. I don't get the hostility against a country that was founded on enlightenment principles versus our Canadian "loyalists" to dictators and authoritarians. (Our original Canadians, that is.) People are stupid here in Canada. I'm as much bothered by those on the right utilizing the actual "logical' fallacies involved to plant themselves as somehow more righteous. 

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1 minute ago, Scott Mayers said:

Mixed response to your reply to Accountability now. Sorry.

But you insulted him/her as being American. I don't get the hostility against a country that was founded on enlightenment principles versus our Canadian "loyalists" to dictators and authoritarians. (Our original Canadians, that is.) People are stupid here in Canada. I'm as much bothered by those on the right utilizing the actual "logical' fallacies involved to plant themselves as somehow more righteous. 

People here are not stupid, nor are they righteous as I suspect you are using the word. It's not hostility necessarily, it's a difference of opinion.

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