Justin Trudeau, and his pathetic attempts at leadership, coupled with his virtue signalling politics, and constant moving the regulatory goalposts to suit his activist agenda, has effectively shut down Canada for business.
The fallout from Justin’s anti-Canadian, pro-UN globalist agenda, isn’t just an “Alberta” thing, or a ‘west’ thing – it’s a Canada wide disaster that affects every middle class Canadian and those hoping to join them. Sadly, the poverty stricken FN communities in oil rich provinces are hit the hardest.
The poorest of First Nation communities, are curiously those that are dependent on taxpayer government funds. Over the years, there has been a lot of grievances that the chiefs of those nations are pocketing government money for themselves.
Case in point, the Onion Lake Cree Nation: ex-Prime Minister Stephen Harper had passed the First Nations Accountability Legislation, which Justin Trudeau campaigned on immediately removing, if he was elected in 2015 (one of the promises he did manage to keep) Chiefs arranged to have their band members transported to voting stations, hired buses to get their members to vote; the Indigenous voter numbers were record setting. Unfortunately, Justin’s promise didn’t work out so poverty stricken reserves. Case in point the Onion Lake Crees…
“ After multiple wins in court, Charmaine Stick, an activist from Onion Lake Cree Nation, won a court case, that documents show that Chief Wallace Fox made $123,000 in 2015 and got a raise of $27,692 for a total of $150,692 in 2016. The national average for a chief’s salary is $58,856.
Chief Fox has consistently refused to provide financial transparency. He went to court to block The First Nations Financial Transparency Act which requires bands to publish consolidated financial statements as well as the salaries and expenses paid to chief and council, even though 99 per cent of bands have published financial documents as required. The federal government stopped enforcing the act in 2015.
Canadians need to start asking our current government, “exactly what ARE your plans for our First Nations and Indigenous peoples? Is the plan to get our western resources to market, which will result in thousands of sustainable jobs for thousands of Canadians?
Mike Deranger is an Indigenous leader in Fort McMurray and the owner of Derantech, a 100 per cent indigenous owned business. He trains Indigenous men and women to work in the oil and gas industry. He had huge aspirations to build up Indigenous people, through education and skills, so they could get out of poverty.
Unfortunately, Justin Trudeau’s anti-Canadian, globalist agenda, killed Mike’s dreams too.
Read more about Mike Deranger here.
Unfortunately for Canadians, the Liberal bought and paid for media only focussed on the FIVE ‘anti-pipeline’ hereditary chiefs. These five chiefs spoke the anti-Canadian, globalist agenda of Justin Trudeau.
These five Chiefs, had also received over $200,000.00 from the George Soros funded Tides Foundation, that paid countless rent-a-mob, “protestors” to ‘protest’ Canadian oil and gas.
Unfortunately, or maybe conveniently, the link has been disabled to the website,
Fortunately, I was able to grab a screenshot:
Many people are grumbling about the Wet’suwet’en and other First Nations that are PRO pipeline, for NOT speaking out against the five hereditary chiefs earlier.
The grumblers are blaming the wrong people.
The democracy of many First Nations and Indigenous peoples are to resolve differences between themselves.
The Wet’suwet’en have historically resolved their differences, internally and democratically at their feasting table.
The five chiefs who spoke out against the pipeline, against the wishes of their own peoples, did NOT adhere to their culture, or the long held customs of the Wet’suwet’en.
The Liberal, taxpayer funded media glommed onto the anti-pipeline rhetoric of the five paid off chiefs while completely ignoring the voices of 13,000 Wet’suwet’en, and their Chiefs, who voted for the pipeline.
And that, is just another reason to not TRUST what the mainstream media spoon feeds their sheeple.