Sarnia police officer joins in First Nation railroad blockade

At least now we know why the Sarnia Police won’t enforce the court injunction against this Ontario First Nation railroad blockade.

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6 Responses to “Sarnia police officer joins in First Nation railroad blockade”

  1. Liz J Says:

    It’s apparent the laws of the land do not apply to Indians. These louts show no respect for the working people whose tax money they shamelessly demand more and more of while they spit in our faces. There’s something very wrong with this picture, they all should have their arses hauled off to the slammer.

  2. Jen Says:

    Me thinks that there are First nations that has done very well for themselves which makes them the envy of other First Nations. Some FN found ways to achieve their goal without the help from the federal government.

    • BC Blue Says:

      Little Shuswap Indian Band http://bit.ly/ZGzxdn

      Westbank First Nation http://bit.ly/ZGzKgH

      • Jen Says:

        Exactly Dean. And would any of those prosperous FIRST NATIONS help Attawapiskat Chief Spence with their hard earned money so she can spend it on trinkets for herself—–I doubt it. I guess those nations are too aware of her games to give money.
        I find it rather strange that all FIRST NATIONS come to the aide of each other but it doesn’t look so.

  3. dmorris Says:

    Good contrast between Westbank FN and Attawpiskat: W-B FN has ONE Chief and four Band councillors to govern a population of approximately 6200. They also have a very big commercial component to deal with,as you would know well, Dean.

    It looks from driving by that WBFN has more big box stores than Kelowna.

    Attawapiskat, population 2200,has three Chiefs and 18 Band Councillors,and with the lack of commercial development and industry on the Reserve,you have to wonder what they do to keep busy, and to earn their fat salaries.

  4. neo Says:

    One protester, Tom Maracle, was quoted in news reports as saying the Dec. 30 protest was peaceful but the next one would not be.

    try doing this sort of thing with 20 of your friends and see what happens.


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