Macleans Magazine uses dead Attawapiskat teen to attack the Conservatives

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The depravity of the Media Party knows no bounds as Macleans Magazine proves by running excerpts from NDP MP Charlie Angus’ book:

It was a simple speech, but her heartfelt determination genuinely touched people. The news coverage across Canada became the story of the 13-year-old girl who had never seen a real school and had stood up to the minister of Indian Affairs. Speaking to the media afterward, she related the daily humiliations of being educated in substandard conditions. “I told [Strahl] that we will not quit until every First Nation child has a school that they are proud of, that they can call their own.” In terms of the political impact, Shannen hit it out of the ballpark

Shannen Koostachin was killed in a car accident before her 16th birthday in 2010. The campaign for Indigenous education, renamed Shannen’s Dream, continued. Eventually, Ottawa agreed to fund a new school, which opened on Sept. 8, 2014. (see here)

And for Angus to use this dead teen who once lived with him for a year as a political weapon tells you everything you need to know about him.

Disgusting.

 

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2 Responses to “Macleans Magazine uses dead Attawapiskat teen to attack the Conservatives”

  1. Jen Says:

    Charlie Angus and the ndp socialist tribe have no use for the Aboriginal People or else they would have voted for bills the Harper gov brought forth for the Aboriginals.
    The Aboriginal chiefs better learn to use the millions of dollars the Harper gov gave them to attend to needs of their people because the ndp are not going to give them one dime more. Think of it. If the NDP did care, they would have voted for all those bills.

  2. Jen Says:

    The NDP socialist mentality is to show their endying love for Aboriginals, they bellow, beat the chest scream wail for women but refuse point blank to vote on bills the Harper Gov brought in for those women. And, not only that, the ndp parades in front of the cameras complaining that the gov is not doing anything for women and aboriginal people.
    Married aboriginal women want access to property rights but the ndp voted against those women. Luckily the Harper gov has a majority party to pass the bill.
    I noticed that for some bills which the ndp voted against are used for during their campaign.


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