Monday, June 10, 2019

Indigenous woman murdered on Reservation



Global is reporting that "A man is in custody after an alleged homicide on a First Nations reserve near Williams Lake Saturday night. RCMP say members from Williams Lake and Alexis Creek were called to the Toosey Reserve, which sits between the two communities, just after 6 p.m. to assist paramedics. Police say a 33-year-old woman was found suffering from severe injuries, but could not be revived and died at the scene. The nature of those injuries is not being released."

"The man arrested is a resident of the reserve, police said, and remains in custody. No charges have been laid." I'm not sure how that fits in with he genocide model but it is a tragedy nonetheless. We need to stand up against all violence against all women.

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  1. This happens quite commonly, but is never reported. The same with suicides on reserves.

    There is a genuine disconnect between youth on reserves and reality. Just as there is in more urban areas. However, on reserves there are less perceived (note the importance of that word, as it is merely subjective, not objective) activities/options for youth.

    Simply put, blame social media and social engineering for causing the false concept of "generation gap". This is nothing more than Saul Alinsky-esque created division.

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  2. Can't take over a society that's united to any great degree, you have to bust that up first, degrade the society, legal standards, encourage drug use, blind eye to importers/dealers, "divide and conquer".

    Everyone needs to reads Alinsky's "rules for Radicals". Then they will understand WHY what has been happening for the last 50 years, especially the last 40, has been happening.....

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    1. As a good beginning, everyone could start with 'The Wolf in Sheep's Clothing' documentary about Alinsky:

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGIIZ1-7MCI&t=3s

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    2. rolly eyes: yeah we'll get right on that.

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