The National Post’s Barbara Kay recently included the treatment of Caledonia residents at the hands of the OPP in a column about recent abuses of power by police.
It is, to the best of my knowledge, the first time a ‘mainstream media’ journalist has pointed out that the people of Caledonia were deemed expendable to OPP brass and the McGuinty government because of the colour of their skin:
[...] Most alarmingly, we saw disgusting underreaction in the years-long nightmare of Caledonia — “the town that law forgot” — when militants from the Six Nations reserve terrorized local inhabitants with racist (anti-white) police complicity. In this case, individual policemen cannot be faulted for directives that came from the top. (Then) OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino’s head should have rolled over Caledonia, and his political credibility been forever shredded. The same goes for Ontario Premier McGuinty. [...]
Bravo to Barbara Kay! Thank you for speaking the oh-so-politically-incorrect truth on this.
The only thing I would mention is the anti-white racism on the part of journalists that made it politically possible for the OPP and McGuinty to write off Caledonia’s victims – even to this day. I refer readers to a recent VoC story about how in 2007 the CBC buried – at the last minute – a documentary exposing that native occupiers has authorized the shooting of police and civilians in Caledonia:
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- VoiceofCanada, Dec 17/10: National Post’s Barbara Kay: Caledonia “terrorized…with racist (anti-white) police complicity”
Mark Vandermaas, Founder
Caledonia Victims Project