THERE IS NO DIFFERENCE

An Argument for the Abolition of the Indian Reserve System and Special Race-based Laws and Entitlements for Canada’s Indians.

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Peter Best – Lawyer- Sudbury

“The time for the healing of the wounds has come.

The moment to bridge the chasms that divide us has come.

The time to build is upon us.” – Nelson Mandela

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The Five Most Recent Postings

Under Book Reviews, #15- Canada’s New Destructive Ism: “Reconciliationism”: The movement to reverse history, divide Canadians and destroy Canada. True Reconciliation-How to Be a Force for Change, by Jody Wilson-Raybould, McLelland & Stewart, 2022- January 29, 2023

Under Book Reviews, #16-Namwayat- A Pathway to Reconciliation, by Chief Robert Joseph, Raincoast Books, 2022

Under Recent Posts, #20- C2C Journal Article- Why Doesn’t The Charter Apply to ALL Canadians? – November 22, 2022—UPDATED FEBRUARY 2, 2023- Two Competing Visions of “Indigenous Difference” Square Off at the Supreme Court of Canada. -The legal issues the Supreme Court will consider in Cindy Dickson’s appeal of the ruling of the Yukon Court of Appeal that the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms does not apply on First Nations reserves.

Under Recent Posts, #21- Ottawa’s Plan For “Reconciliation” Will Destroy Canada– December 14, 2022

Under Recent Posts, #22- The Federal Government’s Heedless and Unprincipled Giveaway of Billions of Taxpayer Dollars to Legally Undeserving Aboriginal Litigation Claimants, January 29, 2023

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Plus, immediately below is a link to independent researcher Nina Green’s Indian Residential School documents and testimonies website. Browse through it and you will conclude what a bundle of lies and misrepresentations is the depiction of residential schools presented by governments, the media, academia, the Aboriginal Industry (which is profiting hugely from these lies and misrepresentations), and shamefully, even today’s Churches themselves, whose forebearers sacrificed mightily for the good of Aboriginal peoples.

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