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

                                                                          (Second Edition- June 2020)

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


The Most Recent Postings

Under Recent Postings, Posted February 20th, 2024

The Supreme Court of Canada Endorses Granting to Indigenous Communities Quasi- Property Rights in Their Children

Under Restoule v. Ontario and Canada, Posted February 14, 2024.

The Restoule-created floodgates have opened. The Supreme Court of Canada Must Close Them.

Under Book Reviews, Posted February 1st, 2024

 The book Grave Error Exposes the Betrayal of Canadians by Their Elite Classes

How the media, academia and our politicians misled us about Indigenous residential schools.


Under Recent Posts, January 27, 2024

Under Book Reviews, posted January 5th, 2024.

For Indigenous propagandists Duncan Campbell Scott is the lazy “go to” personification of white “settler” genocide of Indigenous peoples. In fact he was an excellent, solid, liberal-minded Canadian, (yes, a man “of his times”- who isn’t?), whose only “crime” was caring about Indigenous peoples to the extent that he wanted them, mainly through education, to be able to leave the reserve and become fully equal, participating citizens of Canada. The charge that he wanted to destroy Indigenous culture is ridiculous. In 1909, when he got his first important job in the Department of Indian Affairs, authentic, pre-contact Indigenous culture had already disappeared long before that.

An excerpt:

“Ottawa’s response to the loss of the buffalo was to pressure Indians to take up farming on their reserves as the only way they could sustain themselves. The scale of the challenge the Indians faced was not understood then, nor is it easy to comprehend it even in hindsight. In essence, the Plains Indians underwent a cultural catastrophe that encompassed every aspect of their lives-not just the material and political, but the social, the economic, the spiritual, the cultural, the psychological; each of these was either shattered or reduced to the redundant, the retrograde or, in the eyes of many outsiders, the comic. It is not easy to identify any people anywhere who have had to cope with so complete and swift an extinction of their way of life other than those defeated in war, occupied and reduced to slavery. Perhaps the best intellectual analysis of this transformational trauma is that by the American philosopher Jonathan Lear in his book Radical Hope. There, he explores the dimensions of a comment make by Chief Plenty Coups of the Crow Nation that, after the buffalo disappeared, “Nothing happened.” Chief Plenty Coups was saying that once the buffalo were gone, his people became like the living dead.”

Scott, on behalf of every government he worked for, and every government in Canada since the 1830’s, wanted to SAVE Indigenous people from this tragic situation.

A Defence of the Decency and Good Faith of the Anti-Segregationist, Treaty-Honouring Duncan Campbell Scott, Canadian Civil Servant, (by way of a book review of A Narrow Vision- Duncan Campbell Scott and the Administration of Indian Affairs in Canada)

It’s a 25 minute read. The Indigenous “residential schools were genocidal” lie is so deep-seated, (whole academic and political careers are based on it), that Mr. Scott deserves a proper, substantive defence.


Posted December 31, 2023 (Happy New Year, Reader!)

C2C Journal article posted October 23, 2023, illustrating the devastating damage “aboriginal title” causes to the Canadian economy.

And, read the shorter, Financial Post version of this article, published November 7th, 2023.


Under Recent Posts- #28 Posted November 28, 2023

Two Indigenous persons engineered the smuggling into Canada of 23 tractor-trailer loads of bulk tobacco, avoiding payment of $18,700,000 in customs duty. They were found guilty of different Criminal Code offences by a jury. On November 1st, 2023 all charges were stayed against them on the ground that they had been engaging in their Indigenous “legal-system”-authorized Aboriginal and treaty-authorized right to “tobacco trade”, protected by s. 35 of the Constitution Act, which rights, now fully endorsed by Trudeau’s state-suicidal UNDRIP laws, took precedence over the Criminal Code of Canada. The case is another judicial blow to Crown sovereignty, the rule of Canadian law, equality under the law and to the necessary tax revenue of the Canadian state.

By Declaring Mohawk Smuggling, Fraud, Conspiracy and Gangsterism a Constitutionally Protected Aboriginal Right the Canadian Judiciary, Lockstep with the Trudeau Federal Government, Continues Its Relentless Attack Against the Canadian State.

25 minute read. Forgive me, it’s long. But worth it, to experience the numerous disastrous trends happening now in Aboriginal court rulings. And the judgment was 365 pages long! It’s the best I could do in my attempt to fairly capture all the different essences of it.


Under Ginoogaming First Nation vs. Ontario and Michael Malouf, posted September 11th, 2023,

The 3rd instalment of the story of the small, Geraldton mining claims-holder who got legally beaten up by a neighboring First Nation band, seeing his dreams vanish, while the Ontario government basically just stood by and watched.



Explaining one of the prime rationales for the staying of the Mohawk smuggling charges, (above).

Under Recent Posts #26, posted July 20, 2023, The Trudeau Government’s UNDRIP-based Action Plan for the Destruction of the Canadian State


Under Recent Posts #25, to Canada.

A defense of the decency and honor of our non-Indigenous Canadian forefathers.



Plus, immediately below is a link to independent researcher Nina Green’s Indian Residential School documents and testimonies website. Also is a link to the Indian Residential Schools Research Group website. Browse through them 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.

Plus, an excellent recent article by James Pew about the IRS Research Group website: https:

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