Thursday, February 18, 2016


HEY BC, I THINK WE NEED SOME MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS TO REMOVE CC. before she does even MORE damage to the people of this province and Canada.

Just as doctors can take away someones driver's license, Christy Clark needs to be removed from her current position.

democracy definition. A system of government in which power is vested in the people, who rule either directly or through freely elected representatives. 

Note: Democratic institutions, such as parliaments, may exist in a monarchy.

Cindy Blackstock is a HERO!

Cindy Blackstock is a Canadian-born Gitxsan activist for child welfare and Executive Director of the First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada. She is also an associate professor for the Faculty of Extension at the University of Alberta.[1]  

Blackstock has become a very influential voice within the social work and Aboriginal community. Blackstock has spoken out and said she is very influenced by the voice of her ancestors; because of this, Blackstock is very well known within the community and is spoken about in a very positive manner.

First Nations chief to Christy Clark: ‘Dial down the rhetoric’

Our Premier has described us as ‘rag tag’ and the ‘forces of no,’ but I’m proud to be part of that group,” he said. “I think she should dial down the rhetoric … it’s not helpful. We need to respect each other’s world view.”

Christy Clark speaks on CBC National Radio program "The House" on Feb.6, 2016. She calls the numerous Hereditary Chiefs, Scientists, MLAs and MP who are standing together to protect Flora Bank from Petronas LNG a "rag tag group of people". She lies when she says that all the elected and hereditary leaders called for retraction of the declaration (they didn't). She lies and insults when she says the First Nations in the region are "hungry" for LNG. She then makes the audacious and insulting nineteenth century colonial statement that "LNG poses the first opportunity post-contact for First Nations communities to build the kind of community they want." Seriously? How about a future with wild salmon?

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