Caledonia Residents Organizing Unarmed Militia


Caledonia residents are not up in arms but are forming a citizens’ militia to deal with the growing prevalence of crime in their town and to deal with crime that they say the OPP refuse to deal with.
Caledonia residents have been left hanging in the balance by Ontarios’ government and the federal state that is responsible for native land claim issues.
At the centre of the dispute is a 200 year old land claim that the natives say gives them legal control over most of the Caledonia region.
Recently natives starting erecting “cigarette shacks” on peoples’ private property and those private property owners are then told by the OPP that they should leave the natives and their illegal cigarette shack alone as if they complain this will only lead to more native unrest.(ccol, just threaten people with some unrest and you can do whatever you want)
It should be noted that most of the native produced cigarettes are being sold to persons’ that are not from any reserve. Most of the native cigarettes end up in our communities being consumed by non-native non-taxpaying smokers.
Perhaps the government should start searching vehicles that leave the reserves to cut off the cigarette trade to the natives. Afterall, any person who purchases reserve cigarettes is actually committing a provincial tax fraud when they fail to declare the taxes on cigarettes.
Being caught with reserve non-taxed cigarettes off the reserve if you are non-native(isn’t that a racist thing to say…people born in Canada being called non-native? I have always assumed that I am a native Canadian despite my Aryan background.) is a massive on the spot fine as well as a bill for non-payment of provincial tobacco taxes.
It’s disgusting that the OPP would fail the people of Caledonia.



  1. Anonymous
    Posted June 17, 2009 at 11:11 am | Permalink

    It's a sign of the times. The police are just another arm of the governing party. Their priorities are set by politicians for purely political purposes. It hasn't been about enforcing the law for a long time. It's all about enforcing whatever the government finds politically correct or expedient.

    The police enforced the law at Oka. The militants had firearms. Somebody got shot. Rather than accept the fact that when lawbreakers play with guns somebody is liable to get shot there was a public outcry and the government got their asses kicked …for enforcing the law. You want law enforcement? Stop whining and bitching when somebody actually has the guts to do the job.

    Naturally McGuinty (he of no spine) hasn't the guts to enforce the law after seeing what happened to the Harris government when they did the job they were elected to do.

    As usual the real problem is in the mirror.

  2. Anonymous
    Posted June 17, 2009 at 3:49 pm | Permalink

    I wonder how long it will be before the OPP start arresting militia members.

  3. Troy Thomas
    Posted June 17, 2009 at 6:07 pm | Permalink

    Militia, eh? How long before there's some strange fruit, then?

  4. Anonymous
    Posted June 19, 2009 at 4:47 pm | Permalink

    Funny how the OPP get blamed for the weakness of their political masters (and of Canadians in general). Like the guy above noted, if the OPP enforced the law this exact same blog would be crying about the draconian cruelty to natives.

  5. Anonymous
    Posted June 19, 2009 at 11:23 pm | Permalink

    I realize this is terribly naive of me but aren't the police supposed to enforce the law independent of political interference? The legislature makes law. It's the responsibility of the police to enforce it and the courts to pass judgement. These are supposed to be functions that operate independently of one another.

    Just another sign of how our democratic society is sliding into totalitarianism. When the government, police and courts merge into one super-government just how different are we from Iran or North Korea.

    Don't say it can't happen here. It is happening here, in increments.

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