Last week, an Ontario court ruled the insurgents in Caledonia can continue negotiations with the government while remaining on the disputed piece of land. One presumes they will continue to receive free hydro and water at taxpayer expense.
Six Nations protesters embroiled in a contentious land dispute in southwestern Ontario can continue the occupation indefinitely without being in contempt of court, the Ontario Court of Appeal ruled Thursday.Not so with private possessions. . . .
Since the beginning of the occupation, the province has been actively supporting and protecting the insurgents with money and property they had no right to redistribute to begin with . The OPP has served as an armed protection agency for the native protesters and the weasels in power in Ontario have spent over $55 million on the "resolution" of the dispute - despite Dalton McGuinty's insistence that such matters are a federal responsibility. It's now "public" land, but not all members of the public are welcome there.
A London realtor was arrested yesterday along with the organizer of a controversial rally at the site of the native occupation of a housing development near Caledonia.Communism is discriminatory.