Thursday, August 28, 2014

Yup. That's What This Is...

...all about:

Tom Mulcair vows aboriginal women inquiry within 100 days if NDP elected


Politicians at the trough wanting to be re-elected.

He has CBC in side, and the Native Women's Association of Canada.
"What would we learn that we don't already know?

"We need to see where we dropped the ball with these cases up until now," says Harvard.

In order to do that, as many as possible of the more than 1,000 documented cases of murdered and missing aboriginal women from the last 30 years should be explored, said Dawn Harvard, vice-president for the NWAC.

"In an ideal world I would say we should talk to all of the families, we should look at all of those women, because every one of those women was important and it was a tragic loss," she said. Families of the missing, police, child welfare authorities and others could all be called as potential witnesses, she said. Topics like sexism, racism and poverty would all be relevant to the discussion."
(Emphasis added.)
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"She hopes an inquiry would identify instances in which indigenous women were treated differently by the authorities."
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""It's that kind of thing that needs to come out and it's that kind of thing that will not come out if we don't have that legal clout to gain access to files, to essentially force people to come forward if they are subpoenaed and testify and discuss what happened in a number of these cases where it was obvious that our women were being treated differently.""
Nothing but a bitch fest for the left and the Indian Industry.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Canuck Guy said...

I can save them millions of dollars that an inquiry would cost by sending a free simple one page report of the contributing causes: drunkenness, drugs, alcohol fetal syndrome, dysfunctional welfare system, dysfunctional tribal system, reservations, idiotic federal government kowtowing to the Indian industry. I can go on but you get my drift.

August 28, 2014 12:18 pm  

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