The scandals of Chief Theresa Spence and Attawapiskat
I normally don’t share political video’s etc on Facebook or other social media sites. I do feel that this newscast is more accurate than what has been portrayed by other news media. As a society in general we tend to bury our heads in the sand and for most part are too afraid to speak out in fear of the consequences.
I want to say right up front that I am not raciest nor am I prejudice … I believe in fairness and equality for all ….. I don’t believe in special privileges or rights based on race, religion, gender, or politics.
I do believe that as a society in general we need to look at all the facts presented and not jump on band wagons because everyone else does. “IdleNoMore” movement has good points to it (and some bad points), but there is a lot of misinformation as well. It has brought to the forefront (again) the divisions within our own country that need to be addressed.
“Ezra Levant reveals some shocking facts about Chief Theresa Spence and Attawapiskat that other media outlets won’t talk about.”
Yes, there are leaking roofs, yes, the conditions on Attawapiskat are terrible (and other reserves share those conditions) and we as a society are not denying this although many turn a blind eye to the other side of the issues. And the average native american is paying the price of these conditions. It is their voices that need to be heard. Many are too afraid to speak out and pay a price when they do.
Watch the video, do your due diligence — The corruption taking place is not all within the Canadian Government, nor is it the general populace on the reserves themselves, but within the band councils, chiefs, and governing bodies on the reserves within the structure of the reserves.
Ask yourself : where is the money? where is the accountability? -what can be done about? and how much longer do we as a society turn a blind eye?