Supreme Court’s Racist Hogwash Excuses Red Indian Criminals!

The Supreme Court of Canada has ruled that aboriginal background should be a paramount consideration when sentencing violent offenders who have breached long-term supervision orders.      

By ‘aboriginal,’ of course, they mean Red Indians, not those dark chaps from Australia.


In a 6-1 decision, the justices ruled on a pair of cases in which offenders on long-term supervision were sentenced after violating the terms of their orders. Both men had long, violent, criminal histories.

But Canada’s glorious judiciary believe in blind justice, blind to any sense of personal responsibility for crimes.

“To be clear, courts must take judicial notice of such matters as the history of colonialism, displacement and residential schools and how that history continues to translate into lower educational attainment, lower incomes, higher unemployment, higher rates of substance abuse and suicide and, of course, higher levels of incarceration for Aboriginal Peoples,” Justice Louis LeBel wrote for the majority.


Mr. Harper! Your top priority now must be clear legislation to pre-empt this racist hogwash.

The Notwithstanding Clause exists to deal with situations where courts run amok. This court needs impeached, but that is probably too complex and long-drawn-out a process, though a start should be made.

There is absolutely no excuse for savages, red, white, brown or black, who commit violent crimes against decent folk.

Like that demented vixen Collin in France, who tried to corral her students into a moment of silence for the shariah-freak who killed those children, these equally demented judges insult both the principles of justice and the victims of evil-doers, when they spout gibberish about ‘disadvantaged backgrounds.’

How many people do you know, and I ask this of every reader individually, who came from broken homes, inner-city slums, poverty and other wretched circumstances, yet went on to live decent lives and do honest jobs?

If there’s one can do it, then so can all the rest. It’s called self-discipline.