Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in Regina
A Wet’suwet’en hereditary chief says a planned meeting with federal ministers may be delayed after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s “unfortunate” comments on the rail blockades crippling Canada’s economy.
Trudeau said his government had done its best to end the rail blockades that have been held across the country for two weeks, but the responsibility now lies with Indigenous leaders and with police to seek a peaceful resolution.
He stopped short of ordering RCMP to move in and clear those blockades, while admitting those in Ontario are under the jurisdiction of the Ontario Provincial Police.
Where did you find those hilarious memes, Ron................I'm still laughing.
Predicament - a difficult, unpleasant, or embarrassing situation. Well, that certainly leaves the door wide open for any and all mayhem.
I'm sorry but can't they find any spokesperson able to succinctly state their case? I'm still trying to figure out exactly what '
including delaying our outright scuttling talks' means.
I read this,
“We can’t jump into this..." and immediately thought of Chief Louie's comment about 'Injun Time.'
“We will not have discussions under duress,” Then don't. Just remember you were given the chance and don't come whinging later that you were not listened to.
“We want this to be peaceful and in good faith.” Peaceful people don't hide behind masks...........and you really blew the 'good faith' part when you allowed.......no you encouraged the erection of blockades. Protest is one thing. What you have done is take that right and abuse it by illegally blocking vital rail lines.