First Nations in Canada should address Canadians
January 24, 2012 · By Charles Anthony
I had to chuckle when I read the recent complaints and threats from the native chiefs:
The prime minister’s decision to leave the meeting early wasn’t sitting well with some chiefs.
“We’re like a bunch of puppies – he says jump, and we’ve got to do it,” said Regional Chief of Alberta, George Stanley.
If they do not want to be treated like puppies, the chiefs should not be wheeling and dealing with statesmen.
If there was any merit to their complaints or demands, the native chiefs would present themselves like honorable men: publicly and openly addressing the Canadian people.
Native uprising? That will be the day.
“The world is watching.”
No, they are not.
“In today’s world that response will be more instantaneous.”
No, it will not.
My suggestion to the natives is to start their own media blitz.