‘Judge Validates Aboriginal Racism’

“A Calgary ‘indigenous’ woman who knocked out a Caucasian woman’s tooth while yelling “I hate white people”, didn’t commit a racially motivated crime, a judge says.

“Provincial court Judge Harry Van Harten, in a written decision,
said Tamara Crowchief’s motivation for striking Lydia White was not related to racial bias.

“The offender said, ‘I hate white people’ and threw a punch {!},” Van Harten said in his ruling. “There is no evidence either way about what the offender meant {?} or whether . . . she holds or promotes an ideology which would explain why this assault was aimed at this victim,” he said.

“I am not satisfied beyond a reasonable doubt that this offence was, even in part {!}, motivated by racial bias.” {Unbelievable…}

“White was outside ‘Jaimieson’s pub…with a friend when an acquaintance of Crowchief’s approached and asked for, and was given, a cigarette.

“As White and her male friend spoke to that woman, Crowchief approached and, without warning, yelled “I hate white people” and punched her in the face, knocking out a tooth.

“Crowchief and the woman then walked away, but White and her friend followed and called police, who arrived a short time later and arrested the offender.

During her arrest, Crowchief told police

the white man was out to get her.”

“Crown prosecutor Karuna Ramakrishnan, who had sought a sentence of 12 to 15 months, argued Crowchief’s unprovoked attack last Nov. 1, amounted to a hate crime.

“But Van Harten agreed with defence counsel Adriano Iovinelli that there was insufficient evidence to establish Crowchief attacked White because of the colour of her skin.

“Van Harten said unlike offenders in several cases cited by Ramakrishnan, there was no suggestion Crowchief was associated with any group that promoted hatred toward a specific race {What are you talking about? Have you not been hearing aboriginal racialists at all? The aboriginal agenda — and leadership — has most certainly promoted anti-‘settler’, anti-’white’ hatred…}.

“In her victim-impact statement, White said she still doesn’t comprehend what motivated her assailant.

“I still get angry when I think about it,” she said. “I don’t understand why this woman did this. I never did anything to her. Never even spoke to her.”

“Van Harten agreed with Iovinelli the more than six months Crowchief had spent behind bars, which he equated to a 9 1/2-month sentence, was sufficient jail time for Crowchief.

“He placed the city woman on 12-months probation and ordered her to get psychological and psychiatric counselling, as well as counselling for substance abuse.

“She must also abstain from consuming intoxicating substances and is prohibited from going to any business whose principal sale is alcohol.”

–‘Indigenous woman yells ‘I hate white people’ before punching white woman, but it’s not a hate crime judge rules’,

“‘StatsCan’, which collects hate crime data from the country’s police services, defines a hate crime as “a criminal offence committed against a person or property, where there is evidence that the offence was motivated by hate” based on race, ethnicity, religion, gender, sexual orientation or other protected classes.

“These crimes come in a variety of forms, with approximately 60% of reported hate crimes in Canada being non-violent crimes such as mischief or public incitement of hatred, while the remaining hate crimes are violent, which include offenses like assault, uttering threats, and criminal harassment.”


Tamara Crowchief (Facebook)Why, here she is again, back in 2013:

“A Calgary woman has been given a 30-day jail term after she called another woman a rat, then punched her in the face at a downtown ‘McDonald’s’ restaurant two months ago.

“Provincial court Judge Catherine Skene imposed the sentence Friday on Tamara Crowchief, 23, who pleaded guilty to the March 24 assault on Tania Gaulin, a key Crown witness in an ongoing first-degree murder trial…”

–‘Woman jailed after assault on key witness in murder trial’,


Tamara Crowchief Facebook cover photo
Tamara Crowchief Facebook cover photo

“yeah go fuck yourself lifes life if your weak then youll never live BITCH”

–Tamara Crowchief, Facebook post, September 24, 2013

And here’s a big ‘surprise’ — the judge in this story not only supports ‘aboriginal restorative justice’ and the ‘Truth’ and {One-sided} Reconciliation Commission’ but gives talks on implementing and expanding it. Does anyone remember the days when Canadian judges enforced Canadian law, and were supposed to be impartial in doing so?

“Harry van Harten spoke from his experience as a provincial judge in Alberta. He noted that the concerns of the other two panelists, ‘restorative justice’ and the ‘Truth and Reconciliation Commission’, were at the forefront of concerns in all courts, particularly provincial courts such his own. He also discussed the rise of {segregated} ‘alternative courts’ and new sentencing guidelines that have arisen over the past two decades and the thinking behind them. Van Harten noted three concerns for the future of the practice of ‘justice’: lack of awareness by citizens as to how the judicial system actually works, the “crime industry’s” inherent resistance to structural change, and a general resistance to putting in the time and energy necessary for ‘restorative justice’ initiatives.”
{What about the biggest problem of all – the politicization of our judiciary?}

“Consider the decision this week in Calgary by provincial court Judge Harry Van Harten, who ruled that native woman Tamara Crowchief was not, “even in part, motivated by racial bias” when she punched a random white woman on a sidewalk while yelling, “I hate white people” and later telling arresting officers “the white man was out to get her.”

“Citing I’m not sure what legal principle or rationale, the judge said the attack wasn’t a hate crime, as the Crown alleged, in part because Crowchief wasn’t a member of a group that promoted racial hatred. Can anyone imagine that a white person punching an aboriginal stranger while yelling, “I hate native people” would not be convicted of a hate crime?

“Judges, rightfully, punish those who show contempt of court. But aren’t they showing contempt of Parliament when they worm around the clear intent of the law? Along with the vote, the rule of law is a key pillar upon which our civilization is built. Judges who disrespect laws or apply them inconsistently set a lousy example for citizens.”

–‘Judges should stop side-stepping the will of Parliament’,
Gordon Clark, Vancouver Province, July 7, 2016


race_cardThe ‘Washington Post’ version of the story justifies and rationalizes her racist behaviour – just as American so-called ‘liberals’ continually justify  racism from ‘people of color’. However, the ‘Comments’ section balances it out, just like it used to on CBC posts, before the censorship:

‘Yelling ‘I hate white people’ and punching one isn’t a hate crime, Canadian judge rules’:
COMMENT: “Leave it to WaPo to take a story about an unwarranted physical attack by a non-white and turn it into an expose about how guilty whitey is.”
“Isn’t punching a white person while you say ‘I hate white people’ pretty good evidence? Or does she have to have cited publications, too?”
“If the judge thought she’d been in jail too long, he could have said it was a hate crime but he was recommending AA or something like that. All he did was compound the problem and make himself a laughing stock. He didn’t do much for Canada, either.”
“If we didn’t have double-standards, we’d have no standards at all.”
“Well, one thing is for sure—you sure ain’t equal if you can’t even be treated as an equal for purposes of being a racist…”
“This is the most condescending and infantilizing thing a judge could do toward a group, to tell them they are incapable of actual hate, as if they were a lower species or something.”
“The condescending racism of the modern left is as bad as the traditional, vitriolic racism of the right and more insidious, and perhaps more dangerous, because it’s socially acceptable, even encouraged by official policies such as race-based affirmative action and so-called “hate crime” legislation”.
“As a minority American (Chinese), I have only experienced racism in the US from other minorities. The only place I have personally experienced racism from a white person was in Europe.”
“As a Canadian and a Calgarian, this is quite embarrassing. Double standard with two sugar, please.”
“The US government has basically the same policy concerning hate crimes. Take a look at Eric Holder’s testimony before congress and how he weasels around and when cornered finally says that federal hate crime law is only designed to protect ‘traditional’ victims. Clearly the concept of equal protection under the law does not apply any more.”
“Of course it was a racist hate crime. It is the very definition of a racist hate crime. If this isn’t a racist hate crime, what is?”
“Picking out your victim because of race is a hate crime.”
“Canada joins the list of Western nations committing cultural suicide.”

“Everyone knows that ‘whites’ are, as a race, racists and that it’s racist to claim that people with white skin aren’t racists, or that anyone with a skin-color other than ‘white’ is racist, regardless of how racist they may act.”
“A hate crime occurs when someone is targeted because of a particular characteristic (such as gay-bashing, in which being gay is proven to be the main motive for the crime). Here, being a white person appears to have been the main reason for the assault (the attacker wanted to punish any white person for being white). If this ruling stands, we are saying that white people don’t deserve the same rights that everyone else enjoys, which is PC garbage. All lives matter and anyone who believes otherwise is truly a bigot.”
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