‘Destructive Vandals Get A Pass’

No charges are being laid in connection with the toppling of two statues of British monarchs last Canada Day at the Manitoba legislature grounds, according to police and the province.

{And no reason offered for this refusal to enforce the law because they’d have had to admit that it was RACE BASED LAW at work once again…}

Statue of Queen Elizabeth II at the provincial legislature in Winnipeg, July 2, 2021. (KELLY GERALDINE MALONE-Canadian Press)

“Police service spokesperson Const. Rob Carver told CBC News Tuesday morning that following an investigation into the incidents, a report was written and sent to Manitoba Justice.

“The Department of Justice ultimately had the final say, he said in an email. A provincial spokesperson confirmed Tuesday afternoon that no further action was being taken.

It has been determined after investigation that no charges will be laid in relation to the toppling of the statues or the organization of the protests at the legislative grounds“,

an email stated.

Statue of a seated Queen Victoria was originally unveiled in 1904 on the front lawn of the legislative grounds. (Darren Bernhardt-CBC)

A large statue of a seated Queen Victoria, originally unveiled in 1904 on the front lawn of the legislature grounds, facing Memorial Boulevard, was covered in orange and red handprints and then pulled from its pedestal by a crowd of people on July 1. The head was then cut off and tossed into the nearby Assiniboine River.

A smaller statue of Queen Elizabeth II, which stood near Government House at the southeast side of the legislative building, was also pushed over, landing face-down.

“The statues were toppled following an ‘Every Child Matters’ walk that afternoon, intended to coincide with Canada Day to protest the country’s former residential schools system and to draw attention to the thousands of ‘Indigenous’ {sic} children who died while attending the schools {Over a span of 120 years}.

{Canadian Aboriginals are ‘Indigenous’ to Mongolia and Siberia.}

“The walk followed the discovery of hundreds of unmarked graves at school sites in Kamloops in May and in Saskatchewan in June.

{Except that NO graves or bodies have been found!}

“A sign saying “We were children once. Bring them home” was left leaning on Queen Victoria’s pedestal after the statue crashed down.

“It’s not the first time the Queen Victoria monument was targeted during a rally. It was defaced in June 2020 as part of a wave of protests across Canada against statues commemorating ‘colonial’ figures.

“Queen Victoria, who reigned from June 1837 until her death in 1901, was the monarch as Canada became a country and negotiated treaties with ‘Indigenous’ people, and reigned as the federal government began its residential schools policy.

There has been no word on replacing the statue, which has been put into storage as part of its repair {See below}. In the days following the topplings, then premier Brian Pallister admonished those who took part in the incidents. He also said the monuments would be repaired and returned, though he said the locations of the statues could change based on consultation with ‘stakeholders’ {Who are…?}.

“Anyone involved in the tearing down of the statues would not have a voice in those discussions, said Pallister, who announced his resignation in August.

“Current Premier Heather Stefanson has not commented on the statues since taking office.”

–‘No charges for statue toppling at Manitoba legislature grounds last summer’,

Darren Bernhardt, CBC News, Feb. 08, 2022

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/statue-queens-toppled-manitoba-legislative-building-charges-1.6343962

While the statue was toppled in an area covered by many security cameras, no one was charged with causing the damage.”

A statue of Queen Victoria that was toppled and beheaded by protesters last year outside the Manitoba legislature is beyond repair and will not be restored.

It’s gone through a lengthy assessment process and is not repairable“,

Justice Minister Kelvin Goertzen said in an interview. Trying to replicate it is also out of the question, Goertzen said, because it would cost at least $500,000.

{So? That’s peanuts compared tp expenditures on Aboriginals…}

I know it will be disappointing to many people — it won’t be recast — but that’s the decision.”

{And this is from a so-called ‘Conservative’ politician…}

“The statue, a prominent monument on the front lawn of the legislature, was tied with ropes and hauled to the ground on Canada Day last year during a demonstration over the deaths of ‘Indigenous’ {sic} children at residential schools. It was covered with red paint. The head of the large statue was removed and found the next day in the nearby Assiniboine River.

While the statue was toppled in an area covered by many security cameras, no one was charged with causing the damage.

“A smaller statue, on a side lawn next to the lieutenant-governor’s house, was also toppled but suffered less damage. That one of Queen Elizabeth II is being repaired and will be put back in place, Goertzen said. Discussions with I’ndigenous’ groups are ongoing about what might replace the Queen Victoria statue, he added.

[So, after illegally destroying the statue, they now get to decide what replaces it??? This is simply rewarding criminality!}

“There is no word yet on what is to become of the broken Queen Victoria statue. In online discussion forums, some people have suggested the statue be installed in a museum as-is to commemorate last year’s protest.

“The decision to not restore or replicate the statue comes amid a public debate over how to mark Canada Day this year, at a time when the country is still coming to grips with the legacy of residential schools. Winnipeg is home to the highest concentration of ‘Indigenous’ people among major cities in Canada.

“Organizers of the city’s big annual Canada Day celebrations at The Forks — the downtown junction of the Red and Assiniboine rivers — have ‘renamed’ the event this year “A New Day“, cancelled fireworks and promised events that will be reflective as well as celebratory.

“That has led to accusations that organizers have cancelled Canada Day {!}, which they deny. Jenny Motkaluk, a candidate for the city’s mayoral election in October who finished second in the last race in 2018, blasted the decision and said she would go elsewhere because she loves the country unconditionally.

“Other mayoral candidates are supporting the renamed event and have said acknowledging the country’s history, including its flaws, is important.

“Wab Kinew, Manitoba’s {Aboriginal royalty} Opposition NDP leader, said there are ways to mark the holiday while acknowledging the wrongs.

“I think it could mean things like marking Canada Day, attending a Canada Day celebration, but wearing an orange shirt in honour of the (residential school) ‘survivors’,” {‘Survivors’ is the pejorative term for ‘former students’.}

Kinew said.

{It’s understandable that a child would be upset by having to trade in a favourite piece of clothing for a school uniform, but it was the same for all children — not just aboriginal — at religious schools. What isn’t understandable is that she would still be holding a grievance all these years later. This is where counselling comes in…

“‘Orange Shirt Day’ began in Williams Lake in 2013 and has since spread to schools across B.C. and Canada. ‘Orange Shirt Day’ (September 30th) is a day when we honour the ‘Indigenous’ {sic, ‘Aboriginal’} children who were sent away to residential schools in Canada and learn more about the history of those schools…

https://canadiansforlegalequality.wordpress.com/2020/09/30/creating-a-legend-the-orange-shirt/ }

I am a patriot {What a lie}, but I’m a patriot who is also the son of a residential school survivor, and my dad shared a bunk with a child who never came home from that residential school.

–‘Queen Victoria statue beheaded by protesters can’t be repaired, Manitoba government says’,

Steve Lambert, Canadian Press, June 22, 2022

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/queen-victoria-statue-not-repairable-manitoba-legislature-1.6498031

A statue of Queen Elizabeth II, located on the east side of the legislative grounds, was also toppled. (Marina von Stackelberg-CBC )

Meanwhile, the tearing down of the Queen’s statues by Aboriginal militants is being rewarded:

“With $500,000 from the province to help build the monument — which commemorates the Selkirk Treaty of 1817 — organizers are now able to launch a design competition.

Building this monument is a step in our journey to reconciliation“,

said ‘Indigenous’ {sic} Reconciliation and Northern Relations Minister Alan Lagimodiere, who two weeks ago faced heavy criticism for saying those who ran residential schools believed “they were doing the right thing {Which is true…}.

“The comments came 10 minutes after he was sworn in as the cabinet minister.

“Asked on Wednesday what efforts he has personally made to make amends and move forward with ‘Indigenous’ leaders, Lagimodiere said he is “on a listening and learning journey right now“, taking time to better understand the direction that ‘First Nations’ {‘Aboriginal communities’} are asking the government to head in. He said he has met with chiefs, councils and community members of various ‘First Nations’.

“He has participated in smudging ceremonies, toured former residential school sites and met with ‘survivors’ {sic} whose stories overwhelmed him, he said.

“The Selkirk Treaty was the first formal written agreement recognizing ‘Indigenous’ land rights in Western Canada.

{? It didn’t recognize “‘Indigenous’ land rights”; in fact, it terminated them for the lands in question! See:

‘Transcript of the Selkirk Treaty’

https://www.gov.mb.ca/chc/archives/_docs/hbca/spotlight/selkirk_treaty_transcript.pdf }

“It preceded the Numbered Treaties that followed. ‘Treaty 1’, which includes most of southern Manitoba, was signed 54 years later in 1871.

{TREATY 1: “The Chippewa and Swampy Cree Tribes of Indians and all other the Indians inhabiting the district hereinafter described and defined do hereby CEDE, RELEASE, SURRENDER and YIELD UP to Her Majesty the Queen and successors FOREVER ALL THE LANDS included within the following limits…
{There follows a lengthy description of the territory ceded, released, surrendered, etc.}
“To have and to hold the same to Her said Majesty the Queen and Her successors FOR EVER…”
https://www.rcaanc-cirnac.gc.ca/eng/1100100028664/1581294165927 }

“The 1817 document was signed north of the growing city of Winnipeg, between Thomas Douglas, the fifth earl of Selkirk and one of the owners of the Hudson’s Bay Company, and five ‘First Nations’ chiefs brought together by Peguis. Selkirk and his representatives had negotiated with chiefs for use by the Selkirk Settlers of the land along both sides of the Red and Assiniboine rivers in exchange for an annual payment or gift.

“The monument is intended to promote {one-way} ‘reconciliation’ between {so-called} ‘First Nations’ and non-‘Indigenous’ Manitobans, and remind all Manitobans of the historic spirit of sharing, co-operation and conciliation between Chief Peguis and allied chiefs and Lord Selkirk, says a news release from the province.

“It will feature a statue of Chief Peguis with inscriptions that pay tribute to all of the treaty’s signatory chiefs, acknowledge the violations of the treaty by settlers {While ignoring violations by Aboriginals}, and recognize {exaggerate} the contributions of ‘First Nations’ peoples in the founding, naming and development of Manitoba.

{A clear Aboriginal Treaty violation:

Manitoba: Another Illegal Blockade’ (Treaty 5) {September 4, 2016}:

“In the past, when tribes have illegally blockaded Manitoba roadways and Manitoba Hydro, the Province has not only NOT arrested the criminals, but has given in to the extortion. The result – of course – is yet another blockade…”

https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2016/09/04/manitoba-another-illegal-blockade/ }

“The exact spot for the monument has not yet been identified. The province said in a news release that it will be installed in “a prominent location” on the legislative grounds. Lagimodiere was asked about the potential for it to replace or be near the statue of Queen Victoria that was toppled and beheaded on Canada Day, the target of protesters angered by the discovery of what are believed to be {by Race activists} unmarked burial sites of hundreds of ‘Indigenous’ children at former residential schools.

“Lagimodiere said he would let the committee organizing the creation of the monument take the lead on that.

“Similarly, there is no timeline for when it will be completed and erected, he said…

“The push for the monument has been headed up by the Committee to Commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Peguis Selkirk Treaty, a volunteer group founded in 2016 with representation from more than 20 ‘Indigenous’ and non- Indigenous’ governments and organizations. It is responsible for soliciting design proposals and raising funds to cover costs associated with the design, construction and installation of the monument.

“It is also responsible for capital contributions to an endowment fund that will be used for future maintenance of the monument.”

–‘Design competition launches for Chief Peguis monument at Manitoba Legislature’,

Darren Bernhardt, CBC News, Aug. 04, 2021

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/chief-peguis-monument-manitoba-legislative-grounds-1.6129191

See also:

More Discriminatory Law Enforcement’ (Manitoba Leg.) {Sept.8, 2022}:

Another example of Race Based, two-tiered law enforcement:

It has now been more than a week since eviction notices were handed out at an encampment on the Manitoba Legislative grounds, but despite those warnings, some at that encampment say that so far they have no plans to pack up and leave.”

https://canadiansforlegalequalityblog.wordpress.com/2022/09/08/more-discriminatory-law-enforcement/

Aboriginals Lead Attack on Canada Day‘ (Winnipeg) {June 30, 2022}:

To me, the cancellation of Canada Day was a very divisive act. And I think that Canadians more than ever need to be looking to the things that unify us.”

The decision to rename ‘Canada Day’ celebrations in Winnipeg has divided people and comes at a time when cities across Canada are figuring out how to celebrate the anniversary of Confederation while respecting the process of {one-way} ‘reconciliation’.”

https://endracebasedlaw.ca/2022/06/30/aboriginals-lead-attack-on-canada-day/

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