Harper Valley: Beyond Disturbing

My good friend and ‘sister’ Scout, over at her Harper Valley blog, has posted something that is truly ‘beyond disturbing’, and people in that region — and indeed all Canadians must be made aware of it. It certainly seems that the government is weapons testing in Ontario — perhaps even nuclear weapons — on First Nations inhabited land. Non-natives who reside nearby, or have retreats in the area should also be very concerned.

Now I wonder where else on our Canadian soil this kind of covert, dangerous testing is going on??

http://harpervalley.wordpress.com/2007/07/11/beyond-distrubing/

THIS IS OF UTMOST IMPORTANCE TO READ …IT’S BEYOND DISTURBING AND LOOKS LIKE CANADA IS WEAPONS TESTING , POSSIBLY NUCLEAR, IN ONTARIO ON FIRST NATION TERRITORIES….THIS AFFECTS US ALL:

“MANHATTAN PROJECT” AT SHARBOT LAKE

MNN. July 9, 2007. It’s becoming more and more apparent that we are being used as “guinea pigs” for research and experimentation by government funded mad scientists from around the world. Remember “agent orange”, “LSD”, ammunition testing at Sarcee and Ipperwash? You’d think people would know better by now and be decent. No way, Jose! It’s vicious disgusting and as slimy as a crude oil slick floating on a lake full of dead fish. Canada thinks we are expendable. They carry out psychological and physical testing of weaponry on our lands. They sit back and stare at us through binoculars and microcopes to see how we are going to react.

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2 Responses to Harper Valley: Beyond Disturbing

  1. Paul York says:

    Sara Dover, a lawyer who works with Greenpeace, recently stated in a public meeting that the government (provincial, federal?) has signed contracts with some native leaders to dump radioactive waste on reverse lands. If so, this is very very ethically wrong, and should be protested and prohibited. There is no way the government can guarantee the safety of current or future inhabitants for thousands of years. This waste could easily poison the water and ecosystems of those communities. There is no amount of money that is worth that risk. It is criminally negligent for the government to do this, on top of all the other injustices that natives have suffered these past centuries.

  2. verbena19 says:

    Paul, I can’t see traditional native leaders signing such contracts. But some of the non-elected, government appointed, band council leaders may have been duped into it… I don’t know… In any case, our governments should not engage in practices poison people and land … Indeed, “it is criminally negligent for the government to do this, on top of all the other injustices that natives have suffered these past centuries”… And yes, it should definitely be protested. Anyone who thinks that it is only a ‘native issue’ is a moron. When poison seeps into water and soil in native communities, it spreads, eventually contaminating everything else.

    Future generations will surely condemn our actions, if they will not be too ill or maimed to do so…

    btw, I’ll let you know about that other matter as soon as I hear anything back. If you get some news first, please forward it to me, ok? Thanks! Peace, annamarie

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