June 28, 2015

This Fort McMurray Metis leader has a message for Hollywood environmentalists: "Stop it"

Ezra LevantRebel Commander

I spoke to Fort McMurray Metis leader Mike Desrocher about the progressive activists who parachute into his town, badmouth the oil industry, and jet out.

He's not impressed by what he sees as the oil industry's tokenism, such as their financial support of aboriginal cultural events.

That said, Desrocher also has a message for those "green" celebrity do-gooders like Leonardo DiCaprio, Neil Young and Jane Fonda...

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commented 2015-06-29 19:51:06 -0400
I wish an ad for the Hollywood cronies about this issue would be sent and aired on TV in the USA. This is so encouraging to hear.
commented 2015-06-29 12:50:07 -0400
Love his statement: “We can speak for ourselves!”
commented 2015-06-28 22:49:49 -0400
Don’t worry Ezra. Fort Mcmurray usually has warmer temperatures than Edmonton
commented 2015-06-28 20:10:11 -0400
A plug for assimilation? Wow… Did you ever blow his words out of proportion. You ARE aware that the Meti and other Indian bands pretty much have to assimilate to white culture in one form or another, no matter how small the blending is? And not every North American tribe is willing to put the rituals together just for the sake of the MSM. Many do, but not for the exact “look at us” stance you may believe.
commented 2015-06-28 13:04:49 -0400
“…as we amalgamate into society…”
Hey! That sounds like a plug for assimilation to me! And coming from an aboriginal guy too!
Where’s old what’s-his-name when you need him? You know, the “it’s-all-about-assimilation” guy who said he was never coming back? ;)

I also like what he sad about the Hollywood Indian ceremony that seems to erupt every time there’s a CBC camera crew in the area. Hard to believe that every North American tribe pulled out eagle feathers, drums, and sweet grass and prayed to the same Great Spirit. Years ago I asked a Mohawk fellow I worked with if there was any difference between a Mohawk dance and a Blackfoot dance. With just a hint of a grin he said, “Sure. This side of Manitoba we all dance clockwise – out there, they go the other way”.
commented 2015-06-28 11:42:03 -0400
Ezra, you have provided a good look into the regular everyday common people of Ft. McMurray, a view that is never seen on the main stream leftist propaganda networks. Thank you!