March 12, 2019

EXCLUSIVE: Guard claims corruption, assault, race-based treatment inside Ontario's “politically correct" prisons

David MenziesMission Specialist

Presumably, when someone is convicted of committing a serious crime, that person will be incarcerated because with crime, comes punishment, but also for the protection of society.

But what is prison life really like?

For corrections officers who must deal with prisoners on a daily basis, this is a job increasingly fraught with danger.

Not only is physical assault commonplace, but management seems more concerned about the well-being of the prisoners rather than the guards.

At least, these are the allegations of a corrections officer currently working at an Ontario prison who recently reached out to The Rebel to tell his story.

We’ve disguised his identity so that he doesn’t lose his job for speaking out, but just wait until you hear his story.

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commented 2019-03-14 12:01:13 -0400
This is from the Qs and As on the Corrections Canada hireing info page…

If you have a criminal record, you can apply for a record suspension (formerly known as a pardon) with the Parole Board of Canada. A record suspension allows people who were convicted of a criminal offence, but have completed their sentence and demonstrated they are law-abiding citizens for a prescribed number of years, to have their criminal record kept separate and apart from other criminal records.

Under the Criminal Records Act, the Parole Board of Canada may order, deny, or revoke record suspensions for convictions under federal acts or regulations. For more information, refer to the Parole Board of Canada.
commented 2019-03-14 11:34:37 -0400 · Flag
WOW! That’s a new one on me!
Although it shows a certain common sense to employ ‘experienced’ consultants regarding administrative policy, I’m fairly certain Canada is NOT one of those jurisdictions!
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Actually I made the short list for hiring as a turnkey at the Hamilton Peel lockup in the early 1970s and the fact that I was incarcerated for posession of canabis resin counted as brownie points…another job at better pay came up before an opening in the roster did.
commented 2019-03-13 18:55:20 -0400
GLENN CRAIG commented 6 hours ago
HAROLD HOFF…The death penalty failed to deter the theft of cows, horses and sheep. Penalty is not deterence…the increased likelihood of being caught is the deterence…”

Actually Glen, the cattle rustlers and horse thieves who were caught DID NOT steal any more cows or horses, ever. It may not be understandable to those who have not owned cows and horses, but out in the wilds, a quiet lynching for livestock theft was/is justice!
The general rule of thumb for rural/bush folks to deal with varmints, in these modern times – out of necessity – is the three S’s.
And yes you are correct, punishment does not act as a deterrent…mostly…and getting caught and being in state-captivity is much more of a deterrent – to criminals. Any body who has ever been put in handcuffs by an employee of the state knows that!
I think that only violent criminals should be locked up in a cage with other savages, the rest, rehabilitation may work for some, but the criminal mind – aside from idiots and losers – is a broken vessel of the human consciousness and may not be redeemable. What is really behind the sky-high recidivism rates in any Western country?
There are some ‘people’ on this planet, and some dead ones, I think I would have no trouble banishing to eternity – upside down – in an oubliette…but I have to ask myself, could I actually put them in there?
“…In many jurisdictions having served time is a required qualification or positive reccomendation when applying for a job as a turnkey…”,
WOW! That’s a new one on me!
Although it shows a certain common sense to employ ‘experienced’ consultants regarding administrative policy, I’m fairly certain Canada is NOT one of those jurisdictions!
commented 2019-03-13 12:26:38 -0400
Also for those not familiar with sentencing and remissions:

For provincial prisons the maximum sentence is two years less one day. Any sentence of two years or more is served in a federal institution and is subject to remission.

One third of your sentence is automatically “statutory remission”..another third can also be remitted as an incentive for good behavior in prison…so a sentence of two years becomes eight months…that’s right “two years less one day” is a much meaner sentence especially considering the difference in conditions of provincial institutions compared to federal.

Institutions are graded as Maximum Medium or Minimum security based on the behaviour and escape risk of the inmate…not everybody gets trussed up like Hannibal Lechter…no matter how bad some people would like to do that to me over politically incorrigible things I say.
commented 2019-03-13 11:58:27 -0400
Just BTW…all of the office furniture and cubicle dividers in federal (and most provincial) offices in Canada is manufactured by CORCAN (Corrections Canada). They also do custom orders for non government contracts.
commented 2019-03-13 11:53:51 -0400 · Flag
HAROLD HOFF…The death penalty failed to deter the theft of cows, horses and sheep. Penalty is not deterence…the increased likelihood of being caught is the deterence.

Many of the most violent and dangerous criminals in history were people who went to prison for relatively minor things and the abuse that was inflicted on them there filled them with a resolve to never be taken alive again.

In many jurisdictions having served time is a required qualification or positive reccomendation when applying for a job as a turnkey.

I find it strange that the same group of people who showed so much compassion for Tommy Robinson and his treatment while incarcerated could be OK with the throw him down an oubliette approach.
commented 2019-03-13 10:47:15 -0400
Dan Mancuso
Thank you. I have to say I am not the least surprised by any of it and it sure helps to further explain why canada no longer is a sovereign, safe, free, democratic nation but rather a border-less, lawless, leaderless, terrorist/criminal/corrupt third world SEWER!
We can all thank the trudeau clan along with liberalism, political correctness, anti white ideology and ourselves for allowing this.
sadly it is TOO LATE TO BE BOTHERED FIGHTING IT NOW AS IT IS A DONE DEAL WITH THE BIGGEST , MOST CORRUPT, PATHOLOGICAL LYING, THIEVING, TERRORIST SUPPORTING, TREASONOUS, MENTALLY ILL, NARCISSISTIC, RACIST NAZI EVER TO SIT IN OFFICE!
In short, Canada is DONE and so are what is left of we white canuks!
commented 2019-03-12 23:30:28 -0400
HAROLD HOFF commented 1 hour ago
@ DAN MANCUSO
Right on. I approach this empirically, but your anecdotal observations completely support what the evidence suggests …Cheers
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Thank you sir, but that is merely the due diligence of a citizen…who practices participatory democracy…being that I’m one of those nasty nationalists the left decries…
commented 2019-03-12 22:29:32 -0400
@ DAN MANCUSO
Right on. I approach this empirically, but your anecdotal observations completely support what the evidence suggests …Cheers
commented 2019-03-12 22:24:12 -0400
This falls squarely in my area of expertise. So, while I could give a 3 hour dissertation on this, I’ll spare you by raising a few points.

The Dennis-Hall Commission (1968) looked to turn incarceration from being punitive to being rehabilitative. Great theory, but does not work in practice.

1) Canada’s per-capita violent crime rate rose from 200/100,000 in 1962 (1st year of records) to a peak of 1,100 in 1993 – UP 550% and has subsided somewhat to 1,000, still UP 500% in recent years before starting to turn up again.

2) Imprisonment is only 30% effective, with a 70% re-offend rate (within 5 years). Compare this to corporal punishment with an 18% recidivism rate (82% effective over 6.3 years). It was removed for ideological reasons, not reasons of utility. Unpleasant? Yes. But that’s how deterrents work, and if they’re not sufficiently unpleasant, they don’t deter… (not calling fro reinstitution of the strap as punishment for a crime but illustrating factual outcomes).

3) Do prisons rehabilitate? That is not their purpose. Stiff sentences are, and never have been, to adjust behaviour in those who experience them (the recidivism rate of 70% proves this). So what are sentences designed for? They are designed for you and me, the deterrent effect of these sentences is to keep the 98% of the rest of us from engaging in the behaviours that would put us there. In short, “The return does not justify the risk”. THAT is why harsh prison sentences exist.

4) The move towards “no physical contact” is beyond stupidity, and no wonder that the lunatics will run the asylum. IF you signal there is no push-back to people who ONLY respond to that method, what does one expect will happen? Exactly
commented 2019-03-12 21:00:00 -0400
The biggest problem in Canada’s corrections system, are the embedded Liberals in the bureaucracy, and all across the government, including the CRTC along with Corrections Canada. They’re all cultural Marxists, Globalists, wrist-slapping, hug-a-thug-justice liberal haters of Canada and the West, haters of white males, heterosexuals and Christians – Pinkos all! They are Backwardslanders…from Backwardsland.
The lefty policy wonks in the bureaucracy at Corrections Canada, sitting snugly in their plush taxpayer-funded offices don’t have a clue that most prisoners are in prison because they are f**king savages! And that you don’t treat savages with kid gloves!
You send those trough-snuffling, policy-making liberals into general population to coddle and cure their charges…and in less than 5 minutes reality strikes and they’ll be out demanding truncheons, body armour, CS gas, water cannon, live rounds!
These are the same evil retard lefties who get rid of effective policing techniques like carding and effective, non-lethal capture and restraint systems and techniques in large urban centers, take lawful citizens guns away, and support other retard/fascists like Jihadi-Justin-Groper and the Liberals and their irrational and delusional ‘policies’…these guys believe what they see, hear and read in the Fake News Media Party…Basically, they’re nuts. And yes, liberalism is a mental disorder.
Prove it isn’t lefty!

Ten years ago, or more, I was working as a contractor in a Maximum Security prison in BC, in the mornings we all assembled at the trailer in the parking lot which was the Works Canada office, who were our escorts in the prison, before we went through the elaborate security procedure to gain entrance to the prison.
One morning we all had opportunity to see the memo that had gone around to both Works Canada and Corrections Canada, recruiting for prison guards.
It said right in the memo, to paraphrase, NO WHITE MALES NEED APPLY!
I saw it with my own eyes!
Then there was the Richmond, BC Fire Department who was attacked by radical feminists and those embedded Liberals I mentioned, and that Want Ad for firemen, oops, firepeoplekind or whatever…back in the 90’s (I think, I haven’t been able to find it on the internet for years now) the ad that was in, at the least, the Vancouver Sun that also said, to paraphrase, NO WHITE MALES NEED APPLY!
That’s the policy now and that’s been the policy for a while in Canada – despite the so-called Charter and all of Pierre’s BS…
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What kind of gauche savage orders fries with a surf and turf…
commented 2019-03-12 19:14:10 -0400
The last manager I had before retiring had previously been a manager at Corrections Canada…..what he told me would give you an even better expose on the corruption and abuses of turnkeys who work there.

You may take the attitude that those who go to prison should be thrown down an oubliette….think for a minute about the nature and character of those who choose to be turnkeys….and watch Stephen King’s movies the Green Mile and The Shawshank Redemption if you think their shit doesn’t stink.