Slavery has existed on every continent, and still does throughout Arabia, and much of Africa and Asia. There was slavery amongst Indian tribes in Canada, too. But slavery was abolished in the U.S. in 1833.
Canada was a refuge for blacks. Nova Scotia was the destination of the underground railway.
Fast-forward to 2016. Kale Leonard Gabriel has been convicted of second-degree murder of Ryan Matthew White.
But Gabriel’s white lawyer says Gabriel should get a lower sentence because he’s black, that his client’s African-Nova Scotian roots played a role in the murder.
And I bet the white judge accepts it.
This is racism, not justice. It treats black victims of black crime as second-class.
We’ve seen this in the Aboriginal community — where a similar race-based get-out-of-jail-free card has been enshrined in law. Aboriginal men who are let out easy by the liberal white justice system, go right back into the communities again and again until they final murder someone. That’s what the statistics show.
And now we want to apply that to blacks in Nova Scotia?
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