January 27, 2016

Tragic shooting in La Loche will trigger grief -- and political agendas

Brian LilleyArchive

The shooting in La Loche Saskatchewan that claimed 4 lives, was a tragedy but unfortunately, far too often political agendas will creep into the story of a grieving community. 

Politicians of all stripes will weigh in with what needs to be done so things like this will never happen again, but the sad reality is that no one can ensure that such a thing will never happen again.

While it’s clear that La Loche is a community that suffers many social ills, it defies common sense to think that building a community centre or a road, would have stopped this tragedy from happening.


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commented 2016-01-28 20:11:51 -0500
Dear farmers and hunters who think black rifles are evil, don’t think that the Liberals can’t find an excuse to ban your guns. This kid apparently used a pump action shotgun to shoot up his home and school. Before that, Zehaf-Bibeau shot up Parliament with a .30-30 lever action. It’s a cowboy gun straight out of the 19th century. Not exactly Rambo type equipment.
Please view this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V3lNPT4kNxA
and please sign this petition to make the AR-15 non-restricted: https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-111
Here is a link to a petition poster courtesy of Rod Giltaca et al at the CCFR: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B96x_XNGpWkHbXd1VWlEMVJkYkU

If you’re in Quebec, another petition you should check out is here: https://www.assnat.qc.ca/en/exprimez-votre-opinion/petition/Petition-5715/index.html

Another petition the folks at CCFR are working on is to add property rights into the Charter: https://petitions.parl.gc.ca/en/Petition/Details?Petition=e-124
commented 2016-01-28 03:41:21 -0500
Well if u hate guns , u hate actually freedom, “Presence of a gun keeps the other( gun )in the holster”
commented 2016-01-28 02:58:35 -0500
Brian, this is one of your best videos. There is so much truth in this video, that nobody else wants to bring up.
commented 2016-01-27 19:17:23 -0500
Gun owning law abiding citizens present absolutely no threat to other law abiding citizens… gun free zones are targets for criminals and other sub humans who wish to do harm on innocent people Because they know there is nobody there to stop them and the authorities usually only arrive after the fact to take bodies away and to take statements from survivors.
I don’t think there was ever a time in history where murderers and thieves bothered to take the time to obtain a gun permit before going on their murderous rampages.. unarmed citizens are targets and resources for the criminal element who would do them wrong. The statistics are out there for every country who practices gun control… Either the crime rate goes straight up and through the roof because only the criminals have guns or the country evolves into a armed dictatorship who through violence and aggression subvert the people… the lessons of gun control should be represented by cold hard facts that speak for themselves in a positive light and not based on knee-jerk reactions or crying emotions that have no place in objective and critical thinking.
If gun control worked then police would not ever need to be armed.. Taking guns away from law-abiding citizens does not take guns away from criminals or do anything to help us it only leaves us defenseless to protect ourselves from a threatening element.
Switzerland has an automatic military style tactical rifle Tucked away with ammunition in almost each and every household… Nobody bothers to mention that it has one of the lowest violent crime rates in the world.. And they as law abiding gun owners don’t run around shooting each other up…
commented 2016-01-27 18:49:47 -0500
Sean Pension: While your at it we should demand an apology and reparation from the Vikings for their conquests or how about the Bolsheviks now that Putin is acknowledging their wrong doings. Seriously dude all cultures including the Native Americans don’t have clean hands. Just not sure why you want to single out one culture for bearing the guilt of all mankind but if you want set up a fund by all means knock yourself out.
commented 2016-01-27 18:34:10 -0500
Sean Penson, first, why don’t you tell the descendants of the Iroquois to pay trillions to the remaining descendants of the Huron, who they virtually wiped out. That I would pay to see you tell them that to their faces. Their war virtually wiped out a nation.
commented 2016-01-27 18:30:57 -0500
Oh GOOD ! Another shooting, so the Liberals can start blaming innocent gun owners again for every crime they didn’t even commit. Easier to blame the victims and the innocent rather than to hold the real criminals responsible for these shootings. “It not the firearm but the shooter” Gun control measures never work anyways don’t the left-wing understand that?
commented 2016-01-27 17:52:05 -0500
“Not enough is being done or being spent. Whites owe First Nations trillions of dollars for reparations for all the stollen lands and damaged cultures.” Really? And just who exactly do you think will lend us these trillions you imagine are “owed”. And how can we possibly know that this money will be spent on actually “doing” something? Instead of on lavish homes for the 1%. The progressives are removing all accountability from the system. The little “First Nations” people live in abysmal conditions while the unaccountable big chiefs live like rock stars. Yeah, throwing more money at this with zero accountability or oversight is really going to get results.
commented 2016-01-27 17:44:21 -0500
“Not enough is being done or being spent. Whites owe First Nations trillions of dollars for reparations for all the stollen lands and damaged cultures.” And who exactly are we gonna borrow these imaginary trillions from?
commented 2016-01-27 17:18:38 -0500
One thing to remember for when National Socialists promote strengthening the gun laws is that Indians, Metis, Inu, and Inuit are excused from these laws, which are considered an infringement upon their right to cultural heritage. So the tragedy would still have happened. The best solution is as Mr. Liley lightly alluded to, promoting self worth through job access and property ownership.

Other note, start stocking ammunition before the budget comes down. My bet is there will be a significant tax on ammunition, both to attack firearm owners and to raise money.
commented 2016-01-27 17:17:50 -0500
Not enough is being done or being spent. Whites owe First Nations trillions of dollars for reparations for all the stollen lands and damaged cultures
commented 2016-01-27 16:21:56 -0500
Your quite right Brian, tragedies and agendas go hand in hand and I do think that applies to both sides of the political spectrum. I would like Minister Bennett confronted with the “shortfalls” being identified in La Loche as contributing factors (road, teen/community centers, new school, etc) and her decision to abandon the FNFTA! Indian bands make quite a lot of noise about being “nations” and having “autonomous governance” even while sucking Canadian taxpayers dry (only a Liberal can understand the oxymoron) yet every time an inevitable tragedy in a welfare ghetto rampant with abuse, makes the headlines, their “leadership” come crying with their hands out to provincial and federal govts (of that oppressive other nation = Canada)!! Without the FNFTA how can anyone – especially the residences of La Loche – know whether their resources already provided are being directed toward community needs and not abused by their elitist ruling class? On CTV News the interim mayor was actually calling for the existing school to be torn down and rebuilt because there would be negative feelings! Where else – anywhere – does a community bldg get torn down over feelings? But its federal taxpayer dollars on a reserve so who cares, right? How is this costly abuse over feelings going to address the needs of the community? It is ridiculous to the extreme!
commented 2016-01-27 16:18:15 -0500
The commonality in ALL school mass shootings is that the shooters felt bullied and marginalized…..including Marc Lepine.

Perhaps a national federally funded residential school that would remove them from a situation like this and provide them with a better environment for learnung might be the answer….perhaps not….but it is obvious the schools simply do not know how to deal with bullying…..they never did really….they just protected thlely from retribution…until they couldn’t anymore.
commented 2016-01-27 15:12:10 -0500
I am sure, a million dollars, and a new coat of paint on the school. and this story will go away.
Is it right? No, but nobody will be looking at how the town/band spends it’s money on social/economic problems, because that is politically incorrect.
commented 2016-01-27 14:56:56 -0500
Teflon Ralph looks a bit worried.
commented 2016-01-27 14:52:40 -0500
Uh, oh! Another round of “We must regulate the law abiding gun owners so we can stop crime!” crowd crowing from their soap boxes.

What goes through the tiny minds of the anti-gun crowd … “It is only obvious that if you apply another round of laws and regulations to law abiding gun owners, gun crime will go down!”
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