#IdleNoMore: How to destroy a movement

(An good series of articles by Rob over at Conspiracy HQ talking about how a good, positive movement, the Idle No More movement, seems to have been hijacked from within and marginalized by using self-defeating rhetoric which draws a line between them and the population at large. Sound like something going on here in the states? I did an interview with Rob last night on his podcast series. Was a lot of fun. Will be posting a link to it this afternoon.)

by Rob Daven, Conspiracy HQ

… The Harper Government has been trying to turn public opinion against the movement and it seems like he has been able to do so.

… Terms like “The Lease Is Up!” have been thrown in the face of non-aboriginal Canadians, making the rest of us feel quite offended at such a statement.   Some families (my own included) have been here for 5 or 6 generations, so when do we “count” as native dwellers of this land?

It was almost like they entered on cue.   Just as the Canadian majority was starting to support the #IdleNoMore movement, the Chiefs moved in and totally destroyed most popular sentiment from the Canadian populace.

[read the rest, here]

Aurora Massacre: American Everyman’s Interview on Rob Daven’s Jungle Apocalypse

by Scott Creighton



Hi all. I was fortunate enough to be asked to do an interview last night with Rob Daven from over at the Jungle Apocalypse podcast. Rob hosts Jungle Apocalypse and contributes to Conspiracy HQ as well as several other alternative news sites across the net. Rob interviewed Scott Groves (of Digital Treason) and I on the subject of the Aurora Massacre. We discussed the latest information to come out on the subject, various evidence and theories, and what we feel is the purpose behind it. I haven’t listened to it yet but it was a great talk and if you have a chance, have a listen. It’s Jungle Apocalypse’s 50th episode.