Facts about murdered, missing Aboriginal women contradict “racism” narrative

The issue of murdered and missing Aboriginal women is being used to beat up on Canada and accuse the rest of us of racism.

The RCMP report shows that 90% of these homicides are solved, most were killed by someone they knew, and the majority of offenders are Aboriginals themselves.

This shouldn’t be shocking: In Canada, 84% of murder victims of all races are killed by someone known to them.

Aboriginal leaders are still demanding a national inquiry, but that’s the last thing we need.

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    So it’s NOT white male American “murder tourists”?
    I’m shocked!

    • I’m keepin my eyes open – this was likely a false flag.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        A cabal of American “murder tourists” meeting up with the “Wicker Man” village coven of outsider sacrificing witches would be kind of neat, like “Alien vs. Predator”, or something.
        I’ll have to work out the details.

        • Let’s not forget the shadow government.

          We’re through the looking glass here, people.

  • ontario john

    What they want, is the money that flows from an inquiry.

    • Ed Ellison

      That and don’t look too hard at the gravy train we got going here.

  • mauser 98

    ssshhh .. don’t mention native suspects
    $9 billion or so a year to them

    • andycanuck

      And that’s just the Feds and not the provinces or municipalities.

  • Rosenmops
    • lolwut?

      That’s not the only one.

      A few years ago a native woman I’ve known for several years was thrown out of a window by her native boyfriend who abused her for years and was allowed to walk, Wasn’t even taken to the police station for questioning.


      It’s actually pretty common in the DTES, Hispanic immigrant drug dealers throwing people out windows over depts, native boyfriends and husbands
      killing their girlfriends and wives. Rarely ever a charge, let alone an arrest.
      He was later spotted drinking beer only in a bar down the street 4 hours later,

      Verna’s death was labelled a suicide even though she was heard screaming and arguing for several minutes before she crashed through the window and on to the pavement head first.

      People who jump from buildings 99.9% of the time land on their feet first.

      • Raymond Hietapakka

        Thunder Bay…a Native murders other Native. Conviction. 6 1/2 years in jail. That’s it.

        • I guess aboriginal lives don’t matter.

          That screws up the hashtag.

  • Dear Indians, this money-making scam has failed. Why don’t you stop drinking, leave the reserves and look for real jobs?

    • Millie_Woods

      Dear Blogwrath. No way! Wait until you see our next scam. Hint, it involves Islam.

      The Indians.

  • Alain

    If anyone really cared they would demand that a few things happen. First would be the termination of the Indian Act (unbelievable in the 21st century) and second that we return to applying the rule of law (everyone treated equally under the same law). I have no more patience for professional Indians on the public teat than any other group doing the same. Yes, just as there are professional Jews, there are plenty of professional Indians and the same applies to all other groups.

  • andycanuck

    What p1ssed me off most about the Glib & Pale report on it BCF linked was all the quoted Indian leaders, especially one woman, who were claiming the stats were a lie and they wouldn’t believe them until they read the report themselves. Yeah, a cabinet minister is going to lie about a report that will be made public; and doubting what is obvious about the Native murder rate (for women or men).

    • Uncle_Waspy

      People see what they want to see. A certain demographic wants to believe it’s Whitey holding them back, because the alternative to that is too terrible, too shameful.

      • lolwut?

        A lot of it is also Stockholm Syndrome.

        The chiefs and their extended families are very powerful and convince the poor
        and disconnected natives living on remote reserves that it’s the truth
        and that the government is the reason they are living in the conditions that
        they are.

        Reserves and the Chief system are nothing but tinpot dictatorships.

        • Millie_Woods

          Don’t forget about outsourcing fire fighting services to a neighbouring white community (with a much smaller stream of revenue) then neglecting to pay the bill. Predictably reserve children died in a house fire. Yet it’s the lard-ass honky Mike Duffy that everyone is talking about.

          • lolwut?

            That’s just the one that got attention in the news
            it’s happened dozens of times over the last 10 years alone.

      • Millie_Woods

        Yep. That and the money you ‘earn’ for being an Indian… errahh….I mean First Nations citizen.

  • eMan14

    Victimhood… it works. But often it’s a lie.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    …local police chief says…don’t worry about Thunderless Bay’s #1 murder rate, the murders, they’re done by people the victims know, so DON’T WORRY ABOUT IT….

  • Let the inquiry happen on live TV and point out the above facts. I know the chiefs will spin this how they wish but Joe Q. Canadian will stop caring once he accepts what he already has an inkling of: that people who live far, far away from him are responsible for their own misery.