WELL, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO ABOUT IT WH*ITE BOI?
A brief summary:
Gerald Stanley is a farmer minding his own god damn business when a truck full of drunken Indians break into his farm and try to steal what they can load in the back of their truck. Upon confronting them, the Indians try to flee, but in their drunken stupor, crash their truck (nearly crushing Stanley's wife).
Stanley, thinking his wife is dead, fires several warning shots from an old tokarev pistol loaded with damp ammo from poor storage into the sky. He approaches the crashed truck and as he's taking the keys out of the ignition. a remaining round in the chamber goes off and kill Colten Boushie, the driver of the truck. Stanley goes on trial. He is found innocent.
But this is CurrentYearLand, and an acquittal will not do!
Enter King Leaf himself and his pet Indian Jody Wilson-Raybould, the minister of Justice at the time. Pic related is Trudeau actively undermining the verdict of the trial.
The Boushie family is flown out to meet with Trudeau in private. There is no record of what they discussed behind closed doors. What does happen however is that the National Film Board of Canada, the literal propaganda office of the Federal government, gives funding and support to Tasha Hubbard, THE COUSIN of the deceased Colten Boushie to make a "documentary" about how racist Canada is that Colten Boushie is the most goodest of boys who never dindu nuffin ever.
Meanwhile, the family of Boushie is STILL actively suing Gerald Stanley, the latter has been forced to sell and flee family home and farm from constant harassment from the nearby Indians.
Why does this matter?
This is an election year in Canada, and this propaganda movie was meant to be the club, the battering ram, of Trudeau's government to smash their enemies with accusations of racism, and white supremacy.
The release date is not a coincidence. The CBC, our national broadcaster, is also involved in this and has been pumping it for months. the film is to be released this shortly on TV for everyone to watch, just prior to the election, to ferment and rile up the bugmen and NPCs into a frenzy of virtue signaling.
None of this is accidental. the Inquiry reporting about "genocide" against Indian women, this movie being lauded with praise and awards. You're witnessing the manufacturing of consent and a national myth of "white man bad" to secure Trudeau and his friends' power for another decade.
To add to this. The outcome of the trial is that now a jury of your peers and the presumption of innocence of the accused are on the chopping block in Canada if the globohomo parties have their way. Imagine how fucked up it would be if every jury was based on racial quotas? That's what's at stake here as well.
A jury has now been selected in Gerald Stanley's second-degree murder trial for the killing of a 22-year-old Indigenous man, Colten Boushie. In a trial that some have called Canada's Rodney King case because of its divisive and ugly racial overtones, jury selection only took a day.
The Canadian way of selecting jurors may be efficient, but it is not fair. Jade Tootoosis, Mr. Boushie's cousin, commented that "It was really difficult to sit there today and watch every single Indigenous person be challenged by the defence." Another of Mr. Boushie's relatives complained, "the deck is stacked against us".
Yes, Sweetie, the deck is stacked against every prosecution. That's the point of a fair trial of your peers.
Long story, it's impossible to publicly talk about this story or movie anywhere. Reddit censors it, CBC censors anything to do with Indians, and the other news services are heavily moderated. We're expected to pretend it's completely normal a man, and by extension his whole nation, found innocent in court, is to be subjected to a government funded hit piece after he was acquitted.