Brian Lee Crowley
OTTAWA, ON, May. 13, 2013/ Troy Media/ – Probe the mind of the average Canadian and you’ll likely find a complex knot of feelings and thoughts about aboriginal Canadians, a mixture of guilt, admiration, resentment and frustration in roughly equal measure.
Former military official says poverty and anger in indigenous communities mean conditions for an "insurgency" are ripe.
Living standards for indigenous people on par with "third world" countries, buttressed by a large population of unemployed young men in a "warrior cohort", and easy-to-target economic infrastructure, all mean Canada has conditions for a potential indigenous "insurgency".