A Cree woman says she felt sadness, shock and fear after having racist remarks and threats yelled at her for several minutes –
A lot of times I make fun of the anti-White pedo brigade crybullying about things, but it’s important not to get carried away. I’ll never deny that a woman can feel threatened by a gang of tattoo’d men in their late teens early twenties armed with pistols shouting at her. I think the –
from a group of elementary school students in Chibougamau, in northern Quebec.
They were totally unarmed as well. I know wahmens aren’t made for bloodsport, but I would personally feel pretty confident handling myself against the six year olds. But that’s just because I’m not a member of a
privileged vulnerable group of browness favoured advocated by the Democracy Class.
Paula Menarik filed an official complaint with the school board in question and met with Chibougamau Mayor Manon Cyr on Wednesday afternoon.
Menarik said she was called a pig, asked if she was an alcoholic, and was threatened with being shot and sworn at for more than five minutes on Tuesday afternoon outside École Vatican II elementary school near her home. The school is part of the Centre de services scolaire de la Baie-James school board.
And when the unarmed seven year olds told you they were going to shoot you, how did that make you feel?
This is starting to sound like one of the more ridiculous stories of the year thus far, but it’s from the CBC, so this is pretty much par for the course. Remember the whining about no coloured shark experts?
Some of what she endured was captured on video and has been verified via Zoom by CBC North.
So can we see it please?
No, and the CBC feels no compulsion to let you fact-check them. You’ll just have to take their word for it. They’re certainly a trustworthy source.
“It was so hurtful and I couldn’t believe it, that this was coming from children. They were like nine- to 12-year-olds,” said Menarik, who has lived in Chibougamau for many years and is from the largest of the Cree communities, Chisasibi.
“The first one I really remember was, ‘You F-*%/*ing pig. Are you an alcoholic? Do you drink beer? What kind of beer do you drink?’ They’re yelling really mean stuff at me … and swear words,”
The nine year olds were yelling mean things at you. I almost can’t even type out a response to this. Did you consider perhaps ignoring them?
said Menarik, adding a[sic] least one child was threatening to kill her and shoot her with a ‘sniper gun.’ There was also a threat to ‘burn her black cat.’ The comments were in French.
She took the child seriously when they threatened to shoot her with a sniper gun.
If a child was threatening to shoot me with a sniper gun I’d chuckle and move on, not whine to the CBC. I tried making a joke here but this is getting to be unsatirizable.
There were grown-ups in the school yard at the time, says Menarik.
“I’m wondering how come the teachers aren’t saying anything? Can’t they hear this? Like those kids are right beside the school and I’m quite a few meters away from the school out in the bush,” she said.
The whole experience has left her feeling triggered, recalling earlier and consistent experiences with racism growing up in the territory.
“[The tiny children] really made me feel unsafe … if the children are saying stuff like this, what are their parents saying to them at home or amongst each other?” said Menarik.
Menarik said she approached an adult in the school yard, who identified himself as the principal. She told him exactly what the children had been yelling at her and that she had a video of some of the insults.
Menarik said the principal showed no interest in seeing the video, but did apologize to her and explained the children thought she had been setting a fire.
“He was gaslighting me, making me feel that I was the one doing something wrong and it was OK for these children to yell at me in the most disrespectful way. I couldn’t believe it,” she said.
So what this means is that she was probably trying to do arson, got caught by the children, and they started yelling at her. This makes more sense than a bunch of ten year olds getting really agitated for no reason, which is why there is no mention of this in the rest of the piece. There’s also a good chance that she was drunk, and an even better chance that she was otherwise antagonizing the children, which is why CBC won’t show us the video. They also blocked all comments, per usual. But it’s because they’re totally not gaslighting their audience, and the tiny White children were bullying this fully grown Cree womxyn for no reason.
Menarik posted about the verbal attack on social media Tuesday and was invited to meet with the mayor of Chibougamau, Manon Cyr, on Wednesday afternoon.
Cyr says she has absolutely “zero tolerance” for racism and said the whole incident is a stark reminder of how important ongoing educational efforts are. She intends to follow-up on the matter once the school board has carried out its investigation.
“For me … for the people of Chibougamau, it’s something that is unacceptable. We cannot tolerate racist or xenophobic comments anywhere, but especially not in our school yards,” said Cyr, who also encouraged Menarik to file a complaint and accompanied her to the school board offices and helped her through the process.
“For me it was important that she knows what her rights are,” said Cyr, adding she encourages anyone who feels they are mistreated to reach out to the Chibougamau Eenou Friendship Centre or to her directly.
It’s a good thing that the multibillion dollar state propaganda agency is throwing their full force at the evil, White, rural children in the town with a population of 7,500. It’s even better that this probably lesbian catlady joined in to condemn the evil, small oppressors. But the best part is that the WMD Liars refuse to show the video, or allow comments. That’s because they’re definitely not lying about this in order to push an anti-White agenda targeting White children.