Some of you need to get your heads out of the tabloids and do some thinking not emoting.
Have any of you taken a look at the terrain on Google Maps or Google Earth between Prince Rupert and Prince George, British Columbia?? If not you
How many women of any kind do you think are available in that territory??? Who are the most common types available.
How many shopping malls are located there. How man Macy's...Pennys ..or whatever department stores are to be found there ..you know ..the places where
women of all kinds are to be found.
Do women immediately and in huge numbers ..flock to uncharted territories..or do they tend to wait until the territories are developed by someone else
and then move in. Only the most hearty and bold of women go out into territory like this...the undeveloped wilderness.
That leaves mostly native women.
Some of you are so preconditioned to think racism...racism is the cause of every and anything today. It is textbook of public education today.
This is a huge undeveloped area to cover...by police or the RCMP. I can see why they hesitate to go deep into this type of missing peoples. I doubt
that their budgets are set up for this. Something which would not generally be told to the public. Only if someone wants to get elected will monies be
sufficiently allotted to this issue. Sad but true.
What I also find astonishing is that for such an wilderness..Canadian gun laws are so restrictive. If people and particularly women were allowed to go
armed out here ...there would be a very different result.
At least someone here in the USA has gotten smart and allowed people in public parks to be armed. I was recently up on the skyline drive and stopped
at the visitors center. There were signs on the doors stating.."No firearms allowed." I found it funny and ironic that the park rangers were concerned
about an armed public...but it was ok ...the other way around with the public disarmed and vulnerable to both two and four legged wildlife but the
rangers safe. This is pubic education/stupidity at work...disarming people. I am glad that someone finally got it straight and allowed the pubic to be
armed on Park lands.
You gotta go to public schools to get that stupid..people are not that naturally stupid on their own.
Arming people in public parks has not produced big wild west shoot outs as predicted by the doom and gloomers.
Most peoples armed or not do not want to bother people nor do they want to be bothered.
I believe if many of these women were armed...the missing and killings would have severely dropped off as it has in many cities.
This is also a place where alcohol and drugs are widespread ...particularly among the native peoples. This is unfortunate. I am sure it contributes
heavily to their victimization across a wide gulf of opportunities missed.
It would also contribute heavily to many of these women becoming easy prey.
Drop the racism bit..and do some thinking...look up google earth and google maps...see how widespread and undeveloped is this area. Rocky and
Is this the type of place where cell phone service is very common..or would there be huge gaps in the service availability?? I think mostly in certain
of the larger cities. And furthermore ..what peoples up there would even be able to afford cell phone services.
I think that so many peoples up there have lived for so long without it...it is not a big priority amongst many. It is a wonderful convenience..but
service would be spotty as well...particularly considering the terrain.
The key here is the vulnerability of these women..not their race per se.
The most easily available and vulnerable women by numbers is native women. That is pretty obvious just by looking at the territorial maps and the
development of this area.
I agree with some of the posters..not all of these missing peoples have been women. But women would indeed be the most vulnerable.
Oh..and one more thing..the PC nature of Canada as well as the rigged tabloid media..both here and in Canada. Think about that as well.
A sting operation is what is needed here.
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