So there’s this page called “Only in Thunder Bay” on Facebook. It’s so fucking rude that they had to shut it down but it’s back again thanks to people actually liking this shit. Basically it posts homeless drunk natives passed out on the streets and people can send in their own homeless native photos.

But, it doesn’t stop there. It posts prostitutes photos publicly on there too with their full name.

It posts teenage native girls who they think have “fetal alcohol syndrome.” And I mean, people send in photos of these teenage girls on their own Facebook and laugh how it looks like they have FAS.

It has so much shaming I can’t believe it. And it’s back by popular demand.

Why can’t they understand hate isn’t helping any of these natives live better? Like imagine seeing yourself on that page, a 13 year old girl on Facebook and have a bunch of people saying you look like your parents drank too much, typical native, etc.

I am just so fucking pissed.


so in my hometown the police are finally looking into all these racist ass facebook pages people have been making, and hopefully will get some consequences. there were also multiple posts made where they took pictures of native people around town and put downright degrading descriptions on them, but I don’t want their pictures spreading more since they’ve been humiliated enough.

anyways, we don’t have a racism problem in Canada, right?


jeanpaulderoover @ussmusic getting crazy here in #tbay. What a show!

BB: Human Kebab flip, whaaaat!
I found this on instagram. It’s pretty awesome.

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