Six Nations chief won't wear same medal as activist McHale

Jan 29, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: The Hamilton Spectator

Six Nations Chief Bill Montour is returning his Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal to Governor General David Johnston after one was awarded to controversial Caledonia figure Gary McHale.

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Jim Windle

Hamilton, Canada

#1 Jan 31, 2013
To give Gary McHale an award supposedly from the Queen, is just about as insane as Edi Amin receiving a humanitarian award. As far as I am concerned the Chief of Six Nations is absolutely right in returning his medal in light of McHale being awarded the same medallion.

Obviously, the further out of Caledonia you get, the better this master of misinformation and self promotion looks.

I wonder if White Pride World Wide and Stormfront were in on the nominations.

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