About Ryan Bellerose

A member of the indigenous Metis people, Ryan grew up in the far north of Alberta, Canada with no power nor running water. In his free time, Ryan plays Canadian Rules Football, reads books, does advocacy work for indigenous people and does not live in an Igloo.

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palestinian sweets24
February 9, 2023
I was thinking about why the Israeli-Arab conflict resonated so much with me, why I get so angry when I see the Arab propaganda being shared
six day war
May 31, 2022
The single most often asked question that I get from Indians when I speak about Israel and Jews is “So what can we learn from them?”
May 22, 2022
Ryan explains how Jews could easily become darlings of the left again, but that the price for this is way too high
ryan bellerose
January 9, 2022
Too many don’t get that people who tell you they want to kill you are probably not gonna be rushing to the negotiating table
gawker article
December 26, 2021
Gawker recently published a piece titled The New Zionism by Alex Green that is begging for a fisking. Which is what I’ve done
December 14, 2021
A fifth column is “any group of people who undermine a larger group from within, usually in favor of an enemy group or nation
December 5, 2021
Ryan goes back to his childhood to recount what he believes is the right lesson to learn from the story of Chanukah
social media toxic
November 10, 2021
I constantly see extremely toxic stuff on social media, and for some reason it’s not often called out by the average person
capture of jerusalem
June 10, 2021
The Arabs have rights of longstanding presence, which should be respected, but they are not and do not qualify as indigenous
Israeli flag on Independence DAy
March 14, 2021
Ryan feels the need to discuss a phenomenon he has seen a number of times among so-called Israel advocates
December 12, 2020
I can feel a great deal of empathy towards how Jewish people watching The Man in The High Castle feel
September 17, 2018
These heroes are the difference between these two peoples
March 21, 2018
It sounds silly, even offensive, doesn’t it. To think that there were “good old days of terrorism” – but bear with me for a second
March 7, 2018
The subtle inferences in Nas’ videos are very problematic – they normalize things that we need to be fighting tooth and nail