‘British Columbia: The Giveaway Continues’

More Race-based nonsense from the British Columbia government: 
“Every ‘First Nation’ {aboriginal} community in B.C. will be eligible for between $250,000 and $2 million annually through the agreement.”

“Underpinning everything we do as government is a fundamental commitment to achieving true and lasting {one-way} ‘reconciliation’ with ‘indigenous’ {They are aboriginals and are NOT indigenous to Canada} peoples. This commitment is embedded into the daily work of our government and foundational to all the decisions we make {Then you are racially-biased fools…}.

“As part of Budget 2019, B.C. ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal communities} will now have a stable, long-term source of funding to invest in self-government, cultural revitalization and services that make life better for families.

“This commitment means approximately $3 billion in ‘shared’ {It’s not “shared”, but a “gift”!} provincial revenue over the next 25 years to support ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} communities, including an estimated $300 million over the next three years.

{This government ‘generosity’ is money unfairly taken from British Columbian taxpayers, as aboriginals are Constitutionally wards of the FEDERAL government, and the document that B.C. signed when joining Canada expressly states that B.C.’s ONLY financial obligation to aboriginals is to provide Crown lands for reserves, for which the province would be reimbursed…}

“This historic commitment to advance ‘reconciliation’ builds on the other work we are already doing:
–“…$550 million over 10 years to support the construction of 1,750 affordable housing units for on and off-reserve.
{Again, a federal responsibility. These tribes already receive federal tax money for housing…}

–“$50 million towards the work of the ‘First Peoples’ Cultural Council and ‘First Nations’ {Indian} communities to revitalize ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} languages.
{The federal government has already budgeted funds for exactly this purpose!}

–“A new K-12 curriculum that makes sure all children in British Columbia are taught about {a distorted} ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} culture and history. 

{Education: Honouring the Ignorance of Our Ancestors‘ (Widdowson):
“The British Columbia government has adopted the position that science itself is only “provisional” and a ‘Eurocentric’ cultural viewpoint:
“…We are aware that our scientific knowledge is provisional and culturally-derived.”

“This is part of the new “aboriginal perspectives” that now undermine the education of all B.C. children. So, the next time you witness the effects of gravity, remember — it’s only your “cultural perspective” that makes it seem that way…”
https://www.facebook.com/ENDRACEBASEDLAW/photos/a.336196793149227.59519.332982123470694/449999048435667/?type=1 }

“B.C. will be the first province in Canada to introduce legislation mandating government to bring provincial laws and policies into harmony with the {dangerous and unConstitutional} UN Declaration. This legislation is being co-developed with the ‘First Nations’ Leadership Council and with the input of other ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} communities.”

B.C. Gov’t Betrays the Interests of Most Residents’ (UNDR‘I’P) {April 7, 2019}:
“As throne speech commitments go, not many over the years have been more fraught with consequences for B.C. than the one proclaimed by the John Horgan N‘D’P government.

B.C. will be the first province in Canada to introduce legislation to implement the United Nations Declaration on the ‘Rights’ of ‘Indigenous’ People”,
it read in part.

“The goal is
mandating government to bring provincial laws and policies into harmony with the declaration.”
https://endracebasedlaw.ca/2019/04/07/b-c-govt-betrays-the-interests-of-most-residents/ }


Feature Image:
B.C. Premier John Horgan. (Darryl Dyck – Canadian Press)

Grand Chief Joe Hall, ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} lead negotiator and past chairman of the BC ‘First Nations’ Gaming Commission (flickr.com)

“Starting April 2019, approximately $3 billion over 25 years will be shared with B.C. ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal tribes}, meaning every ‘First Nation’ {aboriginal} community in B.C. will be eligible for between $250,000 and $2 million annually through the agreement.

“‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} communities will determine their own priorities for the funding, which can be used for a wide range of benefits, including: health and wellness, housing, infrastructure, training, environmental protection, economic development, governance capacity and other uses.

“The agreement to share provincial gaming revenue was reached after decades of work and advocacy by the ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal} Leadership Council, represented by the ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal} Gaming Commission, as directed through resolutions by Chiefs at assemblies of the British Columbia Assembly of ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal Tribes}, the ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal} Summit and the Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs. The Commission is establishing a new B.C. ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} limited partnership to manage the funding, overseen by a ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal}-appointed board of directors.

“Sharing revenue with ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} communities is an important step that puts ‘reconciliation’ into action. This agreement is part of B.C.’s commitment to create a new {!} fiscal relationship with ‘First Nations’ {aboriginals}, recognizing self-government and self-determination {As defined how? What about Canadian sovereignty?}.

The B.C. government is finally implementing a long-awaited agreement to share gaming revenue that will enable ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal communities} the opportunity to prioritize critically important community issues that have long hindered their beneficial development.”
–Grand Chief Joe Hall, former chair, BC ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal} Gaming Commission

This agreement will change lives for the better in every corner of the province {?}. It means consistent, predictable and sustainable funding to support critical things every government needs, like improving infrastructure, implementing long-term planning and pursuing development opportunities to address the economic, social and cultural needs of ‘indigenous’ {he means ‘aboriginal’} peoples on the lands that have belonged to them since time began {? What incredible ignorance…}. This is transformative for people, families and communities, and we’re very excited about that.”
–Premier John Horgan

This agreement is the result of decades of tireless work by the ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal} Leadership Council to ensure that the resources of our province are shared in a way that advances self-government and self-determination. I’m enormously proud of what we have accomplished together to ensure that communities have the resources they need and deserve.”
–Carole James, Minister of Finance

With this new source of funding, ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} communities will have added resources to invest in important priorities that help communities flourish – social services, education, infrastructure, cultural revitalization and economic development. We are proud to put ‘reconciliation’ into action by supporting the right of every ‘First Nation’ {aboriginal community} in B.C. to self-government and self-determination {?}.”
–Scott Fraser, Minister of ‘Indigenous’ {Aboriginal} Relations and ‘Reconciliation’

‘First Nations’ {aboriginals} have demanded a ‘fair share’ from their {former} territories for decades – our title and rights include an economic component that requires sharing in all sectors {??? Complete fabrication!}. The revenue-sharing agreement paves the way for ‘First Nations’ {aboriginals} to finally access a share of the provincial gaming revenue {Because casinos have always been a component of traditional aboriginal life?} as well as access to community gaming grants that will support positive community change {Unless pilfered by the leadership, as so often happens…}. We look forward to the upcoming Phase 2 of discussions on direct ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} participation in gaming industry opportunities.”
–Regional Chief Terry Teegee, British Columbia Assembly of ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal Tribes}

Every additional dollar into B.C. ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} communities, including gaming funds, will directly correlate to better living conditions and an improved quality of life {If this was true, they would already be living in much better conditions!}. Past studies have clearly shown that such an infusion of new funds into communities annually will measurably enhance the economy of both ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} and non-‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} communities, supporting the notion that healthy ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} economies benefit all British Columbians.”
–Robert Phillips, ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal} Summit political executive

We are extremely pleased that the persistent work of the BC ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal} Gaming Commission is being realized – revenue sharing on gaming marks an important step in recognizing the economic component to ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} ‘inherent title’ {???} and self-determination to make our own decisions about our {former} territories. Next steps are aligning legislative codes and policies to this ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} gaming agreement and to the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.”
–Kukpi7 Judy Wilson, Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs

Quick Facts’:
–Funding will be distributed to communities based on the following formula, developed by the ‘First Nations’ {Aboriginal} Gaming Commission in consultation with ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal communities}:
–50% base funding (divided equally among partnered ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal communities}, including modern Treaty Nations, in B.C.);
–40% based on population, and
–10% for geographically remote communities.


For more information, visit: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/governments/indigenous-people


See also:
Who Owns British Columbia?’:
“It should be noted that ‘aboriginal title’ was considered “extinguished” by successive B.C. governments for almost 150 years. Then, it suddenly made its reappearance when it was imposed on B.C. by an Ottawa-based Supreme Court, overturning what had been decided, over and over again, by not only B.C. courts, but former Supreme Courts and the British Privy Council…”


The Big Lie Strikes Again’ (‘Nation-to-nation’):
“{B.C.} Energy Minister Bill Bennett…said Canada’s constitution requires negotiations between government and aboriginal groups be “Nation to nation”, meaning not subject to public consultation.
{Of course, he didn’t quote the relevant section BECAUSE IT DOESN’T EXIST. How stupid do these people think we are? There is NO MENTION of ‘Nation-to-nation’ in the Constitution! Both Sections 25 and 35 refer to ‘aboriginal peoples’ — a sociological category — NOT ‘nations’…}

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