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Say YES to Cultural Appropriation ~ Unity4Canada


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‘Race Based Court Decisions Damaging Economy’


“What has happened to ‘Trans Mountain’ is not surprising. This is the third time in 12 years that the Federal Court has blocked a major pipeline proposal on grounds of ‘insufficient consultation’ {with only aboriginal Bands, NOT the rest of Canadians}, following the Mackenzie Valley natural-gas pipeline in 2006 and the Northern Gateway oil pipeline in 2016. In each case, the proposal was backed by many ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} and Métis {mixed race} organizations, but a small number of ‘First Nations’ (six, in the case of Trans Mountain) were able to get a court to rule that some phase of ‘consultation’ had been inadequate. 

Continue reading ‘Race Based Court Decisions Damaging Economy’

‘Getting Nuttier…’


“During a technical briefing held in Ottawa on Bill C-69, senior government officials said ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} knowledge will be treated with weight equal to other information {?!?} during the assessment of a project… Ottawa is also pledging to increase financial support for ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} communities to engage in the process {Of course}… 

Continue reading ‘Getting Nuttier…’

‘Manitoba Chiefs Defend Discrimination’


The creation of discriminatory hydro rates is being defended by Manitoba chiefs. They are not opposed to discrimination in principle — only when it works against them: 

“The Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs (AMC) is responding to news that Manitoba Hydro is asking the Manitoba Court of Appeal to overturn the Public Utilities Board (PUB) decision to create a new ‘First Nation’ {‘aboriginal community’} on Reserve’ residential rate class…  Continue reading ‘Manitoba Chiefs Defend Discrimination’

‘Segregationist Rules Of Governance’


Because of Canada’s segregationist Constitution, aboriginal Band elections are conducted under a different set of rules from all other Canadian communities… 

“A ‘First Nations’ community may conduct leadership selection under one of three possible approaches:

• Election procedures under a ‘self-government’ agreement.
{NOTE: ‘Self-government’ for aboriginal tribes was EXPLICITLY REJECTED by the Canadian people in the 1992 Charlottetown Referendum. Despite this, the government has continued expanding ‘self-government’ IN DIRECT DEFIANCE OF THE DEMOCRATIC WILL OF THE CANADIAN PEOPLE!  Continue reading ‘Segregationist Rules Of Governance’

‘Racism Is A Two-Way Street’


None of these types of stories ever seem to include the aboriginal racism directed at ‘white’ Canadians. The failure to present a fairer — and more realistic — picture  will just produce resentment and backlash. ‘Reconciliation’ cuts both ways… 

“A small Southern Alberta town has made recent headlines for not one, but two alleged incidents of anti-‘indigenous’ {‘aboriginal’} racism, prompting {race} activists to say these are not “one-off events”.  Continue reading ‘Racism Is A Two-Way Street’

‘Where’s The Proof?’


Unsubstantiated hearsay concerning incidents decades ago has resulted in a call for more money, and a government that instantly starts apologizing {Surprise, surprise…}: 

“A Manitoba chief says ‘indigenous’ {actually, ‘aboriginal’} women in the north should be compensated for the sexual abuse they allegedly suffered at the hands of hydro workers decades ago. Kevin Hart, regional chief for the Assembly of ‘First Nations’ {‘Aboriginal Communities’}, says there should also be a broader inquiry into resource development and the treatment of ‘indigenous’ women.

{What is really needed is an inquiry into the treatment of aboriginal women by aboriginal men…}  Continue reading ‘Where’s The Proof?’

‘Government Playing Favourites’


Looks like we not only have the government discriminating again, but also some political insider favouritism: 

“After the federal fisheries minister announced a new licence for an important clam fishery would be awarded to a partnership of ‘indigenous’ groups from across Atlantic Canada, the government is facing fresh criticism over how it awarded the licence, and for the ‘Liberals’ ties to the winning bidder. Continue reading ‘Government Playing Favourites’

‘Premier Says No To Extortion’


Thanks to our foolish courts, now even ‘partial aboriginals’ have inherited ‘privilege’ and are starting to throw their inflated weight around. The legal industry must STOP dividing and selling out Canada for profit. Here, some ‘Metis’ successfully coerced Manitoba Hydro into a payout, using protests and interference in hydro operations {See below}, and are furious that the Premier intervened. Now, the Manitoba ‘Metis’ Federation says it will go to court, and are demanding the Premier’s resignation…

“The Manitoba Metis Federation says it will go to court over a deal the federation made with Manitoba Hydro to approve future projects, including a transmission line to the U.S. border. The MMF claims the provincial government has breached a foundational deal it negotiated and signed in 2014, called the ‘Turning the Page Agreement’. Continue reading ‘Premier Says No To Extortion’

‘A Tradition Of Corruption’


“The corrupt practices employed by several of the Respondents during the 2016 Band election appear to reflect a long-standing tradition and acceptance by some members of vote buying and other dishonest attempts to influence electoral outcomes.”

“Vote buying and other improprieties took place during and after the 2016 chief and council election on Key ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 1,165 people}, says a federal court judge. Continue reading ‘A Tradition Of Corruption’