|YOU CAN'T HANDLE THE TRUTH!
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On August 21, 2007 a powerful message of truth was delivered to the
Law Society of Upper Canada by Six Nations of the Grand River spokesperson
Historian Dr. Anthony Hall made a valid point when he said,
"the route to wealth for newcomers (referring to early colonizers) is
land sales and land development."
They are offering us money that was made from the lands they stole from us.
In all reality it’s like someone stealing a car, renting it out and then offering the
true owner of the car the money they made by renting it.
It’s like claiming the car is now the legal property of the thief. Is that a legal
process? Is that justice for the victim of the theft? No, but when it comes to our
stolen lands CANADA claims it is. We all know under no law is theft legal.
Andrea Bear Nicholas Chair in Native Studies, St. Thomas University .
Beginning in the days of the pre Loyalists, when New Brunswick was still part of
Nova Scotia , it became a standard practice of government officials to
help themselves, and their cronies, to the best lands in the province.
As Brebner (1969) has put it:
“Naturally the Halifax officials had their fingers in the pie from the beginning”
In ten short years more than three and a half million acres of
Mi’kmaq, (Wolastoqiyik) Maliseet, and (Peskotomuhkati) Passamaquoddy l
ands had been granted away for a song; and a pattern of patronage and
personal corruption had become entrenched.
These grants also represented an enormous violation of imperial law,
particularly the Royal Proclamation of 1763, which declared that
no one could take possession of Indian Lands unless
they had first been ceded or sold by Indian nations to the crown.
Sachem Paula LaPierre
Essentially such a system ensures that mainstream Canada, while making the rules,
continues to oppress the Aboriginal people. Even where there might be the illusion
that Aboriginal leaders are prying away dollars for programs and services
in the best interests of their community members it must be constantly remembered
that Canada holds the purse strings, that Aboriginal leaders are therefore
financially dependent on the Canadian governments, are in
no way directly accountable to their own people, and that they are
financially reliant on maintaining a deficit social system.
A social deficit system requires a population of needy victims
whose only hope lies in the provision of more programs and services.
Maintaining a victim society works for both the
Canadian bureaucracy and the Aboriginal elites.
Press Release June 22nd 2007
Canadian citizen Phil Fontaine and Atlantic Policy Congress, NBAPC, N.B.
Aboriginal Secretariat, MAWIW, UNBI, INAC & its C&C pretend to speak for us.
They have been placed in this position by their bosses,
the Canadian government under imposed Canadian laws.
They are paid by Canada . They report to Canada .
They do not report to us or represent us in any sense of the word.
Canada has it upside down and backwards. They haven’t established THEIR claims to our lands.
We don’t have a thing to prove. The land is ours.
They’re the ones with unsettled claims to our lands. This is about our “jurisdiction”.
It appears, from your lack of apparent outrage, that you have been out of the loop
on some very important issues that are quickly developing and will seriously
affect indigenous peoples health and land rights throughout Canada.
“LAKOTA NATION” CONFIRMED - THEY ARE NOT PART OF THE U.S.
DEC. 25 2007 - Treaties concluded through bribery and with colonial puppets,
instead of with valid representatives of our people, are not legal.
It should be borne in mind that most, not all, of the treaties ever made
with the colonizers granted them only very limited rights that fall far short
of the greedy advantages they imagined.
They had no intention of ever living up to any treaty.
They were hellbent on stealing everything.
The U.S. and Canada came as profiteers and
fraudulently tried to steal all our assets.
|Please read these well documented articles to what is still going on today.
|DID U KNOW! The first people who came on the mayflower were
religious, and soon after were greedy businessmen and weapons.
|DID U KNOW!
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