Canada has 12,000,000 people of Aboriginal Ancestry
This is 35% of the Population
We are the 3rd largest ethnic group.
We are the poorest, sickest, most oppressed of all
groups in Canada. We have the highest mortality
(average life expectancy for a female: 37; for a male: 34)
rate (including Child Mortality) of any group in
Canada. We are specifically excluded from Human Rights
Protection. Our religion is the only one not not
protected by law. There are special laws controling
The City of Edmonton alone has 3,000 aboriginal
homeless people living on the streets summer and winter.
46 of these die on the street every year.
This, in the City of Edmonton alone, is
more than die in the Canadian Armed Forces every year
Aboriginal communities in Canada live in Third-World
Conditions; children here are dying there because of
poverty, poor health and lack of clean water. Canada
has the highest rate of Child Poverty in the western
world. Canada's aboriginals have been referred to as
Every four years the national media re-discovers this -
as is currently the case in Attawapiskat, and for 2
weeks is filled with rightous indignation, before the
issue disappears for another four years.
And now our Dear Leader, Prime Minister has piously rushed
forward to declare that it is his divine mission to
bring an end to the world's suffering children and poor.
Open your eyes to what is in your own yard, Mr. Prime Minister!
You spend billions to rush to aid overseas with housing, fresh water and
building schools, while there are communities in our own land where there
are no schools, unsafe water and third-world housing.
The only ones to rush in to help bring in these basic services are FOREIGN
aid agencies. Candadians - especially the government - DOES NOT GIVE A
Canada was the LAST country to sign the UNITED NATIONS CHARTER ON THE
RIGHTS OF INDIGINOUS PEOPLES - but is failing to implment it.
Canadian governments, both Federal and Provincial, still treat the
Canadian Indians/Aboriginals with colonialist and racist policies,
studiously working to ignore, minimize, avoid or outright ignore the
legal Aboriginal and Human Rights of the Canadian Indians - rights
enshrined in Law and repeatedly supported by the Supreme Court of
Shame on you and your crass opportunism Prime Minister Harper.
Tell our Prime Minister what you think of this.
ETHNIC CLEANSING AND CULTURAL COLONIALISM IN CANADA
Perhaps it is time that we TAKE BACK THE LAND
Occupy Canada! TAKE BACK THE LAND.
Too long those who have stolen our lands - the Government of Canada and
it's foreign immigrants - have suppressed and ignored the legal rights
of the aboriginal peoples.
It is about time that aborignal peoples Take Back The Land and once again
recover their legal rights and become the inheritors and rulers of their
There are THREE WAYS this can be done:
There is one lesson from history.
ALL EMPIRES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN OVERTHROWN BY BARBARIANS FROM THE
Though barbarians have rarely founded empires, they have often
taken over empires and built on them.
The longest lasting empires were empires taken over by barbarians.
The only barbarian threat to the Euro-American Empire comes from
And Euro-Canadians are nothing more than part of the Euro-American
That leaves only the Indians (and assimilated) who can wear the
mantle of Barbarians. Indeed - that's what most of the Euro-Aliens
think of them anyhow.
Get it together, guys!
Assimilation or (peaceful) extermination of the Indians was always the
chief aim of the foreign immigrants, that alien Government of Canada.
However, the ultimate Assimilationists in Canada were the Cree people.
They more-or-less amalgamated every group who bordered them or moved
into their territory.
That is why there are 12,000,000 Canadians of aboriginal descent.
That is why most of these aboriginals identify with the Cree.
The Cree were the aboriginal BORG.
'RESISTANCE IS FUTILE'
Since we have historically done such a good job of assimilating,
amalgamating and absorbing, why is this no longer the case.
Or is it?
The aboriginal population is growing faster than any other segment of
the Canadian population. We are 1/3 of the population. By 2050 we will
be 1/2 the population. Be breed in large numbers. And they are mostly
Cree and Cree metis. We we cheerfully marry into the alien white
population (and into the black, arab and east Indian).
So why have we not taken over?
A buch of pacifists and pragmatists. Want to be good citizens, not
Maybe it's time we stood up and resumed our historic role. We have
(were forced to) assimilate and absorbe the alien/foreign/white culture.
Maybe it is time these aliens began to absorb some of our culture and
Come to mama. Resistance is Futile.
One Third of Canadians have Aboriginal Ancestry.
This is 12,000,000 people.
That is one Hell of a large political constituencey.
It is the single largest voting block in Canada.
Whichever party clues in first to serve this constituency will have
guaranteed parliamentary ascendancy forever.
For that matter, whoever can first organize a Native Canadian party
will be guaranteed parliamentary ascendancey.
Listen up, political types. Wouldn't be that hard.
Don't forget that the INEW ALLIANCE was in control of the Canadian
interior from British Columbia to the Atlantic for 500 years.
And in all that time there was no strife between the different ethnic,
linguistic and cultural groups that belonged to the alliance.
That is something no other State can lay claim to.
In the 1880's under Chief Big Bear this alliance was further expanding
to include the Gros Ventre, Blackfoot, Crow and Sioux.
Okay, so nowdays we're not so good at getting oursevesl organized.
We're better a complaining and waiting for someone else to do something.
Well, take your complaints and do something about them.
Get out in the streets.
Get in their faces.
Make your grievances known.
Make your position known.
Make your allegiances known.
Civil Disobedience is the peaceful assembly (such as the Occupy Movement)
and rejecting to be subject to unfair laws, illegal controls and unfair
treatment. The rejecting of being conforming to unfair and illegal laws.
The key word is PEACEFUL.
If you don't mind being manhandled, thrown in jail and likely beaten and
abused by the State Police who are paid to do this (they have long since
stopped being there to Serve and Protect the public, and have come to more
Harass and Oppress), this is the way to go.
The classical case of CIVIL DISOBEDIENCE is the Lieration of the colonies
of India (and Pakistan) by Ghandi. The same laws under which India (and
other colonies) were had to be returned to their aboriginal peoples also
are still in action in regards to Canada.
Thing is, Ghandi's movement was the only one that was ever successful.
Other attempts at peaceful change were normally brutally suppressed.
The reason Ghandi was successful was simply the overwhelming majority of
people in India. They outnumbered the Colonialists by the hundreds of
More than 100,000:1.
For a social change through Civil Disobedience to have a chance of success
it has to have the active support of a ration of 10:1 against the
Colonialists, or of over 50% of the population in the general population.
Neither of these conditions are likely to exist in Canada in the forseeable
That is why Civil Disobedience is usually one of the steps leading to
DIRECT ACTION is the not-so-peaceful stage of protest, where there is
active confrontation with the Establishment and their agents of
DIRECT ACTION also includes pursuing the legal channels to obtain change
Truth is, Governments do not respond well to Civil Disobedience and to
rational requests for Reasonable Accomodation.
Attempts to change the existing Status Quo between two social groups is
known in sociological and anthropological studies as CONFLICT THEORY.
CONFLICT THEORY has shown that entrenched power groups will rarely
willingly cede power or rights, regardless of how just or legal these
Although logically such change is reasonable and justified, the
ESTABLISHMENT will strongly resist such change regardless of court
orders or consequences. They will ignore, minimize, avoid or outright
ignore the legal orders from the courts, pass new repressive legislation,
and respond with increasing violence to direct challenges.
Failure to make accomodations is usually more costly and destructive
to the ESTABLISHMENT in the long run. It is almost always in the best
interests of the ESTABLISHMENT to reach an accomodation early in the
Nontheless, they rarely do, and become increasingly suppressive.
There is an escalation in violent response. This is known as Radicalization
of the conflict (think Libya, Syria, etc.). Moderates (such as the
proponents of Civil Disobedience and Legal Action) on both sides are
increasingly sidelined as it becomes increasingly evident that moderate
and legal actions DO NOT bring change.
Almost inevitably this process leads to armed conflict and possibly a
If you don't mind beatings, jail, torture, running around in the bush and
in alleys, living with cold and hunger, risking your life, causing mayham,
destroying stuff and killing people, this is the life for you.
It has great romantic appeal to 98% of Native youth.
Consider that a successful guerilla campaign can be maintained with the
support of 10% of the population (disregarding certain other tactical and
strategic requirements), as opposed to 50%+ for Civil Disobedience.
Given that 35% of Canadians are of aboriginal descent, plus the support of
dissidents from the 99% OCCUPY movement, a 10% support base would not be
hard to maintain.
But hold on a minute.
The history of such Direct Action is mixed (see Rebellions. Canada has a
history of brutally supressing rebellions with the application of massive
force and, in the case of aboriginal peoples, then brutally suppressing them
to the point of enslavement. In the 1885 Rebellion the General Middleton
ordered the deliberate shooting of civilians, men, women and children and
the massacre of an entire community.
On the other hand, in the aftermath, the Government has normally made many
of the changes that were originally asked for.
The ultimate costs, in addition to the lives, were that with the military
response and costs of implementation of changes, were many many times more
than the original cost would have been. BUT THERE WAS NO CHANGE IN THE
ESTABLISHMENT AND POLITICAL ELITE who were at the top of the Status Quo.
So, where does that leave an OCCUPY CANADA movement?
Not nearly as complicated as it would seem.
Get with it!!
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