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Old 12-14-2011, 03:12 PM   #55
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I'll also ask you this Yaahl.

When you file for recognigtion...where would you file? Canada right, not america right?
I don't need to file, I am a beneficiary of the comprehensive land settlement of 1996.

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Is your family in a state recognized tribe in america? Is your family in the Federal Cherokee? Is your family in Kentucky? Is your family part of the Freedman? Is your family part of the Lumbee?
Apparently, neither is your family.

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Right now where you are standing would all state recognized tribes in the USA having their claims to being indigenious people have ANY effect on your status as a indigenious person in CANADA?
It could if our courts were to follow any decisions made by your courts in any of our land claims/treaty negotiations. Since the entire province of BC is up for treaty negotiations with the feds, historical and current references in other jurisdictions with aboriginal peoples may guide decisions here. Not only are we concerned with what happens in the States, we are also concerned with provisions being made for government devolution in Aboriginal affairs in Australia and New Zealand. As well, we keep tabs with what the Russians, and other polar countries are doing with their indigenous populations.


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Yet your in a thread making insults etc and making it look as if you actually belong in this topic...yet you do not belong in this topic.
You came to this thread because your friend pigheaded told you to come here and to attack. the same person who has admited to coming here only to harass and make racist comments. Has already admitted he did not even care to read this topic or research it and openly admitted to coming here for the sole person to institage and insult...openly admited to coming to this thread with zero purpose of the thread subject itself. Which would make it seem as if you and your friend came to this thread solely looking for new users to attack, I'm sorry but this is supposed to be a site pertaining to Native peoples....and no matter how many posts you have here and no matter how long you been here....does not mean a higher percentage of native blood.
Boohoo, is this the best you can come up with? I have something like 43 friends listed... some of them have commented on your many thread... so yeah, it's one big conspiracy against you. Now it's time for you to put on your tin hat.


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This thread is to put "Facts" on the table that has already been proven to be a actual Native issue. This is stuff that has been all over the media before. The Federal Cherokee has a entire section on their website dedicated to this subject which only shows one side and not the other side. So not only does the Federal Cherokee state this is a Native issue but so does the Media in every state in America. This thread is to give a voice to Native peoples who are being attacked without their side of the story being heard. If you wish to attack that then your attempting to oppress every state recognized Native people's voice.

Putting Native issues in a native issues section of a message board shall not and will not ever be called trolling. stating facts in a native issue in a native issues section shall not and never will be called trolling. However coming to the native issues section for the sole purpose to attack with false statements and with racist statements without stating one thing that relates to the topic is Trolling.
And all we asked for was proper citations for the literature you have cut and pasted. It's one thing to attempt to make your case with properly cited material. It gives the reader a chance to discern the information on their own. You however, have posted material that has no proper citation and as far as I am concerned, it has no weight. If you are truly attempting to advocate for your peers, then do so with a modicum of professionalism and proper approaches to constructive arguments. You have won no allies in your megre attempts at persuasion.
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