‘UNDR‘I’P Unworkable’

Even for a government with a disproportionate aboriginal influence, implementing the racist and anti-Canadian United Nations Declaration on the Rights of {so-called} ‘Indigenous’ Peoples {UNDR‘I’P} is proving to be a political and economic impossibility: 

“Two months after ‘Indigenous’ {‘Siberian settler’} Affairs Minister Carolyn Bennett declared to the world that Canada was fully embracing the ‘UN Declaration on the Rights of ‘Indigenous’ Peoples’, the most senior official in her department told underlings the international document would not be guiding planned consultations with ‘First Nations’ {‘Siberian settler communities’}, Inuit and Metis, according to an internal email.

‘”Indigenous’ Affairs deputy minister Helene Laurendeau told her senior adviser that the government “may not consult specifically on UNDR‘I’P” during consultations with ‘indigenous’ groups and the provinces, according to the email obtained through the ‘Access to Information Act’ by NDP {aboriginal Race activist} MP Romeo Saganash’s office.  Continue reading “‘UNDR‘I’P Unworkable’”

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‘Reaching Out’

“A letter-writing campaign is helping reach out to ‘First Nations’ {‘Siberian settler’} communities in northern Saskatchewan coping with the recent tragedy where six girls took their own lives in less than a month.

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“Fran Forsberg is a long time foster parent and children’s rights advocate who felt compelled to act after hearing of the suicide crisis… Continue reading “‘Reaching Out’”