Author Topic: Canadian-Aboriginal Culture  (Read 7153 times)

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Re: Canadian-Aboriginal Culture
« Reply #150 on: June 06, 2021, 06:17:24 pm »
I'm not offended of afraid of losing something, i'm just saying you can't disassociate yourself from this.
It's more a matter of associating myself with my 1st Nations neighbours and recognizing their chiefs and and being thankful for welcoming me into their territory. I feel much more at home as a human being here than I do in Canada as a colonist.

Gorgeous Graham may be onto something with his suggestion that simply denouncing the government should morph into mutual denouncement for people who wish to opt out. Now that Canada's government has admitted it's genocide it will soon find itself being handed a bill for reconciliation the price of which may be so high on top of everything else that our taxes either go thru the roof or our services go in the toilet or both.  Soon you'll be demanding the Brits and the Pope pay their share too. 

I'll take my chances with the Nuu-Chah-Nulth.