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Offline Queefer Sutherland

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Re: Canadian-Aboriginal Culture
« Reply #165 on: June 08, 2021, 02:18:46 pm »
There are hundreds of unsettled land claims in Canada. This is happening right now. Or remember the settler violence against the Mi'kmaq fisheries last year that took place while the RCMP looked on?

Stolen people, stolen land, it's all the same issue and neither is close to being resolved so, again, expecting people to just give up and move on is an exceedingly privileged position to take.

I never said for people to give up on land claims.  As I've said, justice should be served.

This week the statue of Ryerson at Ryerson University was toppled by protestors.  Behind the statue they spray-painted "Go Home!  Back where you came from. Me and my girls hate colonizers".  This kind of useless hatred is what I'm talking about.  Nobody is "going back home".  Canada has been colonized so we need to learn to live together while giving justice to those wronged.  Lots of #CancelCanadaDay hashtags are going around too, it's not productive, in fact its counter-productive and divisive.  You can celebrate your country while also condemning parts of its past or present.
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