Author Topic: Canadian-Aboriginal Culture  (Read 7694 times)

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Offline Queefer Sutherland

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Re: Canadian-Aboriginal Culture
« Reply #225 on: June 12, 2021, 11:32:14 pm »
Just like it was in 1867, even more so from a1st Nations perspective.
More of the same. How do you like it so far? Wait until the 70th mass grave is unearthed and feeling like **** and looking like real **** becomes normal.

I don't think any of us should be surprised by these mass unmarked graves.  We've already known this happened a lot.  It's like all of a sudden this has become real for a lot of people.  Why do we need unmarked graves to be discovered to know what we already know and cause outrage?  We should already be outraged.

You figure citizen's assemblies are dictators by default or something?  Slogging thru questions like your's is why this will take a hundred years.

Democracy is annoying sometimes yes.  If you're going to change the entire political system there will be questions.

I'm saying if our policy makers are random then so will our policy.  There will be no voting and no input from the public.  People will be powerless, and public opinion won't sway policy makers because they aren't elected.

Also, do you think 100 years ago citizen assemblies would have treated residential schools any differently than MP's did?  I doubt it.  It's not like MP's were more racist than the general public back then.
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