About that commie land acknowledgement now ubiquitous at Canadian institutions

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Lindsay gets a couple of things wrong though. The Amer-Indians were catastrophically non-friendly to the environment. All neolithic ways of life are. They hunted species to extinction because they never developed animal husbandry or refrigeration. Look up the sacred Indian hunting grounds, “Head smashed in”.

Also because the land acknowledgement to a tribe is, well bullish*t. They hunted each other at genocidal levels.

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5 Replies to “About that commie land acknowledgement now ubiquitous at Canadian institutions”

  1. Elizabeth Warren Falls Back on the One Drop Rule

    Innit curious how supposed anti-racists on the Left yust as cheerfully resort to one of the Jim Crow era’s most bigoted laws. What’s next? Quadroons? Octoroons?

    Lest we forget, Elizabeth Warren is only a media darling of the moment. One far more famous than her fell back upon the One Drop Rule to legitimize his standing as a negro when he is, first and foremost, a mulatto. That would be 0bama and his unabashed pandering to America’s Black community—whose Middle Class ranks were decimated during 0bama’s watch.

    Much like Antifa’s loving embrace of fascism, this too-frequent and willing moral inversion by the Left epitomizes the obscene flexibility of their “ends justifies the means” mentality. None of which bodes particularly well if there emerges a much-desired trend towards transparency and accountability.

  2. Elisabeth Warren is a typical leftist trying to steal ancestry to get votes, I have two Cherokee ancestors (one on each side of my family) from the 1830s and I wouldn’t think of claiming to be a Cherokee with that small amount of ancestry. Warren is as bad as what’s her name that claimed to be Black. Shame and shun both of them.

    I don’t know what tribes make up the Six Nations but if they were part of the Iroquois Confederation they were part of a very nasty group of conquerors who were so nasty that the Delaware Tribe changed its name in the hopes that the Whites in the Colony founded by Delaware would protect them.

  3. Quote: “The Amer-Indians were catastrophically non-friendly to the environment. All neolithic ways of life are. They hunted species to extinction because they never developed animal husbandry or refrigeration. Look up the sacred Indian hunting grounds, “Head smashed in”.”
    That goes for ALL so called “noble savages”. The Australian aborigines( initially the 1st wave and then the 2nd wave as they had wiped out the 1st wave on the mainland) created Australia’s greatest ecological disaster when their fire hunting(light a fire and eat whatever is too slow to escape) destroyed ALL of the rainforest on the rivers and creeks of southern escarpment of the Northern Territory drying them all up and dropping the water table markedly and this caused the loss of the great Inland Sea. In Tasmania where the 1st wave survived,. every wilderness valley is full of dreadful(for passage)button grass while gorges are full of almost impenetrable horizontal scrub and scoparia. All three are the result of constant fire hunting. One of the classical green comments is that all over Australia bush fires are needed as there is so much leaf debris. The irony here is that this situation has been created by fire hunting as eucalypts(and the others) are the only ones that can survive such fires as all others have been wiped out. In other words fire has selected the flora most suited to it. Noble Savages? My ****!

  4. That goes for ALL so called “noble savages”.

    The myth of the “Noble Savage” is one of the most destructive there is as it defocuses emphasis upon the achievements of modern humanity. Smoke and mirrors.

  5. When I was in 3rd grade I fell off a jungle gym and crushed my left arm. I spent many weeks in the hospital and, during that time my mother brought me books to read. One of them was the history of Long Island, NY. Having nothing better to do I tore into this tomb and found it fascinating. To make a long story short, the native americans exploited their area until the waters and game were played out and their garbage became oppressive. And then they moved on. This book tracked native Americans around Long Island in a rather comprehensive way based mainly on their garbage piles. I was fascinated by this book, obviously, as I can remember it to this day.
    Today I live in what was once Setalcott indian territory. This land was purchased fair and square by English settlers from the indians and not for a bunch of beads but for real money. It was a binding contract that both sides abided by. We are the home to George Washington’s spy network among other colonial happenings.
    Native Americans were not “ecologists.” They were traveling opportunists. The modern narrative doesn’t want you to know that.

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