Canadian military must learn more about Aboriginal history: Indigenous ceremony organizer

An organizer of the Aboriginal ceremony in Halifax disrupted by off-duty members of the Armed Forces on Canada Day says she is glad the military has apologized but she also wants a public acknowledgment that much of the East Coast is unceded Mi’kmaq territory.

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  • PaulW

    And after these demands are met, we’ll be quiet … until our next set of demands. How about 1 million in compensatory cash for every person with a Native Card? And maybe a new sports car for each as well, just as a goodwill gesture. And heated indoor swimming pools would be kind of nice as well ….

    • I’m in, Pip says he’s native!

      • Shebel

        My wife is part Native but I have noticed of late that she is become –
        More ‘savage’ .

      • Pip is his slave name.

        His real name is “Dances With Ham”.

        • Shebel

          I thought it was “Lion of the Hearth”.

    • Observer

      Who does she think she is a Muslim, demanding her yearly jizya tax against the nonbelievers?

  • Drunk_by_Noon

    Your Indians up there are such assholes.

    • Martin B

      They are rewarded for their assholery by our government and our media.

    • Tom Forsythe

      Just the professional ones. Normal Indians are normal.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        #NotAllIndians?
        I assume that the professional Indians couldn’t exist without the wider support most of the “normal” Indians.

        • Tom Forsythe

          I make a distinction between people of Aboriginal descent who have integrated into Canadian culture, and those who live on reserves and complain about “colonization.”

        • Alain

          Their existence is thanks to the Indian Act and all government policies flowing from it more than to the rest of the Indians.

    • Shebel

      Yes they are much more confident of themselves in Canada.
      We tried to remove their Culture and their Pride.

      Unlike the out right genocide and slaughter in the USA.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        Thank God for that.
        I think that level of ‘little to no compromise’ with the native heathens is one of the things that makes America great.
        Don’t you agree?

        • Shebel

          No.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Because our Indians never committed slaughter or genocide themselves, right?
            Only ‘white people’ did that stuff, right?

          • Shebel

            No.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Then just who do you think you are signaling your virtue to?
            You unfairly accused my country of “out right genocide and slaughter” while ignoring atrocities committed by Indians.
            You know, a very wise woman once said “it’s not genocide if your people are still here to bitch about it”.

          • Shebel

            So much for the holocaust ?

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Of course not.
            And maybe if that memory has any meaning beyond a bumper sticker maybe you should think twice of accusing America of being a nation founded in genocide instead of being the only country that saved your people from an ACTUAL genocide at the hands of the Nazis.
            Funny how that works!

          • Shebel

            I was only speaking about the Natives.
            No need to get get nasty.

          • Shebel

            Do you extrapolate much ?

  • …And anyone with a trace of Neanderthal genetic traces (there are many!) should get a stipend from the “all Homo Sapiens” dominated culture- especially the female identifying ones! OOO, OOO! and while we’re at it, all the “Mickey Mackie” descendants should be able to sue the Iroquois descendants for war reparations. Let’s not forget the families of the sacrifice victims of the Aztec, Mayans, Sioux, Cree and, and, and…,

  • Mark Matis

    Kill these bastards and be done with it. Give them the same justice they gave to the people who were here before them, who they murdered to the last man, woman, and child.

    Wipe this sewage from the face of the earth like we should have done the first time.

  • LauraS

    “..much of the East coast is CONQUERED Mi’kmaq territory.”

    Fixed it for her.

  • Raymond Hietapakka

    …I’m a forest-kinda fella, and something that annoys me is what LITTLE / NO information there is out there regarding the Pre-Columbian lifestyle for me to incorporate…had to watch a colonial cracker cooking video to find out about Parched Corn…Learn more? Show me something in print.

  • ontario john

    Well, that should be easy for the Royal Military College, which I found out by experienced, is full of instructors that hate our military and Western values. Perhaps they could teach how our indian allies in the War of 1812 scalped and tortured American prisoners, or how peaceful indians burned Jesuit priests at the stake.

    • Jabberwokk

      Or they could teach them that they have been savaging each other from tribe to tribe until the biggest tribe “The Europeans” ended this conflict once and for all. Tell them to face it; The “white man” (as they describe it) won a game where everyone in the world was a willing participant.

  • Jabberwokk

    I stand with the Canadian Military.

  • Editor

    There are very few people on this planet that can tell me what I “must” do, and Chief Grizzly Mama you’re not one of them! I am sick and tired of these self-appointed SJW scolds.

  • Tom Forsythe
  • Shebel

    Was the Black guy in the Hoody adopted by the tribe ?

  • Once one apologises to these @$$holes, it never stops.

    • Alain

      Apologies = more money.

  • canminuteman

    It is in fact ceded territory since we did sign treaties with them. They sure are xenophobic aren’t they. Not too much into the ol’ multiculturalism and tolerance.

    • Shebel

      Sore losers are often winners.

  • Shebel

    I just can’t figure out the “Darkie in the Hoodie”.
    Is’ Black Lives Matter’ going to take over “Native Pride” ?

    They already are starting to control ‘Gay Pride ‘.

    Geeze—-Natives—- not good.