Less than one month ago, four women from Saskatchewan decided to take initiative and raise awareness on a recent legislative attack on First Nations people by creating the idle no more movement. They are trying to raise awareness about bill C-45, a bill that was introduced by the Canadian government on October 18th. The bill brings changes to the Indian Act, it takes power away from First Nations and puts it into the hands of the Canadian Government. It actually lowers the threshold of community consent in the surrender and designation process of Indian Reserve Lands. That doesn’t make any sense does it? What right does the government have to make changes to the Indian Act without even consulting the First Nations? We are talking about thousands upon thousands of acres, as well as thousands of lakes and rivers. We all know that multinational corporations dictate what governments do, in this case it involves mining, oil, and pipelines.
Having lived on a reserve for 1 year, I know there is heavy interest for the accumulation of land by outside interests. First Nations members have even been killed for protesting against it. They dump toxic chemicals into the water and completely destroy the environment and the people living around it. This bill passed is being used to justify development which in turn will lead to environmental degradation, the ripple effects will continue to affect First Nation populations, the Earth and wildlife around these areas. It’s no coincidence that in the early 1900’s, the Canadian residential school program was directed and operated by the department of mines and natural resources, in conjunction with the church. People seem to forget that North America had a holocaust too, and that the struggle and voice of First Nations has been purposely suppressed. Acquisition of land, resources and it’s people was the goal of many families when it comes to First Nations. The Rothschild family for example, they have been involved with resource interest here, as well as the depopulation of first nations. It’s no coincidence that young Mr. Nat Rothschild is heavily involved with the Barrick Gold corporation, and so is John Thornton, former Goldman Sachs chief executive. What we are seeing with bill C-45 are corporate interests that dictate moves made by the government, they are all within the pyramid control structure we see on the planet today.
The implementation of this bill violates the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. I am not surprised here, as the same families responsible for a large amount of funding toward the creation of the UN are the same ones that own big oil, mining, and energy companies. Companies such as Barrick Gold (mentioned earlier) or the Rockefeller Hughes Corporation. This bill does not honor the treaties or indigenous sovereignty because the federal government did not adequately consult with First Nations before implementing the legislation.
The government also changes the Navigable Waters Protection Act. This is 130 years old and was responsible for the protection of thousands of Canadian lakes and rivers. The government argues that changes were required to begin necessary infrastructure projects along waterways. In other words, big business interests. You can rest assured that multinational (Canadian) oil, gas and mining corporations are involved here. But what about the environment? Bill C-45 isn’t just an attack on First Nations, it’s an attack on our planet.
The idle no more movement is one that should be supported world wide. It’s time for humans of all races to come together as one. We are ONE human race, all interconnected. We are calling for global change en masse, we are the ones we have been waiting for.
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