Globalist and Indigenous

The predicament of indigenous “First Nations” peoples in 21st century Canada…

It seems to be a bit of a difficult position to grasp within the prevailing culturo-political paradigm. It is certainly something that requires a bit of chewing, but it is actually quite simple and requires awareness of only a few basic facts…

1) The U.N.’s Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples does not acknowledge ethnic Europeans as being indigenous to Europe.

2) The people that make-up and back the U.N. are a dominant force in the politics of the Western world.

3) The political establishment of Canada, all major parties included, has announced it’s support of what has long been called the “Century Initiative”, which seeks to raise Canada’s population to 100 million by the end of the century.

4) This increase of some 65 million people to our current population of 35 million is to be achieved predominantly via immigration (from non-Commonwealth, non-European nations).

Ironically, depending on how much one knows about European history and the degree to which they “connect” with the history of their own ancestry, present day Europe is the canary in the coal mine regarding the ultimate fate of indigenous peoples in the globalist (aka post-national, aka. colonial) world of tomorrow.

Our First Nations are being tossed bones, strung along with rhetoric, and seeded with racial fear, hatred, and division. And Founding Nations are taking the agitation bait and playing right into the globalist hands. As all of our problems, as Canadians, compound.

Think twice, my friends. It’s a complex predicament, with no clear and easy answers for those who value both their cultural ethnic identity and the cultural diversity that has existed, globally, from time immemorial.

Globalism is rebranded colonialism. Same as ever.

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