‘End the Charade’

‘Cha·rade’ (Shəˈrād): “An absurd pretense intended to create a pleasant or respectable appearance.” and “Something that is done in order to pretend something is true, when it really isn’t.” 

“The drums continue to beat hard all over North America for “Native Rights”, a code-phrase for ambitions to claim vast tracts of land — up to 85% of some provinces — ‘natives’ say was wrongly appropriated. Unless it is stopped, millions of us will soon have new ‘landlords’… Many of these claims are being settled administratively, or in quiet courtrooms out of the public eye. No public consultation. No means of protest. 

“What frame of mind could make possible, even thinkable, this legal dislodging of a conquering, settled nation? …In part, this flood of (tax-funded) claims has been created with the help of ecology-minded liberal lawyers who seek forcibly to recreate what they imagine was a superior, more “spiritual” communal society ruined by nasty Europeans when, with their evil sense of private property, they stomped on all those peaceful, happy, sharing Indian tribes.

“But as Professor Brian Lee Crowley explains in “Road To Equity”, this is a myth that happens to blend nicely with the post-196O’s middle-class fantasy of

“living in accord with nature, away from city, factory and office, being able to share rather than compete, enjoying a way of life in common with their fellows”.

“Stewart Brand, an environmental catastrophist in the obvious grip of a death wish, actually wrote in ‘Whole Earth Catalogue’,

“We have wished, we eco-freaks, for a disaster or for social change to bomb us into the stone age, where we might live like Indians in our valley…guilt free at last.”

“Indians, guilt free?

“For a sobering education on some of the all-too familiar human foibles of native peoples of the world, including their practices of infanticide, wife abuse, torture, human sacrifice, cannibalism, and slavery, read UCLA Professor Robert Edgerton’s “Sick Societies”. {“Edgerton challenges the notion that primitive societies were happy and healthy before they were corrupted and oppressed by colonialism. He surveys a range of ethnographic writings, and shows that many of these so-called innocent societies were cruel, confused and misled.”

“It certainly comes as a shock that many tribes, such as the California Chumash and the Kwakiutl of British Columbia, kept, traded, and often ate, large numbers of slaves. 

{What Happened To The ‘Neutrals’?{August 22, 2016}: https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2016/08/23/what-happened-to-the-neutrals/ } 


“Most natives had a well-defined sense of property, harsh laws against theft, and kept a whole warring class to protect their well-defined territory. And native groups such as the Five Nations of the Iroquois did a lot of subduing of their own. In “The Iroquois Book of The Great Law” (1916), by A.C. Parker {https://archive.org/stream/constitutionoffi00parkuoft/constitutionoffi00parkuoft_djvu.txt }, we read that their approved method for forging what they cheerfully termed “The Great Peace” of the Iroquois, was to visit all non-conforming tribes, and

“club the chief to death”.

“In this manner, wrote Parker,

“every rebellious tribe or nation, almost without exception, was either exterminated or absorbed.”

“It was plain old massacre.

“Such confusion is likely why {B.C.} Chief Justice Allan McEachern ruled in 1991 that all aboriginal property rights, even if they ever existed, were “extinguished” at the time of settlement by Europeans. This is what most of us would conclude is the normal aftermath of any conquest.

“But other judges have disagreed, arguing for two equal sets of rights. However, no federal system can exist which encourages equal authorities for competing rights to its lands, for this unleashes a domino effect of disastrous consequences. 


“The hidden disaster behind the native rights ruse, however, is that hundreds of thousands of native citizens — women in particular — are going to be re-subjected to a new and oppressive radical tribalism camouflaged under ‘self-government’, against which they will have no meaningful appeal. For the general public, this gets buried by ‘Indo-babblers’ who say the native concept of ownership is simply incompatible with “Eurocentric” Western assumptions.

“So, a lot of gaga modernists and New Agers are busily promoting nativist theology.

“In 2009, on Canada Day, the ‘Toronto Star’ ran a special section called “Earth Spirit Day”, showing a full-dress Brave in front of his teepee, inviting other Canadians to participate in “Earth Worship”.

“We were asked to worship stones, lakes and trees… This is old paganism resurgent, a direct assault on the Judeo-Christian worldview. Soften the mind, before you grab the land.

“On a recent bicycle trip around Ontario’s beautiful Muskoka area, I saw the Mohawk flag flying over a number of houses. The official road signs that used to say “Mohawk Reserve”, now say “Mohawk Territory”. 


“Well, this might be a lot easier to accept if it weren’t that Canada’s…’natives’ are among the most highly-subsidized people on earth…

There is something repugnant about the idea of financing our own internal takeover {!}.

“Without any permission asked, in May of 1993 Canadians quietly surrendered their sovereignty over a million square miles (!) of their own northland — now renamed “Nunavut” — to 15,000 mostly-Inuit people, who will have their own government, living in what columnist Trevor Lautens aptly described as “Affirmative Apartheid“.

“Write to your Member of Parliament.

“Say you want ‘nunavit’.”

–‘Our Home Or Native Land?’,
William Gairdner



It testifies to global political and cultural progress that no regime today officially promotes the segregation of different races — that is, except when it comes to various ‘self-government’ initiatives concerning aboriginal peoples

“The tactics of confusing physical differences with species differentiation, the concern with the preservation of culture through racial segregation, and the linking of racial hierarchies to some kind of dictate from “the Creator”, become disturbingly familiar when one views a number of arguments put forth to justify ‘self-government’. 

In an attempt to channel the resentment that already exists in aboriginal communities toward the “white man”, some aboriginal leaders have argued that natives should remain spiritually and culturally “pure” by developing separate institutions and “ways of life” (cf. the “Record of the Two Row Wampum Belt”). 


“An extreme example of this reasoning emerged in a court case in 1993, where three Alberta Indian Bands sued the federal government, to prevent members who had been historically deprived of their Indian status from rejoining the band.

“To justify this exclusion, the Bands maintained that giving status to others would destroy the cultural integrity of their communities. Chief Wayne Roan of the Ermineskine Band explained:

“The moose and elk do not mate, that is the natural law… Our elders have always said that Cree should marry Cree, to preserve the culture and way of life.”

The similarity of this argument to fascist doctrine was not lost on the judge who heard the case. At the time, Federal Court Justice Frank Muldoon maintained that Roan’s statements embodied “racism and apartheid”. He argued that societies everywhere experience a loss of culture when they come in contact with others, and that an attempt to exclude people on the basis of blood was indicative of fascist politics.

“Judge Muldoon’s articulation of the political implications of Roan’s arguments, however, was not appreciated by his superiors {!?!}. The ‘Canadian Judicial Council’ criticized him for using

“unnecessarily disparaging and offensive language {???} about aboriginal peoples”.

“It then went on to state that

“your use of needlessly-inflammatory, derogatory and culturally-insensitive language {???} … leaves the impression that you used your office to express your personal opinion in relation to aboriginal ‘rights’.”

“According to the council, Muldoon’s “references to such emotive terms as ‘fascism’, ‘racism’ and ‘apartheid'” were ‘unacceptable’ {even if true} because they

“have the effect of further alienating aboriginal peoples from the Canadian judiciary.”


That the ‘Canadian Judicial Council’ was more concerned about “alienating aboriginal peoples from the Canadian judiciary” than in rejecting fascist, racist and segregationist attitudes, is indicative of the acceptance of the ‘Eleventh Commandment’ {“Thou Shall Not Say No To An ‘Indian’”}

“Such a climate assumes that all criticism of aboriginal policy, no matter how justified, is “colonialist” or “culturally insensitive”. The ideas expressed by {Chief} Roan would be intolerable if a non-aboriginal person were expressing them. But because of Roan’s aboriginal identity, the ‘Eleventh Commandment’ leads to an acceptance of his ‘rationale’ {‘racism’}, since to do otherwise would be interpreted as a rejection of aboriginal aspirations.

Supporters of ‘self-government’ also attempt to evade the racially-exclusionary character of the aboriginal leadership’s demands, by maintaining that aboriginal groups constitute a cultural identification that is not based on race.

But such a view ignores that aboriginal culture is rooted in the kinship group, where blood ties bind a community together, making it fundamentally exclusive… This means that aboriginal politics shares a fundamental characteristic with racist world views — it actively excludes those who do not share a biological relationship with the group.

“This characteristic of self-government was recognized by the Canadian philosopher Charles Taylor — even when he was trying to refute the charge that aboriginal politics are racist {!?!}. According to Taylor, an important characteristic of ‘self-government’ is that

“certain powers…will be given to a group that is defined by descent; that is, a group that others can’t join at will”{!}.

“Although Chief Roan expressed his opinions more candidly than most aboriginal leaders would dare, the pervasive attempts at connecting “ancestry” with “land” comes very close to the fascist conception of “Blut und Boden” (“Blood and Soil”) {See below…}.

All claims to aboriginal self-government, like all ethnically-based forms of nationalism, have racist tendencies because they…grant privileges on the basis of ancestral connections.

“This is contrary to the modern understanding of democracy and human rights, upon which countries such as Canada are based… 


“The tribal basis of politics in aboriginal communities, therefore, is incompatible with modern values because it is exclusive, rather than inclusive; concerned with ancestral privilege rather than equal citizenship under the law; and ‘Reactionary’, rather than ‘Progressive’..

“Although the Canadian public is supportive of the aboriginal movement because it purports to represent marginalized members of society, it is important to recognize that — as anthropologist John Price pointed out —

“The demands made by activists on behalf of Indians often conflict with general Canadian values and cultural features. The fundamentals of democratic life, the separation of religion and politics, industrialization, urbanization, and policies universally applicable to the whole citizenry are among the particular points of friction”.

–Frances Widdowson & Albert Howard,
“Self-Government: An Inherent Right to Tribal Dictatorships”,
in “Disrobing the Aboriginal Industry” (p.106-109)



“‘Blood and Soil’ (German: ‘Blut und Boden’) refers to an ideology that focuses on ethnicity based on two factors: descent blood (of a ‘Folk’, {‘Tribe’}), and homeland (‘Soil’). It celebrates the relationship of a people to the land they occupy and cultivate…

“Richard Walther Darré popularized the phrase at the time of the rise of ‘Nazi’ Germany; he wrote a book called ‘Neuadel aus Blut und Boden’ (‘A New Nobility Based On Blood And Soil’) in 1930…

“Darré was an influential member of the Nazi party…one of the party’s chief “race theorists”…

“The unity of blood and soil must be restored,” proclaimed Darré…

“This infamous phrase denoted a quasi-mystical connection between ‘blood’ (the race or ‘Volk’) and ‘soil’ (the land and the natural environment), specific to Germanic {tribes} peoples…

German blood, in other words, engendered an exclusive claim to the sacred German soil{Sound familiar…?}

“The doctrine not only called for a “back to the land” approach and re-adoption of rural values; it held that German land was bound, perhaps mystically, to German blood… 

Early Germanic warriors. Ariovistus’ Suebi were one of the most aggressive Germanic tribes (Artwork by G. Rava)
Early Germanic warriors. Ariovistus’ Suebi were one of the most aggressive Germanic tribes (Artwork by G. Rava)

“This would also lead them to understand the natural order better {‘Environmental Guardians’}

“Carl Schmitt argued that a people would develop laws appropriate to its “blood and soil” because authenticity required loyalty to the ‘Volk’ {Tribe} over abstract universals {like ‘democracy’, ‘human rights’, etc.}

Wandervogel (schoenhengstgau.eu-archiv)
Wandervogel (schoenhengstgau.eu-archiv)

“The chief vehicle for carrying this ideological constellation to prominence was the youth movement… Also known as the ‘Wandervögel’ (which translates roughly as ‘wandering free spirits’), the youth movement was a hodge-podge of counter-cultural elements, blending neo-Romanticism, Eastern philosophies, nature mysticism, hostility to reason, and a strong communal impulse in a confused but no less ardent search for authentic, non-alienated social relations {Once again – sound familiar?}

“Their ‘back-to-the-land’ emphasis spurred a passionate sensitivity to the natural world and the damage it suffered. They have been aptly characterized as ‘right-wing hippies‘, for although some sectors of the movement gravitated toward various forms of emancipatory politics (though usually shedding their environmentalist trappings in the process), most of the ‘Wandervögel’ were eventually absorbed by the Nazis…

“The National Socialist “religion of nature”, as one historian has described it, was a volatile admixture of primeval teutonic nature mysticism, pseudo-scientific ecology, irrationalist anti-humanism, and a mythology of racial salvation through a return to the land…”



See also:
‘DEMOCRACY AND TRIBALISM’ {June 20, 2015}: https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2015/06/20/democracy-and-tribalism/

‘Who Owns British Columbia?’ {July 22, 2016}: https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2016/07/22/who-owns-british-columbia/

‘Mea Maxima Culpa: The Ruse of Political Apologies’ {February 5, 2016}:
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