‘Mushrooms and Aboriginal Law’

So, this extended family gets to pretend they’re a ‘nation’, issue edicts on matters that fall within provincial jurisdiction, claim an unproven ‘territory’ on Crown land…and then gets the government to actually enforce it for them???
Such is the insanity of Race Based Law…

“The ?Esdilagh ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 233 people} (Alexandria), between Quesnel and Williams Lake, is banning mushroom picking from certain parts of their {claimed} ‘traditional territory’ impacted by wildfire this past summer.

“Citing concerns over the sensitivity of the area, and past experiences with mushroom pickers, the ‘nation’ {‘extended family’} is instituting a “No Go Zone” in the region affected by the West Fraser Complex wildfire area, near the West Fraser Road. The area is slightly to the south-west of the Band, and includes the Castle Rock/Twan Lake South Wildfire area, near Tingley Lake, Twan Lake and Mcqoi Lake.

We are {self-appointed} stewards of the land and waters”,
says Chief Victor (Roy) Stump.
We expect all visitors to respect this ‘No Go Zone’ for harvesters in 2018, and the decisions of our land officers in the field.”

“Morel mushrooms – a delicacy – pop up in abundance during the spring in the year after a wildfire, growing in the places the fire has burned. The mushroom often draws traveling mushroom harvesters to wildfire-affected areas, eager to find and sell the tasty fungi.

“While the Band is banning mushroom pickers from the West Fraser Complex, they are offering permits for harvesting and camping for both mushroom pickers and buyers operating in {claimed} ?Esdilagh territory, provided they are operating in areas burned by other fires…

“…?Esdilagh instituted a ban on the moose hunt during the fall of 2017.

“Additionally, the area includes traditional burying grounds the ‘nation’ also wants to protect…
{Oh, stop it… How big can burial grounds be for an extended family?}

We have so much road access into ?Esdilagh’s {claimed} territory and we just can’t allow it to happen any more {?}. We have to step up to the plate and be the first ones to say enough is enough.”

says ?Esdilagh Band manager and mushroom committee member Chad Stump.

“In 2010, when the Meldrum Creek fire approached ?Esdilagh {claimed} territory, the Band saw mushroom pickers come the following year, creating what Stump calls a “mess”.

The fear is not that mushrooms are going to be damaged, the fear is that other people will come and make the mess and damage the already damaged habitat, and poach what moose we have left, poach animals, bring harmful substances to our communities and do these illegal activities out on the land on which we use to live.”

“Stump said the plan is to enforce the ban through an agreement they have with the RCMP and conservation officers, and that ?Esdilagh is also reaching out to the Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure.

“Chief Victor Stump is calling on the government to use the ban as an opportunity to move forward with {one-way} ‘reconciliation’ and to work together with the public and governments.
{‘Reconciliation’: Aboriginal leaders tell Canadians what to do and then get Canadians to pay for the privilege…}

“The Band is also in the planning stages of training community members as land officers, in back roads safety, first aid, approaches to dealing with certain situations, and how to guide and monitor potential pickers to areas where they ‘will be allowed’ to harvest…”

{They now make up their own laws. This would be called anarchy, but for the fact that only one race gets to do this…}

–‘Cariboo First Nation bans mushroom harvest in fire area’,
TARA SPRICKERHOFF, Vanderhoof Omineca Express, April 11, 2018

https://www.ominecaexpress.com/news/cariboo-first-nation-bans-mushroom-harvest-in-fire-area/

See also at:
Who Owns British Columbia?{July 22, 2016}:
We are the true owners of British Columbia. The Indians across the province own everything — the rivers, the trees, the bugs, the animals. You name it. Subsurface rights, the air, the rain, the whole shot. That’s what we mean when we say we have aboriginal title to the land.”
–James Gosnell, Chairman, Nisga’a Tribal Council, 1984
Quoted in “Our home OR Native Land?” Melvin H. Smith, Crown Western, Victoria (1995)
https://endracebasedlaw.wordpress.com/2016/07/22/who-owns-british-columbia/

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