‘Deviating From The Narrative’

In politically-correct Canada, it is not allowed for a public official – particularly one running for Prime Minister – to disagree with ANY aspect of the aboriginal narrative:

“‘Conservative’ Leader Andrew Scheer said Thursday that his party can’t support a United Nations Declaration on ‘Indigenous’ Rights because it could let “one group of individuals” hold resource projects “hostage”.
{But it was the ‘Conservative’ Party under Stephen Harper who signed this ridiculous document and put Canada in this position!}

“During the first leaders’ debate, ‘Green’ Leader Elizabeth May pressed Scheer on why ‘Conservative’ Senators blocked a bill that would have ensured Canada’s laws to be in harmony with UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP).

{Because even a prominent aboriginal activist admitted it was impossible:
UNDR‘I’P Unworkable{May 15, 2017}:
“Even for a government with a disproportionate aboriginal influence, implementing the foolish ‘United Nations Declaration on the Rights of {so-called} ‘Indigenous’ Peoples’ {UNDR‘I’P} is proving to be a political and economic impossibility.”
https://saynotosegregationblog.wordpress.com/2017/05/15/undrip-unworkable/ }

“The bill, introduced by {aboriginal activist} N‘D’P MP Romeo Saganash, was tabled three years ago and died after failing to pass the Senate in June. {Sore loser} Saganash said the ‘Conservative’ Senators’ stalling of the bill amounted to “institutional bigotry”.

“Scheer said Thursday that ‘Conservatives’ had “very important reasons” to block Bill C-262. One provision of UNDRIP states resource projects can only go ahead if ‘Indigenous’ {which Canadian aboriginals aren’t!} groups give their “free, prior and informed” consent.

That means that we would have tremendous uncertainty”,
Scheer said.
It means that if some ‘indigenous’ {he means ‘aboriginal’} communities want a project to proceed, they would be vetoed if there were some that were opposing.

“He later said he supported other parts of the bill.

There are many laudable goals within this piece of legislation {?}, many things that a ‘Conservative’ government will support {! Danger ahead} … But we cannot create a system in this country where one group of individuals, one ‘indigenous’ {‘aboriginal’} community, can hold hostage large projects that employ so many ‘indigenous’ {‘aboriginal’} Canadians.”
{What about other Canadian workers?}

“Both May and N‘D’P Leader Jagmeet Singh took issue with Scheer’s answer.

The language you are using shows no respect”,
the {American} ‘Green’ leader said.

You can’t treat ‘indigenous’ {she means ‘aboriginal’}nations’ {‘extended families’} as though they are an interest group or a lobby {?}. The rights that they have in the Constitution and which we as federal leaders share a responsibility to protect … require a rootedness in territory.”

“Whether certain groups support the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline or not doesn’t change the fact that the territories of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waututh peoples would be destroyed if the project resulted in even one oil leak, May said.
{Complete and utter hysterical nonsense…}

“Singh called Scheer’s language
incredibly disrespectful off the top”.

“The N‘D’P leader said it’s better for businesses if ‘indigenous’ {he means ‘aboriginal’} ‘nations’ {‘extended families’} are truly involved in decision-making and have the right to say “yes” or “no” to developments on their {claimed former} territory.

‘Partnership’ is the only way forward.”

“After the debate, Scheer was asked by HuffPost Canada if he regretted using the phrase “hold hostage” to describe ‘indigenous’ {‘aboriginal’} opposition to resource projects. He did not directly answer the question…

“Singh slammed Scheer for another one of his answers on ‘indigenous’ {‘aboriginal’} issues earlier in the debate.

“All three leaders were asked if they would accept a recent Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruling that found the federal government “recklessly” underfunded child welfare services on reserves. The ruling awarded $2 billion in compensation for affected families. Previous governments under ‘Liberal’ Leader Justin Trudeau and former ‘Conservative’ prime minister Stephen Harper spent millions of dollars in court to fight earlier rulings on the matter.

“Scheer would not say whether he would accept the ruling or appeal it in court. He said that the federal government has a “unique {segregationist} responsibility” to ‘indigenous’ {‘aboriginal’} people and a ‘Conservative’ government would make sure they have

the exact same opportunities that every single other Canadian has”.

“A ‘Conservative’ government would focus on “practical things that can alleviate the present challenges that are facing ‘indigenous’ {‘aboriginal’} Canadians”,
he said, listing examples like creating jobs and ending boil-water advisories on reserves.

“Singh said Scheer’s answer on the court ruling was “not surprising” but still “appalling”. A federal N‘D’P government would never fight such a ruling, Singh said.

I want to make it very clear: Yes, a New ‘Democratic’ government would accept the ruling”,
he said.
At a minimum, we shouldn’t be taking ‘indigenous’ {‘aboriginal’} kids to court.”

“May also said she would accept the ruling. ‘Liberal’ leader Justin Trudeau did not attend the debate, which was hosted by Maclean’s and CityTV in Toronto.”

{PPC leader Maxime Bernier was undemocratically excluded from the debate. Of course, the Leftist Huffington Post didn’t even bother to report this…}

–‘Andrew Scheer Grilled For ‘Hold Hostage’ Comment About Indigenous Rights’,
Emma Paling, Huffington Post, 09/13/2019
See also:
Leading Canada Backwards’ (Election 2015) {September 12, 2015}:
“The pledges by Mulcair and Trudeau to view and negotiate with Canada’s hundreds of aboriginal bands, tribes, nations as “nation” to “nation” is either pandering at its worst, or a warning to taxpayers they do intend to literally negotiate everything with each and every aboriginal “nation” separately. Well, I guess that’s one way of creating jobs! Think of all the lawyers who will become millionaires if an NDP or Liberal government tried to keep THAT election promise.” https://www.facebook.com/ENDRACEBASEDLAW/photos/a.336196793149227.59519.332982123470694/672642106171359/?type=3

Political Parties — Green Party of Canada{March 4, 2013}:
“Our shift in attitude will mean true ‘nation-to-nation’ dialogue and negotiations. It will mean a just accommodation of Aboriginal peoples’ aspirations and an equitable sharing of Canada’s natural resources.”
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