‘Chiefs Want The Drug Money’

Aboriginals don’t have “territories”. This land is now Canada! Enough ‘special treatment’. It’s time for the Canadian government to reassert Canadian sovereignty and end this nonsense…

“The next federal government needs to amend the ‘Cannabis Act’ so ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal tribes} can have jurisdiction over the industry on ‘their territories’, to seize its economic potential and avoid potential conflicts, according to some ‘indigenous’ {aboriginal} leaders. 

“‘First Nations’ {aboriginal tribes} were left out of the jurisdictional equation when the ‘Liberal’ government passed its cannabis law, which put regulation of distribution and retail in the hands of the provinces while Ottawa oversees production.

“This left them ‘at the mercy’ of provincial decisions {Just like all other Canadians!} when it came to opening dispensaries on reserve — a situation rejected by many Bands who see provincial governments as interlopers in a ‘Nation-to-‘nation’ relationship they believe should be strictly with Ottawa.
{THESE are the people who need to be given a reality check!}

“Alderville ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 1,189 people} Chief Dave Mowat, whose community near Peterborough, Ont. has 13 unlicensed cannabis shops, said the next federal government needs to empower Band councils.

There has to be a political will to amend the [‘Cannabis Act’] so we can have a firmer footing, one that recognizes our jurisdiction and recognizes who we are“,
he said.
{This is the foolishness that must be ended once and for all!}

“Mowat said he worries that the status quo would lead to police action and conflict.

I don’t want to see a raid happen on the reserve. Someone will get hurt if that happens“, 
he said.
There are sizeable investments that have been made in some of these shops that could lead to serious altercations if that happens.” 

{This is a threat that needs to be investigated by police. The “sizeable investments” were illegal and those in other Canadian communities have had their property seized without any violence. What makes aboriginals think they have a right to respond physically to law enforcement? No more aboriginal privilege!}

“Mowat, who was elected in July, said his Band council is working on a law to regulate the industry in the community.

“In Mowat’s view, the province has no jurisdiction on his ‘First Nation’ {!}. He said their law will be as strong or stronger than Ontario’s…

“Several ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal communities} across the country are drafting or have passed their own cannabis laws, but it remains unclear whether they’ll be able to enforce them.

“Chief Scott McLeod of Nipissing ‘First Nation’ {a ‘nation’ of 2,808 people}, near North Bay, Ont. said the next federal government can’t drag its feet on the issue because community members will lose patience.

My political capital with our own ‘nation’ {small community} members is going to wear thin and it may be the tobacco scenario all over again“,
{Run by aboriginal organized crime…}

he said, referring to Ottawa’s decades-long battle with ‘First Nations’ over cigarette taxes — which led to multiple raids in the 1990s and the criminalization of untaxed tobacco sales under the Harper government.

Again, Canada and the provinces will have put First Nations behind the eight-ball“,
he said…
{A typical lack of accountability – blaming others for the criminality in aboriginal communities…}

“There have been several raids on dispensaries on or near reserves this year in Ontario. Most were in ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal communities} with one or two dispensaries. The latest was earlier this month in Wahnapitae, about 45 kilometres north of Sudbury, where the Anishinabek Police Service raided two shops.

“As of May of this year, there were about 79 unlicensed dispensaries in 23 ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal communities} across the province, according to an Ontario Provincial Police presentation posted on the website of the Association of Municipal Managers, Clerks and Treasurers of Ontario.

“That same presentation, however, acknowledges that ‘First Nations’ have certain {court-fabricated, racist}sovereign rights” and that band councils direct “enforcement actions“…”
{And that’s called ‘Race Based Law’…}

–‘Next federal government needs to amend Cannabis Act, say First Nation chiefs’,
Jorge Barrera, CBC News, Sept. 29, 2019
https://www.cbc.ca/news/indigenous/cannabis-first-nations-laws-1.5299972
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Band Revenue” from “Band Corporations” falls outside the Indian Act regulated reporting. “Band Revenue” from cannibas is a cash cow for #INACchiefs. Just look at my Williams Lake Indian Band’ “Indigenous Bloom“.
–Arnie TreTre
https://www.facebook.com/groups/131914117438231/permalink/440924286537211/?comment_id=440945493201757

The Pot Shoppe advertises its wares in Tyendinaga, near Kingston, Ont. (Jorge Barrera – CBC)

See also: 
Unfair Commercial Advantage {July 25, 2019}:
“Lawless Mohawks are back at it again. Here’s yet another of the many negative side effects caused by a country using Race Based Law:
A Kingston, Ont., pot grower says competition from unregulated cannabis shops on a nearby ‘First Nation’ {aboriginal reserve} have made it all but impossible for would-be entrepreneurs to compete in the legal marketplace. Since the arrival of legalized pot in Canada last October, dozens of ‘unregulated’ {illegal} pot shops have sprouted up on Tyendinaga Mohawk ‘Territory’…
https://endracebasedlaw.ca/2019/07/25/unfair-commercial-advantage/

Pot and Segregation’ (Special Reserve Rules) {Aug.28, 2019}:
Once again, our flawed Constitution forces an inevitable result:
‘Government working on Segregated marijuana rules’…
The federal government’s lead minister on the cannabis file has been in talks with ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} leaders over how to carve out ‘First Nations’ {aboriginal} jurisdiction over the cannabis industry on ‘their territories’ {Their only ‘territories’ are the reserves, and even those are owned by the Canadian gov’t…}.”
https://endracebasedlaw.ca/2019/08/28/pot-and-segregation/

https://www.facebook.com/ENDRACEBASEDLAWDailyNewsCanada/posts/2345937525734829

Segregated Pot Laws?{May 14, 2018}:
Marijuana legalization should be put off until First Nations tax sharing worked out: Senate committee
“There’s no need to put anything off. Commercial cannabis was not a part of their traditional lifestyle. Nor are they entitled to any of the tax revenue…”
https://endracebasedlawcanadanews.wordpress.com/2018/05/14/segregated-pot-laws/
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