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Do you support an Aboriginal State?
Yes  14%  [ 4 ]
No  76%  [ 22 ]
Undecided  0%  [ 0 ]
I don't care, one way or the other  10%  [ 3 ]
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 5:53 am
 


Work with the U.S. and Canadian governments on creating an Aboriginal State within North America for Native Americans. If not for the European colonization, aboriginals would have their own nation.

The size of the new state will depend on how many native groups decide that they want to form a new nation, as they will have to give up their current land in exchange for land in the new Aboriginal State.

Every native group will vote on whether or not they wish to join. If they do, then later they will vote on the name of the country, the type of government they wish to have, official language, and then finally have elections.

All native groups of the same ethnicity will have all their land put together to form a province within the new nation. The name of the province will be that of the groups ethnicity, and each province will keep their own customs, traditions, and language.

Every native group that chooses to stay as is, will then become normal land owners, therefore losing their native status, and having to integrate into society.

One part of North America that could easily be turned into an Aboriginal State is in Northern Canada. Northern Canada includes three territories, (Yukon, Northwest Territories, & Nunavut) with a combined population of over 100,000, with 51% of the population being Aboriginal.

Northern Canada also includes parts of the Arctic. If that were to happen, depending on the size of the new state, non-aboriginals living in any area that becomes part of the new Aboriginal State, will either be granted citizenship in the new state, while keeping their Canadian citizenship, and their property, or they will have to move.

(If it is Northern Canada, Canada will get compensation from the U.S. for each U.S. band that chooses to join.)


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 5:59 am
 


Beam me up Scotty, the drugs down here canna do the job !


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 6:03 am
 


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Beam me up Scotty, the drugs down here canna do the job !


+1 on that Martin!


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 6:05 am
 


Let them have their state, give them 5 years to implode, then annex it, then remove all compensation they had before it's creation. 8)


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Scott Yee wrote:
Work with the U.S. and Canadian governments on creating an Aboriginal State within North America for Native Americans. If not for the European colonization, aboriginals would have their own nation.

The size of the new state will depend on how many native groups decide that they want to form a new nation, as they will have to give up their current land in exchange for land in the new Aboriginal State.

Every native group will vote on whether or not they wish to join. If they do, then later they will vote on the name of the country, the type of government they wish to have, official language, and then finally have elections.

All native groups of the same ethnicity will have all their land put together to form a province within the new nation. The name of the province will be that of the groups ethnicity, and each province will keep their own customs, traditions, and language.

Every native group that chooses to stay as is, will then become normal land owners, therefore losing their native status, and having to integrate into society.

One part of North America that could easily be turned into an Aboriginal State is in Northern Canada. Northern Canada includes three territories, (Yukon, Northwest Territories, & Nunavut) with a combined population of over 100,000, with 51% of the population being Aboriginal.

Northern Canada also includes parts of the Arctic. If that were to happen, depending on the size of the new state, non-aboriginals living in any area that becomes part of the new Aboriginal State, will either be granted citizenship in the new state, while keeping their Canadian citizenship, and their property, or they will have to move.

(If it is Northern Canada, Canada will get compensation from the U.S. for each U.S. band that chooses to join.)


Wow...what flavor of Kool-aide?


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Scott Yee wrote:
Work with the U.S. and Canadian governments on creating an Aboriginal State within North America for Native Americans. If not for the European colonization, aboriginals would have their own nation.

The size of the new state will depend on how many native groups decide that they want to form a new nation, as they will have to give up their current land in exchange for land in the new Aboriginal State.

Every native group will vote on whether or not they wish to join. If they do, then later they will vote on the name of the country, the type of government they wish to have, official language, and then finally have elections.

All native groups of the same ethnicity will have all their land put together to form a province within the new nation. The name of the province will be that of the groups ethnicity, and each province will keep their own customs, traditions, and language.

Every native group that chooses to stay as is, will then become normal land owners, therefore losing their native status, and having to integrate into society.

One part of North America that could easily be turned into an Aboriginal State is in Northern Canada. Northern Canada includes three territories, (Yukon, Northwest Territories, & Nunavut) with a combined population of over 100,000, with 51% of the population being Aboriginal.

Northern Canada also includes parts of the Arctic. If that were to happen, depending on the size of the new state, non-aboriginals living in any area that becomes part of the new Aboriginal State, will either be granted citizenship in the new state, while keeping their Canadian citizenship, and their property, or they will have to move.

(If it is Northern Canada, Canada will get compensation from the U.S. for each U.S. band that chooses to join.)


Sounds like someone's had another late night out with Keith Richards... 8O

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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 8:03 am
 


We should make people like our Scottie here ride the back of the bus. :roll:


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Brenda wrote:
We should make people like our Scottie here ride the back of the bus. :roll:



I think he's making a good job of self identification Bren!


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Brenda wrote:
We should make people like our Scottie here ride the back of the bus. :roll:



Sorry B, too much Vince Li in Scotty.

Let him walk.


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Scott Yee wrote:
Work with the U.S. and Canadian governments on creating an Aboriginal State within North America for Native Americans. If not for the European colonization, aboriginals would have their own nation.

The size of the new state will depend on how many native groups decide that they want to form a new nation, as they will have to give up their current land in exchange for land in the new Aboriginal State.

Every native group will vote on whether or not they wish to join. If they do, then later they will vote on the name of the country, the type of government they wish to have, official language, and then finally have elections.

All native groups of the same ethnicity will have all their land put together to form a province within the new nation. The name of the province will be that of the groups ethnicity, and each province will keep their own customs, traditions, and language.

Every native group that chooses to stay as is, will then become normal land owners, therefore losing their native status, and having to integrate into society.

One part of North America that could easily be turned into an Aboriginal State is in Northern Canada. Northern Canada includes three territories, (Yukon, Northwest Territories, & Nunavut) with a combined population of over 100,000, with 51% of the population being Aboriginal.

Northern Canada also includes parts of the Arctic. If that were to happen, depending on the size of the new state, non-aboriginals living in any area that becomes part of the new Aboriginal State, will either be granted citizenship in the new state, while keeping their Canadian citizenship, and their property, or they will have to move.

(If it is Northern Canada, Canada will get compensation from the U.S. for each U.S. band that chooses to join.)


If the Aboriginals can barely take care of their own people on their land, what on Earth makes you think they could run their own Nation/Province?

Retarded.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 8:43 am
 


Brenda wrote:
We should make people like our Scottie here ride the back of the bus. :roll:


Not nice. But usually those people do ride the short bus to school.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 8:45 am
 


andyt wrote:
Brenda wrote:
We should make people like our Scottie here ride the back of the bus. :roll:


Not nice. But usually those people do ride the short bus to school.

If he is discriminating, he should be discriminated against. Just sayin.

It's funny btw, first he wants a1 government for the whole world, wants to take out Islam, and now he wants 1 country for all Natives. I don't know about you, but this all sounds like segregation with a touch of Hitler to me.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 8:47 am
 


NO!




Now get off my bus!!!!!!! :evil:


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Sure, I support a Native state. Send them all there and get 'em off our dole. Where should it be? How about part of Afghanistan or Sudan? They can learn what it REALLY means to live a tribal life.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 15, 2011 9:19 am
 


Scott Yee wrote:
Work with the U.S. and Canadian governments on creating an Aboriginal State within North America for Native Americans. If not for the European colonization, aboriginals would have their own nation.


True, though you make it sound like they were gypped out by colonization. What makes you think they'd be any better off?

Without colonization all the positive things that natives benefit from, such as increased standard of living, better health care, better housing, longer life expectancy, lower infant mortality - even if these aspects are below the Canadian standard they are well above most other more primitive societies,would not have occurred, just like the negative things. They'd likely be still existing in their largely agrarian or hunter gatherer cultures unless you suppose that miraculously they would have developed into a modern 21st century western culture without European influence.


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