Agriculture gets caught in the crossfire again… is it time to use the big gun to get feds attention – Brooks Bulletin

by ahnationtalk on February 26, 202059 Views

February 26, 2020

At time of writing blockades by a small group of dissident First Nation factions has stopped grain shipments to the Prince Rupert grain terminal. It’s just a matter of time before shipments are blocked at Vancouver north shore harbour terminals which sit close to the land of one of the most anti-development of First Nations. However, blockages at port facilities are usually taken seriously by even Liberal governments, so I suspect they will be ended quickly. Here is an interesting observation; the blockades that are breaking out across the country are in support of a few hereditary chiefs (monarchs?) who are born from a few indigenous royal families. Those chiefs or local kings, through privileged birth have been able to reassert their power over the elected representatives of their own people. There is something wrong here, haven’t people all over the world revolted against the tyranny and power of a small elite hereditary ruling class and its monarchs. Yet here in Canada, we see folks demonstrating their support of a return to traditional governance of a ruling hereditary monarchy. Is this what First Nation people really want. One can understand white activists (useful idiots) being duped by the usual devious green lobby groups that manipulate these causes, but what about the majority of First Nation people haven’t they indicated their support of pipelines and development through the accepted democratic process. It boggles the mind.

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