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    To Those Who blame native ppl for Burning churches down!

    I for one was disgusted with such an accusation. Who has been burning shit down for a year in the name of justice? Solidarity! Yet 1st nations take the blame by the likes of some people on this board. Fuck you for trying to divide and create more hatred.

    many, a large number celebrate Christian holidays as well has native traditions.

    if I had to choose a likely suspect it would not be right wing ppl or 1st nations ppl. Fuck you! So go ahead and think I was in the wrong, I was not! I just don’t give a fuck if you think that. Sometimes people just need to shut their fucking mouths and think before they speak! I had nothing to think about and have had a lifetime to think and see what all of this shit has brought about. I knew this was coming. Not the burning but the bodies being recognized of those lost children. We always knew they existed. But the burning did not surprise me either, what with the message that has been promoted in certain circles. But I have no evidence and hope whoever did it, justice is served.

    yet I am told what should be my concerns and what people from foreign lands experience and have gone through. Don’t think about yourself and the plight of those you love and care for. Don’t be selfish... look at the plight of these people... oh and look over here. Fuck it! I am selfish and see muddied water country where virtue signalling and the issue of the moment is to be my concern... for people who Take president over those that have always been here... told to get to the back... I say no to that shit.

    white ppl in Canada were indentured servants. a very very large number were when they first arrived.... uh oh.

    and don’t think for a minute that Graves in the USA don’t exist like this... or in Australia... etc... or at an old orphanages around the world.

    but who one must ask ...who has been shitting on Christianity as well ... and would rejoice in the destruction of all churches? If we don’t get it, burn it down, right?
    Several Catholic churches have recently been vandalized or damaged in suspicious fires following the discovery of unmarked graves at former residential school sites in B.C. and Saskatchewan
    Last edited by Beach Ball Bitch; 07-07-2021, 01:14 PM.

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      And as for Harsha Walia, from Bahrain. I take it at face value too... believe she knew what she was doing and lies for a narrative purpose.

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        Ah the great borealian cultural practice of church burning, usually associated with north europe but finally acknowledged as the fine tradition it is in Canada as well

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          Din Djarin Yep and one was burnt down in Nova Scotia recently on a reservation. Not done by native people as this is their religion too.... I once asked eggsprog, what with him being in Nova Scotia, why he didn’t concern himself with native peoples situation and was concerned with black marginalized people... critical race theory BS that paints white supremacy as the roots of all evil. This is what critical race theory is bringing about.... a division based on skin colour and again 1st nations are stuck between two worlds and feeling lost. Our situation being used, our people being used to benefit an ideology that is really fucked up and self serving to a specific skin colour and political ideology..

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            Originally posted by Beach Ball Bitch View Post
            Din Djarin Yep and one was burnt down in Nova Scotia recently on a reservation. Not done by native people as this is their religion too....
            Uniformly? Same could be stated about the average norwegian :P Yet...

            I once asked eggsprog, what with him being in Nova Scotia, why he didn’t concern himself with native peoples situation and was concerned with black marginalized people...
            Very interesting without his answer :P

            critical race theory BS that paints white supremacy as the roots of all evil. This is what critical race theory is bringing about.... a division based on skin colour and again 1st nations are stuck between two worlds and feeling lost. Our situation being used, our people being used to benefit an ideology that is really fucked up and self serving to a specific skin colour.
            This is what critical race theory is about when implemented wrong, or when misportrayed by people who insist the real purpose white culture is attacked and criticized is to deliberately destroy it.
            Lots of people abuse topical issues to further their own agenda, it seems not restricted to one side or kind of people.

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            • Beach Ball Bitch
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              Except critical race theory is being used exactly as it was intended to be. As I have said, without white supremacy it has nothing to go on. It needs a villain.

            • Din Djarin
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              Agree to disagree :P

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            Din Djarin because you have been reading so many critical race theory books and know what it is promoting I suppose? Clearly you haven’t. . Just being contrary huh?.

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            • Din Djarin
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              I'm not pretending I am really busy with it, but I looked up what it was about originally and you distorted what it is mainly about or was created for as usual.

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            Beach, when you refer to native canadians (as in the descendants of the indigenous people) as 'my people' do you mean you primarily identify as a member of those people, or would you call white canadians, or just the average integrated canadian 'your people' as well? Just wondering!

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              Din Djarin I call myself aboriginal Native Canadian. Just like the one who is promoted as Canada’s 1st aboriginal Governor General. In the eyes of the government she is not aboriginal... as her father was white. And mother Inuit. My father isn’t completely of European stock. His mother, my grandmother was Métis, but not recognized and she hid her background too, in order to be accepted. My mother was unrecognized mi’kmaq and always strived to be. I went to church growing up and the native Center once a week for ceremonies and to play with friends. I knew that the people here in Ontario and the culture were not, for the most part... my people... my people are on the north east Coast. I love it there.
              between two worlds and lost in the shuffle of what is important.
              Last edited by Beach Ball Bitch; 07-07-2021, 03:19 PM.

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                the first post is hard to read

                are you saying you dont believe that the churches set on fire the last few weeks werent burned down by native protestors?


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                • Beach Ball Bitch
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                  That is correct! Are you implying that you believe they were? You wouldn’t be the first one to.

                  And several people know exactly who this is directed at. When someone says “native people are burning down churches” while people like Harsha Walia call to burn churches down in solidarity with native people.
                  Last edited by Beach Ball Bitch; 07-07-2021, 03:31 PM.

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                Originally posted by Beach Ball Bitch View Post
                Din Djarin I call myself aboriginal Native Canadian. Just like the one who is promoted as Canada’s 1st aboriginal Governor General. In the eyes of the government she is not aboriginal... as her father was white. And mother Inuit. My father isn’t completely of European stock. His mother, my grandmother was Métis, but not recognized and she hid her background too, in order to be accepted. My mother was unrecognized mi’kmaq and always strived to be. I went to church growing up and the native Center once a week for ceremonies and to play with friends. I knew that the people here in Ontario and the culture were not, for the most part... my people... my people are on the north east Coast. I love it there.
                between two worlds and lost in the shuffle of what is important.



                But your dad is like at least 50% white? Not trying to corner you here by any means, I am just wondering when you refer to 'my people' if you extent that term also to the other ethnic heritage you are related to, and if not, why not?

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                  SpaceMan I say fuck that... it just creates a divide and is designed to do just that. Accusing people without evidence. Pointing the finger at an entire ethnicity. Brilliant. Just like when white supremacy is blamed for things as a whole to which they had nothing to do with. Just like pointing at opposing views and calling people white and are the root of all evils.

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                  • Din Djarin
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                    I thought white supremacy was called the root of all evils (not entirely correct either of course, no worries, that's not what I'm getting at), not white people

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                  Din Djarin

                  the Canadian part takes that into account, no?

                  If you see a black person with light skin do you say he is white, black or both? What if he has green eyes? What is he? What was obama? The culture I was raised with was a combination.so my dad was considered 25% but not recognized, neither was my grandmother on my dads side... she married a “white guy”...

                  My mother raised me with her stories and traditions... her culture which is what most mothers do. They are generally the ones to share the stories and traditions of your culture and nurture the children. And native ppl by the time she raised me... most had joined churches as well as practicing and living by native traditions.

                  i have no ties to any other land but this land under my feet and that connection runs deep.
                  Last edited by Beach Ball Bitch; 07-07-2021, 04:06 PM.

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                    Originally posted by Beach Ball Bitch View Post
                    Din Djarin

                    the Canadian part takes that into account, no?
                    Makes sense but it could also be its not as significant for you and you'd only refer to 'my people' to the indigenous canadians. You never refer to the white canadian part as 'your people' (as far as I noticed) so I didn't wanna assume.

                    If you see a black person with light skin do you say he is white, black or both? What if he has green eyes? What is he? What was obama? The culture I was raised with was a combination.so my dad was considered 25% but not recognized, neither was my grandmother on my dads side... she married a “white guy”...

                    My mother raised me with her stories and traditions... her culture which is what most mothers do. They are generally the ones to share the stories and traditions of your culture and nurture the children. And native ppl by the time she raised me... most had joined churches as well as practicing and living by native traditions.

                    i have no ties to any other land but this land under my feet.
                    I could refer to a black person with all kinds of terms (some perhaps even wrong :P ), but what you leave out in this part is if I (or you for that matter) would ever refer to a black fellow countryman as 'my people'. Which is what my initial question was about (although it didn't involve blacks).
                    Now that we are involving black countrymen as well its interesting if you would technically include them as 'your people' as well, or maybe only if they met certain criteria, as I would:
                    When I refer to 'my people' I technically also include integrated black dutch people that are born as dutch people. Not that I have any black blood as far as I know, its just that I see most fellow dutchmen as my people.

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                    • Beach Ball Bitch
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                      My people are on the east coast in Newfoundland and share a cultural and spiritual belief, which is forgotten by many. That doesn’t mean I don’t accept people, because I do.

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                    Who cares ?

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                    • Verbe
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                      Undies she's so dumb, she doesn't realize how dumb she is lmao. classic beach

                    • Vanilla Gorilla
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                      ^^^

                      Don't you pay people to read tarot cards and predict your future?

                    • Verbe
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                      Vanilla Gorilla don't you think anyone gives a fuck about what you say?
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