Saturday, May 05, 2012

And we'll start in new York City

Specifically we'll give beck the land that the U.N. building is sitting on, ok James Anaya?

So, James (what nationality is Anaya?), we'll just up and give the Indians tracts of land and let them go wild?
Do we teach them to hunt? I know you don't want us to build them power plants and water treatment plants, because that would be too...western.

Anaya said that in nearly two weeks of visiting Indian reservations, indigenous communities in Alaska and Hawaii, and Native Americans now living in cities, he encountered people who suffered a history of dispossession of their lands and resources, the breakdown of their societies and "numerous instances of outright brutality, all grounded on racial discrimination".
"It's a racial discrimination that they feel is both systemic and also specific instances of ongoing discrimination that is felt at the individual level," he said.
Anaya said racism extended from the broad relationship between federal or state governments and tribes down to local issues such as education.

"For example, with the treatment of children in schools both by their peers and by teachers as well as the educational system itself; the way native Americans and indigenous peoples are reflected in the school curriculum and teaching," he said.

Two weeks of boondoggle, looking for the worst examples you could find?

If you want an even wider spread and more drastic example of discrimination and dispossession- why not look at all the non-muslims suffering under the thumb of Islam?


  1. Yeah, no kidding. What a joke!

  2. Or the tribal wars of Africa.

  3. Are the UN Peacekeepers still raping children?