Municipal Planning

Do any AFN ‘communities’ have one? Do they even allow all the Aboriginals they claim to vote? Live?

CityPlanTO (CityPlanTO):

#CProundtable ‘The Shape of Toronto’s Suburbs” is starting in 10 minutes. Join the conversation / watch online! http://www.toronto.ca/planning/chiefplannerroundtable/

http://twitter.com/CityPlanTO/status/384668979190448129

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http://indigenouscanadians.blogspot.com/2013/09/municipal-planning.html

Indigenous Law Bans?

AFN bans Aboriginals from their lands and waters. Beyond this, no such law exists. We asked for a UN investigation into the AFN for Aboriginal abuse. Since AFN has taken crown land and waters territorial grants from the province, they should pay provincial taxes like any other municipality. The reliance is created by the AFN.

http://www.marketwired.com/press-release/first-nations-accuse-bc-government-violating-international-law-issuing-enbridge-permits-1835990.htm
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http://indigenouscanadians.blogspot.com/2013/09/indigenous-law-bans.html

Taxes and Majority Aboriginals

The timeline explains cowns taxes and how Aboriginals lost relying on the crowns to benefit Aboriginals from the top down. Recently, this has been evidenced by provincial crowns deals and management by the corrupt AFN. This should remind of Aboriginal education in the past as greedy provinces assert control with AFN of Aboriginal education funding and government jobs.

Aboriginals cannot enforce crowns taxes when provinces refuse to pay federal, for example resource, taxes. Top down can’t work if the top isn’t collecting, regardless of excuses in balancing for excuses that go back to Canadian confederation as AFN does so; municipalities, as the AFN has, are asserting more direct control, claiming the same top down arguement the crowns higher up in the tax structure have for years. Like the AFN, this reduces direct benefits to individuals by region and number of qualifying members as the municipalities take more of the direct benefits for services, like welfare, they claim for funding and employing government service providers.

Majority Aboriginals need federal direct benefits without third parties like the corrupt, abusive and disenfranchising AFN. This works because, in the past, before the AFN and provinces middlemen took the direct benefits away from individuals, the system was surviveable. It is no longer as we see Aboriginals spiral back into squallored lives with the minority AFN corrupting most benefits. Open data or open government requests of the AFN by crowns is not due diligence. Direct, federal benefits to individual Aboriginals is a need now, not a luxury for the crowns.

http://www.wawataynews.ca/archive/all/2013/9/25/conservatives-endorse-mining-tax-royalties-first-nations_25075
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http://indigenouscanadians.blogspot.com/2013/09/taxes-and-majority-aboriginals.html

‘Warrior Societies’

Maybe we should get them into the environment. They’re good at music and dancing too!

A year ago I was talking to a co worker with the Director near by. I had just finshed talking to her about Aboriginal life as a baby or toddler and began talking to the co worker. We were discussing Aboriginal life and I explained that reserves, the way of life, is foreign and one reason Aboriginals get confused about what they are – I guess the Director thought he should be shocked. Usual advice: Take a long walk – this is what you are.

http://www.firstperspective.ca/index.php/news/1444-how-dangerous-is-the-situation-in-canada
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http://indigenouscanadians.blogspot.com/2013/09/societies.html

Local ‘Communities’

AFN and Provincial greed, lands and waters grants to the AFN, interpretation of Indigenous special rights by AFN and Provinces reflecting itself globally affecting many Indigenous persons.

Indigenous rights have always been federal, including lands and waters, and is evidenced by Canadian history before the AFN minority chose to claim all Aborginals and divided Aboriginal rights by Province and ‘communities’ and Aboriginal disenfranchisement attrition.

All Aboriginals have equal rights, federally, regardless of where they live. There is no difference between the Aboriginal communites in Toronto or a small reserve in the North or the coasts. It was common to live in vast areas utilizing resources as needed and dictated by the environment.

http://www.businessmirror.com.ph/index.php/en/features/green/19991-making-local-people-stewards-of-the-earth
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http://indigenouscanadians.blogspot.com/2013/09/local.html