In most cases, treaties were forced on the Native peoples. In many cases, the colonists identified someone that they appointed as the leader of the tribe or band (someone that they could control) and had them sign a treaty without the tribe even knowing what was being done.
How about paying those tribes for the millions of acres that the governments of Great Britain and Canada stole from them? How about paying for the tens of thousands of Natives slaughtered by disease, war, murder, etc. that the "White Man" imposed on them?
Or in my own familys case, how about paying for the 200 acres of farmland, the house, the furniture, the animals (13 cows, 60 sheep, 5 horses), the wagon, the plows, etc. that they were forced to leave behind because the government of Manitoba refused to honor the title to the land that they had farmed for over 50 years? The government refused to honor the title that had been given by the Hudson's Bay Company, because this was prime river front property, and no "Filthy Half-Breed should have property like that."
Or how about the cultural genocide practiced in the mandatory boarding schools? (And let's not even mention the rape of both girls and boys in those schools.)
In fact, most tribes and bands have democratic elections of tribal/band officials, and have had for many years. If you are going to post something silly like this, it would help if you actually knew something about the subject.