90% of Canada is unceded territory


Cliffy
Free Thinker
#1
The territory of Nova Scotia is not a ceded territory. Canada does not have the right to write Canada through the map of Nova Scotia, nor to collect taxes from people living in that territory, nor to cut trees, nor to remove natural resources or to pollute water ... in Nova Scotia.
At least 90% of Quebec is not a ceded territory. About 75% of 'Ontario' is not a ceded territory. 75% of British Columbia is not a ceded territory, only the extreme northeast which is under Treaty 8 in Alberta, might be a ceded territory
So how does Canada have the right to write its name through this part of the country? Territories of the Northwest are not ceded territories.
The territory of the Yukon is not a territory ceded either. So we add up all that and it gives us about 90% of Canada which is not given up, just for an example of a scenario.
There is no legal 'title transfer' from the land of the Native people First Nations to the Crown. So what does that mean, since all this is lacking in this case, if one speaks in the language of the European laws, 'those who are the heirs of property - no need of a testament.
The inhabitants of the First Nations, today In Canada, are the legitimate and legitimate heirs and successors, under the so-called European laws, of the non-ceded lands. So not only that all these lands do not belong to 'Canada', but 'Canada' is indebted to everything that the latter has taken by force (stolen)
The trees must come back, the lobsters must come back ... gold and nickel in the Boisie's Bay area, the trees in the Lubicon territory, the oil below the Stonechild reserve near Edmonton .... Etc
How many so-called 'transfers of possession' were illegal? - Dr. Roland Chrisjohn, PhD
Last edited by Cliffy; Jan 3rd, 2017 at 11:34 PM..
 
Curious Cdn
Conservative
+1
#2
"Might is right" sayeth the colonist.

We'll get the Prime Minister to appologize for it.
 
petros
+2
#3
Nobody but the Crown owns land.
 
gerryh
+2
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

The territory of Nova Scotia is not a ceded territory. Canada does not have the right to write Canada through the map of Nova Scotia, nor to collect taxes from people living in that territory, nor to cut trees, nor to remove natural resources or to pollute water ... in Nova Scotia.
At least 90% of Quebec is not a ceded territory. About 75% of 'Ontario' is not a ceded territory. 75% of British Columbia is not a ceded territory, only the extreme northeast which is under Treaty 8 in Alberta, might be a ceded territory
So how does Canada have the right to write its name through this part of the country? Territories of the Northwest are not ceded territories.
The territory of the Yukon is not a territory ceded either. So we add up all that and it gives us about 90% of Canada which is not given up, just for an example of a scenario.
There is no legal 'title transfer' from the land of the Native people First Nations to the Crown. So what does that mean, since all this is lacking in this case, if one speaks in the language of the European laws, 'those who are the heirs of property - no need of a testament.
The inhabitants of the First Nations, today In Canada, are the legitimate and legitimate heirs and successors, under the so-called European laws, of the non-ceded lands. So not only that all these lands do not belong to 'Canada', but 'Canada' is indebted to everything that the latter has taken by force (stolen)
The trees must come back, the lobsters must come back ... gold and nickel in the Boisie's Bay area, the trees in the Lubicon territory, the oil below the Stonechild reserve near Edmonton .... Etc
How many so-called 'transfers of possession' were illegal? - Dr. Roland Chrisjohn, PhD


too bad, so sad.... if necessary, Canada declares war on FN's and takes the land as the spoils of war.
 
petros
+2
#5
Let them have it. We'll buy it back in six months for a six pack and a handful of shiny buttons.
 
Kreskin
#6
Yet in the late 900's Leif Erickson's expedition arrived in the Maritimes and saw no one.
 
bobnoorduyn
Free Thinker
+3
#7  Top Rated Post
Maybe someone should search the Land Titles Office and see who held title to the land before the Europeans arrived, oh right, there was no written language here back then. Land unoccupied undefended or ill defended can hardly be ceded, it just becomes occupied and defended by whomever has the wherewithal to do so, such as it has been throughout history. Time to get over it and move on.
 
PoliticalNick
Free Thinker
+1
#8
What Gerry said!

To me that would be preferable. Then we can actually put an end to all this bullsh!t forever or put an end to the Asian migrants that think they were here from the beginning of time. Either way it's over and the winners can get on with life without the injuns coming back asking for more every generation because their parents and grandparents already spent the last boatload of cash.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

The territory of Nova Scotia is not a ceded territory. Canada does not have the right to write Canada through the map of Nova Scotia, nor to collect taxes from people living in that territory, nor to cut trees, nor to remove natural resources or to pollute water ... in Nova Scotia.
At least 90% of Quebec is not a ceded territory. About 75% of 'Ontario' is not a ceded territory. 75% of British Columbia is not a ceded territory, only the extreme northeast which is under Treaty 8 in Alberta, might be a ceded territory
So how does Canada have the right to write its name through this part of the country? Territories of the Northwest are not ceded territories.
The territory of the Yukon is not a territory ceded either. So we add up all that and it gives us about 90% of Canada which is not given up, just for an example of a scenario.
There is no legal 'title transfer' from the land of the Native people First Nations to the Crown. So what does that mean, since all this is lacking in this case, if one speaks in the language of the European laws, 'those who are the heirs of property - no need of a testament.
The inhabitants of the First Nations, today In Canada, are the legitimate and legitimate heirs and successors, under the so-called European laws, of the non-ceded lands. So not only that all these lands do not belong to 'Canada', but 'Canada' is indebted to everything that the latter has taken by force (stolen)
The trees must come back, the lobsters must come back ... gold and nickel in the Boisie's Bay area, the trees in the Lubicon territory, the oil below the Stonechild reserve near Edmonton .... Etc
How many so-called 'transfers of possession' were illegal? - Dr. Roland Chrisjohn, PhD


Lots of crops growing where I live!

Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Nobody but the Crown owns land.


Pretty much!
 
Bar Sinister
No Party Affiliation
+1
#10
Who the hell is Roland Chrisjohn? Sounds like he got his doctorate from an online catalogue.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by bobnoorduyn View Post

Maybe someone should search the Land Titles Office and see who held title to the land before the Europeans arrived, oh right, there was no written language here back then. Land unoccupied undefended or ill defended can hardly be ceded, it just becomes occupied and defended by whomever has the wherewithal to do so, such as it has been throughout history. Time to get over it and move on.


When was the Latitude, longitude system first devised?
 
JamesBondo
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

The territory of Nova Scotia is not a ceded territory. Canada does not have the right to write Canada through the map of Nova Scotia, nor to collect taxes from people living in that territory, nor to cut trees, nor to remove natural resources or to pollute water ... in Nova Scotia.
At least 90% of Quebec is not a ceded territory. About 75% of 'Ontario' is not a ceded territory. 75% of British Columbia is not a ceded territory, only the extreme northeast which is under Treaty 8 in Alberta, might be a ceded territory
So how does Canada have the right to write its name through this part of the country? Territories of the Northwest are not ceded territories.
The territory of the Yukon is not a territory ceded either. So we add up all that and it gives us about 90% of Canada which is not given up, just for an example of a scenario.
There is no legal 'title transfer' from the land of the Native people First Nations to the Crown. So what does that mean, since all this is lacking in this case, if one speaks in the language of the European laws, 'those who are the heirs of property - no need of a testament.
The inhabitants of the First Nations, today In Canada, are the legitimate and legitimate heirs and successors, under the so-called European laws, of the non-ceded lands. So not only that all these lands do not belong to 'Canada', but 'Canada' is indebted to everything that the latter has taken by force (stolen)
The trees must come back, the lobsters must come back ... gold and nickel in the Boisie's Bay area, the trees in the Lubicon territory, the oil below the Stonechild reserve near Edmonton .... Etc
How many so-called 'transfers of possession' were illegal? - Dr. Roland Chrisjohn, PhD

Why are you posting this on an internet forum? I suggest that you find a court that represents "European Laws" . Make sure that it has ultimate authority over Canada so you can sue for back taxes. Good luck with that. Let us know how it works out for you.
 
EagleSmack
+1
#13
Chief Cliffy Wannabee!
 
Blackleaf
#14
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Nobody but the Crown owns land.

Your monarch owns Canada. She owns vast swathes of the planet.
 
PoliticalNick
Free Thinker
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by Blackleaf View Post

Your monarch owns Canada. She owns vast swathes of the planet.

I'll arm-wrestle her for it. Or she can just **** off like the useless old granny she is. The monarchies are on their way out and are becoming less relevant every day. Soon the citizens will stop paying for thier existence and take back the trillions in assets she and her family have stolen from the masses. The best monarch is a dead monarch!
 
Mowich
Conservative
+2
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by Cliffy View Post

The territory of Nova Scotia is not a ceded territory. Canada does not have the right to write Canada through the map of Nova Scotia, nor to collect taxes from people living in that territory, nor to cut trees, nor to remove natural resources or to pollute water ... in Nova Scotia.
At least 90% of Quebec is not a ceded territory. About 75% of 'Ontario' is not a ceded territory. 75% of British Columbia is not a ceded territory, only the extreme northeast which is under Treaty 8 in Alberta, might be a ceded territory
So how does Canada have the right to write its name through this part of the country? Territories of the Northwest are not ceded territories.
The territory of the Yukon is not a territory ceded either. So we add up all that and it gives us about 90% of Canada which is not given up, just for an example of a scenario.
There is no legal 'title transfer' from the land of the Native people First Nations to the Crown. So what does that mean, since all this is lacking in this case, if one speaks in the language of the European laws, 'those who are the heirs of property - no need of a testament.
The inhabitants of the First Nations, today In Canada, are the legitimate and legitimate heirs and successors, under the so-called European laws, of the non-ceded lands. So not only that all these lands do not belong to 'Canada', but 'Canada' is indebted to everything that the latter has taken by force (stolen)
The trees must come back, the lobsters must come back ... gold and nickel in the Boisie's Bay area, the trees in the Lubicon territory, the oil below the Stonechild reserve near Edmonton .... Etc
How many so-called 'transfers of possession' were illegal? - Dr. Roland Chrisjohn, PhD

This guy has a PhD - from what university Cliffy? Surely, it must be one that recognizes aliens, fairies and conspiracy theories as absolute truth. Good frickin luck sticking trees back in the ground along with gold, nickel and oil........oh and those lobster - they are long gone down someone's appreciative tummy.
 
Bar Sinister
No Party Affiliation
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by PoliticalNick View Post

I'll arm-wrestle her for it. Or she can just **** off like the useless old granny she is. The monarchies are on their way out and are becoming less relevant every day. Soon the citizens will stop paying for thier existence and take back the trillions in assets she and her family have stolen from the masses. The best monarch is a dead monarch!

Sorry, comrade, but when multi-billionaires own more than the wealthiest royal family there is very little likelihood that any personal possessions of the British royal family will be expropriated.
 
Murphy
Conservative
#18
I own NS. I won it from Barry McLean in 1976, playing cards. I was in Cape Breton wondering what to do with the 800 acres I own there.

It dawned on me that I should be charging a head tax on all the Newfoundlanders going back and forth on the ferries. Just them. Back then, Joe Ghiz offered me a screaming deal on PEI, but I turned him down. What would I do with another island?
 

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