Dictator in Waiting, James Anaya, [...] The UN special rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples has called on the United States to mitigate the "sense of loss" among the Native American community by restoring some tribal lands. [...]
This is the same United Naitons that has condoned human rights atrocities to occur and supporting these very same regimes, while offering up pseudo condemnation of these murdering butchers from the other side of their institutional mouthpieces.
[...] "The sense of loss, alienation and indignity is pervasive throughout Indian country," Anaya said in a statement released Friday.
"It is evident that there have still not been adequate measures of reconciliation to overcome the persistent legacies of the history of oppression, and that there is still much healing that needs to be done." [...]
James Anaya is the Al Sharpton of Native Americans. Anaya is seeking nothing less than reparations and his plan is patterned after the NAACP continuing push to have the federal government to pay every African American a monetary settlement for their historical grievances over slavery in the United State over 150 years ago.
Mr. Anaya should be called out for what he is and that is an opportunist. The following illustrates Anaya's opportunism for what it is, massive reparations. Mr. Anaya wants to turn back the clock of history. Why? So he can be the savior of Native Americans and their leader and eternally be remembered in Native American lore. Not a bad racket if you can manage it Mr. Anaya.
[...] He pointed to the loss of tribal lands as a particularly sore point, naming the Black Hills of South Dakota and the San Francisco Peaks in Arizona as places where indigenous peoples feel they have "too little control."
"Securing the rights of indigenous peoples to their lands is of central importance to indigenous peoples' socio-economic development, self-determination, and cultural integrity," Anaya said.
"Continued efforts to resolve, clarify, and strengthen the protection of indigenous lands, resources, and sacred sites should be made," he said.
"The widespread loss of indigenous peoples' lands and resources is well-documented. The negative effects of this loss are compounded by past and ongoing activities that diminish or threaten the remaining lands and resources upon which indigenous peoples depend." [...]
This is liberal class warfare with a somewhat new divisive twist. Divide and conquer. That's liberal strategy.