What if I told you that Idle No More is more then just a grassroots movement? What if this movement has been coerced by a group of people not seeking First Nations land rights, but the taking of all land under the protection of a new Government, one that doesn't have anyone's best interests in mind. We first notice the similarities between the failed Occupy, and Idle No More. First we must always follow the money. Then ask yourself why do such powerful families have so much interest in the First nations Fight. Then second, who isn't indigenous? Are we not all from the same planet?
First we must look at charities named Tides Foundation, who has been leasing land and giving donations. Groups like Tides, which is currently being audited by the Canada Revenue Agency just three years after its last audit, have recently said their resources go toward environmental initiatives and not to excessive political activity. Tides’ financial details show that in 2011 the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation gave the group $4.5 million for marine planning in B.C. and another $2.4 million to protect that province’s wild salmon population. American foundations also gave Tides Canada $2 million in donations to support a land-use agreement between a First Nations community and the B.C. government. It received a further $775,000 from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation for conservation and “human well-being outcomes” in the Great Bear Rainforest and Taku Watershed.
Most of these donations go directly through the Suzuke foundation. Except for the leasing of land (which a charity leasing land, leaves so many unanswered questions. Now let us look at some of the other donations given. Since the late 1990's, U.S. tax returns show that American foundations have made at least 30 grants to the David Suzuki foundation, each for a value of 100,000 or more. On top of the U.S. funding that the David Suzuki Foundation has received directly from U.S. foundations, the foundation has also received U.S. money indirectly through Tides Canada. For example, in 2008 Tides Canada granted 377,586 to Suzuki's foundation. That money originated from the Moore foundation which has granted at least 92 million to B.C. environmental organizations, including 32 million to Tides Canada. We have money given from the Rockefeller brothers charity and many other powerful families.
So who is The Tides Foundation and what does any of this have to do with the First Nations People?
Well That all comes down to a few key words being used "Sustainable Development."
Tides Foundation is the brainchild of Billionaire George Soros, who other then bankrupting governments, and controlling how education is spread, is the father of the UN Agenda 21, which was created in 1992 at the Rio convention. This plan has been going strong for a very long time. For some this is a beginning, for many this is a new form of prison. Here is a collection of great information to help you understand a little bit more (as I can't go on all day about it) How To Start A Wall Street Backed Revolution or The War against U.N. Agenda 21 Just Got Hotter
Agenda 21 or Sustainable Development is the UN's ultimate goal to take control of individual land use. To become stewardship and protector of the world all under one rule. To police the land and the people, brought to you by the same people who are destroying it (and us). These revolutions have all been setup to implement "Forced Democracy" while creating chaos and fear. Now they are using us. Us against each other, so they can come in and protect you, protect all of us. So please before you start trying to change the face of the First Nations, look who is funding your revolution. This has been planned for a very long time to bring anger, confusion and violence towards each other.