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(CBC)   Twenty-three people have been charged by RCMP for preventing lobsters from finding their forever homes   (cbc.ca) divider line
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2021-01-12 9:29:21 PM  
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Those racist asshats deserved to have the book thrown at them. The first nations people have been screwed over hard by Canada, to take away one of the few rights and privileges they enjoy is just the height of wrong.
 
2021-01-12 9:20:16 PM  
12 votes:
The only keeping that from being yet another massacre of an indigenous people was the fact they were a bunch of pussies.
 
2021-01-12 9:34:36 PM  
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thatboyoverthere: The only keeping that from being yet another massacre of an indigenous people was the fact they were a bunch of pussies.


And that another tribe bought out the reseller the white fishermen relied on. (Think online casino money)
 
2021-01-12 9:43:39 PM  
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robodog: Grump cat good.jpg

Those racist asshats deserved to have the book thrown at them. The first nations people have been screwed over hard by Canada, to take away one of the few rights and privileges they enjoy is just the height of wrong.


Lobsters are a race?
 
2021-01-12 9:29:16 PM  
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