Friday, September 3, 2010

At-least when you pass go you collect 200$.

So you have someone who is of legal age sign a contract. Years and years go by and the offspring of said party feel they got a bad deal, and they deserve more for what they gave.

Now even if they got riped off, do they honestly have any right to go back on a signed deal? Now for those who haven't guess'd it by now, todays topic will be the land contracts. As you know from a previous post I made, I believe that ALL people should be treated equal, NO EXCEPTIONS! This includes the aboriginal people. I for one am sick of hearing how "white people stole their land". The "white people" made a deal, and the aboriginal people took the deal. This is far from stealing! I'm sick of aboriginal people now always wanting more and more cause they feel they got a raw deal. This is not how the world works, there is no renegotiations after you have already sold something off. Aboriginal people really need to think of what the alternatives would have been if they hadn't made the deal. Chances are it would have meant war, and they would have taken the land by that means, and aboriginal people would of ended up with nothing at all. To this very day we still acknowledge land gained by war to be owned by the victor. Would that have left them feeling better about things? Would we still have "stolen there land"? NEWS FLASH World is not fair stop blaming people for what your ancestors decided 100's of years ago. Be happy with what you got, it could have gone way worse. At-least when you pass go you collect 200$. 

9 comments:

  1. I'm also sick of aboriginal people now always wanting more and more cause they feel they got a raw deal.

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  2. Everyone wants their share. Land is a ressource that extends in time. Much farther than the contract has been planned for probably.

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