IDLE NO MORE

Virtually all “Land Cession” Treaties throughout the Upper Great Lakes region retain the right to hunt, fish, and gather on “public lands.”  The Courts have upheld these rights.  Based on the language of the 1836 Treaty, for example, the 2007 Inland Consent Decree “is intended to resolve conclusively [Treaty Right] claims, and to provide for the protection of the resources in the 1836 Ceded Territory.”

In order to insure that “states” live up to their Treaty obligations to “protect the resources,” this Idle No More action group will seek to enforce Article 32 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People throughout the  entire Upper Great Lakes region by demanding that “states” obtain our “free, informed, and prior consent” before any activity with the potential to harm the resources on any and all “public lands” be undertaken.

 ———- IDLE NO MORE ———-

4 Responses to “IDLE NO MORE”

  1. Gary L. Cooley May 17, 2013 at 12:53 pm #

    My name is Gary Cooley and I Have a house located near the Beaver Creek Gas well and Encana still has not tested my well water. I am very worried about my water and property values.Thank you for hanging the eagle feather.I belong to foodandwaterwatch.org.I need all the help I can get,because all the politicians have a blind eye to what is going on with these gas companies.The gas well and the pipeline go right by my house 6972 West Seven Mile Road and it is ashame the state have sold off our mineral rights and timber rights for next to nothing.I feel like the people in Josh Fox’s movie Gasland.Again thanks for your support and if you need help please contact me. Gary L. Cooley

  2. Ken Perrier April 20, 2015 at 1:30 am #

    The Lord give it, the Government take it away !!!

    • christina yo August 16, 2015 at 4:22 pm #

      this group of people called “government” are ALLOWED, by us, to take it away. -Loving You

  3. William Twiddy May 25, 2015 at 3:01 pm #

    Thank you Phil for this info. We need more input from all concerned. More info on mineral rights are essential. The cost to all Americans because of the very low rights makes us all pay since less revenue and much less Federal oversight is available. The way “big business” gets what they want is less inspection Federal and State.

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