Thursday, March 8, 2018

CA GOV Jerry Brown Excoriates Jeff Session on Civil Rights, YET HE SUPPORTS APARTHEID and REWARDS IT

California Governor, Jerry Brown, railed against a "fellow from Alabama" going after illegals and suing California for acting outside of federal law.

That's RICH.  Jerry supported APARTHEID in his state, or rather, an APARTHEID practicing tribe.

We wrote about it in August 'member. This is WHAT HE SUPPORTS:

t was reported this week that California's Governor Jerry Brown (D) signed a new compact with the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians.

Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced that he has signed tribal-state gaming compacts between the State of California and the Pechanga Band of LuiseƱo Indians and 3 other tribes....

Amazing how Democrats pay lip service to civil and human rights abuse, but when confronted with it, they simply do not care.

The Temecula reservation and allotments were set aside for the Temecula Band and village of Indians not just Pechanga, the self described subset, which now includes people with NO Temecula Indian blood, much like the Boers of South Africa.

Pechanga now has a group living on the reservation that have:

• Lost the right to vote
• Lost their rights to healthcare provided by the government.
• Their children can no longer attend tribal schools
• They can no longer be buried in the reservation cemetery with their relatives.
• Have no access to tribal health center

• Are not protected by the Tribal Rangers.

Additionally, those who have had their citizenship stripped, but have lived their entire lives on the reservation, must come through a separate entrance, are not allowed to use the park, playground, water fountain and toilets without a member present, subject to banishment from their homes.

1 comment:

White Buffalo said...

Honestly to assume his private thought and mind is stretching it. Especially since well know that it is the US congress who regulates and writes the law concerning interior governance of tribes when it comes to enrollment and tribal courts. It could be possible he supports the efforts of the disenrolled but does not speak against as it would be a zero sum statement. I can not think of any public statement from him that would suggest what you say is true. Also you are comparing apples and oranges.