FELDSTED -- Human rights exist for the individual not for any ‘group’. The idiocy of expanding to ‘group rights’ is evident in this case
|BC Human Rights Commissioner|
“Human rights do not exist for the majority, they exist for each individual and in the case of free, prior, and informed consent for each Indigenous rights holding group,” Govender says in her response.
Hereditary chiefs talk about indigenous law, but there is no evidence of the existence of an indigenous legal system, and certainly not any legal system that is consistent throughout the indigenous community. Our government insistence that indigenous self-government is possible is an outright lie.