Report says Klamath panel erred
Imprison_Biosociopaths at LionKuntz.com
Fri Nov 22 12:53:39 EST 2002
Larry Caldwell <larryc at teleport.com> wrote in message news:<MPG.18472e5420f44cbd98a368 at news.earthlink.net>...
> In article <6dafee1b.0211211018.28ae059d at posting.google.com>,
> dwheeler at ipns.com writes:
> > Not according to Klamath Tribe members, who had the land before
> > farmers moved in. Of course, their views were not considered by the
> > government...
> This may come as a shock, but the Indians have their own agenda, as well
> as having superior water rights in the Klamath Basin. Their agenda is
> only concerned with fish when it suits their purposes. The Klamath
> tribes have filed water claims for more water than exists in the Klamath
> Basin as a bargaining piece in their effort to regain their reservation
> lands. They will align with any party that furthers their cause, and
> will abandon any party that hinders their cause.
And how exactly does that make them different than land-grabbing
water-abusing whites? If it is NOT OK for idians to do it, why is it
OK for whites to do it?
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