From quotas to racial purity tests: U of S now verifying 'Indigenous' status...
State Media: 'A task force at the University of Saskatchewan is creating an Indigenous verification policy.
'The policy is meant to ensure Indigenous programming and funding goes to people who are actually Indigenous.
'This comes after some high profile cases of professors across the country who were unable to provide evidence of their Indigenous identity.
'Last fall, the CBC reported on the legitimacy of a U of S professor, Carrie Bourassa, who is on administrative leave after claiming to be Metis, Anishnaabe, and Tlingit.'
So let's get this straight: a man can identify as a woman, and we're all supposed to pretend he is a she; an upper-middle-class elitist can identify as a victim, and the working-class has to walk around on eggshells around them pretending that's somehow possible; Gerald Butts can identify as not-corrupt, and threaten those who are not so certain with legal action; but if someone tries to Dolezal or Elizabeth Warren the system by playing the same game of make-believe and pretend, we can call them out?