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MNN. 11 Sept. 2017. The private corporations known as Canada, Quebec and Barriere Lake Band Council Inc. continue to try to defraud the not gullible Anishinabe of the Ottawa River Water Shed.
CANADA, QUEBEC & BAND COUNCIL SALIVATING OVER 10,000 SQ. KILOMETRES OF ANISHINABE TERRITORY
The land is over 10,000 sq. kilometres of unceded territory in the middle of Reserve Faunique Laverendrye Park, which is coveted by logging companies. Resolute Paper Products wants to clearcut 95% of the entire territory and leave 5% for outfitting camps for non-natives. The Anishinable true original people will be dispersed.
Information on the agreement has been withheld from them. Proper consultation will not take place because the natives cannot give up their land. In 1996 two-thirds of the Algonquins fled the violence of CEO Jean Maurice Matchewan of Barriere Lake, who pretends to represent the Anishinabe.
They refused to play along. So Indian Affairs placed the Anishinabe under third party management, Lemieux Nolet of Quebec City. They administer the funds for Algonquins of Barriere Lake ABL.
Anishinabe are living on their land without any assistance from anyone. They hunt, fish and look after each other.
CORPORATE SALES AGENT SAHNANADAH
Russell “Potato Bug” Diabo, also known as “sahnanadah”, which mean “brown skin with white innards”, is the son of an ironworker from Kahnawake who was raised in Brooklyn New York. He has no clan.
He studied in Arizona. Was hired to assist in the North American Water Project where land is to be cleared of forests for the reservoirs being set up throughout Canada.
He and native lawyer, David Nahwegabo, were sent into Barriere Lake around 1982 to present this pilot project to get the elders to agree. The elder refused to sign the Trilateral Agreement to hand over their land and resources to the three corporations and getting out of the way. They face having Quebec laws and taxes being imposed. This is the model for turning all native communities into municipalities throughout Canada.
They warned the Anishinabe they were facing self-extinction because the clear cut and logging is going to be done anyway without their consent.
NEVER MIND THE ECO SYSTEM OR ROADS.
The people have gotten no information and understand very well the long term effects, which is scattering the people and the wildlife, destroying their language, culture and eco system in general. After much protesting Nahwegabo, Diabo and Matchewan were kicked out. They are all back. Treasonous INDIANS are hard to fire.
Dee Dee Sharp sings about dancing with the big boys: “It’s the latest, it’s the greatest. Mashed potato, ya, ya ,ya, ya . . . Now everybody is doin’ fine. They dance alone or in a big boss line. And they discovered it’s the most man. The day they did it to Please Mr. Postman”.
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http://www.schaarschmidt.it/cms/images/stories/Mohawk/Mohawk_News_%20Dec08.pdf REAL ALGONQUINS EXIST AT BARRIERE LAKE:
GUESS WHO’S IN THE WAY OF THE NORTH AMERICAN WATER DIVERSION PROJECT?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Great_Recycling_and_Northern_Development_CanalInitial water capture and diversion into Lake Huron. Water would be pumped south from the newly formed James Lake into the Harricana River, crossing into the Great Lakes watershed near Amos, into Lake Timiskaming and the Ottawa River, crossing near Mattawa into Lake Nipissing and the French River to Lake Huron.
Let’s help our Anishinabe family: Lemieux Nolet, 815 Boulevard Lebourgneuf, #401, Quebec City QC G2J 0C1, 418-659-7374. https://lemieuxnolet.ca/
https://www.thestar.com/news/investigations/2010/10/29/the_algonquins_of_barriere_lake_and_their_battle_with_indian_affairs.html BACKGROUND OF INDIAN AFFAIRS CREATED CHAOS
CONTACT THE ALGONQUINS OF BARRIERE LAKE INC. 819-435-2181.
RESOLUTE FOREST PRODUCTS, 111 Duke Street, Suite 5000, Montréal, Québec H3C 2M1 Canada, T 514 875-2160 or 1 800 361-2888
**FOR MORE INFORMATION ON ANISHINABE OF THE OTTAWA RIVER WATER SHED firstname.lastname@example.org 819-215-9197.