Brothers, Sisters, Friends and Allies:Phil Fontaine is hosting a negotiations lynching party in his colonial office in Ottawa tomorrow morning at 10:15 am. with the RCMP, OPP and the SQ. We can only conclude they are working out covert acts of aggression to stir things up on the June 29th day of action that has been planned “to mourn the rape, pillage and colonization of Turtle Island”.

Canadian citizen Phil Fontaine pretends to speak for us. He has been placed in this position by his bosses, the Canadian government under imposed Canadian laws. He is paid by Canada. He reports to Canada. He does not report to us or represent us in any sense of the word. This secret meeting is further evidence of his collusion with Canada against us.

We know cops. They can’t keep their fingers off lethal toys and are trigger happy especially when they have an “Indian” in their sights.

Fontaine seems to be setting himself up as a top policeman over Indigenous people in the police state that is being created. He wants so desperately to complete his job of helping Canada to undermine us that he will go to any means to help Canada assert its fantasy.

Send emails to this Canadian SOB to stop playing deadly games with our future and that of our coming generations.

Posted by MNN Mohawk Nation News –

“Public Safety and Security Protocol Renewal signing between Assembly of First Nations and RCMP


OTTAWA, June 18 /CNW Telbec/ – AFN National

Chief Phil Fontaine and RCMP Commissioner
Bev Busson will sign a Public Safety and Security Protocol tomorrow morning at approximately
10:15 a.m. This is the renewal for another term of a three year protocol agreement, originally signed in 2004.

Witnessing the agreement will be OPP Commissioner Julian Fantino and Stéphane Chabot, Député Director Géneral of the Sûreté du Québec. Prior to the protocol signing. the RCMP, OPP and SQ will meet with the National Chief to discuss concerns and approaches to addressing public safety during the National Day of Action on June 29th.

Where: National Chief’s Office, 11th floor, 473 Albert Street, Ottawa;

When: 10:15 a.m. , Tuesday, June 19th

The Assembly of First Nations is the national organization representing First Nations citizens in Canada.

For further information: Bryan Hendry, A/Director of Communications,(613) 241-6789 ext. 229, cell (613) 293-6106,; Nancy Pine, Communications Advisor – Office of the National Chief, (613) 241-6789 ext 243,(613) 298-6382,; Rene Pollett, Communications Specialist, (613) 241-6789, ext. 314, cell (613) 295-2149,

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