MNN. AUG. 15, 2013. The MacDonald-Laurier think tank has published a report on “Canada and the First Nations, Cooperation or Conflict”. The board consists of CEOs of energy corporations and other rulers. Discussed at length is how to start an Indigenous uprising in order to execute the Warriors! This report is their “Mein Kampf” for the total physical and mental extermination of Indigenous people.
Indigenous men they call “Warrior Cohorts” are feared because of the colonial demonization program. Starvation and genocide failed. Our population increased by 45% between 1996 and 2006. By 2017, 42% of Indigenous People will be under 30 years of age. Canada exists on illegal extraction of our resources and selling/transporting them to far-off markets. Limited security forces makes Canada vulnerable. The anxiety is that “Indigenous can chose the challenges!” because resources and transportation lines are on Indigenous territories that were never surrendered. A conflict needs to be instigated to bring in military forces to protect corporate interests! Legitimate dialogue is to be avoided.
The main resources are coal, grain, potash, nickel and lumber. Disruption could cause empty-handed producers, idle ships, closed mills, laid off workers and foreign customers looking elsewhere.
Their strategies are based on a deep misunderstanding of the Mohawk Oka Crisis 1990 and Six Nations/Caledonia 2005 resistance. A unified Indigenous people is dreaded. They rely on the advice of their corporate band council and national Injuns, whose job is to distract, pacify, keep us ignorant and maintain 3rd world living conditions.
The natural people are called “insurgents”. We live everywhere. Main concerns are rail, road, air, water, hydro electric lines, pipelines, poles, bridges, refineries, power plants, oil, ocean platforms, tunnels, airports, waterways, communication and control systems. Disruption would affect businesses, governments, resource and economic functions. Main border crossings under constant surveillance are Windsor, Niagara Falls, Sarnia, Lacolle, Emerson Manitoba and Pacific Highway.
The main transport hub is Winnipeg Manitoba. An 85,000 “Warrior Cadre” could easily overwhelm 52 small RCMP detachments. One disruption could lead to resistance in other places. Their figures are extremely low!
The main strategies are to avoid respect for Indigenous sovereignty; criminalize the young “Warrior Cohorts” or “child soldiers” they call “young thugs”, who are all “violence prone”. Build more jails. Find the charismatic leader who will appear, unify and lead us! Heh! Heh! Heh!
“Indians have no weapons”. Those elders, women and children sitting on tracks have to be subdued! Confrontations could be old cars burning on and warping railroads” [which all belong to us as everything was built with our funds!]
Immigrants selling off our possessions is over! Can the rightful Indigenous challenge to the corporations be overcome? Disarm the Warrior Cohort [who have no weapons]. Threaten us to give up our claims to inherent sovereignty. Deathly force, if necessary, for short-term protests. Long term response is being developed.
“Indigenous can use scarce resources efficiently and attract international attention”. Infrastructure on our land is a powerful tool of influence. Indigenous are about stopping the destruction of our Mother Earth versus “The government will prevail”. We’d like an accounting of the Corporation of Canada’s spending of our ever-growing $365 trillion Indian Trust Fund which comes from the illegal sale of our resources. Canada cannot claim sovereignty when no documents exist that show we surrendered anything to anyone.
The Kaianerekowa/Great Law of Peace prevents us from failure.
Johnny Cash knows such Nazi MacDonald-Laurier gangsters are going to jail in the Fatherland: “I know I had it comin’,
I know I can’t be free…”Folsom Prison Blues
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