POLE DANCERS

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MNN. Dec. 11, 2013. Canada has announced they are heading North to try to make an illegal corporate grab of 1.2 million square kilometers of Indigenous sovereign territory from the Arctic to the North Pole. International law provides that the owners, the natural Indigenous people, animals and other inhabitants, must be consulted about this invasion of their territory. Prime Minister Harper thinks he can smooth talk the Inuit into letting him steal what can’t be bought. North Pole Dances

The attached brilliant film, “Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change”, outlines the deep knowledge of the Inuit about the destruction created by the invading scientists, governments, developers and other intruders.  “Inuit Knowledge & Climate Control”.arctic sun

                     

 

 

 

On January 2006 and August 2009 the Women Title Holders of Great Turtle Island notified the International Forum of Nations of the Indigenous inherent jurisdiction which cannot be violated.

MNN. “Arctic Grab – “Something Rotten in … Canada …”

polar-plungeAfter doing a few “polar bear” plunges, fancy pole dancing and double talking, they will return empty-handed.

PM Harper to Finance Minister Flaherty: "Brrrr! They can keep their North Pole!"

PM Harper to Finance Minister Flaherty: “Brrrr! They can keep their North Pole!”

 

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1 thought on “POLE DANCERS

  1. How much more ignorant and immature can Steven Harper get. He doesn’t know about how the Inuits have an old story about how no one is to go to the North Pole and no one is to live there. That is one of the places that the creator said for us not to live. There is a being there that protects it from intruders! Some places on earth are just meant for us…. Many Inuit hunters who disappeared were later tracked to the forbidden circle and no trace of them was left.

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