The Red-X. His eyes are black cavernous void leading directly into the 5th demension.
MNN. Feb. 5, 2024. The Red X is reminding us of the finalization on October 25, 2024 of the “final solution to the Indian problem”.
Framework Fraud – Part 2 is an MNN reprint of March 3, 2019 of the plans of the colonial settlers of Canada for the “final solution of the indian problem”. The indigenous people who have been placed on turtle island by creation will be eliminated as the original people of this land by the stroke of the colonial invader’s pen to be forced to become “canadiens” [squatters on our land]. The “100 year business plan” was set in place by Prime Minister Duncan Campbell Scott on October 25, 1924, who is the author and executioner of this insidious plan. The final day of our existence as the natural people is planned for October 25, 2024, the date of the Indian Lands Acts.
The Red X from the fifth dimension gives his opinion on the “The Framework Agreement” from the Fifth Dimension where he comes from. “Let the sunshine. Let the sunshine in. The sunshine in. Come on everybody. Just sing along and let the sunshine in. Open your heart. Let it shine on in. You got to feel it. Open up your heart and let it shine on in.
COMMENTS TO QUEBEC SUPERIOR COURT FOR DECLARATORY RELIEF AND TO OBTAIN A SAFEGUARD ORDER ON SEPT. 14, 2023. CASE #500-17-120468-221: Kaheninetha et al v. SQI, McGill University, et all.; and Intervenors Independant Spedical Interlocateur for Missing Children & Unmarked Graves….
MNN. Sept. 15, 2023. “Shé :kon Sewakwe :kon. I am Kahentinetha, a Kahnistensera. I’m 84 years old, a great grand mother. Much of what we are doing at McGill and SQI are based on my experience, and that of the people I’ve known.
I was born in 1940. Many of our teachers at the day school I attended as a child were soldiers who just came back from the war. They were in charge and took a military approach to help Canada to annihilate us. They moved from the European theatre and to home grown Canadian war for Indian land, which continues to this day. They are trained killers sent to train the Indigenous children. It was the army managing us. Managing our disappearance. I have known about what was done to our children, to Inuit children too, in some of these hospitals. Children strapped to their stretchers, trapped in caskets. Horrible things. They came to get the weakest and the strongest of us. Intelligence tests at the Allan Memorial Institute to screen us and incarcerate the unruly, of which they studied the mind, to understand how it is that we think, the reasons why we are still ourselves, Onkwehonweh, and never became Canadians.
I’m here for these lost children, to know what happened to them, and who did it, without lawyers and no funds, just using our way against the corporation of Canada.
That’s why I came to the crime site on Mount Royal every day, without pay, to do the words to open the day, to see how things are going, that our ancestors and children are respected and that they are being found. It wasn’t easy. The toilets were filthy. We had to walk through dangerous construction sites, high fences around, and the security attacking us. A nightmare. I was reminded of when my daughter was stabbed in the chest by a soldier in 1990. Genocide is a nightmare that I have been through and that I witnessed. My family was targeted as a traditional longhouse family. Non-Indigenous people often have a hard time understanding that. They were and are still not told the complete story. If we could get the archives we are asking for, if there was a real commitment to transparency for ethnic crimes committed on us in the post-war period, it would help us.
Justice Moore stated in the injunction that he ordered last October that no party disputed the fact that the investigation must be “Indigenous-led”. The settlement agreement provided that Cultural Monitors appointed by the Kahnistensera must be on the site. Only a fraction of our cultural monitors have received a basic safety training, and certainly nothing that would allow us to securely monitor heavy machinery on the site. We have no real protective equipment to do that. We were expected to use filthy toilets that were on the other side of the site, in an area under construction where they were stockpiling bricks in high stacks, that could fall on us at any time. We were attacked by the SQI’s security guards, and SQI told us they wouldn’t come back, but we just stumbled on them last Sunday still working there. They were there all the time! I don’t understand how it can be so complicated to understand what Indigenous-led means! It means something that is safe for us to do things our own way, to burn our tobacco, to make decisions together using our consensual decision making system. Now the Defendants say something new that they didn’t even tell us about before starting to drill the site. They say they built another fenced area in between all the other fences, creating an open air prison to put us in and hopefully protect us from rocks flying over and guards insulting us. By any stretch of the imagination this cannot be considered lawful, let alone safe, in any law, Mohawk or Canadian.
Being on the site was not easy in a context where the Defendants apparently do not want us to be there at all. We are facing constant pressure. The slightest attitude that doesn’t fit within non-Indigenous people’s understanding of what it means to be nice was denounced immediately. I was very sorry to learn that Sophie Mayes from the SQI resorted to pulling emails from some service providers that they had contracted who apparently did not like the way us Mohawk women conduct ourselves. I do not want to perpetuate and thus endorse the Defendants’ disturbing use of defamation and ad hominem attacks through quoting non-Indigenous third parties in their submissions. Such accusations are absolutely baseless and reflect the fundamental problem with the way the Defendants unilaterally sign contracts with service providers that end up thinking they work for them, along with non-disclosure agreements and a client-provider relation that excludes the Indigenous people who are the only party that has a vested interest in the credibility of the investigation. When someone like Brian Whiting, department manager at GeoScan, says that he was upset by what I told him when he came to see me last weekend during a GPR survey, he doesn’t say that what I was asking him about is why we cannot access the raw data from the GPR, and why experts cannot get that data and analyse it. He finally admitted that it was because he is under contract with the SQI, and his allegiance goes to who is paying. At the same time, as Kwetiio said before, Mr Whiting’s own recommendations were not followed by the Defendants regarding the unknown anomalies. The SQI and McGill simply decided to ignore them. I know the settlement agreement does not allow them to do that. Nobody on our side of the room would ever have signed such a document.
To finish, I have something to say that I learned after my affidavit was completed, and that I couldn’t include in our submissions. But it happened. An indigenous person called me, who had been contacted by Pierre Major from McGill University, starting a few weeks ago, and again these last days. McGill was searching for a cultural monitor for archaeological work at the Royal Victoria site. This was done without telling us, or involving us, as if McGill wanted to continue their work by hiring their own monitors. The settlement agreement provides that it is the Kahnistensera who appoint the cultural monitors. The person was offered a good salary, a hotel, benefits, and a McGill masters degree. Mr. Major also said a few disparaging words about us, the Mohawk Mothers. We were ‘mean’ women who were not nice to security guards on the site. Aggressive, hysterical women, basically. Obviously the person didn’t believe a word of it. He said he knows how Indigenous woman are. It’s not the first time I’m contacted by people who are approached that way by the Defendants. I ask you to stop this now and show some respect for your elders. I am your elder too. It’s clear to me that the service providers were constantly hearing bad things about us, and became very reactive and apprehensive when we approached them. But the majority of them were very nice and asked us questions, including the two technicians from GeoScan that Mr. Whiting described as upset by our presence. Actually they asked us a lot of questions, and we explained them. They told us about their work to help us explain this to our people. They participated in our ceremonies. The way it should be, very simply, to be real human beings, Onkwehonweh. That’s the way we can truly change our relationship and become free.
I know it’s my right to do this. It’s my responsibility according to the Kaianerehkowa. I am a Kahnistensera, and I declare the genocide is now over.”
So as Willie Nelson reminds everyone, the party’s over.
Kahentinetha Horn, a lissum Indian, forecast an Indian in the future of every University of Toronto student who jammed Hart House art gallery yesterday to hear her talk on the arts and culture of contemporary Indians. Miss Horn prophesied that in 35 years, Canada’s Indian population would be 1,800,000 – or roughly one out of every 25 persons. would be an Indian, she said. “You are the privileged of the privileged”, she told the students. “You are the 82 per cent of the future leaders of Canada” – I represent the despairing 1 per cent who are multiplying rapidly in Canada. Now is the time you must learn about Indians to help us achieve our main goal.” The first goal of Indians is to be able to support themselves, she said. On each Wall of Hart House gallery hung paintings by Norval Morrisseau, Ojibway Indian from Beardmore, Ont. “They conveyed a message of the past”, Miss Horn said. “Such art flows through the blood of my brothers and sisters – but most of the benefits reaches the white man’s salons?” While Indian culture certainly encompasses significant art form, the arts of Indians have leaned more to warfare and politics, Miss Horn said. “For 20,000 years, the Indians have had a struggle to survive the forces of nature. The cultural arts come only with leisure – after survival.” The greats of her ancestors, the Iroquois, were related to politics and warfare. The United Nations concepts are modelled on the Iroquois Confederacy, for example. Their arts of warfare are the reasons the students speak English today instead of French, she said. That’s why you have Prime Minister Pearson as leader instead of President de Gaulle”. Most Indians, Miss Horn said, are unemployable. “I’m afraid technical sciences will keep Indians unemployable. We haven’t time to think about our arts. We have to keep our people alive. How to keep our women alive, for example, past the age of 45. Why does one out of 10 of our babies die before the age of 4? Don’t ask me why; nobody has ever researched the reason. It’s just a statistic. We need housing, medical care, community planning, training and education. We need an interest in welfare – there’ll be one of us in thec future for every one of you.
Note to readers: The population of indigenous people in Canada today is 1.800,000.
Update on next steps – Mohawk Mothers vs SQI et al.
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On Thursday October 27, 2022 at the Quebec Superior Court, Montreal District, the Kanien’kehá:ka Kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers) made history as Justice Gregory Moore granted an interlocutory injunction to immediately halt “any excavation in furtherance of the redevelopment of the Allan Memorial Institute or the Royal Victoria Hospital” until the parties have completed discussions regarding the best archaeological practices to be used.
This landmark decision was the first time in Canada that self-represented Indigenous people won an injunction without using attorneys and based on their own governance system, the Kaianerehkowa (Great Peace). In court, the Mohawk Mothers were facing numerous adversaries including top lawyers from McGill University, the Société Québécoise des Infrastructures (SQI), the McGill University Health Center (MUHC), the Royal Victoria Hospital, the City of Montreal, the Attorney General of Canada and the Attorney General of Quebec.
Kimberly Murray, the Independent Special Interlocutor appointed by the Federal government to determine a new legal framework to address the unmarked graves of Indigenous children that are currently found throughout Canada, also joined the case as a “friend of the court”, represented by lawyers Julian N. Falconer and Daniel Worme.
Justice Moore’s court order was issued on the basis of the plaintiffs’ (Mohawk Mothers) concerns that Indigenous children were used as test subjects in medical experiments at the Royal Victoria Hospital and were buried on the site scheduled to be redeveloped. These concerns were based on both archival evidence and witness accounts, including the first-hand account from Lana Ponting, an 81 year old survivor of the CIA-funded MK-Ultra mind control experiments that took place at the Allan Memorial Institute, the Royal Victoria Hospital and McGill University’s department of psychiatry. In addition, the Mohawk Mothers pleaded that the land is the exact location of the precolonial Iroquoian village of Tekanontak (Mount Royal), and was used as a burial site before the arrival of Europeans, which warrants the necessity of using appropriate archaeological means to preserve the history of Iroquoian peoples.
Throughout the hearing on October 26th and 27th, the defendants and promoters of the redevelopment project used an array of technical and legal arguments that attempted to convey the idea that the plaintiffs were
(i) in the wrong forum to lay their claims as other administrative processes exist for such questions in the province of Québec;
(ii) that the promoters have not broken any laws and are respecting the Quebec Heritage Act, which the plaintiffs ask to be declared unconstitutional at the future merits stage of the court proceedings, because it considers Indigenous heritage as the property of Quebec and does not include any mandatory consultation of Indigenous people regarding their heritage;
(iii) that most of the evidence submitted by the plaintiffs and the Special Interlocutor Murray, including the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s report, was not eligible for technical reasons; and
(iv) that the six plaintiffs did not represent the Mohawk people – which the plaintiffs esteem as there is no “power of attorney” in Indigenous culture, where every individual is free and self-represented.
The Mohawk Mothers emphasized that it is their cultural duty to caretake their traditional territory and the children of past, present and future generations. They also argued that allowing excavation work on the site would cause irreparable harm to their identity, history, and trust as Indigenous people. They also stressed that the situation was urgent because all the other existing means to make their concerns heard were exhausted to no avail. As a matter of fact, the shovels had already broken the ground two days before the hearing with archaeological excavation starting in front of the hospital’s Hersey pavilion – an act which became illegal when the court ruling was issued.
Justice Moore’s ruling, available online, acknowledged that the balance of convenience favored the plaintiffs, who would “suffer irreparable harm if the excavation work is not suspended for the time it takes to develop an appropriate archaeological plan to identify any unmarked graves”, following the best practices determined by the Canadian Archaeological Association. The ruling thus invited the parties to “speak out of court to settle their differences on an amicable basis”. The promoters were reminded of the Royal Victoria Hospital re-qualification project that the Call to Action 76 of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission encourages “public and para-public institutions like McGill University and the SQI” to respect the following guidelines:
“i. the Aboriginal community most affected shall lead the development” of the investigation;
ii. Input must be sought from Survivors and Knowledge Keepers in developing those strategies;
“iii. Aboriginal protocols shall be respected before any invasive technical inspection and investigation of a cemetery site”. The ruling also ordered the defendants to fund the investigation.
Throughout the next months, the Mohawk Mothers will thus be working on developing an archaeological plan which they will submit to the other parties for review one month before the next case management conference with Justice Moore, in January or February 2023. The plan will follow the best practices determined by the Canadian Archaeological Association for searching unmarked graves, drawing on non-damaging remote-sensing technologies to assess what is under the soil without disturbing the remains, and basing the investigation on archival research and interviews with survivors. Kanien’keha:ka longhouse protocols will be followed throughout the process, which will also involve traditional knowledge keepers from other Indigenous peoples, whose own protocols regarding burial sites must also be respected. The Kahnistensera are looking forward to developing a comprehensive archaeological plan which will do justice to their families, ancestors and to all survivors of colonial violence.
The humming of Sam Cooke’s “It’s been a long time coming/ But I know a change is gonna come” resonates across Tekanontak, as the Kahnistensera’s legal endeavor makes changes for the children yet to come never to be denied anymore. Fear will be overcome, and the path will be cleared for Onkwehonwe to live in peace on their our land, as creation intended.
MNN. Oct. 16, 2022. Sego. This is an important notice regarding the solidarity actions with the Mohawk Mothers that happened this week and the demonstration tomorrow. We knew nothing about this.
The SQI has written to the Judge reporting that the offices of Arkéos were vandalized this week by people claiming to act on behalf of the Mohawk Mothers.
We are being held accountable legally of all such actions at this time, as the opponents are trying to construe us as criminals before the Judge with less than two weeks remaining before the hearing at the court on October 26, 2022.
As the plaintiffs in this matter we are being falsely considered as prime suspects in organizing these actions, thus risking police searches and prosecution, even though we have absolutely nothing to do with any of this. We remain in Kahnawake and work full time on court matters. We were not even aware that a demo was being organized. We greatly appreciate tokens of solidarity and demonstrations, but we ask you to be mindful of the dire legal repercussions for us, and the high risk of jeopardizing all the work we have invested for more than one year to obtain an injunction, which could be ruined, as well as the hope of our families to know the truth and get justice.
We invite you to consult our statements on Mohawk Nation News since last November 2021 to understand our position of peace and respect. We remind you all that skennen, peace, is one of the three pillars of the Kaianerehkowa (Great Peace), which has been and remains the way of Anowarakeh (Turtle Island) since time immemorial. It would harm us a lot if anyone was hurt, because our one and only objective as onkwehonwe and kahnistensera is to caretake the land and find our children in accordance with the Kaianerehkowa Kanien’keha:ka
Shé:kon We have been notified that a number of actions have taken place this > week at the dig site and the offices of Arkéos. The SQI is accusing us of instigating them. We hereby unequivocally deny any knowledge of what > may have happened. We have absolutely nothing to do with any of this. These are false accusations causing prejudice to our legitimate concerns regarding the unmarked graves of our children. We stress that as the caretakers of our land and children, we are bound to follow the > kaianerehkowa, which includes skennen, peace, as one of its three > pillars. We advocate for the truth to be known, for the land and > children to be protected, and for skennen, peace, to be respected at all times. We refute all false accusations and misinformation by anybody trying to cause prejudice to our legal process to halt the excavation of the unmarked graves of our children. O:nen kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera, Kahnawake
MNN. July 30. 2022. She was supposed to sing ‘O Canada’ to the Pope at Ste. Anne de Beaupre in southern Quebec before he left for Iqualit in northern turtle island. It turned out she wasn’t singing O Canada or to the Pope. She was voicing a truthful message to the indigenous people and to the whole world!
Her actual indigenous words were: “You are hereby served spoken law. We, the daughters of the Great Spirit and our tribal sovereign members cannot be coerced into any law, any treaty that is not the Great Law,” she translated later for CBC News.
She is part of the ongoing process of the indigenous people retaking total control of their original homeland, turtle island, onowarekeh, indigenous land. The kahnistensera stand with her as she reignites the tie between the indigenous and creation among the original people of the Western Hemisphere.
MNN. NOV. 14, 2021. [By thahoketoteh of MNN] FROM: Mohawk Mothers, Secretariate of the kanien’kehá:ka kahnistensera, PO Box 991, kahnawake, Quebec, J0L 1B0
OUR FIGHT IS NEVER BEHIND US UNTIL THE GREAT PEACE WINS.
TO: -Société québécoise des infrastructures Direction générale de la requalification du site Royal-Victoria 445, Saint-Gabriel Street. Montreal (Quebec), H2Y 3A2 Email : email@example.com Telephone: 514 873 5485, 5413
-McGill University Office of the Principle & Vice Chancellor, 845 Sherbrooke Street West. Montreal QC, H3A 0G4 Telephone: 514-398-4180, Fax 514-398-4763
-Mairie [mayor] d’arrondissement de Ville-Marie, 800, Boulevard De Maisonneuve street East, Montreal QC, H2L 4L8
On November 10, 2021, a rally was held in front of the Allan Memorial Institute (AMI) bringing together family members of MK-Ultra experiments survivors, Duplessis orphans, McGill students and the Milton Park citizens’ committee to support the kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera’s (Mohawk Mothers) opposition to renovating the ex-Royal Victoria Hospital and AMIsites. Later that evening, the 50+ protestors accompanied the kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera’s as they shared their message in a 10 minute hearing with the non-decisional commissioners of the Office de Consultation publique de Montréal. This message, also transmitted to the responsible parties via an injunction T-1696-21 Nov. 9, 2021 filed in the Federal Court of Canada, stressed that: 1) no project can start without the permission of the kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera, as the traditional caretakers of kanien’keha:ka territory according to the precolonial Great Law of Peace, kaianerekowa, recognized by Section 35 of the Constitution Act of Canada, 1982; 2) the Royal Victoria Hospital and AMI sit on the location of the precolonial Iroquoian village and very likely contains archeological remains of interest to the kanien’keha:ka people. This land was never ceded by the Iroquois, as no land deed was shown to prove that such a transfer existed. The Société Québécoise des Infrastructures (SQI), City of Montreal, Hugh Allan family, and McGill University have thus bought, sold and handled stolen land; 3) strong evidence exists to support allegations that indigenous and non-indigenous adults and children would be buried on the site of the AMI, as a result of the psychiatric experiments of Dr. Ewen Cameron.
WHERE THESE “MIND CONTROLLERS” BELONG.
On November 11, 2021, the kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera noticed new materials on the website of the Office de Consultation publique de Montréal, which were posted without giving notice to the kahnistensera. One letter dated November 9, 2020 from McGill University’s Office of the Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) to the Office de Consultation publique addressed the kahnistensera’s concerns, and contained a clear commitment to allowing the necessary forensic and ground-penetrating investigations to happen to assess the presence of human remains on the site of the AMI: “‘no reconciliation is possible until the truth is known’, the letter said. Therefore, we are ready to collaborate with government and Indigenous community representatives so that the proper investigations can be conducted”. Even though the kahnistensera approve this commitment, they were not directly addressed in the letter nor notified that it had been written. They have a strong concern about who exactly is targeted in the expression “Indigenous community representatives”, as the traditional Great Law of Peace, kaianerekowa, still in effect on the traditional homeland of the kanien’keha:ka nation, holds the kahnistensera responsible for caretaking the land, and nobody else.
Two other letters had also been sent on November 9, 2021, from the SQI to the Band Council offices of Kahnawake and Kanehsatake, inviting Band Councillors to collaborate on exchanging information on potential unmarked graves on the site of the AMI that the SQI claims to own. The two letters clearly circumvented and invisibilized the authority of the traditional caretakers of kanien’keha:ka territory, the kahnistensera, who had raised the allegations in the first place, and who are solely responsible for the land. Band Councils were forced upon Indigenous peoples by the Indian Act, and the resistance of traditional kanien’keha:ka government to this colonial government system was brutally crushed as the RCMP stormed the Akwesasne Longhouse in 1899 to impose it, killing chief Jake Fire and seizing wampums and traditional regalia. Given that Band Councils funnel funds from the Federal Government and assume control of Indigenous communities despite extremely low participation in tribal elections, they are not recognized as part of the traditional kanien’keha:ka nation, and they are in a conflict of interest that impedes any possibility of them being involved in the search for unmarked graves.
THE MEN’S FIRE ARE GONNA CLEAN UP THEIR ‘BRAINWASHING’ ACT!
This letter is to notify the proper protocol that will be followed now that the necessity of an investigation was acknowledged by McGill University and the SQI. In the current search for unmarked graves in the grounds of the Mohawk Institute in Brantfort, Ontario, near ohsweken (Six Nations of the Grand River), great care was taken to avoid the local Band Council from being involved, given their conflict of interest as representatives of the Federal government. Instead, a group composed of survivors and grassroots traditional Indigenous peoples –women, “kahnistensera” –, was formed to supervise and monitor the investigation. The same process will be followed in the upcoming ground penetrant radar investigation on the grounds of the AMI. A group composed of MK-Ultra survivors and their families, as well as the Secretariate of the kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera (Mohawk mothers), including representatives from every kanien’keha:ka clan (bear, turtle, wolf), will lead the investigation under the traditional Indigenous legal framework of the rotinonshonni (Iroquois) confederacy: the Great Law of Peace (kaianerekowa). Therefore, all future correspondence must be addressed to the Secretariate of the kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera. To ensure no conflict of interest, the role of the SQI, the Government of Canada, the City of Montreal and McGill University will be limited to allowing access to the grounds, financing the investigation using funds borrowed from the Iroquois Trust Fund in the 19th Century, and facilitating the investigation by releasing all files concerning medical experimentation programs at the Royal Victoria Hospital and AMI.
Secretariate of the kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera
Muse sings what’s around the corner; “Rise up and take the power back It’s time the fat cats had a heart attack chase the fat cats. You know that their time’s coming to an end We have to unify and watch our flag ascend (So come on)”
MNN. 21 Aug. 2021. The Taliban in Afghanistan, defeated the Americans in an un declared war. Canada did not declare war on the indigenous when they set out to murder millions of our people and children for our land and resources.
The Taliban defeated the so-called NATO super powers of the world, Britain, Soviet Union and U.S. Now they refuse to have diplomatic relations with the victors, except for China. The Afghans wanted the Americans out and never accepted foreign occupation.
No war was ever declared on us on turtle island. Therefore, there was no conquest, no surrender. and no defeat in battle, let alone a war. We never gave up anything. Canada is not sovereign. It’s a a resource extraction corporation with private shareholders which will soon be dissolved for being genociders. Like the indigenous of turtle island Afghanistan is sovereign.
The population of Afghanistan is estimated at 30 million, which is rich in resources. The tribal peoples of Afghanistan have fought for their land and people for thousands of years. Like onkwehonweh the Afghans are trying to maintain their land and birthright.
Fleeing immigrants: “They said if we helped them betray our people, we could go to Canada or U.S. to help ourselves to onkwehonweh land & resources”.
Canada, an occupying force known as ‘canadien’ squatters, has admitted that all of turtle land is unceded indigenous land. They can never be a country. We were never asked if the fleeing collaborators of the American backed fascists could live on our land. We don’t trust the band councils in Canada and the elective tribal system in the United States. After financing the Islamic fundamentalists against the Soviets in the 1980s, and spreading mayhem and chaos in Afghanistan, The US. and Canada have no dignity in rescuing their own collaborators, many crushed at the airport by US military cargo jets.
Afghanistan is the “graveyard of empire” No one ever defeated them. No one ever defeated us in war. Other tactics were implemented like diseases, plagues, starvation, imprisonment on reservations, no means of self-suffiiency. We persevered. We want respect for our jurisdiction of turtle island which we never ceded. Only the indigenous can lawfully decide who can come to our land. When the desperate invaders and their collaborators leave, we will not stop them.
The Taliban may have studied the world reknown genocide committed on us by the Europeans, US and Canada when they intruded on turtle island. The Afghans knew they had to resist in every way. The fight was about control of drugs and oil by outside forces. Democracy and terrorism are an illusion.
Private detention camps for native children at U.S. – Mexico border.
We will stand with those who maintain the great peace. The power is in the people. The kaianerekowa is a spectacular blue print for world peace, harmony and love.
the kaianerekowa, the great peace, does not support any form of terror anywhere. It does not support empire building, domination by anybody, injustice, taking away anybody’s natural born rights especially of women, stealing property or resources, crimes against humanity or those who advocate violence and evil. That’s why they are afraid of the great peace.
The great peace is for everyone in the world. It is not for so called leaders, corporate hierarchical systems of racism. Capitalism is the definition of greed, money and corruption. It’s made out of paper, killing and genocide to protect that paper. kaianerekowa is natural. We will never pledge allegiance to pieces of paper that will be used to enslave us. It is time to shred their incorporation papers to get back to nature and freedom. Communism and democracy are not natural. We resisted and were murdered so that we could not be heard. The Western thinking based on genocide and torture were carried out by the invaders here and in Afghanistan. Now they are becoming Amercan and Canadian settlers who will help themselves to our unceded land and resources. The Afghans who need to escape the retaliation of the Taliban must ask the original peoples of onowarkeh turtle island for assistance and to agree to abide by the teiohateh and kaianerekowa.
IIn the end the American trained and heavily armed Afghan army abandoned their duty to kill their own people.
The original people defending ourselves are called “terrorists”. The real terrorists have always called anyone resisting them ‘anti this and that”. The cowardly politicians are purposely hiding and avoiding confronting the issue of the holocaust that continues to rage across turtle island. The world knows about this. As Helen Hunt Jackson states, “On your hands is the blood of your relations”.
Today US and Canada have falsely harboured their agents of genocide called band and tribal councils disguising them as speaking on behalf of the original people. But the destiny of turtle island like Afghanistan belongs only to the original peo1ple. Foreign occupiers will always be driven out.
Jimi Hendrix sings about experiences: are you experienced? If you can just get your mind together, Then come on across to me. We’ll hold hands, and then we’ll watch the sunrise, From the bottom of the sea. [Chorus] But first, are you experienced? Or have you ever been experienced? Well, I have
“IIf the victory of the Taliban demonstrates anything, it is that the American empire is a stack of cards waiting to fall. It is capable of extreme violence, of killing in the most technologically advanced ways known to humanity. It is capable of extreme cruelty. But it is a paper tiger nonetheless, unable to conquer people’s hearts and minds, regardless of the intensity of the intervention or the length of the occupation.
Turtle Island has seen over 500 years of resistance to occupation, and regardless of how many more years lay before us, it should be clear that we will also win. The fallout from Afghanistan will not just be the defeat of a corrupt and unwanted puppet regime—it will reverberate in many areas of this crumbling empire for years to come”.
MNN. July 11, 2021. Both Mary Simon, the new Governor General, and Rose Ann Archibald, the new president of the Assembly of First Nations Inc., know that the Crown murdered us and our kids. They work for the corporation of the government of Canada that committed the worst crime against humanity ever, murder and genocide of almost all indigenous people. Mary and Rose, you are being well paid and promoted to help the Crown save the admitted murderers, Canada and United States, from automatic dissolution for the genocide they committed on us.
TIME FOR INDIGENOUS TRUTH
To fool us and the public, the tribal and band council traitors and national and territororial ‘Indian’ organizations are being paid, coached and scripted to pretend to speak for us. They are all pushing the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report:
“Canada’s residential school system … was an education system in name only… They … were created to separate Aboriginal children from their families, .. to minimize and weaken family ties and cultural linkages, and to indoctrinate children into a new culture—the culture of the legally [illegal] dominant Euro-Christian Canadian society, led by Canada’s first prime minister, Sir John A. Macdonald… [and revered as the father of the Corporation of the Government of Canada]. That experience was hidden from history, until Survivors finally found the strength, courage, and support to reveal their experiences in several thousand court cases that ultimately led to the largest class-action lawsuit in Canada’s history”.
“In justifying the government’s residential school policy, Macdonald told the House of Commons in 1883: When the school is on the reserve the child lives with its parents, who are savages; he is surrounded by savages, and though he may learn to read and write, his habits, and training and mode of thought are Indian. He is simply a savage who can read and write. It has been strongly pressed on myself, as the head of the Department [of Indian Affairs], that Indian children should be withdrawn as much as possible from the parental inflUence, and the only way to do that would be to put them in central training industrial schools where they will acquire the habits and modes of thought of white men”. THE MAIN REASON WAS TO DESTROY THE INDIGENOUS BLOOD LINE TO GET THE LAND].[8 Alert Bay, B.C, school, 1885. The federal government admits over 150,000 students attended Canada’s residential schools [Millions we call “death camps”]. Library and Archives Canada, George Dawson, PA-037934.
Canada is terrified of the revelations of the genocide and murder program. The main reason for the Reconciliation Commission was not for accountability and holding Canada responsible, but to keep it hidden and to move on:
“shaming and pointing out wrongdoing were not the purpose of the Commission’s mandate. Ultimately, … but to lay the foundation for the reconciliation”. Now that we know about residential schools and their legacy, what do we do about it?
So Mary and Rose and the band councils, you are going to help them. You are all being trained to sound more traditional than us and take credit for our resistance, while behind our backs you help them turn the gun at us on behalf of the government and the bankers. More than 99% of us are not included in the discussions.
“Reconciliation” is colonization and genocide. An apology from the pope is for you only. Not us. Archibald, less than 1% of the government’s band council chiefs, selected you to help the Crown get away with murder. The Commission admits that more than 99% of us were genocided or hidden. Only the few compliant government companies and workers are going forward, the Metis”, “Inuit” and “First Nations”.
Your promise of allegiance and secrecy to the Crown makes you complicit in the murders and genocide. The great peace and two row are being violated and the penalty is automatic dissolution of you and all your corporate institutions and your immediate banishment from turtle island.
The main open secret you vow to keep is not respecting us, the true onkwehonweh, who have existed here since time immemorial to the end of time. We were placed here by creation to live by the kaianerekowa, the great peace and teiohateh the two row. We remain in the canoe and you are on the invader’s ship.
In the recent Kahnawake band council election, once again a minority voted. If the tribal and band councils have any integrity, they will dissolve their institutions and expose the corruption of the criminal corporations that rule Canada and US.
You both speak for the Crown that illegally claims turtle island for the Queen. No legal bill of sale can ever be produced for any of turtle island because none exists. turtle island belongs to our unborn babies. Our mother earth cannot be sold or transferred. Ms. Archibald, the land is owned by the unborn til the end of time, not just for “seven generations”, as you have said.
The Indian Lands Acts 1924 set up the band councils and Indian residential schools to carry out “the final solution to the Indian problem” by 2024. Prime Minister Trudeau says the genocide is real and ongoing. Now President Biden has plead guilty and has ordered the excavation of their death camps.
We will find you killers and your associates. You are all guilty of the planned murders.
ROSE: “WHAT MISTAKES, JUSTIN? DON’T WORRY! I’LL DO ALL THE LYING FOR YOU NOW”.
We have $900 trillion in our Indian Trust Fund being illegally held by the corporation of the government of Canada and the US, which are bankrupt because they owe so much money and past the brink of bankrupcy Our trust funds paid for the building of Canada to enrich foreigners. Lady money is waiting in the water for these rapists of our natural resources to return to their homelands with everything they stole. She beckons to you with her open arms. You glide over to her. She holds you in her arms and you find out you can’t take anything with you because of the kaianerekowa and teiohateh, that the original true indigenous people are still care taking turtle island. Money, greed and corruption is leading you to the end of your colonial empire.
kaianerekowa, the great peace, provides that we are each a sovereign of our own destiny and that we speak for ourselves. Tewatatennio. The two row provides that we remain in our canoe [all of turtle island] while you Nazi criminals and traitors leave together on the ships for the homeland of the murderers.
All the psychopaths in the world could not have concocted such a premeditated horrific crime against humanity as the slaughter of our people by the Vatican, the Crown, Canada, US and all illegal occupiers of Central and South America, which is ongoing. The lobbyists and bankers try to control the top of the capitalist hierarchy which is crumbling.
You do not speak for us. You are part of the genocide program of the government, churches and other kidnapping and killing institutions.
Reconciliation means we are going back to restore friendly relations which we never had with the European predators.
Our individual sovereignty is not for sale, has never been and will never be.
Ms. Simon, Ms. Archibald and other sell-outs, you must dissolve these murderers and their slaughter houses on turtle island. Just leave.
Shania Twain reminds us about whores prostituting themselves to get a staring role in the genocide spectacle: “The best thing about being a woman Is the prerogative to have a little fun (fun, fun). Oh, oh, oh, go totally crazy. Forget I’m a lady. Men’s shirts. Short skirts. Oh, oh, oh, really go wild. Yeah, doin’ it in style. Oh, oh, oh, get in the action. Feel the attraction. Color my hair. Do what I dare. Oh, oh, oh, I wanna be free. Yeah, to feel the way I feel (To feel the way I feel). Man! I feel like a woman!”
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