We are due in quebec superior court at 9.00 a.m. on Wednesday, October 26, 2022 for our attempt to get an injunction to stop the excavation of McGill’s Allen Memorial Institute and other areas of tionni tiotialkon and tekanontak, now called Mount Royal, where there are serious suspicions of unmarked graves of our indigenous children.
This is a book about Louis Karonhiaktajeh Hall of Kahnawake and other areas of kanienkehaka’onwe. Niawen’kowa.
The Mohawk Warrior Society Book Launch and Screenings on Indigenous Sovereignty and Survival Tuesday, October 18, 2022 – Wednesday, October 19, 2022 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. 4TH SPACE J.W. McConnell Building, Concordia University 1400 De Maisonneuve Blvd. W., Montreal The Mohawk Warrior Society: Book Launch and Screenings on Indigenous Sovereignty and Survival
Join us for the launch of an unprecedented book, a public roundtable with members of the Kanien’keha:ka Rotiskenrakete of the Men’s Fire and Kanien’kehá:ka Kahnistensera, an activist group of Mohawk women from Kahnawake, and film screenings in celebration of Indigenous culture and resilience.
THE MOHAWK WARRIOR SOCIETY: A HANDBOOK ON SOVEREIGNTY AND SURVIVAL, is the centrepiece of our events. Containing new oral history by key figures of the Rotisken’rhakéhte revival in the 1970s, this compilation tells the story of the Warriors’ famous flag and other art, their armed occupation of Ganienkeh in 1974, and the role of their constitution, the Great Peace. This book launch is part of a two-day series of events and film screenings that foreground Kanien’kehá:ka activism, culture, and current issues within the broader rubric of Indigenous sovereignty.
See below for the full schedule:
October 18 11:00am – 4:00pm Round Table and Book Launch
October 19 1:00pm – 1:15pm
Welcome and Introduction 1:15pm – 2:00pm Film Screening: “Mohawk Nation” (1978) 2:00pm – 2:15pm
Short Break 2:15pm – 2:40pm Film Screening: “Rose” (2022) 2:45pm – 4:00pm
Open Discussion How can you participate? Join us in person or online by registering for the Zoom Meeting or watching live on YouTube.
MNN. FEB. 1, 2022. This amazing book contains new oral history by key figures of the Rotisken’rhakéhte’s revival in the 1970s, and tells the story of the Warriors’ famous flag, their armed occupation of Ganienkeh in 1974, and the role of their kaianerekowa constitution, the Great Peace, in guiding their commitment to freedom and independence.
The first collection of its kind, The Mohawk Warrior Society: A Handbook on Sovereignty and Survival uncovers a hidden history and paints a bold portrait of the spectacular experience of Kanien’kehá:ka survival and self-defense. In this anthology, Mohawk Warriors tell their own story with their own voices and serve as an example and inspiration for future generations struggling against the environmental, cultural, and social devastation cast upon the modern world. This 320-page book also has a stunning collection of over 40 full-color pages of paintings, artwork, and flyers by Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall. Learn more about the book and contributors below. Preorder your copy, check out all the rewards, and please consider choosing a “donation” option or add-on so we can send free copies to the kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers) who are based in Kahnawake to get them out into the world. Thanks in advance for your help getting this important book into the world!
The first collection of its kind, this anthology by members of the Mohawk Warrior Society uncovers a hidden history and paints a bold portrait of the spectacular experience of Kanien’kehá:ka survival and self-defense. Providing extensive documentation, context, and analysis, the book features foundational writings by prolific visual artist and polemicist Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall (1918–1993)—such as his landmark 1979 pamphlet, The Warrior’s Handbook, as well as selections of his pioneering artwork. This book contains new oral history by key figures of the Rotisken’rhakéhte’s revival in the 1970s, and tells the story of the Warriors’ famous flag, their armed occupation of Ganienkeh in 1974, and the role of their constitution, the Great Peace, in guiding their commitment to freedom and independence. We hear directly the story of how the Kanien’kehá:ka Longhouse became one the most militant resistance groups in North America, gaining international attention with the Oka Crisis of 1990. This auto-history of the Rotisken’rhakéhte is complemented by a Mohawk history timeline from colonization to the present, a glossary of Mohawk political philosophy, and a new map in the Kanien’kéha language. At last, the Mohawk Warriors can tell their own story with their own voices, and to serve as an example and inspiration for future generations struggling against the environmental, cultural, and social devastation cast upon the modern world.
The book is by Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall, Kahentinetha Rotiskarewake, Philippe Blouin, Matt Peterson, and Malek Rasamny.
“While many have heard of AIM & the Red Power movement of the ’60s and ’70s, most probably do not know the story of the Mohawk warriors and their influence on Indigenous struggles for land and self-determination, then and now. These include the 1974 Ganienkeh land reclamation (which still exists today as sovereign Mohawk territory), the 1990 Oka Crisis (an armed standoff that revived the fighting spirit & warrior culture of Indigenous peoples across North America), and the Warrior/Warrior Unity flag, a powerful symbol of Indigenous resistance today commonly seen at blockades & rallies. The Mohawk Warrior Society tells this history in the words of the Mohawks themselves. Comprised of interviews with some of the key participants, as well as The Warrior’s Handbook and Rebuilding the Iroquois Confederacy (both written by Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall, who also designed the Warrior/Unity flag), this book documents the important contributions Mohawk warriors have made to modern Indigenous resistance in North America.” —Gord Hill, Kwakwaka’wakw, author of 500 Years of Indigenous Resistance and The Antifa Comic Book
“This clear and stimulating book had me on edge from beginning to end. No matter who we are we can learn from these histories of the Iroquois Confederacy as related by its present-day members, lessons pertaining to non-hierarchical political organization and the care of the land. In the age of Black Lives Matter this work makes the case for autonomous life-spaces free of US or Canadian state control.” —Michael Taussig, Class of 1933 Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University, City of New York
“This book is a window into a world seldom glimpsed by Europeans and their settler descendants. Revealed to us is the inner vision of First Nation liberation movements that emerged from forms of government within which group autonomy and individual freedom have been cherished for thousands of years. Despite inspiring the US Constitution, these confederacies were heavily repressed and forced underground. At the end of the 1960s, the Warrior Society was rekindled by seven original members who vowed to defend their people against state violence depriving them of their rights. Overnight, they were joined by hundreds throughout Mohawk lands, then thousands all over the Iroquois Confederacy, with supporters from the East Coast to the West Coast in North and South America. The Warrior Society emerged within a broader cultural renaissance that imbued traditional matrilineal cultures with new vitality. As part of the global awakening of the 1960s, they were more popularly rooted than AIM or the Black Panthers. Their Great Law provides an ecological and democratic framework for peaceful coexistence of all peoples.” —George Katsiaficas, author of The Subversion of Politics: European Autonomous Social Movements and the Decolonization of Everyday Life and The Global Imagination of 1968: Revolution and Counterrevolution
“This book takes the reader behind the masks of the Mohawk Warrior Society, exploring the deep roots of the controversial Indigenous movement that precipitated the 78-day standoff at Oka in 1990. Offering unprecedented oral histories, concept glossaries, and transcripts of internal documents, this auto-history presents the perspective of the Rotisken’rhakéte in their own words. All readers interested in contemporary Indigenous resistance to colonialism will find much of value in this unique compendium that goes beyond the well-known symbols to explain their origins and meaning.” —Jon Parmenter, Associate Professor of History at Cornell University, and author of The Edge of the Woods: Iroquoia, 1534–1701
“The Mohawk Warrior Society is an excellent collection of stories about colonialism and resistance in Turtle Island—a must read for settler allies seeking to learn and unlearn the histories of colonial violence that structure our contemporary relations. In providing vital histories of state repression and Indigenous resilience, the teachings in this volume can inform all contemporary efforts working towards decolonialization.” —Jeffrey Monaghan, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Carleton University, co-author of Policing Indigenous Movements: Dissent and the Security State
“I’ve been blessed because I came to know the Unity Flag by seeing Oka on TV when I was young. When I got married they wrapped us with the flag, it has been a part of all the spiritual ceremonies that I went to, it has been present at every blockade. Along with the Women’s Warrior Flag, it’s a symbol that’s embedded in our spirit, and it’s always been an inspiration. Louis Hall, Ganienkeh, and The Warrior’s Handbook were way ahead of their time, back when people were just starting to fight back, fighting to get their land back. The intention of The Warrior’s Handbook and Unity Flag was for all Indigenous nations throughout the hemisphere and really the whole world to unite, and first and foremost to fight. That’s why this book is so important, it’s something that Louis Hall has gifted to all red nations.” —Kanahus Freedom Manuel, Indigenous land defender, Secwepemc Women Warrior Society, Tiny House Warriors
“This is a compelling account of the political struggle for the return of indigenous thought through the words of those Kaianerehkó:wa Mohawks affiliated with the original 1970s Warrior Society. It offers a trenchant and witty critique of settler colonialism together with a body of teachings aimed at re-establishing balance and harmony. It is for the Kanien’kehá:ka, the indigenous peoples of Turtle Island, and all people troubled by the state of our relations to each other and to the beings of the land that make us as well as those who care for it.” —Eduardo Kohn, Associate Professor of Anthropology at McGill University, and author of How Forests Think
About the Contributors
Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall (1918–1993) was a prolific Kanien’kehá:a painter and writer from Kahnawake, whose work continues to inspire generations of indigenous people today. A man of all trades, Karoniaktajeh worked as a butcher, a carpenter, and a mason. Initially groomed for a life in the priesthood, Karoniaktajeh (on the edge of the sky) began his life as a devout Christian before later turning against what he saw as the fallacies of European religion, and deciding to reintegrate himself into the traditional Longhouse and help revive “the old ways.” Appointed as the Secretary of the Ganienkeh Council Fire, he became a prominent defender of indigenous sovereignty, and was instrumental in the reconstitution of the Rotisken’rhakéhte (Mohawk Warrior Society). His distinctive artwork includes the iconic Unity Flag, which still symbolizes indigenous pride across Turtle Island (North America). His legacy as a revivor and innovator of traditional Mohawk culture includes his works The Warrior’s Handbook (1979) and Rebuilding the Iroquois Confederacy (1980). Both these texts, which served during their time as a political and cultural call to arms for indigenous communities across Turtle Island, were initially printed by hand and distributed in secret.
Kahentinetha Rotiskarewake is a Kanien’kehá:ka from the Bear Clan in Kahnawà:ke. Initially working in the fashion industry, Kahentinetha went on to play a key role as speaker and writer in the indigenous resistance, a role which she has fulfilled consistently for the last six decades. During this time she witnessed and took part in numerous struggles, including the blockade of the Akwesasne border crossing in 1968. She has published several books including Mohawk Warrior Three, and has been in charge of running the Mohawk Nation News service since the Oka Crisis in 1990. She now cares for her twenty children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Kahentinetha means “she who is always at the forefront.”
Philippe Blouin writes, translates, and studies political anthropology and philosophy in Tionni’tio’tià:kon (Montreal). His current PhD research at McGill University seeks to understand and share the teachings of the Tehiohate (Two Row Wampum) to build decolonial alliances. He has published essays in Liaisons, Stasis, and an afterword to George Sorel’s Reflections on Violence.
Matt Peterson is an organizer at Woodbine, an experimental space in New York City. He is the co-director of The Native and the Refugee, a multi-media documentary project on American Indian reservations and Palestinian refugee camps.
Malek Rasamny co-directed the research project The Native and the Refugee and the feature film Spaces of Exception. He is currently a doctoral candidate in the department of Social Anthropology and Ethnology at the Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) in Paris.
The Mohawk Warrior Society: A Handbook on Sovereignty and Survival Editors: Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall • Edited by Kahentinetha Rotiskarewake, Philippe Blouin, Matt Peterson, and Malek Rasamny Series: PM Press ISBN: 9781629639413 Published: 05/24/2022 Format: Paperback Size: 6×9 Pages: 320 Subjects: SOCIAL SCIENCE / Native American Studies • HISTORY / Indigenous Peoples of the Americas • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Colonialism & Post-Colonialism
Table of Contents
Part I. 1. An Introduction to Sovereignty and Survival Part II. An Oral History of the Warrior Society 1. Tekarontakeh 2. Kakwirakeron 3. Kanasaraken 4. Ateronhiatakon Part III. Rekindling Resistance 1. Basic Principles of the Kaianerekó:wa, by Kahentinetha (1997) 2. The Iroquoian Use of Wampum, by Ateronhiatakon (1988) 3. I Am A Warrior, by Karhiio Part IV. On Karoniaktajeh 1. Who was Karoniaktajeh?, by Kahentinetha 2. Karonhiaktajeh Remembered Part V. Karoniaktajeh’s Writings 1. Ganienkeh Manifesto (1974) 2. Warrior’s Handbook (1979) 3. Rebuilding the Iroquois Confederacy (1985) Part VI. Appendices 1. Mohawk Warrior History Timeline 2. Skakwatakwen Concept Glossary 3. Place and Peoples Names 4. Pronunciation Guide
Detail of the reversible benefit bandana
All proceeds go to Resist Line 3–Camp Migizi. The bandanas are union made and printed with the text:
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We think karonhiaktajeh Louie Hall would love the words in this song: “Louie, Louie, we gotta go. yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!”
MNN. SEP. 22, 2021.The election computers won again! Using up money. Stopping parliament. Parliament closed for a year during covid. Candidates are not to be trusted. They all want to keep things going the way they are, another 4 years of resource extortion from turtle island. During the campaign none dared to mention the biggest secret of the Queen, the horrific unmarked graves of the murdered native children. Their true allegiance is to maintain their power. How do the natives that voted feel now? They gave up the fight and joined the oppressors against us.
INVADERS CAME, DESTROYED & HAVE TO LEAVE.
Not coincidental is appointing Inuit Mary Simon as Governor General to stand for the Crown. None talked about the orange shirts. She was the cleaning lady sweeping it under the carpet forever. The Canadian public has already forgotten about that. The settlers did all the murdering and benefitted.
The rulers want us to continue suffering. By 2024 they hope we won’t exist as onkwehonweh, the original people of turtle island, that we will all be assimilated into the body politic of the colony of Canada by the stroke of Mary’s pen. They will never become a country because we will always be here as creation intended. They all campaigned for ‘canadiens’. We are not shareholders of the corporation of the government of Canada. We original onkwehonwe were never mentioned. They represent only the incorporated Metis, Inuit land first nations.
The house Indians who work for the government are not mentally rotinoshonni’onwe. They work to extinguish us according to the Indian Lands Act of Oct. 25, 1924. Their mind has been genocided. Some even sit in parliament to exterminate us. They love their white masters and being their pet dog. They have huge salaries, better houses, cars and vacations than their families. They might get a pat in the head and a bone if they obey. Like Jody. who got kicked down the basement stairs by Trudeau, where are they going to stay if they don’t bark and cower? Bad dog! When the master gets sick, they hold the master’s hand until he gets better, like a good dog should. A few favorites on the rez have all the businesses and jobs. They look like cardboard cut-outs of their masters, wearing ties, three piece suits, ribbon shirts with bolo ties and a metis sash for the good government Indian photos. The master even puts on a headdress and poses with them.
“100 YEAR BUSINESS PLAN” OF GENOCIDE : INDIAN LANDS ACT OF OCT. 25 1925
None can get a ’real’ job where they do nothing The only jobs are smoke and pot shops or the band council. Their mind is always on the next fixed election where the corporation is allowed another 4 years of unimpeded resource extraction of our wealth. 99% of the true indigenous refuse to take part in this exercise.
They want a $40 to $50 an hour job with all the benefits, which works out to $65 an hour. 2% of the people vote. When the master’s country is on fire, the house Indians run out and try to put it out. Back on the rez people in the trenches are stabbed in the back and blacklisted. kaianerekowa must be reasserted over all of turtle island. In the meantime we burn tobacco and wear that ‘original homeland security fighting terrorism since 1492’ T-shirt. to reinstate our true onkwehonweh jurisdiction on our homeland.
The field warriors are the real sovereigns. We are given dirty water to drink, toxic waste dumped up to our front door, and get leftovers so we can get sick and die. We have survived through the harshest economic sanctions of any people on earth. Everytime we try to make money in their fake economy we are arrested. We can’t work for ourselves. The government wants taxes and have numerous penalties for not having a GST or some other number or colonial id. We get pretend invoices and threats. They have the most stringent economic sanctions since 1924 when the put us on the reserves. They beat and threatened us from morning to night. We despise the master. The puppets love their master.
The ‘uncle tomahawks’ are well paid and trained to keep us in line, passive, peaceful, non-violent. It is like being sent to an Indian Affairs dentist, getting our teeth pulled with no pain killer. They want us to feel the pain so we suffer and say nothing because Indian Affairs pays for it from our Indian Trust Fund.
The great peace tells us not to fight until you die, but to fight until you win. The kaianerekowa, great peace philosophy teaches us to never suffer the enemies. We learn to be intelligent, courteous and respectful of others. When someone puts his hand on us, we defend ourselves. The white monster tried to kill the kaianerekowa, great peace, to make us into sheep. The band and tribal puppets are traitors. The uncle toms mimic the white monster. An Indian and inuit women are made prominent. celebrities with fake prestige and influence, appointed by the government to speak for us without our consent. The field warriors have no voice on mainstream media. Those who criticize them are unknown unheard of idols.
The sell out local band tribal leaders falsely speak for the grass roots at every turn. They help keep us in the rez mentality of hopelessnes and helplessness. Any onkwehonweh, true native, rising up must be approved by the rulers, otherwise they are punished and blacklisted for opposing the white monsters.
When the unmarked graves of our children were found, they jumped up and took over the agenda to help Canadien squatters forget about it.
A ‘revolution is coming’, making the corporate power structure of systemic injustice, racism and hatred concerned. The brown steamroller of peace is on its way. The field warriors have no leaders to buy off and control. The state’s Indian puppets are ordered to cool us down. Historically, 1% of the people can wake up the 99%.
The puppets are ordered to not fight each other but make it look like they are cooperating with us. They get the top position in the movement and get the grassroots to fight each other using 51% majority rules. The appointed ‘leaders’ raise funds in our name, which we never see. The chairman is a prominent House Indian and the backroom co-chair we never see communicates with the government and gets the money. Top public relations experts put the mainstream media at their disposal. Corporate civil rights organizations join the movement. Invited to join the “revolution” are priests, rabbis, old white preachers, labor, catholics, jews, liberals and protestants who march at the front pretending to be with the people, but they steer the revolution.
When you have strong hot brown coffee, you put cream in it to weaken it. It becomes a white drink and cools down. It woke you up one time and now it puts you to sleep. It’s called infiltration. We grassroots are hot and uncompromising.
The white monsters act like they love natives and fool a lot of us. The public don’t see what’s genuinely going on. They use the ancient Roman tactic of bread and circus to pacify the people. They hope we field natives are controlled so tight that we are told where to come, how to stop, what sign to carry, what to say. The Indian leaders get the award for best supporting cast. Then they are told to get out of town by sundown and lay low until their master calls them back.
Just like a dog listening to his master, the band councils love this song about dogs: “Woke up this morning, my dog was dead. Someone disliked him and shot him through the head. Woke up this morning, my cat had died. I know I’ll miss her, sat down and cried. Came home this evening, my hog was gone. People here don’t like me, I think I’ll soon move on. Now somethings happened, that would make a saint frown. I turned my back and my house burned down”.
LAST QUEEN, LAST POPE was first posted on Feb. 28, 2014. The knock out blow to “dump the queen” gained momentum when Prince Harry and Meghan thrashed the monarchy, its racism, no concern for the people, genocide and general nastiness.
Harry & Meghan. spilling the beans.
The Queen is the main mask of the Crown as head of the Company/corporation called “Canada’, a Mohawk word for “squatters”. She is the major shareholder of the Crown based in the VatIcan which has false claims to own our mother, the earth. All mainstream media of the “Five Eyes” is through the Queen’s intelligence service MI5, “operation mockingbird”. We saw classy Meghan professionally take down the British aristocratic amateurs of “the firm”. Meghan gave the Nazi House of Windsor a good beating. Like the French Revolution the only way to be free is “off with their heads”.
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MNN. Feb. 28, 2014. Soon the British monarch, her family, and her minions, as per the Magna Carta, will be removed by the people of England. When that happens, all her corporate assets – Canada, US, Australia and New Zealand – will revert to the true natural owners placed by creation. The “Crown” based in the Vatican and all their banking tentacles throughout the world will fall. The Pope is the Emperor of Rome. Everyone who takes an oath to a criminal is a criminal. They will be dealt with.
Queen: “No. We won’t trade jobs. Mine is to kill & pillage. Yours is to pacify & salt away the money!”
The Kaianerekowa will then be applied on Great Turtle Island. The Onkwehonwe will deal with the “masters of war” using our law and new technology, to make them clean up their mess. These criminals will answer to the people for each one of the over 100 million Indigenous they murdered here.
The oligarchy teaches that whoever has the most money makes the rules. The revolution has begun in each person’s mind. We are each sovereign in our own mind. Anyone can tell us what they think, not what to think. The spiritual frequency changes that will occur on our Mother Earth will cause everyone to remember everything from every past life. We’re not sure who said this:
The waters of truth will clean everything. The oligarchy will be washed away. Once the earth begins her cleansing, there will be no more lies, murder or destruction.
We Onkwehonwe were to teach them to love and take care of each other and every living thing attached to the earth in our communities. The weapons of war will be buried under the Tree of Peace for all time.
The Black Wampum will be applied to all the criminals.
The black wampum hits the floor. Then the warrior smashes the criminal’s head, tehonwatisokwariton, to smash out evil from the brain where it starts. The reason that the head is emptied to the ground is because that is where the evil exists and will be purified by the earth.
They will have one last chance to become of one mind with us. When the War Chief drops the black wampum they can grab it before it hits the floor. If they do not grasp it, the men will bash in their heads with war clubs. Their brains will be on the floor next to the black wampum. This will happen in all Great Turtle Island communities. Genocide has always been their plan for us. The DNA memory of those who did the genocide will be erased from mankind. They and their weapons will be buried, never to be seen again.
Elizabeth and Francis will be the last Monarch and the last Pope. Good riddance!
As Johnny Cash foretold, the oligarchs will be cast into a burning ring of fire, and they will go down, down, down, and the flames will shoot higher. And it burns, burns, burns, the ring of fire! Johnny Cash. “Ring of Fire”.
MNN. Jan. 9, 2021. TEWAARATON. Lacrosse is more than just a game where some lose and some win. This game is played for medicine for all life and it’s played for creation. Today sports reflects Western society as a battle to beat one another and to be rewarded with money.
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MNN. This story was originally posted on May 25, 2013. Lacrosse [TEWAARATON] was created before the arrival of people on Mother Earth. The first game was played between the winged ones and the four-legged ones. In the end the winged ones won because they understood that every mind is important to the whole, no matter how small. The capitalist two party system of majority rules means almost half have no voice. The great peace system is created so that 100% either totally agree or understand the decision. When a final decision in the consensus process is at a stalemate, tewaaraton, the game of creation, is played to resolve the issue and replace war.
Rotino’shonni Lacrosse has been using the Haudenosaunee passports since 1990. In 2010 The UK Border Agency of the British Government refused to accept the legitimate Haudenosaunee issued passport and travel identity. The sovereign rotino’shonni can only compete as the original people of turtle island. The other competitors are corporate states. Germany stepped aside so the eira’kwah, Iroquois could play in the top 6 teams.
The U19 team defeated Team USA in July 2012. In January 2013 a decision was made to deny the Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse a position in the top division at the 2014 World Championships in Denver on Onowaregeh/Great Turtle Island because they were denied entrance into England. It was appealed to the Federation of International Lacrosse which upheld it. A second appeal was launched to the General Assembly. 2/3 majority is needed to overturn it. it was not overturned because you can’t get justice from the enemy which is the problem.
It’s an “in your face” violation of our rights. The colonists, US and Canada, want to control us. Should we exercise our right to use our own identification, they want to control that. The military are in charge of the global intelligence system of ID and access to information about us and everybody else.
Presently these “control freaks” have no legal rights to our personal information. When we cross any corporate border, we tell them our name and nation. When we agree to let US and Canadian corporate entities issue us their IDs, they will have access to all data from our computers, pocket PCs, networks, phones, social security, social insurance, medical records, financial information, credit cards, our property, our family relations, and so on.
With this information US and Canada can manage, control and enhance their genocidal policies against us. We have every right to resist it. We have to be contained while the capitalists steal and destroy the natural world, which includes us. We are targeted for unequal opportunity, unequal dignity and unequal quality of life because we are the titleholders of Great Turtle Island. Today’s collapse of the democratic system is based on the mistaken 51% majority rules concensus process which leaves 49% without a voice. The collapse of the capitalist money system is starting now! The nature of capitalism is to forever grow, is toxic and unsustainable with the natural law.
The Western Roman Society [Papacy] needs to learn about the tewaaraton and its proper role in the social consensus process.
As John Lennon and the Plastic Ono Band sing: “Power to the people. Power to the people. Power to the people, right on! Say you want a revolution. We better get on right away. While you get on your feet and out on the street. Singing, power to the people!
So it is said, the source energy of all creation comes in our mind. Using this power makes each of us creators. No one can tell us what to think. We become as one with the universe. No matter the size of the mind, we are an important part of the whole. tewatatewenní:io means we are each sovereign people and we are to roam our land free as the thunder. For 500 years the settler colonial intruders refuse to stop controlling, stealing our resources, destroying our mother and mistreating us. They refuse to live by the great peace, and can no longer squat on onowarekeh, turtle island. They say they love our land but they pollute it. Or they stand by like careless drunks watching our mother earth being poisoned.
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON Mar. 24, 2015.What happens to plutocrats and their followers when colonialism is over? A great big hangover. After centuries of oppression these unconscionable parasites suffer in agony from dehydration, headaches, dizziness, fatigue, hyper-excitability, anxiety and remorse. They can’t stop preying on us, our lives and blood. Their fake matrix is falling apart and can’t sustain them. They need pacified and scared slaves to operate their resource grab. The ‘beast of war’ is hysterical and waging last ditch colonial wars to continue their deadly illusion of power.
“OW! I’M OUT OF COLONIES, HONEY. HAVE YOU GOT ANYMORE ASPIRIN?”
The West is suffering from the morning after hangover. They fear losing the greedy colonial lifestyle. They benefit from the unempathetic theft and can’t operate without their compliant slaves. They will do anything to keep running their old rapacious game. France, England, Spain, Holland, Portugal and Germany are the biggest predators. They rampaged, raped, murdered and pillaged ongwe’hon:weh [natural people of the world]. They accumulated through blood lust, warmongering and chaos. Now the US colony is colonizing Europe. Russia is once again caught up in their fascist aspirations.
The oligarchs enjoy inflicting pain. The victims are protecting themselves by disappearing, missing work, low job performance, reduced productivity, poor achievement and less spending [WHILE THE COVID 19 VIRUS CHASES THEM].
Some complications of colonial hangovers are the ascent of China and Russia, throwing a wrench into the plans of the West. They do not follow the pyramidal power structure of the Vatican controlled corporations. Russia is preparing for their defence because they have seen the West at its worst in two world wars. We as Kanion’ke:haka/Mohawks thank the Russian people for ending the banker created World Wars I and II. Nia:wen kowa! They refused to be part of the biggest genocide carried out by the monarchies of Europe upon the native people of turtle island.
Jigosaseh warned Dekanawida about the dangerous men who “eat humans” and stand in the way of peace. Dekanawida said that it is each ones duty to end such evils so that all people may go about from place to place without fear.
As the Irish Rovers sing about the hangover that the “rich cats” are feeling:“Could have been the whisky. Might have been the gin. Could have been the 3 or 4 six-packs. I don’t know. But look at the mess I’m in. My head’s like a football. I think I’m gonna die. Tell me, me oh me, oh my. Wasn’t that a party”.
MNN. Nov. 3rd, 2020. The New World Order NWO is polluting the Finger Lakes, which is the source of all major rivers in northeastern United States. It is also the source of the greatest true democracy in the world that came from the Iroquois Confederacy. The Confederacy and its allies still maintain unceded sovereignty over the Western Hemisphere. Obviously Hunter Biden wants to show by his tattoo of the Finger Lakes on his back that he is part of the source of the pollution that is entering the water systems in eastern United States. [See story below].
Our mother earth and creation have not been asked about this unnatural white man invented ‘new world order’ plan from Klaus Schwab [GREAT FASCIST RESET]. Our mother and creation have all the say. No one wants to go to war with nature because they will lose. To set up the NWO the indigenous people of turtle island will have to be removed so as to turn turtle island into terra nullius, unoccupied land. Then they think they will own our land and all the resources.
Our ancestors warned us of this day. Don’t let them put those 5G wires all over your head. The 1 percent wealthy elite think they are going to run the NWO with their polluted and twisted minds. Critics are going be moved into dissenter camps across turtle island [North America] and throughout the world. We are the spiritual true owners of turtle island, the Western Hemisphere. They want us “disappeared”. They’re not sure how to do it. They avoid making a covenant of peace and have a hands-off relationship with us. We will tell them to stay in their ship and we will stay in our canoe.
We are sad and alarmed that US, Canada and others are being taken in by lies coming from the NWO. The invaders have no good purpose in life because they have cut themselves from their own aboriginal roots throughout the world. They have always tried to cut us from ours. They cannot re-attach themselves to nature unless they go back to their own homelands and regain their connection to their ancestors. They don’t belong here. Things must be settled with us based on the great peace and the damage done to our mother earth must be fixed.
We are sad to see people walking around Walmart wearing masks walking in circles, not knowing where they are going. Their eyes are empty as they don’t know what’s going to happen next.
Our feet are rooted in the ground and we know who we are.
The elites are planning to rule all humanity through the “financialization of Nature”. A leaf cannot turn into a dollar bill. True wealth is the good things that one does for other people. It is impossible for anyone to steal and patent all of the planet’s biodiversity, including the oceans. Idiotic nonsense! This is how distorted minds see the natural order. Making deals with each other to eventually sell each other out. When they get what they want, they become even more possessive and greedy with each other and everybody.
Canadian Justin Trudeau and Joe Biden support the NWO. They think that somehow they will become kings with their own thrones. In fact they will be lapdogs for their NWO masters. Our mother earth and the natural power of creation will fight them if they don’t live by nature’s rules. They will become sick and die.
We don’t have to accept the NWO fascism, the fear mongering, the smartphones, the DNA editing, the walk into their transhuman hell. We will not be taken over, even in the smallest way. We will not give up our own personal sovereignty of our body, mind and energy.
Promises of jobs for everybody, 24 hour surveillance, vaccines with nanobots to change our DNA, eugenics, technocratic pharmaceutical hell and constant threats. The invaders follow any whim or idea that floats by them to make money. We don’t care what is promised. Our body and minds are made to heal themselves. Our feet are planted into solid ground. We can defeat them with the guidance of the great peace.
Those corporations called countries became big powers because they have nuclear bombs to drop on people. After World War II a decision was made that 5 nations will have an atomic bomb. France, England, Russia, China and the US. Then Israel, Pakistan, India and North Korea also got the bomb. Now they want to rule the world not because they are smart diplomats who want peace for all humanity. They are cabals that want world domination with everybody licking their feet. The biggest fear is that the nuclear bombers will rule the world as a group.That’s not going to happen!
Only the Iroquois and the kaianerekowa, the great peace, can stop this madness.When we make peace, we bury the hatchet. Dekanawida went to Atotarho, the chairman of the Iroquois Confederacy, to bring peace between warring peoples. A true peace can only be created when everybody gives up their weapons. They leave them at the door and shake hands and start to talk. World peace will come when we say, “You are going to bury all your bombs!’
An Iroquois, Ely S. Parker, sat between Robert E. Lee and Ulysses S. Grant, and got them to trust him. They felt comfortable and gave up their arms and anger. The South surrendered to the North in dignity. The Iroquois knew this was necessary to keep a real peace between them. Then they planted the tree of peace to replace the weapons.
Creation will always give you what you need. The NWO will try to control the food supply but nature will not let them. The NWO won’t let anyone have anything without the mark of the beast. The number 666 on the forehead and hands means control of minds and thinking and the hands which signifies the work they will be forced to do for the NWO. We don’t have to submit to this. Nature will always supply our needs.
We cannot cooperate with the New World Order. Watch out for that vaccine. Don’t pay your phone bill. 85% of the world don’t have phones, or computers or reception anyway. Go ‘unbanked’. Save yourself.
Our grandparents never drove a car, worked their 100 acre farm by hand, with no electricity, no phones, no running water. They raised 10 children who had other children. There are now over 1,000 kanienkehaka/Mohawks from those two people. Our grandparents proved that the NWO wasn’t necessary to supply our needs.
We will always find a way to survive.
Let’s bury fascism. It violates natural law. It will destroy itself.
The band Muse has a song we should all be singing right now: “Paranoia is in bloom. PR transmissions will resume. They’ll try to push drugs and keep us all dumbed down so that we can’t see the truth around. Another problem. Another scene. Another trapped lie to keep us trapped in greed. With all the green belts wrapped around our minds, so we can never see the truth around. So come on. [Muse. Uprising].
MNN. Oct. 31, 2020. ohenton kariwatekwen: These thanksgiving words are spoken at every gathering of the people. The orator thanks all that helps human life, the trees, water, winds, and so on and the power that produces them; they express their gratitude to the Earth where men dwell, to the streams of water, the pools and the lakes, to the maise and the fruits, to the medicinal herbs, to the animals that serve as food and give their pelts for clothing, to the thunderers; to the Sun, the mighty warrior, to the moon helper of all female life; to all the messengers of Creation that provide health and life.
THE MESSAGE: Our great teacher, dekanawida had a mission of world peace. At the deepest level we onkwehonweh [true natural people] are one body, energy and mind. dekanawida explained democracy to the ierokwa, [Iroquois], who listened. He asked us to help each individual in the world to figure out te-ia-ta-te-wen-nio, our sovereignty. He explained that we all have the energy of creation within our minds that gives us our power as creator beings to bring peace to everybody.
Europeans co-opted this philosophy and reconfigured it so as to conquer the world. They studied the kaianerekowa, the great peace, and infiltrated us.
An estimated 851,066 soldiers died in the American civil war. Today that equals 7.5 million deaths. We ierokwa [Iroquois] brought together two warring parties and solved their problem. Our Seneca statesman, Ely S. Parker, in April 1865, sat between Robert E. Lee, for the South, and Ulysses S. Grant for the North. Parker, of the Iroquois Confederacy, drafted in his own handwriting, which they both signed, the final terms of surrender at the Appomattox Virginia courthouse. [https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-17604991]
The Iroquois knew how to use wampums, covenants and discussions to make peace.They would sit down between the two warring parties and say nothing. Then one word comes from one side and then from the other. Eventually they would arrive at an agreement by the people that works, tying the subconscious of everybody together for thousands of years. We put down our anger, shared the gifts of nature and became one people to this day.
In the early 1960s Oren Lyons, a Seneca artist living in New York City, was selected by the economic elite to misrepresent the power of the Six Nations Iroquois Confederacy in Onondaga. They provided funds, fame and instructions on continuing war and confusion to take over of the world.
They knew of the power of the true great peace to energize the world and spread peace and harmony. But they bastardized our philosophy. They set up their posse, the United Nations, on our land to control and fool the world. The UN is a worldwide dictatorship camouflaged as peacekeepers.
We have long seen that the UN that has been placed on our land, to be the headquarters of the New World Order. The true onkwehonweh of turtle island have never had a voice. Only the puppeteer councils and spies are invited to speak at the private Rockefeller Foundation’s United Nations Corporation. They put on a smoke and mirrors show to turn eternal peace into never ending war. They and the UN have never stood for truth and justice for our people.
The key is the principles of the great peace. When the atotarho, the chairman of the Iroquois Confederacy, Leon Shenandoah, was dying, everybody wanted the power. In our way the dying person transfers their ability for peace to those they chose and trust to carry the message. The responsibilities of life must continue in a chosen carrier.
The atotarho refused to speak to Oren Lyons and kept him in the hall of the hospital. The billionaires were anxious for Lyons to be the new atotarho to control the world according to the “new world order” dictatorship.
Instead Shenandoah called for four Mohawks from Kahnawake to join him at his deathbed. He transferred to those he trusted the message of peace to the world. He wanted those who would be servants of the people to spread true democracy, love, perfection, beauty, everything that is good in the universe. Not to those who would usurped the powers of the position for themselves, as a means to gain control and power over the world.
Since 200 to 300 years the French and English have wanted to control that centre of power to make everybody subservient to them. The pedophiles, otherwise known as the Vatican, continue to want to govern turtle island. Emotional immaturity causes pedophilia.
Onondaga and the Confederacy are the centre of all the goodness carried by all major rivers of upstate New York that flow into all parts of turtle island. Oniatario [lake ontario] means peaceful waters.
We are “guardians of the eastern door” into turtle island. The Iroquois will crush the head of the serpent under the foot of saratoga [under the heel coming from the east]. The European monarchies, except England, are still controlled by the Vatican. This faction plans to invade turtle island. We want our cleansing waters from deep within our land to flow throughout turtle island to keep it clean. Foreign immigrants are polluting the entire Great Lakes system which the ‘new world order’ wants to pollute.
thahoketoteh sings about the river of life: “What a magic place this is. The giver of all life and teacher to all. It starts as a trickle in the hills and continues growing wider on its call, feeding everything on its path and asking nothing but respect from the biggest tree right to the smallest insect. It then becomes a highway for fish, man and beast, continuing on its journey that will never cease. The river of life has many falls, twists and turns and steep walls. We travel down it in our own way. The same has been from the very first day. I’ll stay in my canoe. You stay in your boat. I only hope you stay afloat. I’ll smile at you. You wave at me. We’ll continue on toward the sea.”