mohawk-warrior-book-launchImage by Kanien’kehá:a artist, author, and activist, Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall, 1918-1993

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.

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MNN. 19 Nov. 2020. The word “toronto” comes from a Mohawk expression, “aterontoh”, which means “Where they put the logs into the water”,   “ontario” comes from “oniatario”, which means “a beautful lake” and “canada” comes from the word “kanata” which means “squatters”.

This story was published on May 31, 2008.

Last November 2007 the Six Nations Confederacy reminded the Mississauga that Toronto sits on part of Haudenosaunee Territory. We refused to give up the 372 square miles of land on Lake Ontario. In 1787 the British brought in the Mississauga who are Algonquian from northern Ontario and got them to fraudulently sell our land to them. The Mississauga said, “It’s not our land, but we’d be glad to sell it to you!” They accepted L1,700 pounds and signed a blank sheet of paper. Why? Because they knew it wasn’t theirs. 

Now 221 years later Toronto is trying to buy it again because it wasn’t done “right” the first time. Once again, the colonists are trying to buy it from the Algonquian “misclaimers”.

The “Toronto Purchase of 1787 & 1805” and an area 12, 944, 400 acres in south and central Ontario known as the “Williams Treaty” of 1923 are part of this shady land deal. 

Another “tall tale” is about the Toronto Islands which Toronto wants to buy from the Mississauga. This is a group of 15 islands amounting to 332 acres about 1.6 km south of downtown Toronto. It was originally a peninsula made up of eroded sand and gravel carried west from the Scarborough Bluffs. In 1858 a violent storm separated the mainland from the islands. Since then the islands have been doubled in size. It is now an 8 km hook broken on the inside into tiny lagoons and islets. City Centre Airport is on the northwest area. Toronto then known as “York” was built inland protected by the old peninsula. 

The Mississauga even put in a claim to the two homes in Burlington of Mohawk traitor, Joseph Brant. Though we know this sell-out to the British is a treasonous bastard, his house and land still belong to us. We could turn it into a “Treason Museum” and display the 1805 Confederacy declaration signed by all 50 chiefs that he is a traitor to our people. He sold and gave away our land to his British army buddies and American UEL friends.  

Involved in this real estate “swindle” are the following Algonquian culprits, the communities of Hiawatha, Scugog, Alderville, Curve Lake, New Credit First Nation, Chippewa Nation of Georgina Island, Christian Island, Rama as well as Moose Deer Point. 

In 1784 Joseph Brant did state that the Haldimand Tract and the land between the three lakes was already Six Nations Land under protection from encroachment by squatters by the King, the Nan Fan Treaty, Peace Treaty of Montreal 1701, the 1725 Treaty, the Silver Covanent Chain and the Royal Proclamation of 1763. These all affirmed that the original “Beaver Hunting Grounds” of the eastern half of Onowaregeh/Turtle Island remains under the sovereignty of the Kaianereh’ko:wa, the Great Law, as maintained by the iera’kwah, Six Nations Confederacy, our friends and allies. [See list below].   None of our land can ever be given up. 

The Haudenosaunee and the Algonquian are descended from the “Paleo”. There were three branches: two were called “Clovis” and “Folsom” who developed into the “Laurentian Archaic”, the ancestors of the Haudenosaunee.   The evidence indicates we are older than the Algonquians. 

The “Shield Archaic” developed into the “Plano Paleo” who are the ancestors of the Anishnawbek/Algonquian, who came from the western plains.  

The two cultures also developed vastly different burial practices.  The Laurentian Archaic/Haudenosaunee built elaborate burial and ceremonial mounds to honor our dead. 

The Shield Archaic/Algonquian cremated their dead. Their original area is rocky, with little soil and very cold, which did not lend itself to building large burial or ceremonial mounds. After they became Christians, they buried their people in Haudenosaunee grounds. 

A traditional migration story known as the “Wallum Olum” tells of a time when the “Le Nape”, the ancestors of all the Algonquian, were located at the head waters of the Mississippi River and in the Lake of the Woods in northwestern Ontario. They moved southward to the bank of the Mississippi River. On the east side of the “Great River” was a giant race of people known as the “Alleghans”, also called “Alligwi”, who are our iera’kwah, Iroquoian, ancestors. The Alleghans lived throughout the Ohio River valley which converged with the Mississippi River. They followed the course to its source in the Alleghany Mountains which they called the “Grandfather”. Our territory is from the Mississippi River to the east coast of Onowaregeh, Turtle Island.  

To the north of the Alleghans were the “Mengwe” [the ancestors of the Wendats] another of our iera’kwah Iroquoian relatives. The Le Nape asked the Mengwe to help them get permission to cross the Mississippi and pass through the land of the Alleghans. They got permission for “safe passage”. With our help it took many years for the Le Nape to migrate to the East Coast. From there they moved northward on their way back to their homeland in the Canadian Shield and the western prairies.  

When the Le Nape reached the east coast, they branched off into other Algonquian speaking people. The Delaware, in their language, refer to themselves as the “grandfathers” of all the Algonquian. They became matrilineal like the iera’kwah Iroquois. They even picked up a few souvenirs from the Mengwi and Alligwi like wooden carved masks which they had never used before in their ceremonies. 

Some of the direct Haudenosaunee ancestors of the Alleghans/Alligwi are the Erie-Alligiwi (aka Cherokee and Choctaw) and the Erie-Neutral (Susquehannock, Conestoga, Wenro). [See previous MNN article dated May 28, 2008 for full list]. The Alligwi and the Mengwe (Six Nations and Wendat) converged to form the “People of the Longhouse”. Our world view and ceremonies are more elaborate and completely different from the Anishnawbek. 

The Ontario Ministry of Culture confirmed in 2004 that there are no old

Mississauga burial sites in the Toronto area. How could there be when they cremated their dead? There are hundreds of Haudenosaunee burial and village sites throughout Southern Ontario and south of the Ottawa River. 

The Mississauga are being paid to invent history and say they are the original owners of all Haudenosaunee land in Southern Ontario and the land between the three lakes, Ontario, Erie and Huron. What a big farce! In 2006 Indian Affairs paid them $12 million plus for our land around the mouth of the Credit River and to keep their barefaced lying mouths shut! These “fibsters” are about to receive $15 billion for the “Toronto Purchase”. It is purported that they plan to build a huge industrial park for the military industry. 

The Six Nations Grand River Confederacy contacted Brian “An-Indian-who-tells-a-white-lie-for-owista[money]” LaForme, the “big cheese” of the Mississauga of New Credit, to discuss this false land scam. He practically told them to “go f—k themselves” and to talk to his white lawyer, Kim Fullerton [contact info below] who never returned any calls. 

Then in October 2007 documents were taken to the “Toronto Aboriginal Affairs Committee” meeting to present to Mr. “B.S.” LaForme. It was about the “Thunderbird Mound” located on the village site of Taiaiagon in Toronto, [See map below] a Seneca-Mohawk village site on the Humber River dating back to 1687. He glanced at it, left it on the table and walked out.  

Researchers, archeologists, educators, politicians and traditional people from both Haudenosaunee and Anishnawbek confirm that the Mississauga are not from the Toronto area or from Southern Ontario. At the December 2, 2007 “Toronto Pow-wow”, Brian “Liar-Liar-Pants-on-Fire” LaForme publicly said with a flapping salivating “forked tongue” that “Toronto is the traditional territory of the Mississauga of New Credit”. He choked out this fiction in front of several Haudenosaunee chiefs from Six Nations. 

The Mississauga is a “rogue” band. On their website they state that they originated from the Mississippi River region of the Lake Superior highlands. They admit coming from the north into Southern Ontario. In 1784 their own Chiefs acknowledged they were not the owners of the land known as the Toronto Purchase, the Haldimand Tract or the land between the three lakes.  Two leaders of the Algonquian “Three Fires Confederacy” also confirm that the Mississauga is not a member of their alliance. 

According to our law, our land can never be alienated to any one as it is held by the women for the children yet to be born. The Haldimand Proclamation of 1784 was meant to protect the Mohawks, our posterity and those we invite to live with us from encroachment by the colonists. The Haldimand Tract is part of the vast Haudenosaunee Territory. 

Six Nations Confederacy acknowledges that in 1740 the Cayuga brought the Mississauga in as a “refugee nation” under the protection of the “Great Peace”. The Mississauga came to Southern Ontario onto the “Haldimand Tract”, after the whites kicked them out of Credit River in 1848. The Mississauga told the Confederacy that they were only “camping out overnight” and were on their way to the Detroit River, from where they were heading back northward to their homeland. They asked many times to extend their visit and never left. 

In the Great Law translation by A.C. Parker, the adoption of a “foreign” nation is temporary. The Mississauga remained under our protection as long as they respected the Great Law and our Confederacy. Now they are illegally assuming “acquired squatters rights” just like their masters, the colonists, who tell them, “You’ve been here for so long it’s yours now. So sell it to us”. There is no “squatters rights”! They have broken the conditions of their visit. They have to come to us for permission to stay. We have warned and given them a chance to live up to their adoption agreement. If they refuse to uphold the Great Law, we can’t protect them anymore. We must expel them from our territory and tell them to find their way home.  

In 1780 the Mississauga left their wampum behind for the Confederacy Council to hold. They never returned to take care of visitation matters. Should the “black beads” be held over their heads, they must come to us and make things right so they can catch the beads before they hit the ground. 

The Mississauga better talk with us immediately about their fraudulent claim to our land. Objections have been filed with all levels of the Canadian government, the United Nations and Mayor David Miller of Toronto. They all know full well that this land is ours.

A Tribe Called Red sing for the ratikonsataties, the unborn native children who own turtle island: “You have taken the land which is rightfully ours. Years from now, my people will be forced to live in mobile homes on reservations. Your people will wear cardigans and drink highballs. We will sell our bracelets by the roadsides. You will play golf and enjoy hot hors d’oeuvres. My people will have pain and degradation. Your people will have stick-shifts. The gods of my tribe have spoken. They have said, “Do not trust the Pilgrims”. And for all these reasons, I have decided to scalp you and burn your village to the ground.”

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The late Rastia’ta’non:ha, the executive director of the Taiaiako’n Historical Preservation Society, stands on what his group believes are ancient iera’kwah Iroquoian burial grounds in High Park. The group is working to have the area, now used by BMX bikers, protected. April 18, 2011. (Photo by Jayme Poisson/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

rastiata’non:ha, May 2nd, 2011: makes predictions:

Snake Mound Reconstruction: Rastia'ta'non:ha

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Map No. 1: 

Map Mississauga use to declare fraudulent land-claim

Federal Land Claims Commission Mississauga Land Claim-

Map No. 2.

Map of Toronto Purchase of 1805. 

NOTE: This Map also does not include the area that they are claiming in addition to the original 1805 Toronto Purchase, which also includes the waterfront and the Toronto Islands.

Map No. 3. 

Map of Toronto Mound sites: Thunderbird Mound, Bear Mound Complex & Tabor Hill which is also included in their Fraudulent Land Claim. These 3 sites are currently under the Trusteeship of the Six Nations Confederacy at Grand River.

SOME OF THE “COCK AND BULL Sh!T” TEAM: Indian Affairs: Patricia Valladao, Media Relations, (819) 997-8404; Diane Laursen, (819) 994-2044. Chief Bryan “Fibber” LaForme, 2789 Mississauga Road, R.R. #6, Hagersville, Ontario N0A 1H0 (905) 768-1133 bryanlaforme@newcreditfirstnatio; his “ambulance chaser” Kim Alexander Fullerton 256 Riverside Dr, Oakville, ON L6K 3M9 (905) 849-1700; Chief Commissioner Renée Dupuis Indian Claims Commission 613-943-2737; Ontario Ministry of Culture, Michael Johnson (416) 314-7144 Fax: (416) 314-7175,,; Ontario Realty Corporation Jim Butticci (416) 326-4761 Dr. Frank Dearman (416) 327-3937; Toronto Cops; Ontario Realty Corporation Jim Butticci- (416) 326-4761 email:; Dr. Frank Dearman (416) 327-3937;      

THE PEACE OF MONTREAL 1701.  The Iroquois of the League were the leaders in the negotiations with the French and other nations of the Great Lakes. The Algonquian have no power to make any treaties or agreements without consulting the Iroquois and all the signatories within the Peace Treaty of Montreal 1701 area. Should they do so their protection and treaty rights under the  treaty end. Their land claims and arbitrary arrangements with any colonial government is fraudulent.

The League of Six Nations signatories are:

Tekanoet-Seneca; Aouenano-Seneca; Tonatakout-Seneca; Ohonsiowanne- Onondaga; Toarenguenion-Seneca; Garonhiaron-Cayuga; Soueouon-Oneida; Teganiassorens-Mohawk;

L’Aigle (The Eagle) Sault St. Louis (Kaknawake) Mohawk.

The remaining signatories are:

Amikwas, Beaver Clan, represented by Mahingan and the Odawas who also spoke for them; Crees; Noro- The Foxes (or Outagamis) represented by Noro & Miskouensa; The Gens des terres ( Islanders); Kondiaronk- Huron-Petuns & Houatsaranti – Huron-Petuns; Quanrante Sols- Huron of the St. Joseph;  Kaskakias ( Illinois); Peorias ( Illinois); Tapouaros ( Illinois); Maroas (Illinois); -Coiracoentantanons (Illinois); Moingwenas (Illinois); Onanguice- Potowatomie; Courtemanche- Illinois; Kickapoos; Kiskatapi- The Mascouteans; Paintage- The Menominees; Chichicatalo- Miamis of the St. Jospeh River; Piankashaws; Ouiatenons; Chichicatalo – Miamis; Onanguice- Mississaugas; Onaganioitak – Nippissings; Outouagan (Jean Le Blanc)- Sable Odawas; Kinonge ( Le Brochet); Hassaki-Kiskakons (Culs Coupez);

Kileouiskingie-Kiskakons ( Culs Coupez); Chingouessi-Sinago Odawas; Elaouesse-Nassawaketons or Odawas of the Fork; Ouabangue-Ojibways (Saulteurs); Onanguice-Potawatomis; Ouenemek-Potawatomis; Coluby-Sauks; Timiskamings-from Lake Timiskaming ;

Puants-Winnebago; Otchagaras-Winnebago; Algonquians; Haouatchouath-Abenakis; Meskouadoue-Abenakis; Passamaqodys; Penobscots; Maliseets; Mi’kmaqs; Tsahounanhos-La Montagne; Montagnais; Susquehannocks;Mahicans


PLEASE SEND YOUR OBJECTIONS TO: QUEENIE ELIZABETH II, Buckingham Palace, LONDON UK; Governor General MICHAELLE “Haitian-Against-the-Nation” JEAN, 1 Rideau Hall, OTTAWA, ONTARIO; Canada Prime Minister STEPHEN HARPER, House of Commons, OTTAWA, ONTARIO; Ontario Premier DALTON McGUINTY, Queen’s Park, TORONTO, ONTARIO; Chief Doreen Davis, 3102-RR #2, Sharbot Lake, ONTARIO K0H 2P0 CHRISTOPHER M. REID, 154 Monarch Park Ave., TORONTO ONTARIO M4J 4R6; United Nations; Indian Affairs Minister; Toronto Mayor; Minister Ontario Aboriginal Affairs Michael Bryand %; and everybody else.

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MMN. Urgent update! Taken from unistoten facebook page. Molly Wicklham makes statement; 


“iakon”. INFORMATION, CONTACTS, RCMP MOVEMENTS ON UNISTOTEN WEBSITE. The 39 km camp has been completely taken down, arrests of the original people and their allies; police smashing car windows, confiscating communication devices. Many at this camp are international observers. [Follow up video from Molly]. The camps at 44 km. and 66 km. are still up.

Like Buffy Sainte Marie all onkwehonweh women know what the wetsuweten people are going through right now: “There is power in the blood, justice in the soul. When that call it comes, I will say no no no to war. Power in the blood,…”

Marc Miller is the Minister of Indigenous Affairs and is a reservist of the Special Operations Forces of the Canadian Army.


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 MNN. 23 Jan. 2020. The new Minister of Indigenous Services, Marc Miller, is a Cabinet minister who is also an army reservist of the Canadian Special Operations Forces Command. Indian Affairs is a department of the army. Turtle Island is illegally occupied by a foreign military force. 


Indigenous Affairs is a department of the army and the most important department in the government. The bankers list all our stolen assets as if it was theirs. The army’s main role in any country is to protect the treasury. Indian Affairs job is to keep the prisoners of war contained forever to maintain the occupation of onkwehonweh land. The cana’jon squatters have always planned a final extinction of our rights, culture and existence. 

Miller is in a conflict of interest. As a reservist he is involved with the Special Forces and as Minister of Indigenous Affairs he controls Indigenous Affairs at the political level.

The business plan is to assimilate us.  

The JAG Judge Advocate General of the Department of Defense is a court for domestic and international operations. The band councils are all part of the military system and could be tried in military court. .

Miller campaigned that he is part of the special bond between the reservists who are on call and the government. He is a member of a death squad.

Miller went to Brebeuf Jesuit College where the soldiers of the Vatican are trained. He’s an army officer, Minister of Indigenous Affairs and a Jesuit!

The 69 White Paper is being implemented in this Parliament’s current session as the “Framework Agreement”, to turn the small reserve plots into incorporated municipalities and to remove us. We cannot be remove3d from turtle island. We will be removed from the POW camps to become part of their corporate system,  as penned by Duncan Campbell Scott in his 100 year native business plan for the corporation. Their target is 2024, set by the passing of the Indian Lands Act. As long as we are alive they will never achieve their objective. 

Rule of Law is Admiralty Law of the Seas, which is banker’s law.

All of our assets are being used by the western banks. Like all politicians, Miller’s mission is financed by the banks of the City of London, whose shareholders hold the assets of the corporation. The privy council, Indian Affairs and the Cabinet work for the the city of London shareholders. 

How the corporation of Canada works. The Governor General is the CEO, the Prime Minister is the president, the Leader of the Opposition is the vice president and the Secretary Treasurer is the Minister of Finance. They all swear an oath of allegiance to the Queen, who represents the Crown shareholders, that they will never reveal any secrets. England gained their riches by invading, raping and robbing countries around the world.

Every cana’jon should ask for the list of shareholders of the corporation of the government of Canada. Bankers are the trustees of all municipal, provincial and federal corporations.

The HQ of the Canadian Special Forces Command is Gatineau Quebec, formerly Hull, 10 Wellington St. across from Ottawa, which we call kanatso. 

20% of military deployments are reservists. The reservists maintain readiness to work with regular forces at home and abroad for domestic and international operations, such as coastal, air, Arctic, territorial battalions and law enforcement support. 


Miller works for the military. When he is called up, he must go. 

Come clean, Mr. Miller, about the secrets Trudeau cannot reveal. According to kanienkehaka Mohawk ways, you have a duty to tell us everything.

The orator, Frank Zappa, hits it right when he describes in his “Torture never stops” song: “Flies all green and buzzing in his dungeon of despair. An evil prince eats a steaming pig in a chamber right near there. He eats the snouts and the trotters first. The loins and the groins are soon dispersed. His carving style is well rehearsed. He stands and shouts; All men be cursed. All men be cursed. All men be cursed. . . .”


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MNN. 8 OCT. 2019. otsinonwaksen okonha, the corporation of the government of Canada and its partners are a troubled people. The main questions for their current election debates should be, “How do we get out of making up for the brutality and genocide we are committing against the onkwehonweh’onwe, the original people, and all life on turtle island?” 


Owista [the money disease] governs corporate society. Their mouths say “me” instead of “we”. 

Politicians are trained actors who deceive the public from seeing that the corporation is based on 51% majority rules, the way a company is run, which is the government of Canada. Corporatism/fascism runs a quasi police state under Admiralty statute law with no constitutional remedy.


The original people, who live the natural way with all life, don’t belong in the corporate system. The immigrants are “regulating” us out of existence. 



If the citizenry of every municipality developed a municipal constitution based on the kaianerekowa, they could dissolve their corporate municipal company, which is being run by the secret shareholders on behalf of the bankers. They could come under the kaianerekowa, the great peace, and learn to get 100% agreement on all issues affecting the community. Canada could be a shining example to the world.

The foreign serpents’ edicts cannot remove us. tewatatawi is our nature. Today we onkwehonweh are in the “hilly country” healing and waiting for the return of the great peace. It will come. 

onkwehonweh”onwe’ means we are the people of the ‘forever’. We have been here before Canada, the Indian Act and the church. We did not come to turtle island on a ship. Creation, the universe, placed us on our mother. We are to spread the peace throughout the world. 

Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Ric Grech and the late great Ginger Baker gave us the message that everyone in the world must find their way back to their home: “Come down off your throne and leave your body alone. Somebody must change. You are the reason I’ve been waiting so long. Somebody holds the key. When I’m near the end and I just ain’t got the time. I’m wasted and I still can’t find my way home. I ain’t done nothing wrong. But I can’t find my way home.” box 991, kahnawake Quebec Canada J0L 1B0 contact 



 MNN. 5 Feb. 2019. The Canadian version of democracy is nothing more than a mask for neo-feudalism. 


With the enactment of the Indian Lands Acts statutes, Canada gave the illusion of legality to the world, which they still rely upon to this day.

The London Bankers created the letters patent that is the British North America Act 1867 for the company called “Canada”, registered and received its ISO number from the Vatican on July 1, 1867. Canada has no constitution because the people never asked for one. They are property of the shareholders of the corporation. Their identification is in capital letters, which means Capitus Diminutio Maxima. Anything in all capital letters is a corporation.  

We onkwehonweh’onwe of turtle island never agreed to any of this. We agreed only to the tehiohateh and kaianerekowa. We were forced into military camps called “reserves”. We never signed anything and were coerced under duress, so nothing is legal or binding.


The ‘Crown’ is the Vatican. The Queen is a shareholder of the Crown. The Crown has a land claim for all of our land. Where is the land claims process that justifies their claim? 

In Canada every mayor of the private corporations called municipalities control the police backed by the military. This is neo-feudalism. The oligarchs control the municipalities through the mayor. Canada is trying to turn our communities into munIcipalities. The facade Canada is creating is that we are willing to cooperate with the fraud of their Indian Agent band councillors. 

We were illegally dispossessed of our lands and our human rights. There has never been a Canadian referendum anywhere on anything ever. When they have one, they have to have a constitution. If they want to become a legal country they have to invite the citizenry to participate in the formation of a constitution. The formation has to go along with the teiohateh and kaianerekowa. The Liberals and Conservatives have been redesigning the Elections Acts statutes without going to the people, this happens when there is no constitutional remedy. The owners of the company called Canada prefer the police state under statute law controlled through their privately owned Admiralty Court system. 


Canada is not answerable to the people. Every MP, MPP and municipal councillor swear allegiance to the foreign autocrat Elizabeth, in England.

Canada never decolonized. The 1960 United Nations Resolution 1514; Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples. Canada never intended to decolonize. They intend to continue the colonial model forever which is the only way they can continue the theft and pillage of the Canadian taxpayers’ money.   

The solution for Canadians is to stop voting for their illusory democracy. Then, it’s over! They then have to meet with us.

As Fats Domino sings about the the settler colonialists walking to New Orleans to catch a boat off turtle island: “I’m walking to New Orleans. I’im walking to New Orleans. I’m gonna need two pairs of shoes. When I get through walking these blues. I’ve got my suit case in my hand …” Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec,Canada] J0L 1B0. Nia:wen. See MNN Home Page.      






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MNN. Jan. 14, 2019. We shall soon return to the state we were in before the Europeans arrived on great turtle island, to a sustainable world with acknowledgment and respect for all life with our relations on our mother earth. 


In Kamloops BC the invading immigrant, Prime Minister Trudeau, admitted that, “We have a long history that is terrible.” All original life on turtle island will live by the kaianerekowa and teiohateh, based upon the power of our minds. The illegal Corporation known as Canada shall no longer exist, Indian Act, band councils, the Indian Lands Acts of 1924, all colonial courts on turtle island, fiat currency, the POW camps called “reserves”, residential schools, christianity, treaties, immigration laws and immigrants, the entire horse shit called the Canadian constitution which has never been ratified by the Canadian people who presume to stand above us, all crown deeds from the beginning, everything that is connected to the colony of Canada in any way, however slight, are null and void.

Prime Minister Trudeau at Kamloops on January 9, 2019 he pled guilty to all of Canada’s crimes against all life on turtle island.  He will be held accountable for his words. When they do not follow the kaianerekowa and teiohate they are to leave turtle island forthwith. We natives can now carry out our duties and responsibilities as determined by creation. Justin Trudeau has no self-determination to give to anyone. He admits that Canada violated kaianerekowa and teiohate.  


lTrudeau wants 1 million new immigrants to come to Canada. Every immigrant must pass a test administered by the true natural natives. We will decide who comes and who goes onto our territories. Those who don’t know the kaianerekowa and teiohateh and pledge to this personally cannot remain here. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the following comments at the Town Hall meeting at Kamloops, British Columbia, on January 9, 2019: At 45:43 to -51:29 remaining.

Prime Minister: “You in the striped scarf, yes”.

Question: “Hello, my name is Tilly. I come from the Stl’atl’lmx Nation, and I come here with my prayers and I come here with my ancestors, and today I want to ask you, what are you going to do to stop oppressing and holding our people under your colonization? When are you going to give us our rights back? When are you going to start giving a shit about who we are and not seen just for our land?”

Answer by Prime Minister: “Thank you for your question, Tilly. Canada has a long and terrible history in regards to indigenous peoples. We have consistently failed as a country to live up to the original word and intent of the treaties. We have not treated indigenous peoples as partners and stewards of this land. We have marginalized – behaved in paternalistic colonialistic ways that has lacked respect for the first peoples as the stewards of the land. We have much to apologize for and much to work forward on together in respect. [There’s the guilty plea].

“Okay. So yesterday afternoon I had the opportunity of sitting down in Ottawa with the leaders of self- governing and modern treaty first nations. Nations that had made their way out from under the colonial relic that is the Indian Act. [Those “leaders” are paid Canadian Indian Act band people that speak for Canada and cannot speak for the original people of turtle island. Legitimate decisions must be made by every native on great turtle island.] And we are working with them on full self-government and we are working with them to be able to make their own determinations about their land, how they care for their people, how they serve their people, how they move forward in responsible ways that are their choices. And that is why we are working on two levels on this issue. . . . [He’s talking to himself as they are his paid Canadian underlings. Their plans are to balkanize the western native people by creating unending conflict between us].

[response from audience) Prime Minister says: “I appreciate that. I am trying to answer your her question, am I allowed to answer her question M’am? Thank you.] . . . . So, Tilly, the two streams we are working on: 1. Indigenous services, and 2. Indigenous relationships. On relationships, we know we have to get out from under this Indian Act. [We will go back to before October 25, 1924 when we controlled all the land. We’ll start there.] We need to move to a place where you are in control of your communities, control of your territories, control of your future, control of your children once again, control of your destinies that has been through generations and centuries in Canada taken away from you. [He admits the crime and will do the time!]


And that is the work of, it took decades and centuries to break this relationship. It will take time to improve it, but we are making significant progress right now in self-governance, in new relationships, in support that is moving in the right direction. [The genocide can stop immediately when the women take their place as the kanistensera among our people protected by the men.] On the other side of things, there is a question of services. There is still far too many indigenous communities in this country that are existing under boil water advisories, that are not going, not having schools to go to, not getting parity in terms of the money we invest in young people in non-indigenous communities versus indigenous communities. . . .” [lHe asdmits Canada committed all these crimes]. 

Stopping the genocide and theft or our land and resources will be in an instant when you get off our backs.   

Corporate Canada’s new deal is to turn our communities into municipalities and make the original natural people placed here by creation into corporate tax paying serfs for the scavenging corporation of Canada. The new proposed deal called the “Framework Agreement” is presently on the floor of the House of Commons. They have no intention of honoring the teiohateh, the kanianerekowa, or the Great Peace of Montreal 1701. 

[Statement from Tilly]: ”. . . . everything you benefit from our oppression and our suffering. You are afraid to lose your comfort”. 

Prime Minister: “No I am not, Tilly. I am ready to walk in partnership with you in building the future. And that is what we have been doing over the past 3 years in renewing this relationship. . . . [indecipherable response from Tilly] . . . . I can understand your impatience. . . .” 

The new relationship is to put in the pipelines and rape and pillage our mother.

[Statement from Tilly]: . . . Why are they in our face. Why are you not putting those officers up to protect us? You are protecting a dirty pipeline. It is not honourable. . . . “ (indecipherable) [The RCMP arrested the wetsuweten people, not the pipeline lawbreakers and trespassers, not far from the Highway of Tears]. 

Prime Minister: “I understand the anger and passion that you have around this issue of protecting your land, absolutely to be heard. I respect that and I understand that. [The court judgment of Coastal GasLink Pipelines v. Huson says that we were not heard]. I also know that there are a number of indigenous leaders who have worked with and supported that pipeline project . . . .” 

Indian Act band councils and national “Indian” organizations are on 51% majority corporate election rules. A handful of Indians vote and falsely speak for us. 

[Tilly: “those are sellouts”] . . . .  

Prime Minister; “Now the question is, it is not for the federal government to decide who speaks for you. That’s not my job. My job is to try and work with everyone, work with all of you to make sure that you are taking back control of your land, your future, your people, your destiny. And that partnership is what we are working on. And it’s difficult. And it is difficult”.

These are the words of the leader of a convicted felon known as Canada. The BC government provided permits to cull the wolves who are the natural guardians of the forest for the security of the pipeline workers. 

[Statement from Tilly]: . . . . “You are not allowed to stand there and say this person gets to be the leader and talk on behalf of this nation . . . . You are going about it the wrong way. You actually come upon these lands and respect us. . . .” 

Prime Minister: “Okay. Thank you very much. Thank you very much for your questions. Thank you for sharing that. I understand your passion and your anger. I acknowledge it and I say to you that we will work together to resolve these issues. If there was – I can understand your impatience. I can understand your frustration. But at the same time I do want to talk about the indigenous – okay . . . . I am listening”. 

This is his version of fuddle duddle,.

[throughout indecipherable comments from Tilly]

Tilly: . . . .”I demand it on behalf of all my people. I want an ???. . . . I don’t want to see your crocodile tears. I don’t want to see you apologizing, I don’t want to hear you say sorry. I want to see that you are sorry. And I want you to start making better choices on behalf of everybody living on this land. That means those that don’t have a voice. I am talking on behalf of all the fish that are going through the stream and all the life that depends on the fish that go up that stream. I’m talking about entire systems that you want to break down and see as a little piece and that is not the way it works. You guys need to start understanding, we are living in a collective world, not a singularity, we live in a very safe connected world and you guys are breaking, you guys are … You guys are breaking so many laws, you have no idea what natural law is.”

[Other comments from Tilly and others in audience.] 

Prime Minister: “Okay. Okay. Tilly, I thank you for what you have said. I listened to what you have said. I would respectfully submit that perhaps you haven’t been listening to what I am saying. Okay. You haven’t . . . Tilly. We are working . . . Tilly, I am going to have to ask you . . . . please, we need to be respectful to everyone that came out tonight to engage in this conversation. That is not true. They have actually just removed the barricade. They did that this afternoon. That was a sign of respect right there. [!!!] They’ve removed the barricade. This is how this is supposed to work. Now, I think we are going to take a step back here. I’m going to take a step back here. [Force and intimidation.  ]

It was an act of belligerence, criminality, defiance. You plead guilty. We challenge you to meet us at the International Court of Justice at The Hague so we can place on the record that Canada was and is null and void from the beginning. Canada has no standing anywhere on turtle island. The corporation of Canada will soon be out of business! 

Prime Minister: “100 years ago, when the railroads were laid down. Nobody checked with indigenous peoples. Nobody checked with the people who had lived here for millennia, whether or not we could throw a railroad down in a given place. That is not the way we need to do things any more. That is not how we will continue to do things any more. We need to figure out a new and better way to do things. A way that is based on respect and dialogue and engagement. And that is exactly what we are working on. And there is going to be turbulence along the way which we are seeing. But we are also going to work very, very hard to get to a place of respect and trust as we do listen, as we do figure out what the best way forward according for you and your communities. So thank you very much for your question and your bringing this forward tonight. I very much appreciate your words. Thank you. I will take another question. . . . 

See the militarized attack at the westuweten check point. Remember October 25, 1924 when Canada unlawfully enacted  all of the Indian Land Acts that stole our land, gave our resources to the provinces, created the POW camps called “reserves”, the residential school killing machines, blood quantum, kidnapping our children known as the “60s scoop”, and other acts of genocide. 

As the prophet, Jimi Hendrix, says:”Well, I asked my friend, wheres that black smoke coming from? He just coughed and changed the subject, and said, Oh I think it might snow some. So I left him sipping his tea, sisters and brothers, daddies, mothers stand around crying. When I reached the scene, the flames were making a ghostly whine. So I stood on my horses back and I screamed without a crack, Oh, baby, why you burn your brother’s house down?” Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec,Canada] J0L 1B0. Nia:wen. See MNN Home Page.      


Progressive RCMP policy requires officers to recite land acknowledgement before seizing indigenous land


MORE THAN 100 ‘INDIAN ACT’ CORPORATIONS OF CANADA First Nations could purchase the Trans Mountain expansion pipeline. THIS IS A HOSTILE TAKEOVER BID OF OUR LAND AND RESOURCES.




Please post & distribute.

MNN. Sept. 2018. Over 100 rotinoshonni [Iroquois]  were viciously beaten by the New York State Police, as this video shows. The United States court system totally ignored and denied justice and truth from being presented. 


We have exhausted the entire United States court system for justice. Now we are serving an Application to the International Court of Justice in The Hague of 28 pages plus the annexes, the Gayanerekowa great law and video disk.

Each of the Onondaga 15 will provide oral presentations personally, and other witnesses will provide testimony in writing and orally to The International Court of Justice at The Hague and to the United Nations in New York City in support of this Application.




Filed in the Registry of the Court

October 2018

Case by 15 sovereign onkwehonweh [the original peoples of turtle island] of the rotinoshonni, Iroquois Confederacy, concerning grave Injustices. Reason: No Equal Justice Under Law, No Due Process and No Fair Hearing/No Fair Trial in the United States court system for the onkwehonweh.

(Andrew Jones, sovereign, et al. [“Onondaga 15”] vs. United States)

To: Mr. Philippe Couvreur, Registrar, International Court of Justice, Peace Palace, The Hague Netherlands. 



This Application Instituting Proceedings is made by the following 15 sovereign onkwehonweh [hereinafter “Onondaga 15”] vs. United States: 

Andrew Jones (sovereign), Robert E. Bucktooth, Jr. (sovereign), Cheryl Bucktooth, (sovereign), Robert Bucktooth, III (sovereign), Debby Jones (sovereign), Karen Jones (sovereign), Nikki Jones (sovereign),karoniakata Jones (sovereign), Shawn Jones (sovereign), kahentinetha (sovereign), dyhyneyyks, aka Alfred Logan, Jr. (sovereign), tekarontakeh (sovereign), Ross John (sovereign), Ronald Jones, Jr. (sovereign), Nadine O’Field/Ganonhweih, fka Nadine Bucktooth (sovereign),




On May 31, 1779, General George Washington, who later became the first President of the United States, wrote the following to his Major General John Sullivan [Annex 9, Annex 1 for electronic review]:

The expedition you are appointed to command is to be directed against the hostile tribes of the six nations [Iroquois Confederacy] of Indians, with their associates and adherents. The immediate objects are the total destruction and devastation of their settlements and the capture of as many prisoners of every age and sex as possible. It will be essential to ruin their crops now in the ground and prevent their planting more. . . . But you will not by any means listen to (any) overture of peace before the total ruin of their settlements is effected. . . .

This command was carried out and continued as United States policy thereafter to this day and was never rescinded.

To carry out this order, the United States set up the infamous prison system called “reservations”. We are killed and separated from each other throughout turtle island where the United States tries to silence, control, impoverish, murder and deny our natural existence as intended by creation. 



iontonnheton – the existence of natural life. 

kaianerekowa – the great path of peace.

kasastenserakowa sahoiera – the great natural power.

onkwehonweh – the original people of the land.

onowarekeh – turtle island. 

rotinoshonni – the people who make the long house, Iroquois Confederacy.

sahoieren – creation.

tekeni teiohateh – the two row wampum.

tekentiokwanhoksta – Circle of 49 original families that formed the basis of rotinoshonni.

tewatatawi – we control our life [sovereign].

tekanehronkwatserah – the mind of nature. 



The United States strikes by any means to stop us from surviving as free natural people. They bribe “Indians” who become their citizens or agents to help carry out the policy of genocide. These traitors pledge allegiance to the United States through the Federal Indian Law. According to the kaianerekowa when our people serve as a United States citizen or agent implementing the genocide policies, they are traitors and alienate their birthright as true native people, tehonatonkoton.

The policy of physical and mental extermination of original native peoples continues. Prisons remain. Traitors remain. Poverty remains.

We sought justice in the United States court system related to violations of our human rights by the New York State Police. We received no justice, leading to this Application.

We 15 sovereign onkwehonweh request The International Court of Justice at The Hague to review and expose to the world the United States’ violations and to provide justice in this case. The kaianerekowa, the great law of peace, is the law of turtle island since time immemorial. We 15, men, women, children, and elders, were arrested, viciously beaten, injured, and terrorized by the New York State Police troopers at our peaceable gathering. The United States court system deliberately delayed and denied justice for each of us for over two decades in this case so that these troopers would avoid responsibility for their criminal actions. [Video of beating Annex 1 of this Application, infra]. This computer disc includes everything in this Application and Annex Record, Annexes 1 thru 8, for review electronically. The kaianerekowa [also gayanerekowa], the great law of peace, is set forth in Annex 8 of this Application,infra.

kaianerekowa is orally passed on from the ancestors of the onkwehonweh in our language, songs, ceremonies, wampums and stories that explains nature. See the video oral presentations [6 hours] that have been linked to Mohawk Nation News at Annex 8 that explain this very complex translation from Mohawk into English.



Each of us is sovereign [Article 40, infra, and Black’s Law Dictionary, infra]. Jurisdiction and sovereignty are based on the kaianerekowa, the great peace, the law of turtle island, and the tekeni teiohateh, the two-row wampum. Black’s Law Dictionary defines “sovereign” as “a person, body, or state in which independent and supreme authority is vested.” 

Self-determination is defined as tewatatawi, “the process by which a person controls their own life.” The onkwehonweh in this case are sovereign through their culture, traditions, and principles from time immemorial, and through the kaianerekowa, the great law of peace, and the tekeni teiohateh, two-row wampum. [Annex 8, Annex 5, Annex 1].

Article 3 and 6 with the other Articles and preamble recognizes that each of the individual indigenous [original native] peoples here are sovereign: Indigenous peoples have the right to self-determination, to freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.

Article 92 of the United Nations Charter provides: The International Court of Justice shall be the principal judicial organ of the United Nations.

United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Article 40, provides: 


Indigenous peoples have the right to access to and prompt decision through just and fair procedures for the resolution of conflicts and disputes with States or other parties, as well as to effective remedies for all infringements of their individual and collective rights. Such a decision shall give due consideration to the customs, traditions, rules and legal systems of the indigenous peoples concerned and international human rights.

Article 1 must be enforced by this International Court of Justice:  Indigenous peoples have the right to the full enjoyment, as a collective or as individuals, of all human rights and fundamental freedoms as recognized in the Charter of the United Nations, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and international human rights law.

Article 5 bolsters this Court’s jurisdiction in this case, providing: Indigenous peoples have the right to maintain and strengthen their distinct political, legal, economic, social and cultural institutions, while retaining their right to participate fully, if they so choose, in the political, economic, social and cultural life of the State.

Article 45 of the Rules of Court, in the case of Jones, et al, v. Parmley, et al., Supreme Court of the United States No. 17-928 [Annex 3 and Annex 4 below], provides we sovereign rotinoshonni the right to institute proceedings in the International Court of Justice at The Hague, against the United States and its court system. The proceedings will be filed in the registry of the Court in October 2018.

Each of us sovereign onkwehonwe make this Application to this Court with a winning hand, which is nature. We are all free. All life is free. Nature is.

The World Court has man-made unnatural rules that are in conflict with the natural law of turtle island. Natural law provides natural justice. The World Court claims to provide this. The Charter of the United Nations and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples [107th plenary meeting of The General Assembly, 13 September 2007] claims to support each of the sovereign indigenous peoples appearing in this World Court. 

We are not part of the corporate Statute of the International Court of Justice. We do not deliberately or knowingly join anything artificial or unnatural, like a corporation. We are created as one with all natural life. The United Nations claims to expressly support us in being naturally sovereign through its numerous Annex preamble paragraphs and pursuant to its Articles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 9, 11, 18, 33, and 40 thru 46 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples [Annex 6, Annex 1]. Self-determination for all life comes from nature. We are born naturally sovereign. The World Court, existing only through artificial man-made rules, has been set up as “the principle judicial organ of the United Nations” and as the last avenue for justice in the corporate judicial system that permeates the world. The buck stops there. But not in nature. 

Article 33 of the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples concedes this:

  1. Indigenous peoples have the right to determine their own identity or membership in accordance with their customs and traditions. 
  1. Indigenous peoples have the right to determine the structures and to select the membership of their institutions in accordance with their own will.

The kaianerekowa and tekeni teohatehi guide us. 

Our sovereignty in this case is confirmed at Article 34 of the UN Declaration related to indigenous [original] peoples: Indigenous peoples have the right to promote, develop and maintain their institutional structures and their distinctive customs, spirituality, traditions, procedures, practices and, in the cases where they exist, judicial systems or customs, in accordance with international human rights standards.

Article 35 bolsters our sovereignty: Indigenous peoples have the right to determine the responsibilities of individuals to their communities.

The United Nations acknowledges that nature has determined that each of us is naturally sovereign through its Articles 34 and 35, and the other Articles in its Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

For this case we consent to this Court’s limited jurisdiction to hear this case pursuant to Article 38, paragraph 5 of the Rules of Court. We are presenting this Application with our clan signs being witnessed, pursuant to Article 38, paragraph 3, of the Rules of Court. 


We sovereign onkwehonweh act without agents as we are from and guided by the natural world. We live in peace, harmony, and balance with nature with respect for everyone and everything. 

States are corporations that exist only through unnatural man-made fictional rules. States cannot be naturally authentic. They exist in this Court only through an authentic agent. [Article 38, paragraph 3, of the Rules of Court]. The agent must be authenticated by this Court to act for non-authentic States. We are naturally authentic and don’t need an agent. 


The United States only exists on paper and comes alive only through interaction with corporate certified agents deemed as human beings. We are sovereign by just being born. The United States does not naturally exist, as such cannot own land, cannot have a native language of its own. It has no natural tie to turtle island.  Americans need a corporate paper for everything they do. We onkwehonweh are the first to represent ourselves as true natural parties in this World Court. The UN is the leader of the unauthentic. 

Similarly, only members of the Supreme Court of the United States Bar are allowed to appear before the Supreme Court. Real natural parties cannot appear by the Supreme Court’s own Rules. The United States politicians and the rich and powerful can use the Supreme Court, leaving the rest on the sidelines. 

The United States is comprised of settlers who invaded our land, turtle island, which cannot be ceded by humanity. The United States makes existence of nature and natural people inhuman. See tekarontakeh’s words that explain this [Annex 5 at transcript pages 9 thru 21, Annex 2, Annex 1]. [Text of words of each of the Onondaga 15 Applicants to this Court is set forth in Annex 2 of this Application, infra, and audio recordings of the words can be heard on the computer disc attached to Annex 1 of this Application, infra.]

Our existence is instilled in us through oral history placed on wampums and in our memory. kaianerekowa, the great peace, is the inherent tewatatawi, how we are to carry ourselves on turtle island and throughout our existence. The natural world creates the path by which we are to live. Our songs, ceremonies, stories and creation tie us to natural life and forces of our mother earth.

The International Court of Justice protects the predatory system that is attempting to rule the World by force. We natural people are imprisoned and controlled by the corporate bullying system. 

Each of the 15 sovereign Applicants submit this Application Instituting Proceedings. According to Article 40, paragraph 1, of the Statute of the International Court of Justice, and Articles 38 and 45 of the Rules of Court,  Jurisdiction of the Court is found in Article 36, paragraph 1, of the Statute of the International Court of Justice:

    The jurisdiction of the Court comprises all cases which the parties refer to it and all matters specially provided for in the Charter of the United Nations or in treaties and conventions in force.

“Justice and truth ” purport to be the cornerstone of the foundation of the Charter of the United Nations in protecting human rights for everyone worldwide. In this case, we come to the World Court seeking “justice and truth” through the Charter of the United Nations and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples [Annex 6 here, infra, and pursuant to Articles 33 and 40 thru 46 of its Rules of Court].

“The Statute of the International Court of Justice, A Commentary [Second Edition], provides instructive comments on the procedure, edited by Andreas Zimmermann, Christian Tomuschat, Karin Oellers-Frahm, Christian J. Tams, Assistant Editor Maral Kashgar, and Assistant Editor David Diehl [Oxford University Press] (2012), at page 1092:

       When dealing with Art. 43 [of the Statute of the International Court of Justice: “The procedure shall consist of two parts: written (memorials through the Registrar) and oral”], it should not be underestimated that all procedure before the Court is dominated by the fact that the litigants are sovereign states that do not lightly accept outside interference in their affairs, especially when that interference touches upon major, if not vital interests of theirs. Questions of procedure before the Court therefore, by definition, cannot be approached on the same basis as litigation before even the highest domestic court.

In the World Court substance controls procedure. We the natural people are the substance and have the winning hand – nature – which always beats the house of procedure. The only way to deactivate our winning hand is to prevent our playing it in their man-made control system. 

The United States District Court relied on Onondaga sovereignty when it quashed subpoenas during the trial. The motion and the hearing transcript are provided from the District Court’s proceedings in Annex 5 and Annex 1 [computer disc] to this Application, infra

This Application is endorsed by the family sign of each indigenous [original] peoples of the Onondaga 15 Applicants, and will be filed with the Registrar, along with a certified copy of the original pursuant to Article 52, paragraphs 1 and 2, of the Rules of Court. The court did allow us to present evidence regarding our sovereignty. 

Article 18 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples applies here and at every level of the United States court system, and was violated throughout the past 21 years: Indigenous peoples have the right to participate in decision-making in matters [of this International Court of Justice] which would affect their rights, through representatives chosen by themselves in accordance with their own procedures, as well as to maintain and develop their own indigenous decision-making institutions. Our kaianerekowa and two-row wampum were ignored.           

A certified copy of this Application will be served on the following:

The President of the United States, pursuant to the two-row wampum and the Canandaigua Treaty 1794, that the United States signed;

The Supreme Court of the United States;

The United Nations.



On February 16, 2018, the Supreme Court of the United States denied our Petition for a Writ of Certiorari [Annex 4] at the Court’s Friday morning conference of the 9 Justices.  It was one of 392 similar Petitions scheduled that morning. This time limitation only allowed case names to be called and and then denied without review, debate and reasons. 

Our Petition for Rehearing [found at Annex 3 below] was summarily denied by the Supreme Court on April 2, 2018. Every level of the United States Justice System denied us justice, due process, and a fair hearing/trial. We hope the World Court will provide us with justice and truth. [Article 18 of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (Annex 6, Annex 1)].


On May 18, 1997, [21 years ago] the New York State troopers viciously attacked us, our friends, and our allies at a ceremonial gathering of the rotinoshonni. We each commenced a Civil Rights action in the United States District Court against approximately 125 New York State Police troopers of the racially profiled “I-81 Indian Detail.” The troopers violated the First Amendment [peaceable assembly] and the Fourth Amendment [excessive force] rights under the Constitution of the United States. The attached video exhibit [at Annex 1 and on YouTube and the internet] clearly shows the actual violations of our basic human rights. On October of 2016, the jury returned a verdict in favor of the police. Our appeal [set forth at Annex 4 below] describes the unfair trial proven from actual District Court trial transcripts.  The Judges of The Hague can review the denial to question witnesses, present our cases to the Jury, and where Judge [now Justice] Sotomayor’s law of the case supporting us was kept from the Jury. The United States Court of Appeals rubber-stamped the injustice. [Annex 4, and at Appendix A of Annex 4]. The Supreme Court of the United States confirmed the injustice. [Annex 4, Annex 3 [6 pages of detailed injustice by the Supreme Court], and Annex 1].

All documents and docket entries in the three courts are available through the links found at Annex 7 of this Application, infra, including all trial transcripts found electronically in the docket of the District Court.

Hey, Ambulance Chasers, we needed personal injury lawyers, not greedy class action suit shysters.

Without informing us, the District Court allowed our lawyers to dump us after 17 years of representation, discovery, and preparation for trial. We had to conduct our jury trial ourselves. This tactic by the District Court ensured that we could not get a fair trial [set out in Annex 4, and at Appendix C of Annex 4, and Annex 1, infra.]

At the conference of the 9 Justices on February 16, 2018, Justice Sotomayor recused herself from the decision in the United States Supreme Court without giving a reason, violating our statutory right to waive her recusal.  [Annex 4, and at Appendix B of Annex 4]. Judge Sotomayor wrote that the troopers could not defend their vicious attack on us in this case. At the subsequent rehearing on April 2, 2018, Justice Sotomayor once again recused herself and violated our statutory right to waive her recusal. We had no further recourse in the United States justice system, leading to this Application. [Annex 3 and Annex 1]. The Petition for a Writ of Certiorari, Waivers of Responses, and Order denying the Petition are set forth at Annex 4 and Annex 1, infra. Article 18 of the United Nations Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.



The United States court system violated Article 34 by not allowing us to present our customs, spirituality, traditions, procedures, practices, our kaianerekowa, the great law of peace, and the two-row wampum.

The International Court of Justice is mandated to follow Article 41 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, which provides: The entire UN system shall contribute to the full realization of the provisions of this Declaration through the mobilization, inter alia, of financial cooperation and technical assistance. Ways and means of ensuring participation of indigenous peoples on issues affecting them shall be established.

Article 42 bolsters the International Court of Justice’ mandate: The UN system including the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues, specialized agencies, including country and state levels shall promote respect for and full application of the provisions of this Declaration. 

Article 43 provides: The rights constitute the minimum standards for the survival, dignity and well-being of the indigenous peoples of the world.

Article 44 emphasizes individuals as follows: All the rights and freedoms recognized herein are equally guaranteed to male and female indigenous individuals.

Article 45 confirms: Nothing in this Declaration may be construed as diminishing or extinguishing the rights indigenous peoples have now or may acquire in the future.

And finally, [Annex 6, Annex 1]: 

[Article 46.3] The provisions set forth in this Declaration shall be interpreted in accordance with the principles of justice, democracy, respect for human rights, equality, non-discrimination, good governance and good faith. [No mention of something concrete like returning our tewatatawi, land and resources to us].

Turtle Island was always and continues to be inhabited by free natural life throughout the Western Hemispsphere.


The filed computer disc attached to Annex 1 below includes everything in this Application and Submissions Annex Record [Annexes 1 thru 8] for review electronically. 

          Annex 1 

                   Computer disc attached.

  1. Video of May 18, 1997, vicious attack by New York State Police;
  2. Audio recordings of words of each of Onondaga 15 Applicants;
  3. Copy of Application and Annex 1-8 Record for electronic review.

          Annex 2

  1. Audio recordings of words of each of the Onondaga 15 to The Hague;
  2. Transcripts of audio recordings.

Transcribed audio recordings in Annex 1included here in Annex 2. These transcripts are also included in the attached computer disc in Annex 1, for review electronically:

  1. Transcript of Words of Andrew Jones, sovereign
  2. Transcript of Words of Robert E. Bucktooth, Jr., sovereign
  3. Transcript of Words of Cheryl Bucktooth, sovereign
  4. Transcript of Words of Robert Bucktooth, III, sovereign
  5. Transcript of Words of Debby Jones, sovereign
  6. Transcript of Words of Karen Jones, sovereign
  7. Transcript of Words of Nikki Jones, sovereign
  8. Transcript of Words of karoniakata Jones, sovereign
  9. Transcript of Words of Shawn Jones, sovereign
  10. Transcript of Words of kahentinetha, sovereign
  11. Transcript of Words of dyhyneyyks, Alfred Logan, Jr., sovereign
  12. Transcript of Words of tekarontakeh, sovereign
  13. Transcript of Words of Ross John, sovereign
  14. Transcript of Words of Ronald Jones, Jr., sovereign
  15. Transcript of Words of Nadine O’Field/Ganonweih, fka Nadine    Bucktooth, sovereign

Annex 3 [Also on computer disc at Annex 1].

  1. Petition for Rehearing [6 pages] in Supreme Court of the United States;
  2. bOrder denying Petition.

Annex 4

  1. Petition for a Writ of Certiorari in the Supreme Court of United States;
  2. bNew York State Police filed “Waiver”s waiving any response or opposition to the Petition filed by each of the Onondaga 15;
  3. cOrder denying Petition.

Appendix A is the judgment of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit that was appealed to the Supreme Court. Appendix B is the interlocutory judgment from the Second Circuit penned by Judge Sotomayor. Appendix C is the Order of the United States District Court that allowed the attorneys for each of the Onondaga 15 to withdraw, leaving them without lawyers.  [pro se]. Also Denial attached.  

Annex 5

  1. Motion to Quash Trial Subpoenas granted based on sovereignty;
  2. bTranscript of Motion to Quash in United States District Court;
  3. ctekarontakeh’s words found in the transcript regarding sovereignty and the two-row wampum, and supporting jurisdiction in this Application to The Hague.

Annex 6

  1. Copy of United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous PeoplesAnnex 6 supports this Application. [Found also on the filed computer disc at Annex 1, for electronic review.]

Annex 7

  1. Electronic review of all docket entries and documentation filed in United States District Court, United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and the Supreme Court of the United States in this case;
  2. bAll trial and pretrial transcripts available electronically from District Court docket;
  3. cAll briefs and oral arguments available electronically from Second Circuit docket;
  4. All written arguments available electronically from Supreme Court of the United States docket;
  5. eOral presentations will also be presented personally to the World Court by each of the Onondaga 15 Applicants;
  6. Other witnesses and supplemental documentation may be presented to the World Court at the oral hearing.

All docket entries and documentation can be reviewed. The International Court of Justice at the Hague must intervene. 

The docket entries in support of this Application can be found on the PACER electronic retrieval system at Jones, et al. v. Parmley, et al., United States District Court for the Northern District of New York, Court File No. 5:98-CV-0374, and the Briefs and the Joint Appendices filed by all parties in the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit [in New York City] can be reviewed on PACER at Jones, et al. v. Parmley, et al., Second Circuit File No. 16-3603-cv. Access to District and Second Circuit court docket entries on PACER can be found at the following link:

The oral arguments at the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit are found on the filed computer disc at Annex 1, and at the following link:

The Petition for a Writ of Certiorari and Petition for Rehearing and all docket entries in the Supreme Court of the United States can be found electronically on the Supreme Court’s website related to Jones, et al. v. Parmley, et al., Docket No. 17-928 [2017-18], at the following link:

The pretrial and trial transcripts establishing the unfair trial can be found for review on PACER electronic docket in the United States District Court File No. 5:98-CV-0374, at docket entries numbered 799 through 810, and docket number 743.

This Application may be supplemented and supported by other written documentation.

Annex 8

  1. Copy of kaianerekowa, the great law of peacePresented in two versions, in Mohawk and also translated into English.
  2. The two-row wampum is not written. tekarontakeh’s words in Annex 2 and Annex 5 discusses the two-row wampum in support of this Application to The Hague.

Annex 8 is a copy of kaianerekowa (the great law of peace) is presented in Mohawk and English, with 6 hours of video commentary from kahentinetha and others about the great peace. The two-row wampum also applies and is not in written form. tekarontakeh’s words in Annex 2 and Annex 5 at transcript pages 9 thru 21, supra, in support of this Application to The Hague. [Found also in the filed computer disc at Annex 1, for electronic review].

          Annex 9A

  1. Order and instructions for total annihilation of rotinoshonni [Iroquois Confederacy] from General [future first United States President] George Washington to his Major General John Sullivan on May 31, 1779;

Each of us is sovereign as the natural original indigenous peoples of turtle island. Black’s Law Dictionary defines “sovereign” as “a person, body, or state in which independent and supreme authority is vested.” We are guided by the kaianerekowa, the great law of peace, and the tekeni teiohateh, two-row wampum, that provides natural justice. Annex 8, Annex 5, and Annex 1, Annex 2.

Over 20 years we proved that the United States justice system does not exist for us. We are asking The International Court of Justice to review and expose this injustice, inherent limits on justice and to tell the whole truth. The courts of the United States are foreign artificial man-made corporations imposed upon us by force. The colonial justice system of the United States courts have no jurisdiction over us, the native people of turtle island. Intervention by The International Court of Justice at the Hague is required in this case. For over 20 years in this case the United States court system protected the criminals. We have taken and exhausted all avenues available to us in the United States system. That system refuses any further filings in our case. Our experience is that justice is limited and the onkwehonweh are excluded. The corporate justice system is about fighting over possessions. kaianerekowa is about harmony with creation and has the tools to create balance with nature.



We request the World Court at The Hague to review and expose the injustice and failure to present the truth of the United States court system in this 20 year old case. The kaianerekowa, the great peace, and the tekeni teiohateh, two-row wampum, is the true and only tewatatawi of turtle island. All colonial constitutional and corporate laws and structures of the United States are foreign. These unnatural United States legal systems are based upon a foundation of greed and power that is contrary to our living in harmony and balance with nature. The unnatural United States legal systems were never recognized by the original peoples.  We request that the World Court recognize that the United States has no jurisdiction over native people of turtle island. We request that the World Court accept that the United States is subject to kaianerekowa, the great law of peace, and the tekeni teiohateh, two-row wampum. 

Today each of the 15 sovereign onkwehonweh [Onondaga 15] requests justice from the World Court in this case pursuant to the Charter of the United Nations and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. The United States has never rescinded its order for the total annihilation of indigenous peoples on turtle island. The deliberate injustice by the United States court system over the past 21 years in this case continues the United States quest to exterminate indigenous peoples on turtle island.

September, 2018

Respectfully submitted,

Andrew Jones, sovereign

Robert E. Bucktooth, Jr., sovereign

Cheryl Bucktooth, sovereign

Robert Bucktooth, III, sovereign

Debby Jones, sovereign

Karen Jones, sovereign

Nikki Jones, sovereign

karoniakata Jones, sovereign

Shawn Jones, sovereign

kahentinetha, sovereign

dyhyneyyks, aka Alfred Logan, Jr., sovereign

tekarontakeh, sovereign

Ross John, sovereign

Ronald Jones, Jr., sovereign

Nadine O’Field/Ganonhweih, fka Nadine Bucktooth, sovereign


Pine needles fall from the trees and return to the earth to continue their life. We will never die when we uphold the kaiaranerekowa. Babies are born and people pass. tekentiokwanhoksteh 49 families remain.

WOW! We’re in The Hague to get us some justice! Mercy of the Court sings about the United States Court system. “Throw yourself on the mercy of the court. It’s a blessing. It’d s downright dirty curse. Secret handshakes. Smoky backroom deals. You are a human being with all these human fears. Beg forgiveness. Alleviate your health. The bottom of their heart will grant you the bottom of the well.” 



THE FOLLOWING PREAMBLE PARAGRAPHS IN THE UN DECLARATION ON THE RIGHTS OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLE establish why our case requires a remedy from the International Court of Justice, the principle judicial organ of the United Nations:

Guided by the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations, and good faith in the fulfillment of the obligations assumed by States in accordance with the Charter,

Affirming that indigenous peoples are equal to all other peoples, while recognizing the right of all peoples to be different, to consider themselves different, and to be respected as such,


Affirming further that all doctrines, policies and practices based on or advocating superiority of peoples or individuals on the basis of national origin or racial, religious, ethnic, or cultural differences are racist, scientifically false, legally invalid, morally condemnable and socially unjust,

Reaffirming that indigenous peoples, in the exercise of their rights, should be free from discrimination of any kind,

Concerned that indigenous peoples have suffered from historic injustices as a result of, inter alia, their colonization and dispossession of their lands, territories and resources, thus preventing them from exercising, in particular, their right to development in accordance with their own needs and interests,

Recognizing also the urgent need to respect and promote the rights of indigenous peoples affirmed in treaties, agreements and other constructive arrangements with States,

Welcoming the fact that indigenous peoples are organizing themselves for political, economic, social and cultural enhancement and in order to bring to an end all forms of discrimination and oppression wherever they occur,

Considering that the rights affirmed in treaties, agreements and other constructive arrangements between States and indigenous peoples are, in some situations, matters of international concern, interest, responsibility and character,

Considering also that treaties, agreements and other constructive arrangements, and the relationship they represent, are the basis for a strengthened partnership between indigenous peoples and States,

Acknowledging that the Charter of the United Nations, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, as well as the Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, affirm the fundamental importance of the right to self-determination of all peoples, by virtue of which they freely determine their political status and freely pursue their economic, social and cultural development.

Bearing in mind that nothing in this Declaration may be used to deny any peoples their right to self-determination, exercised in conformity with international law,

Convinced that the recognition of the rights of indigenous peoples in this Declaration will enhance harmonious and cooperative relations between the State and indigenous peoples, based on principles of justice, democracy, respect for human rights, non-discrimination and good faith,

Encouraging States to comply with and effectively implement all their obligations as they apply to indigenous peoples under international instruments, in particular those related to human rights, in consultation and cooperation with the peoples concerned,

Emphasizing that the United Nations has an important and continuing role to play in promoting and protecting the rights of indigenous peoples,

Believing that this Declaration is a further important step forward for the recognition, promotion and protection of the rights and freedoms of indigenous peoples and in the development of relevant activities of the United Nations system in this field,

Recognizing and reaffirming that indigenous individuals are entitled without discrimination to all human rights recognized in international law, and that indigenous peoples possess collective rights which are indispensable for their existence, well-being and integral development as peoples,

Recognizing that the situation of indigenous peoples varies from region to region and from country to country and that the significance of national and regional particularities and various historical and cultural backgrounds should be taken into consideration,

Solemnly proclaims the following United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples as a standard of achievement to be pursued in a spirit of partnership and mutual respect.

International Court of Justice, The Hague

Contact the Court: International Court of Justice, Peace Palace, Carnegieplein 2, 2517 KJ The Hague, The Netherlands.  Telephone : +31 70 302 23 23  Fax : +31 70 364 99 28 Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec,Canada] J0L 1B0. Nia:wen. See MNN Home Page.



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MNN. April 2, 2018. The white man’s holidays are done. You all got your Dollar Store chocolate eggs and easter candies, sang songs about bunnies and bonnets. Now it’s time to take care of our responsibilities to our people, children and future generations.


Each of us is responsible. Together we will decide our future. Anything each of us knows that can save the people must be brought to this gathering. According to the kaianerekowa, great peace, we each have a mind we are to use to survive.

CONTACT: KWERADIO 613.967.0463  613.921.7735, or email

No more dressing up as “warriors”, waving flags and doing nothing. We need human beings who will stand up for the people.

The gathering is on April 7 and 8, 2018, at 10.00 a.m. at the Tyendinaga Longhouse [Sadie Lane]. Take the Marysville Exist on the 401. Find your way there! 


EVERYONE IS WELCOME. Come and show your concern for all our children’s future.


The Beatles know about going to work after a hard day’s night and still having fun:  

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An elder said that if each missing and murdered native had a gun there would have been no murders!






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JAN. 3, 2018. Remember when the New York State “Indian Detail” attacked the Onondaga on May 18, 1997. It went to the NY District Court in Syracuse, then to the Second Circuit Court of New York and now is in the Supreme Court of the United States.

The real issue is that any person is suppose to have the right to EQUAL JUSTICE UNDER LAW, which is engraved on the sign at the top of the front door of the  Supreme Court of the United States. If denied the onkwe-hon-weh and everybody will be unable to have equal justice, a fair trial and due process in all courts of the U.S. The Onondaga 15 were forced to be pro se, without lawyers.


 22 2017Petition for a writ of certiorari filed. (Response due February 1, 2018)
PetitionCertificate of Word CountProof of Service

We say in the spirit of Michael Jackson “this is it”: “One, two, three, four. This is it, here I stand. I’m the light of the world. I’ll feel grand. Got this love, I can feel. And I know, yes for sure. It is real.” 


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