THIS IS ONE OF MANY ‘GAZAS’ PERFORMED ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLE WORLDWIDE.
“AURORA TODAY’S SAND CREEK MASSACRE 1864
MNN. July 21, 2012. The Aurora theatre killer, James Holmes, grew up in San Diego California. His mother sent him to Denver to study for his Phd in neuroscience.
Americans are horrified about the chaotic, horrific, tumultuous and bloody mass murders in the movie theatre showing “Dark Night Rises”. Yet they live unconcerned on top of our graves. This hemisphere is soaked in our people’s blood, all killed by psychotic mass murderers.
Aurora is 100 miles from the site of the Sand Creek massacre, November 29, 1864. Old Denver families were behind this mass murder of Cheyenne and Arapaho men, women and children.
In the spring of 1864 the Cheyenne and Arapaho were ready for peace. They met with US Officers, Evans and Chivington, at Camp Weld outside of Denver. No treaties were signed. The Indians were offered a sanctuary at Fort Lyon. Black Kettle and over 500 Cheyenne and Arapaho travelled south to set up camp on Sand Creek, near Eads, the town later built on top of the massacre site. Some dissenters headed north to join the Sioux.
General Samuel Curtis sent a telegram, “I want no peace till the Indians suffer more”. 700 Cavalry volunteers called “100 Dazers”, assembled in Denver. The camps of Chief Black Kettle, White Antelope, Left Hand and others, lay in the valley before them. Chivington, with mostly drunken troops, headed to Sand Creek with 4 Howitzers. Black Kettle raised both flags of peace. Chivington raised his arm for attack. Cannon and rifles pounded the camp. The Indians scattered. The frenzied soldiers hunted down and murdered the men, women and children. A few warriors managed to fight back. Silas Soule of Massachussets did not allow his soldiers to fire into the crowd.
Troops continued the murders all day. One bragged about killing 3 women and 5 children who were screaming for mercy. They murdered all the wounded, mutilated and scalped them. They cut open the pregnant women’s bellies and laid the fetus on the bodies. They plundered tipis and divided up the herd of horses. Black Kettle’s wife was shot 9 times and survived. The Cheyenne Dog Warriors who opposed the peace treaty provided sanctuary for the survivors.
The Colorado volunteers returned to Denver as heroes, with scalps of women and children. Colorado residents celebrated. Chivington appeared on a Denver stage telling war stories and displayed 100 Indigenous scalps, including pubic hair of women. Many of the elite of Denver society today are the children of these murderers.
Eye witnesses came forward and reported the murders. Silas Soule testified against Chivington, and was murdered by Charles Squires. It was found to be a carefully planned massacre. Asked why kids were killed, “Nits make lice”, said Chivington.
As word of the massacre spread, the Indigenous resistance to white expansion stiffened. This massacre led to the Little Big Horn battle on June 25-6, 1876 where General George Custer and his men were wiped out by the Lakota lead by Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull.
In December 29, 1890, the US 7th Cavalry commanded by Samuel M. Whitside lead the massacre of over 350 Lakota at Wounded Knee Creek.
We have had to live with these horrors since the arrival of the invaders, while they send their “cry babies” to doctors for counselling.
That mindset to slaughter people was brought here. 80 are shot and killed daily in the US, not counting stabbings and death by other means.
Orders always come from the top. On December 26, 1862 Lincoln sanctioned the hanging of 38 randomly picked Indian men and boys without trial, the largest mass hanging in US history. One week later, January 1, 1863, Lincoln signed the Emancipation Proclamation to free the slaves. The Blacks then formed the regiment called the Buffalo Soldiers who proudly massacred the Indigenous for their masters. Today both races celebrate their plunder with medals and the theft of our land.
Was James Holmes trying to mimic the mindset of those Denver people? If he is insane, then Washington, Grant and Lincoln, and all the other presidents who gave orders to totally annihilate us, are all insane as well.
The Americans must be reminded of this continuing genocide. If they don’t know their history, it is bound to repeat itself. The lesson is: be careful what you ask for, you might just get it.
The movie-goers went to the theatre to see murder, death, chaos and plunder. Then they got it for real!”
As Bob Marley sang about, “Buffalo soldier, dread-lock rasta.”
Following the recent discovery of the scent of human remains by Historic Human Remains Detection Dogs (HHRDD) on the grounds of the old Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal, the Kanien’kehá:ka Kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers) appeal to McGill University and the Government of Quebec to apply the same precautions for protecting potential remains on other similar sites. “It is our understanding that several other institutions in Quebec may contain unmarked graves of our children, not only in Indian Residential Schools or hospitals, but also in former sanatoria, orphanages and correctional homes,” said Kwetiio, one of the Mohawk Mothers.
The Kanien’kehá:ka Kahnistensera have obtained the first injunction ever granted to self-represented Indigenous people on October 27th, 2022, halting excavation work for McGill’s “New Vic” Project in the former Royal Victoria Hospital to search for unmarked graves following the testimonies of survivors of the MK-Ultra psychiatric experiments on mind control. During the hearing, McGill University and the Société québécoise des infrastructures (SQI) had started excavating the very same area where the dogs now found human remains, declaring that nothing had been found by archaeologists and that the New Vic construction project could begin.
According to the Kanien’kehá:ka Kahnistensera, it is very likely that the human remains would have been destroyed by construction work if they did not intervene in court, despite lacking resources and legal assistance. “We should not have to go to court for this. Taxpayer money should not be spent on litigation against survivors and their family members who want to identify, protect and investigate the unmarked graves of victims of medical experiments”, says Mohawk Mother Kahentinetha, “they should collaborate from the onset to treat human remains with respect as responsible institutions would do”.
The human remains were independently detected by three separate HHRDD handled by Kim Cooper, of the Ottawa Valley Search and Rescue Dog Association, on June 9, 2023, following a lengthy court process which led to a Settlement Agreement being homologated by the Superior Court of Quebec on April 20, 2023. Kimberly Murray, the Independent Special Interlocutor for Missing Children and Unmarked Graves and Burials Sites associated with Indian Residential Schools, who intervened in the court proceedings, noted in her recently released Interim Report that “There is a need to expand the scope of research beyond Indian Residential School sites. … Current investigations are beginning to reveal how the systems and patterns of colonial violence that existed in the Indian Residential School system extended to [other] associated institutions. …
Understanding the full scope of the forced transfer of children from one institution to the next and the conditions that led to their deaths will require significant time, funding, research, and long-term commitment to finding the truth.” The Mohawk Mothers urge McGill University and the McGill University Health Center to pause excavation work and large-scale renovation plans for hospitals and medical research centers who may contain the graves of Indigenous and non-Indigenous children as test subjects in the past. This includes not only the grounds of the Royal Victoria Hospital and the Douglas Mental Health University Institute, but also its main campus in downtown Montreal, where Iroquoian Longhouses and gravesites were repeatedly discovered, including at the intersection of Peel and Sherbrooke streets in 2018.
On June 30th, 2023, the day following a court date where the HHRDD discovery was discussed, the Kanien’kehá:ka Kahnistensera were shocked to learn that McGill University had launched large-scale archaeological inventories next to the McLennan Library. McGill had not informed the Kahnistensera even though they had repeatedly expressed their vested interest in protecting the remains of their ancestors buried under the university in court. McGill University did not express whether Indigenous monitors and specialists in human burials were present at the archaeological site.
Regarding the more recent remains of medical experiments, the Mohawk Mothers are concerned that Quebec is not taking its responsibility regarding the widespread abuse of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous children such as the Duplessis Orphans in the past century. The Mohawk Mothers recently asked the Quebec government and the CIUSSS to halt the sale of the Hôpital de la Miséricorde, a former house for unwed mothers, to investigate the probability that it contains human remains; a meeting with the CIUSSS to discuss the demand will take place in Kahnawake on July 6th, 2023. “But we can’t run after the government all the time to make sure none of these sites where medical cruelty happened get desecrated or sold to get rid of them and the terrible evidence of the past they contain, says Kahentinetha.
According to the Kahnistensera, the same type of agreement and investigation that resulted from the Royal Victoria Hospital Court Case should be followed in all other similar sites. In particular, the institutions that should be investigated and protected can be found in both the list of sites that Indigenous people requested to be included in the settlement process for Residential Schools, and that were not accepted because they were not schools operated by the Federal government, and in lists of orphanages, psychiatric wards and institutions attended by Duplessis Orphans (see attached documents). Approximately 200 institutions may be concerned. According to anthropologist Philippe Blouin, who accompanies the Mohawk Mothers in court, there was widespread abuse of children in Quebec until the late 1960’s, and strong connections between the treatment of Indigenous children and Duplessis Orphans must be investigated to help survivors find closure while it is still time.
Mohawk Mothers kindly remind you to keep your promises.
The Government of Canada should also follow suit with hospitals under Federal custody in Quebec, including the Parc Savard Indian Hospital and the veterans’ hospitals in Sainte-Anne-de-Bellevue and on Queen May Road in Montreal. Finally, the Kahnistensera insist that respecting human remains is an issue of public interest and that proper capacity funding must be provided to Indigenous investigators seeking to protect burial sites. The Kanien’kehá:ka Kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers) is a Kahnawake-based group that helps Indigenous women accomplish their traditional cultural duty as caretakers of the land, to protect all life, including their children and ancestors. They have been engaged in a legal challenge with promoters of the New Vic project to stall future excavation of the former Royal Victoria Hospital site until a proper archaeological investigation is conducted, using the traditional protocols of the Kaianere’kó:wa (Great Peace). https://www.mohawkmothers.ca/ Contact for press: email@example.com Kahnawake, P.O. Box 991
Mohawk Robbie Robertson of the Band could have been writing about the perils of Mount Royal:
When I get off of this mountain You know where I wanna go? Straight down the Mississippi River To the Gulf of Mexico To Lake Charles, Louisiana Little Bessie, girl that I once knew And she told me just to come on by If there’s anything she could do
Up on Cripple Creek, she sends me If I spring a leak, she mends me I don’t have to speak, she defends me A drunkard’s dream if I ever did see one . . . .
MNN. June 4, 2023. On April 6, 2023, The final day of mediation began at 9.15 a.m.. This photo was taken at the end around 11:15 that night.
Lawyers, judge and kahnistensera Mohawk Mothers stood together for this photo of completion of the mediation at the Montreal Court.
For details of the Settlement Agreement, April 6, 2023 – See court documents filed as CANADA PROVINCE OF QUEBEC, DISTRICT OF MONTREAL. No. 500-17-120468-221. Superior Court [Civil Division]. Between Plaintiffs kahnistensers; Defendents SQI, RVH, MUHC, McGill U., Montreal, AG Canada & AG Quebec; and 3rd Party Intervenors – Unmarked Graves & Burial Sites associated with Indian Residential Schools.
Words from our wise elder, Red-X, whose eyes are black cavernous void leading directly into the 5th dimension. He surveyed the current state of the kaianerekowa from his silver eagle and said that the gariwiio pimple is about to burst. He said, “What will be is what creation means”. He advised that what we all need is love, and then flew to the west where the sun never sleeps and disappeared into his celestial portal.
Jeannie C. Riley sings about some experiences in some places of higher learning:
I wanna tell you all a story ’bout A Harper Valley widowed wife Who had a teenage daughter Who attended Harper Valley Junior High Well, her daughter came home one afternoon And didn’t even stop to play And she said, “mom, I got a note here from the Harper Valley PTA”
Well, the note said, “Mrs. Johnson You’re wearin’ your dresses way too high It’s reported you’ve been drinking And a-running ’round with men and goin’ wild And we don’t believe you oughta be a-bringin’ up Your little girl this way” And it was signed by the Secretary Harper Valley PTA. . . . [Harper Valley PTA]
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:
Water is Life / Resist all pipelines
Land Back / Burn down settler colonialism
Designed by Mantis, a Diné Two-Spirit Tattoo Artist living and fighting alongside Migizi on the frontlines of Line 3. Working towards decolonization and land back baybeeee.
We think karonhiaktajeh Louie Hall would love the words in this song: “Louie, Louie, we gotta go. yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah!”
MNN. 3 oct. 2021. In politics leaders are supposed to lead by example. Trudeau’s stroll on the beach during the first Indigenous “Truth and Reconciliation Day” promotes the horrors of 150 years of genocide. We sense that Trudeau gave us the finger and that genocide will continue. His remedy is for us to reconcile with the murderers, become Canadian citizens to complete the genocide of us and our culture. Remaining onkwehonweh of our homeland, turtle island, is our protection.
MONTREAL ELECTION 2021
It appears that on tianni tiotiakon, [Montreal] which is acknowledged kanienkehaka Mohawk land, there is an epidemic of ‘tourette’s syndrome’ among politicians and candidates running in the current Montreal municipal election. They blurt out uncontrolled sounds that they don’t realize are offensive to us. A ‘diffuse axonal’ head injury victim says that ‘amnesia’ is the fastest growing disease in the country. “Nobody remembers shit about anything”, unless it gets them a vote.
CODERRE DUMPED RAW SEWAGE INTO THE KANIATERONWANO:ONWE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER.
Candidate former Shit Mayor Denis Coderre says about the grandiose development proposed for Mount Royal on unceded Mohawk land in the middle of the city, “There should be no question of allowing some people to get the views because they have the means to live in a tower!” He also is campaigning to return the torn down statue of the father of Canada, the First Prime Minister John A. MacDonald, to the center of the city. He wants to affirm MacDonald’s words in Parliament that, in effect, “all original people are savages and that they should be whitenised”. Today, a foreigner ordering this is guilty of an act of war and hate crime against humanity and should be tried by the world court at The Hague.
In effect, Coderre’s spin is, “That’s how we are going to remember how degenerate he was and the genocide he authored on indigenous people” to wipe us out from the face of the earth. Sounds like members of today’s governments. Coderre hopes someone will put a statue of him in the city for his degeneracy in dumping half the city’s effluent into the St. Lawrence River during his term as mayor. Our culture does not welcome statues of such enemies of mankind on Mohawk land.
Quebec Premier Francois Legault refused to commemorate the September 29 “Truth and Reconciliation Day’ as, “What happened this week will not be what happens in the following ones. . . No holiday. We need productivity in Quebec!” Dissolving the government would be very productive.
OVER 3000 HOMELESS IN MONTREAL.
The ruling politicians, corporatists and mainstream media suffer the highest level of amnesia.
On the other hand the citizens want to remember the genocide horror that the state conducted on us. They know Canada is built on genocide and murder and that anything based on a lie will always be a lie. On Sept. 29 they wore orange shirts, pants, socks, shoes and hats , carried signs and marched for us that they will not forget. Fully dressed Prime Minister Trudeau strolled on the beach, with his family, to celebrate the horrors of residential school genocide. To carry on he should work on a vaccine for the disease known as ‘Indian Residential School Death Camp amnesia’. The rulers probably want everyone to be tested to make sure they have amnesia of this crime of genocide they have plead guilty to committing.
FRUSTRATION IN MONTREAL.
We onkwehonweh are going to specify the real truths the people will face.
The Mount Royal development is on unceded Mohawk land. The Men’s Fire of Six Nations demanded to be consulted. The Public Consultation Office wants our brief to be posted on their site by November 4, 2021. On November 10 we are being given 10 minutes to give your statement by Zoom, which will be recorded and available to the public on November 11th. Smoke signals shall rise again from our perch on top of the kanienkehaka kanontowano now called Mount Royal.
Note: We should be given more time than Helene Panaioti of the “Friends of the Mounain” or anybody else to discuss our views on this project.
Jimi Hendrix, in “Castles made of Sand” said it right: “Castles made of sand fall into the sea eventually. Disappear with one wave”.
MNN. 27 Sep. 2021. This Notice was sent by Registered Mail to McGill University for illegal construction on Mohawk rotinoshonni land. We Mohawk kanienkehaka have inalienable rights to this land and have received no notification. We need to be put on the agenda. We own this land and they do not have our permission. We want an investigation of our property which may be a crime scene.
LISTEN, THEY THINK THEY’RE GONNA KILL OUR MOUNTAIN. NOT AS LONG AS WE’RE ALIVE.
NOTICE: Men’s Fire of the Six Nations Grand River Territory
542 Mohawk Rd., ON N0A 1H0 226 388 4191
Attention: Office de Consultation Publique de Montréal
Attention: The Public Consultation (Site of the Former Royal Victoria Hospital):
I am writing to request a formal hearing session to express the following issues prior to any construction associated with the project:
Kahnawake, Akwesasne, Six Nations and all kanienkehaka are the original people of the territory and as such are; Haudenosaunee Iroquois Confederacy onkwehonweh meaning we are not citizens of either Canada or the United States or Quebec. As Haudenosaunee Iroquois Confederacy onkwehonweh,
The Commissioner is on Notice to effectively notify the proper Authorities of any development to this property (Former Royal Victoria Hospital)
As per: The Two Row Wampum, and Silver Covenant Chain Wampum, the onkwehonweh (original peoples) have inherent treaty rights on the territory of tionitiohtià:kon (Montreal), as nor we nor our ancestors have ever relinquished their sovereignty from the beginning of time. The City of Montreal acknowledges that the Haudenosaunee Iroquois Confederacy have never ceded their territory. There has never been any surrender of any of our territories.
McGill University was initially built with money taken from the Indian Trust Fund in 1850, supposed to be given back to the rotinoshonni. The reimbursement process for these loans has not been implemented yet by the City of Montreal nor McGill University.
The Constitution of 1982 legislation allows us to exercise the following:
Haudenosaunee have inherent outright claim to this property
No Consultation has been conducted to-date
Onkwehonweh have strong suspicions from our elders in the community of buried bodies of our people at various locations on site.
kahentinetha, rotiskariwakeh [spitting bear clan], wishes to have a meeting with the Commissioner ASAP.
1701 Great Peace of Montreal when the French sued for peace with the rotinoshonni after 100 years of defeat.
There are two ways in which fiduciary obligation may arise between the Crown and Indigenous Peoples. (Haudenosaunee):
When the Crown has discretionary control over a specific or cognizable aboriginal interest, (“SUI GENERIS fiduciary obligation”)
Where the Crown has undertaken to exercise its discretionary control over a legal or substantial practical interest in the best interests of a beneficiary (the “AD HOC fiduciary relationship”)
Case Law: Williams Lake Indian Band v Canada, Coldwater Indian Band v Canada (Indian Affairs and Northern Affairs)
The Hodiskeagehda (Men’s Fire of the Kahnawake, Akwesasne, and Six Nation Territory) are presenting to you your responsibility to honor and act in accordance to the kaianerenko:wa (Iroquois Great Law of Peace), the teiohate Two Row Wampum, and the Silver Convonant Chain.
The Iroquois of turtle island have never relinquished their sovereignty to allow the proposed repurposing of the site of the former Royal Victoria Hospital. Allow me to remind you of your legislation:
Bomberry v. Ontario (Minister of Revenue) (Ont. Div. Ct.), 1989 CanLII 4300 (ON SC)
It is clear that neither the province nor the federal government can extend their administrative power beyond their constitutional reach, the charter of rights, particularly in a way that trenches upon the exclusive legislative authority of the other order of government, or the universal human rights of individuals. Please contact us if you have any questions, concerns or complaints.
Respectfully submitted by the Hodiskeagehda (Men’s Fire of the Kahnawake, Akwesasne, and Six Nation Territories)
Wifred Davey, Secretary for the Hodiskeagehda Wilfred Davey (Latudalasluni), Six Nations Grand River Territory. firstname.lastname@example.org
ROTISKEHRAKETEH ROBBIE ROBERTSON makes it as simple as it gets: “You’re in Indian country. This is Indian Country.”
MNN. 6 Sep. 2021. As karonhiaktajeh said, “We [the indigenous people of the earth] are one people and we stand together”. As time goes on Anglo Americans and their allies show us their innate ugliness. To them killing an Afghani man and 9 kids ‘by’ mistake is “collateral Damage”. Guys in Colorado push buttons and drop missiles and drones on innocent people, on purpose.
THE U.S. & ITS ALLIES DROPPED 26,171 BOMBS ON AFGHANS IN 2016.
The invaders have no soul. They hate us indigenous because we reveal the truth about them. There will be a response. The Chinese technology far exceeds what Americans have. The empire intrude on other peoples, land and culture as they did to us. We were called savages, atheists and terrorists. They declared us as “non-human” and according to their Christian belief they could murder us with impunity.
Almost everyone has fallen for it. Hedonist Trudeau called an election to take the focus off the thousands of unmarked hidden graves of murdered children found at Indian Residential School death camps. They are not holding themselves accountable. They avoid the humanitarian beauty of the kaianerekowa. They are terrified of the truth. “We’re going to get to bottom, of all this”, they say as they all swear an oath of secrecy to the Queen, especially, this, the biggest secret.
Who and what is the corruptor. It is hate. This empire will not last. The past cannot be changed no matter what lies the colonists tell. We have the truth. We learn from it. The psychotics make up fantasies to make horrific deadly decisions, all based on lies which they cover with many more lies. No matter what, they will always be lies. Their spies and intelligence agents said that leaving Afghanistan would be a breeze. It was a lie. They had other plans. Psychotics wrote the scripts for the psychopaths to act out this terror.
It’s a never ending war between good and evil, while they play the tag of death.
The world watches. The demise of America will be shown on youtube. Their contorted faces, greed, hatred, envy and planning of massacres of us and indigenous people all over the world. They hate us. They want to know the price of everything and not the natural value of things. They have been programmed into the republic of war culture which they brought from where they came. Afghanistan was a complete fiasco for 20 years. They lost. Yet Americans still want to take the last shot. It’s costing $ trillions.
The world is finally seeing the real face we seen for 500 years. They have no qualms about committing violence and crimes. They kill to kill. They are confirming to the world that war is wrong. They shoot deer and moose, any kind of animal, just to kill. 80 million buffalo wiped out to starve the Sioux, reducing the herd to 800. They killed 150 million of us and our children and tried to conceal the murders and genocide.
THE BIG LIE.
We view our land as a trust for our children that are yet unborn. We say “not for sale”. The foreign corporation known as the Crown could never legitimately have the land.
The psychotics want to control the force of life, like “serial killers”. They give themselves a licence to do this with impunity, without ethics and morality. Society lives in terror. Only the military establishment thrives to feed their never ending addiction to war. They came onto the shore of turtle island and saw everything the wanted to steal. They declared, “This should belong to us”. Their corruptors directed them to exterminate the original people, which would eliminate all witnesses to the crime.
Their psychotic leaders declared they can commit premeditated murder and genocide, in the name of freedom, human rights, and democrcy!!!. After Afghanistan they have no triumph, so like little children the Americans and their allies drop bombs on their way out. Campaign contributors are concerned that the politicians cannot easily sell another war. The noose is tightening around the neck. The US is the second most hated country in the world after Israel.
The US empire is unnatural and on the brink of annihilation on turtle island. Since we were not totally genocided, kaianerekowa the great peace survives from the beginning of time to the end of time.
The US deceived the world and now itself. They are ia-ronon-kwe-kiken. They are not natural people. They think they can murder and take no blame.
They speak more cruel every day. They show no conscience. They cover up their evil with charity and NGOs sent to countries pretending to help them but are spying to undermine them. Nature is helping mother earth.
The psychotic monsters are currently looking for new lands, adventures and people to kill. Those psychopaths in Colorado probably just sent another drone to kill someone, which would inevitably include innocent men, women and children going about their lives. They will never acknowledge it. They are already rewriting their past to escape what they are, evil doers.
Blood drips from the hands of leaders and politicians of United States, Canada, and those ruled by the new British Empire which is a financial empire out of the City of London. The life of others is unimportant to them. When they are gone, a burden will be lifted from the world. We will be safer. They think they have to try to destroy us or we will destroy them with the truth.
As Eric Burdon and the Animals say about war: “He blesses the boy and they stand in line. The smell of gun grease and the bayonets they shine. He is there to help them all that he can. To make them feel wanted. He is a good holy man. Sky Pilot. you are soldiers of god. You must understand. The fate of your country is in your young hands. May god give you strength to do your job real well. If it was all worth it, only time will tell. In the morning they returned with tears in their eyes. The stench of death drifts up to the skies. A young soldier so ill looks at the Sky Pilot, remembers the words “Thou Shalt Not Kill”. Sky Pilot. Sky Pilot. How high can you fly. You never reach the sky.”
Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, on June 21, National Indigenous Peoples Day, issued the following statement where he plead guilty as leader of the Corporation of Canada to 13 counts of millions of murders, genocide, terrorism and lies. It is estimated that 3,950,00 children were murdered at the church and government schools. The corporations of Canada and United States of America together committed the the genocide of all indigenous on turtle island.
TRUDEAU: You asked cana’jon to celebrate the” vibrant and diverse cultures, languages, and beautiful traditions of corporate First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples”. You intentionally did not mentioning almost 100% of the onkwehonweh of turtle island [the original people]. You recognize the important “contributions” Indigenous peoples have made to Canada.
GUILTY PLEA #1: “First Nations, Inuit, and Métis peoples” are Corporations of Canada, working for you. turtle island is our land, water, air, resources, plants, animals and all nature which you forcibly stole. We did not contribute anything!
Government said to the Indian sellout: “I’m gonna make you an offer you can’t refuse.”
TRUDEAU: “… And it was 25 years ago that the Government of Canada and their agents of their ”Indian” organizations chose June 21 to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day. Most of us never heard of this nor consulted.
GUILTY PLEA #2: Every day is important to us since the beginning of time until the end of time. July 1st and now June 21 are “Indigenous Genocide Days” when canadiens [the squatters] celebrate the murder of 150 million indigenous of the Western Hemisphere.
TRUDEAU: “… that there is much more work to do on the important journey to reconciliation. The recent tragic findings of remains near the former Kamloops Residential School [death camp] serve as a stark reminder of the systemic oppression, inequalities, and discrimination that Indigenous peoples have endured over the past years, decades, and centuries, and the injustices and challenges they continue to face today.”
GUILTY PLEA #3: You acknowledge that the genocide started 500 years ago. You cannot reconcile murdering and genociding. You must be dissolved. If not, you will remind us of your crimes, including your flags, statues and foreign languages.
The Prime Minister with a briefcase can steal more money than the man with a gun”.
TRUDEAU: You admit “…at least 150,000 Indigenous children [per year] were forcibly separated from parents and communities, and carried off to places where their languages and culture were prohibited in an attempt to intentionally eliminate them. These children suffered emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission also reported that thousands of children were sent to these schools never returned home. The exact number of children who [were murdered] died may never be known and, devastatingly, many parents never found out what happened to their children. This intergenerational trauma continues to today and we must continue to ensure that the necessary supports for those who have been retraumatized … are provided. … – this must be our collective commitment toward reconciliation.
GUILTY PLEA #4: YOU RECITED THE GRAPHIC GUILTY PLEA ADMITTING THE HORRORS OF THE SADISTIC GENOCIDE: kidnapping innocent children and babies; torturing and murdering over 150,000 children, and the emotional, physical, and sexual abuse. While they did not care how many were murdered, they did care about what they paid the church for the murders-for-hire. You have the exact figure. You and the church have exact records. According to our figures, there was an average of 200 new students every year in each residential death camp, which is 25,000 new students each over 125 years. There were 158 death camps, each with 25,000 students over the 125 years, equals 3,950,000 indigenous students.
GUILTY PLEA #5: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission also reported that thousands of children never returned home, meaning they were murdered; followed by the 60s scoop, sterilization, snatching babies, eliminating procreation, CAS, jails and other extinction programs outlined in the “Indian Act” and “Indian Lands Acts 1924”, requiring the automatic dissolution of Canada, to be forever shunned by all countries of the world. YOU CALLED THIS “THE FINAL SOLUTION TO THE INDIAN PROBLEM”, which Adolph Hitler adopted.
We want no apology. They are equal guilty parties to the worst horrors ever known to mankind. TRUDEAU: “The Government of Canada continues to call on the churches to issue a formal apology to Indigenous peoples impacted by the residential school system”. All churches are co-partners with the government with equal responsiibility for premeditated and ongoing genocide and murders.
Behind every successful fortune is a crime.
TRUDEAU: “Taking responsibility is one of the Calls to Action of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and is an essential step to advancing truth and reconciliation in Canada”. Thus the churches must be dissolved automatically and shunned forever by all the nations of the world and by those genocided.
GUILTY PLEA #6: Murderers do not issue apologies to their victims so that you can reconcile with your victims. According to church doctrine, you will then expect us to forgive you and then we will heal!! tehontisokwariton. We cannot heal through any intervention by the poerpetrators of the murder and genocide.
TRUDEAU: “We must also acknowledge, honour, and respect those who have passed” [or caused to pass]. Recently created is the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation, September 30, a federal holiday.,… to encourage Canadians to learn about and reflect on our country’s history and present day truths, as well as to commemorate the survivors, their families, and their communities [if they’re still alive]. There can be no restoration of friendly relations with murderers and genociders.
GUILTY PLEA #7: As you say, your corporation intentionally murdered and genocided us so cruelly so that you can celebrate the very people you murdered, leaving us to grieve. It is too late to acknowledge those you murdered. You want to apologize to us because many of us are not dead yet. The ‘indigenous leaders are your puppets controlled by your corporation. We have no leaders. Each one of us is sovereign. The Indian Lands Acts and Indian Act means that genocide, murder and terror are still on your agenda. The remedy is to automatically dissolve. Had the genocide been completed, there would only be you here to celebrate!
They don’t mention to you that we are Mohawk.
TRUDEAU: “Saying sorry for these tragedies is not enough [agree]. We need to right past wrongs and address ongoing challenges,… with action”. You are working with your puppets, not us the real indigenous people, “to implement … the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s 76 Calls to Action”
GUILTY PLEA #8: These crimes to deliberately poison our water and food can never be righted. Only your automatic dissolution and banishment from turtle island can make it right. You work only with corporate invented ‘Indian’ agents who are genocided. All the wrongs were committed mostly against us. These calls to action are unnecessary by a non-existing criminal corporation that has been dissolved.
TRUDEAU: “On June 3, two years after the release of Reclaiming Power and Place: The Final Report of the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, CANADA released the Federal Pathway. Budget 2021 alsoproposes historic investments t… in the Federal Pathway, create a safer future for Indigenous peoples, and contribute to ending this national tragedy”.
GUILTY PLEA #9: once again you are creating the pathway for us, which is the continuing genocide and murder! “Investments” means using our vast Indian Trust Funds to finish the job. This business plan will benefit only Canada! You admitted guilt resulting in automatically dissolution of Canada. There is no “federal pathway”. We remind you that for you and your agents who plead guilty and are convicted according to the kaianerekowa, you have nothing because you are automatically dissolved. Remember your father’s “69 White Paper” to genocide us which you now call your “Framework Agreement”.
TRUDEAU: “It is the responsibility of the Government of Canada to make significant change [to our laws and policies] within our federal institutions … to improve outcomes for Indigenous peoples and for all Canadians, … in partnership with Indigenous peoples.
GUILTY PLEA #10: The convicted corporation and all its fraudulent institutions have automatically dissolved and cannot make laws or policies. Your only pathway is respect for the kaianerekowa and teiohateh from the beginning of time to the end of time.
TRUDEAU DOUBLE-TALK: You say, “We are putting those words into action. Today, the Parliament will pass legislation to advance the implementation of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples UNDRIP. [Your corporate] Indigenous leaders, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls have all said that the Declaration is a roadmap for the federal government to work in partnership with Indigenous peoples to advance reconciliation. The roadpap is between you and your puppets. By implementing the Declaration, we are advancing social and economic equality, promoting economic participation, and protecting Indigenous governance and laws, lands and territories, and cultures and languages. By your guilty pleas, Canada is automatically dissolved.
GUILTY PLEA #11: These sell-out corporate groups working for you have no right to represent the true natural people placed on turtle island by creation. They too are dissolved. Automatic dissolution eliminates all this double talk. Once again you conceded your guilt for murder, genocide and terror. kaianerekowa and Implementing UNDRIP means you must dissolve! You are trying to make your crimes and murders go away and move on with the genocide! You murderers will never get our land, have a native culture or speak a natural language of turtle island, which you need to become a country. You will go home. Parliament does not exist. Dissolution is the death penalty for the corporation. Indigenous corporate councils [are your puppets], the TRCommission, and National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls did not say that the Declaration is a roadmap. Your non-existing corporation cannot reconcile with us sovereign people. Our jurisdiction is to care for our mother, our culture and our languages. When you sign UNDRIP you must agree to promote economic participation, protect Indigenous governance and laws, lands and territories, and cultures and languages. Because of your crimes, you have to automatically dissolve and respect our true natural governance here on our homeland. FOUR COUNTRIES DID NOT SIGN UNDRIP. EVERYBODY ELSE RECOGNIZES OUR SOVEREIGNTY.
Says the Crown: Make up for your sins in church.
TRUDEAU: “Through Jordan’s Principle, the federal government is committed to providing First Nations children living on and off reserve with equitable access to government-funded programs including speech therapy [in English or French only], educational supports, medical equipment, mental health services and more. We also remain committed to working with our Indigenous partners to support Indigenous students’ access to a safe and high-quality education that meets their unique needs and helps them get the best start in life. And with the support of the Government of Canada, First Nations communities have lifted more than 100 long-term drinking water advisories. This progress is just a few examples of what we have accomplished, but there’s much more to do.
GUILTY PLEA #12: One of Jordan’s principles is kidnapping and sending our kids to residential school death camps. You will help those who call themselves “First Nation”, a corporate designation, and not the original onkwehonweh. We live on all our land. The corporate boundaries are not for us. You are the squatters. We are in the canoe and you are on the ship, which will soon be taking you home. Your government-funded public services all come from our Indian Trust Funds and resources stolen from us. Everything is ours. You are not our partners. You want to provide education supports like the residential schools to erase us? Your murderers are trying to take control of the victims. You purposely destroyed our water and deliberately allow filthy sickly drinking water in our communities so we will get sick and die. Your main accomplishments are murder and genocide.
TRUDEAU: “All of us have a role to play in telling the truth of our past and addressing the systemic injustices that Indigenous peoples and communities still face today. The Government of Canada will continue to work to do better so Indigenous peoples across this country feel safe and respected, and have a real and fair chance at success. Only through concrete actions, and by working together, will we build a better path forward.”
GUILTY PLEA #13: You said genocide continues today. Tell us the whole truth. Live by the kaianerekowa and teiohateh. For murdering, genociding and terrorizing us you have forfeited your ability to exist on turtle island. As a sovereign, I hereby automatically dissolve you and your businesses.
The nations of the world cannot have any relationship whatsoever with genociders and murderers. We continue to defend our lives from your conceited quest for genocide.
skenna karenna. nonen onka tionkwetayeri raskaneks ne ahateweyensteh ne skennen karenna, roriwayen ne tonayawenneh, onenktsi enhakwaren ne ronwarihonniennireh, skatne tehontoneh tahnon enhonterennoten.
Six years ago MNN posted an excellent take on how we have all been purposely disconnected from the natural sound and the natural time. The 13 moons were changed into 12, the 13 notes were changed into 12.
MNN. Jan. 5, 2014. The orenda [energy], oyendera [body] and onikonra [the mind] all work together to be healthy and to communicate with the natural world. We are spirit beings with inherent vibrations. Taking us off natural sound and natural time creates divisions in our mind so that we can be separated from the oneness.
Pope Disney to corporatists: “You take over time and I’ll take over music and sound”.
The human cell is an electric magnetic field of possibility. Old indigenous languages are in touch with true consciousness. By design English does not generate those patterns.
Physical healing can be aided or hindered by tone. Frequencies are deliberately altered to weaken the spiritual impact. Singing gets into deeper levels of the subconscious, accessing insights beyond artificial belief systems. Out-of-tune languages such as English vibrate at different frequencies. Many of us were beaten when we spoke our own language and forced into the English vibration.
All of creation communicates on the earth on the 13 note solfaggio scale. The original frequencies are recorded in the “Book of Numbers” in the Old Testament , “Healing Codes of the Biologic Apocalypse by Dr. Leonard Horowitz”. The Greek mathematician, Pythagoras, invented the chromatic scale that is 12 notes. When tuned to A440 all the original 13 salfaggio frequencies will be hidden between the notes of the chromatic scale so that you will never hear them.
The original 13 salfaggio notes are all that nature creates upon. The original sounds of nature that Creation communicates with are hidden between the artificial man-made chromatic scale to further disconnect us from nature.
Mohawks do the small condolence ceremony to connect with creation. We take the soft leather and wipe our eyes, the eagle feather to clean our ears and drink the clearest water. Our body then clears itself. The frequencies of our songs also connect us. The native drums connect us directly to Mother Earth.
The sounds are there but we are not hearing it. They have been deliberately turned down and masked. “Owistah” [the money disease] prevents us from becoming of one mind. When we boost the volume on the natural frequencies, we will hear the vibrations and the consciousness of the universe. An old paradigm will emerge to heal all the separation that’s been artificially created.
Memory is experience and intelligence stored in the cells of our mind and body called DNA. With the right stimuli, sounds and frequencies, information is released from the true self.
Music is for the secret ear. Changing the notes causes the matrix of thought and well-being to be squelched. Frequencies can turn grief into joy, cause people to connect to their inner source. These channels have to be kept open so the life force can flow.
The 12 note chromatic scale is essentially thought control. The 12 month Gregorian calendar takes us off natural time to cement their thought control. It take us out of tune as a piece of the force energy of creation which gives us our power as creator beings.
At the deepest level we are together as a body, spirit and mind. Indigenous worldwide can lead us all back to healing ourselves in our own minds. When 5 of the ierokwah [Iroquois] nations figured this out in our own minds, our teacher, Dekanawida, left. He asked us to help the rest of the people in the world to figure out this simple formula in their own minds. He said, “te-ia-ta-te-wen-nio”, that each one of us is sovereign. We all have a piece of the source energy within our minds that gives us our power as creator beings.
nia’wen tsi wasewata’honsat
Mother Earth is changing her frequencies. So will all life. You will have to return to Mother Earth.
The music prophet, Jimi Hendrix, tuned to A417, one of the original solfaggio earth frequencies, the only modern musician to do that.
His song, “Third Stone from the Sun”, [our Mother] is all about frequency and vibration. He said, “When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace”.
MNN. The timely Everett Report of 1922 confirms us as caretakers of turtle island. Our children and the unborn have all the rights. We can never convey or sell any of turtle island from ocean to ocean, pole to pole. Read about the systemic injustice since 1492:
MNN. The NYS Everett Report of March 17, 1922, found that no attempt was ever made to control the Mohawks of Akwesasne. That’s because that section lying within NYS is separate and distinct from the United States and Canada. [p. 317]. So is all of Great Turtle Island.
Aliens have only those rights we gave them under the Great Law/Kaianerehkowa, which was temporary. Should they cause loss, wrong, suffering or endanger the peace, the War Chiefs reprimand and expel them. [Wampum 74]. They have no voice in council. [Wampum 76]. Canada, US, Mexico or any foreigners cannot interfere with us.
They arrived with nothing, then stole, created paper money backed by military force and tried to take everything from us.
Red Jacket, Corn Planter and other Iroquois told US President George Washington that they are fighting over everything that belongs to our children, all our lands, resources and waters, including all the beds of all the waters of Great Turtle Island. [p. 186-7]
Their politicians, judiciary and military know we never gave up anything. Canada, US, Ontario, Quebec and New York State promised to protect us from them.
International law provides that title to land cannot be taken away without the fully informed consent of the lawful owners. If it’s stolen and used for twenty or a million years, they never get title.
At Akwesasne, Canada Customs goons are grabbing our cars and demanding $1000. These hoods nab us as we come over the bridge, take us out to the back and beat us up. A fleet of armored tow trucks haul away our vehicles. Canada threatens unarmed people with heavily armed RCMP, OPP, Cornwall and Akwesasne police forces.
Some of these community members carry pinkish purple cards showing they are Camel Toe Treaty people. This cult says a treaty was signed in Central Park in New York City in 409 AD. Egyptian tombs were left behind. They purport that Indigenous were signatories that brought down the Roman Empire! None of this has any basis in the Great Law or in history. rotinoshonni:onwe have a birthright to freedom of movement on Great Turtle Island.
Before putting the military boots to us, the colonists sent in the camels to confuse, anger and scare us. We don’t want another 1990 Mohawk Oka Crisis style attack by 5,000 heavily armed soldiers. They obviously fear true facts, which can’t be blown up, shot at or destroyed.
Canada, give it up. Your imaginary line [border] doesn’t belong here.
We will never renounce our rotinshonni’on:we birthright. Three recent Federal Court of Canada rulings confirm our sovereignty. Because we live in akwesasne, kahnawake, kanesatake, khenteke, oswego, kanienkeh, kanatsioharekeh and wahta or anywhere on turtle island, we are not residents of the corporations of Canada or the United States. Brutal attacks and human rights violations by settler colonial border thugs are not investigated.
These attacks show panic, weakness and impotence. Predatory banksters are trying to plunder the world with impunity.
Everybody in the world knows that two party deals for our land and possessions between foreigners are illegal.
READ THE EVERETT REPORT
The waters of the women flow to bring forth new life forever
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