MNN. Oct. 21, 2018. For over 50 years this National Film Board documentary film was seen by millions of people around the world. Participants regularly get comments on the blockade of the International Bridge at Akwessne. It is one of the most important milestones in which natives made a definite statement to the world and governments that we have special rights and that the Canada-U.S border does not exist for natives people. The Jay Treaty of 1794 was for the intruders only. The treaty between the British and Americans has withstood many legal challenges by governments in the United States and Canada. It affirms our natural rights as the original peoples of turtle island.
It is an international treaty between foreign nations with a provision [Article III] respecting our natural freedom and right to live freely on our land where creation placed us without any hindrance.
All natives benefitted from this action by kanionkehaka/Mohawks who stood at the Customs House on that cold day on December 20, 1968.
The rotinoshonni’onwe Iroquois have a long history of making such statements to the world. Annually in Niagara Falls the natives have marched across the Niagara River since the 1920s to remind them of our free passage and their borders do not apply to us.
Another history making event was when Paul K. Diabo of kahnawake, an ironworker, was ordered by the American government to be deported to Canada as an alien. The Supreme Court of the United States upheld the rights of natives to cross freely between Canada and the United States without hindrance or molestation.
In 1968 the world saw a small group of Mohawks and other natives make a declaration that we are not going to allow anyone to interfere with our natural rights.
This commemoration at Concordia University is a significant event. Everyone is welcome.
THIS FILM AND OTHERS WILL BE SHOWN: CINEMA POLITICA NETWORK, “YOU ARE ON INDIAN LAND”, 1455 de Maisonneuve, Hall Building, Montreal, Quebec. Monday, Oct. 22nd 2018. Arrive at 6.30 pm. 37 mins. followed by open discussion.
MNN. Oct. 13, 2018. ia-ta-tewa-ton-koton. We have not immersed ourselves into the corporate system. We cannot alienate ourselves from our birthright as the true natural people of turtle island. The invaders have no jurisdiction. We never gave them any. Their laws have no effect.
THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA DOING ITS JOB: “ANOTHER CRUMMY DECISION FOR OUR “INDIANS” THAT WE HAVE NO RIGHT TO MAKE!”
This decision is on laws they have no right to make. This decision by the Supreme Court of Canada affects those who have sold out to the false man-made law called the Indian act. They have no jurisdiction to make the Indian Act. Either way it has no precedent or binding affect on the onkwehonweh. It does not exist for anybody. Those of us who refuse know that no foreign government or corporation applies to us tewatatawi original people. They can’t make any law, thus there is nothing to talk about.
YOU NEVER WRONG A BROTHER IRON WORKER & YOU DON’T SEE ONE WRONGED.
The Indian Act “Indians” are citizens of a foreign company set up by the invaders and have lost their onkwehonweh birthright as a result. Canada has no jurisdiction to make a constitution. The corporation of Canada owns nothing. Their committees known as the Indian Act band council do their dirty work for them. The Queen cannot give anybody what does not belong to her. She and her colony have no dominion over us, our land or all life on turtle island. We true natural people never relinquished anything. This case is in a court set up by the invaders to rule upon laws they have no right to make. All their laws and court decisions are made without jurisdiction on turtle island. Every decision they’ve ever made is null and void. All laws made by the corporation of Canada [Parliament and US counterparts] are null and void.
WE ARE A FREE PEOPLE THAT OUR ANCESTORS BROUGHT INTO THIS WORLD.
The decision of the Supreme Court of Canada invaders does not interfere with us. Only those who willingly help the corporation to administer the genocide program, the pipe line and other devastation on our mother. Eliminating us and our culture is their plan.
Treaties give no rights. The invaders wanted treaties. We let them stay on our land according to our conditions. They broke them. Their agreement with is us is null and void. They are trespassing and must leave. We have the birthright to turtle island.
How dare the oppressors and their “criminal gang” dictate to us. We are from nature. We are real. They are paper made people. Their corporate laws and court decisions are man made fiction. Their institutions, rules and regulations are fake. New demands are constantly being made to keep their criminal gangs in business. The intruders never deal in good faith. Their own law states that if you take another’s property, you are committing a crime. The statute of limitations never ends. They will be held accountable.
The court lied to the Mikisew Crees of Alberta. The chief wants to know who he can cry to now! He wants to go back to the same court and stand before the enemy and expect justice. The same court of oppressors will rule against him again.
The court said the band councils are their boards and committees that have no rights except to do what they are told. They don’t have to consult them. Their job is to help the tyrants swindle their own families. A handful of invaders want to illegally decide the fate of millions of natural people.
They should be consulting with us about how they can follow the kaianerekowa, the only law of turtle island. Their judicial scams are designed to work in favor of the invading predators. A man is born stupid but he doesn’t have to stay that way.
Alibaba and the 40 thieves [Canada and US] are not sovereign. They don’t have one inch of our land and can never get it. These unlawful occupiers have no right to legislate laws to us. They own the willing members of their band council, national and territorial “Indian” sidekicks who have alienated their birthright.
The lawless make schemes called laws to steal from us. No man has the right to deny us our birthright which comes from creation. We have a winning hand which paper made corporations cannot defeat. They ignore truth and justice but it will always exist in the natural world.
When the band council puppets look to the invaders as their authority, they are letting them destroy us, our mother and all life. Like those who helped capture Geronimo, all the traitors will be rounded up and dealt with accordingly.
Today we don’t have barbed wire fences around us. We have reservation prisons administered by the military who run the colony.
The lawyers pledge allegiance to the very institutions and rules that oppress us. Their job is to tell us we have no rights. Then they haul us into court to receive more injustice. We are told to believe in something that does not exist in their system, justice and truth.
We can live on our land until they want it. Sir William Johnson told the King, “Any man that would dare to call the iroquois ‘subjects’ better have a good army at his back, because no sooner would those words be spoken, they would slit his throat, because the Iroquois do not consider themselves subjects of anyone. They are of their own”.
Our teachings, language, genetic memories and the kaianerekowa keep us strong. We are raised to take responsibility for our own actions. We are naturally free and can never be subject to unlawful rules made by the invaders. They never defeated us. They can only ask us how they shall live by the kaianerekowa. If they don’t, they must leave. The onkwehonweh demonstrated their right to be free on the island in 1990:
MNN. Oct. 10, 2018. Every year the intruders to turtle island celebrate the continuing genocide of the natural people. Christopher Columbus and Thanksgiving go together with the hysterical Black Friday shopping frenzy that breaks out to divert their attention on the annihilation of millions of onkwehonweh, the true natural people.
TE HON WANI SHOTON. NOW HE SMELLS IT!
Our kids were kidnapped and imprisoned in “Child Elimination Centers” called residential schools. They were kidnapped, tortured and burnt in stoves in the basement. The schools were an extension of the genocide policy which continues today.
A repressive regime of fake people was established that funds and carries out the genocide operation.
The invaders made rules on every aspect of our life. We suffered a soul sucking life and death for hundreds of years. Knowledge of our existence was almost totally eradicated by the invaders. These paper made people recruit the Indians to do their dirty work for them.
WHAT HARVEST? WHAT THANKS?
The state maintains extensive surveillance on us. We are out in the open on our land trying to survive.
We are nature. We will save each other. The world knows that Canada and the United States are murderers.
We are being held hostage. We are born free and will get our freedom.
The invaders came here to kill and exploit, not in peace. They failed miserably as a species on this planet. They are now masterminding their own extinction. Nature will make difficult decisions to ensure our survival.
A Native American Thanksgiving
by Toni Duncan – Member, Round Valley Tribes
THANKS, BUT NO THANKS. . .
M.I.A. ponders te hon wani shoton in “Born Free”: “Man made power. Stood like a tower higher. Hi’ya hi’ya hello. And the higher you go. You feel lower oh oh. So I was close to the ants. Staying under cover, staying under cover With the nose to the ground.
I found my sound. Got myself an interview tomara. Got myself a jacket for a dollar. And my nails are chipped But I’m eager. And car doesn’t work so I’m stuck here. I don’t wanna live for tomara. I’ll push my luck today. I’ll throw this in ya face when I see ya. I got somethin’ to say. I’ll throw this shit in ya face when I see ya Cause I got somin’ to say. . . . I was born free, born free, I was born free, born free”
MNN. Nov. 30, 2013. Black Friday is “owistah” on steroids! Thanksgiving is not a day to be thankful. The real story is that every massacre of Indigenous people was followed by a celebration by the murderers. [Please See: Susan Bates. “Real Story of Thanksgiving”.
Financiers Jay Fiske and Stephen Gould first organized this kind of event in 1869. In 1951 it became “black Friday”. It is carried out with military precision. Wall street watches closely and gauges this for the bigger picture.
“Once we kill them, we will have a thanksgiving celebration”.
The truth is everyone eats a turkey dinner to celebrate genocide. They then rush out to forage for bargains at the chain stores full of “Made in China” wares.
It’s professionally developed mind control technique to get mobs to carry out mindless violence. Provocateurs stir up the anxiety to turn it into frenzy. Each shopper imitates another with more intensity. If something goes wrong no one is to blame because it’s all done by the ‘swarm’. This conditioned group-think is how millions of us were murdered. The invaders were whipped up and brought under the influence of their leaders to carry out guiltless killing with promised impunity. The bankers told them they could have everything for nothing. All they had to do was kill all the Indians who owned the land and resources. Nothing would happen to them. Some even became rich.
The frenzy the consumers display at the malls, some even beating each other to death over a $79 television, is the mentality that killed us and took our scalps for cash.
“After dinner we’ll head over to the mall for ‘pig’ friday!”
Robbie Robertson sings about the continuing Indigenous unification and survival Robbie Robertson. “Stomp Dance”: “Beating hearts, beating hearts/Come as one, come as one/This is Indian country/This is Indian country”.