Please post & distribute. Nia:wen.

MNN. Oct. 22, 2015.We came with the gentleness of a feather, which apparently was not accepted. You have not responded reasonably. You have left us no alternative but to take the necessary action to convince you. You must make a commitment to stop your war on creation. Everyone is responsible for preserving our waters. Skennen” [Statement after kanion’ke:haka and supporters closed down CN Rail in Kahnawake, OCT. 22, 2015].

In Canada bankers are listed as the shareholders of every municipality incorporated in Canada. The Chateau Clique of the Family Compact own the five major banks. They have the outright responsibility for the o’tah problem in Montreal. We are going to eliminate the shareholders’ limited liability clauses of Admiralty law and apply the law of the land, kaia’nere:kowa. The owners will be held responsible for the crimes of this corporation.

The shit issue opens the bigger picture, the private ownership of every municipality in Canada. This is the model for UN Agenda 30, to spread their pyramidal power grid to the world. Next will be Toronto, Ottawa, and so on. The bankers are killing us and poisoning us forever by taking control of our water.

The great Johnny Cash would have been with us on the track today singing this: “Look yonder coming down that railroad track. The orange blossom special bringing my baby back…. I ride that orange blossom special and lose these New York blues”. [Orange Blossom Special].

Give the corporate matrix your views: Mayor Denis Coderre, 514-872-0311; David Heurtel, Quebec Environment Minister, 418-521-3830; Environment Canada, 1-800-668-6767; Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, 515-277-6020, 613-995-8872. SUZANNE FORTIER, McGill 514-849-4179; Geoff Molson 514-398-0333.

CONTACT Facebook: “Protectors of the St. Lawrence. Time for change” and

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