MUNICIPALITY OF KAHNAWAKE SECRETLY ARRIVES [TAXES] Audio

MNN. Jan. 6, 2022. Kwe sewakwekon,

Band Council! Our children were not murdered so you can sell us out. You’ve gone too far! An emergency has been called to deal with the acts of the Canadian government’s ‘band council’ system. They are treasonous to the kaianerekowa. 

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MARC, THE COLONEL, REPORTS TO ???

The colonel of Indian Affairs, Mark Miller, is meeting with some of his employees, the MCK, to force Mohawks with the stroke of a pen to become Canadian citizens. The 100 year business plan was made in 1924 to force the indigenous people into Indian death camps called “reservations” and place Indian allies, the band council system, in charge of the genocide. It is called “the final solution of the Indian problem”. Their 100 year business plan comes into effect in 2024. [See Ontario Indian Lands Acts Oct. 25, 1924]. 

Section 35 [1] of the Constitution Act of Canada 1982 provides, the existing [pre-colonial- aboriginal and treaty rights of the aboriginal people [of turtle island] are hereby recognized and affirmed”. Section 52[1] affirms that “any law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution is, to the extent of the inconsistency, of no force or effect”. Therefore, the kainerekowa, which is the existing aboriginal legal system which the rotinonshonni confederacy has inherited from precolonial times, and which was never revoked or conceded, is the the supreme law of “Canada”. Consequently, all laws of Canada that are not recognized by the kaianerekowa are of no force or effect on the original homelands of the Iroquoian people. See CONSTITUTION ACT OF CANADA, 1982, SECTIONS 35 AND 52].http://CONSTITUTION ACT OF CANADA, 1982, SECTIONS 35 AND 52].

No treaties, land claims, laws or agreements are valid. Indian Affairs is a division of the army. The Band councils are all employees of the army. The main objective is to be the commandants of the POW camps, “until the indian people are absorbed into the main Canadian body politic [DC Scott]. The band council will be abolished. kaianerekowa does not acknowledge any other law than the kaianerekowa. 

The kaianerekowa, the great peace, is based on the natural world, of which the onkwehonhone are a part of. The band council’s main job is to help Canada to genocide the land, people and culture.

The kahnistensera, Mohawk mothers, are the sovereign caretakers of onowarekeh, for the coming generations, tahatikonhsontontie. The kaianerekowa is the basis for all adjudication and resolution as exercised in its procedure, clan system and oral tradition which come from time immemorial.

FLYING OFF TO SIGN ANOTHER MOHAWK GIVE-AWAY.

Kahsennahawe Sky Deer, Mike Delisle Jr. and Ross Montour are about to sign an agreement that will turn Kahnawake into a tax paying municipality of Quebec and Canada. 

On Friday, February 4, 2022 the MCK held meetings with Quebec and Canada on ‘Indigenous Relations’. Mark Miller, of the military reserves of Canada, is ‘Col. of Indian Affairs’, which is a department of the army, that holds all the files on the unceded indigenous land [which is all of turtle island] and the native trust funds. 99% of the people are each sovereign and do not support this enforced council on them. An infected blanked has been thrown over us so we don’t see what’s going on. 

THE THREE MUSKET-TEARS

The MCK follow the “Admiralty Law of the Seas”. They have commissioned Gerald Alfred, Kenneth Deere and Linda Delormier to use the lingo of kanienkehaka ways to create the foreign slavery system under the colonizing trespassers. MCK, Quebec and Canada have no relevance or validity anywhere in Canada. These foreign entities are using MIGHT over RIGHT. 

Sky-Deer, Michael Delisle Jr. , Ross Montour and Marc Miller are presently  discussing the new Kahnawake-Canada Relations and the selling of the vast Seigneury of Sault St. Louis [Seigneury]. The Mohawks never ceded this. There has never been a surrender of any land in Canada. The Mohawks refuse to take money for it. Indigenous lands cannot ever be sold, ceded or transferred as they are under the care of the kahnistensera, the Mohawk Mothers, who hold it in trust for the rotikonsotatie,.  

THE POLITICAL TRESPASSERS ON TURTLE ISLAND

Delisle is meeting with Quebec’s Minister Responsible for Aboriginal Affairs Ian Lafreniere to arrange the new relationship, including the Statement of Understanding and Mutual Respect to be signed by the MCK, all about taxation matters.

Sky Deer leads the External Government Relations Portfolio and Nation Relations. Her nation is the colonial government of Canada. Delisle is head of the Quebec-Kahnawake Relations and Seigneury files. Montour leads the Kahnawake-Canada Relations.

99% of the people have not been informed of this and are ferociously opposed to this crime against the kaianerekowa. Kahnawake is their test market for the military plan of genocide anr subjugation now in place for all reserves.  The truth is in the kaianerekowa!

 

 

MOHAWKS EVICTED FROM KAHNAWAKE FOR NOT PAYING THEIR TAXES.

{poster reads “Oppose the forced seizure of indian lands by the armed state”.} 

 Twilight Zone could be singing to the band council, whose actions weigh on their minds: “Where are they going when they’ve gone too far… Somewhere in a lonely hotel room, there is a guy starting to realize, that is eternal fate has turned its back on him. It is 2.am. The fear has gone. I am sitting here waiting …”

PRESS RELEASE: MCK MEETS WITH MINISTERS MILLER, LAFRENIERE TODAY http://www.kahnawake.com/news/pr/pr02042022a.pdf

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MOHAWK WARRIOR SOCIETY/ HANDBOOK ON SOVEREIGNTY & SURVIVAL Audio

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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.

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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.

Praise

“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 LiaisonsStasis, 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.

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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

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MCGILL DODGING & DIPPING GOES ON Audio

 

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MNN. 27, January 2022. This is an update by thahoketoteh of MNN on the McGill ongoing saga. The kahnistensera, Mohawk Mothers, are concerned with the self-preservation of indigenous lives and culture facing genocide at the hands of colonists trespassing on turtle island, using the foreign Admiralty Law of the Seas to violate our land, our people, resources , and  culture.

In the middle of this case, super-paid Principle and Chancellor of McGill, Suzanne Fortier, resigns! At McGill a messy failure has been left behind. As the Chinese say about those who abscond, “They  will suffer death by a thousand cuts”:

In the ‘procedural swamp’ the FCC  [T-1696-21] asked for time consuming information that has already been provided. tThe court’s concern is about traditional

IT SAID: “TAKE BACK TEKANONTAK” [AKA MONT-ROYAL] THIS IS KANIEN’KEHA:KA MOHAWK LAND.

representation, signers and speakers.

This is delaying presenting the substance of the case of the suspicions of unmarked graves of our people on the site of the Royal Victoria Hospital and the Allan Memorial Institute of McGill University.

According to Sections 35 and 52 of the Constitution Act of Canada 1982, all the laws of Canada have no force or effect because they are inconsistent with the kaianerekowa, great peace. The kahnistenera, Mohawk Mothers, can only represent themselves according to ancestral law. They are the caretakers of the children and the land they are brought onto.

This sounds like the philosophy commonly used by mega corporations and the military which are connected to all universities, such as the movement to ‘Demilitarizie McGill” has tried to reveal at McGill University. 

The main issues in the court case are the unmarked graves, the trespassing on Mohawk land, and the borrowing of Iroquois Trust Funds to build McGilll that was never repaid to the Mohawks.

The traditional process of the kanienkehaka [Mohawk] is to listen to the proceedings and report the words to the clans. The appointed word carriers will be given the words that will go back to the court. 

The kahnistensera cannot be represented by a lawyer, council or non-kaianerekowa person as it would be inconsistent with the great peace. The court is allowing the four opposing lawyers to speak and question the witnesses, while the indigenous women will be allowed one speaker!    

The SQI reached out to the band councils for information and assistance. The band councils are created by the Canadian Army to take care of the prisoners in this ongoing war for indigenous land title. 

The economic sanctions strategy was invented with the onkwehonweh [indigenous people of the land] in mind. No people have ever endured more oppressive sanctions than the original people in the history of modern economics. The creation and theft of the Indian Trust Funds was to create a stranglehold on the economic freedom of the original peopleMN.   

Though they are ‘old’, they are capable and expect to be treated fairly. The court was informed that they will continue this case as joint applicants according to Rule 102[b] of the Federal Court of Canada: “the relief claimed, whether joint, several or alternative, arises from substantially the same facts or matter”. In this  case, once an agreement is made they must stand behind the words.  

Leonard Cohen was an inmate in Dr. Ewen Camerons ‘mind control’ experiments at Allan Memorial Hospital of McGill and also wrote a song about a “Suzanne”. We wonder if Leonard ever listened to Ted Nugent’s song,” Stranglehold” which describes what has been done to us on the economic front. “Here I come again now, baby, like a dog in heat. You can tell it’s me by the clamor now, baby. I come to tear up the streets. I’ve been smoking for so long and now I am here to say, I got you in a stranglehold, baby. I’m gonna crush your face”.

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SUZANNE FORTIER GONE https://www.mcgill.ca/newsroom/channels/news/mcgill-university-principal-and-vice-chancellor-suzanne-fortier-will-step-down-end-august-2022-336061

93 PLUS UNMARKED GRAVES FOUND AT WILLIAMS LAKE BC https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/williams-lake-st-josephs-residential-school-1.6326467

RIO LAST OLYMPICS

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MNN. Aug. 15, 2016. This will be the last Olympics! No more pitting elite athletes from expensive elite sports that mostly corporate elites can afford. The Nazis invented the Olympic ritual, using the eagle as the main symbol. Sports are selected that enhance the image of the fascist way while the corporate matrix ravages and cripples the world. The military in Brazil is throwing the poor out of their homes to make way for the Olympic infrastructure. But the land and waters are left putrid and toxic.

US swimming team.

US swimming team in Rio waters. 

 

Rio Olympics is a disaster! US athletes are getting robbed at gunpoint. Algae and super bacteria infest the pools and venues. Athletes are suffering severe stomach infections. Some can’t compete. Most of the Russian athletes fortunately bowed out as the victims of politics ad power.

The IOC racketeers are finished! The people finally see the sham that is the Olympics. No more slick propaganda. No more pretending to ‘bring people together’. American “exceptionalism” is a farce!

The Brazllian people are probably not sad about this. They get the bills. The 1976 Montreal Olympics is not paid off yet and never will be. All wars are banker wars and all Olympics are banker’s Olympics. Fascism is in firm control of the Olympics. drink water

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The stands are empty in Rio because very few can afford the admission. And they can’t see the athletes through the green filthy water. This spectacle is a farce.

A new real Olympics should be created on the environmental sustainability model. The first game of tewaraton [lacrosse] was played between the four legged and the winged ones. It was to welcome man to the world through the game. Today a few promote themselves on the backs of the many.

Ancient game of life.

Ancient game of life.

 

The Olympics is the opium of the masses. As Roy Orbison sings about our love for the corporation being over: “It’s over! It’s over! It’s over! You won’t be seeing rainbows anymore. Your baby doesn’t love you anymore. Golden days before the end, whisper secrets to the wind. Your baby won’t be near you anymore.… we’re through, we’re through… setting suns before they fall echo to you, that’s all! That’s all!”

 

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Belgian contracts stomach inflammation.

US swimmers robbed at gunpoint. The robbers knew who had money and gold!

Champion Swimmers robbed.

Gloria Steinem of the CIA. Wow! We’ve been fooled!

Gloria Steinem interview.

http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-08-14/us-olympic-gold-medalist-ryan-lochte-held-gunpoint-rio-party

GLORIA STEINEM CIA http://12160.info/profiles/blogs/feminism-more-divide-and-conquer-bull-shit

Military force people out of homes for Olympics.

 

WE MARCH!

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MNN. Aug. 13, 2016. We are still here. Let’s keep marching for world peace. The kaia’nere:kowa, the great peace, is for everyone.

kanion'ke:haka [Mohawk] of tsionni'tiotiakon [Montreal].

kanion’ke:haka [Mohawk] of tsionni’tiotiakon [Montreal].

This video is on the opening march of the World Social Forum on our land, in the community of tsionni’tsiotiakon [Montreal] on August 9, 2016, lead by the onkwe’hon:weh, the natural people of great turtle island.

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rotino'shonni circle of the 49 families, representing the will of the people.

rotino’shonni circle of the 49 families, representing the will of the people.

Corporations to replace nations.

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WORLD SOCIAL FORUM MONTREAL

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MNN. Aug. 12, 2016. On August 9, 2016, the World Social Forum opened with a march lead by the onkwe’hon:weh.

mother earth's children lead the march of over 10,000 people in search of world peace.

mother earth’s children of great turtle island lead the march of 15,000 people to establish world peace. 

The land and funds of the rotino’shonni [Iroquois} were used to build McGill University of tsionii’tio’tiakon [Montreal]. The women seized it in 2015. The proposed new name is “kaia’nere:kowa University“, World Peace University.  [Read story and sign petition.]:

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The first World Social Forum happened in 1710 when the five chiefs were sent to London England to initiate world peace. We have a common enemy, the hierarchical banking system that is destroying our mother earth. It violates the original instruction to survive and co-exist with nature.

rotino'shonni:onwe chiefs on world social forum 1710.

rotino’shonni:onwe chiefs on world social forum 1710.

As Michael Jackson sings: “We are the world, we are the children. We are the ones who make a brighter day. So let’s start giving. There’s a choice we’re making. We’re saving our lives. It’s true we’ll make a better day, just you and me.” 

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Video on perceived American “exceptionalism”. Americans think they can kill anyone who doesn’t believe in their philosophy.

ESTABLISHMENT Calling For The ASSASSINATION Of Julian Assange…

Ontario Hydro sued for theft.

HITLER http://wakingtimesmedia.com/mainstream-admits-hitler-never-killed-allowed-escape-died-old-man/

 

URGENT: $1 BILLION NEEDED TO SAVE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER

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MNN. November 5th 2015. The kohtihon’tia:kwenio (women title holders) have launched a crowd funding campaign to raise $1 billion in 60 days. We want to permanently stop the dumping of toxic sewage, medical, industrial and pharmacutical waste into kaniatarowano’on:we. Mayor Coderre of MONTREAL says he needs $1 billion to stop throwing 8 billion litres of o’tah into our river. We need your help. The effects of this dump will impact all bodies of water connected to kaniatarowano’on:we (“St. Lawrence River), including the Great Lakes watershed, Finger Lakes region and all tributaries for untold generations. On this issue we are of one mind. The power is the people! We can stop the corporate practice of dumping into our river. CLICK HERE for the crowd funding campaign – every little bit helps! Please share in your networks and ask your friends, family and allies to make a modest donation. If we do not reach our goal of $1 billion in 60 days you will be refunded your contribution. Nia:wen kowa for your efforts and support.

Save the river for our children and rotikonso'tatie.

Save the river for our children and rotikonso’tatie.

Letter to the mayor: corderre

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onkwe’hon:weh refuse money for land in BC.

POLICE TERRORISM TARGETS ONGWE’HON:WEH WOMEN

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MNN. OCT. 24, 2015. In Val d’Or Quebec ongwe’hon:weh women reported being systemically raped and tortured by the psychotic Quebec Police. Lonnie Landrud of Quesnel BC witnessed police murdering a young ongwe’hon:weh woman and disposing of her body on the “Highway of Tears”. He became aware of 8 other women being murdered by this same cop. Landrud reported the details in this video to every police agency in the hierarchy right up to the Prime Minister and Governor General. Police tried to murder him. He was arrested, put in jail, his guns and his driver’s license were taken:

Watch all 7 parts to see a real horror story. The corporation of Canada is a police state. Their murder squad has a bounty out on our women because they are child bearers. It appears cops get paid to kill us. Who’s paying them and who’s covering it up? Landrud shows they are all in on it. It appears to be a major cornerstone of the business plan for the corporation of Canada. Thousands of our women are murdered and missing, The state refuses to investigate. Obviously we have no protection. Those trying to help us are threatened and will be done away with just like our women. boat people

It looks like Paul Martin, the last liberal prime minister, was behind the coverup. This story is being emailed to the new Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, asking him to launch a public inquiry with Lonnie Landrud as one of his prime witnesses. The public must push this issue. Don’t let Turudeau cover up this eugenics operation.

Everyone is welcome to stand with us at the fire vigil at the southern end of the Mercier Bridge in Kahnawake. Needed are wood, water, fruits, coffee. Please call these officials and raise your voices. “The power is the people. Not the money or the war. Lets raise our voices so they can hear us. let them roar!” Thahoketoteh “We are we, the people”.

Stop killing us.

CROWN, Stop murdering us.

As Talking Heads sing: “Psycho killer, qu’est-ce, que c’est fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa far better. Run run run run run run run run away. Ce que j’ai faite ce soir la. Ce qu’elle a dit ce soir la. Realisant mon espoir je me lance vers la gloire. We are vain and we are blind. I hate people when they’re not polite.” [Psycho Killer].

Mayor Denis Coderre, 514-872-0311 maire@ville.montreal.qc.ca; David Heurtel, Quebec Environment Minister, 418-521-3830 info@mddelcc.gouv.qc.ca; Hon. Leona Aglukkaq, Environment Canada, Leona.aglukkaq@parl.gc.ca 613-992-2848. SUZANNE FORTIER, McGill 514-849-4179 suzanne.fortier@mcgill.ca; Geoff Molson info@canadianclub-montreal.ca 514-398-0333. Surete du Quebec Police  514 598-4141, Quebec Government   514-598-4141

Quebec Police Systemic rape & murder of ongwe’hon:weh women.

2 min. video on school system.

QUEBEC POLICE TRADING MONEY DRUGS FOR RAPES

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KAHNAWAKE GALA

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MNN. Oct. 21, 2015. Press Conference at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, October 22. Everyone is welcome to stand together in solidarity at Tim Horton’s at the east end of the community of Kahnawake on Highway 138. The Family Compact & Chateau Clique own the banks that plan to get Montreal to start dumping 8 billion litres of raw sewage into the kaniatarowano:onwe on November 3, 2015. We must demand a permanent commitment to stop the war on creation. A few photos of the peaceful objections that have been launched are posted:

Save the river for our children and rotikonso'tatie.

Save the river for our children and rotikonso’tatie.

Let us try and put our minds together to find a solution that will be good for all our grandchildren.  Contact and give your opinion: Mayor Denis Coderre, 514-872-0311 maire@ville.montreal.qc.ca; David Heurtel, Quebec Environment Minister, 418-521-3830 info@mddelcc.gouv.qc.ca; Environment Canada, 1-800-668-6767; Prime Minister Justin Trudeau justine.trudeau@parl.gc.ca, 515-277-6020, 613-995-8872. SUZANNE FORTIER, McGill 514-849-4179 suzanne.fortier@mcgill.ca; Geoff Molson info@canadianclub-montreal.ca 514-398-0333 river waterfront

'water' fountain, City Hall Montreal.

‘water’ fountain, City Hall Montreal.

river shade

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CONTACT Facebook: “Protectors of the St. Lawrence. Time for change” https://www.facebook.com/The-Protectors-of-the-St-Lawrence-River-Time-For-Change-451363881709850/ and savetheriver@riseup.com.

David Byrne of Talking Heads could be singing this son directly to Mayor Coderre, “I don’t know why I love you like i do. All the changes you put me through. Take my money, my cigarettes, and i haven’t seen the worst of it yet. I want to know that you’ll tell me, I love to stay. Take me to the river, drop me in the water, dip me in the water. washing me down, washing me down”.

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Deskaheh’s last speech.

Keshe: free energy technology.

BROKEN MCGILL TATERI’WAKWEN’TAKON

 

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MNN. Sep. 18. 2015. McGill students paying fees to the Board of Governors or Academic Senate may be committing a crime. There is no denial that McGill University is illegally on rotino’sonni:onwe land in the center of tsionni’tiotake, aka Hoceraga, aka Montreal. The money to build it was borrowed in 1850 from Six Nations Trust Funds and never repaid. We ask the students to support an honest resolution to the matter.

The North American Indian version of In & Out trays

ongwe’hon:weh In & Out trays.

To date we are owed at least $1.005 trillion, not counting McGill, Osgoode Hall, the failed Grand River Nativigation and others … A Six Nations ongwe’hon:weh provides a short list. The Rotino’shonni:onwe [Iroquois Confederacy] comprises the Mohawk, Onondaga, Oneida, Cayuga, Seneca and Tuscarora Nations. The colonial government saw that the rotino’shonni:onwe was becoming a very wealthy powerhouse. They decided to declare us as incompetents and placed all of our rent monies into a trust. This is a partial list of the Crown’s handling of that trust as of March 2013:

In 1845, $14,717.00 was illegally taken and never paid back. With the government’s standard 6% compounded interest rate, it is worth $223 million today.

In 1846, $16,487.00 was embezzled by Canada which is now worth $223,957,349.93.

In 1846, $17,650.00 went to the city of Toronto, which is now worth $249,405,836.90.

Between 1836 and 1858, $59,600.00 in unauthorized withdrawals were taken and not returned which is now $707,115,842.36.

Between 1853 and 1857, $310,124.00 was taken to build Upper Canada which is now worth $2.4 billion.

And, in 1854, $133,600.00 was taken to build turnpikes, now worth $1,007,148,041.82.

McGill military plan.

McGill military plan.

This fund was earned by our own business initiatives and NOT money paid to Six Nations out of Canada or CROWN funds. There are many outstanding and separate land claims currently languishing in the CROWN portfolio.

This outstanding debt must be repaid to the Six Nations Trust Fund, along with the infra-structures that we invested in. We are capable of managing our funds and resources.

The kohtihon’tia:kwenni are in the process of setting up a meeting with the appropriate people at McGill. We are waiting for a proper reply in a reasonable time. We appreciate their offer of meeting with Andre Domocoupolis, Dean of Students, who is of insufficient level for such an important decision-making issue.twilight zone

As McGill graduate, Leonard Cohen, wrote: “Everybody knows that the dice are loaded. Everybody rolls with their fingers crossed. Everybody knows the war is over. Everybody knows the good guys lost. Everybody knows the fight was fixed. The poor stay poor, the rich get rich. That’s how it goes. Everybody knows.”

socialist project.

Queenie, largest landowner!

Steven Newcomb: Pagans in the Promised Land.

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