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MNN. JULY 3, 2017. When Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau appointed Jean Chretien as Minister of Indian Affairs in 1969, the department came under the control of real estate tycoons and banks. They were setting up an INDIAN land grab.
WE HEARD TRUMP & TRUDEAU, ARE SELLING OUR MOTHER.
Our land is not theirs to sell. Stolen property is being sold to pay off their debt. In 1969 Indians Affairs was being dismantled, our land grabbed and sold. The scheme was modeled on the US Termination Policy, which was eliminated by Lyndon Johnson and President Nixon because it violated “treaty” obligations. Read Nixon’s speech [http://todayinclh.com/?event=native-american-tribal-termination-is-wrong-president-nixon]
Aggressive corporate entities are grabbing our land. To consummate their theft they have to eliminate the natural tie between us and our land since time immemorial through illegal means.
THE UN SAYS THE TROUGH IS BIGGER WHEN THERE’S LESS PEOPLE IN THE WORLD, JUSTIN!
In his oval office Trump announced he is relinquishing all our title to sell to the highest bidder. Tribal chiefs and CEOs sat behind him to sanction this theft. Trump falsely claimed that tribal sovereignty does not exist because the American taxpayers support the INDIANS.
In 1969 There was a small group within native communities got set up in prominent positions across Canada. In 1970 the National Indian Brotherhood was incorporated. They had helped set up an Indian Land Claims Commission with very aggressive lawyers to become real estate agents who would sell off “INDIAN” land. Many of the go-betweens are alive today. They still work closely with the Jesuits, clerics and Indian agents who control our communities. All land in Canada is ours and registered at Indian Affairs in Hull Quebec
In 1969 Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau proposed draft legislation notoriously called the “white paper” to remove protection of INDIAN lands across Canada so they could be put on the open market.
The white paper was blocked by Cree, Harold Cardinal, who rallied the chiefs to successfully stop this fraud. The conspirators continued to organize our removal from and protections to our lands.
According to kaia-nere-kowa, the great peace, our interest can never be removed. ono-ware-keh, turtle island, is our birthright.
The federal government on behalf of the Crown has a fiduciary responsibility to protect these lands. The protection was to be removed by using these bodies they incorporated in the 1960s and 1970s. These looked like native organizations but were actually real estate companies.
Today most of the reserves on great turtle island are privately incorporated municipal bodies.
The Indian Advancement Act was enacted in October of 1924 to create the Prisoner of War camps of today. According to the Royal Proclamation of 1763, the land could never be owned by non INDIANS or non INDIAN corporations. So the original names of these native land holdings were changed. Kahnawake was originally called the “Iroquois of Caughnawaga”. Akwesasne was called the “Iroquois of St. Regis”. The new title deeds were put in the name of a member of the community who could then sign away the land to non INDIAN entities.
TRUMP’S NODDING ‘INDIAN’ QUISLING DOLLS.
Later Caughnawaga was changed to “Mohawks of Kahnawake Inc.”, a corporate body. Akwesasne was changed to “Mohawk Council of Akwessasne Inc.”.
HDI Haudenausaunee Development Institute Inc. at Six Nations was recently privately incorporated to be real estate agents there.
Governments around the world have been told they can now buy up INDIAN lands in Canada because the land no longer belongs to the natives but to these private corporations.
A few years ago the Chinese came to St. Regis and said they had purchased the islands in the St. Lawrence river, sold to them by the corporate body that now “owns” the land. The people were unaware, organized themselves and protested to temporarily nullify the transaction.
Canada is presently giving away disputed lands such as the harbour in Cornwall though the Mohawks of Akwesasne Inc. who illegally claim that land. A deal was secretly made between Transport Canada, the city of Cornwall and the Corporation of the Mohawk Council of Akwesasne Inc.
The Iroquois of St. Regis say they never surrendered that land. The procedure the Crown established in the Royal Proclamation was violated. All land surrenders have to be done publicly with all members of the nation. Everyone with a vested interest must be there, understand and give consent. Otherwise the transaction is a nullity.
US PREZ: “HAVE I GOT A DEAL FOR YOU!”
In disputed land claims, the true owners are sidestepped by these new corporations that sell off our land to these foreign governments and entities.
All our lands on great turtle island are or have been incorporated to a member so they can make direct real estate deals with foreigners.
JUSTIN: “HEY, I PROMISED I WOULD SETTLE THE INJUN QUESTION ONCE AND FOR ALL”.
North America is being sold to the highest bidder worldwide by illegally removing the lien that we the true natural original people have on all of great turtle island.
The US president and Canadian Prime Minister are working together to become top real estate agents to fraudulently sell off all our land to the highest bidders.
Buffy Sainte Marie sings about our power to fight evil: “No time for backhanded compliments. From television anchor men desperate for an incident. Real estate assassins exploiting our predicament. Everything depends upon it being in their interests” [Power in the blood].
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http://indigenousfoundations.arts.ubc.ca/the_white_paper_1969/ WHITE PAPER 1969
http://indigenousfoundations.arts.ubc.ca/the_white_paper_1969/ BARBER CLAIMS COMMISSION 1969
https://mohawknationnews.com/blog/tag/st-regis-mohawk-tribe-inc/ MOHAWK NATION NEWS ON ST. REGIS, CORNWALL AND TRANSPORT CANADA ISSUE
NATIONAL INDIAN BROTHER/AFN 1970 https://www.ictinc.ca/blog/history-of-assembly-of-first-nations