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MNN. JAN. 12, 2019. We received a copy of the injunction. Coastal GasLink Pipeline Ltd. V. Huson, 2018 BCSC 2343. Hon. Madam Justice Church. Temporary injunction subject to a full hearing in May 2019.  

Freda Huson and Warner Naziel are wetsuweten people. Huson is a Band councillor and at the same time spokesperson for the unistoten opponents to the injunction application. She is a paid agent of the Canadian government pursuant to the Indian Act. Her band council agreed to the injunction. The people did not. She represents both sides of the conflict. Their lawyer swears allegiance to the Bar.  


Coastal GasLink is a BC company and wholly owned subsidiary of Trans-Canada Pipelines. It has obtained colonial permits to build 670 kilometres of pipeline across unceded wetsuweten land. 

Trudeau said at that town hall meeting in Kamloops that the indigenous people were consulted, referring to his Indian Act band council. The original people of turtle island were not consulted. Trudeau said he has to adhere to the reconciliation that he has promised for all the past wrongs of his government. Before anything is done they must be fully, meaningfully and informed in order to give their consent or not. He insists the Indian Act band council speaks for us. They’ve been illegally set up on October 25, 1924 under the Indian Lands Acts when we were held in POW camps called “reserves”. We never agreed to this and never ceded any of our land or resources. 


Listen to Trudeau at ‘negative 51:30’  –  

The band council speaks for him. The kaianerekowa and teiohateh are the only basis of our sovereignty throughout turtle island. 

The Supreme Court of British Columbia preliminary injunction/judgment is rigged. There will be a hearing no later than May 2019. 

Section 20 states: “It is not disputed that the plaintiff Coastal GasLkink Pipeline did not consult with the true original Unist’ot’en, as they were not identified in the Environmental Assessment Office’s Section 11 Order for the project as an indigenous group to consult regarding the pipeline project. The plaintiff’s position is that the Unist’ot’en is not a governing Wet’suwet’en body”. 


Section 18 states: “Coastal GasLink has entered into various Community and Benefit agreements with all 20 elected Indian Act bands along the pipeline route, including the five Wet’suwet’en Bands under the Indian Act. Most of the benefits under those agreements are subject to commencement of the construction and the project going into service”. They are consulting themselves as they are set up under Canadian Parliamentary law and are paid agents of the government of Canada.

The Environment Review Commission is B.C. government run, set up by Canada and provides the list of those band councils and corporate institutions to be consulted. Canada consults itself. 

onkwehonweh sovereigns of turtle island were not consulted and have a right to say no.

The 20 Indian Act band councils that signed on can only sign for Canada. The original people of those communities and elsewhere on turtle island have not been consulted. 

Frank Zappa calls the pipieline negotiations what they are: “He reached in the pocket of his mystery robe, and he whipped out a shaving kit. Now I thought it was a razor and a can of foaming gew. But he told me right then when the top popped open there was nothing his box can’t do. With the oil of Aphrodite and the dust of the grand whazoo, he said “You might not believe this, little fella, but it’ll cure your asthma too. And I said, “Look here brother, who you jiving with that cosmic debris. Look here brother, don’t you waste your time on me.” Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec,Canada] J0L 1B0. Nia:wen. See MNN Home Page.