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MNN. DEC. 1, 2018. Ten years ago the kanionkehaka/Mohawks of tyendinaga/kentekeh were attacked by the Ontario Provincial Police for standing on a country road. They were mauled and arrested.
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The Mohawks want to peacefully occupy their own land. All our borders have always been the rivers. The original kentekeh land is from the north where the rivers start and south to deep water which is Lake Ontario. In the Indian Lands Act of October 25, 1924 all native lands were expropriated by the colony called Canada. The RCMP came into our longhouses, guns drawn, deposed our chiefs, shot some of them and installed their band councils. The provinces stole our lands to control extraction of our resources. It was year one of Duncan Campbell Scott’s 100-year plan to be rid of “the Indian problem”. The settlers quickly arrived to occupy the stolen land. This was in response to Chief Levy General’s visit to Geneva to apply for the Iroquois admittance into the League of Nations. Canada and all other colonial states did not qualify.
All kanionkehaka/Mohawk farms were expropriated on that day. Many natives refused to be jailed into the prisoner of war camp called “reserves”, so they were disenfranchised. Our families were scattered to the wind. Now our families are coming home.
Over 10,000 Mohawks are returning to their ancestral homeland. Indian affairs has kept records of every one as part of their military occupation since 1924, which continues to this day. We never gave up our birthright.
The rotino’shonni, Iroquois, have always been here. Canada’s claims policy is to never give back land. only money for the stolen property. They will never respect our rightful jurisdiction over our land.
LISTEN TO TRUDEAU’S OATH TO THE QUEEN:
Trudeau took an oath to the Queen of England, her heirs and successors forever’ to abide by the wishes of the Privy Council, who are the board of directors of the corporation called Canada. He did not make an oath to the people of Canada, or to the land called Canada, or to any constitution. The Governor General is the CEO chief executive officer of the Corporation of Canada. The Prime Minister is the President, the Leader of the Opposition is the Vice President, and the Finance Minister is the Secretary of the Treasury. Their main job is to continue the illusion of freedom to the people while providing ever growing dividends for the CROWN shareholders. The Queen is a shareholder of the CROWN and walks behind the Mayor of the City of London when she enters that domain, who are the majority shareholders of the company called “Canada”.
We hope Amnesty international takes this information to the Prosecutor of the World Court in The Hague.
The settlers, OPP, RCMP, Canada, Ontario and the enforcers of the other provinces have no right to come onto any land of the Mohawks at kentekeh. No one has been punished for their crime in 2008. It’s coming.
Amnesty International calling for independent investigation of police conduct at 2008 Mohawk blockade
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