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MNN. Jan. 14, 2019. We shall soon return to the state we were in before the Europeans arrived on great turtle island, to a sustainable world with acknowledgment and respect for all life with our relations on our mother earth.
In Kamloops BC the invading immigrant, Prime Minister Trudeau, admitted that, “We have a long history that is terrible.” All original life on turtle island will live by the kaianerekowa and teiohateh, based upon the power of our minds. The illegal Corporation known as Canada shall no longer exist, Indian Act, band councils, the Indian Lands Acts of 1924, all colonial courts on turtle island, fiat currency, the POW camps called “reserves”, residential schools, christianity, treaties, immigration laws and immigrants, the entire horse shit called the Canadian constitution which has never been ratified by the Canadian people who presume to stand above us, all crown deeds from the beginning, everything that is connected to the colony of Canada in any way, however slight, are null and void.
Prime Minister Trudeau at Kamloops on January 9, 2019 he pled guilty to all of Canada’s crimes against all life on turtle island. He will be held accountable for his words. When they do not follow the kaianerekowa and teiohate they are to leave turtle island forthwith. We natives can now carry out our duties and responsibilities as determined by creation. Justin Trudeau has no self-determination to give to anyone. He admits that Canada violated kaianerekowa and teiohate.
lTrudeau wants 1 million new immigrants to come to Canada. Every immigrant must pass a test administered by the true natural natives. We will decide who comes and who goes onto our territories. Those who don’t know the kaianerekowa and teiohateh and pledge to this personally cannot remain here. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the following comments at the Town Hall meeting at Kamloops, British Columbia, on January 9, 2019: At 45:43 to -51:29 remaining.
Prime Minister: “You in the striped scarf, yes”.
Question: “Hello, my name is Tilly. I come from the Stl’atl’lmx Nation, and I come here with my prayers and I come here with my ancestors, and today I want to ask you, what are you going to do to stop oppressing and holding our people under your colonization? When are you going to give us our rights back? When are you going to start giving a shit about who we are and not seen just for our land?”
Answer by Prime Minister: “Thank you for your question, Tilly. Canada has a long and terrible history in regards to indigenous peoples. We have consistently failed as a country to live up to the original word and intent of the treaties. We have not treated indigenous peoples as partners and stewards of this land. We have marginalized – behaved in paternalistic colonialistic ways that has lacked respect for the first peoples as the stewards of the land. We have much to apologize for and much to work forward on together in respect. [There’s the guilty plea].
“Okay. So yesterday afternoon I had the opportunity of sitting down in Ottawa with the leaders of self- governing and modern treaty first nations. Nations that had made their way out from under the colonial relic that is the Indian Act. [Those “leaders” are paid Canadian Indian Act band people that speak for Canada and cannot speak for the original people of turtle island. Legitimate decisions must be made by every native on great turtle island.] And we are working with them on full self-government and we are working with them to be able to make their own determinations about their land, how they care for their people, how they serve their people, how they move forward in responsible ways that are their choices. And that is why we are working on two levels on this issue. . . . [He’s talking to himself as they are his paid Canadian underlings. Their plans are to balkanize the western native people by creating unending conflict between us].
[response from audience) Prime Minister says: “I appreciate that. I am trying to answer your her question, am I allowed to answer her question M’am? Thank you.] . . . . So, Tilly, the two streams we are working on: 1. Indigenous services, and 2. Indigenous relationships. On relationships, we know we have to get out from under this Indian Act. [We will go back to before October 25, 1924 when we controlled all the land. We’ll start there.] We need to move to a place where you are in control of your communities, control of your territories, control of your future, control of your children once again, control of your destinies that has been through generations and centuries in Canada taken away from you. [He admits the crime and will do the time!]
And that is the work of, it took decades and centuries to break this relationship. It will take time to improve it, but we are making significant progress right now in self-governance, in new relationships, in support that is moving in the right direction. [The genocide can stop immediately when the women take their place as the kanistensera among our people protected by the men.] On the other side of things, there is a question of services. There is still far too many indigenous communities in this country that are existing under boil water advisories, that are not going, not having schools to go to, not getting parity in terms of the money we invest in young people in non-indigenous communities versus indigenous communities. . . .” [lHe asdmits Canada committed all these crimes].
Stopping the genocide and theft or our land and resources will be in an instant when you get off our backs.
Corporate Canada’s new deal is to turn our communities into municipalities and make the original natural people placed here by creation into corporate tax paying serfs for the scavenging corporation of Canada. The new proposed deal called the “Framework Agreement” is presently on the floor of the House of Commons. They have no intention of honoring the teiohateh, the kanianerekowa, or the Great Peace of Montreal 1701.
[Statement from Tilly]: ”. . . . everything you benefit from our oppression and our suffering. You are afraid to lose your comfort”.
Prime Minister: “No I am not, Tilly. I am ready to walk in partnership with you in building the future. And that is what we have been doing over the past 3 years in renewing this relationship. . . . [indecipherable response from Tilly] . . . . I can understand your impatience. . . .”
The new relationship is to put in the pipelines and rape and pillage our mother.
[Statement from Tilly]: . . . Why are they in our face. Why are you not putting those officers up to protect us? You are protecting a dirty pipeline. It is not honourable. . . . “ (indecipherable) [The RCMP arrested the wetsuweten people, not the pipeline lawbreakers and trespassers, not far from the Highway of Tears].
Prime Minister: “I understand the anger and passion that you have around this issue of protecting your land, absolutely to be heard. I respect that and I understand that. [The court judgment of Coastal GasLink Pipelines v. Huson says that we were not heard]. I also know that there are a number of indigenous leaders who have worked with and supported that pipeline project . . . .”
Indian Act band councils and national “Indian” organizations are on 51% majority corporate election rules. A handful of Indians vote and falsely speak for us.
[Tilly: “those are sellouts”] . . . .
Prime Minister; “Now the question is, it is not for the federal government to decide who speaks for you. That’s not my job. My job is to try and work with everyone, work with all of you to make sure that you are taking back control of your land, your future, your people, your destiny. And that partnership is what we are working on. And it’s difficult. And it is difficult”.
These are the words of the leader of a convicted felon known as Canada. The BC government provided permits to cull the wolves who are the natural guardians of the forest for the security of the pipeline workers.
[Statement from Tilly]: . . . . “You are not allowed to stand there and say this person gets to be the leader and talk on behalf of this nation . . . . You are going about it the wrong way. You actually come upon these lands and respect us. . . .”
Prime Minister: “Okay. Thank you very much. Thank you very much for your questions. Thank you for sharing that. I understand your passion and your anger. I acknowledge it and I say to you that we will work together to resolve these issues. If there was – I can understand your impatience. I can understand your frustration. But at the same time I do want to talk about the indigenous – okay . . . . I am listening”.
This is his version of fuddle duddle,.
[throughout indecipherable comments from Tilly]
Tilly: . . . .”I demand it on behalf of all my people. I want an ???. . . . I don’t want to see your crocodile tears. I don’t want to see you apologizing, I don’t want to hear you say sorry. I want to see that you are sorry. And I want you to start making better choices on behalf of everybody living on this land. That means those that don’t have a voice. I am talking on behalf of all the fish that are going through the stream and all the life that depends on the fish that go up that stream. I’m talking about entire systems that you want to break down and see as a little piece and that is not the way it works. You guys need to start understanding, we are living in a collective world, not a singularity, we live in a very safe connected world and you guys are breaking, you guys are … You guys are breaking so many laws, you have no idea what natural law is.”
[Other comments from Tilly and others in audience.]
Prime Minister: “Okay. Okay. Tilly, I thank you for what you have said. I listened to what you have said. I would respectfully submit that perhaps you haven’t been listening to what I am saying. Okay. You haven’t . . . Tilly. We are working . . . Tilly, I am going to have to ask you . . . . please, we need to be respectful to everyone that came out tonight to engage in this conversation. That is not true. They have actually just removed the barricade. They did that this afternoon. That was a sign of respect right there. [!!!] They’ve removed the barricade. This is how this is supposed to work. Now, I think we are going to take a step back here. I’m going to take a step back here. [Force and intimidation. ]
It was an act of belligerence, criminality, defiance. You plead guilty. We challenge you to meet us at the International Court of Justice at The Hague so we can place on the record that Canada was and is null and void from the beginning. Canada has no standing anywhere on turtle island. The corporation of Canada will soon be out of business!
Prime Minister: “100 years ago, when the railroads were laid down. Nobody checked with indigenous peoples. Nobody checked with the people who had lived here for millennia, whether or not we could throw a railroad down in a given place. That is not the way we need to do things any more. That is not how we will continue to do things any more. We need to figure out a new and better way to do things. A way that is based on respect and dialogue and engagement. And that is exactly what we are working on. And there is going to be turbulence along the way which we are seeing. But we are also going to work very, very hard to get to a place of respect and trust as we do listen, as we do figure out what the best way forward according for you and your communities. So thank you very much for your question and your bringing this forward tonight. I very much appreciate your words. Thank you. I will take another question. . . .
See the militarized attack at the westuweten check point. Remember October 25, 1924 when Canada unlawfully enacted all of the Indian Land Acts that stole our land, gave our resources to the provinces, created the POW camps called “reserves”, the residential school killing machines, blood quantum, kidnapping our children known as the “60s scoop”, and other acts of genocide.
As the prophet, Jimi Hendrix, says:”Well, I asked my friend, wheres that black smoke coming from? He just coughed and changed the subject, and said, Oh I think it might snow some. So I left him sipping his tea, sisters and brothers, daddies, mothers stand around crying. When I reached the scene, the flames were making a ghostly whine. So I stood on my horses back and I screamed without a crack, Oh, baby, why you burn your brother’s house down?”
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