This ‘imaginary line’ to exploit the people is made out of thin air. It exists only by foreign legislation and is not natural. Birds, deer, indigenous people don’t need statutes to move about on their land. 500 years ago indigenous people were naturally free to travel ocean to ocean, pole to pole. We are stopped, penalized, imprisoned and forced to live on small POW camps called “reservations” overseen and enforced by the “weaponized peacekeepers.”
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MNN. Apr. 19, 2022. By Thahoketoteh, MNN Correspondent. The solution to this war insanity is the kaianerekowa, the great peace. The indigenous have been continually offering it to the world. This works because it is based on nature. Until the women of the world take their proper place in the concensual decision making process, there will be no peace. This war between Ukraine and Russia was not called by the women, the mothers of the men and boys who are dying on all sides. According to the kaianerekowa, the mothers decide if there shall be a war. A true war is always about the protection of the land and the people.
What is the American Empire? It is the “empire of the city” ruled by the Vatican, the City of London and Washington DC. owned and controlled by the bankers. It is an illusion of empire based on an artificial private corporation. They create chaos and mayhem, based on a private corporation called the Crown.
Factually all land and assets in the western hemisphere belong to the indigenous people since time immemorial and to infinity. The Western Roman empire is occupying unceded indigenous land from ocean to ocean and pole to pole, without the permission of the caretakers of the land, the indigenous people.
Presently two nuclear armed camps with the ability for nuclear disaster are threatening the world. The women of the world are the true titleholders of the earth. In the 1960s when Russia tried to put weapons in Cuba, the US put an embargo around Cuba and went on full military alert to invade Cuba. It was called off.
The indigenous never surrendered any of the land that creation placed them upon. It is owned by the future generations. To get control of turtle island, on October 25, 1924, the Indian Lands Acts was passed ,and the natural original people were placed in Prisoner of War camps called ‘indian’ reservations.
The kahnistensera women as well as tghe other women of the world have the duty to protect mother earth and all life as they are the life bringers. The longest military occupation in the history of the world has been on turtle island, to create nation states under one world government. The women of the world are allied together to save the earth.
When Putin announced that the Russians were going into Ukraine, they did not want to own or occupy it. They are attempting to cleanse the land of the neo-nazi mentality.
Turtle island is self sufficient as everything the indigenous need is here, which makes them 100% sovereign. The indigenous want to cleanse this land of its invaders who have been devastating turtle island for 500 years.
Europeans putting their flags on turtle island does not mean they own it. They are trespassers who invaded, stole and divided indigenous land.
Recently the U.S. and Canadian band and tribal council puppets met with American and Canadian authorities in Ottawa to discuss the Canada/US border. The Jay Treaty 1794 is between the US colonies and Britain to end their colonial war. No one can circumvent the kaianerekow, great peace. Article 2 acknowledges the indigenous people as independent with the inherent right to cross and re-cross the ‘imaginary’ border that was artificially put across turtle island. This applies to all of turtle island, north and south.
The band and tribal councils work for the invaders. Indigenous law does not recognize the laws of the invaders nor their indian “traitors” who are slaves on the invader’s ship. They are all ‘squatters’ if they don’t follow or recognize the kaianerekowa. The band and tribal councils are sell-outs of the great peace which makes them guilty of treason.
What they have done together to the indigenous people and mother earth is atrocious. Those ‘indians’ went to Rome and kissed the ring of the Pope to show their subservience to him. He said, “Sorry” but not “please forgive me”, the same for the Canadian and American criminals. They do not speak on our behalf on anything.
No one is being held accountable for the biggest holocaust in all humanity. The indigenous want to bring this issue before a proper world format.
There are several scenarios. onowarekeh is one entity. First, US, Canada and Mexico will again become onowarekeh, the basis of mother earth. The indigenous recognize themselves as one people. Second, Indian Affairs is desperate because they realize their end is coming soon. From the 14th floor in Hull the generals are issuing thousands of new Indian Status Cards to non native people to influence the vote that none of the traditional people ever take part in, in the 51% hierarchical elections. So there is always conflict. the indigenous do not vote because they are not part of them and they are not part of the indigenous.
Nature will protect the indigenous people who are part of all creation on turtle island. The recent secret meeting in Ottawa on the Jay Treaty has been kept secret. The government has never been transparent to anyone.
Is Eric Clapton asking for the impossible? Tell the truth.
Tell me who’s been fooling you? Tell the truth. Who’s been fooling who? There you sit there, looking so cool While the whole show is passing you by.
You better come to terms with your fellow men soon, cause The whole world is shaking now. Can’t you feel it? A new dawn is breaking now. Can’t you see it?
WHAT’S TO COME: SEE ‘BABAKIUERIA’ [BARBECUE AREA] 1986, ON RELATIONS AROUND ROLE REVERSAL WHEN ABORIGINALS INVADE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqcFg4z6EYY
MNN. Jan. 28, 2009. The repossession of Haudenosaunee land is an on-going process. In the 1920s we repossessed “Tiokwaroton”, a six mile square area in the Laurentian Mountains north of Montreal. In 1957 we settled in the Mohawk Valley near Fonda New York where “Kahnawake” had existed long ago. We left when NYS started objecting to our presence because we knew our land issue with the colony did not belong in the colonial court system.
In 1974 the Mohawks of Kahnawake near Montreal were being squeezed on our land by the influx of many non-Ongwehonwe. They were coming in to illegally live in cheap housing which some of our people were renting to them. The people became alarmed at the high numbers that were arriving. They were beginning to crowd us out and trying to control us.
The traditional Longhouse people were asked to help evict these people. Eviction notices were handed out to the illegal tenants. The colonial “band council” supported by the Canadian government and the illegal tenants objected to the move. Canada and the band council sent in Quebec Police to instigate violence and divisions. Resistance ensued. The non-Ongwehonwe left. They knew they did not belong here.
Canada respected the Longhouse people who knew that Kahnawake is on Rotino’shonni:onwe, Iroquois Confederacy, territory under Kaianerehkowa, the constitution of the Iroquois Confederacy. It was never surrendered and never a “reserve”. After the evictions the Minister of Indian Affairs Jean Chretien secretly proclaimed Kahnawake as a “reserve” without consultation, referendum or consent of the people. This violated international law. No state is allowed to absorb another without the free and informed consent of its people. The band council went along with it. In 1979 the people overwhelmingly voted to live according to the traditional form of governance.
The traditional people decided not to fight our own people. Some moved to another part of our Territory at Moss Lake in upper New York State. On May 13 1974 they resettled in a community called “Ganiengeh”. It was a Warrior’s Project which was sanctioned by all of the Confederacy.
Shortly thereafter the Grand Council of the Rotino’shonni:onwe, Iroquois Confederacy, set up the “Land Rights Committee”. They passed a resolution for our people to find ways to get our lands back by “all means”. According to the Kaianerehkowa, the Great Law of Peace, everybody and every nation had a duty to protect our lands. The Confederacy wanted strong advocates in the movement. Some of the appointees to the committee were writer, artist and historian, Louis Karonhiaktajeh Hall, Mad Bear Anderson, Beeman Logan and others. The movement gained support from other nations across Turtle Island and international support from Germany, Australia, England, France, Netherlands and African nations. The World Council of Churches gave strong support.
One of our communities, Akwesasne, was usurped, piece-by-piece, until only a tiny portion remained as lands “reserved” for the Mohawks.
In 1763 the King of England issued a “Royal Proclamation” to forbid English colonies and British subjects from taking over any “Indian Lands” without a treaty with the King. The Confederacy knew this Proclamation was only for the colonists and their monarch. We could make agreements with anybody we wanted. They could not. According to the U.S. Constitution only the President could deal with us. This arrangement still remains.
These proclamations and agreements between the European entities were used to steal and disperse Ongwehonwe wealth. The Revolutionary War created the “imaginary line” known as the U.S./Canada border that split Akwesasne. The northern portion was supposedly protected by the King. The southern portion was supposedly protected by the U. S. Constitution. The Jay Treaty of 1794 was a trade agreement between the colonies. We were not part of it. That line does not affect us.
The Europeans asked the Kanionkehaka of Akwesasne to let them use some of our lands for temporary settlement. At the time, Akwesasne extended eastward to Lake Champlain in Vermont, and toward Watertown to the west. It ran from the St. Lawrence River well into the Adirondack Mountains to the south. In the center of Akwesasne is a one mile square piece which was leased by New York State. It contains the town of Hogansburg. This is where the Racquette River and the St. Regis River flow into the St. Lawrence River. Today the principal east-west highway 37 runs through the middle, intersecting with the principal road to St. Regis Village.
In 1817 Michael Hogan, a wealthy former Irish ship captain, a member of the NYS Assembly, later a judge and Member of Congress in 1830, leased our land and water at Hogansburg. NYS named the town after him. It wasn’t made with the people of Akwesasne, the Mohawk Nation or the Confederacy. The two “indentures of lease” of October 20 and 23 were sanctioned and confirmed by the NYS Legislature, who had no authority to do this. Hogan was to pay an annual rent of $305 to the Mohawk. It could be renewed upon the same terms.
In 1824 NYS stated that the Mohawks had sold Hogansburg to them for $1, with an annual payment of $305 “in perpetuity”. William Hogan then magically acquired the deed from NYS. When the lease was finished, the Mohawks refused to renew it. Instead of returning the land to the owners, New York State started to illegally sell it off to non-Ongwehonwe. A few buyers tried to cash in by reselling it to outsider developers for millions of dollars.
The Mohawk people decided to repossess our land. This was done. No one opposed this. It is now being resettled by the Mohawk People, who are determined to ensure their children, grandchildren and future generations have sufficient land to raise their families.
Illegal leases issued by colonial governments is an ongoing problem that requires constant vigilance. The land was validly repossessed because there was no agreement allowing the state to squat on our land. The lands belong to the nation, not to individuals. The situation here is not very different in all parts of Turtle Island. That’s why the settler society refuses to study documented history.
MNN Mohawk Nation News www.mohawknationnews.com ka********@ya***.com ka***********@ya***.com Kanionkehaka Kaianerehkowa Kanonhsesne, Jan. 21, 2009. 514-269-1400.
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