THE POPE *** IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE Audio

 

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Kanien’kehà:ka Kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers) demand that the Pope must leave our land and take the cross and all of the symbols of their atrocities with him. Indigenous people see it as how the Jewish people see the swastika. McGill must stop bulldozing alleged unmarked graves before any investigation.

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“The pope must leave and take the cross with him”, demand the Kanien’kehà:ka Kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers), who are carrying out their duties under the direction of the great peace kaianerekowa, and to stop the unmarked graves from being bulldozed by McGill University, which is now in Quebec’s Superior Court. They are trying to desecrate a crime scene, which violates their own law.

Tiohtiàke/Montreal, July 28, 2022. The Kanien’kehà:ka Kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers) joined by their 50+ supporters had a rally and press conference to share updates on their attempt to stop McGill University from conducting excavation work on the grounds of the Royal Victoria Hospital, regardless of allegations of unmarked graves of Indigenous children. The rally and the press conference took place yesterday at the Mordecai Richler Gazebo at the foot of the unceded kanien’kehà:ka homeland of tekanontak (Mount-Royal), which all parties concede is all indigenous land as caretakers for future people.

On July 26th, 2022, a case management conference at the Quebec Superior Court in Montreal confirmed that McGill University intends to start building its “New Vic” campus in October 2022, in an area adjacent to McGill’s psychiatry department, the Allan Memorial Institute, where infamous CIA-funded Mk-Ultra “mind control” experiments were conducted in the 1950s and 1960s. The kahnistensera fear that forensic evidence of criminal research activities will be destroyed if the land is excavated before a thorough investigation is made to their satisfaction. The Superior Court will hear the kahnistensera’s demand for an interlocutory injunction against the construction project on October 26th 2022.

Meanwhile, the Société québécoise des infrastructures (the alleged owner of the Allan Memorial Institute), McGill University, the government of Canada and the City of Montreal are encouraging the desecration of the unmarked Indigenous graves situated on the former Royal Victoria Hospital and Allan Memorial sites, unceded land traditionally known as tekanontak, “two mountains” (Mount Royal). McGill University is being permitted to go forth with their $700 million “New Vic” project in the guise of furthering public policy and sustainability research.

Out of “common decency”, the kahnistensera ask a commitment from McGill university to not desecrate the bodies of their ancestors and children before the truth is known about the medical crimes committed on those lands. Instead, they demand McGill to provide access to archives so that proof of the graves can be ascertained. Furthermore, it is unceded Indigenous territory and its stewardship should remain in Indigenous hands. All permits for any construction can only be provided by the kanionkehaka, the rightful owners of the land.

The kahnistensera, as Mohawk women traditionally vested with the responsibility of caretaking the land, also denounced the visit of Pope Francis to Turtle Island. “He did not apply for permission from the true indigenous people to enter turtle island. He is not welcome and not wanted. He is just another trespasser,” said the kahnistensera. The legacy of the Catholic church on turtle Island is indisputably tied up in the genocide of Indigenous Peoples through residential schools and other oppressive and assimilationist practices evidenced in the thousands of unmarked graves discovered across the country to date. Millions more expected to be found. Canada hired the churches to carry out the genocide.

According to the Mothers, confronting the reality of these unspeakable crimes involves more than just words —it requires tangible action, particularly the dismantlement of the colonial oppressive apparatus called “Canada”. Apologies are unacceptable. Real action starts by “canceling the ‘doctrine of discovery’. No one can discover something that was not lost! [Mad Bear Anderson]. This is the only argument they use to justify their genocide”, said kahentinetha at the Rally and press conference. This goes for all of the indigenous people of the Western Hemisphere. There is no statute of limitation on such crimes against humanity. 

Real action means taking accountability for what has been done which can never be rectified by “giving back” something they never owned. The churches and Canada still exist and are responsible for their crimes. This stands in stark contrast to the Pope’s slap in the face to all indigenous people, such as “prayers’, phoney apologies, empty promises and continuing genocide. These cannot heal or help the countless lives taken and harmed by the Catholic church and other evil denominations. “The Pope doesn’t have any business coming over here. And all of these people, that were involved in the biggest genocide/holocaust in world history, are walking around free as a bird and being glorified by the state, the politicians the banks” and the sheep, emphasized kahentinetha. They should join in finding these graves. “The cross must come down” was one of the main demands of the kanien’kehà:ka kahnistensera, referring to the 31 meters tall cross on top of Mount Royal. “It’s a symbol of murder, rape, violence, oppression and abuse of genocide power”, said karakwiné, one of the Mohawk Mothers, as she felt the pain of so many of her ancestors. The cross as a symbol of human cruelty was also highlighted by the Duplessis Orphans who were present and recounted the stories of sexual abuse and oppression they experienced at the hands of the priests.

This demonstrated an alliance between peoples who suffered inhuman and cruel treatment under the stewardship of the church. “The cross is a symbol of power that was used to abuse children”, said Hervé Bertrand of the Duplessis Orphans. The kahnistensera invite all people in solidarity with the cause to help them prevent the desecration of the graves of Indigenous children and ancestors before their next hearing, on October 26th. -30- Contact: kahnistensera@riseup.net 514-825-4001 Source: mohawknationnews.com [1] Milton Parc Citizens Committee (statement [2]) Links: —— [1] http://mohawknationnews.com [2] https://docs.google.com/document/d/10j4ndAOUACOcSPE3Ozh87hBW5QuC7rtAwGflBsIgZ78/edit

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THE GODFATHER IS COMING Audio

 

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MNN. July 24, 2022. WE DON’T NEED HIS UNHOLY PRESENCE ON TURTLE ISLAND!

See Notice Below of Press Conference @ 3.00 PM Wed. July 27, 2022 Mordecai Richler Gazebo at Park and Duluth, the Plateau near Mount Royal. 

He did not apply for permission from the true indigenous people to enter turtle island.  He is not welcome and not wanted. He is just another trespasser. The godfather of the Roman Catholic cult sent his henchmen here to cause death and destruction across turtle island. Now he us coming here to see if the genocide is proceeding as planned. All indigenous land was usurped by the Vatican. Indigenous languages were taken to control information so that history can be invented. Speaking our languages gives us more incentive to take back our land, culture and ways. He’s plead guilty to all these crimes against us.   

North Amercans have no land, no culture and no natural language, which gives them no common ground to exist. They rely on government to tell them who and what they are. They have no historical, social or cultural roots because of the genocide they committed. All our history exists though evidence has been destroyed.  

Invaders of all turtle Island tried to destroy every facet of our existence. The kaianerekowa and creation will never allow it. Canada continues to try to ethnic cleanse us. The apology, framework agreement and reconciliation are meant to stamp out the truth. Only we belong where creation placed us.  

The kahnistensera, mohawk mothers, of turtle island [onowarekeh] want a great peace revolution. We are sanctioned by the great peace, creation, to exist as the true caretakers of the land.

The invaders came uninvited to turtle island 500 years ago and attempted to exterminate us.  

All traditional indigenous people throughout the world must live by their own natural ways to save the earth.

Settler colonialists have and continue to try to extinguish our natural life. We would prefer to have the settlers as strategic partners but they have to remain on their own homeland. 

Presently the world is unravelling as revolutions, rebellions, insurrection and protests break out. There is hunger, heat and cold. We want alliances and talks between real people, not with leaders who want to take off their shirts and skirts [like at the G7 conference] so private power and money remain in the hands of a few. We must stop these colonial victimizers from killing us and our children and raping the land as they have done for 500 years. These rampages must end.

ESPECIALLY IN THE HANDS OF THE CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS. 

In our way they would get the same treatment they gave us. The trespassers came here with a plan to stamp us out of creation, that we never existed. Oct. 25 2024 is the culmination of the 100 years business plan to annihilate us. It is “indigenous holocaust memorial day”. Our message is if you don’t know your true history, you have no future.

Why are these murderers not in prison for what they did and are still doing to us. They brought killing and suffering on millions and yet are roaming above the earth freely without answering for their crimes. They are under the protection of the Roman Catholic cartel. 

The past has caught up with the hangman. The wrongs they committed cannot ever be righted. Even admitting guilt and disclosing the truth to humanity isn’t going change what happened. “Sorry I murdered your kids, raped, starved your children and tried to steal all your land with the help of my military, politicians, lawyers, bankers and  misfits”. So sorry.  Wink. Wink. 

The cross on tekanontak [mount royal Montreal] is on a historic communication centre of our people throughout turtle island. We want access and jurisdiction to all our land. We want full reconciliation with our people everywhere without hindrance by invaders.

THAT’S WHY THE GODFATHER, POLITICIANS, BANKS AND THEIR BAND COUNCILS ARE RUSHING TO MAKE THE FINAL BUSINESS “DEAL” GOTTA SHUT UP THOSE PESKY TRADITIONAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLE. 

All this land and resources belong to the unborn natural indigenous people. The invaders can stay only until they die by following the great peace. They cannot sell, transfer or do anything to our land. Everything below, on and above the land is that of the caretakers placed here by creation. Upon their death everything reverts to us as we are the only heirs. With our permission the trespassers may use our land only until they die and cannot turn our property over to anybody. 

The admiralty law of the seas and their courts are private foreign corporations and sit illegally on our land. They and everything that violates indigenous natural law have no force or effect. We are in the process of stopping McGill University from extracting our land so we cannot investigate the unmarked graves of our murdered children.

Anyone who contradicts or sides with the invaders violate the great peace. Ignorance of the great peace is no excuse. Traitors will be dealt with according to the kaianerekowa, great peace, the law of the land. 

The Pope is coming to Canada to acknowledge what everyone in the world knows, that turtle island is the land of the indigenous people since time immemorial. Now’s the time for the Pope to ride in his Popemobile to Kahnawake and then to McGill University to acknowledge all this. And over the radio in his Popemobile he should have playing Led Zepellin’s masterful “Gallows Pole”: Hangman, hangman, hold it a little while. Think I see my friends coming Riding a many mile. Friends did you get some silver? Did you get a little gold? What did you bring me my dear friends To keep me from the gallows pole? What did you bring me to keep me from the gallows pole? I couldn’t get no silver, I couldn’t get no gold. You know that we’re too damn poor To keep you from the gallows pole. The Pope is still collecting money from the dead and murdered children.

Hangman, hangman, hold it a little while. I think I see my brother coming Riding a many mile. Brother, did you get me some silver? Did you get a little gold? What did you bring me, my brother To keep me from the gallows pole? Brother, I brought you some silver. I brought a little gold,I brought a little of everything To keep you from the gallows pole. . . . .’

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with the kanien’kehà:ka kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers) Join us at 3 pm on Wednesday, July 27th for a rally at the foot of the unceded kanien’kehà:ka homeland of tekanontak (Mount-Royal), to let Pope Francis know that his evil Church is unwanted on Turtle Island. The cross must come down now! This week is marked by the visit of Pope Francis as representative of the most genocidal corporation in history, the Catholic church. His 6-day “penitential” swan song holiday on Turtle Island will not be allowed. It is not enough to “acknowledge” the genocide, abuse and massacre of innumerable Indigenous children discovered (and yet to be discovered) in mass graves all around Turtle Island. In the Iroquoian language spoken by the original inhabitants of the St. Lawrence Valley, there is no word for saying “I am sorry”, only “I will make it right”. Rather than apologies for forcefully attempting to wipe Indigenous peoples off the globe, we want what we have never ceded: our land! We will not accept the Vatican whitewashing its barbaric history in Canada while still being the largest private landowner in the world. The kanien’kehà:ka kahnistensera will also share the latest updates on the lawsuit through which they are seeking to block the upcoming profanation of Indigenous graves on Mount Royal for McGill University’s ominous “New Vic” project, on the sites of the former Royal Victoria Hospital and the Allan Memorial Institute. Stand by Indigenous peoples to save Mother Earth from destruction. #Takebacktekanondak

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Kateri Hospital of Kahnawake is run by the band council on behalf of the Canadian government. People have complained for years and those in charge don'[t hear.   

AUDIO in four parts. Kateri Hospital Under Fire

STEVE BONSPIEL, The Eastern Door, Kahnawake, www.easterndoor.com vol. 31 no. 28 Fri. July 15, 2022.ed8ae9b4-c773-4dbd-a0a5-44a828690486

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KATERI HOSPITAL. WE CAN’ LET YOU IN BECAUSE OF COVID….

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WE HEARD THIS SURGEON IS NOW WORKING AT ANNA LABERGE IN CHATEAUGUAY.

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The Beatles explain “a day in the life” of a Kahnawake kanienkehaka Mohawk: “I read the news today, old boy, about a lucky man who make the grade. All thought the news was rather sad, while i just had to laugh. I saw the photograph. He blew his mind out in a car. He didn’t notice that the lights had changed. A crowd of people stood and stared. They’d seen his face before. Nobody was really sure if he was from the House of Lords.Ii saw a film today, old boy. The English army had just won the war. A crowd of people turned away. But I just had to look, having read the book. I’d love to turn you you on. Woke up, got out of bed, dragged a comb across my head. Found my way dowmstairs and drank a cup  and looking at my notice I was late. Found my cap, grabbed my hat, made the bus in seconds flat. Found my way upstairs and had a smoke, and somebody spoke and I went into a dream. .. ah.. ah.. ah…ah

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THESE ARE THE TEN ILLEGAL “SELL-OUT” AGREEMENTS SIGNED BETWEEN KAHNAWAKE MCK Inc. AND QUÉBEC March 30, 1999 – http://www.autochtones.gouv.qc.ca/centre_de_presse/communiques/1999/saa_com19990330_en.htm 

ALJAZEERA: “MEET THE INDIGENOUS ACTIVISTS TAKING QUEBEC TO COURT”

 

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MNN. Thahoketoteh, Mohawk Nation News court reporter: This is a republication of the Aljazeera article on the kahnistensera, Mohawk Mothers, May 31, 2022.  https://www.ajplus.net/stories/article-meet-the-indigenous-activists-taking-quebec-to-court

 

MEET THE INDIGENOUS ACTIVISTS TAKING QUEBEC TO COURT

Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal. [Lydia Yakonowsky/National Trust for Canada]

By Theo Malhotra

In recent years, more North American colleges have begun to perform land acknowledgements, which recognize the Indigenous people on whose unceded land their campuses were built centuries ago. But recent events show that talk is cheap.

A group of Mohawk women from the Kanien’kehá:ka Nation outside Montreal has taken legal action to prevent the expansion of two McGill University buildings on historically Mohawk land. This is also the site where the CIA’s MK-Ultra psychological experiments took place, in which unwilling test subjects were used in dystopian brainwashing and mind control experiments. The Mohawk group claims that the unmarked graves of children – victims of these experiments – lie beneath both the Royal Victoria Hospital and Allan Memorial Institute.

The Kanien’kehá:ka kahnistensera, or Mohawk Mothers, presented their case to the Quebec Superior Court on May 30. They’re demanding a thorough investigation of the sites to collect evidence of unmarked graves. We spoke with Mother, activist and Mohawk Nation News founder kahentinetha about McGill’s refusal to return stolen Iroquois funds and why Canada’s “whole system will fall” when the Mothers’ case is heard in court.

This interview has been edited for length and clarity.

WHO ARE THE MOHAWK MOTHERS?

We are the progenitors of the land, and all decisions that are made about it have to go through the women. We work together with the men, but the women are the ones that select those at the higher levels of power, for example, the chiefs.

WHERE DO ALLEGATIONS OF UNMARKED GRAVES AROUND MCGILL ORIGINATE? 

We have had many children taken from us, murdered and buried. This was based on the 1924 Indian Lands Act, which turned our resources over to the provinces and put us on reservations, which were actually death camps. They took our children and set up residential schools. Now we’re finding these children, and they’re everywhere in Canada, in unmarked graves. [Ed. Note: 1,800 confirmed or suspected unmarked graves have been identified to date, while a Truth and Reconciliation Commission Report estimates that 3,200 exist.]

We’ve done a lot of research. We went to the McGill library archive, and now we’ve seen with our own eyes the proof of what was done, and it’s boxes and boxes. There’s so much.

After World War II, McGill got a lot of money from the military, the Rockefeller Foundation and the Canadian government to do mind control and all kinds of gross experiments on our children.

But the main scientist working with the CIA and the Canadian military on MK-Ultra was Dr. Ewen Cameron, who led the Allan Memorial Institute [a psychiatric hospital and research institute that led the CIA’s MK-Ultra experiments from 1957 to 1964]. We also have some people who lived through it and are willing to come and testify at our trial about the Native children that were brought in there and were buried. They saw shovels and everything. I personally know of somebody who was taken there because he was “unruly.” They did a lobotomy on him and sent him back. And for 40 years, his family took care of him.

My two uncles and my aunt were sent to one of the residential schools near the Six Nations reserve, and they came back and told us about it. They said to my father, whatever you do, don’t ever go to that place. So that’s how I heard about it. We knew about it. Our grandparents knew about this. It was just that nobody ever believed us. But people talked about it, and now it’s coming out.

WHAT IS THE MOHAWK COUNCIL, AND HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE ITS ROLE IN THIS SITUATION? 

 [Ed. Note: In Canada, band councils are composed of and elected by Indigenous tribal members, and are responsible for administering education, community housing and other services. However, council election turnout is very low, and the band councils are accountable to the federal government.]

Well, they don’t get much support from the people because they work so much against us. We call them “paid killers” because they were right there from the beginning in 1924, when Canada set the reservations up.

The band council ran the reservations and helped the government to carry out the genocide. They helped select the children that were sent to these schools and were never seen again. The genocide’s purpose was to rid Canada of the Indigenous people, because all the land is Indigenous land, and there is no way to sell or transfer it because it belongs to the unborn children. So the only way they could get it would be to kill off all the children and sterilize the mothers, which they did.

I was young at the time, so I experienced quite a bit of it. The band council would point out who was considered to be unruly. They would suggest that they get tested, and then who knows what would happen to them after that. That’s how people disappeared. We didn’t see them again, and we couldn’t find out what happened to them.

WHAT DID YOUR PETITION TO MCGILL UNIVERSITY ASK FOR? 

I started in 2015 by writing a letter to McGill in which I took a seizure of the university, reminding them that we continue to have jurisdiction over all Mohawk land. I informed them that it was built without my knowledge or consent, and that this land belongs to us.

McGill University was built in 1821 with money from the Iroquois trust fund, which had been seized by the Canadian government, because they had decided that we were “wards of the state.” They took the money and loaned it to James McGill, a slave owner, to create a military college. Then they borrowed more money from the same fund when they turned it into a university, which has never been returned. And we’ve asked for it back in this court case, because there’s more than enough evidence.

One of the things I asked McGill for was proof that any of this land was ever transferred from the Native people. On McGill’s own website, it says very clearly there that this is Kahnawake land since time immemorial and it has never been ceded. Everybody has to say that now, before they start any meeting.

I also asked McGill to discontinue its war labs, which fund military research. I said this violates the Haudenosaunee Great Peace. This is our university, it’s on our land and we will not allow that.

HOW HAVE THE MCGILL ADMINISTRATION AND THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT RESPONDED TO THESE CLAIMS? 

I waited for a response and I didn’t get one. So I wrote back to them and I said, the time has come. When you don’t answer, that means you’re in default, you have admitted every allegation that I have made.

We went to the Federal Court of Canada and they were swamping us with protocols. We decided to drop out because they were going to do that to us for years to come. So we took it to the Superior Court of Quebec. They knew they were going to lose the case because their constitution says pretty plainly that all of the laws that have come here do not supersede Indigenous law. Anything that conflicts with that is of no force or effect. Canada has never allowed anybody to challenge it in court because that would prove it, and their whole system would fall.

We’re just doing what we know from our own way, by ourselves. We have no lawyers. The other party, well, they have their law. We have many, many lawyers working against us. They’re going to use hundreds of thousands of laws foreign to Turtle Island. Go ahead, use your law. See if any of it supersedes our way. None of it does. Their own constitution says that Indigenous law is still the law of the land. Read sections 52 and 35 yourself. But nobody’s challenged it up until now.

WHAT RESOURCES CAN PEOPLE ACCESS TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THIS? 

The McGill library would be a good beginning, but the files are also hidden in the Department of Indian Affairs and hospitals like Brandon Sanatorium in Manitoba.

What we want to do is we want to get all that information, all of the proof that we have, and put it on the court records and have it there for people to look at. We want the truth out there and we want it posted in their own system.

— Theo Malhotra (@theo_malhotra)

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CANADA’S INDIAN DAY SCHOOL TORTURE SYSTEM

 

 

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MNN. June 20, 2022. This letter was sent to “Deloitte, the Indian Day Schools Class Action Claims Administrator, P.O. Box 1775, Toronto, ON, Canada M5C 0A2m Tel. 1-888-221-2898 www.indiandayschoolsclaims.com

REGISTERED  MAIL.

Dear Sirs:

June 12/22: Claim. ID EEN-00080303 Jane Doe. Re: Level Determination. 

I am eligible for the Level 5 claim of $200,000 from the Indian Day School Class Action Settlement, plus another $50,000 dollars for the continued torture that Deloitte, Gowling and Canada are causing me at this time.

 

 

No one explained why there are 5 levels of suffering to decide the amount to pay each victim. Every victim suffered 100%. Oddly, attorney and auditor fees were settled before ours. 

Canada plead guilty  because they did the crime and had all the records, not allowing us to cross-examine them. Our lawyer, Gowling, represented us and Canada and did not advise and protect us.   

Canada plead guilty and has no choice but to agree with everything we say. The case is uncontested. We do not have to prove what Canada plead guilty to.

I am a victim since 1940 and am part of  this class action case we won. A jury should have decided the remedy for the mental and physical abuse and terrorism. Deloitte cannot decide whether the physical harm and abuse I suffered was bad enough for them. In 1988 Canada transferred the schools from the churches to the band councils who both work for Canada. Indian Affairs is part of the army.

 

One of the biggest mental violations was genociding my original kanonsesne kanienkehaka:onwe name. 

Canada plead guilty to committing the following crimes of torture. We survived the government’s Indian day school atrocities. We were not meant to recover from the trauma. Some torture techniques were total darkness, light & sound deprivation, various diseases, starvation, pain inducing and numbness holds [some prolonged in body casts] , raping, drugging, electric shock and mind control. Canada admitted to hiring churches and private institutions to spread diseases, sexual abuse/harm, touching of genitals or private parts, spread venereal disease, exposing themselves, fondling/kissing, taking nude photos, physical abuse and assault which caused serious physical harm requiring medical treatment and resulting in the murder of millions, beating us if we spoke our indigenous languages, mental anguish while anticipating the physical and mental abuse and possible death as part of the genocide program. 

Canada also plead guilty to sexual abuse/harm [masturbation, oral intercourse, penetration or penetration with an object causing physical assault, permanent or long-term harm [injury, impairment or disfigurement] and impregnating and sterilizing the children. [Then murdering the babies ].

Offer these two ancient relics on your holy apology tour. It’s all we really have of any value. 

 

Canada admits, “Yes, we did it!” and now has to settle and pay its victims according to the admiralty law system imposed upon us.     

kahnawake, tyendinaga and over 600 indian reservations and communities were victims. My home is still under military control. Some of the teachers were WW2 veterans, priests, nuns, missionaries, dentists, doctors, nurses, and other psychopathic adults and authorities.

There is no statute of limitations for these crimes which deliberately attempted to destroy our greatness. Since 1905 to 1987 all our medical records were with the Canadian government, Indian Affairs, or, in my case, the Kahnawake hospital or some other department of the military.  Kahnawake Hospital informed me that all my medical records from 1940 to1987 have disappeared. The presumption is they were destroyed. So Deloitte’s reconsideration form can’t be completed. By law Canada is obligated to believe me. As a sovereign onkwehonweh, I have determined that I am eligible for the No. 5 level of suffering of $200,000 offered plus $50,000 for the pain and suffering I am enduring presently, and another $50,000 for each time I am deprived of my right to protect myself. I am being treated by Canada as a prisoner of war so that I will suffer more. 

Canada gave Deloitte a retainer of $44 million to make and send the checks to us, not to decide our cases. Deloitte is illegally withholding payment unless we illegally relive our horrific experiences to their satisfaction. Then Canada gave $55 million as a retainer to the defence lawyers, Gowling, without asking for our approval.  

Canada is paying us from our own Indian Trust Fund.   

Canada and their sidekicks are trying to revictimize the victims. Deloitte’s job is to keep the payout down for Canada. Gowling’s job is to settle Canada’s crime without a trial so everybody cannot see and hear the evidence of genocide of our people. There should be an investigation of the actions of Canada, Deloitte and Gowling by the victims. Together they are working as B.A.R. lawyers to whitewash the genocide.

Finally, as a people we were deprived of our culture, land and our care taking duties to our mother earth and our future generations, which is priceless. 

The creation of torture systems were contracted to universities and hospitals by the CIA, MI5, CSIS and other academic, government and military institutions. Indigenous children were used to create the war prisoners torture programs. [See video “Eminent Monster”. A Manual for Modern Torture.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfZHOPGc7CM

As Deloitte, Gowling and Canada assume they represent me, CCR say, “It ain’t me”. As John Fogarty sings: “Some folks are born made to wave the flag. Ooh, that red white and blue. And when the band plays “Hail to the Chief. Ooh, they point a cannon at you. It ain’t me. It ain’t me. I aint no senator’s son. It ain’ me. It ain’t me. I ain’t no fortunate son. Some folks are born with a silver spoon in hand. Lord, don’t they help themself. When the tax man comes to the door ….”

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MNN. May 29, 2022. The kahnistensera mohawk mothers are in charge of this land on behalf of the future kanienkehaka:onwe mohawks. The city of tianitiotiakon [formerly called Montreal] has put our symbol of the tree of peace in the centre of its flag to acknowledges that all this land is indigenous since time immemorial. All trespassers throughout Canada already open every event by an acknowledgement of this fact. Now the kahnistensera mohawk mothers, the progenitors of the soil, are informing everybody that from here on the kanienkehaka:onwe mohawk language will be the official language both orally and in writing in tianitiotiakon.   

Montreal is a business cartel like all corporate entities throughout turtle island. Their government syndicates are all illegal and can never be sanctioned under the tree of peace. The land can never be delegated as it belongs to the future indigenous people. 

The genociders arrived and made foreign laws and set up institutions to victimize, murder, physically and mentally genocide us, to take our languages as part of their “land grab” culture.

The aliens to this land were welcomed to live under the tree of peace. Indigenous culture is premised on peace, truth and justice. However, the trespassers brought a system of racism, hatred, injustice and genocide.

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tehatikonsaniron, tehatinasonten, we called them people with “hard faces” and “forked tongues”, who are hostile to us and our land. The only remedy we seek is to return to the principles of the kaianerekowa great peace and teiohateh two row.

The intruders developed extensive propaganda called ‘curriculum’ to spout untruths.

Presently the dictators of Canada are trying to force all indigenous to speak two foreign languages, English and French, through new laws with severe punishment and destitution for those who don’t comply, in their continuing effort to complete the genocide. Our culture has nothing to do with English and French. They were to adapt to our principles.   

The canadien [squatters] have no land, no indigenous language and no culture here. They are not a nation and they do not belong here. Their country is where they come from and where they shall return.

Colonialism is a disease that has arisen under the influence of propaganda that targets us to make us become non-existent. They have not colonized turtle island. They are a military occupation force squatting on our land. They violate the kaianerekowa and teiohateh. Ever since their invasion they have tried to destroy the great peace and the people that follow it. Our protection from their military and colonial brainwashing are the great peace and our indigenous languages.

That symbol of the tree means world peace. None of these predators can come face to face and tell us what is the significance of the white roots of peace which is suppose to sit on top of the earth and encircle the whole world.

A Tribe Called Red reminds everybody that …. “You have taken the land which is rightfully ours. Years from now my people will be forced to leave our homes and reservations. Your people will wear cardigans and drink high balls. We will sell our bracelets by the roadside . . . and we will be forced to burn your village to the ground”

 

Follow case of mohawk mothers: Province of Quebec Superior Court  District of Montreal, 500-17-120468-221 kahentinetha et al. Plaintiffs v. societe quebecoise des infrastructures et al defendants. First day in court May 30, 2022.

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MOHAWK MOTHERS GIVE RED LIGHT TO ROYAL VIC PROJECT Audio

 

 

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MNN. May 25, 2022. This is all about theft of indigenous land. Never mentioned in the OCPM report or news stories today is that all the land is unceded kahnienkehaka mohawk territory since time immemmorial. Land is the only issue. No invader can produce ownership or rightful occupation of any land on turtle island. They are trespassers. Only the indigenous can give permission for everything. We are placed here by creation since time immemorial.  Mainstream media misled the public by saying that the project got the “green light” when OCPM has no decision making power. The kahnistensera on the other hand have all the power [kasastenserakowa sa oiera] and have given the red light to this project of the foreigners to our lands.

Montreal Mayor said: “We need to make sure, if there’s any doubts, if we think that maybe there’s potentially graves there, we need to do it right” https://globalnews.ca/video/8866727/plans-for-old-royal-victoria-hospital-get-approval-stamp-despite-opposition/ They propose to set up a museum to display our remains to glorify the murders they have committed as a tourist attraction! 

The OCPM [Office of Public Consultation of Montreal on the Royal Vic – McGill Project], cannot give the green light. No foreign organization can do or say anything on our land. The Commission rightly recognizes, however, that our requests are “beyond the mandate and competence of the Commission”, meaning they have no authority, because they are a military occupying force. 

This land theft permit deliberately overlooks the dispossession and genocide that we experience. They don’t want to own up to the truth. Our children were kidnapped for experimental research and placed throughout turtle island, which is soaked with our people’s blood. For the first time Canada is being requested to find unmarked graves of indigenous children outside the reserves and residential school death camps property. McGill, CIA, Canada, the military imported nazi serial killers called scientists to invent better mind control methods and to help Canada find a “final solution to the indian problem”. 

Many people support our demands to repatriate the remains of our ancestors, and to acknowledge that this mountain, tekanontak, is part of the vast unceded kanien’keha:ka territory. All of the jurisdiction must be unconditionally returned to the caretakers, the kahnistensera and the rotiskenrakete. 

The OCPM giving the green light for construction of the grandiose destruction of the mountain of the kanienkehaka:onwe is criminal. 

This is a matter of international law. The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) states that “Indigenous peoples have the right to own, use, develop and control the lands, territories and resources which they possess by reason of their traditional ownership” and emphasizes “the right to repatriation of their human remains”. Montreal has placed our Great White Pine of Peace at the centre of its municipal flag. We did not give permission to the canadien [squatters]. We want our land, not patriated symbols. If reconciliation over the murder of our children is to mean anything, remove all symbols of oppression. The New Vic project will not happen.

tekanontak [mount royal] is part of a special communication system of the onkwehonweh throughout turtle island. iI was a major point of the message of the great peace:” On the mountain was a treasure. Buried deep beneath the stone. And the valley-people swore. They’d have it for their very own….”

O:nen The kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers), kahnawake. Quebec Superior Court Montreal [which is also a militaqr establishment]  hearing on May 30, 2022. #500-17-120468-221 

OCMP Contact Laurent Lafontant, OCPM 514-687-6893. Ocmp.qc.ca/royalvictoria

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https://globalnews.ca/video/8866727/plans-for-old-royal-victoria-hospital-get-approval-stamp-despite-opposition/

https://www.mtlblog.com/montreal/the-old-royal-victoria-should-have-a-memorial-to-those-tortured-on-site-officials-say

Plans for old Royal Victoria Hospital get approval stamp despite opposition

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/old-royal-victoria-hospital-project-remains-1.6463685

MUNICIPALITY OF KAHNAWAKE SECRETLY ARRIVES [TAXES] Audio

MNN. Jan. 6, 2022. Kwe sewakwekon,

Band Council! Our children were not murdered so you can sell us out. You’ve gone too far! An emergency has been called to deal with the acts of the Canadian government’s ‘band council’ system. They are treasonous to the kaianerekowa. 

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MARC, THE COLONEL, REPORTS TO ???

The colonel of Indian Affairs, Mark Miller, is meeting with some of his employees, the MCK, to force Mohawks with the stroke of a pen to become Canadian citizens. The 100 year business plan was made in 1924 to force the indigenous people into Indian death camps called “reservations” and place Indian allies, the band council system, in charge of the genocide. It is called “the final solution of the Indian problem”. Their 100 year business plan comes into effect in 2024. [See Ontario Indian Lands Acts Oct. 25, 1924]. 

Section 35 [1] of the Constitution Act of Canada 1982 provides, the existing [pre-colonial- aboriginal and treaty rights of the aboriginal people [of turtle island] are hereby recognized and affirmed”. Section 52[1] affirms that “any law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the Constitution is, to the extent of the inconsistency, of no force or effect”. Therefore, the kainerekowa, which is the existing aboriginal legal system which the rotinonshonni confederacy has inherited from precolonial times, and which was never revoked or conceded, is the the supreme law of “Canada”. Consequently, all laws of Canada that are not recognized by the kaianerekowa are of no force or effect on the original homelands of the Iroquoian people. See CONSTITUTION ACT OF CANADA, 1982, SECTIONS 35 AND 52].http://CONSTITUTION ACT OF CANADA, 1982, SECTIONS 35 AND 52].

No treaties, land claims, laws or agreements are valid. Indian Affairs is a division of the army. The Band councils are all employees of the army. The main objective is to be the commandants of the POW camps, “until the indian people are absorbed into the main Canadian body politic [DC Scott]. The band council will be abolished. kaianerekowa does not acknowledge any other law than the kaianerekowa. 

The kaianerekowa, the great peace, is based on the natural world, of which the onkwehonhone are a part of. The band council’s main job is to help Canada to genocide the land, people and culture.

The kahnistensera, Mohawk mothers, are the sovereign caretakers of onowarekeh, for the coming generations, tahatikonhsontontie. The kaianerekowa is the basis for all adjudication and resolution as exercised in its procedure, clan system and oral tradition which come from time immemorial.

FLYING OFF TO SIGN ANOTHER MOHAWK GIVE-AWAY.

Kahsennahawe Sky Deer, Mike Delisle Jr. and Ross Montour are about to sign an agreement that will turn Kahnawake into a tax paying municipality of Quebec and Canada. 

On Friday, February 4, 2022 the MCK held meetings with Quebec and Canada on ‘Indigenous Relations’. Mark Miller, of the military reserves of Canada, is ‘Col. of Indian Affairs’, which is a department of the army, that holds all the files on the unceded indigenous land [which is all of turtle island] and the native trust funds. 99% of the people are each sovereign and do not support this enforced council on them. An infected blanked has been thrown over us so we don’t see what’s going on. 

THE THREE MUSKET-TEARS

The MCK follow the “Admiralty Law of the Seas”. They have commissioned Gerald Alfred, Kenneth Deere and Linda Delormier to use the lingo of kanienkehaka ways to create the foreign slavery system under the colonizing trespassers. MCK, Quebec and Canada have no relevance or validity anywhere in Canada. These foreign entities are using MIGHT over RIGHT. 

Sky-Deer, Michael Delisle Jr. , Ross Montour and Marc Miller are presently  discussing the new Kahnawake-Canada Relations and the selling of the vast Seigneury of Sault St. Louis [Seigneury]. The Mohawks never ceded this. There has never been a surrender of any land in Canada. The Mohawks refuse to take money for it. Indigenous lands cannot ever be sold, ceded or transferred as they are under the care of the kahnistensera, the Mohawk Mothers, who hold it in trust for the rotikonsotatie,.  

THE POLITICAL TRESPASSERS ON TURTLE ISLAND

Delisle is meeting with Quebec’s Minister Responsible for Aboriginal Affairs Ian Lafreniere to arrange the new relationship, including the Statement of Understanding and Mutual Respect to be signed by the MCK, all about taxation matters.

Sky Deer leads the External Government Relations Portfolio and Nation Relations. Her nation is the colonial government of Canada. Delisle is head of the Quebec-Kahnawake Relations and Seigneury files. Montour leads the Kahnawake-Canada Relations.

99% of the people have not been informed of this and are ferociously opposed to this crime against the kaianerekowa. Kahnawake is their test market for the military plan of genocide anr subjugation now in place for all reserves.  The truth is in the kaianerekowa!

 

 

MOHAWKS EVICTED FROM KAHNAWAKE FOR NOT PAYING THEIR TAXES.

{poster reads “Oppose the forced seizure of indian lands by the armed state”.} 

 Twilight Zone could be singing to the band council, whose actions weigh on their minds: “Where are they going when they’ve gone too far… Somewhere in a lonely hotel room, there is a guy starting to realize, that is eternal fate has turned its back on him. It is 2.am. The fear has gone. I am sitting here waiting …”

PRESS RELEASE: MCK MEETS WITH MINISTERS MILLER, LAFRENIERE TODAY http://www.kahnawake.com/news/pr/pr02042022a.pdf

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MOHAWK WARRIOR SOCIETY/ HANDBOOK ON SOVEREIGNTY & SURVIVAL Audio

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MNN. FEB. 1, 2022. This amazing book contains new oral history by key figures of the Rotisken’rhakéhte’s revival in the 1970s, and tells the story of the Warriors’ famous flag, their armed occupation of Ganienkeh in 1974, and the role of their kaianerekowa constitution, the Great Peace, in guiding their commitment to freedom and independence.

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The first collection of its kind, The Mohawk Warrior Society: A Handbook on Sovereignty and Survival uncovers a hidden history and paints a bold portrait of the spectacular experience of Kanien’kehá:ka survival and self-defense. In this anthology, Mohawk Warriors tell their own story with their own voices and serve as an example and inspiration for future generations struggling against the environmental, cultural, and social devastation cast upon the modern world. This 320-page book also has a stunning collection of over 40 full-color pages of paintings, artwork, and flyers by Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall. Learn more about the book and contributors below. Preorder your copy, check out all the rewards, and please consider choosing a “donation” option or add-on so we can send free copies to the kanien’keha:ka kahnistensera (Mohawk Mothers) who are based in Kahnawake to get them out into the world. Thanks in advance for your help getting this important book into the world!

The first collection of its kind, this anthology by members of the Mohawk Warrior Society uncovers a hidden history and paints a bold portrait of the spectacular experience of Kanien’kehá:ka survival and self-defense. Providing extensive documentation, context, and analysis, the book features foundational writings by prolific visual artist and polemicist Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall (1918–1993)—such as his landmark 1979 pamphlet, The Warrior’s Handbook, as well as selections of his pioneering artwork. This book contains new oral history by key figures of the Rotisken’rhakéhte’s revival in the 1970s, and tells the story of the Warriors’ famous flag, their armed occupation of Ganienkeh in 1974, and the role of their constitution, the Great Peace, in guiding their commitment to freedom and independence. We hear directly the story of how the Kanien’kehá:ka Longhouse became one the most militant resistance groups in North America, gaining international attention with the Oka Crisis of 1990. This auto-history of the Rotisken’rhakéhte is complemented by a Mohawk history timeline from colonization to the present, a glossary of Mohawk political philosophy, and a new map in the Kanien’kéha language. At last, the Mohawk Warriors can tell their own story with their own voices, and to serve as an example and inspiration for future generations struggling against the environmental, cultural, and social devastation cast upon the modern world.

The book is by Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall, Kahentinetha Rotiskarewake, Philippe Blouin, Matt Peterson, and Malek Rasamny.

Praise

“While many have heard of AIM & the Red Power movement of the ’60s and ’70s, most probably do not know the story of the Mohawk warriors and their influence on Indigenous struggles for land and self-determination, then and now. These include the 1974 Ganienkeh land  reclamation (which still exists today as sovereign Mohawk territory),  the 1990 Oka Crisis (an armed standoff that revived the fighting spirit & warrior culture of Indigenous peoples across North America), and the Warrior/Warrior Unity flag, a powerful symbol of Indigenous resistance today commonly seen at blockades & rallies. The Mohawk Warrior Society tells this history in the words of the Mohawks themselves. Comprised of  interviews with some of the key participants, as well as The Warrior’s Handbook and Rebuilding the Iroquois Confederacy (both written by Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall, who also designed the Warrior/Unity flag), this book documents the important contributions Mohawk warriors have made to modern Indigenous resistance in North America.”
—Gord Hill, Kwakwaka’wakw, author of 500 Years of Indigenous Resistance and The Antifa Comic Book

“This clear and stimulating book had me on edge from beginning to end. No matter who we are we can learn from these histories of the Iroquois Confederacy as related by its present-day members, lessons pertaining to non-hierarchical political organization and the care of  the land. In the age of Black Lives Matter this work makes the case for autonomous life-spaces free of US or Canadian state control.”
Michael Taussig, Class of 1933 Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University, City of New York

“This book is a window into a world seldom glimpsed by Europeans and their settler descendants. Revealed to us is the inner vision of First  Nation liberation movements that emerged from forms of government within which group autonomy and individual freedom have been cherished for thousands of years. Despite inspiring the US Constitution, these confederacies were heavily repressed and forced underground. At the end of the 1960s, the Warrior Society was rekindled by seven original members who vowed to defend their people against state violence depriving them of their rights. Overnight, they were joined by hundreds throughout Mohawk lands, then thousands all over the Iroquois Confederacy, with supporters from the East Coast to the West Coast in  North and South America. The Warrior Society emerged within a broader cultural renaissance that imbued traditional matrilineal cultures with new vitality. As part of the global awakening of the 1960s, they were more popularly rooted than AIM or the Black Panthers. Their Great Law provides an ecological and democratic framework for peaceful coexistence of all peoples.”
—George Katsiaficas, author of The Subversion of Politics: European Autonomous Social Movements and the Decolonization of Everyday Life and The Global Imagination of 1968: Revolution and Counterrevolution

“This book takes the reader behind the masks of the Mohawk Warrior Society, exploring the deep roots of the controversial Indigenous movement that precipitated the 78-day standoff at Oka in 1990. Offering unprecedented oral histories, concept glossaries, and transcripts of internal documents, this auto-history presents the perspective of the Rotisken’rhakéte in their own words. All readers interested in contemporary Indigenous resistance to colonialism will find much of value in this unique compendium that goes beyond the well-known symbols to explain their origins and meaning.”
—Jon Parmenter, Associate Professor of History at Cornell University, and author of The Edge of the Woods: Iroquoia, 1534–1701

The Mohawk Warrior Society is an excellent collection of stories about colonialism and resistance in Turtle Island—a must read  for settler allies seeking to learn and unlearn the histories of colonial violence that structure our contemporary relations. In providing vital histories of state repression and Indigenous resilience, the teachings in this volume can inform all contemporary efforts working towards decolonialization.”
—Jeffrey Monaghan, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Carleton University, co-author of Policing Indigenous Movements: Dissent and the Security State

“I’ve been blessed because I came to know the Unity Flag by seeing Oka on TV when I was young. When I got married they wrapped us with the flag, it has been a part of all the spiritual ceremonies that I went to, it has been present at every blockade. Along with the Women’s Warrior Flag, it’s a symbol that’s embedded in our spirit, and it’s always been an inspiration. Louis Hall, Ganienkeh, and The Warrior’s Handbook were way ahead of their time, back when people were just starting to fight back, fighting to get their land back. The intention of The Warrior’s Handbook and Unity Flag was for all Indigenous nations throughout the hemisphere and really the whole world to unite, and first and foremost to fight. That’s why this book is so important, it’s something that Louis Hall has gifted to all red nations.
Kanahus Freedom Manuel, Indigenous land defender, Secwepemc Women Warrior Society, Tiny House Warriors

“This is a compelling account of the political struggle for the return of indigenous thought through the words of those Kaianerehkó:wa Mohawks affiliated with the original 1970s Warrior Society. It offers a trenchant and witty critique of settler colonialism together with a body of teachings aimed at re-establishing balance and harmony.  It is for the Kanien’kehá:ka, the indigenous peoples of Turtle Island, and all people troubled by the state of our relations to each other and to the beings of the land that make us as well as those who care for it.
—Eduardo Kohn, Associate Professor of Anthropology at McGill University, and author of How Forests Think

About the Contributors

Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall (1918–1993) was a prolific Kanien’kehá:a painter and writer from Kahnawake, whose work continues to inspire generations of indigenous people today. A man of all trades, Karoniaktajeh worked as a butcher, a carpenter, and a mason. Initially groomed for a life in the priesthood, Karoniaktajeh (on the edge of the sky) began his life as a devout Christian before later turning against what he saw as the fallacies of European religion, and deciding to reintegrate himself into the traditional Longhouse and help revive “the  old ways.” Appointed as the Secretary of the Ganienkeh Council Fire, he became a prominent defender of indigenous sovereignty, and was instrumental in the reconstitution of the Rotisken’rhakéhte (Mohawk Warrior Society). His distinctive artwork includes the iconic Unity Flag, which still symbolizes indigenous pride across Turtle Island (North America). His legacy as a revivor and innovator of traditional  Mohawk culture includes his works The Warrior’s Handbook (1979) and Rebuilding the Iroquois Confederacy (1980).  Both these texts, which served during their time as a political and cultural call to arms for indigenous communities across Turtle Island, were initially printed by hand and distributed in secret.

Kahentinetha Rotiskarewake is a Kanien’kehá:ka from the Bear Clan in Kahnawà:ke. Initially working in the fashion industry, Kahentinetha went on to play a key role as speaker and writer in the indigenous resistance, a role which she has fulfilled consistently for the last six decades. During this time she witnessed and took part in numerous struggles, including the blockade of the Akwesasne border crossing in 1968. She has published several books including Mohawk Warrior Three,  and has been in charge of running the Mohawk Nation News service since  the Oka Crisis in 1990. She now cares for her twenty children,  grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Kahentinetha means “she who is  always at the forefront.”

Philippe Blouin writes, translates, and studies political anthropology and philosophy in Tionni’tio’tià:kon (Montreal). His current PhD research at McGill University seeks to understand and share the teachings of the Tehiohate (Two Row Wampum) to build decolonial alliances. He has published essays in LiaisonsStasis, and an afterword to George Sorel’s Reflections on Violence.

Matt Peterson is an organizer at Woodbine, an experimental space in New York City. He is the co-director of The Native and the Refugee, a multi-media documentary project on American Indian reservations and Palestinian refugee camps.

Malek Rasamny co-directed the research project The Native and the Refugee and the feature film Spaces of Exception. He is currently a doctoral candidate in the department of Social Anthropology and Ethnology at the Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS) in Paris.

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The Mohawk Warrior Society: A Handbook on Sovereignty and Survival
Editors: Louis Karoniaktajeh Hall • Edited by Kahentinetha Rotiskarewake, Philippe Blouin, Matt Peterson, and Malek Rasamny
Series: PM Press
ISBN: 9781629639413
Published: 05/24/2022
Format: Paperback
Size: 6×9
Pages: 320
Subjects: SOCIAL SCIENCE / Native American Studies • HISTORY / Indigenous Peoples  of the Americas • POLITICAL SCIENCE / Colonialism &  Post-Colonialism

Table of Contents

Part I.
1. An Introduction to Sovereignty and Survival
Part II. An Oral History of the Warrior Society
1. Tekarontakeh
2. Kakwirakeron
3. Kanasaraken
4. Ateronhiatakon
Part III. Rekindling Resistance
1. Basic Principles of the Kaianerekó:wa, by Kahentinetha (1997)
2. The Iroquoian Use of Wampum, by Ateronhiatakon (1988)
3. I Am A Warrior, by Karhiio
Part IV. On Karoniaktajeh
1. Who was Karoniaktajeh?, by Kahentinetha
2. Karonhiaktajeh Remembered
Part V. Karoniaktajeh’s Writings
1. Ganienkeh Manifesto (1974)
2. Warrior’s Handbook (1979)
3. Rebuilding the Iroquois Confederacy (1985)
Part VI. Appendices
1. Mohawk Warrior History Timeline
2. Skakwatakwen Concept Glossary
3. Place and Peoples Names
4. Pronunciation Guide

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Water is Life / Resist all pipelines

Land Back / Burn down settler colonialism

Designed by Mantis, a Diné Two-Spirit Tattoo Artist living and fighting  alongside Migizi on the frontlines of Line 3. Working towards decolonization and land back baybeeee.

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MCGILL DODGING & DIPPING GOES ON Audio

 

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MNN. 27, January 2022. This is an update by thahoketoteh of MNN on the McGill ongoing saga. The kahnistensera, Mohawk Mothers, are concerned with the self-preservation of indigenous lives and culture facing genocide at the hands of colonists trespassing on turtle island, using the foreign Admiralty Law of the Seas to violate our land, our people, resources , and  culture.

In the middle of this case, super-paid Principle and Chancellor of McGill, Suzanne Fortier, resigns! At McGill a messy failure has been left behind. As the Chinese say about those who abscond, “They  will suffer death by a thousand cuts”:

In the ‘procedural swamp’ the FCC  [T-1696-21] asked for time consuming information that has already been provided. tThe court’s concern is about traditional

IT SAID: “TAKE BACK TEKANONTAK” [AKA MONT-ROYAL] THIS IS KANIEN’KEHA:KA MOHAWK LAND.

representation, signers and speakers.

This is delaying presenting the substance of the case of the suspicions of unmarked graves of our people on the site of the Royal Victoria Hospital and the Allan Memorial Institute of McGill University.

According to Sections 35 and 52 of the Constitution Act of Canada 1982, all the laws of Canada have no force or effect because they are inconsistent with the kaianerekowa, great peace. The kahnistenera, Mohawk Mothers, can only represent themselves according to ancestral law. They are the caretakers of the children and the land they are brought onto.

This sounds like the philosophy commonly used by mega corporations and the military which are connected to all universities, such as the movement to ‘Demilitarizie McGill” has tried to reveal at McGill University. 

The main issues in the court case are the unmarked graves, the trespassing on Mohawk land, and the borrowing of Iroquois Trust Funds to build McGilll that was never repaid to the Mohawks.

The traditional process of the kanienkehaka [Mohawk] is to listen to the proceedings and report the words to the clans. The appointed word carriers will be given the words that will go back to the court. 

The kahnistensera cannot be represented by a lawyer, council or non-kaianerekowa person as it would be inconsistent with the great peace. The court is allowing the four opposing lawyers to speak and question the witnesses, while the indigenous women will be allowed one speaker!    

The SQI reached out to the band councils for information and assistance. The band councils are created by the Canadian Army to take care of the prisoners in this ongoing war for indigenous land title. 

The economic sanctions strategy was invented with the onkwehonweh [indigenous people of the land] in mind. No people have ever endured more oppressive sanctions than the original people in the history of modern economics. The creation and theft of the Indian Trust Funds was to create a stranglehold on the economic freedom of the original peopleMN.   

Though they are ‘old’, they are capable and expect to be treated fairly. The court was informed that they will continue this case as joint applicants according to Rule 102[b] of the Federal Court of Canada: “the relief claimed, whether joint, several or alternative, arises from substantially the same facts or matter”. In this  case, once an agreement is made they must stand behind the words.  

Leonard Cohen was an inmate in Dr. Ewen Camerons ‘mind control’ experiments at Allan Memorial Hospital of McGill and also wrote a song about a “Suzanne”. We wonder if Leonard ever listened to Ted Nugent’s song,” Stranglehold” which describes what has been done to us on the economic front. “Here I come again now, baby, like a dog in heat. You can tell it’s me by the clamor now, baby. I come to tear up the streets. I’ve been smoking for so long and now I am here to say, I got you in a stranglehold, baby. I’m gonna crush your face”.

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SUZANNE FORTIER GONE https://www.mcgill.ca/newsroom/channels/news/mcgill-university-principal-and-vice-chancellor-suzanne-fortier-will-step-down-end-august-2022-336061

93 PLUS UNMARKED GRAVES FOUND AT WILLIAMS LAKE BC https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/williams-lake-st-josephs-residential-school-1.6326467