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MNN. SEPT. 11, 2018. Yes, we pushed this case for over 21 years. 
In the case of Jones et al. v. Parmley, et al, No. 17-928, the sovereign Onondaga 15 of the rotinoshonni, Iroquois Confederacy, are instituting proceedings in the International Court of Justice in The Hague, against the United States and its justice system. It is pursuant to Article 45 of the Rules of Court. It will be filed in the registry of the Court in September 2018. 

For us, jurisdiction and sovereignty are based on the kaianerekowa, the law of turtle island, which supercedes the United States court system.  

We, the Onondaga 15, request The International Court of Justice at The Hague to review the injustice of the United States court system in this 20 year old case. The Onondaga 15 have proven they can get no justice in the United States court system. Only the kaianerekowa, great law, can provide justice.  


We know when something is wrong. Each of us sovereign onkwehonweh’onwe, the people of the land forever, make this Application to this Court based upon nature. We are as one with nature and guided by the truth found in the great law. Our experience proves that the US constitution does not provide justice through its court system.  

In this corporate created court, the man-made rules are manipulated so that the corporate court always wins and the rest lose, no matter how just is their case. 

The World Court has to be careful on this issue because their man-made rules could be in conflict with the natural law of the land. Natural law provides natural justice. The World Court purports to provide this. Our great law does provide it. 

None of us is a part of the corporate Statute of the International Court of Justice. We do not deliberately or knowingly join anything artificial or unnatural, like a corporation. We are created as one with all natural life. The United Nations purports to support us in being naturally sovereign through Articles 3, 4, 18, 33, and 40 of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. Self-determination for all life comes from nature. We are all naturally sovereign. The World Court existing only through artificial man-made rules, has been set up as the last avenue for justice in the corporate judicial system that permeates the world. The corporate buck stops at the World Court. But true justice will only be found in nature. 

Today we consent to this Court’s limited jurisdiction to hear this case pursuant to Article 38, paragraph 5 of the Rules of Court. All natural life is sovereign. We seek justice by presenting this Application with our signs, pursuant to Article 38, paragraph 3, of the Rules of Court.

We sovereign onkwehonweh act without agents as we are from the natural world. States are corporations that exist through unnatural man made fictional rules. They require corporate agents to exist in this Court to make final decisions on matters that come before them.  In Article 38, paragraph 3, of the Rules of Court, the agent must be authenticated by this Court to act for states that do not naturally exist. The United States is comprised of settlers who invaded our land, turtle island, which cannot be ceded by humanity. The United States makes existence of nature and natural people difficult and almost impossible. See Tekarontake’s words that explain this. 

Hey, NYS Indian Detail and US court system, you should not have done this to us:

Our existence is instilled in us through oral history placed on wampums and in our memory. kaianerekowa, the great peace, is the inherent tewetatawi, how we are to carry ourselves on turtle island and throughout our existence. The natural world creates the path by which we are to live. Our songs, ceremonies, stories and creation tie us to natural life and forces of our mother earth. 

The International Court of Justice protects the predatory system that attempts to rule the World by force. We natural people are imprisoned and controlled by the current corporate system, which has denied us justice for over 20 years in this case. 

According to Article 40, paragraph 1, of the Statute of the International Court of Justice, and Articles 38 and 45 of the Rules of Court, each of the 15 sovereign Applicants submit this Application Instituting Proceedings. Jurisdiction of the Court is found in Article 36, paragraph 1, of the Statute of the International Court of Justice which provides: 

“The jurisdiction of the Court comprises all cases which the parties refer to it and all matters specially provided for in the Charter of the United Nations or in treaties and conventions in force.” 

“Justice” purports to be the cornerstone of the foundation of the Charter of the United Nations in protecting human rights for everyone worldwide. In this case, despite “Equal Justice Under Law” written above the entrance of the Supreme Court of the United States in Washington, we sovereign onkwehonweh have suffered “injustice” in the United States court system. Historically this system has been violently imposed and maintained on us and our land. Having been treated unjustly throughout the court system, we come to the World Court seeking “justice” through the Charter of the United Nations, and through the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples set forth in Annex 6 here, and pursuant to Articles 33 and 40 through 46 of its Rules of Court. 

Regarding the procedure of the Court, the following comment is instructive from the treatise entitled “The Statute of the International Court of Justice, A Commentary [Second Edition], edited by Andreas Zimmermann, Christian Tomuschat, Karin Oellers-Frahm, Christian J. Tams, Assistant Editor Maral Kashgar, and Assistant Editor David Diehl [Oxford University Press] (2012), at page 1092:

When dealing with Art. 43 of the Statute of the International Court of Justice; “The procedure shall consist of two parts: written [memorials through the Registrar] and oral”], it should not be underestimated that all procedure before the Court is dominated by the fact that the litigants are sovereign states that do not lightly accept outside interference in their affairs, especially when that interference touches upon major, if not vital interest of theirs. Questions of procedure before the Court therefore, by definition, cannot be approached on the same basis as litigation before even the highest domestic court.

In the World Court substance controls procedure. We the natural people are the substance and have the winning hand, nature, which always beats the house of procedure. The only way to deactivate our winning hand is to not let us play it in their man-made control system. We ask the World Court to fairly consider our application. 

This Application is endorsed by the sign of each of the Onondaga 15 Applicants, and will be filed with the Registrar, along with a certified copy of the original pursuant to Article 52, paragraphs 1 and 2, of the Rules of Court. 

If the World Court denies us justice, we will turn to the great law to provide us true justice. 

A certified copy of this Application will be served on the following: 

The President of the United States, pursuant to the two-row wampum and the Canandaigua Treaty 1794 that the United States signed;

The Supreme Court of the United States;

The United Nations.

After 20 years of injustice in the United States court system, the 15 sovereign onkwehonweh seek justice from the World Court.

September, 2018

Respectfully submitted,

We put our sign to this application: Andrew Jones, Robert E. Bucktooth, Jr., Cheryl Bucktooth, Robert Bucktooth, Debby Jones, Karen Jones, Nikki Jones, Karoniakata Jones, Shawn Jones, kahentinetha, Dyhyneyyks,  Tekarontakeh, Ross John, Ronald Jones, Jr., Nadine O’Field/Ganonhweih, aka Nadine Bucktooth.

Disturbed sings about the land of confusion that faces us and that we have to all make right: “This is the world we live in. And these are the hands we’re given. Use them and let’s start trying To make it a place worth living in. II remember long ago When the sun was shining And all the stars were bright all through the night. In the wake up this madness, as I held you tight So long ago. I won’t be coming home tonight. My generation will put it right. We’re not just making promises That we know we’ll never keep.” 


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https://www.yesmagazine.org/planet/first-nations-celebrate-win-against-trans-mountain-pipeline-expansion-20180830 Trans mountain pipeline dumped 

Coffee with my ma. Bussing to Ottawa https://www.buzzsprout.com/140716/776055-ep-5-cwmm-ma-and-the-gang-bus-to-ottawa-to-see-elvis-in-1957-ma-and-the-cgit-craziest-girls-in-town

Remember Innu singers Kashtin in the early 1990s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G5w-jzf88ys





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MNN. JULY 14, 2018. Yes, in 1990 we unwrapped the corporate ropes from our necks! “On July 11th 1990, the Surete du Quebec [Quebec Provincial Police] opened fire with automatic guns and tear gas on kahnienkehaka [Mohawk] men, women and children. The Mohawks had been protesting the town of Oka’s plans to expand a golf course over a burial ground and common native land called The Pines kanehsaktake. Nearby Mohawks of kahnawake responded very quickly to fellow Mohawks of kanehsatake by blocking the Mercier Bridge, which connects the southshore to the island of Montreal. 


“The world watched in amazement while a small nation faced the combined fire power of the Canadian Armed Forces, the SQ and the Royal Mounted Police.

“It was a fight for Mohawk identity and land against the oppressive designs of a modern nation state. The stand off after 78 days came to an end.

“The Quebec and Canadian governments maintained to the end their position that the Mohawk defenders were criminals and terrorists who threatened the public security of all. Out of this perspective Canada and Quebec quickly brought Mohawks defenders to trial on criminal charges. 

“The first trial is the subject of this book, which starkly shows the continuing conflicts in perspectives between the Mohawk people and the Canadian and Quebec governments. The Mohawks transcended the boundaries set up by Quebec and Canada under a European nation-state model. 

“Lasagna, from kahnawake, Noriega and 20-20, from akwesasne, were caught up in the events with their people in kanehsatake/Oka. The three were ordinary Mohawk men who found themselves in the middle of a fight for identity, recognition and a war against oppression by the Canadian and Quebec governments. They maintained their silence throughout the trial, a statement of their non-compliance with the use of coercion, threats and force of arms against the Mohawk Nation. . . . .

READ THE BOOK: THE MOHAWK WARRIORS THREE, The Trial of Lasagna, Noriega & 20-20: 


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MNN. June 4, 2018. Fooling with mother nature can be dangerous. One non-native who just got her fake “Indian” status card became the chief of her newly created tribe. She was having a party. Suddenly she dropped dead. Karma’s a bitch!


The Canadian government is a corporation which passed the Indian Act that defines who is an Indian. White women who married Indians became enrolled as Indians with Indian Affairs. Anyone not qualified who carried a fake Indian status card was criminally charged. Impersonation is a crime under the Criminal Code of Canada. It’s fraud

The corporation of Canada suppressed our onkwehonweh [true natural people of turtle island] identity so the invaders could steal turtle island and our identity. The corporation created “status Indians”, forced English or French names on us, stole our children [which they still do] and placed us in POW camps called ‘reserves’. The Indian agent was the warden who watched our every move. To be free or get a job or marry out, we had to voluntarily or involuntarily enfranchise. In fact, our identity comes from creation when we live according to the kaianerekowa, the great good path.  



The Golden Age Club is on River Road across from the Legion. Ask around.

Back in 2006 Joan Holmes manufactured paper Algonquins. She set up a table in the mall or at the metro station or at some public place. She recruited people to become corporate Indians. Non-native people impersonating Algongquins are now Indians who are invited to negotiate land claims. Some even issue statements on behalf of their newly created tribe. 

An onkwehonweh has the right to self identify anywhere on turtle island or anywhere in the world without foreign identity cards issued by the invaders. We know who we are.  

Judy Garland shows us some racial stereotyping by Hollywood about who and how is an Indian: “. . .Like the Seminoles, Navajos, Kickapoo, like those Indians, I’m an Indian too . . .”.  


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HEREDITY OR HOAX? https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/dna-ancestry-test

PALESTINIANS URGE IROQUOIS TO WITHDRAW FROM LACROSSE CHAMPIONSHIPS IN ISRAEL  https://bdsmovement.net/news/palestinians-urge-iroquois-nationals-withdraw-lacrosse-championships-israel

THE SELF PROCLAIMED MIKINAK ‘INDIANS’ http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/mikinak-tax-fraud-kahnawake-mohawk-1.367880 



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MNN. July 3, 2018. On July 4 US independence day, think about those who struggle for justice on turtle island. Remember this beating on May 18, 1997 of the onondaga by the I-81 INDIAN DETAIL of the New York State Police? 

The Onondaga15 have taken this case through the entire justice system of the United States to prove there is no justice for us. We are now taking this case to The Hague. tekarontakeh will present this statement to the International Court of Justice at The Hague in the Netherlands. [No. 17-928 in the Supreme Court of the United States, Jones v. Parmley].

Sego. My name is tekarontake. I’m a kanionkehaka, that people know as Mohawks. I’m 65 years old. I was raised in the way of our old people and the way that our people have always taught us, to know who we are, what we represent, where we stand in today’s world. I am a full speaker in our language. I also learned how to speak English, which you can hear how I am addressing you today.

Over 500 years ago people came from across the ocean to our land, to our home. They had these ideas in their mind that they were a superior people, that they had the right to come and kill, rob, try to enslave us, abuse us in any way imaginable. This has been done. There have been atrocities spoken of in different parts of the world. But none compares to what has happened here in the Western Hemisphere.

Though the United States constantly states that they have conquered us, there was never a war fought to conquer us. The United States came into possession of our territories of our homeland to abuse our people. They’ve done it through deceit, spreading diseases and trying to eliminate our people, through every way imaginable.

When they became known as the United States, after the revolution and separation from Great Britain, they entered into agreements with my people. We offered them the hand of peace, we called teiohateh, which means ‘two paths’. Because they had no path on this land, that they came here by water, we showed them the courtesy that our agreement with them would be upon the water. We launched our canoe into the water symbolically to travel alongside parallel with their ship through the river of life. We will practice our way. They were newcomers, visitors. We fed them, healed them and everything that a friend would do to extend best wishes to someone.

The United States and others never appreciated the kindness that the people of the Western Hemisphere have shown. Their response was to try to eliminate us and dispossess us of our homelands.

They started to legislate laws over us, laws that did not apply to human beings. They put us in departments of the government which looks at us as being part of the wildlife, part of the landscape. Today they still do not consider us as human beings. They still put us under a department called ‘the Department of Interior’ and the ‘Bureau of Indian Affairs’. They see us as a population, not as human beings.

Today they try to pass legislation. They claim that their war was over taxation without representation. They were happy that they would have a voice in their future. They, in turn. denied our people our human rights.

Twenty years ago the state of New York again wanted to illegally legislate taxation policies on our people. We again opposed it. We had an information gathering, a ceremony and a family picnic with our grandfathers and grandmothers, the parents and children and so on. 

We were met with baton wielding state police, who said nothing to us but just started beating down on our peoples, arresting and charging us with ridiculous charges. The first thing the state did in their court was to drop all charges because nobody had broken a law. Yet they had beaten down on men, women and children. They did not discriminate. Twenty years ago we looked at justice and never received it. We took it all the way to the Supreme Court of the United States and received absolutely no justice.

They tried to buy their way out of it. Fifteen [out of over 100] of us refused to accept their money. This issue was never about money. We care about our children, our grand children and the faces that are yet unborn. These are the people we have a responsibility to.

We have always been a free people. We have always been sovereign as individuals. We are true sovereigns. We are not a corporation. We are not a nation. We are a people. It is our desire to continue to be a people and to live as free people, the way our ancestors had taught us. We continue this journey in our lives, to be a free people. We think of our people several generations ahead, that we would leave this place in a good way for them.

The United States has never seen things as we see them. They continue today to pollute our land, our waters, our air, our very being. They try to pollute the minds of our children with their propaganda, lies, religions and ongoing genocide. 

Today we bring our words to you in The Hague. We knew we would never receive any true justice in the United States judicial system. We have taken it all the way to prove to all of our people that we would never be able to receive justice in the US system. Now we’ve come to The Hague. We hope there is a chance that you who would hear our voices, would be honest and render a verdict that would give our people justice. But if you don’t, we know why. We will never find justice in any white man’s court. With best wishes I hope that you will find in your minds a justice that would be good and right for the onkwehonweh people in the Western Hemisphere.

I thank you for your time. Onen.     


JULY 4 IS THE US CELEBRATION OF WAR: Billy Joel sings “Goodnight Saigon”. We all want peace. Nature created us to resist until we win: “We met as soulmates On Parris Inland. We left as inmates From an asylum. And we were sharp, As sharp as knives. And we were so gung ho to lay down our lives. . .”

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