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MNN. 3 oct. 2021. In politics leaders are supposed to lead by example. Trudeau’s stroll on the beach during the first Indigenous “Truth and Reconciliation Day” promotes the horrors of 150 years of genocide. We sense that Trudeau gave us the finger and that genocide will continue. His remedy is for us to reconcile with the murderers, become Canadian citizens to complete the genocide of us and our culture. Remaining onkwehonweh of our homeland, turtle island, is our protection.
It appears that on tianni tiotiakon, [Montreal] which is acknowledged kanienkehaka Mohawk land, there is an epidemic of ‘tourette’s syndrome’ among politicians and candidates running in the current Montreal municipal election. They blurt out uncontrolled sounds that they don’t realize are offensive to us. A ‘diffuse axonal’ head injury victim says that ‘amnesia’ is the fastest growing disease in the country. “Nobody remembers shit about anything”, unless it gets them a vote.
Candidate former Shit Mayor Denis Coderre says about the grandiose development proposed for Mount Royal on unceded Mohawk land in the middle of the city, “There should be no question of allowing some people to get the views because they have the means to live in a tower!” He also is campaigning to return the torn down statue of the father of Canada, the First Prime Minister John A. MacDonald, to the center of the city. He wants to affirm MacDonald’s words in Parliament that, in effect, “all original people are savages and that they should be whitenised”. Today, a foreigner ordering this is guilty of an act of war and hate crime against humanity and should be tried by the world court at The Hague.
In effect, Coderre’s spin is, “That’s how we are going to remember how degenerate he was and the genocide he authored on indigenous people” to wipe us out from the face of the earth. Sounds like members of today’s governments. Coderre hopes someone will put a statue of him in the city for his degeneracy in dumping half the city’s effluent into the St. Lawrence River during his term as mayor. Our culture does not welcome statues of such enemies of mankind on Mohawk land.
Quebec Premier Francois Legault refused to commemorate the September 29 “Truth and Reconciliation Day’ as, “What happened this week will not be what happens in the following ones. . . No holiday. We need productivity in Quebec!” Dissolving the government would be very productive.
The ruling politicians, corporatists and mainstream media suffer the highest level of amnesia.
On the other hand the citizens want to remember the genocide horror that the state conducted on us. They know Canada is built on genocide and murder and that anything based on a lie will always be a lie. On Sept. 29 they wore orange shirts, pants, socks, shoes and hats , carried signs and marched for us that they will not forget. Fully dressed Prime Minister Trudeau strolled on the beach, with his family, to celebrate the horrors of residential school genocide. To carry on he should work on a vaccine for the disease known as ‘Indian Residential School Death Camp amnesia’. The rulers probably want everyone to be tested to make sure they have amnesia of this crime of genocide they have plead guilty to committing.
We onkwehonweh are going to specify the real truths the people will face.
The Mount Royal development is on unceded Mohawk land. The Men’s Fire of Six Nations demanded to be consulted. The Public Consultation Office wants our brief to be posted on their site by November 4, 2021. On November 10 we are being given 10 minutes to give your statement by Zoom, which will be recorded and available to the public on November 11th. Smoke signals shall rise again from our perch on top of the kanienkehaka kanontowano now called Mount Royal.
Note: We should be given more time than Helene Panaioti of the “Friends of the Mounain” or anybody else to discuss our views on this project.
Jimi Hendrix, in “Castles made of Sand” said it right: “Castles made of sand fall into the sea eventually. Disappear with one wave”.
NO MENTIONED OF THE ONKWEHONWEH WHO OWN MOUNT ROYAL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zZ9wUoBPmbw
MOUNT ROYAL A MOUNTAIN TO PROTECT & DISCOVER www.lemontroyal.qc.ca/en