MNN. Sept. 15, 2013. The settlers are restless! Corporation of Quebec Premier, Pauline Marois, has issued her “Charter of Values” that her people must follow and how her political opponents will be eliminated. The rest of Canada has already put this program in motion. The state sets the values to which everyone is subordinated. Labor unions, monopolies, industrialists, party bureaucrats and civil servants are placed under state authoritarian control. The corporate hierarchy of war is strengthened. The masses support the regime in exchange for jobs. Between 1925 and 1938 Italian fascist leader, Benito Mousselini, tried this. He failed.
A colonial war of conquest among the settlers is being declared. Society is anti-Muslim, anti-Semitic, anti-Immigrant. The corporation’s greatest fear is that the land and resources are owned by the Indigenous. It is the only economic base for Quebec’s and Canada’s existence. War is declared to eliminate us, our ties to our land and resources, funds and rights.
These national values weren’t on Onowaregeh/Great Turtle Island 20,000 years ago!
The state is in the midst of social, economic and political decay. Everyone exists for the state, which is going to provide everything for a price. Canada is in the final stage of full-blown fascism as defined by artificial political scientists and pseudo historians. People are being prepared to conduct an imperial war to annihilate all Indigenous nations, with force, murder, terrorism and coercion. Of course, their corporate band council/tribal and national Injuns will give them a helping hand.
Big business is defended. The masses must give up their right to strike, lock-outs and protests. Nationalistic slogans and images bombard their media. In 1936, a Hitler Youth anthem summed up Nazism’s fatal view, that, “The Swastika brings salvation on Earth.”
Mohawks and Six Nations had no crosses on top of Mount Royal before the arrival of these Euro-centric fascist settlers!
People power works, then and now. Don’t be fooled. Pauline Marois sure has a bleak future for us women: “And wheel the wheel by day/So by night I feel so weary that I never get out to play”.Betty Hutton: Sewing Machine Song.