Sunday, April 6, 2014

Mohawk Nation News 'Historic Mohawk-Russian Relations'


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MNN. Apr. 5, 2014. Mohawk Nation members are looking for the Two Row Wampum/Guswentha belt. In 1710 at the World’s First International Peace Conference our Haudeonsaunee chiefs presented this belt to the 13 monarchies of Europe and to explain the Great Law of Peace.


Russian Czar, Peter the First, was there.In 1899 Czar Nicholas II of Russia set up the oldest court for international dispute resolution, The Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague. The goals are world peace and an end to war.   The Permanent Court of Arbitration.
The statesman of the Romanov Dynasty.
Peter the Great, the statesman, listened to Rotino’shonni:onwe chiefs in 1710.
We are the victims of the same ‘crown’ criminal bankers and the Vatican corporation that carried out the genocide of over 150 million of our people. Then they murdered the entire imperial family of Russia in 1917 in step with their dastardly plans to take over the world. 
The following Voice of Russia Radio interview, Part I, with Kahentinetha was aired on April 5, 2014. It is about our search for the Guswentha that Peter the Great received at the World’s First International Peace Conference in London in 1710. VOICE OF RUSSIA RADIO interview. American Indians Seeking 1700 Guswentha Peace Treaty Belt.
Russian bear meets Mohawk Bear clan.
Russian bear greets Mohawk Bears.
  • “War is not a polite recreation but the vilest thing in life, and we ought to understand that and not play at war.” - Leo Tolstoy, War and Peace
As Kurt Cobain sang, “I’m worse at what I do best. And for this gift, I feel blest. Hello. Hello. Hello. How low!”. Kurt Cobain, Nirvana. “Smells like teen spirit!”
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