Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Mohawk Nation News 'Visualize the Peace'



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MNN. Dec. 17, 2014. Today is the first day of the solstice. The natural variety of languages will enhance the spreading of the Great Peace throughout the world. Everyone wants to see a world without war for our children. Mohawk Nation News is being translated into many languages. We are grateful for this encouragement. Attached are two articles that were translated into French and German, and an historic Vancouver city council video
“They are always very well read throughout the French speaking communities. French language alternative medias are growing in interest with the territorial and colonial issues brought by the western civilization. We are pleased to think that somehow we have been part of the trigger in the boost of interest, for these essential questions…”
This group in France has translated the 117 wampums of Kaianere’ko:wa into French. Soon it will be on the Mohawk Nation News home page for anyone to print out. The Great Peace definitely has a major role for creating a better world.
This MNN article is translated into German and Dutch.
German reader, a friend of Censored, said the new translator’s German is perfect. The Dutch is by a longtime translator Alice Holemans. Here’s the MNN article with translations at Censored News:
Vancouver mayor and council submit to historic First Nations’ natural ceremony, the “brushing off” ritual, the small condolence ceremony.
John Lennon asked us to: “Imagine there no heaven. Its easy if you try. No hell below us. Above us only sky. Imagine all the people living for today”.

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