MNN. Apr. 16, 2016.Satehonawawen’akwekon, our mother unites us under one tone. The message from the occupiers of the Indian Affairs slavery machine to the public is: “Don’t give your donations to the [corporate] band council. Give it to the kids.”
The Great White North!
Indian Affairs has to serve us. Corporate Canada calling for no more Indian Act actually means implementing their longtime genocide policy, “Let’s relocate, assimilate or exterminated them!”. The politicians and their corporate partners want our lands under which lie diamond and gold. They want our forests, water and other resources. We are all children of our great mother. They have to remove us by breaking our natural tie to our great mother. Our ancestors gave us a formula for our family, clans and all that lives to survive.
Like everything on ono’ware’geh, Indian Affairs belongs to us. We own the buildings, everything in them and the land it sits on. We never needed this matrix before they arrived. Their mandate to destroy us is not going to happen. We will live by the great peace.
Hey, hear those revolution drums?
Our Indian trust fund is for our sustenance, jobs and decent living conditions to take care of our families and our great mother. Our possessions that are extorted from us and our mother are being used as a club to try to beat us to death.
Let’s start a dialogue with this one corporate tentacle. We need our resources to prepare for the coming faces. We refuse to pushed back into anger, drinking, mobs, and continued oppression by the band/tribal council sub-tentacles. Our resources in our hands will help us in our transition to full partnership with our great mother as creation intended.
Our mother has given us the instinct to survive. Let’s decide how we shall make the transition to fulfill our original instructions to maintain ours and the birthright of the next generations.
creation – fire of the people & clans – circle of the families – peace.
Long after the non-INDIANS are gone we will be here where creation placed us. No one can relinquished our presence here. We constantly pledge allegiance to each other and all life.
Zapatistas: “We hear you!”
All our families belong to this land. This is not a territorial dispute where foreigners play us off against each other. ono’ware:keh, great turtle island, is the mother of all that come from her and are tied to her.
Foreigner sing about the feelings of the matrix towards us: “You’re digging for gold, Yet throwing away a fortune in feelings. But someday you’ll pay. You’re as cold as ice”.