MNN: DEMAND PAYMENT LETTER
MNN. Mar. 1, 2013. A letter has been sent to the Corporation of Canada for full payment to Indigenous shareholder, kahentinetha, of her share of the ever-growing Indian Trust Fund, also known as the First Nations Trust Accounts.
FROM: Kahentinetha of Rotino’shonni:onwe P.O. Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec, Canada]J0L 1B0
Mar. 1, 2013
TO: Government of Canada House of Commons Ottawa, Ontario Canada
Attention: Prime Minister Stephen Harper
RE: DEMAND FOR FULL PAYMENT FROM INDIAN TRUST FUND ALSO CALLED FIRST NATIONS TRUST ACCOUNTS
The Government of Canada is the trustee of First Nations Trust Accounts which today contain many trillions of dollars. From that is many billions of dollars a year interest. For 150 years Canada has been receiving, holding and spending it without our knowledge or consent. This money comes from the exploitation of our land and resources which we never surrendered. The 1907 law declaring us as non-persons is no longer in effect. You do not have the power of attorney to do as you wish without our permission. The government has no legal choice but to turn our trusts over to us, the Indigenous beneficiaries.
As a beneficiary to the trust, I demand full payment of my share of the Indian Trust Funds, also called First Nations Trust Accounts. Also, as a shareholder, I am informing you that Canada does not have my permission to take my trust funds by declaring me as a “Canadian” citizen against my will. Furthermore, Canada cannot move or spend any of my trust funds without my permission.
So that Indian Affairs doesn’t administer my funds, I demand that my share of the trust funds be placed with a trustee that I have appointed. If possible, I prefer to have my portion of the Indian Trust Fund delivered in gold bars because it comes from Mother Earth, Onowaregeh.
As Ry Cooder sang: “My telephone rang one evening. My buddy called for me. Said the bankers are all leaving. You’d better come round and see. It started revelation, they robbed the nation blind. They’re all down at the station. No banker left behind.”Ry Cooder : No banker
cc: Hon. Gail Shea, National Revenue Canada, 7th Floor, 555 McKenzie Avenue, Ottawa Canada K1A 0L5; Queen Elizabeth, Buckingham Palace, London England UK;Ms. Mireille Ballestrazzi, President, Deputy Director, and Mrs. Ronald Noble, Secretary International Criminal Police Organization, INTERPOL, 200 Quai Charles DeGaulle, 69006 Lyon, France; Pope, 00120 Via de Pellgrino Citta del Vatican City, Italy; Jim Yong Kim, Madelyn Antoncic, The World Bank, 1818 H Street NW, Washington DC 20433 USA;Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, International Monetary Fund, 700 – 19th Street NW, Washington DC 20431; Sir Mervyn King, Governor, Bank of England, Threadneedle Street, London EC2R8AH UK; Mark Carney, Governor, Bank of Canada, 234 Wellington Street, Ottawa, Canada K1A G90.
http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca/eng/1100100032353#chp8; Manual for the Administration of Band Moneys, Chapter 8 – Preservation of First Nations Capital Trust Funds; http://www.aadnc-aandc.gc.ca; Appendix B – Rates of Interest on Capital and Revenue Accounts.
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