Zapatistas stand under the Zapatista flag during 20th anniversary celebrations of the armed indigenous insurgency in Oventic December 31, 2013. | Photo: Reuters
Published 1 January 2015
The rebel group issued an invitation to the parents of missing students to participate as guests of honor at events commemorating the 1994 uprising.
In a moving ceremony held during the commemoration of the anniversary of the 1994 uprising, members of the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) affirmed their support for the parents of the forcibly disappeared 43 students from the Ayotzinapa teachers' training college.
MNN. 3 Jan. 2015. The National Museum in Ottawa is removing the vast Ongwe’hon:weh exhibit. The new theme for the existence of Canada is based on corporate fiction. Education about us is one page in a history book. We are now being forced to sell ourselves as being incorporated INDIANS or being packed and stored with the rest of the original exhibition. CANADA’s corporate policy towards Ongwe’hon:weh business development is: no jobs except for their INDIAN agents, theft of our economy, starving our businesses by harassing our customers, starving us into submission and a disappeared people has no need or right to lands and resources. This is their business plan.
Harper’s has to fit this turkey into his new corporate colonial history story.
The incorporated INDIANS integrate and assimilate for their own profit, while true Ongwe’hon:weh professionals are driven out of our communities. We are betrayed for that government cheque. They make us give up our languages, culture and very identity, while holding the guns that are turned on us.
Strictly maintained records of bloodlines categorize us as “full”, “half” and “quarter” bloods, to tear our communities apart. Blood quantum legislation is apartheid. Incorporated INDIANS facilitate the policy of racial hatred, following a tradition like that of Hitler’s ”judenrats” [collaborators]. We condemn those who willingly take up this foreign identity? Those who do so “under duress” should remember what our Kaia’nere:kowa allows.
INDIANS Inc. Atleo, Mercredi & Fontaine: “We got to the top of the corporate INDIAN ladder by pow-wowing our own people! And we got off-shore bank accounts. Ha-ha-ha!”
The incorporated INDIANS, recruited to carry out this oligarchic agenda, finger independent thinkers. They spout pro Ongwe’hon:weh rhetoric at us, like “We oppose what Canada is TRYING to do to our people” [?!]. At the same time they are the front line of the state assassination troops. We are being labeled as “subversives” with no trial or due process. The incorporated INDIANS are part of the white serpent that has us squeezed so tight we can’t breathe, trying to steal our life, breath by breath.
The masters study the traitors thoroughly, what makes them tick, their fears and shame. They are paid well for what they do. In the natural world, the law of karma is, number 1. you will reap what you sow. Their masters tell them, “Keep speaking out of the side of your mouth” and “Keep playing those suckers”. It’s a prostitute/pimp relationship. The traitors among us cannot survive, their actions will reveal who they are. The natural law will prevail. As in the forest, if a bear betrays another bear, there will be only one bear left.
Incorporated INDIAN Chief: “I sort of look like an INDIAN!”
The life of the quisling is – scared, vulnerable, doomed, uncertain, paranoid, undeserving. Someone will tell on me! The agent councilors and the agent chiefs go on feeding the flow of information right to the War Room at Indian Affairs of Canada Ink.
“I stand up next to a mountain and i chop it down with the edge of my hand. And I pick up all the pieces, make an island, might even raise a little sand. Cause i’m a voo-doo child.”