MNN. April 21, 2017. Six Nations is the model for privatization of all our land. Duncan Campbell Scott is singing in his grave.
HDI BOARD: “I TOLD YOU TO KEEP YOUR MOUTH SHUT!”
Everyone knows that both HDI and the Six Nations band council are private registered corporations. The Men’s Fire are suing HDI in Hamilton Court. This rotino’shonni issue does not belong in the Admiralty court.
Haudenosaunee Confederacy Chiefs Council (HCCC) is a registered numbered corporation? Legal advisor Aaron Detlor put in trust 50 chiefs’ titles representing the clans. They are in someone’s name and not transferable. HDI has never produced a copy of the shareholder agreement and all of the minutes of their meetings.
“SO WHAT’S WRONG WITH INCORPORATING OUR PEOPLE WITHOUT TELLING THEM?”
By design almost half of the chiefs are either deceased or the titles are empty. The sitting chiefs said they did not know they were named as shareholders.
The Board of Directors are President Brian Doolittle, Secretary Aaron Detlor and Administration CEO and Director Hazel E. Hill.
THE MEN’S FIRE HAVE DIFFERENT IDEAS.
On October 20, 2014, for $1, Hazel Hill declared she holds the 50 shares of the capital of 2438543 Ontario Inc.
Another corporation, OGWAWISTA INC. SC file No 1-58391, has the same board of directors.
If the court allows the motion, $55 million will be frozen until a new trust fund is set up, probably by the same shysters.
Lynda Powless, a media advisor, said the corporation had bought the shares of Veresen Grand Valley Wind Farm and is planning to buy our stolen land back to return to us!!
THE FAMILY COMPACT & THEIR DINNER PARTIES!
Ogwa whista de dwa snye corporation oversees HCCC revenues and distribution, all run by Detlor.
SMILE. YOU’RE ON CANDID CAMERA!
They want us to buy back our stolen property from the thieves that stole our land, shake their hand and smile for the photos that will be on youtube and the internet.
These chiefs and their cohorts are te-ho-na-ton-koh-ton, those who immerse themselves so that the foreign evil has completely seeped into their being. The Soggy Bottom Boys sing about the chiefs’ constant sorrow since they found out about the corporate fraud their names are associated with: “I’m a man of constant sorrow. I’ve known trouble all my days. I’ll say goodbye and leave tomorrow and I won’t be back this way. Misery is nothing new to me. Memories will fade in time. Another day some new tomorrow, just might ease my troubled mind”.
Congratulations to Viceland's 'Rise' and to the water protectors for awakening the world -- Censored News
Green Film Fest San Francisco
2017 Best Feature Award: At the heart of this passionate docuseries is injustice; the rights of a dispossessed, persecuted race abused by state and corporations in avaricious pursuit of natural resources. Resistance by the Sioux at Standing Rock to running the Dakota Access Pipeline through ancestral lands creates a movement, a pan-tribal protest. Their 2016 non-violent demonstration swells from hundreds to thousands with all first nation tribes represented defending their sovereign rights. Hope is embodied in a cross-generation alliance of women. Ladonna Brave Bull Allard and Billie Jean Three Legs personify the first nation’s past, present and future. Grandmothers recall a land lost to dams; teenagers speak against escalating sexual violence against native women; young mothers defend their children’s right to clean water. Mni wiconi (water is life) - Nadia Ward
Part of RISE - a Viceland docuseries series which examines indigenous life in the modern age and gives viewers a rare glimpse into the front line of indigenous-led resistance. This program includes two episodes: Sacred Water: Standing Rock, Part I and Red Power: Standing Rock, Part II.
DISCUSSION WITH: Michelle Latimer, filmmaker; Rachel Caplan, SF Green Film Festival