Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

February 28, 2020

Mohawk Nation News 'McGill Law Students Stand with Wet'suwet'en'

Posted on February 28, 2020

Mohawk Nation News

MNN. 28 FEB. 2020. akwehon ionkateriwarani entitawaneh. We are not Canadians.

The constitution act of 1982 is a continuation of their colonization of our land and people. It is impossible to bring our issues on colonization and genocide to the Admiralty Courts, WHICH IS FOR BANKS, CORPORATIONS ALWAYS ABOUT MONEY. The kaianerekowa was and still is the original law of this land. Our relationships are based on the teiohateh, the two row agreement.

McGill law students say that the indigenous people should be given the most respect because of sovereign law. UNDRIP UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People declared in 2007 has not been adopted by Canada. onowarekeh, turtle island, is the birthright of the tahatikonsontontie, the unborn onkwehonweh. According to our culture each of us are the original caretakers of all of turtle island. No one has a right to convey, surrender or sell any part of onowarekeh. It belongs only to the future generations placed on turtle island by creation.

Minister of Justice David Lametti of the government of Canada ignores the violation of our culture as caretakers of the land. Foreign entities cannot impose fraudulent documents that convey the land of our unborn to anybody. We were invaded. onowarekeh was usurped. We were placed in POW camps called “reserves”. There was no war. The foreigners set about to extinguish us. They had the plan, the military and the weapons to take what they stole through their false claim ‘doctrine of discovery’. The Roman Catholic Pope declares he owns all heathen lands on the earth given to him by God. Anything based on a lie will always be a lie.

Tohono O'odham Chairman testifies on dynamiting of O'odham burial place for the border wall

Blasting on Monument Hill at Organ Pipe National Monument on Wednesday. Photo Josh Galemore.

Tohono O'odham Nation Chairman Ned Norris, Jr.

Destruction of a sacred cultural site

 in international conflict is a war crime

By Brenda Norrell

WASHINGTON -- Tohono O'odham Nation Chairman Ned Norris, Jr., testified before a Congressional committee and described the agony of knowing that as he testified, the Trump administration was blowing up a burial place of his ancestors for the border wall.

"It's hard to see the blasting you showed on the video today because I know in my heart and what our elders have told us and what we have learned that that area was home to our ancestors," said Norris, choking up. "Blasting and doing what we saw today has totally disturbed, totally forever damaged our people."

Wet'suwet'en demand RCMP stand down, discussions begin


Wet'suwet'en demand RCMP stand down, discussions begin

Wet'suwet'en Access Point on Gidimt'en Territory
Censored News
Feb. 27, 2020

We are seeing many pre-emptive and presumptive news reports, erroneously confirming that we have come to an agreement with the RCMP and the state. Before talks had even begun, mainstream and right wing media was reporting an end to the discussion, seeking to quell dissent and silence support for our position.

We confirm that discussions have begun today, but the terms of the discussions have yet to be determined and agreed upon.

We have not yet received, as a gesture of respect from the RCMP, the written confirmation that our demands will be met and upheld while discussions are ongoing, nor that discussions will continue after February 28th.

Please stand by and watch our pages and that of Unist'ot'en Camp for progress and updates. We thank you for your continued solidarity and support in this pivotal and stressful time.

Bomb threat made against Wet'suwet'en and Tyendinaga Mohawks as far right escalates talks of violence

Bomb threat made against Wet'suwet'en and Tyendinaga Mohawks as far-right escalates talks of violence

By Erin Seattler
Ricochet media
A bomb threat made against the Wet’suwet’en and Tyendinaga Mohawks comes during escalating discussions of violence among Canada’s far-right, whose latest obsession is the non-violent Indigenous sovereignty movement that has dominated headlines for weeks.
“You and your punk friends, the Mohawk warriors, need to call off the blockades,” reads an email sent on Feb. 26 to addresses associated with the Wet’suwet’en and Tyendinaga township.
“If you don’t, you will find a bomb in your mailbox, and your parents will be in danger.
“This is a threat, you are on notice.”
The email address used to send the threat is linked to a recently suspended Twitter account, according to Anti-Racist Canada, a collective that tracks hate and extremism.
Read the article at Ricochet media:

Tyendinaga Mohawks re-establish camp with big tent after police raid

Tyendinaga Mohawks re-established camp after the police raid, put up a big tent, and now welcome others out to Wyman Road.
Video by Real Peoples Media.
On Friday evening, Feb. 28, 2020, a live stream shows two big tents at the Tyendinaga Camp on Wyman Road
"These camps are not going anywhere, they are just getting bigger."
"This is one of the most serious blockade tents I've ever seen."
"There's not a lot of trains going by, don't believe the hype."
"Nothing is over."
"Camp is still here," said the broadcaster from the Wyman Road Camp, where RCMP raided on Monday.
Watch Friday evening broadcast on Facebook:

February 27, 2020

Music video: Tyendinaga Mohawks re-establish camp with giant tent

It’s takes village to stop a genocide — Mohawks set up giant tent

Real Peoples Media, Wednesday night, Feb. 26, 2020

Real Peoples Media
6 hrs ·
Even as a train rolled by last night, Mohawks gathered in a harsh rainstorm to put up a massive series of tents to house people on Wyman Rd. The people are building infrastructure and capacity for those willing to stand up against RCMP and OPP bullying on unceded indigenous lands.
Supporters of the Wet’suwet’en and Mohawks are invited to come and join the camp. Bring your own tents, plan to stay a while, follow the direction of camp organizers, bring what you need to support yourselves, and come be a part of history.

Mohawk Nation News 'Expect our Resistance'

Posted on February 27, 2020

Expect our Resistance 

Mohawk Nation News

MNN. 27 Feb. 2020. Canada was made with the “last spike” of the illegal railroad paid for by the stolen “indian trust fund”. For every mile of track across Canada is a dead “indian”. In the front car was the army with gatling guns. That is why the private CN and CP rail companies never made a treaty with the original people of BC.


Read article at Mohawk Nation News

Mohawk describes being punched and choked by police during attack at Tyendinaga

Punched, thrown on the ground and choked by police on Tyendinaga land, Mohawk Land Defender Nick Kolbasook describes the OPP attack at Wyman's Road in Tyendinaga

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Nick Kolbasook, Akwesasne Mohawk, said Tyendinaga Mohawk asked for help as they made their stand in solidarity with Wet'suwet'en and it was his responsibility to help.

When the Ontario Provincial Police attacked the Tyendinaga alongside the rail tracks on Monday, he said, "I wasn't resisting." 

Nick describes in this video how five police grabbed him, and two began punching him. Then they threw him on the ground.

"Two of them started punching me."

"They piled on me, drove me to the ground," he said, describing how they stepped on his arm.

"They began kicking me in the face," he said adding that they kicked him in the head.

"I got kicked in the face a lot."

"One of them got down and started choking me."

Nick was unable to breathe until the officer stopped choking him. 

Then he was arrested and stuffed into a dog cage.

Nick said the police came on to Tyendinaga land and attacked the people. "This is all Mohawk territory."

"They brutalized people and treated people like animals."

"I love all my people. I love my land."

"Our laws, our traditions were here before Canadian laws."

Nick's message is for people to have more compassion and understanding, and to take on more responsibility.

After the public viewed this video yesterday, there has been a widespread demand for felony assault charges to be filed against the Ottawa Provincial Police officers who committed this crime.

Real Peoples Media said, "In this video Nick Kolbasook speaks about what happened to him when the OPP violently attacked Mohawk people who refused to let trains run through their lands. The Mohawks objected to Canada committing an act of genocide by using the RCMP to forcefully remove the Wet'suwet'en people from their lands in order to run a pipeline through their pristine lands."

Watch video at Real Peoples Media

Mohawk Warriors on Tracks: Train Did Not Slow Down

This train did not slow down or stop for Tyendinaga Mohawks at Camp B on the tracks. "If the Warriors didn't move, they would have been hit," Real Peoples Media broadcaster said during the live stream at 11:50 a.m. "This could be seen as a major escalation."
Fires of wooden pallets were burning on the tracks to halt trains, as well as one vehicle.

Tyendinaga Mohawk Standoff with Police Along the Rail Tracks: Fires on Tracks, Mohawk Warriors on Tracks, Train Did Not Slow Down or Stop

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
Feb. 26, 2020
Updated Feb. 27

Mohawk Warriors were on the tracks at 11 a.m. today and a train did not stop as it came through the Tyendinaga Mohawk Camp B. Mohawks are standing in solidarity with the Hereditary Chiefs of Wet'suwet'en and their struggle to protect their land from Coastal GasLink pipeline in B.C.
The young Mohawks Warriors would have been killed just now if they had not jumped off the tracks at the last minute, as shown in live coverage here by Real Peoples Media.
"We're standing with them because of climate change," Mohawk Spitting Bear told Censored News just now.
"We have a right to self-determination on our own land. We can ensure biodiversity."
"The world realizes we have the right ideas on environment and forest controlled burns."
"Trudeau's action reflects his relationship with oil and gas. They own him. This is the real threat to humanity."
"Trudeau is fighting back by going after Native People. Using chemical weapons, with tear gas pointed," Spitting Bear said as Belleville Police along the rail tracks held tear gas and weapons pointed at the Tyendinaga Mohawk camp today.
"We manage our relationship with Mother Earth," Spitting Bear said.

Watch live on Facebook on Real Peoples Media

Across Canada today, blockades are currently underway at borders, bridges, ports, highways and on the tracks, after Hereditary Chiefs were arrested on Monday and Tuesday at the Secwepemc and Gitxsan rail blockades in B.C.
On Monday, the Tyendinaga Mohawk camp was raided and 10 Warriors were arrested.

Fires burning on tracks alongside Tyendinaga Camp B on Wednesday

Quebec Premier makes inflammatory statement about weapons

Meanwhile, the Premier of Quebec is making false statements about Mohawks having automatic weapons.
Kenneth Deer, a spokesperson for the protesters in Kahnawake, said Legault was making “false statements.”
“We are absolutely shocked and totally dismayed by the comments of Premier Legault,” Deer, secretary of the Mohawk Nation of Kahnawake, told Montreal Gazette.
“I think it’s highly irresponsible. We are totally and absolutely not armed and we don’t intend to be armed.”
Deer said the people of Kahnawake “are committed to a peaceful resolve and continue to support the Wet’suwet’en people in this struggle.”
The Mohawk Council of Kahnawake also denounced Legault’s statements.
“The Premier needs to be far more careful in his actions,” Ietsénhaienhs Kahsennenhawe Sky-Deer said in a statement. “Once certain statements are made, they often can’t be taken back. Using terms like “armed” and “AK-47’s” is extremely inflammatory and, in fact, dangerous. It could be interpreted as an intent to incite a response.”
Speaking in French: "The Sûreté du Québec is slow to intervene to lift the blockade in Kahnawake since residents of the reserve have assault weapons," said Premier François Legault.

Arrests now number 127
Attorney Irinia Ceric said today that it appears that the total number of Wetsuweten Solidarity and 'Shutdown Canada' arrests is 127. This is not including the 29 arrests on #Wetsuweten territory during the enforcement of the CGL injunction. There were 16 arrests at two actions in late January.

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Wet'suwet'en talks with government may be back on -- but Hereditary Chiefs refuse to ask others to stand down

 Na'moks, a spokesman for the Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs, holds a press conference in Smithers, B.C., Tuesday, Jan.7, 2020,. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Amy Smart

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News

Feb. 26, 2020

Wet'suwet'en Hereditary Chiefs said the meeting with Canada and BC, canceled hours ago because they refused to ask others to stand down, may be back on.

The government is now saying it was all a terrible miscommunication.

"A proposed meeting on Thursday between the Wet’suwet’en hereditary chiefs and provincial and federal government officials could be happening after all, the chiefs tell Global News.

February 26, 2020

Tyendinaga Live Wednesday Night Solidarity with Wet'suwet'en: Real Peoples Media

Kahnawake Mohawks reinforce barricade after railroad gains injunction

Kahnawake Mohawks reinforced a barricade today.
The injunction from CN railroad has not yet been delivered to Kahnawake Mohawks, south of Montreal.
by Montreal Gazette
Watch below:

Barricade has support of Kahnawake community

Montreal Gazette
“Visitors come with coffee, food, firewood and other goods to keep the protesters on the tracks supplied with everything they need for a long standoff. Others come just to keep their friends and relatives company, often with babies or small children in tow.” Barricade has support of Kahnawake Mohawk community: Montreal Gazette.
Breaking news Wednesday afternoon:
Wetsuweten Hereditary Chief Na'moks says governments canceled meetings with the Hereditary Chiefs at around 4:30PM today. "We would not ask other nations and allies to step down so both Governments have walked away," he said. Na'moks said BC and Canada had asked us to ask other nations and allies to step down. "We can't do that ... We live in a free country, we can't do that." Na'moks said the Mohawks are free to make their own decisions. Listen here on Twitter;
Haudenosaunee statement: "Premier Legault Makes False Statement about Weapons'

ARIZONA BORDER WALL: Blasting of Mountain Sacred to O'odham Now Being Protested

Wednesday, Feb. 26 photo by Laiken Jordahl

Wednesday Border Wall Action Planned at Arizona’s Organ Pipe National Monument

By the Center for Biological Diversity
Censored News
Contact: Laiken Jordahl,

LUKEVILLE, Ariz.— Activists will gather Wednesday morning near Monument Hill to protest the Trump administration’s blasting of a sacred mountain to build the border wall through Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, a UNESCO biosphere reserve.

Customs and Border Protection scheduled a media event Wednesday, including detonations on the hill, at the same time that Tohono O’odham Chairman Ned Norris will testify at a congressional hearing about the administration’s destruction of sacred sites and cultural heritage.

“Blowing up sacred land is horrifying enough, but now the Trump administration will hold a dog-and-pony show to brag about it,” said Laiken Jordahl, borderlands campaigner at the Center for Biological Diversity. “It’s heartbreaking to watch them butcher this spectacular national monument and desecrate sacred indigenous lands. We’ll continue to fight Trump’s despicable border wall every step of the way .”

What: Protesters from environmental and indigenous groups will protest Trump’s border wall and destruction of Organ Pipe’s Monument Hill.

When: Wednesday, Feb. 26, at 10 a.m.

Where: Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, base of Monument Hill, South Puerto Blanco Road

Media availability: Activists with the Center for Biological Diversity and Sierra Club and members of the Tohono O’odham Nation will be available for interviews.


The Trump administration is blowing up Monument Hill in Organ Pipe National Monument, home to endangered species and Native American burial sites, to build the border wall. Contractors are extracting millions of gallons of groundwater to mix concrete for the wall, imperiling Quitobaquito Springs. This rare desert oasis is home to two endangered species, the Sonoyta mud turtle and Quitobaquito pupfish.

More than 100 miles of new border-wall construction are planned or underway across Arizona, paid for with funds Trump diverted from Defense Department budgets. To rush wall construction, Trump waived dozens of laws that protect public lands, cultural resources, sacred sites and endangered wildlife. The Center and allies have sued to challenge Trump’s emergency declaration, which is funding this construction.
Blasted area at Monument Hill in Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Photo credit: Laiken Jordahl/Center for Biological Diversity. Images are available for media use.

The Center for Biological Diversity is a national, nonprofit conservation organization with more than 1.7 million members and online activists dedicated to the protection of endangered species and wild places.

Statement on Arrest of Documentary Filmmaker at New Hazelton Rail Blockade

Statement on the Arrest of Documentary Filmmaker Melissa Cox

We are outraged by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) decision to arrest our long-time colleague, journalist and filmmaker Melissa Cox, on the evening of February 24th 2020, at New Hazelton on unceded Gitxsan territory.

Ms. Cox has been documenting Wet’suwet’en land defenders’ efforts to resist Coastal GasLink’s pipeline project for nearly two months, filming for a documentary by the working title YINT’AH of which we are the producers, and filing video reports with other media outlets.

February 25, 2020

O'odham Burial Place to be Blown Up as O'odham Chairman Testifies on Sacred Site Destruction on Wednesday

Laiken Jordahl, documenting the destruction on the Arizona border said, "In my dozens of visits to Organ Pipe since wall construction started, I've never seen a cactus being transplanted. Here's what's actually happening on the border."

O'odham Burial Place to be Blown Up as O'odham Chairman Testifies on Sacred Site Destruction on Wednesday

By Brenda Norrell
Censored News
Feb. 25, 2010

Update: Tohono O'odham testified before Congressional committee

Update on the protest today, Wednesday:

Tohono O'odham Chairman Ned Norris, Jr., will testify before a Congressional hearing on the destruction of sacred sites on Wednesday at 2 pm. On the same day, the United States will blow up Monument Hill on Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument, where O'odham burial remains were recently found.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection, with the Army Corps of Engineers, is planning to carry out the detonation of Monument Hill.

Currently, federal court cases have been unable to halt the destruction of sacred places, burial places and endangered species for the border wall construction here, near Ajo, Arizona.

Trump has waived all federal laws, including those that protect Native American burial places and endangered species to build the border wall.

Already, the border wall is viewed as a symbol of hate and racism. Besides this, it is ridiculous. An eight-year-old scaled a mock border wall in seconds. In California, a hole was cut out of the wall large enough to drive a truck through it.

In other places, flood gates are necessary at the bottom, which are kept open, providing an open door to anyone. Further, ladders have been used for easy access over the border wall.

The expensive border wall is being constructed at an incredible price to the pristine Sonoran Desert, the people, plants, animals, the water and the ancestors.

Laiken Jordahl, with the Center for Biological Diversity, has documented the destruction. There are endangered species found nowhere else in the world but here, in this special place in the Sonoran Desert. Quitobquito Spring is a sacred place for Tohono O'odham.

On Monday, Laiken said of the photo above, "A massive excavator just arrived at Quitobaquito Spring."
"It’s digging in the Roosevelt easement just south of the pond, in an area known to contain archeological resources. It’s the same area the O’odham chairman repeatedly requested not be disturbed."

"They’re excavating a literal stone’s throw from Quitobaquito pond—the only place in the world where the endangered Quitobaquito pupfish live. DHS waived all laws that protect endangered species, cultural resources and indigenous graves."

Laiken posted an alert today about the detonation and Congressional hearing.


Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States

Subcommittee Hearing: Destroying Sacred Sites and Erasing Tribal Culture: The Trump Administration’s Construction of the Border Wall

Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States
Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2020 Time: 02:00 PMLocation: Longworth House Office Building 1324 Presiding: The Hon. Ruben Gallego

On Wednesday, February 26, 2020, at 2:00 p.m. in Room 1324 Longworth House Office Building, the Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States (SCIP) will hold an oversight hearing entitled, “Destroying Sacred Sites and Erasing Tribal Culture: The Trump Administration’s Construction of the Border Wall.”

Witness List

The Honorable Ned Norris, Jr.

Chairman The Tohono O’odham Nation

Sells, AZ

Dr. Anna Maria Ortiz

Director, Natural Resources and Environment

U.S. Government Accountability Office

Washington, D.C.

Ms. Sarah Krakoff

Moses Lasky Professor of Law

University of Colorado Law School

Boulder, CO

Ms. Shannon Keller O’Loughlin

Executive Director

Association on American Indian Affairs

Rockville, MD

Mr. Steve Hodapp

Retired Independent Contractor & Environmental Specialist

Lexington, VA

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Secwepemc Rail Blockade: Hereditary Chief Arrested

BREAKING: 3 arrested in Secwépemc’ulecw Nation including 1 Hereditary Chief.

More actions in Shut Down Canada on Facebook at:

URGENT CALL OUT: 15 RCMP vehicles along with CP Rail police are meeting in Chase, we are on the highway 5 km West of Chase, across the highway from Neskonlith hall. We are asking for all support to attend the Sacred Fire immediately.
The Secwepemc Sacred Fire was lit last night, February 24 at 8pm in solidarity with our Wet’suwet’en brothers and sisters.
From one fire place to another we are uniting to challenge the Canadian government to fulfill its promises and obligations to our Nations. We have lived too long without recognition and protection of our rights and title, of our pristine land and clean water. We have suffered for generations, our children taken from us, our forests cut down, our mountains mined, our homes destroyed, our People displaced. Canada has no deed to our lands, no right to exert the violent jurisdiction of resource extractive industry.
The RCMP and CGL must remove themselves from Wet’suwet’en Territory and they must do so immediately so that we may begin to reconcile our relationships with each other and with the land.
Secwepemc Women’s Sacred Fire Council


Mohawk Nation News
MNN. Feb. 25, 2020. The wetsuweten issue is political. CN stopped their own trains, not the natives.

On Feb. 16 the prime Ministers office PMO announced, “Following the government’s ongoing efforts to address infrastructure disruptions across the country, the Prime Minister will convene on Feb. 17 tomorrow to discuss steps forward. Our priority remains the safety and security of all Canadians and the swift resolution of this issue. To restore service across the rail system in accordance with the law.” Rule of law is based upon the Jay Treaty of Trade & Commerce 1794, Article 3 [the achilles heel] exempts “Indians” and any settlers who chose to follow their law. The Government of Canada is the only one breaking international law.  


The Incident Response Group Division of A.R.T. Aboriginal Response Team are moibilized when the onkwehonweh rise up against the genocide. PM Trudeau, Deputy PM Freeland, Justice Lametti, Public Safety Bill Blair, Transport Marc Garneau. Marc Miller [Minister of Colonialism], Carolyn Bennett [Minister of Termination] to brief them on the Saturday Feb. 15 meeting in kentekeh. Attendees were sworn to secrecy. Everything to do with us is secret from orders coming from the ART/CSIS who are akin to the Gestapo in NAZI Germany. Chief Woos of wetsuweten phoned into the meeting.
Canada will collapse when the world sees who they truly are, a resource extraction company extorting indigenous people. The “rule of law” of onowarekeh turtle island is the kaianerekowa, the great peace. The Cana’jon rule  Admiralty law to protect their stolen booty.  
The Canadians cana’jon made us to watch our children die, our mother earth violently raped. To us people matter more than profit. Our duty is to save this planet. These enemies of life will be buried in our mother.  
Those who refuse to pledge allegiance to the kaianerekowa are breaking tye law of the land.
The cana’jon made an oath to the Queen of England and the shareholders, the bankers in the City of London. 
The invading predators ‘rule of law’ is designed to stop us from defending ourselves, which violates the kaianerekowa.
Canada is not a country. It has no land, culture and language [violates Montevideo Convention 1934.] The Framework Agreement designed by the corporations is to get another 20 years of unfettered resource extraction. Their corporate bodies make oaths of allegience to the queen of England. Trudeau wants to bring in 1 million more immigrants. The must apply to the onkwehonwehonweh. We will decide where they will live.   
Don Henley shows the business plan of the mainstream media. “Well, I could have been an actor, but I wound up here. I just have to look good. I don’t have to be clear. Come and whisper in my ear. Give us dirty laundry. Kick ’em when they’re up. Kick ’em when they’re down. Kick ’em when they’re up. Kick ’em all around.” 
Don Henley shows the business plan of the mainstream media. “Well, I could have been an actor, but I wound up here. I just have to look good. I don’t have to be clear. Come and whisper in my ear. Give us dirty laundry. Kick ’em when they’re up. Kick ’em when they’re down. Kick ’em when they’re up. Kick ’em all around.”

Nennen enhonwatiriwaheraseh ne skennenkowa, ahtiriwayenehna ne tihononwentsateh, skatneh tsi enhatsisenhayen. Karikwakwarishontsera enwatston tsi tenhonwatinikonrakakenni ne tihononwentsakeh tahnon enhonwatieretsaron ne ahatiyena ne skennenkowa. toka ne wisk nihononwentsakeh iatahatikweni ne entowatierentakwe, sekon ensontenienton, tanon toka sekon iatasaskkotinikonkenni, ensontienton ahsenhaton, toniioreh iatenkariwatane ne skehnasonha tsi ahonwatirwanontonseh. Ne asenhaton ensatitsenhayen, aserakowa ne wisk nihononwent enhoriwanintononseh neronkwakowanon ne tihonnenwentsateh ashen nienkayenthe ne ahariwayena skennenkowa. Tkatonienkayenteh enhariwason ne nihonwentsateh ronwakowanen, onen katine aserakowaenhatjaweh ne karaken nikarowasoten, owentsakeh ienkaientaneh tanoniosnoreh ohenton iatentanitsonkwakwe tanomtenhonwarekeh tsi enrenheyeh ne tihononwentsateh ronnwakowanen. Oksak enhonnenhatsteh ne enionteriyo tanon ne aserakowa tanonne ratitiokwa enhontatehweyenentaneh. Ionhontahsonteren tsienhonteriio tsiniioreh enhontkweni ne wisk nihononwentsake. satekon ni wason satekon.