August 2020

Indigenous Peoples and Human Rights

Tuesday, January 11, 2022

MOHAWK NATION NEWS -- KAHNISTENSERA TO STRIKE OUT MCGILL, ROYAL VIC, MONTREAL & STANTIC

KAHNISTENSERA TO STRIKE OUT MCGILL, ROYAL VIC, MONTREAL & STANTIC Audio

The teiohateh two row is the relationship between us and the colonists, the canoe and the ship. The peace, friendship and respect was to keep us side by side on our land and water. The ship is temporarily tied to our land with the silver covenant chain. We are now asking those on the ship to respond.   

PART I AUDIO: [in 3 parts]

Listen to audio at MNN \https://mohawknationnews.com/blog/2022/01/11/kahnistensera-to-strike-out-mcgill-royal-vic-montreal-stantic-audio

 MNN. Jan. 10, 2022. Section 35 [1] of the Constitution Act of Canada, 1982, provides “the existing precolonial aboriginal and treaty rights of the aboriginal people [of turtle island] ARE HEREBY RECOGNIZED AND AFFIRMED”. Section 52 [1] affirms that “‘any law that is inconsistent with the provisions of the constitution is, to the extent of the inconsistency, OF NO FORCE OR EFFECT. 

Therefore, the kaianerekowa, which is the existing aboriginal legal system which we have inherited from precolonial times which was never revoked or conceded, is the supreme law of “Canada”. All laws not recognized by kaianerekowa are of no force or effect on any of our land.


Fallon Paiute Shoshone: Judge Halts Geothermal Project Days Before Bulldozers Start Destroying Sacred Springs





Judge Halts Nevada Geothermal Energy Project Days Before Bulldozers Set to Start Destroying Sacred Springs

By Center for Biological Diversity
Patrick Donnelly pdonnelly@biologicaldiversity.org
January 4, 2022
Censored News


RENO, Nevada — A federal judge today halted the start of construction on the Dixie Meadows geothermal energy project in central Nevada. The judge found that the project posed significant risk of harm to the Fallon Paiute-Shoshone Tribe and the ecosystems there.

Today’s ruling from U.S. District Judge Robert Clive Jones responds to a Dec. 16 lawsuit filed by the Tribe and the Center for Biological Diversity against the Bureau of Land Management for approving the project. The lawsuit says construction of the geothermal energy project threatens to dry up hot springs that are sacred to the Tribe and form a huge wetland ecosystem that is an oasis in the Great Basin Desert.