CENSORED NEWS: February 2013

Frontline Warriors at White Clay Feb. 28, 2013

White Clay, Thurs., Feb. 28, 2013. Photo by Joey Feaster

Sheridan County Sheriff accused of being drunk at the scene, as protesters demand an end to liquor profiteers on the border of Lakota land at Pine Ridge, S.D. By Brenda Norrell Censored News http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com

Photo by Joey Feaster

Lakota warriors and allies stand in unison against police tonight, Thursday night, Feb. 28, 2013. Oglala President Bryan Brewer, still in a wheelchair after his accident, was present to support the action against the liquor profiteers at the border of Lakota land. President Brewer vowed to shut down liquor stores in the bordertown. Read his statement: http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2013/03/oglala-president-vows-to-shut-down.html An Idle No More style Round Dance was held during the gathering to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of Wounded Knee, “Liberation Day!” As usual, police arrived in force to protect the abusive business practices of the bar owners in White Clay, Nebraska, at the border of Pine Ridge, South Dakota.

Sheridan Co. Sheriff Terry Robbins at White Clay, Feb. 28, 2013 Photo credit Joey Feaster

Jerry Feaster said, “Remember these cops protect the right of the bar owners to sell alcohol not to protect the members of the community.” “This is Sheridan County Sheriff Terry Robbins (on left.) Sheriff Robbins was accused of being drunk by the Lakota warriors and relatives while performing a round dance on the north side of White Clay, Nebraska. Sheriff Robbins was on duty, operating a state vehicle, and carrying a firearm. Robbins was given a breathalyzer by his own state trooper in front of all community members present at the direct action protest. Robbins passed the breath test, but in my opinion, it was botched.” Protesters said videos posted reveal Sheriff Robbins was slurring his speech.

VIDEO White Clay Round Dance Idle No More by Joey Feaster

Video Wounded Knee Liberation Day 2013

Thanks to Clarence Rowland for sharing!

First Nation Terrance Nelson \’Rigged Election!\’

Rigged Election!
How Canada controls First Nations, and keeps the \’scouts\’ on councils
Statement by Terrance Nelson
First Nation Roseau River
Censored News
February 28th 2013
In middle east countries, drones kill anyone who opposes the west. In Canada it is much more subtle, it is done with divide and conquer and helping the “good Indians” the scouts to knock of the “bad Indians.”

Mohawk Nation News \’Political Paranoia\’


MNN. Feb. 28, 2013. Political paranoia is being considered a mental disorder. Those who question everything and especially conspiracy theorists, are considered to suffer from political paranoia. Every social disaster or political movement has its loonies: Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot. Jim Jones, Duncan Campbell Scott, Steven Harper, Tom Flanagan, Crusty the Clown, Federal Court of Canada, etc. What conditions have to exist before the paranoia is believed? As soon as it appears on mainstream TV or media, everybody believes it. If it s not, they don t believe it. Take the test to see if you are paranoid.

If you do not read the news, you are uninformed. If you do, you are misinformed. Mark Twain

Mohawk Nation News \’Corporatist Usurpation\’



MNN. Feb. 27, 2013. Cayuga chief of the Iroquois Confederacy, Deskahe, was sent to the League of Nations in Geneva in 1922 to apply for membership and to try to influence it to become an egalitarian system. The bankers wanted one world government with a hierarchy controlled by them. We were sponsored but usurped by the bankers.

Video Wounded Knee 40th Anniversary Celebration

Thank you Chase Iron Eyes for sharing the video!

Photos 40th Anniversary of Wounded Knee

Photo Kristi Eaton via Twitter
Photo KILI Radio
Photo Chase Iron Eyes/Last Real Indians More 2013 photos in video format: http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2013/02/video-wounded-knee-liberation-day-2013.html See Owen Luck\’s photos from 40 years ago Wounded Knee Occupation http://www.npr.org/blogs/pictureshow/2013/02/27/173048452/revisiting-wounded-knee-40-years-later


Lakota and Wet\’suwet\’en Unite to Fight All Mining, Fracking and Pipelines!

(Click on photo to enlarge) Debra White Plume, Lakota: “W henever I see photos of our beautiful strong elder Lakota women standing up in their day, I feel my spirit grow stronger, my backbone gets stronger, my heart fills with more love. We of today had these wonderful role models to show us how to be real Lakota women and face the enemy however we have to, just as they did. They stood with their men, as we stand with ours. Some of us were fortunate enough and guided wisely to stand with them, back in the day. That is why we must always work with our younger women of today, just as our elder women worked with us to show us the way. Then it continues, generation to generation. keep loving, keep fighting.”

Russell Means Remembered \’Long Walk Song\’

. Pearl Means shares this video as family and friends begin the second honoring of Russell Means on Pine Ridge in South Dakota. In fond remembrance of Russell Means ( 1939-2012 ). A fearless warrior for First Nations people. A challenging force conscience for all North Americans. I never met the man, but I always liked him. I was always humbled, enlightened, and encouraged to reflect by what he had to say. His frankness and strength of conviction evoked the same in others and served his concerns for his people well. “Long Walk” was composed and is performed here by Lloyd Vivola. Inspired at first by sadness during the weeks after Russell Mean\’s departure, then by hope that a new era of treaty rights, social justice, truth and reconciliation is possible. Lyrics posted below. The photos in the video are not the property of the video author and are borrowed here only to pay tribute to the life of Russell Means. For more information on the photos, search Google Images. LONG WALK ( Lyrics ) So many tender tears That gather here to beat the sacred drum So many wounded wings That sing and dance a circle \’round the sun Long time we be walking Long walk I be at your side So many misty moons That pierce the gloom on great horizons So many painted skies That train the eye on better days begun Long time we be walking Long walk I be at your side Long time we be walking Long walk nations on the rise Drive your horse down waves of thunder Weave your robe with rays of morning light Raise a prayer on clouds of wonder When lightning strikes When eagles take to flight So many windy trails That dare prevail the harshest border So many waking dreams That flow like streams of healing water Long time we be walking Long walk I be at your side So many wisdom wheels That still reveal each true relation So many kindred hearts That welcome home the restoration Long time we be walking Long walk I be at your side Long time we be walking Long walk nations on the rise.

Mohawk Nation News \’War Pigs\’

mnnlogo1 MNN. Feb. 25, 2013. The US inspired Canada First Defence Strategy CFDS is a profit-driven scheme to benefit career soldiers and industry. [June 19, 2008]. Prime Minister Harper points out that the military will be supported by predictable, long-term funding [tax and resource exploitation] so that industry can make money. The plan to build up Canada s armed forces will provide opportunities for international industry, to create World War III.

Canada soliciting war business.

Canada soliciting war business.

Theresa Spence of Attawapiskat is petitioning the UN to become involved in the ongoing resource dispute with DeBeers Diamonds. chief-theresa-spence-seeks-un-intervention

Under Attatwapiskat.

Under Attawapiskat.

Core Defence Strategy missions are: Conduct daily domestic and continental operations, especially the Arctic; respond to a major terrorist attack; support civilian [law enforcement] authorities in Canada; lead international operations; and respond to crises . Stable predictable funding means A Military in Partnership with Canadian Industry , to extract resources with no interference from the Indigenous owners. Contributing to International Peace and Security and stability abroad means unfettered access to other people s territory and resources. In 2008 Canada budgeted $490 billion for the next 20 years. Defense spending rose by 2% starting in 2011, from $18 billion to over $30 billion in 2027. The Government plans to increase the number of military personnel to 70,000 Regular Forces and 30,000 Reserve Forces. Their Bold Eagle program targets Indigenous youth, especially in the North, to exploit Indigenous knowledge of the land and weaken indigenous sovereignty at the same time.

Underground bunker for elites.

Cheyenne Mountain underground bunker for elites.

In 1958 Canada and US formed NORAD. This was right after they blasted our riverside for the St. Lawrence Seaway for the benefit of industries. Since then they set up Canada Command and US Northern Command . Headquarters Failed and failing states, civil wars and global terrorism are being created so that the military can describe the world as volatile and unpredictable . National Defense is the largest property holder in the federal government, which is all un-surrendered indigenous territory. 21,000 buildings over 50 years old and crumbling. 13,500 works including 5,500 kilometers of roads, jetties, training areas, etc. and 800 parcels of land covering 2.25 million hectares will be replaced or fixed up over the next 10 to 20 years. The Strategic Investment Plan is to coordinate all military spending. Canadians, you are the Nazis when you allow the war program to go on unfettered. You are allowing the theft and exploitation of Indigenous natural resources to continue the war problem.

Marching off to war.

Marching off to war.

As Ossie Osbourne of Black Sabbath sang in War Pigs : Generals gathered in their masses, just like witches at black masses, evil minds that plot destruction, sorcerers of death s construction. In the field, the bodies burning, as the war machine keeps turning .

Canada First Defence Strategy . Harper s plan 2. Strategic Investment Plan . 1st defense strategy 3. Rebuilding

3. Bold Eagle Program. target aboriginals 4. Advantage Canada . Flaherty s plan MNN Mohawk Nation News kahentinetha2@yahoo.com For more news, books, workshops, to donate and sign up for MNN newsletters, go to www.mohawknationnews.com More stories at MNN Archives. Address: Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec, Canada] J0L 1B0

California: State Wide Action to Stop Foreclosures

California State Wide Action to Stop Foreclosures From Quanah Parker Brightman Censored News State Wide Action to Stop Foreclosures

Wells Fargo: 1# in Destroying Communities and Stealing Homes

Quanah Parker Brightman with his father Lehman Brightman, Lakota, and founder of United Native Americans.
It s time for Wells Fargo to stop pushing hardworking families into short sales and into the streets. Keep Californians in their homes!
Over 25% of Californian homeowners are underwater & between 07- 10 Americans have lost some 40% of their wealth
Wells Fargo is quick to foreclose and slow to offer loan modifications
Wells Fargo has foreclosed on more California homeowners than any other bank
The U.S. Department of Justice found that Wells Fargo employed brokers who illegally targeted Latinos and African-Americans for high-cost loan

Currently, Wells Fargo has over 11,000 families statewide their foreclosure pipeline. Enough is enough! Wells Fargo and their Wall Street cronies caused the housing crisis. It s time for Wells Fargo to clean up the mess they made and refund California! Join With ACCE Foreclosure and Eviction Fighters Wednesday, February 27th at 10:30am

Pit River protecting Medicine Lake Highlands from industrial development

By Morning Star Gali
Pit River Tribe
Censored News
BURNEY, Calif. On February 15, 2013, The Pit River Tribe unanimously affirmed a resolution opposing geothermal and other industrial developments in the sacred Medicine Lake Highlands.
The resolution affirms that geothermal development would threaten the underlying aquifer and would result in the injection of toxins into the atmosphere and waters. Further the Tribe maintains that the construction and development of even a single geothermal power generation plant would result in irreversible impacts to the sensitive cultural resources of the highlands and devastate the habitats of plants and animals. The Tribal resolution calls upon the Bureau of Land Management and the United States Forest Service to reject all proposed geothermal development in the sacred Medicine Lake Highlands.
The Pit River Tribe has been in court since 2002 over proposed development of geothermal energy in Medicine Lake Highlands. The Tribe has successfully challenged the extension of leasing of their sacred areas in decisions in the 9 th Circuit Court in 2006 and 2010. The lease holder, Calpine Energy, must reapply for extensions of the leases that the Tribe maintains were illegally issued by the BLM in 1988. Such applications for lease extensions are expected to trigger an environmental impact statement under the National Environmental Policy Act. In the mean time, the applicant has scrapped the original plan to build a 48 megawatt power plant and is reported to be leaning towards building several 100 megawatt plants in the sacred highlands.
The Pit River Tribal resolution indicates that the new proposals are incompatible with the use of the Medicine Lake Highlands as a sacred area. Geothermal development in such a sensitive hallowed place will despoil the environment and harm the Pit River Tribe. The resolution invokes the responsibilities of the federal agencies under federal law, regulations, agreements, executive orders and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples to remind the decision makers of their responsibilities to protect sacred places and the people.
Medicine Lake is our church. It is there we heal our bodies and our spirits. Would you want a power plant in your church? – Cecelia Silvas, Ilmawi Band Elder ______________________
Morning Star Gali Assistant Tribal Historic Preservation Officer, Pit River Tribe, 36970 Park Avenue

Searching for Sugar Man wins Oscar Best Documentary

Censored News congratulates Searching for Sugar Man for winning the Oscar for Best Documentary, and the life and music of Sixto Diaz Rodriguez! Producers said Rodriguez didn\’t attend because he didn\’t want to take credit for the film, which says a lot about who he is. Censored News congratulates the people of South Africa, and elsewhere around the world, who allow censored music and thought to change their lives and the world we live in. Here\’s an article from Censored News on the power of music to change the world: Sugar Man, the Beatles and Buffy Sainte Marie!

Dangerous Music: Sugar Man, Beatles and Buffy Sainte Marie
Sugar Man, Sixto Rodriquez

How music cracked open the world: Searching for Sugar Man , How the Beatles Rocked the Kremlin , and the music of Buffy Sainte Marie By Brenda Norrell Censored News http://www.bsnorrell.blogspot.com

Searching for Sugar Man , and How the Beatles Rocked the Kremlin , tell the same story, in very different ways. Both films tell how music, forbidden and censored music, transformed lives, instilled hope, moved generations, and brought social change to two countries, South Africa and the Soviet Union.
While music instilled the yearning for freedom and liberation in South Africa and the Soviet Union, the leader of the so-called free world, President Lyndon Johnson was putting Cree singer Buffy Sainte Marie, the sound of American Indian resistance, out of business.
Searching for Sugar Man
Sixto Diaz Rodriguez didn\’t know he was more popular than Elvis and the Rolling Stones in South Africa. At a time when South Africa demanded an end to Apartheid, Sugar Man\’s music offered the hope of life in the open, life unbound, life beyond borders. Rodriguez\’ music brought the message to fight the establishment.

Western Shoshone fighting new mining near Eureka, Nevada

Western Shoshone continue their fight against mining.

Citizen Groups File to Prevent the Immediate and Irreparable Impacts from the Mount Hope Molybdenum Mine\’ February 22, 2013 by Lisa J. Wolf, Correspondent From a release by the Great Basin Resource Watch Censored News RENO — The Great Basin Resource Watch (GBRW) and the Western Shoshone Defense Project on February 20th filed a Motion for Preliminary Injunction in Federal Court in Reno following their filing a February 15th Complaint challenging the decisions of the United States Department of the Interior and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) approving the Mount Hope Project located some 23 miles north of the town of Eureka.

Mount Hope

According to the Motion, The Project will have immediate, irreparable, and permanent impacts to the local ranching and farming communities and families which have lived there since the 1860s and to the critical environmental, historical, cultural and wildlife resources that will be outright eliminated or significantly degraded by the Project. One of the residents in Diamond Valley nearest to the proposed mine said, We own the closest private property to the Project in two directions. Our ranch and farm are located close enough to Mount Hope to be adversely affected by the mining caused imparment of our air, increased heavy truck traffic, and the very real damage to our business from the massive pumping and resulting drawdown of groundwater. Our water is not infinite. Adding to our water over appropriation problem is very wrong. I believe it is wrong to break laws that are in place to protect us, in the name of progress. The Western Shoshone that toured the Mount Hope site in 2007 all agreed that the impacts to the water resources, loss of mature pi on/juniper forest, and destruction of cultural sites to too high of a price for this mine, said Larson Bill, Western Shoshone Defense Project. During the tour Western Shoshone Elder Bernice Lalo of Battle Mountain said, I don t understand this attitude of destruction. Pauline Estevez, Timbisha Shoshone said as we passed a spring, what is important is what is here now … that spring is our ancestor, it is a cultural site.

Dine\’ Angela Davis: The Enemy Within: Navajo Generating Station

Angela Davis, Dine\’ writes to the Alamo Council Delegate, regarding sponsorship of lease extension for Navajo Generating Station, one of the dirtiest coal fired power plants in the US. It is fed with coal ripped from the earth by profiteer Peabody Coal, which continues the suffering of Navajos on Black Mesa, to provide electricity for the Southwest while many Navajos go without.
The Honorable George Apachito P.O. Box 827 Magdalena, NM 87825 Dear Delegate Apachito, Yah at eeh. It has come to my attention that you recently sponsored a resolution (004-13) that recommends that the Navajo Nation extend the lease for the Navajo Generating Station. I m writing to urge you to put a hold on voting on this resolution to extend the lease until further study and review by all our tribal delegates. I think more time to decide on the vote can ensure that the Navajo Nation obtain the maximum amount of economic compensation for our natural resources and investments. This involves too many parties (Salt River Project Agricultural Improvement and Power Project, Los Angeles Water and Power, Arizona Public Service, Nevada Power and Tucson Electric Power Company, for example) to make such a monumental decision in the short time frame currently allowed. I understand that there is pressure to vote quickly on the matter from many parties, but I think it is worth the wait to ensure the best outcome for everyone involved, especially our tribe. To me, it seems that outside interest groups, mostly energy companies, will benefit most if the resolution is passed as it is currently written. Although the Navajo Nation stands to receive 43 million dollars annually through 2044 if the deal goes through, I do not think that is enough to justify extending the lease so quickly. If the proposed resolution passes and the extensions are granted without adequate research, we may never know how we could have benefited more and will be indentured to the power companies for decades. I urge you to think about the future generations and how this decision will affect them financially, environmentally and more importantly, health-wise. Investing more money into the dirty, coal-fired plants is not a good decision environmentally, financially, or physically in the long-run. Investing in solar and/or wind energy is healthier, environmentally safer, and technologically efficient. I am aware that there are 538 workers, eighty-three percent of which are Navajo, at the Navajo Generating Station. Keeping their jobs is important and that is why I encourage a smooth, gradual transition from coal mining to solar/wind energy. Perhaps they can still hold their jobs during the transition, especially since the coal industry is dying and other sources of energy are currently being explored. In conclusion, I would like to express my disappointment in you sponsoring this bill. You are my chapter official and I thought you had more of a conscience when it came to the environment and protection of our natural resources, given that you recently opposed uranium mining in the eastern agency. Many people accuse Alamo Navajo of being traitors to our tribe and often refer to us as the enemy Navajo . I think that is really sad. You sponsoring and supporting this bill would truly make us just that — the enemy Navajo; we will be regarded historically as the band of Navajo that does not care about the health of the environment, the fair and honest management of our resources and most of all, our people s health. Let us change that negative view of our people. I know you have it in your heart to do the right thing and withdraw your sponsorship of this bill or at least table the discussion until more research and discussion can be done. Thank you very much for your time. Ahe he he. Sincerely, Angela Marie Davis Artist Writer

Publi par Censored News Dimanche 24 f vrier 2013 See original article in English Traduction Christine Prat
Angela Davis, Din , crit au D l gu au Conseil d Alamo propos de son soutien l extension du contrat pour la Centrale Navajo [Navajo Generating Station] , l une des centrales au charbon les plus polluantes des Etats-Unis. Elle est aliment e avec du charbon arrach la terre par les profiteurs de Peabody Coal, qui entretiennent les souffrances des Navajos de Black Mesa pour fournir de l lectricit au Sud-ouest, alors que de nombreux Navajos doivent s en passer.
A l Honorable George Apachito P.O. Box 827 Magdalena, NM 87825 Nouveau-Mexique
Cher D l gu Apachito,
Yah at eeh. J ai appris que vous avez r cemment soutenu une r solution (004-13) qui recommande que la Nation Navajo prolonge le contrat de la Centrale Navajo. Je vous cris pour vous presser de suspendre le vote de cette r solution jusqu ce qu elle ait t tudi plus avant et pass e en revue par tous nos d l gu s tribaux. Je pense que prendre plus de temps pour d cider peut assurer que la Nation Navajo obtienne un maximum de compensations conomiques pour nos ressources naturelles et nos investissements. Cette question implique de trop nombreuses parties (le Projet d Energie et Am lioration Agricole de Salt River Project, l Energie et Eau de Los Angeles, le Service Public d Arizona, l Energie du Nevada et la Compagnie d Energie Electrique de Tucson, par exemple) pour prendre une d cision si monumentale dans le cours lapse de temps accord actuellement. Je comprend qu il y ait des pressions de tous c t s pour que le vote se fasse rapidement, mais je pense qu il vaut la peine d attendre pour assurer le meilleur r sultat pour tous, sp cialement pour notre tribu.
Il me semble qu en dehors des groupes d int r ts, ce sont surtout les compagnies d nergie qui profiteront le plus de la r solution dans son texte actuel. Bien que la Nation Navajo doive recevoir 43 millions de dollars par an jusqu en 2044 si l accord est pass , je ne pense pas que ce soit suffisant pour justifier l extension du contrat aussi rapidement. Si la r solution passe et les extensions sont accord es sans tude ad quate, nous pourrions ne jamais savoir comment nous aurions pu obtenir plus d avantages et nous serons li s aux compagnies d nergie pour des d cennies. Je vous demande instamment de penser aux g n rations futures et de vous demander comment cette d cision les affectera financi rement, cologiquement et, plus important, sur le plan de la sant . Investir plus d argent dans l nergie sale des centrales au charbon n est pas une bonne d cision long terme, ni sur le plan cologique, ni sur le plan financier ni sur le plan physique. Investir dans l nergie solaire et/ou olienne est plus sain, plus s r pour l environnement et techniquement efficace. Je suis bien consciente que 538 travailleurs, dont quatre-vingt trois pourcent sont Navajos, travaillent la Centrale Navajo. Il est important que leur emploi soit pr serv et c est pourquoi j encourage une transition graduelle et en douceur du charbon l nergie solaire/ olienne. Peut- tre peuvent-ils conserver leurs emplois pendant la transition, d autant plus que l industrie du charbon est mourante et que d autres sources d nergie sont actuellement explor es.
En conclusion, je souhaite exprimer ma d ception de vous voir soutenir cette proposition. Vous tes le repr sentant officiel de mon chapitre [ circonscription] et je pensais que vous feriez preuve de plus de conscience lorsqu il s agit de l environnement et de la protection de nos ressources naturelles, tant donn que vous vous tes r cemment oppos l exploitation de mines d uranium l est. Beaucoup de gens accusent les Navajos d Alamo d tre des traitres notre tribu et nous sommes souvent nomm s le Navajo ennemi . Je trouve tr s triste que le fait que vous souteniez cette proposition risque de faire de nous justement cela le Navajo ennemi ; nous serons consid r s dans l histoire comme la bande de Navajos qui ne se soucie ni de la sant ni de l environnement, ni de la gestion juste et honn te de nos ressources, ni, par-dessus tout, de la sant de notre peuple. Changeons cette vision n gative de nos gens. Je sais que vous pouvez trouver dans votre c ur ce qu il faut pour faire le bon choix et retirer votre soutien cette proposition ou au moins geler la discussion jusqu ce que des recherches suppl mentaires puissent tre faites. Merci beaucoup pour le temps que vous m accorderez. Ahe he he
Sinc rement,
Angela Marie Davis
Artiste, crivain

Mohawk Nation News \’License to Kill\’


License Bureau Director. MNN. Feb. 24, 2013. Freedom of speech is guaranteed in Section 2 of Canada s Constitution Act, 1982. Everyone has the fundamental freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication . An honest state presents the facts for public discussion.

Bureau Chief who hands out licenses to kill.
Canada Secret Service on the job.
Canada Secret Service on the job.

The Supreme Court of Canada ruled in 2008 that CSIS, Canadian Secret Intelligence Services, cannot destroy evidence. This happens every day to us about our history, rights, funds and the ongoing genocide of our people. Canada does not respect its own laws. It has a propaganda mill to control the media. It suppresses and rewrites historical facts, trying to make us invisible. Many vital documents are being destroyed. We all have minds, the capacity to see and hear, to think and feel. Every person s ability to sense and understand is important. Each of us has a unique insight to contribute, no matter how big or small. We can t just drift along following orders without thinking or questioning.

Execution no longer legal!
Riel: Execution no longer legal

The appetites of the colonizers are insatiable. They do not maintain sustainable economies. They depend on the exploitation of stolen non-renewable resources and funds. They are conditioned to want more. Their children are force fed fascism and call it democracy. They have no control over their appetites. Their common sense is shut down. They cannot access the natural principles of self-determination found in the Kaianerehkowa, the law of Great Turtle Island. All the weapons of war belong to the Canadian state. The army and police try to scare people into submission, legal or not. It s not working.

Secret genocide at first thanksgiving.
Indians invited to First Thanksgiving, then all murdered.

A century ago Louis Riel was hung for treason because he defended Metis rights. Today the death penalty has been banned in Canada. Canadian government officers are trying to implement death sentences by other means such as excessive use of force and extraordinary threats and abuse. Our people are put under so much stress some die in or following custody. Ronald Lasagna Cross was so badly beaten by the SQ and military he died not long after the Oka Crisis of 1990. Matt Fisher was killed in Whitehorse prison while being held on fake charges. The Officer beat him to death in the cell until he died. He thinks he got away with it. Canada gives its agents a license to kill Indigenous people with impunity. South Africa, Nazi Germany and other totalitarian regimes have followed the Indian genocide model of Canada. Everything they did to us here they are now doing to the general population because they think they got away with it. Thahoketoteh wrote a song about his murdered brother. A nyone who has lost a brother can relate to this song: My brother, this song is for you. In your memory and your honor. To help us when we feel blue. When always we think of you. Brother MNN Mohawk Nation News kahentinetha2@yahoo.com For more news, books, workshops, to donate and sign up for MNN newsletters, go to www.mohawknationnews.com More stories at MNN Archives. Address: Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec, Canada] J0L 1B0

Photos Journey of Nishiyuu camp Waskaganish Feb 23, 2013

At 2 Camp- km 48 in Waskaganish territory Young and old trekkers, about 60 First Nation walkers, continue on their journey to Ottawa, in solidarity with Idle No More.

Mohawk Nation News \’Populaton and Resource Control PRC\’

MNN. Feb. 24, 2013. Special agents such as the CBSA Canadian Border Services Agents are trained in psychological warfare and state brutality. They wear black fascist uniforms with Kevlar vests. They try to humiliate, demoralize and injure those who question and complain about mistreatment. According to Wikileaks, PRC methods devised by the US are designed to confuse, destroy and terminate. Low level psychological warfare is mixed with high tech violence on target groups, like Indigenous, followed by the homeless, welfare, pensioners and then the general population.

Tax dollars at work.
Discussion on how to kill

The US Department of Defense Foreign Internal Defense Tactics Techniques and Procedures for Special Forces manual describes 3 types of insurgency. The third, Traditional Insurgency , refers to Indigenous resistance. Onkwehonwe are engaged in centuries of resistance to regain full sovereignty. We are dangerous criminals and are harassed at border crossings. The manual allows the suspension of habeas corpus. They can kidnap and disappear us without notice or right. CBSA can force a confession. PRC measures also include curfews, blackouts, travel restrictions, and restricted residential areas such as protected villages or settlements , like Indigenous communities, refugee camps, detention centers, prisons and FEMA Camps that can hold millions of people. They maintain Registration and pass systems and control of resources and critical supplies such as weapons, food and fuel.

Indigenous internment camps.

Indian reservations!

When we defend our land, the military poiice use: Checkpoints, searches, roadblocks; surveillance, censorship, and press control; restriction of activity of selected groups [like Indigenous, labor unions, political groups and the like]. We are classed as members of organized crime and fake charges are filed against us to create assumptions. When one resists or questions, a profile is created with their background, car model, family and associations. The file is flagged red, green or yellow. Any adherents to the Great Law are classed as high risk or extreme . Agents are sent to the School of the Americas where death squads are trained. Another deadly Special Forces strategy is infiltration of communities. Agents gather information about individuals and disseminate demoralizing and false information to cause suspicion and divisions. Since the COINTELPRO of the 70s in the US against A.I.M., many have become aware of DISINFORMATION campaigns. They get turncoats to train the military and police in their work against us. When we are arrested, we are handed over to the RCMP, CSIS, SQ, CBSA, OPP and the new Provincial Organized Crime Enforcement Team POCET set up June 25, 2008. OPP POCET

Knowledge is power!

Knowledge is power!

The integrated enforcement teams of cops, correctional services, parole officers, social services, informants, courts and other controls, are a fine example of state organized crime. They breach peoples rights, freedoms and lives. The Indian Act corporate band and tribal councils are part of the hierarchical control grid. They feign resistance but in fact sign over Indigenous jurisdiction to their masters, to get their paycheck. As Axel Rose from Guns and Roses sang : Look at your young men fighting. Look at your women crying. Look at your young men dying, the way they ve always done before. Look at the hate we re breeding. Look at the fear we re feeding. Look at the lives we re leading, the way we ve always done before Civil War PRC Manual D of D , Israeli manual MNN Mohawk Nation News kahentinetha2@yahoo.com For more news, books, workshops, to donate and sign up for MNN newsletters, go to www.mohawknationnews.com More stories at MNN Archives. Address: Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec, Canada] J0L 1B0

Mohawk Nation News \’Perverted Police Policy\’



MNN. Feb. 24, 2013. Indigenous children are being murdered. Hundreds of girls and women are disappearing. We have to guard ourselves and each other. Take cameras, cell phones, become a witness and make good notes. We need names, badge numbers, videos and photos of the abused and abusers. Then we should file complaints, take them to court and put pressure on politicians. The police and politicians work together to continue the illusion of freedom in the police state we are living in.

Life goes on.

Life goes on.

Cops are the worst abusers. In Northern British Columbia Human Rights Watch has documented that RCMP are the perpetrators of attacks and rapes on girls and women. In Thunder Bay Ontario the Mayor admits to his role in racism as if it s normal. Watch out for agent provocateurs. They dress like us, with backpacks and vehicles full of implements. They are really cops! Agent provacateurs at G20 Montebello They start throwing these at our kids and then disappear. Cops are attracted to violence. They don t need peace to keep their jobs. Some try to stir things up so they can use all the expensive toys they claim to need. A despicable tactic is to target and attack young women. This provokes otherwise peaceful men to come to their aid who are then beaten and arrested. They say peace can be gained by violent means. Like George Orwell says in 1984 , Peace is war! .

Low level war in Oka 1990.
Fighter jets flew over Oka in 1990 psy ops operation.

The highly trained people like doctors, miners, scientists, politicians, military and corporation heads need relative order in their communities to go about their jobs of stealing our water, energy and resources. They need the Onkwehonwe out of the way. In guerrilla warfare our great strength is when we are on our home turf. We know it and we feel the power that comes from being truly Indigenous. Colonists come from fragmented backgrounds. Their leaders have a program of low level warfare by attacking, harassing, taking prisoners, surrounding us, putting out bad stories about us to scare the public.

Extra help doesn\'t hurt.
Extra help doesn t hurt.

**Our persistence and perseverance comes from our ancestors. We are so well-rooted with nourishment from the land. A transplant s root has to adjust for a long time to gain strength from the earth, but sometimes the roots don t easily take. Sometimes transplants need a stick to help them stand up. The colonists program is to replace the natural people. The natural world has decreed that we shall always be here doing our job, taking care of the land, plants, animals, water and air. Okay, men, time to stand up for your women, as Leonard Cohen says in I m your man If you want a boxer, i ll step in the ring for you. And if you want a doctor, I ll examine every inch of you . MNN Mohawk Nation News kahentinetha2@yahoo.com For more news, books, workshops, to donate and sign up for MNN newsletters, go to www.mohawknationnews.com More stories at MNN Archives. Address: Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec, Canada] J0L 1B0

Mohawk Nation News \’Monkey Business\’

Monkey Business

MNN. Feb. 22, 2013. How to steal our consent. According to court rulings and international law, our view and consent are required for any legal use of our land, resources and funds. The racket is to make it look like they got our consent. The ambulance chasers [lawyers] are trained to build a hall of mirrors. When consultation goes on, they make sure we do not hear, see or say anything. Three Monkeys Strategy .

We can\'t hear, see or say anything.

We can t hear, see or say anything.

We are overrun by chasers. The bureaucrats, politicians and corporations are trying to fill their ambulances with suffering Indigenous people whom they have maimed. Shysters chase us to represent us. Then meetings are held behind our backs with their mentors and clients on how to avoid consulting us or to twist what we ve said.

Rezz Dogs!

Rezz Dogs: The lawyers are beating us! The bar associations hold seminars to train these chasers on how to help industry, government and Indigenous stakeholders to consult us without actually talking to us. We only find out what we supposedly agreed to when we are told to move away because industry needs the minerals under our community. These teach-ins are attended by chasers, CEOs, VPs, directors, managers, mining, forestry, environment, energy and constitutional law breakers, litigators, negotiators, mediators, bureaucrats, and the Vichy collaborator band and tribal councils. They learn Tips and Traps to watch for in their meetings with us. They are told what to avoid: meetings organized by us; meetings in our community; full advertising of the meeting; bringing our own experts; spending too much time in the community to avoid seeing our realities; making scientific evidence available to show the reality of pollution of our land, communities, water and housing; no time lines; full assessment of the consequences of development for the generations to come; letting everyone talk besides those on the band council payroll; allowing grassroots traditionals to define the issues [that s really dangerous!].

Training band councils to organize their people.

Training band councils to organize their people. They want to shut us up. They go through the motions. They re told to always act like they re in a big hurry [to hit the jackpot]. When we say no , it s no, and they have to accept it. They can t start openly or covertly confusing, threatening and undermining us to get their way. The Crown has a fiduciary duty to take our advice on investment of our Indian Trust Funds and to report fully to us, the beneficiaries. They can t avoid their responsibilities to us without going to jail. As Chuck Berry sang in Too much monkey business Same thing every day. Gettin up, goin to school, no need for me complainin , my objections overruled, ahhh! Too much money business . MNN Mohawk Nation News kahentinetha2@yahoo.com For more news, books, workshops, to donate and sign up for MNN newsletters, go to www.mohawknationnews.com More stories at MNN Archives. Address: Box 991, Kahnawake [Quebec, Canada] J0L 1B0

First Nation Terrance Nelson: Refusing to be the \’house nigger\’

Refusing to be the \’house nigger\’
Terrance Nelson
By Terrance Nelson
First Nation Roseau River Ojibway
Evander Kane has every right to challenge racism in the NHL and in Winnipeg. Despite the attack by Don Cherry upon Evander Kane for using the “race card”, there is no doubt that racism in the NHL is real. Not long ago Boxing, Baseball, Football, and Basketball were white only because blacks were excluded. The last bastion of white dominance in a sport is hockey, why wouldn\’t there be racist reaction to blacks in a “white” sport. Paul Friesen who initially wrote in the Winnipeg Sun about the complaint Evander Kane made should go see the movie Django Unchained. My 20 year son loved the movie so much, he went with me to see it a second time. Written and directed by Quentin Tarantino, the word “nigger” is used so often in the three hour movie, the shock wears off. The movie is cartoon-ish, something like “Kill Bill” but although I didn\’t initially like it, I got into it as I watched the reaction of the white folk in the theatre. Don Cherry would squirm in his seat if he watched the movie.
Dicaprio as the villain was a poor choice, he doesn\’t make the grade as a villain. The real Oscar role belongs to Samuel L. Jackson. Director Quentin Tarantino read what Malcolm X wrote of the difference between the field nigger and the house nigger. Jackson delivers an Oscar winning performance as the “house nigger”. What Don Cherry wants for the NHL is gratitude from the black man that you have been allowed into a white sport. Cherry wants Evander Kane to “suck it up” and be another Jackie Robinson, a class act taking all the taunts and racial slurs without responding to the racism. Robinson, the first black man in major league baseball did what he had to do in his era, he was a great man. Howard Cosell on television at an NFL game calling a black man a “little monkey” and others calling the first black men in the NFL, “jungle bunnies” is what racism was. The NHL is no different. The white guys just don\’t want Evander Kane telling it like it is. Evander Kane deserves to say what needs to be said, the days of the house nigger are over, no more grovelling in front of the master, no more sucking it up just because someone paid for the ticket to see the game.
Thank you Evander Kane for not being quiet about racism. Remember Evander that even though 70% of the white people who voted in the United States election voted against Obama, there is still a black man in the White House. Obama is not a house nigger and you don\’t have to be either. Some people want you to be quiet, but you belong to a different era, you have every right to tell like it is. The indigenous people who live in Winnipeg have felt the racism and know that you are speaking the truth.
Don Cherry says Evander Kanes race claim is ridiculous
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