Friday, September 21, 2007

Mohawks walk in support of Six Nations


Mohawk Nation News
Sept. 20, 2007. Message from Rotiskeneketeh, “We will be
walking peacefully on the CPR tracks from the “border” of
Kahnawake at St. Constant off Highway 132 at the intersection
of Highway 30. From there we will walk to the Train Bridge over
the tunnel in the village of Kahnawake .”

“We are standing in solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Six
Nations who have just been kidnapped by the foreigners forces
of the Ontario Provincial Police, Hamilton City Police and the RCMP.
Ontario and Canada have walked away from the “talks”. This has
always been an international matter of colonial Canada invading
the Indigenous sovereign people of Six Nations.”

“Our people have been victimized by attacks from colonial
government agencies. This use of force must stop. They
must obey international law. We are standing together in
support of all of our Six Nations Territories .”

“Defending our land is not criminal.”

Contact: Janie at 519-732-9828 and B.L.T. 514-816-9533.

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