Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Mohawk Nation News 'Get Smart!'



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MNN. Oct. 21, 2014. The Quebec Police in Saint-Jean-Sur-Richelieu were chasing a 25-year old businessman, Couture Rouleau. His car hit two men in a parking lot, who happen to be soldiers. One died. With the cops in hot pursuit, his car flipped over near the Canadian Forces Base. Witnesses saw him crawl out with his hands up. They said they heard on the police radio, “Make sure he’s dead!” The cops shot him 7 times.
Harper: "CSIS told me it's terror. So I'm "territifed!
Harper: “CSIS told me it’s terror. So I’m “terrified!”
Shortly after, Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced in Parliament that the man had been radicalized and could have been “engaged in a terrorist act”. The mainstream media quickly blasted the story criminalizing Rouleau. It was in fact murder by the cops on speculation.
In Ferguson Missouri 18-year old Michael Brown had his hands up to surrender shouting, “Don’t shoot!”. He was shot 6 times. Demonstrations and rioting followed.
Rouleau was harassed because of his beliefs. He had converted to Muslim, went by the name Ahmed and praised Allah on his website. His passport was confiscated. His murder is like the hanging of 38 Indigenous on December 16, 1862. It was all on Lincoln’s orders. It was the largest mass execution in US history. Hanging of Indians at Mankato.
"Hey! You shouldn't have pulled us over!"
“Hey! We’ve had enough of this NWO police state shit! Stop pulling us over!”
Canadian media promote the bombing of the people of Iraq. US president George Bush sat in the classroom while the World Trade Center was blasted by a nuclear explosion, ordered by him. Harper wants to declare war on terror in Canada, to turn the billion dollar 30-day mission into a ten billion dollar 10-year mission.
Just like Great Turtle Island; the plan is to depopulate the Middle East so they can subjugate the survivors and steal all their resources.
thought-policeThe situation with Rouleau reminds us of the Orwellian thought police. We’ll let Maxwell Smart point out the confusion. Maxwell Smart.
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Hopi in Hotevilla Receives Green Award

Trees, Water and People Announces Winner of $40,000 “Green Business in Indian Country Start-Up Award”

Trees, Water & People (TWP) is pleased to announce Tyler Tawahongva as the winner of the 2014 Green Business in Indian Country Start-Up Award. Mr. Tawahongva, a Hopi member of the Coyote Clan from Hotevilla, Arizona, will receive up to $40,000 in start-up capital and technical assistance to expand his company, Cloud Nine Recycling. Read more: http://treeswaterpeople.wordpress.com/2014/10/21/trees-water-people-announces-winner-of-40000-green-business-in-indian-country-start-up-award/

Tribute to 19 Hopi Imprisoned for Resisting Boarding Schools


Hopi Prisoners at Alcatraz, January 1895
Back Row (left to right): unidentified; Polingyawma; Heevi'ima; Masatiwa; unidentified. Middle Row: Qötsventiwa; Piphongva; unidentified; Lomahongewma; unidentified; Lomayestiwa; Yukiwma. Front Row: Tuvehoyiwma; unidentified; Patupha; Qötsyawma; unidentified; Sikyakeptiwa; unidentified.

Hopi arrested in Arizona, 1894
#57, Mennonite Library and Archives, Bethel College, North Newton, Kansas

Censored News remembers the 19 Hopi imprisoned at Alcatraz who refused to allow their children to be indoctrinated in US boarding schools.

By Censored News

The Hopi Cultural Preservation Office said: "John Martini described the prisoner's cells at Alcatraz as 'tiny wooden cells, worlds removed from the western desert and plains.' Indeed, a description of Alcatraz in 1902, just seven years after the Hopi prisoners were jailed there, suggests that the cells were in poor condition: 'The old cell blocks were `rotten and unsafe; the sanitary condition very dangerous to health. They are dark and damp, and are fire traps of the most approved (sic) kind.'"
"In a series of letters between H.R. Voth, a Mennonite missionary at Orayvi, and Guruther, the Commanding Officer at Alcatraz, family members at Hopi were extremely worried about the prisoners. There were rumors that some of them had died. In August, Voth wrote to the Guruther that the pictures of the prisoners were 'very much appreciated by relatives and friends/ because rumors had circulated that they were "poorly fed, clothed, worked hard, some had died, etc. were perhaps killed.
"In September, Voth wrote to Lomahongiwma to report on the prisoners' families and the crops. These reports must have caused considerable anguish among the prisoners, especially those who were separated from their families during important ceremonies and planting and harvesting. In addition, two of the prisoners' wives gave birth to children who died while the men were at Alcatraz." -- Hopi Cultural Preservation Office
In Memory of the 19 Hopi who resisted and were imprisoned at Alcatraz:
Aqawsi (Kwaa/Eagle)
Heevi'yma (Kookop/Fire)
Kuywisa (Kookop/Fire)
Lomahongiwma (Kookyangw/Spider)
Lomayawma (Is/Coyote)
Lomayestiwa (Kookyangw/Spider)
Masaatiwa (Kuukuts or Tep/Lizard or Greasewood)
Nasingayniwa (Kwaa/Eagle) Patupha(Kookop/Fire)
Piphongva (Masihonan/Grey Badger)
Polingyawma (Kyar/Parrot)
Qotsventiwa (Aawat/Bow)
Qotsyawma (Paa'is/Water Coyote)
Sikyaheptiwa (Piikyas or Patki/Young Corn or Water)
Talangayniwa (Kookop/Fire)
Talasyawma (Masihonan/Grey Badger)
Tawaletstiwa (Tasaphonan/Navajo Badger)
Tuvehoyiwma (Hon/Bear)
Yukiwma (Kookop/Fire)

Heartache and Genocide: Indian Boarding Schools in Photos

Heartache and Genocide: Indian Boarding Schools in Photos

By Censored News

Boarding School Tribunal begins tomorrow, Wed., Oct. 22, 2014 in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

Photos below (three) from Kumeyaay website, original from e-book Lakhota.com


(Above) More photos on Kumeyaay website, original from e-book Lakhota.com
(Below) Navajo and Apache children in prison at Fort Sumner, N.M.
Navajo and Apache Children in Prison of Fort Sumner, Bosque Redondo, NM

Fort Sumner by Louise Benally, Dine'
The following comments by Louise Benally of Big Mountain, comparing the Long Walk and imprisonment in Bosque Redondo to the war in Iraq, and responding to this photo, were censored by Indian Country Today.

 Navajos at Big Mountain resisting forced relocation view the 19th
Century prison camp of Bosque Redondo and the war in Iraq as a
continuum of U.S. government sponsored terror.
Louise Benally of Big Mountain remembered her great-grandfather and
other Navajos driven from their beloved homeland by the U.S. Army on
foot for hundreds of miles while witnessing the murder, rape and
starvation of their family and friends.

“I think these poor children had gone through so much, but, yet they
had the will to go on and live their lives. If it weren’t for that, we
wouldn’t be here today.
“It makes me feel very sad and I apply this to the situation in Iraq.
I wonder how the Native Americans in the combat zone feel about killing
innocent lives.”

Looking at the faces of the Navajo and Apache children in the Bosque
Redondo photo, Benally said, “I think the children in the picture look
concerned and maybe confused. It makes me think of what the children in
Iraq must be going through right now.

“The U.S. military first murders your people and destroys your way of
life while stealing your culture, then forces you to learn their evil
ways of lying and cheating,” Benally said.


Carlisle: The Children Who Never Came Home
For the families
Long Walk 2 northern route photos by Brenda Norrell
Forced assimilation and militarization for US government
Indian children were forced into militarization, and conditioned to fight for the same US government that had murdered their ancestors.
Haskell: Misery

Above: Haskell in Kansas, photo from: http://www.ancientways.org/otherprojects.asp

(Above) Photos from online search