Saturday, April 19, 2014

Mohawk Nation News 'Hanging Tobacco'



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MNN. Apr. 19, 2014. O’ien’kwen:ton [hanging tobacco] is an elite part of the Warrior Society [Roti’skennen:kete]. They are also known as the “ghost warriors”. A bundle of fresh tobacco is tied and hung in the dark corners of the longhouse so they will stay green and almost invisible.
O'ien'kwen:ton are trained for special duties.
The men of this society secretly train to be close to the original duties of our ancestors to protect the people according to the Great Law of Peace. They go through rites to develop great mental and physical strength in peacetime and wartime. Only those who have the strength and power are selected to be part of this special elite force. Their bodies are painted in dark colors, red and yellow stripes are marked on their faces and their clothes blend in with the forest. When they are on maneuvers in the wilderness, they are a shadow that cannot be seen nor heard by the enemies.
The war chief notifies the 5 war chiefs of the League to prepare for war & have the men ready for engagement with the enemy of the Great Peace.
The 5 war chiefs prepare for war & have their men ready to fight the enemy of the Great Peace. W79.
They accompany the Ah’sera:kowa, War Chief, to face nations with the message to cease breaking the peace and hurting the people. After being given the message and told the words, the black wampum is dropped in front of enemy.
Black beads is emblem of War Chiefs' authority.
Black beads is the emblem of the War Chiefs’ authority to pursue War in Defense of the Territory.
When they refuse to grab it and it hits the ground, the O’ien’kwen:ton appear out of the shadows, and smash in their heads with the war club. Then war with the Rotino’shonni:onwe begins.
O’ien’kwen:ton are always here in the spirit dimension to assist our men. They visit those who work against natural law. Prime Minister Harper and President Obama should consider well US President Thomas Jefferson’s warning to them:                                                                  “I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just: his justice cannot sleep forever!”
chief obamaPresident Obama decided rightly to cancel the oil pipeline on Great Turtle Island. We wonder if he will make the right decision to free Leonard Peltier. Enjoy the song while watching this excellent video on how our younger brother, President Obama, came to make the right decision. Video: “Obama convinced to make natural decision on pipeline”.
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Friday, April 18, 2014

Mohawk Nation News 'Canada threatens ancient Mohawk allies'


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MNN. Apr. 18, 2014. Corporation of Canada CEO Harper is sending 6 CF18s and other weapons of mass destruction for NATO provocations against our ancient allies, Russia. Russia is legally a longtime ally of the Rotino’shonni:onwe/Iroquois Confederacy and its friends and allies on Great Turtle Island. Our alliance is based on  Kaia’nereh:kowa, our constitution. Treaty belts accepted by Peter the Great in 1710 record this sovereign international agreement of peace. These belts have been presented to us for interpretation.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Western Shoshone Walk on Sacred Land May 5 -- 11, 2014

Photo by Carl 'Bad Bear' Sampson, Western Shoshone
Long Walk 4 Western Shoshone land
Newene Sogobi Mava's Mia Walk on the Sacred Land 

May 5, 2014 - May 11, 2014
"This event is NOT a protest or a political event. It is about praying and blessing our Shoshone land. Everyone is welcome. Please tell your friends and help us get the word out!" -- Johnnie L. Bobb
After an initial orientation day Sunday, May 4, 2014, the Western Shoshone Walk & Run will begin at dawn May 5, 2014 and end on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 11, 2014.
Traveling a different route, the Walk-Run will start approximately 12 miles east of Austin at the intersection of Rte 50 and Hwy 376, travel south on Rte 376 to Hwy 6, and then move on to Rte 95 passing through Tonopah, Beatty, and ending at Mercury.
Every day the group will travel 40-45 miles by relay. Support vehicles will follow for safety and to carry supplies, water, and gear.
We will learn from each other about our land, our history, our language, our ancestors, our Native ways, and our reverence for water and all life.
Sunday, May 4, 2014 we'll review how we will proceed and assign tasks.
Monday, May 5, 2014, while we gather for the morning sunrise ceremony, the first runner will set out.
Look for us to be camped on the right side of the road. You can join up anywhere along the route and stay as long as you can.
We need runners, walkers, supporters to set up and break down camp, to cook, pack and clean up camp, run errands. We also need supporters with vehicles to transport relay runners and walkers and water, snacks, and other supplies.
All meals will be provided, but we will appreciate food to share. Bring your own camping supplies, tent, bedroll, lip balm, sun screen, extra socks, sturdy athletic shoes, towel, and cameras.
As in past years, we will be planting willows along the route with prayers for water and the health of the land.
Donations of cash, fuel, water, sport drinks, snacks, and food are needed and can be made to:
Johnnie L. Bobb
c/o Corporation of Newe Sogobia
PO Box 252
Austin, NV 89310
For more information call Johnnie at
775-964-2210 or email

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Arivaca Arizona rises up against occupying army of Border Patrol


Arivaca rises up against Occupying Army of Border Patrol!

Censored News: The mighty folks of Arivaca, Arizona, have once again risen up against the Occupying Army of the Border Patrol. Some of you might remember when the good folks of Arivaca flew kites around the US spy towers to mess with them. The spy towers were pointed at their homes. There's lots of artists and mellow folks out there. Border Patrol finally said the spy towers didn't work anyway. The equipment did more to damage the bats, birds and pollinators. Border Patrol also couldn't tell the difference between a coyote, cow and human invading with their spy tower equipment, which was all worthless anyway since the massive desert mountains are to the south and prevented a view of the border. That spy tower flop for border spy towers cost $1 billion.

By Jay Stanley, Senior Policy Analyst, ACLU Speech, Privacy & Technology Project at 1:10pm
The ACLU of Arizona today sent a letter to the U.S. Border Patrol demanding that the agency immediately stop interfering with the First Amendment rights of the residents of Arivaca, Arizona, to protest and to photograph government activities that are in plain view on a public street.
The dispute is part of a larger developing story in Arivaca that is actually a pretty incredible tale of citizens rising up against governmental abuse and repression in their own community. I recently spoke with James Lyall, a staff attorney for the ACLU of Arizona, and he described the situation to me:
Arivaca is a community of about 700 people, located 50 miles southwest of Tucson.  It's a small town, in a beautiful part of the Sonoran desert. But when you go there sometimes it feels like you've gone to another country or somewhere where they've declared martial law, just because of the overwhelming Border Patrol presence in the community. There are an unbelievable number of armed federal agents—it seems like every other car or person you see out there is Border Patrol— as well as lots of surveillance towers, drones, and helicopters. Our office regularly takes calls from residents who've been pulled over for no reason, detained and interrogated at a checkpoint, or had Border Patrol agents cutting fences and coming onto their property. Residents describe feeling like they're living in a police state or with an occupying army. Agents will tell people, "You have no rights here," and "You're suspect just because you live here."

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