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MNN. May 4, 2016. How will we explain HDI Haudenosaunee Development Institute to our grandchildren? “Well, back in 2014 we became a corporation instead of onkwe’hon:weh!” They asked, “How did that happen, totah”. How will you answer this question to your grandchild? The kaia’nere:kowa, great peace, threw us a challenge to follow our original instructions or let corpo’rats eat us up.
Non-natives were buying our land and registering it with the Ontario government. HDI incorporated itself so people would register with them as the proper “owners” of the land, violating the kaia’nere:kowa. HDI fraudulently made money out of the assertion that they own rotino’shonni land!
We have no paper money of our own. HDI wanted to create a banking system for the onkwe’hon:weh, with an internet money trail, just like the Anglo-Europeans.
They quietly incorporated Confederacy chiefs and their helpers did not explain their ideas to the people, because “they wouldn’t understand”. At council meetings the clans were not recognized if they did not have the “correct” titles and thus had no voice; some condoled chiefs did not speak the languages so it was “as if their words were not said”; and a critic belonged to a family but was uncertain of his clan title.
The Canadian government designed these breaches in the 1920s to disassemble our clans under various enfranchisement acts, to eliminate the women’s family line, use only Christian family names and for women to lose their rights because of intermarriage.
HDI claims the 6 mile tract on each side of the Grande River.
The chiefs found these corporate tactics to be useful to move forward as a money making real estate theft. HDI claims to be the voice of the people with some kariwiio [Handsome Lake] chiefs on board.
300 years ago the government created these divisions and picked who they would listen to. This system has birthed the various groups and councils of peoples, men’s and women’s fires, to try to regain their voice, which they should have never lost.
We don’t know who are the HDI board of directors. The people should demand to see the shareholder register, the shareholder agreement and the minutes of every meeting since incorporation. No one seems to be able to identify its funding source outside of the fraudulent land deals.
The Band Council is right in step with HDI. They apparently get $30,000 a year from Rama Casino for each band member, amounting to $66 million. Someone knows where the money goes! Here’s a job for the third party manager of the Six Nations POW Camp #40.
The truth is always good everytime, even if it smell like shit. People have to deal with it. The puppeteers are starting to have finger farts at the Indian Affairs “war room” on Wellington Street in Ottawa.
Conway Twitty is singing about us onkwe’hon:weh and our petulant love affair with Canada: “People see us everywhere. They think you really care. But myself I can’t deceive. I know its only make believe”.
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CAN YOU TELL THESE CORPOS YOUR VIEWS ON THE CONSTANT ORCHESTRATED CHAOS IN OUR COMMUNITIES. THANKS:
Minister of Indian Affairs, Carolyn Bennett, firstname.lastname@example.org
Indian Affairs Toronto, 25 St. Clair Avenue East, 8th floor TORONTO, ON M4T 1M2 Tel.: 1-800-567-9604 Fax: 1-866-817-3977 TTY: 1-866-553-0554 Email: InfoPubs@aadnc-aandc.gc.ca
U.S. President Barak Obama, email@example.com
All Media, Pope Benedictum XVI, St. Peter’s Sq., Vatican City, Rome Italy; Canadian Center for Foreign Policy Development,firstname.lastname@example.org(National Forum on Africa);
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau email@example.com
Mohawk Council Kahnawake Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org
HDI Haudenosaunee Development Institute 519-445-4222
And any corporate entity you can think of.