Author Topic: BC v Wet'suet'en  (Read 9854 times)

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Offline waldo

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Re: BC v Wet'suet'en
« Reply #60 on: February 13, 2020, 04:41:35 pm »
statement made by the 'Belleville area' protesters (as circulating on social media) - asserts they will remain until RCMP vacate their presence in, 'Wet’suwet’en traditional territories':

In regards to the injunction served on the people of Tyendinaga, We the people refuse to have your laws imposed upon us. We have, and have always had, our own laws and customs, prior to, during and thereafter your attempts at genocide and assimilation.

A paper ordering us to vacate our land, and or allow passage of foreign goods through our territory is meaningless. We will stand our ground, and as stated, not leave until the RCMP pull out of Wet’suwet’en traditional territories

inquiring waldo: from a First Nations perspective, what relationship/authority, grants standing for the (Ontario) Tyendinaga Mohawk First Nation to protest in solidarity with the (B.C.) Wet’suwet’en First Nation?