KANONHSTATON – The six nations territories had another unwarranted visit from Gary Mchale making a so-called citizens arrest.
KANONHSTATON – The Six Nations territories recently had another unwarranted visit from Gary McHale, who carried out a so-called “citizens arrest” against land defender Kawaowene on the reclaimed lands of Kanonhstaton.
McHale has rampantly promoted his political ideology of Canadian supremacy through a rhetoric of forced equality that violates the Two Row Wampum, and he has sought to impose his unsolicited ideas of what equality should mean for our Nations and peoples.
In peaceful nation to nation dialog, the terms of equality are defined in the constitution of each nation. Our Onkwehonwe hospitality towards the newcomers, and our relationship with the Canadian/British Sovereign has been limited and defined in the Two Row Wampum and the Kaianerekowa (Constitution of the Peoples).
True equality between nations means something different in terms of equality than the domestic equality that McHale is preaching. Equality between nations does not mean that they are subject to eachother’s constitution, for what I am talking about is International equality.
In section 15 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights it states: (1) Everyone has the right to a nationality. (2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality.
I mention this because all along the Canadian colony has knowingly suppressed our true nationalities and true citizenships to our particular sovereign nations. While our original nations enjoy paramount continuity to North America, McHale vexatiously marches onward in his personal crusade against our native free will and self help remedies.
McHale has systematically and arbitrarily denied the evident and chosen nations of the men and women he targets and harasses during his ongoing siege, ramming his confused notions of equality down our throats, and arbitrarily spreading Canadian “equality” forcibly onto the peoples of free nations who have never defined themselves as Canadian and who have never become subjects of the British/Canadian crown.
When McHale talks to the local publics about Two-Tiered justice and Canadian Equality, it must be heard globally as a voice from an advocate for modern day slavery, systematically defiling the restrictive covenants between our peoples. McHale’s perspective is seen by our nations as an attempt to undermine the Two Row Wampum and ultimately our birthrights and our free wills to choose our nations and our distinct ways of life.
In McHale’s mind he arrested a Canadian citizen, but what proof of evidence does he have to back that theory up? In fact, McHale has arrested a non Canadian without a process of extradition. McHale’s crusade may put him and everyone else in a constitutional crisis, and may have violated the covenant of peace between the British Crown and the Onkwehonwe. Some Canadians may call that an act of treasonous contempt.
I remind the Canadian polity of the concepts brought to light in the Queen vs. Tooley case, wherein the concept of Right to resist unlawful arrest is made into common law. Our right to resist and our right of self help will only grow when necessary. We are not Canadian. We are Equal according to the Two Row Wampum.25 comments