Part of any victorious movement… is a well-organized research, analysis and intelligence gathering network that constantly informs the movement’s organizers and educators. Without a built-in respect for this network, no movement can succeed.
– Jay Taber, Asymmetrical Warfare
As a committed revolutionary who witnessed the tragic devastation that faux uprisings manufactured and funded by imperialist agencies and NGOs brought to the people of Africa and the Middle East, I am compelled to address their involvement in Idle No More in the hope that this legitimate and necessary Indigenous revolution is protected from harm and to ensure that the First Nations People’s goals are achieved.
Observing the unfolding of this “spontaneous grassroots movement”, I was struck by significant emergent patterns and connections that mirrored with alarming precision what had occurred in globalist orchestrated movements and “color revolutions” throughout the world.
Evidence reveals that this legitimate Indigenous revolution is being strategically hijacked by George Soros and the Tides Foundation and that this process began before it emerged in the public milieu as Idle No More.
The expulsion of traitors and the protection of the revolution must include targeting the globalist entities that operate at the heart of the movement that as yet have not been seen, much less recognized for what they are. This is the task of the revolutionary left.
Let me begin by tracing the path by which George Soros is both funding and influencing the Idle No More movement.
Most people are familiar with the CIA-Soros Freedom House and Open Society Foundation. (See: How the CIA Operates Through Non Governmental Agencies and Deeper Down The Rabbit Hole: US Department of Imperial Expansion )
George Soros is the force behind The Tides Foundation and Tides Canada, although it is officially owned by Drummand Pike. Tides was created to conceal who the actual power brokers are by providing a venue through which funds can be laundered to “intended beneficiaries” without leaving a paper trail. Concealed behind the facade of “donor advised/directed funds”, substantial sums of money pass from “donors” to “recipients”, all tax exempt. Tides also creates multiple front groups that serve as a layered fortress where known globalist organizations can operate invisibly, infiltrating movements under other names.
The following information reveals how these foundations destroy effective resistance.
The IEN is a compromised NGO that is gradually overtaking the Idle No More movement, working hand in glove with Occupy, Adbusters, Ruckus Society and 350o.
MoveOn.org. funded by Soros through the Tides Foundation, was a significant contributer to the demise of the antiwar movement, most notably stifling protest against the war on Libya.
Like other fraudulent NGOs … George Soros and Zbignew Brzezinski’s International Crisis Group (page 5) as well as the Soros-affiliated MoveOn.org, … exist within one degree of separation from the most depraved corporate-financier interests on earth, promoting identical agendas of invasion, war, occupation, and foreign meddling.
The Ruckus Society were also involved in the Arab Spring CIA orchestrated color revolutions that left a path of destruction in its wake, advancing imperialist hegemony in the region, strategically placing US puppet regimes in power in accord with the globalist Greater Middle East Initiative.
…the corporate or Foundation-endowed NGOs are global finance’s way of buying into resistance movements, literally like shareholders buy shares in companies, and then try to control them from within. They sit like nodes on the central nervous system, the pathways along which global finance flows. They work like transmitters, receivers, shock absorbers, alert to every impulse, careful never to annoy the governments of their host countries. (The Ford Foundation requires the organisations it funds to sign a pledge to this effect.) Inadvertently (and sometimes advertently), they serve as listening posts, their reports and workshops and other missionary activity feeding data into an increasingly aggressive system of surveillance of increasingly hardening States.
The more troubled an area, the greater the numbers of NGOs in it.
Armed with their billions, these NGOs have waded into the world, turning potential revolutionaries into salaried activists, funding artists, intellectuals and filmmakers, gently luring them away from radical confrontation, ushering them in the direction of multi-culturalism, gender, community development—the discourse couched in the language of identity politics and human rights.
– Arundhati Roy, Capitalism: A Ghost Story.
Cory Morningstar observed,
The tragedy of such a “successful” campaign which is supposed to belong/be representative of the Indigenous Peoples/First Nations, is that the very people the campaign is supposed to speak for – like the Mohawks – have had their voices completely crushed by the privileged liberal left.
They must pacify it to the best of their ability.
The question is just why the left is allowing the voices of the radical grassroots to be ignored and marginalized – replacing them with the voices of those who protect the system.
Theresa Spence’s hunger strike shares parallels with the death by self-immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi that sparked the CIA-backed Tunisian uprising that spread onwards to Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen, Libya and Syria.
According to the official narrative, Spence’s protest was a response to“the Harper Government of Canada …currently putting through eight bills that violate treaties [that] are meant to destroy and assimilate First Nations in the same way the 1969 White Paper was meant to.” (See Idle No More Bill Breakdown).
There is little doubt that global elites would exploit Spence’s death. What remains unseen is exactly how they would do so.
Photo: Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence, left, Pam Palmater, Diane Kelley, and Ellen Gabriel.
Traitors Among Us
Idle No More calls on all people to join in a revolution which honors and fulfills Indigenous sovereignty which protects the land and water. Colonization continues through attacks to Indigenous rights and damage to the land and water. We must repair these violations, live the spirit and intent of the treaty relationship, work towards justice in action, and protect Mother Earth. On December 10th, Indigenous people and allies stood in solidarity across Canada to assert Indigenous sovereignty and begin the work towards sustainable, renewable development. All people will be affected by the continued damage to the land and water and we welcome Indigenous and non-Indigenous allies to join in creating healthy sustainable communities. We encourage youth to become engaged in this movement as you are the leaders of our future. There have always been individuals and groups who have been working towards these goals – Idle No More seeks to create solidarity and further support these goals. We recognize that there may be backlash, and encourage people to stay strong and united in spirit.
Who could disagree?
It was a revelation to discover that the Chiefs and band councils digress by giving priority to corporate interests over their responsibility to protect and provide for their people.
While Idle No More promotes peace, nonviolence and sustainable communities, Indigenous leadership invest in corporations that are the most egregious violators of human rights and the environment and serve the imperialist military industrial complex.
While media focus on Theresa Spence’s hunger strike, they have failed to address the manner by which the leadership of the Attawapiskat community have been investing in corporations that defy the essence and spirit of the Idle No More movement.
That the people of Attawapiskat should suffer inhumane deprivation and deplorable living conditions while secret deals channel their resources to death-dealing mega-corporations is criminal.
Corporations Attawapiskat Leadership Invest In
The enemy is not only the government of Canada, but the global elite and their network of military and intelligence operatives.
I support in its entirety the Mohawk Nation’s declaration,
The Indigenous People charge the Band Councils, Assembly of First Nations, provincial and territorial native organizations and all ‘Indian’ entities of the Corporation of Canada with “conspiracy” and “fraud”.
Traitors are worse than the enemy, the lowest of the low. Every culture loathes them. They help foreign governments overthrow, make war against and seriously injure their own people. They undermine us from within.
The CIA’s “Left” Gatekeepers promote Idle No More in this skillfully crafted piece,
“Idle No More: Indigenous-Led Protests Sweep Canada for Native Sovereignty and Environmental Justice“
As the police and intelligence agencies in Canada undoubtedly make preparations to crush Idle No More through intimidation, harassment and covert operations, it might be prudent for indigenous activists and their supporters to brush up on such things as Common Sense Security, the Principles of Psywar, and the Power of Moral Sanction
Anyone wishing to delve further can always check out what other movements have done when confronted with similar but distinct circumstances. For those that do, Long Walk to Freedom, The Making of Black Revolutionaries, The Price of My Soul, and Solidarity’s Secret would be good places to start.
– Science of Coercion as well.
I would add to Jay’s list, “Revolutionary Voices Against Imperialism”.
While this investigation continues, I will publish official statements from the First Nations People as they move through the revolutionary challenges ahead to ultimate victory. They do not stand alone in this struggle.
Now in the mountains and fields of America, on its flatlands, in the wilderness or in the traffic of cities, on the banks of its great oceans or rivers, this world is beginning to tremble. Anxious hands are stretched forth, ready to die for what is theirs, to win those rights that were laughed at by one and all for 500 years.
Now is the time to throw off the yoke, to force renegotiation of oppressive foreign debts, and to force the imperialists to abandon their bases of aggression.
– Che Guevara
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