Sunday, 27 August 2017
CANADIAN INVOLVEMENT IN BRAZILIAN GENOCIDAL DESTRUCTION - A GRASSROOTS STATEMENT
This is an open letter to the Prospectors and Developers Association
of Canada (PDAC); and the Mining Commission of the Chamber of Commerce
Copies go to:
Right Hon. Justin Trudeau, Prime Minister of Canada;
Idle No More;
The Georgia Straight,
Canadian Consulate-General of São Paulo;
To whom it may concern:
Thanks to a decree by Michel Temer, current chairman of the criminal
and genocidal Brazilian mob in politicians’ costumes (
), Canadian companies will now bring more death, destruction and life
devastation to our part of Abya Yala.
The Canadian part of this global mob knew of it. Months before we, the
righteous owners, learned of it from that honorable part of the
international media whose silence you couldn’t buy yet.
We have resisted so far 517 years of genocidal advances. And lately we
have switched to peaceful means only of resistance. Trying out
conversation and invaders’ inventions like “State of Law” and
“Judiciary” and “Humans Rights Declarations” and so on.
Now I know I was wrong. You proofed me wrong too many times. You,
insatiable and life exterminating individual and corporate
mass-murderers, won’t fool me no more.
As a reaction to both, your incapability to respect, learn and
perceive your lethal cynicism and your misjudgment of our decades-long
strictly non-violent means to resist as weakness, I from now on will
cease to encourage this obviously fruitless approach of the respectful
and peaceful kind. I simply must admit I was wrong, and more radical
youth has been right.
I too agree now, that every Canadian (and other) corporation or
citizen who engages in genocidal and biocidal warfare against us and
our Mother-Land for their profit by teaming up with and reinvigorating
our local genocidal mob-government, currently led by criminals Michel
Temer, Blairo Maggi and Romero Jucá, shall be treated exactly as such:
a life-threatening terrorist.
Please be reassured, it doesn’t make a grandfather happy to say these
things. But I have a traditional “comes first” too:
Huu Te – Southern Abya Yala (“Brazil”)