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Activist Communiqué: All Nations Rally and Peace March – Friday in Toronto

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All Nations Rally and Peace March - Friday in Toronto

The Deets:

Friday July 20, 2012
12:00 pm noon
Toronto City Hall
Ontario, Canada

The Call Out:

If you are not a monarch or part of the Vatican, you were colonized. All Nations welcomed!!!

We will be marching from City Hall Toronto to Queens Park to show the AFN chiefs the benefit of Decolonization. We welcome all to bring flags, signs and your drums to this great gathering as we march in solidarity with all nations.

This action is part of a larger week on Six Nations territory called Emergency All Nations Peace Gathering.

The greater call out read: As it stands and because it will be simpler in Canada to decolonize, we have a narrow window of opportunity to turn things around not just for the Indigenous Peoples of North America and its citizens but for all life upon Mother Earth if we act quickly and this is why we must all unite at Eagle`s Nest occupied Mohawk territory in Brantford, Ontario, Canada with as many Nations as possible.

We must take a collective stand within the proper decolonization of all of North America right after the AFN (Assembly of First Nations Chiefs) of Canada had their annual meeting in Toronto, so that they can remember who they are as they hear our voices, so that we can all set things right before it is too late and everything is lost.

The time has come for us as North American Nations to gather in order to stop the insanity so that we can all create the change upon our Mother Earth as Creator of All intended it to be for all life."

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