Was asked to pass this on, but would wait until I saw official notice in AIMF or asked Mark M bout it.
American Indian Movement Of Florida
Goyette Memorial State Office
2134 3rd Ave N Saint Petersburg, FL 33713
web site http://hometown.aol.com/AIMFL
This Saturday May 6, 2006 at 1:30 pm members and supporters of the American Indian Movement of Florida will demonstrate in front of the terrorist state, known as Canada's, consulate offices in Miami (200 S Biscayne Blvd Wachovia Tower) both in solidarity with the brave and valiant Native peoples defending their homeland from the terrorist and naked aggression of the Canadian government.
In March 2006 members of the Rotin'oshon'ni Haudenosaunee Nation set up an encampment to defend their land at Caledonia, which has remained Haudensaunee land for 40,000 years, from the development to be known as "Douglas Creek Estates".
The Canadian and Ontario Provincial government ignored the offers of the dialogue of cooperation by the Rotin'oshon'ni Haudenosaunee defenders and instead on April 20, 2006 attacked the peaceful encampment arresting 16 and tasering grandmothers. The attack was repulsed setting up a tense standoff reminiscent of the famous defense of the Pines Cemetery at Oka in 1990, as well as the murder of Dudley George at Gustafson lake. Indigenous peoples across the colonial settler state of Canada have taken action in support of the brave defenders at Caledonia, blocking rail lines and bridges in addition to rallies and protests.
The American Indian Movement of Florida (Florida AIM) stands in full and complete support and solidarity with and for the Rotin'oshon'ni Haudenosaunee defenders valiantly defending their homeland from the naked aggression and state sponsored terrorism of the Canadian state. We find it interesting that the support Canada has gotten for its invasion and inexcusable actions has been from the US based KKK.
We call on all human beings who opposed terrorism and naked aggression and support human rights to stand with us this Saturday at 1:30.
We ask all to write the Canadian government and demand
OPP, RCMP, and any other police or military forces that have been brought to the area must immediately be withdrawn. Their presence is not protective, but rather encourages escalation.
Six Nations people reclaiming their lands are not criminals. Charges must be dropped against the people arrested on April 20.
Camp communications must not be interfered with. People in the camp must be free to contact media, loved ones, solidarity organizations, etc.
The federal and Ontario governments must move from their past positions and approach the talks with the Haudenoniso (Council of Chiefs) in an honourable and meaningful way.
Ontario Provincial Police, Haldimand County
Inspector Brian Haggith
Premier of Ontario Dalton McGuinty
Attorney General of Ontario Michael Bryant
Phone: 416-326-2220 or 1-800-518-7901
Web comments: http://www.attorneygeneral.jus.gov.on.ca/english/comments.asp
Federal Indian Affairs Minister Jim Prentice
Ottawa Office: Phone 613-992-4275; Fax: 613-947-9475
Constituency Office: Phone 403-216-7777; Fax 403-230-4368
Prime Minister Stephen Harper
Governor General Michaëlle Jean
Phone: 1-800-465-6890 or 613-993-8200
Online petition to Michaëlle Jean: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/850267742
Henco Industries Ltd.
128 Highland Blvd, Caledonia, ONT N3W 2P1