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Founder: The First Nations Peoples of The Six Nations Tribes

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FIRST NATIONS

Anti-imperialist resistance on NationStates.

First Nations is a region of environmental activism and anti-colonialism/national liberation. Allied with Nationstates' democratic forces against oppressor and exploiter regions.


Activism;
LinkIdle No More
News;
LinkTwo Row Times (Six Nations Newspaper)
Youtube;
LinkOne Year Anniversary: Six Nations Land Reclamation
LinkAmerican Holocaust (documentary)
LinkNative America before colonization (documentary)
LinkHistory of Iroquois Confederacy (documentary)

"These are Native territories, invaders and colonizers shall be strung up by the banject rope and left for the crows. First Nations is a sovereign and free region." - Darken wood

Embassies: The American Indian Confederacy, The Sovereign Socialist States, Democratic Canada, The Hill, Caledonia, New France, Kanonhstaton, Niagara falls, Eurasia, The NationStates Holocaust Memorial, Antifa, Taoism, White Genocide Memorial, and The MT Army.

Tags: Anti-Fascist, National Sovereigntist, Eco-friendly, Isolationist, Socialist, Anti-Capitalist, Minuscule, and Serious.

First Nations contains 3 nations.

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Today's World Census Report

The Most Scientifically Advanced in First Nations

World Census researchers quantified national scientific advancement by quizzing random citizens about quantum chromodynamics, space-time curvature and stem cell rejuvenation therapies. Responses based on Star Trek were discarded.

As a region, First Nations is ranked 5,006th in the world for Most Scientifically Advanced.

#NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Great Empire of New American UnionFather Knows Best State“One People, One Nation, One Leader”
2.The First Nations Peoples of The Six Nations TribesDemocratic Socialists“Sovereignty, Self Determination, Socialism!”
3.The Nomadic Peoples of The Taken LandsInoffensive Centrist Democracy“The greatest of injustices.”

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First Nations Regional Message Board

July 4 2014

When the Americans defeated the British, the Brits signed over the territory to the west of the settlements to the newly formed United States.

This territory was previously referred to as 'The Indian Territories'. Many tribes in the territories fought vigilantly alongside the Brits because they were promised their lands would return when they won.

It was the largest land grab in 'American' history, and nothing for Natives to celebrate...

http://www.tworowtimes.com/news/regional/200th-anniversary-commemoration-of-battle-of-chippawa/

Happy Birthday to Shannen koostachin

Teenage activist and hero for First Nations youth in education, Shannen would have been 20 today. She died in a car crash in 2010.

http://www.fncaringsociety.ca/shannens-dream

Native American Indians Take a Stand For Gaza

"The parallels to the plight of the Palestinian people and Native Americans have been drawn by many. Speaking in San Francisco, Tony Gonzales of the American Indian Movement (AIM), "with a common legacy of bantustans (homelands) – Indian reservations and encircled Palestinian territories - Native Americans understand well the situation of Palestinians.'"

http://countercurrentnews.com/2014/08/native-american-indians-take-a-stand-for-gaza/

Rosebud Sioux declare Keystone Pipeline an Act of War:
"Rosebud, SD – In response to today’s vote in the U.S. House of Representatives to authorize the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline, the Rosebud Sioux Tribal President announced that the Rosebud Sioux Tribe (Sicangu Lakota Oyate) recognizes the authorization of this pipeline as an act of war"

http://lakotavoice.com/2014/11/15/house-vote-in-favor-of-the-keystone-xl-pipeline-an-act-of-war/

Native Americans get the chance to tell their side of the Pilgrim story
Before the horrors of African slavery came to America’s shores, there was another kind of slave trade on the continent. The victims of this one were Native Americans. A new exhibition that opened Friday in Plymouth, Massachusetts, highlights this other slave history.

http://www.pri.org/stories/2014-11-17/native-americans-get-chance-tell-their-side-pilgrim-story

Chippewa tribe's children preserving Anishinaabe language
Sasiwaans means "nest" in the Anishinaabe language once spoken widely by Michigan's Chippewa, Ottawa and Potowatomi Indians, and the tiny children who are nurtured here could hold the future of the vanishing tongue.

http://www.lansingstatejournal.com/story/travel/michigan/2014/11/19/chippewa-tribes-children-preserving-anishinaabe-language/19279701/

The Ohlone People Were Forced Out of San Francisco. Now They Want Part of Their Land Back:
"There are only three ways to get land," said Tony Cerda, chairman of the Costanoan Rumsen Carmel Tribe, in 2010. "You can buy it, have it given to you, or steal it."

http://www.motherjones.com/mojo/2014/11/ohlone-san-francisco-cultural-center

Kinder Morgan pipeline protests continue after weekend of arrests:
Over the weekend, the number of arrests on Burnaby Mountain has increased to over 50, as residents, concerned citizens and First Nations groups continue to protest against the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion project.

http://rabble.ca/news/2014/11/kinder-morgan-pipeline-protests-continue-after-weekend-arrests#.VHO1AMAmPyk.reddit

150th Anniversary Sand Creek Massacre Remembrance Events:
November 29, 2014 marks the 150th year since the Sand Creek Massacre. On that fateful morning 150 years ago, Regiments of Colorado (U.S.) Volunteer Cavalry attacked a peaceful Cheyenne and Arapaho village along the Big Sandy Creek. The surprise attack resulted in the deaths of approximately 200 men, women and children. Those who lost their lives will be remembered as part of the commemoration activities planned at the Sand Creek Massacre National Historic Site throughout the day.

http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2014/11/24/150th-anniversary-sand-creek-massacre-remembrance-events-157774

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