SCAM REVEALED - ALGONQUIN NEGOTIATORS CAUGHT “SUCKLING” - WHAT A DIFFERENCE A DAY MAKES!
MNN. Jan. 7, 2008. Eight Mohawks from four communities were invited by Robert “Too Much Mercy” Lovelace, the negotiator for the Ardoc Lake Algonquins, to attend a public meeting in Kingston Ontario. They were supposedly hammering out a deal between the Ardoc/Sharbot Lake Algonquins, Ontario government and Frontenac Ventures Corporation to “stop” a uranium mining project that may have never been meant to see the light of day. “See you there”, he said. The meeting was
to start on Sunday, January 6, from 7:00 to 11:00 pm. at the Holiday Inn.
When we arrived in Kingston at 5:30 pm we phoned Randy Cota, Ontario Provincial Police “chief” of the Ardoc Algonquins to get directions. He phoned their ambulance chaser [lawyer], Chris “The Calf” Reid, who was already at the hotel. Reid said he would be waiting for us there at 6:45.
Kingston Ontario is on Mohawk land. The Algonquins have been our allies for a long time. In July 2007 they sent us a wampum requesting our assistance. According to the Two Row Wampum protocol, we must remain a part of this issue until it is resolved.
We were more than “observers” to this parlay. We had questions to ask the “mediators” about the uranium mine on the Ottawa and St. Lawrence River valleys and water sheds. They go right by four of our Mohawk communities – Tyendinaga, Akwesasne, Kanehsatake and Kahnawake.
Frontenac “Henco INCarnate” Ventures Corporation had a permit from Ontario to mine for uranium on Algonquin land. According to Frontenac Ventures power point presentation, their 2007 exploration program is finished. They need permission to continue. Frontenac is threatening to start drilling in 20 days.
I really like the conclusion in the last two paragraphs of the full article.