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Paula LaPierre is thrilled with the steadily increasing international presence at the international level being afforded the once thought extinct Kichesipirini Algonquin First Nation. LaPierre, Principal Sachem for the Indigenous Peoples, claims that such United Nations opportunities affirm the international communities' commitment to the Rule of Law when regarding the rights of Indigenous Peoples. The Kichesipirini Algonquin First Nation have experienced a long and complex history negatively affected by "Canada's" British colonial administration and quasi claims to jurisdiction.
The Kichesipirini claim a documented record proving the Indigenous Peoples as being the legal founders of the polity known as Canada, but being wrongfully denied their rightful recognition. LaPierre claims that such illegal denial has very serious negative effects for all Canadian citizens, and that all Canadians are being denied access to very important information regarding their political, social and economic status.
Besides gaining support through the United Nations the Kichesipirini is also relentlessly pursuing justice through the independent International Criminal Court and hope to soon set important precedents for all Indigenous Peoples.
LaPierre, on behalf of the Kichesipirini members, is also very appreciative of the support received by so many persons interested in establishing legitimacy and historical accuracy regarding Canada and our geniune participation in the international community. Because of the severity of omitting to ensure such legitimacy LaPierre expresses serious reserves regarding the possible liabilities that can be incrued by those entities still attempting to maintain an old regime destined to collapse without genuine reversal.
Kichesipirini leadership, and increasing grassroots Indigenous community citizens, are strongly committed to ensuring the continued efforts until there is appropriate and complete resolution and reconciliation. LaPierre represents a strong leadership body and a committed community that has never compromised their integrity or identity and claim that it is the commitment to traditional values that will secure Canada's national future and legitimate sovereignty....and that such integrity is dependent of the morale will of people to do what is right and not the abusive misappropriated monies currently used to trick and trap Indigenous Peoples away from their inherent rights.
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