From The Great Whale River in Hudson Bay, Chief Stanley Jason George of the Whapmagoostui Cree First Nation, Quebec Canada visits with Moccasin Tracks, Jan 31, 2013.
Chief George humbly tells us of "The Journey of Nishiyuu"...how the youth approached him and his personal reflections. This is a journey to watch as the youth gather support and arrive to Parliament Hill.
From the Facebook site, this description:
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The Quest of Wisjinichu-Nishiyuu, Quest For Unity
7 Youth with two guides wish to walk to Ottawa and arrive in... Parliament Hill. This is a strong message to prove to other First Nations across Canada that the Cree Nation of Quebec are not sellouts, but keepers of the Language, Culture, Tradition and more importantly; today, we still carry the sacred laws of our ancestors.
This Quest-Journey will establish and unite our historical allies and restore our traditional trade routes with the Algonquin, Mohawk and other First Nations. The time for Unity is now.
Through Unity and Harmony, the quest will revive the voices of our “Anskushiyouch”. Their voices will be heard once more. With their guidance and strength, the Truth to all the sacred teachings will be revived and we will become once more, a powerful United Nations across Turtle Island.
The warriors have awaken and will rise:
The Cree people have always been fierce warriors; they have always been the gatekeepers of the North. They have had many battles and disputes over the territory, and to this day we have never surrendered our land to no nation, not now, not ever.
This land, the earth, the rivers, the winds, the mountains, the clouds and all of the creation, we are the true keepers and will continue to do so until time on earth is over. This Quest, it is time the Youth become the Warriors and the leaders for they are the “Anskushshiyouch” as foretold. The Earth Walkers, the beings put here on earth to protect all of Chisamanitou's Creation. In unity, in harmony, in peace, we will achieve.
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