Native Warrior Societies, ‘No’ They Aren’t Going Away

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rex1 Mi’kmaq Warrior and RCMP in Rexton, N.B.

By Black Powder | Red Power Media

Native warrior societies are defending indigenous territories and they aren’t going away.

Kris Sims complained in a 2013 Sun Media article, that warrior societies Exist.

Sims said, “they [warriors] block roads, stop trains and fight the cops. Men and women dressed in camouflage, boots and bandanas. They come from reserves, wave red flags, set fires, tear up roads and declare sovereignty for their tribes. They are the so-called ‘Warrior Societies’ and they mean business.

Mohawk protestor Mario Batiste from the Bay of Quinte Mohawks leads the march to confront a vehicle approaching their blockade on  Highway 401 after successfully shutting it down as part of their protest near Deseronto Ontario Friday June 29, 2007. (CP PHOTO/Tom Hanson) CANADA Mohawk protestor Mario Batiste from the Bay of Quinte Mohawks leads the march to confront a vehicle approaching their blockade on Highway 401 after successfully shutting it down as part of their protest near Deseronto Ontario Friday June 29, 2007. (CP PHOTO/Tom Hanson)

They even award themselves ranks such…

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