Iroquois Nation protects sovereignty – Britian denies entry

African People’s Solidarity Committee (APSC) stands in solidarity with the Iroquois’ struggle to declare their sovereignty. 

The British, U. S., and Canada have refused to recognize the Iroquois Nation’s passports, as the Iroquois Nationals lacrosse team attempted to enter Britain to compete for the world championships.  

The Iroquois rejected the foreign white nationalist passports in self-defense. 

Clearly, imperialism desires to maintain its genocidal hegemony over Indigenous peoples.

We, as white people in APSC, recognize that all of america and Canada – colonies built from the genocide of Indigenous peoples and slavery of Africans that benefit whites to this day – belongs to Indigenous peoples. 

We unite with the African Socialist International (ASI) stance that white settler colonialism must be destroyed. Iroquois lands – from Oklahoma to New York to Quebec to Ontario – have to be returned. 

We stand shoulder to shoulder with the 1 billion African people in their quest to overturn imperialism as historical allies of Indigenous peoples!   

Iroquois Nation remains steadfast to protect their sovereignty! 

We call on white people to stand in solidarity with their liberation and the liberation of African, Mexican/Indigenous and other colonized people, as they rid the parasite of white power imperialism forever!  Uhuru!

NO COMPROMISE!

NO SURRENDER!
 

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