Anti​-​Canada Crude Haiku

by H. de Heutz

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"Canada invades. Invades on behalf of industry. Invades during ceremony. Canada tears us from our land. Tears us from our families, from our homes. Takes our drums away. Takes our women away. Jails us for protecting the land, for being in ceremony, for honouring our ancestors. On February 10, RCMP invaded unceded Unist’ot’en territory, arresting and forcibly removing Freda Huson (Chief Howilhkat), Brenda Michell (Chief Geltiy), Dr. Karla Tait, and four Indigenous land defenders from our yintah. They were arrested in the middle of a ceremony to honour the ancestors. Police tore down the red dresses that were hung to hold the spirits of missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls, and two spirit people. They extinguished our sacred fire. We have had enough. Enough dialogue, discussion, negotiation at the barrel of a gun. Canada comes to colonize. Reconciliation is dead. It is time to fight for our land, our lives, our children, our future. Revolution lives." -- Unist'ot'en Camp, 13/02/2020

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Image is a map of the Coastal GasLink pipeline for liquified natural gas. (Source:

In solidarity with the Unist'ot'en and Wet'suwet'en asserting their sovereignty over their land.


released February 19, 2020

Written, produced, recorded and mixed by H. de Heutz. Unmastered. Originally released on the Mood Ring compilation (Debaser, 2015). Thank you Rachel Weldon, Debaser, Charles Fairfield, and Jud Crandall.



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