In Canada right now there is an Indigenous Rights Revolution happening under the banner of "Idle No More". Idle No More is a peaceful movement led by grassroots people, and started by Indigenous Women in response to Omnibus Bill C-45 (a mix of dozens of unrelated measures all lumped together to prevent intelligent scrutiny), and in response to the unprecedented number of pieces of legislation affecting First Nations Treaty Rights and the Environment currently being pushed through parliament (particularly Bills C-45, C-27, S-2, S-6, S-8, C-428, S-207, and S-212, that have a very clear assimilative agenda). The problem is that any legislation that has an impact on Treaty Rights requires a "Duty to Consult" with First Nations that stems from section 35 (1) of the Constitution Act; yet despite this required "Duty to Consult", that is not what is happening with any of this new legislation. Furthermore, this legislation has been widely seen as in breach of the "Spirit and Intent" of Treaties, as well as a violation of many of the articles of the "United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples", to which Canada is a signatory. So far the #Idle No More movement has included an extensive social media campaign, "flash mobs" in public spaces in every major city consisting of drumming, singing and round dances, a March and Protest on Parliament Hill, Blockades of Roads and Railways, petitions, letter writing and phone calling campaigns to the Prime Ministers Office and to MP's, tweeting campaigns to celebrities to enlist their support, as well as a hunger strike on its third week by Cheif Theresa Spence of Attawapiskat First Nation, who has become the face of the movement, and has said she will not eat and is willing to die unless the her demands are met.Chief Spence's demands are simple, that the Prime Minister, Governor General, and other representatives of the Crown agree to have a meeting (yeah that's it, a meeting) with First Nations leaders and Governments to discuss the Treaty Order Relationship with First Nations and the recent wave of legislation that will directly affect them.#Idle No More has received much support, 3 opposition parties (Green Party, NDP, and Liberal) have expressed their support for the movement, amnesty international has written a "Joint Statement Supporting Chief Spence and Idle No More", the David Suzuki foundation has issued a Letter of Support, the Canadian Auto Workers and Civil Service Unions across the country have also shown support for the movement, and protests have spread internationally occurring all over the world.Perhaps it's time Anonymous folks out there became Idle No More?