Monthly Archives: July 2012

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Our clans are “regionally concentrated groups with a history of organized political autonomy” with “traditional rulers.” I’m sure that at least a few, if not more, of our clans have been committed to gaining political…

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Colombian Indians to Santos: leave our territory

From White Wolf Pack TORIBIO, Colombia—Indigenous people angry at being forced to live in the crossfire of the Colombia’s long-running civil conflict jeered President Juan Manuel Santos on Wednesday as he visited their war-ravaged southwestern region. Leaders of the 115,000 … Continue reading

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How the West was really won

Tens of thousands of buffalo skulls. The lie they tell you is that we were pitiful savages before the white man came. That we were too stupid to even be considered human. That for these reasons our lands were forfeit, … Continue reading

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Citizenship vs. Secession

An article at Indian Country Today discusses Native independence vs. citizenship. It’s an issue that echoes that of empires past, such as Romes expansion into barbarian territories and the long history of conflict between civilizations and barbarian cultures. The article … Continue reading

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Warrior Virtues

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Time to get crazy…. but not too crazy.

Chris Hedges says Native resistance, both violent and passive, didn’t work in the face of oppression. He also doesn’t want to advocate violence in the face of global catastrophe brought on by the world’s corporate elite. But he won’t stand … Continue reading

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