Thanks Giving

November 26, 2010 by  
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Arabian Sights….. In my heart my thanksgiving is everyday. From the morning star to the moon and the stars…It is our duty to thank the great mystery for all that is. See we do not try to define the indefinable…the mysterious one, the great mystery. And the world that the great mystery provides for everyone [...]

Letter to Obama

November 24, 2010 by  
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Official document as to the independence of the Republic of Lakotah Please click the link to download full letter + signature page. ROL letter to President of the United States #2 (Internet Explorer – Right Click to SAVE TARGET AS and download) (Mozilla Firefox – Right Click to SAVE LINK AS and download) (Clicking on [...]


October 14, 2010 by  
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The following is from Russell Means in response to the article following it. Re: On the Bootleggers’ Trail in Indian Country I’m happy you touched upon the alcohol problem of the Pine Ridge Sioux Indian reservation. But the depth of the problem goes deeper, much deeper. In short it is the policies of the United [...]

Columbus Day

October 11, 2010 by  
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Why AIM opposes Columbus Day and Columbus Day Parades by Glenn Morris and Russell Means When Taino Indians saved Christopher Columbus from certain death on the fateful morning of Oct. 12, 1492, a glorious opportunity presented itself. The cultures Europe and the Americas could have merged, and the beauty of both races could have flourished. [...]

Check this report out from the U.S. Civil Rights Commission on the IHS

October 4, 2010 by  
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Broken Promises: Evaluating the Native American Health Care System (2004)

Debra White Plume: Keep out! Radioactive Sacrifice Area

July 13, 2010 by  
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By Debra White Plume Powertech USA Inc. is embarking on a path of destruction from which there is no return. The company plans to start in situ leach mining in South Dakota’s Custer and Fall River counties that will puncture through four aquifers on the Great Plains and endanger a fragile geologic system. As a [...]

Maude Barlow: “The World Has Divided into Rich and Poor as at No Time in History”

July 8, 2010 by  
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In the following video piece, Maude Barlow, head of the largest public advocacy group in Canada, the Council of Canadians, speaks out against the growing injustices in the world, as well as giving voice to the ecological catastrophe being wrought upon the world for the sake of ‘civilization.’

Raid at Eagle Rock; Two campers arrested, camp destroyed

June 3, 2010 by  
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Dozens of heavily armed Police and State Troopers have raided the peaceful defenders camp at Eagle Rock in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula; “crushing” the month-long effort to protect the sacred site from a controversial sulfide mine. Greg Peterson Reports. BIG BAY, Mich. – The defenders of sacred Eagle Rock sat in a circle and wept as [...]

Counting Coup – Lakota Citizens Stop US Helicopters from Landing at Wounded Knee

May 3, 2010 by  
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By : Russell Means In answer to today’s United States Government and its Colonial Corporation, the Oglala Sioux Tribal Govenment’s press conference: “We the Lakotah People, do not want our massacred dead bodies of Men, Women and Children at the mass grave at Wounded Knee used for publicity by the United States Government nor their [...]

Chinese report documents human rights disaster in the United States

April 25, 2010 by  
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Left out is also is the disaster in our relations with the American Indians with who we broke treaties with, stole their land and subjected them to live in impoverished conditions within a concentration camp without locks. ~Russell Means, Chief Facilitator, Republic of Lakotah 19 March 2010 -Patrick Martin On March 13, China’s Information Office [...]

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