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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Sat Aug 03, 2013 9:00 am 
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hau lostspirit

it has come to my attention that when itancan oliver red cloud met with the united states attorney general eric holder and asked him to reinstate the 50 mile alcohol buffer zone that piece of shit buffalo soldier had the nerve to laugh. that was a grave insult and terrible mistake on the part of this boat people buffalo soldier.

my thoughts remain the same if you can't sell the land then you can't buy it either and if in fact land is "bought" and transferred in this same manner then that constitutes buying and selling of stolen property and all parties to those transactions need to be prosecuted in the appropriate "legal" venue.

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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Tue Aug 06, 2013 10:55 pm 

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it has come to my attention that when itancan oliver red cloud met with the united states attorney general eric holder and asked him to reinstate the 50 mile alcohol buffer zone that piece of shit buffalo soldier had the nerve to laugh. that was a grave insult and terrible mistake on the part of this boat people buffalo soldier.

my thoughts remain the same if you can't sell the land then you can't buy it either and if in fact land is "bought" and transferred in this same manner then that constitutes buying and selling of stolen property and all parties to those transactions need to be prosecuted in the appropriate "legal" venue.


hau Ghostwarrior,

First let me say that I was most saddened to read the Itancan Oliver Red Cloud had walked on. Every video I saw him in he spoke the truth. One I watched that was 35 minutes long where he addressed the UN Raconteur in Lakota, using English only where there was no Lakota word. Things like "The 1868 Laramie Treaty." While I don't speak Lakota I sat there and listened and was reminded of my best friend who one day got chewed out by his non English speaking grandmother in my presence. I didn't know exactly what Itancan Oliver Red Cloud was saying but I surely recognized the tone, just as I didn't know what Bachan (Japanese for grandmother) was saying--exactly either, so I sat there and let the Itancan Oliver Red Cloud chew me out just as he did to the UN Raconteur (he was hot!!!). In both cases I got the drift. As a decedent of european invaders I could at least give the Itancan Oliver Red Cloud that small courtesy. I cannot imagine "that piece of shit buffalo soldier" Holder doing that to the Itancan under ANY circumstance but I am not an arrogant, rich Black trying my best to be the Whitest Boy in the room either.

As far as the land sales, I quickly noticed that they only wanted to buy tribal member's land and not any of the wasicu's lands that were stolen. That instead of giving all the different tribes the monies that were stolen from them, that they wanted to "help" the tribes by spending the tribes monies in the way THEY thought was best instead of letting the tribes decide what the best uses were for themselves. And lastly, how do you give something to someone who already owns it? In particular the Lakota reservation lands that were agreed upon in the 1868 Laramie Treaty. I will be writing a Letter to the Editor but chances of it being printed, even online, are slim to none.


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PostPosted: Mon Aug 19, 2013 8:01 am 
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"We are on the mountains looking down on the soldiers and the forts. When we see the soldiers moving away and the forts abandoned, then I will come down and talk."

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the american labels of "hostiles" and "militants" have modern equivalents for indigenous defenders in the american-english language and those false labels are "insurgents" and "terrorists"


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"There was a sad misfortune which, although it happened many generations ago, was familiarly quoted among us. A certain band became very independent and unruly; they went so far as to wilfully disobey the orders of the general government. The police were directed to punish the leader severely; whereupon the rest defended him and resisted the police. But the latter were competent to enforce their authority, and as a result the entire band was annihilated."

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hau ghostwarrior, the wasicu are getting angry.
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http://now.msn.com/government-shutdown- ... hotos-show

Poor them, they can't go to "their" national parks. I hope they got snowed in. :lol:


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 4:39 pm 
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got "longknives"? oh hell yeah too many times to count. ;)


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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Tue Oct 15, 2013 4:52 pm 
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hau mitakuyapi friends and relatives i am deeply amused that americans always have to hide behind their false boat people red white and blue myths as our tribal brothers and sisters in the middle east have discovered for themselves the americans are weak cowards, liars, thieves and murderers who hide behind their armor and words and then crow about how brave they are when they get their red white and blue children shipped back to them in boxes by Indigenous Peoples and Nations around the earth. about that again america 11 times in a row by our own nation alone on this continent and once again i see american false pride in giving a young man a "united states congressional medal of honor" because the truth then at wounded knee is the same as it is now these american soldiers have invaded and occupy lands that do not belong to them again and have murdered indigenous peoples once again on their own lands for economic extraction to feed american capitalism and consumerism and what amuses me even more is that the whole world got taken hostage by a bunch of hardcore crackers in the wasicun united states congress...you the know the house of representatives led by once again republicants.

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http://www.history.army.mil/html/moh/indianwars.html

Seventh Cavalry soldiers awarded Medals of Honor: 2nd Lt Harry L Hawthorne, Lt John C Gresham, Lt Ernest A
Garlington, John E Clancy (musician), Pvt Mosheim Feaster, Pvt Marvin C Hillock, Sgt George Loyd, Pvt
Matthew Hamilton, Sgt Albert W McMillan, Sgt William G Austin, Pvt Hermann Ziegner, Pvt Thomas Sullivan,
Cpl Adam Neder, Sgt Frederick E Toy, 1st Sgt Jacob Trautman, Sgt Bernhard Jetter, Pvt George Hobday (cook),
Sgt James Ward, Cpl Paul H Weinert, Pvt Joshua B Hartzog

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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
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hau ghostwarrior, I clicked on the link in your last post to see if there were any of my relations with that medal. There were not but this one did surprise me:

CO-RUX-TE-CHOD-ISH (Mad Bear)

Rank and organization: Sergeant, Pawnee Scouts, U.S. Army
Place and date: At Republican River, Kans., 8 July 1869
Date of issue: 24 August 1869

Citation: Ran out from the command in pursuit of a dismounted Indian; was shot down and badly wounded by a bullet from his own command.

He got a CMoH for being shot by his own command. Priceless!!!


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our tribal brothers and sisters in the middle east have discovered for themselves the americans are weak cowards, liars, thieves and murderers who hide behind their armor and words and then crow about how brave they are when they get their red white and blue children shipped back to them in boxes by Indigenous Peoples and Nations around the earth.


america has not won a war since WW2. We had our ass handed to us in Korea, Vietnam even Grenada. If americans think that other countries did not notice how General Vo Nguyen Giap beat them in Vietnam they are sadly mistaken. american troops found one of Giap's books by the bedstead of Robert Mugabi in Somalia. A week later the US had 18 dead in the "Black Hawk Down" incident. The tribal brothers and sisters in the middle east have something else in common with the Vietnamese. The Vietnamese had fought the Chinese for 1,000 years. Then the French, the Japanese, the French again all before taking on the US. They didn't care if the war went on for another 1,000 years. Those in the middle east will easily hold a grudge for 1,000 years. Time is on their side and more and more flag draped coffins will come back home. Low tech trumps high tech in almost every instance.


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PostPosted: Mon Oct 21, 2013 5:27 am 
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hau lostspirit keeping in mind that the german wehrmacht not the nazi war machine also killed american soldiers at a 5 to 1 ratio the same kill ratio as the akicita of the Seven Council Fires.

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russ i hope you get this message i understand now why you told them to use their "goddam brains"

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hau ghostwarrior, the image speaks for itself:

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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 4:21 pm 
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hau lostspirit many of us have known for a long time because we the People exist at all levels of the american government and civil structures and as i have said before no open communications on compromised communication networks. what makes me laugh is the many who are crying the loudest about having their privacy compromised are some of the same ones crying around about the obamacare website you know the high end users with money who can always afford to be the guinea pigs for experimentation with the latest cell phone technology and as the world was warned not so many years ago about the evils of cell phones by technology experts in many areas i find myself with little sympathy for those who continue to expose themselves to that kind of surveillance in order to be a "hipster"

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hau ghostwarrior,

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many of us have known for a long time because we the People exist at all levels of the american government and civil structures
I read a quote the other day and wondered if it was still true. "I will follow the white man's trail. I will make him my friend, but I will not bend my back to his burdens. I will be cunning as a coyote. I will ask him to help me understand his ways, then I will prepare the way for my children, and their children. The Great Spirit has shown me-- a day will come when they will outrun the white man in his own shoes." Many Horses

I have been crying about loss of privacy because I like freedom and to me the two go hand in hand. The constitution says I have a right to my papers and personal effects.The rest of your statement does not regard me. I am not high end anything, especially money. I don't have a cell phone nor do I want one. If I had one I sure wouldn't expose myself on the darned thing anymore than I would past my picture all over facebook. That whole facebook thing escapes me as does the cell phone. Maybe I'm just old. :cry: :lol: :lol:


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hau lostspirit the americans just figured out that their own largest population is 18-29 what some of us have also known for awhile that our largest population right now in "indian country" is 18-26 and this kids haven't been stepped on the way the older generations have and when the fight comes many of them will step forward because i know where of the minds and hearts of our children are by what i see on their facebook walls and in other places. there is a reckoning coming of that there can be no doubt. this current generation of america's children are the the boat people's last best hope for any kind of survival as a nation.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/ ... NC20131204

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"The Indian Civil Rights Act (ICRA) radically changed the substance of tribal courts. It incorporated the First Amendment and Fourth through Eighth Amendments into a package of enumerated rights that tribal governments were forbidden to abridge."

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"The ICRA's premise was the belief that with inclusion of certain protections derived from the Bill of Rights, tribal courts would have the same relationship to both tribal citizens and tribal government as did the federal courts to the American citizen and the federal government.
The real impact of the Indian Civil Rights Act, therfeore,was to require one aspect of tribal government-the tribal court-to become a formal institution more completely resembling the federal judiciary than tribal government itself resembled either the state or federal governments. The informality of Indian life that had been the repository of cultural traditions and customs was suddenly abolished, and in its place came the rigid requirements that were necessary to identify those instances in which the actions of the tribal government impinged upon the rights of tribal members."

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"With the ratification of the Constitution, Americans insisted on a Bill of Rights so they could postpone the time when government would become their oppressor until the twentieth century and so they could possess guns. At least Republican congressional candidates have insisted on these motives as being foremost in the minds of the constitutional fathers."

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http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/12/ ... NC20131204
From the article:


"In terms of job performance, 54 percent said they disapproved of the president, 59 percent disapproved of Democrats in Congress, and a whopping 75 percent disapproved of Republicans in Congress." We are given this false dichotomy of a two party system. While not liking black feather's policies they would still vote for him because of the alternative. But alternatives to the two party system are starting to emerge. In Washington State there was an election and the young woman that ran as a Socialist won handily. She had been heavily active in the Occupy Movement. I believe that Flip like Russell did not understand the Occupy Movement at all. I believe that had Russell lived and had he not had to be fighting for his life he would have come to embrace it. On this thread: viewtopic.php?f=28&t=3673&p=17625#p17625 there is a video: Where White Men Fear To Tread A Tribute to Russell Means where the person making the youtube video spliced together parts of different Russell Means videos. One thing Russell said was occupying a public park was not really doing anything. What he didn't see was americans for the first time living in a community where the main rule was to treat each other nicely and to respect one another. To care about one another rather than use each other. All votes were by consensus. But like an iceberg two thirds were working unseen. When the Super Storm Sandy hit last year there was an immediate response that became known as Occupy Sandy. They knew how to organize and how to distribute and they just moved in and went to work providing the first response to the victims. What help they were able to give in terms of food, clothing, batteries, fuel, search teams and money seemed to me to comply with Russell's statement of "You don't need government, you have each other." Others are directly taking on the banks, working on community projects and sometimes just feeding people. Some, not all realize they are now on the reservation and the only way to survive is by community.


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