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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2012 5:15 am 
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Hau mitakuyapi friends and relatives it has come to my attention that the american federal bureau of investigation is going around the country LABELING me "a person of interest". In light of recent events in reference to the two recent mass shootings by crazy wasicun i cannot help but know that the next LABEL the fbi will try to connect me with is "domestic terrorist". (Remember the day when Ance
stors were labeled: "militant, hostile savages" for defense of the People and Homelands.) It is impossible for me to be a "domestic terrorist" for two reasons the first and most obvious being that i am of Dakota, Lakota and Nakota blood which in and of itself makes me an Indigenous human being in this hemisphere. Second it is impossible to apply the label of "domestic terrorist" to an Indigenous human being whose words and actions are a direct response to the american occupier and the american ira puppet govts who continue their acts of ethnic cleansing upon the People and the Homelands everyday.

If this camp sits cold and dark it will ONLY be because the american occupiers have silenced my voice by labeling me a "greasy, militant, hostile savage domestic terrorist" and placing me in one of their american indefinite detention centers. From what i can see the only domestic terrorist in this entire hemisphere is the american government itself.

Allen Milk - Dakota, Lakota, Nakota Activist

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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Tue Aug 07, 2012 9:51 am 
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The words posted here are posted with one intent to inform the world of the generosity of the People of First Nations, to show the world that We are human beings and We are still here. One can look closely and see there is no guile or shame in the words of these First Nations men and true leaders of the People who fought to the death or were murdered for defending their Women and Children and a Way of Life that has existed since forever. Just as I feel no shame in using these very same words to inform the world of the Genocide that takes place everyday in the united states.

They are still saying,"Let them eat grass."http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EpnPudPHoM4
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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Wed Aug 08, 2012 6:24 pm 
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Hey! Ghostwarrior,I am standing beside you.I am tired of what is going on and what has go on for too long in our United States.I thought,too I was a person of interest the other day when I got an e-mail from the FBI and realized it was a scam.It was scarey,non the least.Even though I don't know you personally,I don't want anything to happen to you.Jennifer


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When I signed the petition I asked what they were going to do with the bones of those who died here:

http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2012/08/u ... dmark.html


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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Tue Aug 14, 2012 6:36 pm 
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School wasn't for me when I was a kid.I tried three of them and they were all bad. The first time was when I was about 8 years old. The soldiers came and rounded up as many of the Blackfeet children as they could. The government had decided we were to get the white man's education by force.
It was very cold that day when we were loaded into the wagons. None of us wanted to go and our parents didn't want to let us go. Oh, we cried for this was the first time we were to be separated from our parents. I remember looking back at Na-tah-ki and she was crying too. Nobody waved as the wagons, escorted by soldiers, took us towards the school at Fort Shaw. Once there our belongings were taken from us, even the little medicine bags our mothers had given us to protect us from harm. Everything was placed in a heap and set afire.
Next was the long hair, the pride of all the Indians. The boys, one by one, would break down and cry when they saw their braids thrown on the floor. All of the buckskin clothes had to go and we had to put on the clothes of the white man.
If we thought that the days were bad, the nights were much worse. This was the time when real loneliness set in, for it was then we knew that we were all alone. Many boys ran away from the school because the treatment was so bad but most of them were caught and brought back by the police. We were told never to talk Indian and if we were caught, we got a strapping with a leather belt.
I remember one evening when we were all lined up in a room and one of the boys said something in Indian to another boy. The man in charge of us pounced on the boy, caught him by the shirt, and threw him across the room. Later we found out that his collar-bone was broken. The boy's father, an old warrior,came to the school. He told the instructor that among his people, children were never punished by striking them. That was no way to teach children, kind words and good examples were much better. Then he added "Had I been there when that fellow hit my son, I would have killed him." Before the instructor could stop the old warrior he took his boy and left. The family then beat it to Canada and never came back. Lone Wolf, Blackfoot

"Students were recruited directly from the western reservations." http://www.carlisle.army.mil/usawc/about/Historic.cfm RECRUITED? Man, "the shit's so deep you can't run away."


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Recruited, enrolled? Darned funny words for kidnapping; mental, physical, cultural and spiritual torture. That's what happens when HIStory is written.


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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Sat Dec 15, 2012 1:54 pm 
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"A chief from each band was chosen to distribute the horses to his own people. As the name of each chief was called, he was given as many small sticks as there were horses allotted to his band. My father was called, and he received his bunch of sticks. Then he told allthe young men who wanted horses to come to his tipi. As each man came in, he was given a stick, which signified that he was to receive a horse from my father when the animals had been turned over to the camp.

After he had given out all the sticks, there weres till two young men without horses. But Father did not let them go away disappointed. He picked up two sticks and gave one to each man. He then said he would give them each a horse from his own herd, as he had already allotted all the animals which the Government was to present to them.

Although we had nice ponies in our band, there were nothing as compared to the horses the Government sent. My father would have liked one of them himself, but he was a chief, and was obliged to look out for his people first. How different from the methods of the 'big man' among the whites of this day and age! Before he gets in office he is ready to promise anything and everything to those who can put him there by their votes. But do they keep their promises? Well, I should say not! After they are elected, the first thing they do is to feather their own nests and that of their own families.

But the Indian chief, without any education, was at least honest. When anything was sent to his band, they got it. His family did not come first. He received no salary. In case of war he was always found at the front, but when it came to receiving gifts, his place was in the rear. There was no hand-shaking, smiling and 'glad-handling' which meant nothing. The chief was dignified and sincere."

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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Sat Dec 15, 2012 1:58 pm 
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"For us, warriors are not what you think of as warriors. The warrior is not someone who fights because no one has the right to take another's life. The warrior, for us, is one who sacrifices himself for the good of others. His task is to take care of the elderly, the defenseless, those who cannot provide for themselves, and above all, the children, the future of humanity."

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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Sat Dec 15, 2012 2:12 pm 
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The americans will no longer apply false labels to our People and our Nation: "militant, hostile, insurgent, person of interest and domestic terrorist" you cannot be these things when defending your own Land, People and Lifeways.

Allen Milk - Dakota, Lakota, Nakota Activist

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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Wed Jan 02, 2013 4:16 pm 
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What good does it do for the united states department of the interior bureau of indian affairs federal police to patrol the dakota housing communities at crow creek as nobody is going to talk to them anyway as they know that their complaints will go unheard and uninvestigated thats why its so laughable bordering on the comic to watch them cruise through the communities that hate them for who and what they are and with decolonization taking hold even the most colonial and christianized indians understand the bia police are not their police but the united states federal police enforcement arm tasked with ethnic cleansing by trying to hold the People to foreign american county, state and federal civil and criminal codes even though the People of Crow Creek have their own civil and criminal codes and paper constitution and that is the only "law and order" these "indian police" need to be enforcing on Dakota...thats right DAKOTA LAND.

I would also add that even the small children report them to adults when these "indian police" are in the area and know not to talk to them or tell them anything... so again i would ask the buffalo soldier why are you sending these useless colonized indians into our Dakota community again?

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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 have been pondering your question to the buffalo soldier, black feather. Is he not just another in a long line that want to "help" the Indians? I think of the books that I've read; documentaries and stories I've read online in the last two years. "Rape on the reservation" by Vanguard. The pithy piece done by Diane Sawyer and ABC news. The Frontline article about pedophilia and incest. The stories of rape and brutality in the NY Times. All of which received a call to action to put an end to the problem. Yet, no one calling for action has any solution other than increase police presence and call for ANOTHER commission to study the problem. No one, including that "good christian" black feather has ever admitted the source of the problems they call dire.

Was rape, pedophilia, incest, alcoholism, theft and brutality towards women and Elders a problem before europeans came? Hell no!!! It seems to me that the buffalo soldier is still enforcing the papal bull that started the doctrine of discovery and by which he, along with Harper in Canada, intend to get what is left of your natural resources; have a place to dump their toxins and assimilate any one left alive.

On Dec. 21, 2012 Pope Ratzinger said that, “… child rape isn’t bad. It is normal back in his time. Pedophilia isn’t absolute evil. Child pornography is normal in society. There is no good or evil. Only better than or worse than.”
http://bsnorrell.blogspot.com/2013/01/m ... html#links


I commend your youth for: "I would also add that even the small children report them to adults when these 'indian police' are in the area and know not to talk to them or tell them anything" The US never did learn in Viet Nam or Laos that children made the very best spies. The BIA, what a joke!


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PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 10:24 am 
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"What it was like at Crow Creek. The Indians were almost naked. They wound burlap around their legs to keep warm. Many of the women had to wear burlap gotten from soldiers, and no one had any sleeves on their garments."

Wicankpi Waste Win (Good Star Woman) - Dakota
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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 10:35 am 
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"We have waited a long time. The money is ours, but we cannot get it. We have no food, but here are these stores, filled with food. We ask that you, the agent, make some arrangement so we can get food from the stores, or else we may take our own way to keep ourselves from starving. When men are hungry they help themselves.
Taoyateduta is not a coward! And he is not a fool! Braves, you are like children; you know not what you are doing. You are like dogs in the Hot Moon when t...hey run mad and snap at their own shadows. We are only little herds of buffaloes left scattered; the great herds that once covered the prairies are no more. See! The white men are like the locusts when they fly so thick that the whole sky is a snowstorm. Count your fingers all day long and white men with guns in their hands will come faster than you can count. Yes, they fight among themselves, away off...but if you strike at them they will all turn on you and devour you and your women and little children just as the locusts in their time fall on the trees and devour all the leaves in one day. You are fools. You cannot see the face of your chief; your eyes are full of smoke. You cannot hear his voice; your ears are full of rearing waters. Braves, you are little children - you are fools. You will die like the rabbits when the hungry wolves hunt them in the Hard Moon. Taoyateduta is not a coward....He will die with you.

Taoyateduta (His Red Nation) - Dakota


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 Post subject: Re: A state of war between Crow Creek Dakotah Oyate and the US
PostPosted: Thu Jan 10, 2013 10:55 am 
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The sustained and decades long assault by the south dakota department of social services upon the children of Oceti Sakowin (Seven Council Fires) which is backed by the current crop of genocidal american officials in south dakota from marty jackley, south dakota attorney general (south dakota's top cop) to south dakota governor dennis daugaard must come to an end...these men and this agency are in direct violation of every human rights agreement that has ever been signed by the united states of america.

Many of our People both traditional and colonized, urban and reservation, young and old have come to the understanding that the continued theft of 700 Dakota, Lakota and Nakota children to foreign american foster homes and institutions like the children's home society is not a number that our small Nation of People can sustain and the fact that these acts of ethnic cleansing are being done to put federal dollars in the state of south dakota's treasury makes the assault on our children vile and heinous and yet the buffalo soldier barrack obama and the united states department of justice continue to stand aside and let these acts of ethnic cleansing occur on a daily basis.

Therefore the time has come to once more defend ourselves because we are no longer small herds of buffalo but large packs of wolves roaming across our own homelands and the americans in general and the buffalo soldier barrack obama in particular had better take care to understand that We The People intend to defend ourselves, our children and our homelands... "BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY."


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"Even today, you live in the United States of Dakota. All of this is Dakota Territory."

Ray Owen, Prairie Island Indian Community, 2010

Mni Sota, according to the oral histories of many, has been Dakota homeland for thousands of years. "...Dakota” is a word for “ally” and is most likely a reference to the Oceti Ŝakowiŋ (Seven Council Fires)—or main political units—of the Dakota people. The name "Sioux" has also been used for Dakota people. The Ojibwe (Anishinaabe) called the Lakota and Dakota "Nadouwesou" meaning "adders," or possibly referring to "the people of the snaking river" or "people like snakes in the grass." French newcomers mispronounced this name, calling the nation "Sioux."See More

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"I hardly sustain myself beneath the weight of white men's blood that I have shed. The whites provoked the war; their injustices, their indignities to our families, the cruel, unheard of and wholly unprovoked massacre at Fort Lyon ... shook... all the veins which bind and support me. I rose, tomahawk in hand, and I have done all the hurt to the whites that I could."

Tatanka Iyotake (Sitting Bull) - Lakota

Recorded by the Jesuit priest Pierre-Jean De Smet after a council with Sitting Bull on June 19, 1868See More


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Hau, GW and Lostspirit,

I am still here...the map explains a lot!

Thank you for posting it.


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Hau Ghost Warrior and everyone who cares regarding the plight of the American Indian (past and present). I have sent a few emails to Obama regarding the atrocities committed upon your great people. I have finally received an email in response (I don't know if the "prez" actually wrote it). This is what they sent:

Dear Amy:

Thank you for writing. I have heard from many people concerned about issues affecting Native Americans, and I appreciate your perspective.

Native Americans’ dynamic spirit and heritage are integral to our Nation’s rich history and essential to our future prosperity. As we confront our most pressing challenges, we must address the struggles and aspirations of Native Americans, who have suffered disproportionately from poverty, high unemployment, and poor health for too long. To improve living conditions and ensure fair representation, I am committed to strengthening and building on the nation-to-nation relationship between the United States and tribal nations.

My Administration has acted on this commitment, and we will continue to stand with Native Americans. I worked closely with Congress to secure more than $3.1 billion in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for tribal set-asides. On reservations across our country, these funds are supporting housing and energy efficiency grants, Early Head Start programs and school repairs, and health facilities and policing services. I also called for significant investments to help Native communities address pressing local needs. While funding increases cannot make up for past deficiencies, I am determined to work with tribal leaders to reevaluate our spending priorities and include Native Americans in the national dialogue.

Listening to and learning from Native American leaders, my outstanding team of experts will also help foster a respectful partnership, and they will remain actively engaged in the development and empowerment of Native American communities.

As we renew the United States’ promise of opportunity for all, I am working to bring Americans of all backgrounds into the political process. For more information on this and other important issues, please visit http://www.WhiteHouse.gov. Thank you, again, for writing.

Sincerely,

Barack Obama

Anybody care to offer any opinions or comments?
I also sent an email to buffalo soldier asking him why he sent the seventh cavalry to Wounded Knee on May 1, 2010 but have not received an answer regarding your right to honor your ancestors on your Sacred Land without the harassment of that government that continues to torment you.


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"You come here to tell us lies, but we don't want to hear them. If we told you more, you would have paid no attention. That is all I have to say."

Tatanka Iyotake - Lakota


As recorded by reporters covering a speech made by Sitting Bull to U.S. military officers at a conference between the military and the Sioux who had retreated to Canada. Published in Utley, Robert M. The Lance and the Shield. New York: Henry Holt and Co., 1993. p. 196.

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Historians would now agree that, where deceit was concerned, it was the settlers who were the front runners. It isn't uncommon, and it could be argued that it is customary, for the conquering race to attempt to justify their invasion by dismissing the conquered as dishonest and stupid. http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/202850.html

I am ashamed that I use to watch Matt Lauer on the Today Show. His insensitivity towards First Nations People mirrors the attitudes that so many people to this day regard Ndn's: http://radaronline.com/exclusives/2012/ ... exclusive/


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