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"As folks everywhere prepare to go to the auction, it is important to know where they are going. While the richest gold mine in the history of the world was in the He Sapa, it has closed, mined out. A lot of the settlers who came here back in the day were gold miners, people who were FAT TAKERS, our term for selfish greedy people.
"They saw us, along with the 7th Calvary who grew tired of fighting us, (we are known incorrectly as the Great Sioux Nation) as folks who should be rubbed out. Indeed, many United States leaders said so! Dig deep into history to find those old quotes. Mt Rushmore is carved into a mountain in our sacred He Sapa, four faces of American Presidents, a major attraction in a state dependent on tourist dollars. Crazy Horse, carved into granite, is a desecration that attracts major tourist revenue, and is commonly viewed as a twisted Fat Taker gesture to "honor" a great War Chief who gave his life to protect the Lakota people, life ways and land. Tourist attractions are protected by South Dakota law, while Lakota are prohibited from sacred lands so tourists can free roam to spend dollars
. James Anaya of the United Nations knows what he's talking about!"