Mr. Russell Means continues his comments on matriarchy
Russell Means discusses how matriarchal systems are in tune with universal law.
In this edition of Weekend Update, Russell Means speaks of the T.R.E.A.T.Y. School, and the concepts of genuine education that enrich and teach individuals and communities. He speaks as well of the disfigurement of natural law by Patriarchy and holding respect for that which cannot be understood.
In this edition of Weekend Update, Russell Means discussed the affinities of matriarchy, as well as respecting the differences that make us strong. He speaks as well to ‘subsistence’ living and to how long it takes the universe to revolve.
Givers of Life, Women are Sacred. Russell Means continues in Part 4 through matriarchy and the miracles.
Russell Means covers this vital topic of Matriarchy. You’ve heard it spoken about before, you looked up the definition, but now Russell dives into matriarchal importance in a candid 8 – Part Series.
Below is Part 1.1 and Part 1.2
and the second half is continued here:
In this edition of Weekend Update, Russell Means sets the record straight about the land crossing over the arctic, as well as the creation stories and the myriad accomplishments of the Indigenous People. He speaks as well of the plague from the Vatican, and the 6,000 year war still raging in this 10 minute installment.
Russell Means speaks of the bad news, the injustices, the indignities, the inhumanities and the good news that can help free humanity from the current destructions.
In this edition of Weekend Update, Russell Means gives voice to the
destructive conditions that women willingly undergo in society. From
those who inhibit their fertility, to those arguing for equal rights,
Russell Means speaks to the underying troubles facing women today, and what can be done to bring the situation back into balance.
Tazz & Paula Show
In advance of the Conspiracy Conference in Santa Clara, California, Russell Means talks with Tazz & Paula about the Feminity Olympics, the Holy Roman Catholic Church’s work against women, as well as the colonized blindness that fogs the sight of those brutalized by empire. He speaks as well of the frightening realities experienced by indigenous peoples today and what changes are to come with the climate in this hour long interview.
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