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NO ONE OWNS THE COPYRIGHT ON LIES AND MYTHS


When it comes to lies and myths a person might feel as though Leonard Peltier holds the copyright – yet I find it a sad commentary that there are those who continue to promote John Graham as being a “land warrior” and a scapegoat in the murder of Annie Mae Pictou Aquash. 269 more words

PELTIER CLEMENCY - AN ACT OF RESTORATION

I was recently asked what my position on granting Leonard Peltier clemency is?

My response was to ask two questions in return – had they read my blog and clemency based on what? 372 more words

FLAGS, BANNERS, AND BS

Personally I’m not into flag or banner waving, especially that piece of shit rag banner AIM unfurls whenever a buck can be made or a camera crew is at hand. 198 more words

American Indian Movement Of Murderers, Rapists, And Paedophiles Spawned By The United States Government

INTRO: This information is for the deceived, beguiled, brainwashed, and “spiritually spiked/drugged” (from drinking red made of the blood of innocents AIM kool-aid) followers of the American Indian Movement. 15,872 more words

Honoring Chief Bald Eagle

by K. L. Parry

I started my morning listening to a song. One Tin Soldier, by The Original Castle had been one of my favorite songs during the early 70’s at a time when I had just begun to come into some understanding of the world around me, and idealistically, my place in that world. 590 more words

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Historic District Along East Franklin Floated to Remember Important Native American Landmarks and Activism

Researchers hired by the City of Minneapolis have identified a potential “Historic District” on and around East Franklin Avenue that encompasses buildings significant to the city’s Native American communities. 783 more words

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US political Prisoners: What Washington Doesn't Want You to Know

The United States holds over 25% of the world’s incarcerated, despite comprising just 5% of the planet’s population. The US doesn’t acknowledge having political prisoners, but political activists from the 1960s and 70s continue to languish in America’s prisons. 637 more words