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Post time 2011-10-6 13:07:42 |Display all floors


Originally posted by woundedknee at 2011-8-28 11:25
My Chinese/Asian Friends,

Who is Uncle Sam?  Who Own America Really ?

Believe it or not  ~   Good Old    Uncle Sam actually belongs to jolly old England!

North America, thats  ...


According to recent TIME magazine cover story ( October 10, 2011),

"The richest 20% of American households own 85% of the wealth in America."

[Since the richest 15% of Americans are overwhelmingly ruling class minority Anglo-Americans, no wonder they own America!]

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Post time 2011-10-11 06:59:47 |Display all floors

Harvest Time


'You reap what you sow'.

It is a cardinal rule.

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Post time 2011-10-11 18:27:12 |Display all floors
justice will be served when white europeans are forced back to where they came from, and ejected from australia, america, new zealand.

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Post time 2011-10-17 23:23:19 |Display all floors
Originally posted by 延陵堂 at 2011-10-11 18:27
justice will be served when white europeans are forced back to where they came from, and ejected from australia, america, new zealand.

Don't forget the victims of the African Diaspora.

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Post time 2011-10-18 11:36:08 |Display all floors

                                  A man got to do what a man got to do!



           It is about time that every household in America should start paying rent to Native people who had given up way too much

and receive too little in return for their land   and resources on it , for the past 500 years or so.

The following ABC News was reported on YAHOO on Oct 13, 2011;

        Little Tashina Iron Horse, is 6 years old, a chatty and vivacious first grader, and she tells us she wants Justin Bieber to be her boyfriend. If she could, she’d ask President Obama for “Fresh water…and bubble gum…and a backpack.” She wants to grow up to be a police officer, a career choice inspired by her mother Bobbie, who works long hours as a security guard.

Tashina lives on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, where most of the 30,000 to 40,000 residents identify as Oglala Lakota Sioux and boast of a rich cultural history and deep-seated spirituality. Located in the southwest corner of South Dakota, Pine Ridge is one of the 565 federally recognized Indian Nations in the United States. It is also one of the poorest.

Pine Ridge residents live amid poverty that rivals that of the third world. Forty-seven percent of the Pine Ridge population lives below the federal poverty level, 65 percent to 80 percent of the adults are unemployed, and rampant alcoholism and an obesity epidemic combine with underfunded schools to make it a rough place to grow up. Tashina lives in government housing in Manderson, 30 minutes north of downtown Pine Ridge. She lives with her grandmother, parents, siblings and uncles – sometimes up to 19 people live in the three-bedroom house, which has seen better days.

In the decades following President John F. Kennedy’s pledge to fund public housing projects on American Indian reservations, a construction boom began in Pine Ridge. Today, most of these units built in the 1970s and 1980s are in varying degrees of disrepair – a result, critics say, of steep cuts to the Housing and Urban Development budget made by President Ronald Reagan in the 1980s. Public housing dollars today are largely spent battling black mold in reservation housing rather than constructing new homes.

Amid the despair, there are youth across the reservation — like Tashina — who are breaking through the hopelessness with huge dreams and powerful stories. So that she can be a competitive dancer at the pow wows, Tashina sports beautifully hand-crafted outfits made by her Uncle Matthew. Matthew is a senior in high school who lovingly hand-sews and beads Tashina’s pow wow regalia: shawls, moccasins, hair pieces, and dresses. At the pow wows, Matthew is constantly at Tashina’s side: practicing with her and helping her get into costume.

Tashina, Sioux girl.jpg

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Post time 2011-10-19 06:53:17 |Display all floors

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     In North America [ USA,Canada ], Anglo-Americans, as founder of the nation & reigning ruling-class, claim

an exclusive right to all the natural resources coming out of the land - oil, gas, coal, etc.

Anglo-Americans controlled-Corporations  basically operate these businesses.

Oil drilling from America alone is providing 65% of America's energy thirst. ( Yes, imported oil accounted for

only 35% of our needs).

And thats $1.5 billions dollar a day of oil coming out of their lost land.

Federal government's expenditure on all tribal native people in America is just around a billion dollars a year.

[ You do the maths, and] That's how the native people, on their very own land, are getting ripped-off !

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Post time 2011-10-19 15:19:09 |Display all floors

The fate of indians is tragic but understandable. The land was there to be taken and the immigrants came down on them like wolves on the fold. Even chinese came to join in the feast.

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