Tuesday, November 30, 2010

STSSA Friends & Family News & Issues 11/30/2010

A message from Wakanyeja Pawicayapi Inc. - Porcupine, SD

As a supporter of grassroots organizations on the Pine Ridge Reservation, Village Earth would like to highlight the work of Wakanyeja Pawicayapi, Inc. based out of the village of Porcupine. Wakanyeja Means Children. Wakanyeja has much deeper meaning; “Wakan” is sacred and “yeja” is translated to mean “a gift” Pawicayapi: to put them first. We believe that the ‘Sacred Gift’ is at the center of the sacred hoop of life, and they must be protected and nurtured. They are our future and the most fragile. Wakanyeja Pawicayapi, Inc. (Children First) comes from the rebirth of the Lakota way of life and laws through education, healing, and collaboration. This holiday season, please consider donating directly to Wakanyeja Pawicayapi by going to their website at http://www.wakanyeja.org/

A message from Wakanyeja Pawicayapi Inc

"As a Lakota culturally appropriate mental health resource for children/youth and families on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation since 1999, we do not receive federal funds for the services we provide. These services include primarily child/youth and family healing in the areas of trauma, suicide prevention, physical abuse and sexual abuse.

We respectfully ask for your support, both financially and spiritually. Your financial support will help us to purchase wood for the purification lodge ceremonies, purchase food to serve children/youth and families after the ceremonies and pay for general operating costs.

Your spiritual support in the form of appeals to the Creator on behalf of children/youth and families who continue to suffer from intergenerational grief, loss and trauma will strengthen the work that we do and will assist in the ongoing battle for our Lakota way of life and the future of our children and grandchildren. For more information contact Taoiye Wakan Win, S. Ramona White Plume, Executive Director, Wakanyeja Pawicayapi, Inc., P.O. Box 100, Porcupine, SD 57772, sonjar@wakanyeja.org, 605-455-1226. Wopila (thank you)."

Posted By: David Bartecchi

To: Members in Lakota Lands Recovery Project


Native Americans Receive Less Than One-Third the Amount of Federal Funding as Medicare Patients

Disparities in care examined in fourth issue of the Novo Nordisk BlueSheet

Princeton, N.J. (November 22, 2010) /PRNewswire/ — While Native Americans have the highest per capita incidence of diabetes in the United States, aid for medical needs and health care for Native Americans is significantly underfunded. Indian Health Services, the division of U.S. Health and Human Services that focuses on the concerns of Native Americans, receives approximately $2,000 per person per year, while Medicare is funded at more than $7,000 per person per year and Medicaid is financed at nearly $4,000 per person per year.¹
The risk for diabetes is more than twice as high in Native Americans than in non-Hispanic whites.² And, the consequences of poor diabetes control, including kidney disease, blindness, and limb amputations, are devastating to Native Americans. For example, the rate of diabetes-related kidney failure is 3.5 times higher among Native Americans than in the general U.S. population.³
Other issues related to resources and economics also contribute to the disparity. In some cases, basic medical supplies like gauze and antibiotic ointments are in short supply. Due to the remote locations of many Native American communities, access to general practitioners and diabetes care specialists is limited.
“Native Americans face particularly unique challenges that inhibit their ability to obtain adequate diabetes education and treatment,” said Jerzy Gruhn, president of Novo Nordisk Inc., a leader in diabetes care. “Novo Nordisk is working to help ethnic communities hit hard by diabetes through legislative efforts and strategic partnerships with organizations.”
The disparity in diabetes prevention and care in racial and ethnic communities is examined in the fourth issue of the Novo Nordisk BlueSheet. Highlighted in this issue are specific advocacy efforts that address the disparity. Also featured are interviews with Dr. Donald Warne, director of the Office of Native American Health at Sanford Health, about how the office serves nearly 300,000 Native Americans in 28 tribes where the prevalence of diabetes reaches 50 percent in some communities, and with one Native American woman living with diabetes about what she’s doing to take control of managing her disease.

About Novo Nordisk

Novo Nordisk is a global healthcare company with more than 87 years of innovation and leadership in diabetes care. The company also has leading positions within hemophilia care, growth hormone therapy and hormone therapy for women. Novo Nordisk's business is driven by the Triple Bottom Line: a commitment to social responsibility to employees and customers, environmental soundness and economic success. Headquartered in Denmark, Novo Nordisk employs more than 29,650 employees in 76 countries, and markets its products in 179 countries. Novo Nordisk’s B shares are listed on the stock exchange in Copenhagen and its ADRs are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NVO). For more information, visit novonordisk-us.com.


¹ Indian Health Service Web Site, “2005 HIS Expenditures Per Capita Compared to Other Federal Health Expenditure Benchmarks.” January 2006.http://www.ihs.gov/NonMedicalPrograms/BudgetFormulation/documents/Per%20Capita%20Hlth%20Expend%20Comparison%20Charts%202-6-2006.pdf
² American Diabetes Association website, “Native American Complications”,http://www.diabetes.org/living-with-diabetes/complications/native-americans.html
³ Indian Health Service Web Site, Fact Sheet, June 2008, http://www.ihs.gov/MedicalPrograms/Diabetes/index.cfm?module=resourcesFactSheets_AIANs08

For further information please contact:

Lori Moore
Executive Director, Communications & Public Affairs, Novo Nordisk

See site for video & further information: Living With Diabetes: The Story of Patsy Left Hand Bull

Copyright © 2010

On this planet we are all made of the same DNA as the earth. This makes us all one genetically. The borders that we use are all man-made. Race, religion, class and geographic borders, all come from the original sin, Hierarchy. The monarchies all trace their lineage through the Pharoahs to King Nimrod of Babylon and they all retain their “right to rule” on his lie of hierarchy. Nimrod was also the originator of Masonic mind control technology. A great book on this is Uriel’s Machine http://www.knight-lomas.com/uriel.html
The truth is in the original creation story, that we all started here on Turlte Island. The Sky woman fell from the Skyworld to this world when it was covered in water. A turtle allowed her to sit on his back and she created North America first; the geoliogic record proves that the Canadian shield is the oldest rock on earth. It was another passing of the skyworld before she created the 4 races of men; from the clay the redman, from the soil the blackman, from the bark of the elm the yellowman and the last brother from the salt of the ocean the whiteman. After the other parts of the earth were ready, she placed the yellowman on another part of the earth and told him to return to Turtle Island one day. She placed the Black and white men somewhere else and told them they should return to Turtle Island one day. She left the redman here and told him she take care of turtle island for the return of his brothers. The reason America has its name, originates in Babylon where “Merica” was the star in the west where they were created.
When the Templars arrived in the 1300’s we said “welcome home younger brother”. They used to be a papal order and the next visitors were the Jesuits, another papal order. The story line is they were here to spread Christianity but the real reason was spreading the plague. Estimates range from 80 to 120 million died in the genocide. A great movie on the Canadian involvement is 1991“Black Robe” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v11VrC3cb_A The Vatican was behind all of it and only now are we shocked at the molestation of the children by the priesthood?
In 1701 at Montreal, 37 nations from across Great Turtle Island met with France and it was agreed that we would share our land with our younger brothers from across the sea through Gushwenta under kayanerakowa , the constitution of peace, perpetually forever. England was brought into the treaty and were the next to join. Our chiefs travelled to England in 1710 to spread the peace to Europe and they discovered that there was no interest in peace over there. Peacemaker taught us 3 things; Oneness, Power of the Mind, Constitution of Peace. Of all the entities who came to this earth he was the brightest teacher and it was because he knew until you figure it out for yourself, you will never get it. He asked us Haudenosaunee to be the guardians of this formula and to spread it to the world. We arrived in Europe again in 1923 to join the League of Nations but were never even allowed to speak, although totally sponsored and qualified. If we had been allowed to speak, WW2 would have never happened and we would be well on our way to spiritual advancement on this planet. For until we stop the continuous slaughter of our own kind we can never evolve as spiritual beings.
The peace lies in the consensus process. In the longhouse example; Being matriarchal we derive Clan from the mothers and the house meets in clans. Anyone having an issue that affects the entire nation puts it into the well. Turtle Clan mother draws the issue out of the well and the turtles all have their say on the issue until they become of one mind and they turn it to the wolves. Wolf Clan mother discusses how the issue went into the well and how the Turtles saw it and then the wolves all have their say on it until they become of one mind and turn it to the bears. Bear Clan mother discusses how it went into the well and how the turtles and wolves became of one mind. Now the bears all have their say on it until they become of one mind. In this example there is never anywhere for division as that is the root of all war. The truth is we are all one.
To end the current war we must put an end to corporatism. To end corporatism we must restore shareholder liability and remove the masks. We will find the same individuals own all the corporations. They are the Masters of War and the only impediment to peace. Their constitution is “Ordo ab Chao” or divide and conquer, the constitution of War. Until we can all figure this stuff out in our own minds, the war will continue.

Unity, Strength, Peace,
thahoketoteh of Kanekota


First Nations chiefs betray their people

The revelations just keep on coming from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, which has obtained truly startling data about the absurd pay levels of some aboriginal chiefs and band councillors on reserves across Canada. There's good reason to hope that these shocking numbers, revealing as they do some obvious abuses, will lead to real change.

And "shocking" is certainly the word: At least 82 reserve politicians are paid more than the prime minister of Canada, and 222 others are paid more than their provinces' premiers. One chief in Atlantic Canada collected $978,468 tax-free. The average income of natives on Canada's reserves, meanwhile, is about $15,000 a year.

The pay and expense data were provided without names but with some identifying details; the Calgary Herald was able to deduce that three chiefs of the Stoney Nakoda Nation apparently earned a total of more than $1.1 million; their band has a total population of 3,788.

To be sure, some native leaders work on their reserves unpaid, and many take salaries anyone would consider fair.

But the Taxpayers' Federation disclosures do more than finger the greedy minority; they also demonstrate how badly Canada's principal native organization, the Assembly of First Nations, fails the people it claims to represent. Here's how:

Kelly Block, a Conservative MP from Saskatoon, is promoting a private member's bill requiring all such salaries to be made public. Nobody should object to that but the Assembly of First Nations -a grouping of chiefs, not of rank-and-file natives -is fighting the idea. What a disgrace.

Block's First Nations Financial Transparency Act is just a start. The social problems endemic to many of Canada's reserves obviously demand sweeping changes, and breaking up the stranglehold on power which a few native politicians enjoy is an essential part of the process. Pay disclosure is only one little step.
© Copyright (c) The Montreal Gazette

Read more: http://www.montrealgazette.com/business/First+Nations+chiefs+betray+their+people/3880780/story.html#ixzz16Ixlxuew

Posted By: TjMaxx Henhawk

To: Members in First Nations & Aboriginal Rights


Buffalo Field Campaign

Yellowstone Bison
Update from the Field
November 25, 2010

BFC is the only group working in the field every day to protect the last wild buffalo population in the U.S.

* Ways You Help Protect Wild Buffalo
* Update from the Field ~ We Give Thanks
* Holiday Gift Idea: 2011 Wild Bison Calendars
* Last Words
* By the Numbers
* Helpful Links

* Ways You Help Protect Wild Buffalo

While we have many things to be thankful for this year, none of them would be possible without your inspired contributions and strong support. The actions you took, the donations you made, and the help you lent in 2010 have allowed Buffalo Field Campaign to powerfully defend the wild buffalo on many fronts.

As they have every winter since 1997, Buffalo Field Campaign patrols were in the field with the buffalo protecting them from and documenting every action against them all last winter. More than 150 volunteers joined us in West Yellowstone and Gardiner Montana last year to wake every day before sunrise and ski out along the Yellowstone boundary to document and defend the buffalo and their native habitat. Volunteers captured video footage, shot photographs, recorded data, and wrote stories so that BFC could continue to keep you up-to-date, informed, and inspired to act in the bison's defense. These field patrols are the backbone of BFC's body of work; without them we would be just another group working from an office and removed from the species and ecosystem we are striving to protect. Patrols give us face-to-face time with the bison, allowing us to experience firsthand their natural grace and every human action taken against them.

Learning from the bison what their lives should be like and bearing witness to their harassment and slaughter are both powerful motivators for change. Recognizing that the buffalo will only be safe when they are protected under human laws, BFC is currently pursuing two separate lawsuits against the agencies responsible for the slaughter. Our habitat lawsuit, filed against the National Park Service and US Forest Service, aims to protect the bison and their native habitat from a management plan that has needlessly removed--through hazing, shooting, and slaughter--thousands of wild bison from federal lands that are their birthright. We are asking the federal courts to forbid the Park Service and Forest Service from participating in or permitting actions that would lead to the slaughter or removal of wild bison.

BFC's Public Trust lawsuit takes the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife, and Parks (FWP) to task for its decision to relocate quarantined Yellowstone buffalo from the ecosystem and house them where they can not be accessed by the public on the Green Ranch owned by Turner Enterprises Incorporated (TEI). The lawsuit also seeks to overturn FWP's decision to compensate TEI with the offspring of these once wild Yellowstone buffalo. FWP's decision violates the public trust, and we are asking the courts to force the agency to honor its original promise that all the quarantined bison, including their offspring, would be managed as public wildlife and not be privatized or commercialized.

In addition to filing these legal actions, BFC strengthened our relationships with allies in Congress to further our legislative strategy to protect wild buffalo and their habitat. Since December of 2009 we have employed a Washington, DC-based Policy Coordinator to create, promote, and identify opportunities to protect the bison through federal legislation and appropriations. Our long-term efforts to protect the bison's critical habitat on Horse Butte paid off last December when the Forest Service closed the Horse Butte public lands grazing allotment.

These are just a few of the specific strategies Buffalo Field Campaign is currently undertaking to protect wild bison and their habitat. Please continue to support Buffalo Field Campaign so we can carry these efforts to successful completion. With more than 65% of our budget coming from tax-deductible individual contributions, our success depends upon you. Please contribute what you can today. Even a five or ten dollar contribution is a big help!

If you can not afford to support us financially at this time, please take a moment to write a review of Buffalo Field Campaign. Potential funders view these reviews and your positive words will help inspire others to contribute much needed funding.

On behalf of everyone at Buffalo Field Campaign, we wish you a happy holiday season!

For the Buffalo,

Dan Brister
Executive Director
Buffalo Field Campaign

* Update from the Field ~ We Give Thanks

Two buffalo roam the riverside. BFC file photo from the archives. Click here for larger image.

We give thanks that there are still wild buffalo walking the Earth. Buffalo that still follow their migratory instincts and still carry the integral wisdom of the ancients that does not bend or bow to human fences, boundaries, or prejudice. We give thanks for the wild buffalo's instincts to simply place one foot in front of the other and walk the land, regardless of government plans; a drive so deeply rooted in their time before time that man's shallow greed has not yet taken this from them. We give thanks that buffalo still roam, confounding certain humans' selfishly inflicted consequences. We give thanks for the last remaining buffalo that found shelter in Yellowstone's remote Pelican Valley barely 150 years ago; the twenty-three that were all that was left of tens of millions, who ensured the survival and wild integrity of their prehistoric kind. We give thanks that buffalo have biologically withstood diseases brought by invasive cattle, their blood building resistance to the dark gifts from these bovine invaders. We give thanks that it is still possible to look into the eyes of a wild buffalo and remember a time we forgot we once knew, and dream of its return. We give thanks that the land cries out for the return of wild buffalo, welcoming their homecoming when the hearts of humans open to the drumming of the buffalos' foot steps, and the land is again shared, healed and whole with the presence of wild buffalo.

We give thanks for the abundance of snow that has been falling, snow that brings the life giving waters when the sun waxes and the rivers run fast and deep through the veins of the mountains and out to the sea. Bittersweet this gift, as the buffalo will also flow with the deepening snow, and this is as it should be, and though we know harm awaits them, we celebrate their life force and give thanks that they continue in their wild ways despite the obstacles. We give thanks for the persistence, resistance, and endurance of wild buffalo.

We give thanks for those who hear the call of the wild buffalo. We are grateful for the volunteers who come from around the globe to defend the buffalo, joining us for the first time, or coming back again year after year. We give thanks for everyone everywhere who cares about wild buffalo and celebrates their wildness and takes action for their right to roam. We give thanks to all of you who make it possible for us to be here standing with the last wild buffalo, bearing witness, sharing their story. We give thanks for the realization that long-term perseverance and passion-turned-action will bring the necessary change we all seek. We give thanks that the status quo that harms the buffalo and the land is an unsustainable and temporary thing in the grand theater of life on earth. We give thanks that there is still time to act, though the time is short, and act we must. We give thanks for the elders who guide us with experience and wisdom and for the flame of passion that burns within the hearts and minds of the youth; for the combined energy and power we hold in our hands to save us from ourselves, and learn to be more like the buffalo. We give thanks for the lessons the buffalo teach us about family, solidarity, fearlessness, abundance, resolve, gentle strength, coexistence, following our instincts without compromise, non-violence and the simplicity of the solutions right before our eyes. We give thanks for the hope and vision of a life for buffalo in which they thrive within their inherent wildness, for a world in which buffalo and all other native wildlife are given precedence on public land, and that buffalo herds will remain as a self-regulating sustainable population, and a viable genetic source for their future evolutionary potential.

We give thanks ~ everyday ~ for the wild buffalo that remain and for each and everyone of you who cares about buffalo and makes the work of Buffalo Field Campaign possible.

Thank you from Buffalo Field Campaign! Clickhere for larger image.

Roam Free!

* Holiday Gift Idea: 2011 Wild Bison Calendars

You, your friends, family, and colleagues can celebrate wild bison 365 days a year with this breathtaking calendar featuring the photos of BFC supporters and volunteers. These calendars make terrific gifts, so get your 2011 Wild Bison Calendar while they last! Order yours today!

* Last Words


Later, if it is still possible,
will the salmon come back if the rivers run?
Would the bison have a chance?
Could the grass return to their feet,
hooves stirring soil to seed,
fire opening cones to saplings?
What might grow there again
between meadow and tree-
wild sheep carving the peaks,
and the small pika in its den,
wolves hunting voles, calves, old elk,
their muscles and teeth
making life.

~ Carol Snyder Halberstadt, Oct. 29, 2010

Do you have submissions for Last Words? Send them to bfc-media@wildrockies.org. Thank you all for the poems, songs and stories you have been sending; you'll see them here!

* By the Numbers

AMERICAN BUFFALO ELIMINATED from the last wild population in the U.S.
2010-2011 Total: 0

2010-2011 Slaughter: 0
2010-2011 Hunt: 0
2010-2011 Quarantine: 0
2010-2011 Shot by Agents:
2010-2011 Highway Mortality: 0

2009-2010 Total: 7
2008-2009 Total: 22
2007-2008 Total: 1,631
Total Since 2000: 3,709*
*includes lethal government action, quarantine, hunts, highway mortality

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Tribes angry, Everglades projects halt after workers dig up major burial ground but don't tell



In May 2008, archaeologists began the tedious task of exhuming the remains of Native Americans at a remote site south of Lake Okeechobee and reburying them at another remote site, to make way for a man-made wetland needed to restore the Everglades.

The Miccosukee and Seminole tribes signed off on the project after being told that the archaeologists would carefully and respectfully re-inter the miscellaneous collection of bones and teeth that had been found.

But the more the archaeologists dug, the more they found. After nearly two years, the tribes learned that what they'd been told were some teeth and bones turned out to be partial remains of 56 men, women and children moved from an ancient burial ground so significant that it would have been eligible for listing on the National Registry of Historic Places.

The Seminoles are angry. They believe they should have been notified immediately when archeologists realized they were dealing with more than isolated bones and teeth. Now the Seminoles want all 901 bones and 245 teeth returned to their original resting place.

"We're not OK with relocating a burial ground," said Tina Osceola, the Seminole Tribe of Florida's Historic Resources Officer. "You're talking about too many individuals and that disturbs the balance between our ancestors and those who are walking today. We want them put back."

The controversy has created a nightmare for the South Florida Water Management District, the agency responsible for the Everglades Restoration. Construction near the four burial sites has stopped, delaying the vital project at a time when two angry federal judges are demanding the district speed up the cleanup.

Archeologists hired by the district to move the remains have said they may not be able to return them to their original burial sites because they don't know exactly where they reburied them. Even if they can be located, many of the remains could be damaged if moved again.

Returning the remains would mean engineers would have to redraft Everglades restoration plans, to avoid the burial sites or build structures such as berms, to protect the sites from flooding. That means permits must be modified or new permits issued, a process that can take months.

The controversy has further strained relations and eroded trust between the tribe and the agencies involved in restoring the Everglades. The timing could not be worse for the district, as more construction projects are starting in remote areas where more remains and artifacts likely will be discovered and the tribe's cooperation will be needed.

"As far as our confidence level is concerned, I can't say it's been shaken," Osceola said. "I can't say as a tribe we had any confidence in the government to begin with."

The Miccosukee Tribe, which raised the most concern when the project began, has said little about the controversy. The Miccosukee Tribe's lawyer did not return a call for comment.

For now the Seminoles are more concerned with the fate of the remains than assessing blame. They want the remains returned and they want their rules followed:

Flat shovels must be used to scrape the soil until the white sand covering each burial site is exposed. Then, a hand-trowel must be used. To ensure the remains are not mixed, only one burial site at a time can be worked on. The bones should be reburied within two days and the orientation must match the original position. For example, some of the bodies were lying face up, others face down and some on their sides. Most were buried with the head facing east.

"To native people, culture is our religion and spirituality," Osceola said. "We have tribal members who are angry, scared and very deeply, deeply concerned with this issue. So much so that during every tribal meeting I am asked to give an update on this."

As for blame, there may be none, at least legally. Janus Research, the archeological firm hired by the district, has complied with the permit it obtained in May 2008 to move the remains. The three agencies involved - the district, Army Corps of Engineers and State Historic Preservation Officers - have said they followed the conditions set forth in a memorandum of agreement signed in December 2008.

During the excavation, weekly conference calls were held between the three agencies and the archeologists about what they had found and the status of the reburials. The tribes were not included, according to notes from the district. However, in January the archeologists asked for guidance: There were so many remains found at one of the sites that they were faced with the ethical dilemma of whether to preserve the site or continue with removing and reburying the remains.

The agencies notified the tribes about the concerns. Tempers flared. In May, tribal representatives walked out of a meeting with the district, corps and State Division of Historic Resources when discussions focused on what happened and not what will happen, Osceola said.

"Let's come up with solutions and then deal with the blame later," Osceola said. "Until the parties were willing to talk about a solution, we weren't going to come to the table. They are playing by our rules now."

Earlier this week, the tribe escorted officials from the district and corps on a tour of the sites, hoping to educate them about the tribe's traditions and the significance of the remains. The tribe insists the remains be returned and new permits and rules be put in place to ensure that the tribe is contacted throughout the process.

Despite the tribe's demands, it does not have the legal right or final word on what will happen, in the corps' view.

"We're doing everything we can to work with the Seminole Tribe and we take our relationship with the nation very seriously," said Tori White, chief of the corps' regulatory division in Palm Beach Gardens, which is handling the project. "At the end of the day, it's the corps' decision."


If confronted by a Bear, just be cool and ask the Bear a question.....



BP oil spill incident commander dies in small plane crash 24 Nov 2010 Jim Black, a BP incident commander for the company's Gulf of Mexico oil spill response team, died in a small plane crash near Destin, Fla., on Tuesday night, the company confirmed. The Coast Guard said the small plane crashed Tuesday about 7:30 p.m. in Choctawhatchee Bay. Black, whose job at the oil giant was director of operations for the Gulf Coast Restoration Organization, spent a lot of his time during the past several months in and around New Orleans.

Obama Needs 12 Stitches After Getting Whacked in the Lip --President Obama Injured Today Shooting Hoops 26 Nov 2010 President Obama needed 12 stitches on his upper lip after he was inadvertently hit this morning while playing basketball with friends and family at Fort McNair in Washington, D.C. The president was playing defense when Rey Decerega, an opposing player, turned into him to take a shot and his elbow hit Obama in the mouth. The president was given a local anesthetic for the procedure.

Saturday milestone: US, allies will have been in Afghanistan a day longer than Soviet Union 25 Nov 2010 On Saturday Nov. 27, the United States and its allies will reach a grim milestone: they will have been in Afghanistan a day longer than the Soviet Union had been when it completed its 1989 withdrawal. What's more, the U.S. announced during last weekend's NATO summit that it intends to spend at least four more years, and possibly longer, in the Hindu Kush. Even then, many Afghans -- perhaps even the president installed by the U.S. invasion -- appear to doubt that the Americans will succeed where their erstwhile Cold War nemesis failed.

UK Gov issues DA notices over WikiLeaks bomb 26 Nov 2010 The UK Government has issued Defence Advisory Notices to editors of UK news outlets in an attempt to hush up the latest bombshell from whistle-blowing web site WikiLeaks. DA Notices, the last of which was issued in April 2009 after sensitive defence documents were photographed using a telephoto lens in the hand of Assistant Commissioner Bob Quick as he arrived at No 10 Downing Street for a briefing, are requests not to publish, and therefore not legally enforceable. [Hahaha! I'd publish in five nanoseconds - maybe sooner!]

News Updates from Citizens For Legitimate Government
26 Nov 2010
All links are here:
Renowned Activist Rev. Kevin Annett to speak locally

The man who was instrumental in forcing an apology from Canada for its crimes in Indian residential schools, and who served a Summons on Pope Benedict this year, is conducting a continent-wide book launch and speaking tour during January, 2011.

Author and award-winning Film maker Kevin Annett will be reading excerpts from his new book Unrepentant: Disrobing the Emperor and organizing support for a new International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State, to convene this April in London, England.

Unrepentant: Disrobing the Emperor

Between January 3 and 28, Kevin will speak in fifteen cities across the United States and Canada, prior to a similar tour in Europe.

Kevin is a former United Church minister who was fired, defrocked and victimized by church and state officials after he unearthed evidence of the murder of children in his church's Alberni Indian residential school in 1995.

Since then, he has led an independent movement to hold responsible and bring to justice the churches and government responsible for the deaths of more than 50,000 in the residential schools.

His tour will include stops in Ottawa and Washington, DC, where he will meet with senior government officials and deliver a petition calling for criminal charges and sanctions to be brought against the Roman Catholic, Anglican and United Church of Canada.

Prof. Noam Chomsky has said,

"Kevin Annett is far more deserving of the Nobel Peace Prize than many who have received it in the past."

For more information see www.hiddenfromhistory.org, and contact Kevin at 250-753-3345 or hiddenfromhistory@yahoo.ca for details of his itinerary.
Note: Unrepentant: Disrobing the Emperor can be pre-ordered online from Amazon Books.

Following is information on Kevin's local speaking itinerary:

Kevin Annett (r) and supporters outside the Canadian Embassy in
Trafalgar Square, London UK, April 2010

"We will bring to light the hidden works of darkness and drive falsity to the bottomless pit. For all doctrines founded in fraud or nursed by fear shall be confounded by Truth."
- my ancestor Peter Annett, writing in The Free Inquirer, October 17, 1761, just before being imprisoned by the English crown for "blasphemous libel"

Read and Hear the truth of Genocide in Canada, past and present, at this website: www.hiddenfromhistory.org , and watch Kevin's award-winning documentary film UNREPENTANT on the same website.

UNREPENTANT: Kevin Annett and Canada's Genocide

- Winner, Best Foreign Documentary Film, Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, March 2007, Best Director of a Foreign Documentary, New York Independent Film Festival, October 2006
- Winner, Best Canadian Film, Creation Aboriginal Film Festival, Edmonton, 2009

"As a long time front line worker with the Elders' Council at the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre, I stand behind what Kevin Annett is trying to do for our people. The genocide that continues today and which stemmed from the residential schools needs to be exposed. Kevin Annett helps break the silence, and brings the voice of our people all over the world."

Carol Muree Martin - Spirit Tree Woman
Nisgaa Nation

"I gave Kevin Annett his Indian name, Eagle Strong Voice, in 2004 when I adopted him into our Anishinabe Nation. He carries that name proudly because he is doing the job he was sent to do, to tell his people of their wrongs. He speaks strongly and with truth. He speaks for our stolen and murdered children. I ask everyone to listen to him and welcome him."

Chief Louis Daniels - Whispers Wind
Elder, Turtle Clan, Anishinabe Nation
Winnipeg, Manitoba


"The single most important quality needed to resist evil is moral autonomy. Moral autonomy is possible only through reflection, self-determination and the courage not to cooperate."
~~~ Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) German philosopher


Every nation/culture/religion/peoples of the planet, for the first time are concurrently under attack as never before in the known history of the world. All the misery on the Planet earth is due to resource wars, greed, oligarch CEO's from Wall Street pressing on Politicians jugulars to grab territory, oil, minerals, uranium, spending enormous wealth as a percent of GDP of all nations, in a "planned" permanent war time economy for the benefit of a few families.
The leaders of all our nations turn the entire system into DEATH, GRIEF, BARBARISM, PERVERSION, AND EXTRACTION OF WEALTH and the BLOOD of our children as slaves and as their perceived assets, SOON TO BE BRANDED CATTLE. This must and will stop through the "People-to-People" initiative

Our Purpose is

1) To Educate.

2) To Offer Resistance to the International Bankers, their Agenda, and their Hold on our Respective Governments regardless of which country.

3) To Form an International Cross-Border Community of "People-To-People" to refuse cooperation with the criminal actions of these bankers, leaders, and military in any war considered criminal, illegal, and inhumane and to purge the banking controller instigators from our nations.

Mission Statement

The mission of the People-to-People initiative is to facilitate recovery of control of our sovereign nations, indigenous cultures, and individual lives from those that have, through out the history of mankind, continuing to this day, seek to destroy those nations, cultures and individual lives through the use of their secret societies for greed, perversion, and inhumane abuse through sex and labor slavery, organ harvesting and murder of those who sought to do their fiduciary responsibility and comply with the trust they had agreed to abide by within the electing community. Such actions will no longer go unheeded.

These members will continue to harm us, primarily the Robber barons (Rothschild, Rockefeller and foreign occupying interests of another country which is illegal under our governing documents) should we do nothing to resist their actions. The Global elite includes monarchies, corporations, Wall Street bankers and the governments controlled by those same interests.

By connecting directly with each other, "people-to-people" are committed to recovering the freedom, dignity, sovereignty, wealth and safety of all persons within our respective nations. In so doing we reject the status of 'goyim', 'slave', 'cattle', or 'owned assets', rather we will live as freemen and women to pursue our care for our families, our talents, skills, HEALTH and interests without interference. People-to-People will commit to a global sense of community with our fellow brethern and work tirelessly to ensure such freedoms and liberties for all.

Therefore, as sovereign individuals, united by love and respect for our fellow man, people-to-people hereby refuse to co-operate in any activities deemed harmful to that mission, including cooperating in any and all wars, overt or covert, that require the killing of our fellow man solely for the perverted and greedy interests of the aforementioned individuals and/or entities. The remaining acts that we will not cooperate in with be listed in the goals and objectives section of this initiative.

The success of our mission will be measured by the arrest, prosecution, conviction and encarceration of all the International Banking Criminals and their operatives for their war crimes, crimes against humanity, theft, and terrorist attacks conducted in every country to promote and advance their agenda of world domination.
It will also be reflected in the laying down of arms of all our people in any unjust and illegal wars of aggression against any other nation who has not harmed or threatened any other nation. It will also be reflected in the establishment of a revised economic and banking system under the control of the people and not the international bankers.


Firefly (Lilia Adecer Cajilog)
Tawo Seed Carrier
POB 1456
South Pasadena, CA 91031
from the Eagle Watch #94

I am forwarding this article FYI and so that you may take action and write a letter to the editors of the Northern News Service. The link is below. You have to go to the page and fill out a form with name and phone number. I hope you will take the time to help our Inuit relatives get the facts on nuclear so they can make the right decision over uranium mining at Baker Lake.

Visiting doctors speak on the dangers of uranium
Impact on the environment, Inuit way of life and NTI policies discussed

Emily Ridlington
Northern News Services
Published Friday, November 26, 2010
IQALUIT - Residents and several candidates who are running for Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. president are questioning the organization's uranium policy after attending a presentation on the environmental and health effects the industry could cause.

NTI presidential candidate Mikidjuk Akavak listens to the presentation on Nov. 18 made by several doctors brought to the territory by Nunavummiut Makitagunarningit, a non-governmental organization opposed to uranium mining. Akavak asked what the doctors thought about Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. uranium policy. - Emily Ridlington/NNSL photo

"NTI was probably ill-informed about uranium mining and I think more information needs to go to my fellow Inuit in Nunavut about it," said Joe Tigullaraq, NTI presidential candidate.

He and fellow candidates Mikidjuk Akavak and Niko Inuarak along with more than 50 residents packed the Francophone Centre in Iqaluit to listen to presentations on the dangers of uranium mining made by guest speakers on Nov. 18.

The forum was organized by Nunavummiut Makitagunarningit, a non-governmental organization opposed to uranium mining, especially the development of an open-pit uranium mine by Areva Resources about 85 kilometres west of Baker Lake.

Speaking at the forum was Dr. Isabelle Gingras. She was one of the 23 doctors in Sept-Îles, Que. who threatened to resign unless the province banned uranium mining and exploration.

"It's scary what's going on around Baker Lake," she said.

She said what is worrisome to her is the health effects caused by not only the mining itself but also by radiation. Health effects include kidney damage and impact to the reproductive system.

Dr. Helen Caldicott, an anti-nuclear activist from Australia talked about the environmental impacts including how plutonium, a substance made from uranium for use in nuclear weapons and also a by-product of nuclear power plants, can concentrate in lichen which caribou eat.

This point hit home with Joanasie Akumalik.

"We, as Inuit, are the most affected as are our caribou and seals," he said.

Despite the crowd in attendance, Akumalik said there needs to be more Inuit showing up at these types of meetings and that something has to be done to get Inuit involved.

NTI has had a uranium policy since Sept. 18, 2007. The objectives of the policy are to support responsible and peaceful use of nuclear energy, to require benefits from uranium exploration and mining, to ensure protection of human health, to limit the impacts of uranium exploration and mining and to promote the participation of Inuit.

Akavak asked presenter Gordon Edwards what he thought of NTI's current uranium policy.

"They [NTI] may find out their grandchildren are really accusing them of doing something very foolish and contributing to something that really doesn't help the world at all," said Edwards, president of the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility.

He said NTI cannot guarantee, once the uranium is mined from the ground, that it will be used for peaceful purposes.

"They shouldn't have a policy based on a pipe dream," Edwards said.

If uranium prices do not go up, Edwards said he is unclear how economic benefits will be able to be passed on to Inuit.

"They are dealing with things that are completely beyond their control," he said.

This was greeted with applause from the audience.

Tigullaraq told those in attendance that if he is elected as NTI president, he will have the policy revisited. This also received applause.

A meeting was also held in Baker Lake on Nov. 20.

Areva's proposal is currently being reviewed by the Nunavut Impact Review Board. While it is the early stages, it will determine whether the project should go ahead.

In Iqaluit, after the presentation, Sheopiitik Peter said his views on uranium mining have changed.

The environmental technology student at Nunavut Arctic College said he came to the presentation knowing there are a lot of issues surrounding exploration and mining.

He said after hearing what the presenters said, his views on the industry have changed.

"I think we should look into it more and I was surprised at the health effects," he said.

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Posted By: Jerry Strongheart
To: Members in Honor Indian Treaties

Mohawk Warrior Society Speaks to Aim...

"The Great Law of Peace" Speaks Still to All the People of This Land and the World...
"The Sword of Truth" From the Mohawk Warrior Society Representing A United Native America.....



Keep Social Security Safe

Dear David And Sharon,

The Co-Chairs of the president’s Deficit Commission have proposed deep cuts to Social Security under the guise of reducing the budget deficit. They want to cut benefits for middle-class workers and reduce annual Cost of Living Adjustments. On top of that, they want to increase the retirement age to 69.

We must stop them!

Tuesday, November 30, is the National Call-In Day to say “No!” to Social Security and Medicare benefit cuts. We need every person to call their senators and representative and demand that they keep Social Security intact. Nothing can happen to Social Security unless Congress lets it.

Call the Capitol Switchboard at
(800) 962-3524 or (202) 224-3121.

Find your representative or senators here
and contact them directly.

When you call, tell them:

Gutting Social Security will not reduce the budget deficit. Social Security is funded separately, from employee contributions. It is entirely self-sufficient—even at today’s retirement age and funding levels—until 2037.

Americans are hurting right now. The only thing that these misbegotten changes to Social Security and Medicare will do is to harm its beneficiaries—the disabled, the retired, the middle class, and the poor.

Every dollar paid out from Social Security goes right back into the economy. People who receive Social Security house, feed, and clothe themselves with the payments.

• Face the elephant in the room: Military spending must be cut. PDA members will be in DC lobbying Congress to cut military spending while the rest of the country makes calls on November 30.

For talking points on protecting Medicare from cuts, click here.

Take “the pledge” to make these calls on November 30 here.

Call the Capitol Switchboard at (800) 962-3524
or (202) 224-3121.

Find your own representative or senators here and
contact them directly.

Let’s make this a call-in day that Congress will never forget.


Tim Carpenter, PDA national director


WINTER COATS, BLANKETS BADLY NEEDED... PLEASE HELP AND CONTACT ME!by Cheryl Snyder on Sunday, November 28, 2010 at 3:42pm
I have been in contact with a woman who teaches on Pine Ridge Rez and 14 of her kids are coming to school in only sweaters because they have no winter coats! I am sure you all have seen the weather in South Dakota right now. Would you want your kids going out like that? Also, another couple on Rosebud Rez says there is a need there for Blankets... These aren't websites asking for help, they are real people. Please, please, do what you can to help. I can accept donations of new or lightly used winter wear for 10-13 year olds or any age for that matter, and blankets too, and ship them out there. I can also check and see if it's ok that i send the direct addresses of those on both rez's that can distribute these items..

Please contact me at ojidanowe1@yahoo.com if you can help with any of these items.. It's freezing out there now and most of us are all warm and snug in our homes. please share a little of the blessings we have in our lives, with those who need it most..


Help with the same things as above, is needed at the womens shelter on Red Lake... Please, whatever you can spare will be put to good use by sisters who sometimes show up with their kids and just the clothes on their backs...

thanks again...
Museum told to return Alaska Tlingit artifacts
By Kyle Hopkins - Nov. 29, 2010
Alaska - .....The Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology has offered to return eight of the forty objects.....
Posted By: TjMaxx Henhawk
To: Members in First Nations & Aboriginal Rights

First Nations deserve to know

Parliamentarians recently debated the merits of a bill that would require First Nations to publish the salaries of chiefs and band councillors.

The idea was roundly condemned, for reasons that seem more political than principled. Some MPs attacked the proposal as an assault on the honesty of First Nations' leaders. Others questioned whether it had grassroots support.

What these honourable members seem to neglect is that fiscal transparency is a key requirement for holding public office at all levels of Canadian society, and that it is the citizens of First Nations themselves who have called most loudly for openness in financing. The private member's bill brought forward by Saskatoon, Rosetown, Biggar MP Kelly Block simply proposes a motion for providing this transparency.

Minister of Indian Affairs John Duncan has suggested that the bill's scope should be expanded to include all income for chiefs and councillors. We agree, and hope MPs from all parties will support an amended version.

Canada's First Nations did not devise the system of governance that grants authority to elected chiefs and councils. It was imposed by the federal government through the Indian Act, widely regarded as flawed and in need of revision. One of its shortcomings is that band members cannot see what their chiefs and councillors are paid by the federal government, either in salary or through private enterprises that perform work for the First Nation. This is a basic measure of transparency provided by other levels of government, from Parliament down to provincial civil servants.

It makes no sense that a Canadian of aboriginal heritage, with residency and voting rights in a First Nation, can determine at a glance what a federal leader or the chairman of NB Power is paid, but not how money is moving through his or her own community.

Parliament has been too slow to recognize the equality of aboriginal people. It did not even acknowledge their Canadian citizenship until 1967.

Today, there is no excuse for the democratic deficit that the Indian Act imposes. Legislators must provide First Nations with full financial transparency.



DeLay Finally Pays

Thanksgiving came a day early last week with a Texas jury rendering a verdict of "guilty" in the money laundering trial of disgraced former Congressman Tom DeLay.

Mr. DeLay long managed to escape the consequences of his corrupt rein over Congress, but it seems, thankfully, the law has finally caught up with him. While we're disappointed Mr. DeLay will never be taken to task for many of his other misdeeds in Washington, Americans can take some comfort in this conviction.

Mr. DeLay's sentencing is scheduled for this December. As CREW's executive director Melanie Sloan said upon hearing the verdict, "Texas judges are not known for leniency in sentencing." We'll keep you posted on Mr. DeLay's conviction.

Learn more.

Read about CREW's FOIA requests regarding federal investigations into Mr. DeLay.

Read more about Mr. DeLay's conviction in Politico.


WikiLeaks: Saudi King: Use Force to Surgically Implant Microchips in Guantanamo Detainees 28 Nov 2010 King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia told a senior White House official to consider surgically implanting homing devices under Guantanamo Bay detainees’ skin. That’s one of the many potentially embarrassing comments from diplomatic back rooms now being made public by WikiLeaks. During a March 2009 meeting with John Brennan, President Obama’s closest counterterrorism adviser, Abdullah proposed shooting electronic chips into the residual Guantanamo population, "allowing their movements to be tracked with Bluetooth." Abdullah appears to have come up with the idea on the fly during their meeting -- "I’ve just thought of something," the cable quotes him saying -- and considered forced subcutaneous chip implantation uncontroversial, since it’s already "done with horses and falcons." Brennan appears to have gingerly waved him off: "[H]orses don’t have good lawyers," he replied...


WASHINGTON, D.C. (November 24, 2010) – The USDA Office of Tribal Relations and the US Forest Service are jointly leading an initiative to conduct formal Tribal consultations on the effectiveness of existing department and agency sacred sites laws, regulations, and procedures, beginning in late November.
In a Nov. 3 letter sent to Tribal government leaders and officials, Harris Sherman, USDA Under Secretary for Natural Resources and the Environment, and Tom Tidwell, Chief of the Forest Service, encouraged Tribal leaders and members to actively participate.
Part 3: The letter states, “The USDA (Office of Tribal Relations) and the Forest Service want to hear from you regarding how to improve our policies for sacred sites while simultaneously balancing the Forest Service’s mission to deliver forest goods and services for current and future generations. We need your help to examine the effectiveness of existing laws and regulations as well as recommendations for future policy or guidelines that will ensure a consistent level of sacred site protection that is more acceptable to Tribes.” The 1st national telephone consultation session to introduce the effort and initiate the process will take place on November 29, 2010. In-person and telephone listening sessions will then occur throughout the country from December-February. A national session’s slated after all local sessions are completed. This call will summarize the listening sessions, provide an additional opportunity for Tribes to comment, and set the stage for the next phase of this effort. The next phase will include government-to-government consultation, development of the draft policy and subsequent reviews before a final proposed policy’s completed.

For the Nov. 29 call, Tribal members can call between 2 and 5 p.m. Eastern time:
(888) 469-1285
At the prompt, enter passcode 5116673#

Throughout this initiative, comments about sacred site policies can be posted athttp://www.fs.fed.us/spf/tribalrelations, or can be emailed directly toTribalSacredSites@fs.fed.us.
The mission of the USDA Forest Service is to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations. The agency manages 193 million acres of National Forest System land, provides stewardship assistance to non-federal forest landowners and maintains the largest forestry research organization in the world. For more information, visit: www.fs.fed.us


Real Socialist Calls Obama a Capitalist



An update for you from Arizona.

Now that the political posturing of the elections are behind us, it's time for those in office to get to roll up their sleeves and enact policies that will take our country forward.

This months elections were devastating in many regards; Arizonabanned affirmative action as it reelected Jan Brewer to Governor and made the author of SB 1070, Russell Pearce, Senate President. Nationally, an author of the Sensennbrenner bill of 2005 that sparked the mass marches four years ago will be the chair of the House immigration subcommittee. From the campaign ads we saw, it would seem that we are going through aRe-Birth of a Nation.

However, the harder a ball is thrown down, the higher it rises.

While Arizona will continue to be the epicenter of anti-immigrant and racist fervor for years to come, we have long said that the best way to support the movement there is by fighting enforcement everywhere. In Phoenix, more than ten Barrio defense committees are meeting, preparing, and building resistance. Those who stopped raids from occurring on the first day of SB 1070 by shutting down sheriff Arpaio’s jail pled “necessity” in their first court appearances. We were blessed by a visit from Dr. Cornel West whose brilliant speech is here on video if you haven’t seen it yet. Artists, writers, and musicians all have very big plans for what’s to come.

In the rest of the country, groups are stepping to the front lines where SB 1070 copy cats are being introduced or police/ICE collaborations are spreading. In New Orleans, the worker centerfreed Antonio Ocampo, a prisoner the Sheriff held on an immigration detainer for 97 unlawful days. In Maryland, Casa member and domestic violence survivor, Maria Bolaños heroically confronted David Venturella, the director of inSecure Communities, face-to-face and demanded that her case be dropped and the program be terminated.

Between December 10th, international human rights day and December 18th, international migrant rights day, groups will be holding events across the country.

Find or post your event at http://bit.ly/weekofactions

In the coming months, we’re going to get better at keeping you informed and up-to-date with the latest news and updates in our efforts to turn the tide. To new heights.

In solidarity,

Pablo Alvarado, NDLON


Immediate release, for live broadcasting: J'Accuse - Co-op Radio and RCMP are Guilty of a Criminal Conspiracy - please post and broadcast

J'Accuse: Co-op Radio, RCMP are Guilty

of a Criminal Conspiracy

by Kevin D. Annett


Undercover operatives attached to the RCMP's "E" Division in Vancouver have colluded with at least two staff members at Vancouver Co-op radio, and a local sex trade worker and her male accomplice, to publicly defame and frame me on a false charge, as part of a government "badjacketing" campaign to discredit my uncovering of RCMP connections to the Pickton serial killers.
I have made this accusation this past week in a petition to the International Criminal Court and the London-based International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State.
The full facts of this "badjacketing" campaign were made known to me during October, months after my banning without notice from the premises and airwaves of Vancouver Co-op Radio, after broadcasting there for over nine years. The campaign was disclosed to me by the sex trade worker who engaged in the smear on July 20, and from a source within the RCMP.
The sex trade worker, whom I'll call "Candy", has given me a notarized affidavit dated November 3, 2010, in which she describes how she was approached by men she recognized as undercover Mounties and offered $200 to engage in sex with an unknown man made up to impersonate me, on the premises of Co-op radio early on July 20.
"Candy" states that a white male let her and her accomplice into the station around midnight, where she smoked drugs and had "mild" sex with him for nearly four hours, in front of closed circuit TV cameras in the central studio. Unexplainably, Portland Hotel security did not intervene until almost 4 am. She says the impersonator looked like me but had a heavy accent, and was told that no-one would interfere with them for hours, and that she would not get into trouble.
The station staff subsequently used this video to ban me from Co-op radio, without ever allowing me to view the video or confront my accusers. Clearly, if I was allowed to view it, I would instantly recognize "Candy" and the frame up would be obvious.
I believe the reason for this frame up is related to my recent disclosure over the state-funded Co-op radio airwaves of evidence that Mounties assisted the Picktons in their snuff film practices, including by delivering mostly native women to "Piggy's Palace".
The Vancouver Sun alluded to this connection in an article on August 20, barely ten days after my banning, where it described the refusal of the Vancouver Police to investigate the Picktons for over two years, after receiving solid evidence of their torture and murder of women.
The actions of the RCMP, co-op radio staff and others in silencing me and publicly assassinating my character amounts to a criminal conspiracy, not simply dirty tricks: since it is part of a wider effort to obstruct justice and block the investigations of the Tribunal with which I am associated, whose mandate is to bring to justice those responsible for the past and ongoing genocide of aboriginals in Canada: including the RCMP.
My petition will be addressed in London this April, and possibly earlier in European Human Rights courts. At that time, Co-op radio staff and Board members, local RCMP officers, and their superiors in Ottawa, will all be legally summoned to these forums to answer charges.
Co-op radio staff and their lawyers are scrambling these days to cover their actions and avoid serious prosecution, mostly by imposing censorship and tyranny at the station. Station members and programmers, sadly, seem oblivious to the criminal corruption in their own ranks.
Canada continues to be exposed as a rogue nation and a practitioner of crimes against humanity. But when will Canadians wake up to this fact, and act according to their new understanding?
Kevin Annett is a local community minister, writer and award-winning film maker. His website is www.hiddenfromhistory.org .

"We will bring to light the hidden works of darkness and drive falsity to the bottomless pit. For all doctrines founded in fraud or nursed by fear shall be confounded by Truth."
- my ancestor Peter Annett, writing in The Free Inquirer, October 17, 1761, just before being imprisoned by the English crown for "blasphemous libel"

Read and Hear the truth of Genocide in Canada, past and present, at this website:www.hiddenfromhistory.org , and watch Kevin's award-winning documentary film UNREPENTANT on the same website.

UNREPENTANT: Kevin Annett and Canada's Genocide
- Winner, Best Foreign Documentary Film, Los Angeles Independent Film Festival, March 2007, Best Director of a Foreign Documentary, New York Independent Film Festival, October 2006
- Winner, Best Canadian Film, Creation Aboriginal Film Festival, Edmonton, 2009

"As a long time front line worker with the Elders' Council at the Downtown Eastside Women's Centre, I stand behind what Kevin Annett is trying to do for our people. The genocide that continues today and which stemmed from the residential schools needs to be exposed. Kevin Annett helps break the silence, and brings the voice of our people all over the world."
Carol Muree Martin - Spirit Tree Woman
Nisgaa Nation

"I gave Kevin Annett his Indian name, Eagle Strong Voice, in 2004 when I adopted him into our Anishinabe Nation. He carries that name proudly because he is doing the job he was sent to do, to tell his people of their wrongs. He speaks strongly and with truth. He speaks for our stolen and murdered children. I ask everyone to listen to him and welcome him."
Chief Louis Daniels - Whispers Wind
Elder, Turtle Clan, Anishinabe Nation
Winnipeg, Manitoba
No hiding place from new U.S. Army rifles that use radio-controlled smart bullets

By: poorrichard
* Weapon hailed as a game-changer that can fire up and over barriers and down into trenches
* Soldiers will start using them in Afghanistan later this month

The U.S. army is to begin using a futuristic rifle that fires radio-controlled 'smart' bullets in Afghanistan for the first time, it has emerged.

The XM25 rifle uses bullets that be programmed to explode when they have travelled a set distance, allowing enemies to be targeted no matter where they are hiding.

The rifle also has a range of 2,300 feet making it possible to hit target which are well out of the reach of conventional rifles.

The XM25 is being developed specially for the U.S. army and will be deployed with troops from later this month, it was revealed today.
Firefly (Lilia Adecer Cajilog)
Tawo Seed Carrier
POB 1456
South Pasadena, CA 91031

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