Sunday, June 30, 2013

7 Generations

7 Generations

I have not written in a long time because of my wife's illness and other complications of our life have kept me busy fighting the Wasi'chu greed all around us in a good spiritual way. Many times they try to destroy that which they do not understand because it does not fit the Wasi'chu agenda. They might lead us into their websites and give us a few bucks like they used to give beads and trinkets to rob Indigenous People, of their lands and freedom. But I, personally, could care less if they give to some Indigenous charities or schools. If it means we do their bidding so they can promote their agenda, they can keep their money. It's just the same beads a trinkets philosophy to keep us under their thumb. And their philosophy is one of destroying the Earth and consuming every resource and culture in the Wasi'chu quest for greed. 
I am basically Cherokee. My father's mother was Minnie Boggs a direct descendant of John O Boggs of the Cherokee Nation.
But I learned a lot of wisdom not only from Cherokee Elders like Ned Long, but also from my Lakota friends.
We were taught to care about at least 7 generations down the years. But the Wasi 'chu only care about themselves. Wasi'chu is a Lakota term that some think means white people. But this term comes from the term that means "takes the fat from the fire" Which means that the person is greedy. So greed is not one race. We all have greedy people in our races these days. But I borrowed this term from the Lakotas because I really like the deeper meaning it has to the Lakota. The Earth is our gift from God. If we don't take care of that gift, we might as well spit in the face of God. In the Christian Bible it also says God will repay the destroyers of the Earth.

In the Book Of Revelations is says Revelation 11:18 "The nations were angry, and your wrath has come. The time has come for judging the dead, and for rewarding your servants the prophets and your people who revere your name, both great and small-- and for destroying those who destroy the earth."

But some people don't want to see that part of the Bible. God cares about what He created. And He will repay those who are destroying the Earth environment and wiping out entire species of creatures that he created. The animals know this. And so do native American people.
Romans 8:19
"For all creation is waiting eagerly for that future day when God will reveal who his children really are."

And God will reveal His REAL Children as those who take care of what He made them.
As a parent I would not give more to a child who could not take care of what I have given him or her. I don't think it will go well for those who destroy the Earth.

The parable of the Ten Minas
While they were listening to this, he went on to tell them a parable, because he was near Jerusalem and the people thought that the kingdom of God was going to appear at once. 12 He said: “A man of noble birth went to a distant country to have himself appointed king and then to return. 13 So he called ten of his servants and gave them ten minas.[a] ‘Put this money to work,’ he said, ‘until I come back.’

14 “But his subjects hated him and sent a delegation after him to say, ‘We don’t want this man to be our king.’

15 “He was made king, however, and returned home. Then he sent for the servants to whom he had given the money, in order to find out what they had gained with it.

16 “The first one came and said, ‘Sir, your mina has earned ten more.’

17 “‘Well done, my good servant!’ his master replied. ‘Because you have been trustworthy in a very small matter, take charge of ten cities.’

18 “The second came and said, ‘Sir, your mina has earned five more.’

19 “His master answered, ‘You take charge of five cities.’

20 “Then another servant came and said, ‘Sir, here is your mina; I have kept it laid away in a piece of cloth. 21 I was afraid of you, because you are a hard man. You take out what you did not put in and reap what you did not sow.’

22 “His master replied, ‘I will judge you by your own words, you wicked servant! You knew, did you, that I am a hard man, taking out what I did not put in, and reaping what I did not sow? 23 Why then didn’t you put my money on deposit, so that when I came back, I could have collected it with interest?’

24 “Then he said to those standing by, ‘Take his mina away from him and give it to the one who has ten minas.’

25 “‘Sir,’ they said, ‘he already has ten!’

26 “He replied, ‘I tell you that to everyone who has, more will be given, but as for the one who has nothing, even what they have will be taken away. 27 But those enemies of mine who did not want me to be king over them—bring them here and kill them in front of me.’”

So the Wasi'chu who say they follow the Bible have no excuse by saying they follow a different spiritual way.

"When crazy people call you crazy, you know you're sane. 
When evil people call you evil, you know that you are a good person. 
When lairs call you a liar, you know that you are truthful. 
Know who you are and don't let others tell you who you are." - Dave Kitchen

Villagers holding baby elephant hostage for ransom by his family

Villagers holding baby elephant hostage for ransom by his family.

Saturday, June 29, 2013



Jimmy Carter: Public Should Forgive Paula Deen

Jimmy Carter: Public Should Forgive Paula Deen

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Former President Jimmy Carter says Americans should forgive celebrity chef Paula Deen for her use of racial slurs.

Though her language was unacceptable, Deen has been truthful and apologetic, he told CNN's Suzanne Malveaux in an interview Friday

Earlier this month, a lawsuit deposition was released in which Deen admitted having uttered the n-word. Since then, she has stressed that she's not prejudiced, but Deen's apologies have failed to quell the tumult. 

Her Southern cooking business has been hit hard, as big brands suspend or axe their relationship with her.

Deen's upcoming cookbook, currently the No. 1 seller on, has been dropped by its publisher.
In a brief statement Friday, Ballantine Books announced it had cancelled publication of "Paula Deen's New Testament: 250 Favorite Recipes, All Lightened Up." The book was scheduled for October.
Deen has lost many of her business relationships following revelations that she used racial slurs in the past. Sears and J.C. Penney on Friday said that they're cutting ties with Deen, following similar announcements from Wal-Mart Stores Inc., Target Corp. and Home Depot.
Last week, the Food Network said that it would not renew her contract. She was also dropped by Smithfield Foods, Caesars Entertainment stripped her name from restaurants and drug company Novo Nordisk said it was suspending its work with her.

QVC took a more gentle approach on Friday and announced that it was "taking a pause" from Deen. The home shopping network said it will phase out her product assortment on its online sales channels over the next few months.
But QVC left the door open for Deen to return. "People deserve second chances."

Former President Carter Agrees

"She was maybe excessively honest in saying that she had in the past, 30 years ago, used this terrible word," Carter said. "I think she has been punished, perhaps overly severely, for her honesty in admitting it and for the use of the word in the distant past. She's apologized profusely."

Carter said he advised Deen to "let the dust settle and make apologies."

Not everyone appears to be in a forgiving mood. In interviews with The New York Times, "many black Southern chefs and even some of her fans said Ms. Deen’s words seemed to reveal a disrespect for the people and traditions at the roots of Southern cuisine, the culture that made her famous, rich and a role model for many culinary entrepreneurs," the paper reports.

Information from The Associated Press was used in this report.
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When evil people call you evil, you know that you are a good person. 
When lairs call you a liar, you know that you are truthful. 
Know who you are and don't let others tell you who you are." - Dave Kitchen

Monday, June 24, 2013

Cherokee Nation Newsletter 6 24 2013

Cherokee Nation Newsletter 6 24 2013


The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council election unofficial results are
available for viewing here
. There are runoff elections scheduled for next month and those
wishing to apply for an absentee ballot may click here
 to download the application before the July 1st deadline.

Community Action Resource and Development, Cherokee Nation and other
area organizations are co-sponsoring a free Virtual Job Fair through
June 27 to stimulate and promote hiring by employers within the state
of Oklahoma. Job seekers can register at

Col. Joe Martin will hold a free history talk open to the public from
10 to 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 25th, at the Cherokee National Supreme
Court Museum in downtown Tahlequah. He will discuss the life of John
Martin Jr., who was the first Chief Supreme Court Justice of the
Cherokee Nation in both the East and West. The first 20 attendees to
the history talk will receive a free Cherokee National Supreme Court

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Cherokee Nation Tribal Council Election results
 – 06/23/2013

The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council will welcome back six incumbents
and see two newcomers, as a result of the June 22 Tribal Council
election. A run-off is also slated for the District 4 seat.

Remember the Removal riders complete their journey
 – 06/21/2013

There were hundreds of hills, a few minor spills, but mostly thrills
for the 2013 Remember the Removal bike riders who completed their
950-mile ride across seven states to finish in Tahlequah Friday.

Cherokee Nation celebrates expanded Collinsville tag office
 – 06/20/2013

Cherokee Nation and city of Collinsville officials cut the ribbon and
officially opened the doors Tuesday to a new, larger Cherokee Nation
Collinsville tag office on Main Street.

Cherokee Nation marshals retire K-9 Runa
 – 06/17/2013

The Cherokee Nation Marshal Service is retiring its drug-sniffing dog
Runa after five years of service, which led to detecting nearly 100
cases of illegal substances and running down suspects.

Cherokee Nation has high turnout for Day of Champions camp
– 06/17/2013

Nearly 120 students braved the heat this past weekend to learn
athletic skills and character building from University of Oklahoma’s
offensive coordinator Josh Heupel and other notable former NFL and
collegiate players at Cherokee Nation’s Day of Champions camp.

Cherokee Nation expands Sallisaw’s Redbird Smith Health Center
 – 06/17/2013

She No Speak

Sunday, June 23, 2013

Sign Petition to Stop "free animal" ads on Craigslist

Sign Petition to Stop "free animal" ads on Craigslist

Just Peace Radio 6 24 2013

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Our last chance to save our American Gray Wolves

Our last chance to save our American Gray Wolves

Corruption Anyone?

Corruption Anyone?

Saturday, June 22, 2013

“U.S. state on alert after nuclear waste leak” — Governor: “This is most disturbing news”… No ‘immediate’ public health threat #Hanford

“U.S. state on alert after nuclear waste leak” — Governor: “This is most disturbing news”… No ‘immediate’ public health threat #Hanford

The Australian, June 22, 2013: US state on alert after nuclear waste leak [...] HEIGHTENED radioactivity levels have been found outside a nuclear waste tank in the US state of Washington, officials say, in a new alert about a site used to make Cold War-era bombs. Governor Jay Inslee said there was no immediate public health threat [...] A spokeswoman for Washington state’s Ecology Department explained why the new finding was so disturbing. “Until last night, it was thought the leak was contained in the outer shell, but workers detected elevated radioactivity levels within the leak detection pit,” Erica Holmes said.
CNN, June 22, 2013: The elevated reading, however, doesn’t pose an immediate public health threat, [Washington Gov. Jay Inslee] said. “This is most disturbing news for Washington,” the governor said in a statement. [...]

See also: TV: "It appears the worst case scenario has happened" at U.S. nuclear site -- Most dangerous material on earth "out of control"? -- A whopping 800,000 dpm measured outside tank (VIDEO) #Hanford

Thursday, June 20, 2013

Issues and News 6 20 2013

Issues and News 6 20 2013

Jennifer Tsun via 
From the Eagle Watch
June 20, 2013

FYI - this is late and so requires immediate attention.

Hi Folks
This is certainly an insiteful article - great photos and illustrations by
Chris Mouland. We owe much to the many who dedicate so much time and
energy to save the Nor' Westers from this travesty. Thanks Chris for this
article.   Much success in your efforts.  Ruth and all of us out here in
BC who originated from Thunder Bay and support you in your efforts.

                             Environment vs Technology - Big Thunder Wind
Farm      THUNDER BAY - The race is on with
just a few days left to comment about the

One can only hope that the beauty of the Nor'Westers is not headed into
the sunset

on of the Loch Lomond Watershed and Nor' Wester Mountains for a technology
that could be old by tomorrow.

Big Thunder Wind Farm - Deadline Looms

New technology for wind energy is coming. This design eliminates the
turbines, the noise and the risk to birds

The Nor' Wester Range located in the region of Thunder Bay, ON, Fort
William First Nation and Neebing Township has a wind farm slated for the
City of Thunder Bay owned property.  The Nor' Wester Mountain range is
owned by Fort William First Nation, City of Thunder Bay, Neebing Township
and the Provincial and Federal Governments.

This is a picture from a wind turbine construction site at Backbone
Mountain, Tucker County, West Virgina. - Photo from FNMEP
The area of the wind farm is being sited to be built on city owned
property, partially on traditional land, in a watershed area and next to a
provincially protected Area of Natural Scientific Interest.  A large
portion of the Nor' Wester Mountain is slated to be blasted and clear cut
to install wind turbines for the industrial wind farm.

People have three more days (midnight of June 22 but to be safe people are
submitting letters by June 21) to write letters to the Ontario Government
(Send submissions to: Submit online comments to
(project number 011-8937) Environmental Registry to
save the beautiful and sacred Nor' Wester mountains near Thunder Bay, ON.
The mountains are one of the world's oldest cultural history sites and
houses one of the most unique biodiversity's in the world.

No one is disputing the fact the consumer world needs to look at greener
initiatives to reduce climate change and environmental damage.
Conservations start on an individual level, then moves to a neighborhood,
community, city, region, provincial, federal and global level.

Maple Leaf - Canadian Icon

Sugar Maples on the Nor'Westers will be cut down - Thunder Bay Ontario -
Where the Maple Leaf comes to die?
Consumption and climate change reduction means better land management for
sustainable futures and appropriately sited industries and to stop urban
sprawl, build smaller and more energy efficient homes, drive and walk or
bike more, eat healthy and reduce excessive food buying, eating and
wasting, shop locally, consume less and spend less on stuff that will end
up in the dump anyway, recycle, exercise and keep healthy to reduce
medical problems and more industries needed to manage unhealthy people,
plant more trees, buy items that are made out of organic materials,
promote a vehicle and gas emission reductions in a community  and stop
polluting and destroying pristine sites for human consumption.  The answer
is never to build more energy to consume more; the answer is always to
build less energy to consume less.  Here in Thunder Bay according to OPG
and Thunder Bay Hydro we already have green hydro initiatives in place.

While Toronto is "GETTING WITH THE TIMES" and protecting their Niagara
Escarpment from any industry because it's being deemed a world heritage
biosphere because people valued their natural assets; the City of Thunder
Bay's Escarpment and Watershed (equally unique to the Niagara Escarpment)
could be destroyed.  Many local people are not rushing to protect the Nor'
Wester Mountains as a biosphere heritage site possibly because of
misinformation and a lack of understanding and appreciation of how rich
this land is with a unique biosphere. It's Thunder Bay's best and closet
natural and cultural asset.

To destroy natural sites vital to all inhabitants of earth is not a step
in the right direction towards a greener tomorrow. The wind farm will
power 9, 000 homes and electronics a day.  The Loch Lomond Watershed can
feed 9, 0000 people a day plus hundreds of different species.

Nor'wester Wetlands
A greener tomorrow does not include destroying pristine natural sites like
the Loch Lomond Watershed with pure drinking water for 9, 000 (+) people a
day for future generations and an area that houses endangered species,
sacred sites and a unique ecosystem.

Water is essential for most plant and animal life.  As humans water brings
us into the world and it's what keeps us living in this world. Water is
life and it has spirit and without spirit we have no life.  The
relationship between healthy and nutritional water and healthy people is
direct and foundational.  In many cultures womyn are known as water
carriers and protectors.  Many people feel it is our continued duty to
protect water from a grassroots level but also according to most
government officials.

Water allows us to birth and sustain life.  And in the springtime water is
flowing prominently from sources like trees and frozen water bodies and it
is associated with birth and renewal.  This birth and renewal provides
earth inhabitants with a place to collect medicine, food and drink from
and provides inhabitants with an awaking, cleansing, strength and renewal.
 Water heals us physically and emotionally and provides us with a place to
practice ceremonies, to be spiritual, to collect our thoughts, to teach us
and to recreate at.  Water is a gift in constant flow and change and this
can often reflect our moods.  Inhabitants have always lived near water
sources to sustain a rich and healthy life.

Nodding Trillium
Most large bodies of waters are surrounded by sustainable ecosystems.
When a large water source is situated in a special environment where high
cliffs, caves, valleys, cliffs, forest and wetlands occur then a variety
of micro-climates will add to the diversity and it becomes a rich
ecosystem for a vast variety and amount of different species to thrive in.

The Nor' Wester Mountains houses important ecological and cultural values
like the Loch Lomond Watershed, it is a major migratory flyway for
hundreds of bird species many of which are species at risk like the
warbler, Amerrican Bald Eagle, American white pelican, golden eagle and
unique nesting sites for peregrine falcons.

It houses large animals like bears, deer, moose, coyotes and species at
risk like the Eastern Cougar, unique and rare vascular plants grow here
like the Nodding Trillium and species at risk like the Rocky Mountain
Woodsia, Braun's hollyfern, northern oak fern and rare trees like sugar
maples, white pine and yellow birch, special and important beaver dams and
water bodies exists in the area is a short list of the hundreds of
different of species housed on the Nor' Wester Moutains.

The Nor' Wester Moutains has significant cultural values and has been a
historical sacred place for First Nations to gather medicines, food and
water from and a place to hold ceremonies and to traditionally hunt.  The
Loch Lomond Watershed is the last bit of land left for Fort William First
Nations to traditionally hunt on. If FWFN peoples can no longer hunt
because their hunting area is affected then part of their traditions on
their very lands could become a cultural genocide.

Water and land resource managers should be looking for ways to collaborate
with First Nations people to ensure their values and interests are
included in water and land planning.  Many unique land and water areas are
being polluted by over population, sewage, chemicals, air and gas
emissions, motorized vessels, landfills, over consumption, industrial
waste and use and farming pollution and our waters.  The Loch Lomond
Watershed remains healthy water and the area be protected for future

Destroying Valuable Natural Assets?
Destroying such valuable natural assets for the world, Canada and locals
to enjoy forever; all for human consumption, for an industry that could be
old technology by tomorrow, for a wind farm that is inappropriately sited
for energy probably not needed in Thunder Bay because of green hydro
initiatives already in place is not a greener tomorrow according to many

Progression is leaving our earth in a natural state to be able to live off
of water and food that is local and natural. Destroying a pure watershed
to fuel homes and electronics rather than fuel First Nations and the
Neebing township and beyond with life sustenance called water and natural
and traditional foods is not "GETTING WITH THE TIMES". In fact, Bolivia
gave Mother Earth rights this year to protect unique sites like the Nor'
Wester Mountains from industrial development. Protecting unique and
natural sites is "GETTING WITH THE TIMES".

Mountain ecosystems are a key and beautiful part of our environment.

Fort William First Nation and Neebing Township are water customers of
Thunder Bay and we all use Lake Superior but if climate change continues
according to scientists and it changes the lake levels, algae and
inhabitants in years to come and Lake Superior is no longer a good source
to drink from;  then Fort William First Nation, Neebing and parts of
Thunder Bay will need to once again draw from the Loch Lomond Watershed.
Fort William First Nation and Neebing are their own municipalities who
have the right to decide where they choose to draw their water source

Through modernization and environmental damage our relationships with
water is degrading.  With boil water scarcity, advisories and rationing on
the rise in many communities, unhealthy water for all inhabitants
globally, with very little real and nutritional water left in the world
and with population, industrialization and  climate change on the rise, in
the future (2030 and beyond) the water will need to be protected at all

People have an opportunity
People have an opportunity to ensure future generations have access to
clean water and enough water from a good source and to continue to make it
healthy and ultimately make ourselves and all inhabitants healthy.
Allowing environmental damage to a pristine watershed like Loch Lomond
could be reckless.  People have a duty to make a conscious effort to take
care of water that provides sustainable life to all inhabitants.

Many have lived near the Nor' Wester Mountains and Loch Lomond Watershed
and have never fully appreciated what grows, lives and thrives there. Many
people have appreciated and protected the area in the past and they want
to continue protecting it.  Humans need to be reflecting on our
relationship to water and the challenges around water in our communities.
If people are disrespectful and careless with our natural assets and
water, then people are putting us and future generations at risk of
environmental damages and unsustainable lands.  Water is the blood veins
of earth and re-routing waters, cutting it off or damaging it could cause
unhealthy problems just like if people damaged their own blood veins.

A greener future for many people means applied stewardship by protecting
pristine, unique and sacred sites not destroying it to support present and
future generations. Green energy starts at home with our own consumption
reductions before having to produce more energy.  To protect the Nor'
Wester Mountains and Loch Lomond Watershed by June 21, 2013 submit your
comments to the Ministry of Ontario.

Get Involved:
Send submissions to: Submit online comments to
(project number 011-8937)
Environmental Registry

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BisonI'm thrilled to share with you that yesterday we achieved a significant victory in the fight to restore America's wild bison.
Over the past year, a group of ranchers and ranching organizations filed suit to prevent the movement of wild Yellowstone bison from the Fort Peck Reservation to the Fort Belknap Reservation in Montana.
The suit also blocked the movement of any wild bison in the state, whether to public or tribal lands, as well as our efforts to move bison to the Wind River Reservation in Wyoming.
Yesterday, we received a favorable decision from the Montana Supreme Court who turned down the suit against the movement of bison—allowing us to continue crucial work to restore wild bison in the West!
Over the past year, we've been able to report several key victories in advancing wild bison restoration—including returning wild bison to tribal lands for the first time in more than century, defeating 11 anti-bison bills in the Montana legislature, and advancing the planning for the restoration of bison to public lands, including the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge.
We couldn't have done any of this without the support and efforts of dedicated people like you.
Congratulations on this decisive victory, and thank you for all you did to help make it possible!
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Toxic Radiation Soars in Fukushima Groundwater


Mans pleads guilty in fake Indian jewelry case


A long-term toxicology study on pigs fed a mixed GM diet. 
Adverse effects of GM crops found. 


Back-Door Tar Sands Scheme Blocked by Maine Community

"When crazy people call you crazy, you know you're sane. 
When evil people call you evil, you know that you are a good person. 
When lairs call you a liar, you know that you are truthful. 
Know who you are and don't let others tell you who you are." - Dave Kitchen