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MNN. 12 Nov. 2018. Nobody says anything about the ‘scorched earth pogroms’ the invaders carried out across turtle island to kill us, to drive us out to get our possessions.
In 1779, General George Washington made an executive order that stands today. He sent Major General John Sullivan into Iroquois country to devastate and destroy our lands from North to South.
Thousands of troops overran, burnt and destroyed every village and farm. The native men, women, and children were murdered. “ranatakaias” [rabid village destroyer as we called Washington] was orgasmic to see our land overrun, laid waste, our people obliterated and to know that many more natives would starve to death during the following winter.
The Americans don’t care about what they did to us. Their black book says they will pay for the sins of their fathers. Today they are celebrating the murders of their young people in the trade wars called World War I and II. In the California fires they can’t account for 100 people, while they don’t want to account for over 100 million of us they murdered. They are experiencing their legacy.
Americans always hold out their hands to accept all they stole from us. The burnt toxic plastic gew gaws of the people mixes with the clouds and then drops on and kills the rest of us. The people breath in the poisons, get sick and die.
The labor force has been kicked out. The rich think that only money can fix their problems.
The invaders were happy and ecstatic when our people and villages were burnt and destroyed. The invaders are crying when they lose what they stole from us. Peggy Lee knows that “when that final moment comes and I’m breathing my last breath, I’ll be saying to myself, Is that all there is, is that all there is? If that’s all there is my friends, then let’s keep dancing. Let’s break out the booze and have a ball. If that’s all there is.’
Our imposed corporate “leaders” [band and tribal council chiefs and national leaders] should research the Vatican Papal Bulls, the foundation of so-called international law: