Bahe: The Big Mountain Dineh Resistance: Still a Cornerstone

The Big Mountain Dineh Resistance: Still A Cornerstone By NaBahe (Bahe) Keediniihii (Katenay) 2015 Shared with permission at Censored News Big Mountain, Dinehtah (Navajo Lands) In this remote high desert which is mostly covered with juniper and pinon pine forest in northeastern Arizona lays a region known as Black Mesa. The region was once so pristine but in the 1960s, Peabody Energy acquired leases to begin mining, building highways and massive industrial infrastructures, and extracting an ancient aquifer. Dineh (means The Peoples) who inhabited the region and who kept an ancient form of eco-conscious practices were now confronted with destructive and political upheavals. Traditional and non-English speaking Dineh were soon notified that a Law was made that will divide these territories and one half of it will go to Dineh s close neighbor, the Hopis. Immediate concern and oppositions grew among Dineh and traditional Hopis, but this also exposed that major utility companies who serve

Black Mesa Ida Mae Clinton \’Stop your fears! Believe strongly in yourself!\’

Stop your fears! Believe strongly in yourself! – Ida Mae Clinton, Star Mountain Shared with permission from Bahe of Big Mountain\’s Sheep Dog Nation Rocks. Thank you! By Ron Lester Whyte Sheep Dog Nation Rocks Sheep Dog Nation Rocks publisher Bahe Katenay shared this article. It is written by an African American supporter of Dineh resisting relocation. The supporter, Ron Lester Whyte, spent much of this time with the late, Ida Mae Clinton. Ida was one of the key resistance leaders. She was from Star Mountain, southeast of the Hopi Mesas. February 5, 2015 – The first thing I must acknowledge is that, though I will do my best, my words could never do Ida Mae Clinton or her struggle, justice. There is no way to adequately describe her strength, her resolve, or the depth of the spiritual relationship she had with the land that sustained not only her, but countless generations before her. Ida was what in a sane world would be considered a national treasure, yet her passing and the pass

Mohawk Nation News \’Can you teach me how to die?\’

CAN YOU TEACH ME HOW TO DIE?Posted on February 26, 2015 Mohawk Nation News MNN. Feb. 26, 2015. An army recruiter went into a high school to entice the kids into joining the military and becoming killers. He described how WWII Allied soldiers were taught how to smash jawbones while gouging eyes, crushing windpipes and snapping necks, and generally applying deadly force to the weakest, most vulnerable parts of the body to kill or disable. The enemy can be a baby, child, woman, youth, man or an elder. Cops are experts in these methods. In 2008 border guards applied handcuffs to me at Akwesasne, so as to bring about a heart attack and kill me. The military teach killing but not how to die. Today s children learn fighting in sports, movies and TV. They are unaware of the brutal reality of life and death combat. Except for one kid who asked the recruiter, Can you teach me how to die? The recruiter did not answer. Harper is expecting young people wearing over 70 pounds of gear to kill civi

Rosebud Lakotas Celebrate Veto of Keystone XL Pipeline Bill

Oyate Wahacanka Woecun Shield the People February 24, 2015 Censored News Greetings from the Lakota, Nakota, Dakota Nations. The Rosebud Sioux Tribe, Oyate Wahacanka Woecun, Shielding the People would like to thank President Barak Obama for his veto of the Keystone Pipeline, 270-152. We view this as positive recognition of our long standing government to government relationship, bound by our treaties which are the supreme law of the land. The negative impacts of the Keystone XL pipeline on our cultural, historical and burial sites; and on the many major environmental, public health hazards and safety problems it creates. The project is within our homelands, and we will be directly affected, most importantly it is a threat to the non-negotiable rights of our women and children. However the only thing that will ensure the safety and welfare of the coming generations, is total rejection of the Keystone Pipeline. The inadequacy of the US State Depar

Mohawk Nation News \’Nazi Terror in Canada\’

NAZI TERROR IN CANADAPosted on February 24, 2015 Please post & distribute. Nia:wen. MNN. Feb. 24, 2015. As the Gestapo said in 1933, As long as the police carries out the will of the leadership, it is acting legally. Harper s new anti-terrorist bill C-51 is setting up the secret police of Canada, carrying Canadians into the fast lane onto the road to fascism. Heil CSIS. It was just a game! The Nazi system is based on the 1933 all-encompassing Gestapo secret police force that was set up with the Enabling Act throughout Germany, under the operational control of the Fuhrer. Politics and intelligence were combined just like the CSIS-RCMP amalgamation. The Gestapo investigated treason, espionage, sabotage and criminal attacks on the Fuhrer and the Nazi party. They operated without judicial review. Citizens could not sue the state. Protective custody was imprisoning people without judicial proceedings. Those who opposed Nazi rule or were suspected of being hostile to the State wer

Moccasins on the Ground Tour of Resistance Cheyenne River

Moccasins on the Ground Tour of Resistance to Protect Sacred Water Cheyenne River Lakota Homelands, Dupree, South Dakota By Natalie Hand Lakota Media Project Owe Aku International Censored News English/Dutch The Moccasins on the Ground (MOTG) training camp opened on the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe homelands on a cold February night. The Lakota people there put out a call for this non-violent direct action (NVDA) training to help them prepare themselves to defend their treaty territory from the potential construction of the Trans Canada KXL pipeline. The event kicked off Friday evening with opening prayers for the sacred water and encouragement for the Cheyenne River Lakota people and the non-native allies from the surrounding area. The training consists of an intensive 3-day curriculum that teaches community building; action strategizing; street medic training; media messaging; and identifying roles for direct action. The trainers came from all over Turtle Island to offer their expertise i
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