Posts Tagged ‘indigenous’

Man Camps, Fossil Fuels and Murdered Indigenous Women – The Cultural Genocide Continues

October 21st, 2019 By Nikki Harper Staff Writer for Wake Up World Across North America, the numbers of missing and murdered indigenous women and girls is staggering, and shaming. A 2014 national investigation in Canada found that more than 1000 women had been murdered in the previous 30 years [1]. With little action being taken […]

Indigenous-Led Protests Rock Ecuador Decrying IMF Deal and Demanding Moreno’s Resignation

QUITO, ECUADOR — “We don’t have a state! We don’t have any state!” The lady’s voice projects through a loudspeaker amid the crowd. She’s not having it. Nor is the groundswell of hundreds, if not thousands who’ve converged at Plaza Grande trolley stop, just meters from Simon Bolivar’s statue at the entrance to Quito’s historic […]

Moreno Flees Capital Of Ecuador As Thousands Of Indigenous Enter City

UPDATE 21H00 local time In his short five-minute televised speech, the Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno informed the seat of government has been moved to Guayaquil. The president then went ahead to accuse, with no evidence, that the protests against his government are financed by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro and former Ecuadorean President Rafael Correa. With the Military Brass standing behind him and […]

Ecuador: Indigenous Groups, Workers Continue Protests

Indigenous organisations and workers’ groups in Ecuador have vowed to continue protests against President Lenin Moreno’s scrapping of decades-long fuel subsidies. The pledge on Saturday came a day after Moreno, who took office in 2017, refused to back down over the austerity policy, imposed under a deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) that doubled the price of […]

Review: Yemen’s 8 indigenous drones that changed military equations

The Yemeni army and its Houthi allies have successfully changed the military equation in a brutal Saudi war by at least eight military drones which they have manufactured domestically.  Saudi Arabia launched the war in March 2015, wishing to beat Yemen into submission in a matter of “months”, but it has become deeply bogged down after more than four […]

Defending the Amazon, Indigenous Rights & Planetary Integrity

The Facts: The evidence around what happened on 9/11 suggests that either we are being lied to when it comes to the official story or 9/11 contained events creating the greatest coincidence of all time. Reflect On: Are you aware of the actual facts surrounding 9/11? Not unfound conspiracy theories, the actual facts that do […]

El Chapo Wants to Give His $14 Billion in Drug Money to Mexico’s Indigenous Poor

Elias Marat, The Mind Unleashed Waking Times Notorious cartel boss Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has some strong opinions about where his billions of dollars gained from the drug trade should go—and he’s hoping that it benefits the poor indigenous communities of his home country of Mexico. On Wednesday, attorney Jose Luis Gonzalez Meza, who represents […]

Indigenous Land Stolen By Government For $4.4 Billion Subsidized Coal Mine

John Vibes, Truth Theory Waking Times Indigenous people all over the world are currently facing genocide at the hands of governments and corporations who are seizing their land by force for financial gain. As we reported last week, the annual report from international NGO Global Witness showed that at least 164 activists were killed under suspicious circumstances […]

A Warning About The Indigenous Genocide In Colombia

For more than five decades, Colombian indigenous peoples resisted the power of warfare, refusing to abandon their land. When the peace agreement eventually passed in November 2016 many thought that the this would be the end of the violence. But two years later the threat to their lives and their culture hasn’t gone away. This […]

Biochar: An Indigenous Farming Practice Fueling Rainforest Tree Growth in Gold Mining Areas 

September 4th, 2019 By Amelia Harris Staff Writer for Wake Up World Deforestation rates are declining globally, but the Amazon bucks this trend, with rates on the rise. Why? Geopolitical reasons are complex, but one major contributing factor is gold mining: a study looking at the 34 years to 2017 identified 100,000 ha of rainforest […]

Indigenous People’s Rights and Canada’s ‘Vampire’ Pension Plan

Wet’suwet’en people have never ceded their land through treaty; like many Indigenous people they continue to practice relations of responsibility with the places and beings that give them life, including protecting them from ecological devastation. In January 2019, the RCMP raided Wet’suwet’en territories to end their blockade of the Coastal GasLink pipeline, which is meant […]

Murdered And Missing Indigenous Women Billboards Arrive In Michigan

Murdered And Missing Indigenous Women Billboards Arrive In Michigan Above photo: MMIW billboard in Manistee, Michigan, home of the Little Band of Ottawa Indians. Photograph by Cecilia LaPointe Manistee, Michigan – A national campaign to raise awareness and build momentum for meaningful federal legislation to impact the Murdered and Missing Indigenous Women (MMIW) tragedy arrived in the […]

Illegal gold miners invade indigenous village in Brazil, Senator blames Bolsanaro

   Dozens of gold miners have invaded a remote indigenous reserve in the Brazilian Amazon where a local leader was stabbed to death and have taken over a village after the community fled in fear, local politicians and indigenous leaders said. The authorities said police were on their way to investigate. Illegal gold mining is […]

Indigenous Resistance As Re-occupation Of Land At The Forefront Of Climate Justice

Indigenous Resistance As Re-occupation Of Land At The Forefront Of Climate Justice Above Photo: Protest against Trans Mountain pipeline in BC. I write as a settler on this land. I am not speaking on behalf of Aboriginal people but rather as an unconditional ally to their struggles. I will specifically address Indigenous resistance in the […]

“Sometimes They Come For Families” – Indigenous Author Shares More Info About The Star People

As of beginning July 2019 prospects look positive for a re-election ofDonald Trump as President in November 2020. Headline stock market and GDP figures all look positive…at the present. The huge unanswered question is whether that can be sustained until the fateful elections. We see signs already that spell potential trouble for the Republicans. A major […]

Deaths Of Indigenous Women In Canada Was A National ‘Genocide,’ Government Inquiry Finds

The 2SLGBTQQIA group refers to two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex and asexual people. Source Article from https://popularresistance.org/deaths-of-indigenous-women-in-canada-was-a-national-genocide-government-inquiry-finds/ Related Posts The acute danger of women singing turns into a storm over Orthodox power in Israel Rabbi Elimelech Firer never saw the big, honking truck of righteous rage which drove over Forget your problems, […]

Oiling the Wheels of Injustice. Indigenous Communities in the Amazon

After a quarter of a century of legal battles, indigenous communities in the Amazon are still awaiting justice for the damage inflicted on their environments and health by Texaco, which was taken over by US oil giant Chevron. Civil society organisations from around the world are standing in solidarity with the victims. Tuesday 21 May […]

Indigenous firewall installed on industrial control systems: ICT min.

MNA – Iranian ICT Minister Jahromi said Sunday an indigenous firewall has been installed on the country’s industrial control systems under the Siemens brand to repel cyber attacks. The ICT minister made the announcement during a ceremony marking the World Telecommunication Day. He told reporters that the country has succeeded in developing its own firewall […]

“They Live Underground” – Indigenous Elders Share Stories About “Star People” Living Inside The Earth

The Facts: Isaac Kappy, an actor has committed suicide. He became well known for speaking up against Hollywood pedophilia and Satanic ritual abuse, as well as naming names of those who are supposedly involved Reflect On: Have you looked into this subject in detail? There is a lot of evidence for high level child trafficking […]

Indigenous Elder Shares Story About The “Star People” That Crashed On His Reservation

The Facts: Actor James Woods has been blocked from posting on Twitter because authoritative figures find his opinions to ‘extremist.’ Reflect On: Have we ever seen this type of censorship before? Why do people with large followings who go against the grain these days have such a hard time sharing their opinion. Why are voices […]

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