Posts Tagged ‘native’

Can a Ghost Make You Ill? The Ghost Sickness Belief of the Native American Indians

Ghost sickness is the belief that ghosts are able to cause a living person to fall ill. This particular term is used by the Native Americans, especially amongst the Navajo people. Nevertheless, this belief can also be found in other Native American cultures. Furthermore, this concept is found in other cultures of the world, though […]

Interview With A Native Water Protector In Minnesota

“We Can’t Make The Bleeding Stop On Our Own” A Native water protector at the #StopLine3 actions in Minnesota spoke with Left Voice about how fossil fuel extraction connects to the history of violence against Indigenous Communities. Native-led water protectors have been fighting to stop construction on the Line 3 pipeline in Minnesota. Enbridge, the Canadian multinational […]

Native Genocide, Native Liberation

Native Genocide, Native Liberation Above Photo: Image from the cover of Red Nation Rising. The scope of violence against Native people in the United States is truly staggering. In fact, it would be safe to say the historical genocide never ended. It is ongoing. It is the violence of stolen lands, of stolen children, of […]

A Native-Led Fight Against Pipeline Construction Has Begun In Minnesota

Above Photo: Ellen Schmidt/MPR News. Native water protectors in Minnesota are waging a battle against the Line 3 pipeline construction which violates their treaties and threatens the environment. A native-led battle for the environment is being waged in Minnesota. On June 7, water protectors from the territories of the Anishinaabe tribes — which include members […]

Read Dr Fiona McQueen’s letter on 1080 poisoning & NZ’s native birds that the Wanaka Sun declines to publish

EWR comment: the 1080 issue is still as present as ever. It has been overshadowed more urgently at this blog by the CV VX rollout. The 1080 poisoning however continues, business as usual with currently the East Cape to be slathered with this deadly poison. Sixty years on and we still have the pests? How […]

Pointed Turkey Bones Are Oldest Native American Tattoo Kit, Says Study

A group of researchers now think they’ve discovered and identified what might be the world’s oldest tattoo kit – a set of pointy, ink-stained needles that were carved out of wild turkey bones and then buried in a Native American grave from central Tennessee at least 3600 years ago. The Native American tattoo kit study […]

This Native Tribe Is In Contact with Aliens

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Land Exchange For Alaska Native Veterans

Above photo: Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy speaks during a news conference on a proposed land exchange for Alaska Native Vietnam War veterans on Wednesday, May 5, 2021, in Juneau, Alaska. The proposal comes during what is expected to be the final weeks of the regular legislative session. AP Photo/Becky Bohrer. Juneau, AL – Alaska Gov. […]

Clueless Santorum perpetrates ‘second genocide’ of Native Americans

Image Credit: CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images Thus “innocent” conquerors deny agency: Who can destroy what barely existed? Is it possible to obliterate 100,000,000 “New World” inhabitants—who’ve only survived for 10,000+ years—plus mortify yourself in only two sentences? Yes and yes—and no off-the-cuff gaffes here, but during a formal speech. That’s what ex-senator and […]

The Vortexes of Native American Culture and Cultural Misappropriation

Vortexes (or vortices) are believed to be spots on the earth where unidentified energy is said to either enter into, or project out from the land, and many believe these energies travel through humans present at these places. So called “Vortex sites” have been labeled throughout the world, for example: the Great Pyramid in Egypt, […]

Xinjiang Native Speaks Out: “Western Media Jeopardizing Uyghurs Interests”

Posted on April 25, 2021 by Zara Ali By Dan Cohen Source Dan Cohen speaks with Gordon Gao, an ethnic minority and Xinjiang native on the realities of life in Xinjiang, Western media coverage and US-China tensions. [embedded content] WASHINGTON — Dan Cohen speaks with Gordon Gao, Director of Strategic Research at Tsinghua University Endowment Fund […]

Artist Uses Wet Plate Photography to Portray Native American Indians–and the Photos Are Stunning

Stumbling across an archaic photography technique known as “wet plate,” artist Shane Balkowitsch began a 20-year project to portray the Northern Plains Native Americans in the modern day. The nostalgic process would allow the North Dakotan photographer to display their spirit, pride, and enduring culture in a manner like no other technique. Balkowitsch’s series of […]

Native American History Destroyed In Georgia’s Track Rock Gap

The U.S. Forest Service has announced that vandals have systematically destroyed important pre-Colombian petroglyphs at historic sites in the southeastern Chattahoochee–Oconee National Forests, including Trap Rock Gap. Most people in the U.S. are sympathetic with the modern Creek and Cherokee peoples whose ancestors created sacred sites like Trap Rock Gap over 1,000 years ago. However, […]

The Greek Fisherman in Iceland who Never Forgot his Native Land

George Alevras in Iceland. Greek Reporter Illustration George Alevras is a Greek fisherman from the historic city of Messolonghi who currently lives in Siglufjörður, one of the northernmost cities in Iceland. Despite his success in Iceland’s largest economic sector, Alevras would like to return back home to his native Greece. How did a Greek fisherman end […]

Native North Americans Were Making Copper Tools in 7,500 BC

Refinements in radiocarbon dating technology have caused archaeologists, anthropologists, and ancient historians to  modify their beliefs  about the timeline of copper tools and the metalworking of the Old Copper Culture, which emerged among Native Americans living in the Great Lakes region of North America many thousands of years ago. Past estimates traced the start of […]

Deb Haaland confirmed as first ever Native American cabinet secretary in historic moment

Deb Haaland has been confirmed as the first ever Native American cabinet secretary – a historic victory for those campaigning for a more diverse and representative government. The 60-year-old Democratic congresswoman, who represents New Mexico’s 1st congressional district, was confirmed as Joe Biden’s interior secretary, in a 51-40 vote in the Senate. “Rep Haaland’s confirmation […]

Snow Snake, The Ancient Native American Winter Sport, Gets Popular

On Friday, February 26 2021, a city park in Madison, Wisconsin will host a unique sporting competition . Newcomers and experienced practitioners alike will be given the opportunity to play snow snake, a wintertime game that has been popular among Native American peoples for more than 500 years. In this deceptively simple but technically demanding […]

Native Americans Finally Have a Cabinet Nominee. Will an Adopted Tlingit Take Her Down?

“They don’t know what it means to be an Indian,” Williams said of these elected officials from his party. “An old Indian proverb would say: ‘walk a mile in his moccasins.’ Then maybe they’d come to that understanding.” Normally, voting against the nomination of a progressive environmentalist would be a no-brainer for an Alaska Republican […]

Alligator-like fish with huge jaws and sharp teeth spotted in Singapore — 10,000 miles from its native home

A huge fish that looks like a ‘prehistoric’ alligator was found washed up on the shore of a reservoir in Singapore. The remains of the fish were spotted on the banks of the MacRitchie Reservoir by Karen Lythgoe, 31, who is from Scotland but now lives in Asia. Ms Lythgoe was “shocked” to discover the […]

ISU research shows how Native agriculture benefits soil, ecosystem

Am I surprized? Hang no … indigenous people were functioning in conserve mode long before the colonizers showed up … AGR Daily News The project, “Three Sisters Gardening in Midwestern Native American Nations,” has already garnered results that show the Native practice of intercropping the “three sisters” — corn, beans and squash — improved soil quality.  “We’re not […]

Native Americans Condemn Biden: ‘STOP Attacking Our Sovereignty’

A Native American tribe has slammed the Biden administration for the suspension of oil and gas leasing on tribal lands. The letter, addressed to Biden’s Acting Secretary of the Interior, Scott de la Vega, attacks Secretarial Order No. 3395. The order “temporarily suspends delegations of authority regarding leasing and permitting on federal lands, with a significantly […]

Native American Tribe Calls Joe Biden’s Drilling Freeze a ‘Direct Attack’ on Sovereignty

A Native American tribe this week criticized the Biden administration’s order halting agency approvals for oil, gas, and coal permitting on federal lands including tribal lands. As the Washington Times reported Friday: The Ute Indian Tribe of the Uintah and Ouray Reservation, which has run an oil-and-gas operation on its 4.5 million-acre reservation for more […]

Encounters With Star People: Three Native Indians Describe An Encounter Of The “First Kind”

The Facts: Mainstream UFO disclosure is taking off and the subject is no longer taboo. There’s a common narrative in the field suggesting that because mainstream media is presenting the topic the way they now are, the phenomenon represents nothing but lies. Reflect On: Does mainstream media cover real events and attempt to manipulate the […]

During Civil Rights Era, Native American Communities In The South Armed Themselves Against The KKK

Above photo: Charlie Warriax (left) and Simeon Oxendine (right) bear a captured KKK banner. Courtesy of the Charlotte Observer Photograph Collection, Public Library of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County. This essay draws on research that appears in The Lumbee Indians: An American Struggle, University of North Carolina Press, Fall 2018. This story was originally shared in […]

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Native American Jewish Communist Dictum:- “Accuse the enemy of those crimes you are guilty of” The Rothschild Jews dressed up as Natives doing these terrible acts, promoting hatred and creating kill squads against the Natives that didn’t want Rothschild railroads built on their lands. The Jews paid whites $5 a scalp. +20

Prayer Walk Demands Justice For Native Man Assaulted By US Feds

Above photo: Prayer walk demanding the firing of the two rangers who brutalized Darrell House ends at Petroglyphs National Park. January 2, 2021. Twitter / Nick Estes. The Red Nation condemns the brutalization of Darrell House by National Park Service rangers on Tiwa Territory (Albuquerque, New Mexico). Native groups have taken to Petroglyphs National Monument […]

Native Youth Provide For Community And Elders During Covid Pandemic

Above photo: Last Real Indians. 2020 has been a year of many trials across Indian Country. Across our many Nations, rural, city and everywhere in between, we are all coping with the catastrophic effects of the COVID-19 virus. We have missed gatherings, ceremonies, and the everyday celebrations as part of quarantine and to keep those […]

FRAUD: Native Americans Were Bribed With Gas Cards, Vacations To Vote Biden – Soros Money Involved – National File

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As Mosul recovers from ISIS rule, a native of the city is fighting to recover its Jewish past

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As A Native American, Here’s What I Want You To Know About Thanksgiving

Above photo: The author. Native Americans don’t just live on reservations, we live in cities, and we live internationally. I grew up in the Silicon Valley of California. I was born in the city and have lived here my whole life, as an “Urban Native.” My grandfather moved to California from Mohawk territory in the […]

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