Archive for September, 2013

THE AIM ESTATE

September 22, 2013

Exactly !!!!, “Their anger born from kidnapping, imprisonment, torture, and all manner of indignities forced upon them. F__ you for your shaming of righteous anger and your attempt to force survivors into a passive acceptance of “healing” under your version of it. “~Ian Ki’laas Caplette~ ,

“What healing is promoted when the effort is to facilitate the bleeding?

A question has been asked in this blog on at least one occasion-”where are the men”? It could well be asked where too are the “warriors”, where are integrity and native pride ?”~Rezinate~

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The Victims’ Families Need To Be Heard! Wake Up NDN Country!
Saturday, September 21, 2013 6:09

(Before It’s News)

“(N.Morgan) One of the purest, truest, statements, I’ve heard in a very long time. The victims families are entitled to their anger. They are entitled to be heard. Listen to their words-

 
  Ian Ki’laas Caplette : What pisses me off most about today is that I have seen survivors being shamed for their anger. Their anger born from kidnapping, imprisonment, torture, and all manner of indignities forced upon them. Fuck you for your shaming of righteous anger and your attempt to force survivors into a passive acceptance of “healing” under your version of it. These people have a right to their anger. If anyone does, it is them and if you can’t handle it, shut the fuck up.

Denise Pictou Maloney: We’lalin for this Ian. After decades of being…

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RED HEART

September 2, 2013

Telling it like it is ….

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I enjoy reading, whether fiction or historical, as I think most people do. But I’m also able understand and separate the two genres.

An authors purpose when writing fiction can be merely to entertain or to promote a specific viewpoint, an agenda you might say.

There was a time within our communities that were peaceful, and only truth was spoken for the great shame it was not to-we genuinely worked to that end and knew in doing so it was to the benefit of all.

There were no drug addictions, no alcoholism, no gangbangers, no rapes-elders were respected and listened to, not vying for titles or bestowing them upon ourselves.

True leaders and elders spoke and were listened to in the sure knowledge they had proved themselves and the welfare of the community was a priority to them.

A medicine person would never have corrupted or allowed the corruption…

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