“But hate crimes against Native Americans often don’t often make headlines” (With Poll)

IMG_0682.jpgNot only are rivers, towns and tanks named after those who committed crimes against humanity against American Indians, they are honored.

We’ll see.

But hate crimes against Native Americans often don’t often make headlines, which they say is part of a pattern of discrimination and violence dating back generations. They worry they may also see an upsurge in hate crimes against Native communities.

Here is just one (by Maria Thompson. Tuesday, March 14th 2017).

OMAHA, Ne (FOX42KPTM) — Members of a Native American tribe now say they’re the victims of what might be hate crime.

They say somebody went into a prayer area and badly damaged it.

Members say this is the first time something like this has happened in almost 20 years there.

The lion of the energy crisis is stalking as the invisible line between natural resources and genocide has become visible by events across the globe. That line and implications thereof remain invisible to many on this soil; consequentially, soil that has been soaked with blood of the American Indian by Manifest Destiny, by colonialism, and by colonialism’s evil son:


Fascism is definitely and absolutely opposed to the doctrines of liberalism, both in the political and the economic sphere.

The sins of having allowed evil actions are manifesting, and the predatory mindset of colonialism that must be exorcised will only transform itself through honesty and education. How? If you can control little things, you can better control big things with a key Obama consistently reminded us of — words matter. Hence, what words presently reflect the truth of “hate crimes against Native Americans often don’t often make headlines?” We shall see.

We are now experiencing overt acts of murder, maiming, mass shootings, and covert planning for political activity that aims to institutionalize white supremacy and white rule not only on the federal level, but also at the state level. It is not confined to the fringe alt-right groups who now may feel they have a “license to kill” under this administration. This includes those whose political strategy calls for non-white voter suppression and disenfranchisement of large segments of the population who would resist a White Minority Rule.


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