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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Mohawk Nation News: Mind Control Disaster

Mohawk Nation News

MNN. Sept. 20, 2010. People have been conditioned to follow orders and not think for themselves. The Nazis and church knew how people could be destroyed for generations by taking children from a natural life and putting them into an artificial world. Mind control is sexual and mental abuse called social engineering.

German Nazi Heinrich Himmler and his researchers studied families who had abused their children for generations. The Third Reich wanted to continue creating obedient masses for the fascist world order.

After World War II in 1947 US President Harry Truman was persuaded to import Nazi mind control scientists. The CIA and National Security Act were born. Operation “Paper Clip’ was created to systematically remove civil rights. The scientists were placed in universities, governments and corporations.

MKULTRA, a CIA research program run by the Office of Scientific Intelligence was set up. Many victims unknowingly were given drugs, LSD and mental manipulation to alter brain functions. Files were destroyed in 1973 to avoid investigation. Over 30 universities and institutions were involved.

Mind control is an artificially designed identity. They know intuition, our connection to the natural world, is repressed through sexual abuse to separate the instinct from the mind. Perverted sex replaces natural relationships. The mind is unbalanced and results in disordered peoples.

For hundreds of generations the victimized white race was conditioned to memorize data, take orders and not to question. Their past and true culture were erased, repressed or revised. Today their minds are manipulated through pop culture such as music, movies, education, porn, drugs and all manner of remote control. There is no free thought, free will or compassion. Media tells them what to do, wear, eat and how to act. Distorted sexuality and narcissistic self-mage are constantly promoted. Care for the environment is almost totally disregarded.

The state wants mistreated kids to be turned over to their institutions. Psychiatrists and councilors advise troubled victims to further compartmentalize their brain, which makes them easier to influence. They are sought for training in jobs to work against their people.

Sexual predators are sent into our lives and communities. Residential schools were part of this strategy. Mental and sexual abuse tried to separate us from the natural world and our survival instinct. We were to be made incomplete, dysfunctional, to distrust sincere caring people and have difficulty reasoning or remembering. To avoid beatings, torture, death and forget the horrors, we had to appear obedient.

Mind control cults and religions based on altered knowledge are now being adapted and inserted into our communities.

Ongwehonwe means real humans forever who adhere to all that is natural in an unaltered creation. Kaianereh’ko:wa/Great Law teaches us that we have the ability to reason.

Human energy comes from using both our intellect and intuition together. We are complete when the oyentera, orenda and the onigonra work together [mind, body and energy]. We pass on our ways through our language, stories, songs and culture.

Is the white race waiting for their orders? And what are their orders?

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Indigenous Peoples at US Social Forum: Halting the Legacy of Genocide

By Brenda Norrell
Photos by Brita Brookes/US Social Forum Detroit

DETROIT -- Speaking out on environmental genocide, Indigenous Peoples describe the legacy of death and destruction from mining, power plants, toxic dumping and the nuclear industry, at the US Social Forum in Detroit. Indigenous Peoples are consulting and strategizing on energy and climate change, immigration, poverty, treaty rights, sacred sites, cultural preservation, and de-militarization.

Broadcast live on Earthcycles, Navajo Leona Morgan describes how new uranium mining targets Navajos living in Church Rock, N.M., where the nation's deadliest radioactive spill occurred in 1979. In June of 2010, the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Hydro Resources Inc. of Texas, which if it proceeds, will poison the water supply of Navajos with new in-situ uranium mining, by drilling on land alongside Navajo land.

The Tewa Women United, on Earthcycles live, describe how the nuclear industry and Los Alamos National Laboratories have exposed Pueblos to generations of death and disease in northern New Mexico. Open air burning, burial of nuclear waste and detonations have poisoned the land, air and water for today's Pueblos and future generations.

Beata Tsosie Pena of Santa Clara Pueblo said, "We live in the desert and our water supply is very precious to us. Water is our life. I'm scared for my children. I'm scared for my grandchildren. I'm sacred for my elders."

Indigenous Peoples opened the US Social Forum on Tuesday with a march through Detroit. The local Native American community welcomed Indigenous Peoples with a water ceremony and feast of buffalo. During this week's Social Forum, there was a powwow and concert with John Trudell and Anne Humphrey, while workshops focused on environmental justice and ecology. The Native Peoples Assembly developed strategies to protect Mother Earth from corporate greed and destruction.

Casey Camp, Ponca Nation of Oklahoma, interviews Native Americans from across North America on Earthcycles, describing the fight to halt the destruction. Casey Camp interviews American Indians who describe broken treaties and the destruction of their homelands. Camp describes the Poncas fight for their land and sovereignty and the longterm devastating pollution from Continental Carbon Black, the huge Conoco Phillips Refinery.

The Indigenous Environmental Network said the US Social Forum provides a platform to produce solutions.

"A multi-generational delegation of Indigenous Peoples from North America have arrived in Detroit, Michigan this week to join other social justice movements at the United States Social Forum, a large gathering of diverse leaders developing powerful solutions to the economic and ecological crises we face," IEN said.

"The delegation is comprised of Native American, Alaskan Native, and First Nation activists and leaders from the communities most affected by climate change and fossil fuel development in North America. They represent many Nations including Cree, Mandan, Hidatsa, Arikara, Ojibwe, Kachiquel Mayan, Pasqua, Dakota, Navajo, Yup'ik, Swinomish, Mohawk, Oneida, Spokane, Colville, Couer d'Alene, Zuni, and Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation."

The delegation, co-coordinated by the Indigenous Peoples' Working Group of the USSF, Indigenous Environmental Network (IEN), Black Mesa Water Coalition, Alaska Big Village Network, and others, is attending the United States Social Forum to network and strengthen the various U.S. movements working on energy and climate change, immigration, poverty, treaty rights, sacred sites, cultural preservation, and de-militarization issues.

Meanwhile, thousands of Indigenous Peoples converged four hours away in Toronto, Canada to protest the G20 summit, a gathering of the world's industrial powers.

"The USSF movement provides an alternative vision for the people, one that is counter to the destructive neo-liberal agenda being discussed by the world's so-called leaders at the G20 summit in Toronto, who are talking about the destruction and commodification of every aspect of life. But another world is possible, one that is about the proliferation and health of this land we call Mother Earth, and we are manifesting that here, in the birthplace of the automobile. Detroit, US." says Clayton Thomas-Muller, Tar Sands Campaigner for the Indigenous Environmental Network.

Photos and videos at Censored News:
Earthcycles live:
Free Speech TV: Live coverage USSF:
Indigenous Environmental Network
Navajos Oppose New Uranium Mining in New Mexico
Tewa Women United from Santa Clara Pueblo, N.M., at the US Social Forum:

US Social Forum Saturday:

DETROIT HEALING WALK, 9:30-4:00, Saturday. Meet at Cobo Hall lower level. Rides provided to Fort Wayne, a burial site of Indigenous Peoples. Ceremony and 5-mile walk for healing and sharing. Refreshments provided along walk. Closing ceremony back at Fort Wayne at 4pm. Transportation provided back to Cobo Hall.

Briefing by Bolivian Ambassador Pablo Solon 'Cochabamba to Cancun'
WHAT: Briefing by Ambassador Solon "From Cochabamba to Cancun"
WHEN: Saturday, June 26, 2010 at 12:00pm
WHERE: Detroit, MI Cobo Hall