MNN. Dec. 8, 2013. Riots break out in Porgera, Papua New Guinea, after Toronto-based Barrick Gold’s security kills several local Indigenous people. Activist Jethro Tulin, of the Porgera Alliance and the Akali Tange Association, a local human rights organization, has visited Canada many times to advocate for the victims of mine-related violence. This violence is the corporate mindset of Canada worldwide.
Another local was shot many times in the head when angry people marched towards Paiam town. Police blocked the marching crowd on the bridge. The people turned around and walked back towards the mine. Police took control. Nightshift workers of Barricks were sent home to wait until the “job” was completed.
End of the trail for the mighty buffalo to kill off the Indians’ food source!
At the same time US President Obama will let multinational energy companies kill or injure bald and golden eagles with impunity for the next 30 years. “All energy has costs!”, he said about the windmill development. It is like the genocide of the Indian people and the extinction of the buffalo. The Department of the Interior which controls the Bureau of Indian Affairs, is in charge of the program to annihilate the eagles. Historically General Sherman, on behalf of the warmongers, declared war on the Sioux and all plains Indians. From 1865 to 1903 over 60 million buffalo were killed to starve and murder Indigenous people. They killed their food source with no regard to the effect on the natural world. Now the Prairies suffer from the lack of the buffalo. They can no longer grow anything without thousands of tons of chemical [pollutant] fertilizers. General Sherman kills buffalo.
The Eagle and other living spirits wait for us to remember how to listen to them.
Now the corporate shareholders will try to eliminate the eagle, the spiritual symbol for the constitution of peace. They intend to continue the non-stop Constitution of War [51%], to keep the people from coming to one mind. According to Tijs Pietersen, corporatism is going to die! And he says, “Help, I’m steppin’ into the twilight zone/Place is a madhouse, feels like being cloned/My beacon’s been moved under moon and star/Where am I to go now that I’ve gone too far?”Tijs Pietersen. “Twilight Zone!”