Showing posts from July, 2016

Zapatistas: Words of Moises at CompARTE in Oventik, Chiapas

WORDS OF THE GENERAL COMMAND OF THE EZLN, IN THE VOICE OF SUBCOMANDANTE INSURGENTE MOISÉS, AT THE OPENING OF THE ZAPATISTA’S PARTICIPATION IN CompARTE, CARACOL OF OVENTIK, CHIAPAS, MEXICO, MORNING OF JULY 29, 2016.WORDS OF THE GENERAL COMMAND OF THE EZLN, IN THE VOICE OF SUBCOMANDANTE INSURGENTE MOISÉS, AT THE OPENING OF THE ZAPATISTA’S PARTICIPATION IN CompARTE,CARACOL OF OVENTIK, CHIAPAS, MEXICO, MORNING OF JULY 29, 2016. In the name of the compañeras and compañeros bases of support of the Zapatista Army of National Liberation, I want to tell you how we feel about the things that they do to us as originary peoples of Mexico. I think it is the same all across the world. We want to tell you, explain to you once again, how much suffering this rotten capitalist system has caused us.

Navajo Council applauds federal probe into shooting of Loreal Tsingine

Navajo Nation Council applauds announcement of  federal investigation into the shooting of Loreal  Tsingine
By Navajo Nation Council Censored News
WINDOW ROCK – The 23rd Navajo Nation Council applauded Friday’s announcement that the U.S. Department of Justice will review the local investigation into the shooting death of 27-year-old Loreal Tsingine, a member of the Navajo Nation, which occurred on March 27. "The Navajo Nation Council is elated that the United States Department of Justice has made the decision to review the investigation into the shooting death of Loreal Tsingine at the hands of Officer [Austin] Shipley,” stated Speaker LoRenzo Bates. “While Maricopa County may allow Officer Shipley to escape criminal prosecution, we are hopeful that a federal investigation will bring justice for the Tsingine family." The Arizona Department of Public Safety investigated the shooting, which was later reviewed by the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office. Maricopa County Attorney Bill Mo…

Mohawk Nation News 'Good Doggie!'

GOOD DOGGIE!Posted on July 30, 2016
Please post & distribute. MNN. July 30, 2016. Crime and its offshoots are the economic base of corporate America, starting with genocide and theft of our lands and resources. US minds have been readjusted from the natural instinct to survive, to everything being monetized. The rules for the values, life and direction are designed and implemented by the miseducation, religious and mass media system, which are readjustment camps. Americans have “trainers” who give them the core commands. They are told their boss will love them if they do what they’re told. Otherwise they will insult, threaten, punish and even kill them. American INDIAN Brainwashing Schools. People in key positions in government, backed by the law enforcement and court systems, constantly illustrate how Americans are to act and do. The mind control program is so effective that people are screaming for more.  Like the crime syndicates, enforcers gravitate around the government, incor…

'Justice for Loreal!' Protest killer cop in Winslow, Ariz, Friday July 29, 2016

. Photos Friday July 29, 2016 Winslow Protest

In Winslow, Arizona, there is a long history of racist whites murdering Navajos. Maricopa County has refused to prosecute a killer cop who murdered Dineh mom Loreal Tsingine.

Protest Friday, July 29, 2016 in Winslow, Arizona

By Bordertown Justice Coalition
Censored News

Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery’s decision is the most recent continuation of injustice that began on March 27 when Tsingine was killed by Winslow Officer Austin Shipley after shooting her five times at point-blank range. Winslow Police Chief Stephen Garnett and Lt. Ken Arrend, along with the City of Winslow, continue to fail all who seek justice for the family and community of Loreal Tsingine by allowing killer cop Austin Shipley to roam their streets.
Join us and make sure the Winslow Police Department and the City of Winslow, a bordertown settlement, are held accountable for their inhuman crimes towards Indigenous people and other people of color. 
Starting at 5 PM (l…

Hoopa Valley Tribe files lawsuit: U.S. failed to protect salmon on Klamath River

Federal Agency Actions Drive Klamath -- Trinity River Fisheries to brink of Extinction and the Hoopa Valley Tribe to Court
By Hoopa Valley Tribe 29 July 2016 Censored News
Today, the Hoopa Valley Tribe (HVT) filed its lawsuit against the federal government for violations of Endangered Species Act (ESA) regarding its management actions on the Klamath River, California's second largest river system. "The harm caused by the Bureau of Reclamation's  and National Marine Fisheries Service's failure to protect the Coho is driving this federally protected fish and our Tribe to extinction," said Chairman Ryan Jackson. "These fish have been essential to our culture, religion and economy since time immemorial," added Jackson. Federal irrigation project and private dam operators on the Klamath River divert and store water, leaving less for fish. The water that remains is warmer than tolerable for salmon and polluted with nutrients and chemicals. Under those conditions, f…

Western Shoshone Respond to Nuclear Waste Storage 2016

............... Corbin Harney, in memory


The comment period deadline for the “Invitation for Public Comment to Inform the Design of a Consent-Based Siting Process for Nuclear Waste Storage and Disposal Facilities” is July 31, 2016.

Email: Responses may be provided by email to Please include “Response to IPC” in the subject line.

Western Shoshone comments are posted above. ​​
Mr. Ian Zabarte

Mohawk Nation News 'Price is Right'

PRICE IS RIGHTPosted on July 29, 2016
Please post and distribute. MNN. July 28, 2016. Elections, stock exchange, casinos and game shows all use the same corporate rules for their operation. They take advantage of people’s lust for money and craving for 15 minutes of fame. It lures people out of their boring lives. People make fun of those making fools of themselves. Believe the lies and reject the truth! Both the Republican and Democratic national conventions illustrated the conditioned mindset of Americans who have been nurtured on game shows since the 1930s. The American phenomenon is to win prizes and get money without working, while putting on a made-for-tv spectacle. In Canada white people can become incorporated INDIANS. Red-faced! Teams duel until one side wins. The scenario includes a host, contestants, props and prizes. They answer trivia to eliminate each other. The basic premise for picking the president of the United States is whoever has the most money makes the rules. The i…

Zapatistas 'EZLN confirms and extends its participation in CompARTE


Zapatista Army of National Liberation.


July 26, 2016

To the participants and attendees of CompArte:

To the National and International Sixth:

Compañeros, compañeras, compañeroas:

Although we could not replace the money that had been allocated for food and transportation for our artistic community, as Zapatistas we sought a way not only to reciprocate the efforts of the artists who responded to our invitation to CompArte, but also to make them feel the respect and admiration their artistic work inspires in us.

We would like to inform you of the decision that we have come to:

We will present, though in different calendars and geographies, some of the artistic work that we Zapatistas prepared for you. The presentations will take place according to the following schedule:

Caracol of Oventik: July 29, 2016, from 10:00 national time to 19:00 national time. Participation by Zapatista artists of the Tzotzil, Zoque, and Tzeltal originary peo…

Bordertowns: Murder by police, fueled by the media

Murders by police are treated with impunity in the US, and the media is a player in these crimes 

By Brenda Norrell 
Censored News 
Translation into Dutch by Alice Holemans, NAIS, at:
Beginning in the 1970s, the US Civil Rights Commission held hearings in bordertowns around Indian lands and documented the tortures and murders of Navajos and other Native Americans.
While the testimony focused on white racists who carried out these crimes in bordertowns, police also committed murders and were never prosecuted.
In fact, decades ago, police were able to silence the media and the prosecutors.
What has changed? The internet and social media.
Today, when an officer beats or kills a Native American, or anyone else, as a result of racism, over-reacting, or the use of excessive force, there is a fast way to let the world know.
Decades ago, we relied on newspapers to expose the brutal tortures and murders in bordertowns around the Navajo…

Native Lives Matter: Justice for Lakota Brightman

Native Lives Matter Justice For Lakota Brightman Family seeks Closer for Murder of Beloved U.S. Army Veteran Field Medic
Quanah Parker Brightman Executive Director of United Native Americans
MARTINEZ, Calif.: Native American Civil Rights Leaders Seek Justice for the Murder of Slain Family member.  On May 25th, 2016. The Jury Found Mark Anthony Nelson Guilty of Penal Code 187- Murder First Degree & a Knife Enhancement for the Murder of Lakota Gall Brightman on July 3rd, 2015 outside the Carlson Food Market located in Richmond California.
During the sentencing on Friday, July 29, 2016, we are asking for the Honorable Judge Laurel S. Brady in Department 31 to Sentence Mr Nelson to Life in Prison.
We Invite Members of the Press to Our Press Conference which will be held At 8:30 am until 8:45 am in front of the Superior Court of California County of Contra County A.F. Bray Courthouse located at 1020 Ward Street Martinez, CA 94553
Lakota Gall Brightman, was murdere…