Owe Aku Celebrates the United Nations International Day of the World's Indigneous Peoples by working to Strengthen the Homeland, Living the Tenets of Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
International Justice Project
Bring Back the Way
Strengthening the Homeland
On August 9, 2017, Owe Aku and our allies gathered in celebration of Indigenous Peoples Day. Owe Aku sponsored a small gathering of people from ages 7 to 65 representing more than ten different Red nations. We gathered to learn to silk screen and create graphic images. The purpose and goal behind the gathering was to clarify our message, amplify our voice, and strengthen our own homeland, all in furtherance of water protection work.
In the spirit of decolonization through art, we were also happy to welcome Artivist Anthony Sul from the Oloni Nation located in the Bay Area of California. As well as being a respected artist, Anthony is also known for his educational efforts in the Bay Area about his people and the invasion of settler-colonization.
Grandchildren of those present (and workshop participants) made red bandanas and also planted seven fruit bearing bushes and seven trees in Owe Aku's ceremonial garden. We ended the day by cooking a dish of wild rice and buffalo meat with fruit salad and we were all so energized, inspired and happy that as our workshop and meal ended, the sunset brought with it a driving rain. Wopila!
Owe Aku is a grassroots organization of Lakota people and our allies founded to promote the protection of sacred water and preservation of our territorial lands. Our actions for environmental justice rely upon cultural revitalization as our major tool in achieving our goals. The principle location from which are operations are based are on Lakota territory along Wounded Knee Creek on what is called the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation . More information on our work can be found at www.oweakuinternational.org
Joye Braun, Cheyenne River Lakota. Photo by Christine Nobiss
Photo by Christine Nobiss
Pipeline Fighters Giving KXL the Boot in Nebraska Photos
Heather Pearson and Christine Nobiss at rally
By Christine Nobiss
I'm at the "Give KXL the Boot" Pipeline Fighter Summit in Lincoln, NE. It's a diverse mix of activists/organizers and I'm happy to see a lot of Native faces. Glad to see Joye Braun and so many youth. Glad to see Native women up at the front talking. Glad to see how proudly our men carry themselves. Together we can can do this. This is not just about "another pipeline", this is about our future. As John Schmidt, from The Climate Reality Project just said to me, "The only thing worse than a leaking pipeline is a working pipeline. We need to protect the unborn." It made me pause. Not only do we need to protect the water and our sovereignty, but we need to transition as soon as possible to renewables. This is not impossible. We need to force our governments to listen to us and make them sever their corrupt ties with these corporate conglomerates and revamp this entire economy. We rely on fossil fuels for essentially all that we do and make. Everything is made of plastic. We use, oil, natural gas and coal to power our homes, infrastructure and our means of travel. It's insidious. But it's not impossible to untangle ourselves from it. We just need to work together.
MNN. Aug. 10, 2017. When the Caucasian race invaded any country for exploitation, they committed horrendous atrocities. They tried to populate the world by implanting their evil seeds through raping native women to create slaves.
Caucasian men have lost 60% of their sperm count in the last 45 years, mostly in North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand. In three generations they will be sterile.
Men of color remain virile and potent. In modern time mostly toxic Caucasian males carry out threats, torture, massacre, bombings and warfare of non-Caucasians to demonstrate their masculinity and compensate for their sterility.
The invaders set out to murder us followed by programs of genocide like making our women barren, kidnapping and torturing our children. Now its vaccines, new diseases and government sterility programs. Bill Gates with the support of the UN set up depopulation clinics in India. He got kicked out and is being sued.
Trump shows off his kids. In mixtures of white with a person of color, the offspring is not accepted as Caucasian.
Impending sterility of Caucasians could be causing concern to the West. Sperm banks are used to store sperm and provide future fertility. Hitler failed in his attempt to design a perfect Aryan race.
These wheeler dealers and millionaires, trying to run the world, are actually shooting blanks. They’ve massacred people of color throughout history in India, turtle island, South America, Middle East, Africa and Asia.
Nature has no use for genocidal maniacs. People with inferiority complexes always strive to be in positions of authority. They want to control people of color and to enslave them.
They need victims to get their fix, to satisfy their blood lust. It’s called ‘feeding’, like vampires. They get pleasure out of antagonizing, torturing and harassing.
Narcisists don’t murder physically but will murder mentally. It’s all a game. They never accept responsibility for their action and never get charged or punished. Killing us satisfied their buzz. Otherwise they would have stopped themselves, like killing Vietnamese for no reason. Their handlers also have low sperm counts.