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Thursday, April 9, 2020

Zuni Pueblo Governor: 15 cases of coronavirus and one death

Zuni Pueblo Governor: 15 cases of coronavirus and one death

By Brenda Norrell
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ZUNI PUEBLO -- Zuni Pueblo Governor Val Panteah said there are fifteen cases of coronavirus on the Pueblo and one member has died.

Governor Panteah said, "As an update, as of today, we have 15 tribal members that have tested positive for Coronavirus. One death. I don’t know how else to put it but all of you need to stay home! I would ask you, is travel really necessary? Every time you leave your home, you are taking a risk against your health maybe even death!"

Zuni is located in northwest New Mexico, near Gallup, N.M., and the Navajo Nation.

Coronavirus cases increased throughout the Pueblos in New Mexico, with two clusters shown.

Zia Pueblo and San Felipe Pueblos in northern New Mexico have reported the most cases. San Felipe Pueblo reports 52 cases and Zia Pueblo 31 cases.

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MNN. Apr. 8, 2020. WE HAVE TO GRAB AND THROW AWAY THE KEYS TO THE NEW KINGDOM. The aware people such as the indigenous can lead a revolt on this war on the people. Noam Chomsky said, ‘It’s ironic that the most oppressed people in America, the natives, are the ones who are going to save the land called America, and the world will be a much better place”. The concept of the great peace will spread throughout the world.


The onkwehonweh spilt blood to fight tyranny and destruction of turtle island for five centuries. The invaders from Europe saw that there was a paradise on earth here where the people lived in absolute harmony with nature. We want our paradise to return.

The invaders wanted this paradise for themselves. That’s why they had the first false flag war called the “American Revolution” between the UK British and the US British to destroy the law of peace and harmony so they could create the first “republic of war’.

There have been many biological attacks upon us since the Jesuits arrived here in the 1600s in the subsequent genocide of over 90% of us. Along with this is the worst continuous virus of greed and violence. The cover-up for this fascist materialistic program was designed. The truth of their history and current behavior have been totally hidden. People are hypnotized and conditioned to prefer comfort, not facts.

Their minds are full of fictional myths about their ‘greatness’. A society of blindness to the truth and non-thinking has been created.


We survivors of the biggest holocaust in all humanity are cautious and fearless. turtle island belongs to us, our mother, creation and our unborn children.

The criminal gangs of thugs took over our land and imposed their will upon the world through war. They claim we don’t understand them. We understand them only too well. Like our ancestors we survived to carry the message. We are in the hilly country to heal. The black serpent will say they have no fight with us.

We will not back down. We rest and then carry on our duties another day. We are aggressors for peace. We must spread kaianerekowa to the entire world. When we are brought into the private Admiralty Court system for infractions, we are asked if we understand what’s going on. We say, “I don’t understand any of this. All I know is that this is my land”.


COVID19 virus is sweeping the world. The people’s immune system is being compromised by technology. The UN Agenda 21 of fear is happening. COVID19 pandemic is becoming a military exercise to implement martial law. Soon the people will demand a solution. Then we will see who is behind this. It is the fascist UN United Nations and WHO the World Health Organization, an incestuous part of the UN.

The old people appear to be targeted because of their knowledge. They die alone so we don’t know what caused their death. We assume their pensions are being redirected. The tyrants promise freedom if we respect their power and keep our mouth shut!

The tyrants are using their obedient handmaids to birth the New World Order. We, the real natural people of turtle island, will not go barehanded towards their guns. They will pay dearly for what they did to us.

Get ready. The economy will collapse. The world has changed since the train blockade. They briefly saw the power of creation.

February 2020 the world saw us and our allies block the trains from eastern to western Canada. No arms were used. They saw the power of our mother and the passion of our people. We stood by the tracks together and the world stood with us. Canada wanted us to fire the first shot so they could bombard us with gunfire.


The traitors among us were helping them. Our defence was our minds.

We have no time for fools who say they are craving for truth but who turn away when they are shown it. We don’t want equality. We cannot be equal with murderers and thieves. We have the means to build a world of justice and equality. kaianerekowa will stop their 500 year war. It will start at the Eastern Door of turtle island and go across the globe.

The will of the people is that those who use their minds shall run the world. We are being drowned in a swamp of the war of tyrants. The kaianerekowa does away with our betrayers. They will cease to exist. The capitalists will be gone. We think of our children and what is ours which will be returned to us to be properly cared for.

The people lose their power when they chose deceptive and larcenous tyrants to be their leaders.

turtle island is our motherland. We have nothing to declare or admit! Canadians and Americans have a different motherland to where they will return should they refuse to live by the great peace.

The agenda 2030 worldwide New World Order of the UN can abolish the concept of motherland but not for the indigenous people who are the children of the mother where creation placed us.

Canada and US do not follow the will of the people. A scrawl on a piece of paper called a “treaty” is not our will. They are signatures of the ‘indian’ traitors who sold land that belongs to our unborn babies that can’t be sold or conveyed.When they leave turtle island metaphorically or literally, they will take all their meaningless papers and band council puppets with them.

We will defend ourselves, which is the human right of all people throughout the world. We have been put in this vortex of massacres and thievery many times. It is over!

Soon Canada will be deserted of the fascist settler colonists. Many allies can join us by living according to the kaianerekowa, great peace. We have never been defeated. We have always strived to throw off the yoke of world capitalist tyranny.

We will not retreat. We will always speak for our mother. Cowards, self-seekers and traitors will be no more. The great peace has no place for them.

Our resistance will create many liabilities. We have to know what people are made of. We never wished to be leaders though we have the kaianerekowa, the great peace. Fear will eat them from the inside. We are watchful of those who will betray us and when.

What’s more important. Truth or the procedure. We have a choice to win or die. The genocide was for their historical need. There will be no more drops of our blood. If so, there will be a river of theirs. Who survives, us or them? Maybe all of us. We won’t stop. Eventually their will to do evil will be broken.

In their society the one who owns the media owns the mind. Papers are instructions from the devil’s world based on their fictional unreality to fit their made-up theories. Even a fool won’t doubt. Conspirators are always disposed of. Fear, repression and force are the tools of a weak authority.

The ideas of our ancestors are immortal. We are immortal. We indigenous will set the world aflame with ideas on peace. The way of the wicked is dark. They can’t see or realize what they are tripping upon.

Tracy Chapman sings about resistance: “Don’t you know talking bout a revolution. It sounds like a whisper. Poor people gonna rise up and get their share. Poor people gonna rise up and get what’s theirs.

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Navajo Nation: Rapid increase in coronavirus, now 488 cases and 20 deaths

Navajo Police checkpoint, Navajo Nation, Pueblo Pintado, New Mexico.

By Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer
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62 new positive cases of COVID-19, three more deaths reported

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — The total number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached 488 for the Navajo Nation as of Wednesday – an increase of 62 positive cases since Tuesday, according to the Navajo Department of Health and Navajo Area Indian Health Service, in coordination with the Navajo Epidemiology Center. The report also includes 2,221 total negative test results as of Wednesday. There is now a total of 20 confirmed deaths related to COVID-19.

The 488 confirmed positive cases include the following counties:

· Navajo County, AZ: 186
· Apache County, AZ: 50
· Coconino County, AZ: 116
· McKinley County, NM: 45
· San Juan County, NM: 70
· Cibola County, NM: 9
· San Juan County, UT: 10
· Socorro County, NM: 2

"Per capita, our numbers are very alarming. The only way we’re going to beat COVID-19 is by practicing T’áá hwó’ ajít’éego, self-determination. The teachings of our Navajo elders still help and guide us to this day. Each and every one of us has to take it upon ourselves to self-isolate – when we isolate ourselves, we isolate the virus. With the 57-hour weekend curfew coming up, we are hopeful that we’ll begin to see a steady decrease in the number of positive cases, but it will only work if we make it work by staying home as much as possible,” said Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez.

The Nation’s latest Public Health Order implementing a 57-hour curfew will take effect on Friday at 8:00 p.m. until Monday at 5:00 a.m., except for essential employees who are required to have documentation from their employer. Navajo Police will strictly enforce the curfew order by issuing citations that may include a fine up to $1,000 and/or 30 days in jail.

“Now is the time to get prepared for the 57-hour curfew. If you need groceries, medication, or other necessary items we urge you to take every precaution and please only send one family member to purchase items – do not take children into stores or public places. Let’s also continue to pray for everyone who is fighting along with us,” said Vice President Lizer.

On Thursday at 10:00 a.m. (MDT), the Navajo Nation and Navajo Area Indian Health Service will host another online Town Hall to provide the latest COVID-19 updates on the Nez-Lizer Facebook page, which will also be aired on KTNN 660AM and 101.5FM on Thursday at 6:00 p.m. (MDT).

For more information including reports, helpful prevention tips, and more resources, please visit the Navajo Department of Health’s COVID-19 website at To contact the main Navajo Health Command Operations Center, please call (928) 871-7014.


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This map shows Monument Valley on the Navajo Nation, on both sides of the Arizona and Utah border. There have been at least 2 deaths, linked to the rally of the Nazarene Church nearby. It shows Tuba City where doctors are overwhelmed with patients and have begged for supplies. It shows Winslow, south of Navajo and Hopi Nations, where an IHS doctor said three people died before reaching the hospital. Many people in this region do not have running water for drinking and hand washing, two of the keys to surviving the virus. Doctors say it is important to drink lots of liquids when fighting pneumonia, and of course hand washing is essential. -- Censored News

The IHS statistics are lagging behind, but do show increases in coronavirus cases in these IHS service agencies, including Navajo, Albuquerque, Oklahoma, Great Plains and Phoenix. The Portland and California agencies were the first ones to report a number of cases. Currently, there are 488 cases on the Navajo Nation, and 20 deaths (not shown.) The Albuquerque area reflects clusters in San Felipe, Zia and Zuni Pueblos. The numbers show about one-fourth of those tested have not received results. Some areas are doing little testing. -- Censored News


Navajo and Hopi grassroots group bringing food and water as coronavirus spreads

Photos: Bringing relief to Kayenta on the Navajo Nation

"I know these are difficult times. But let's remember we are never alone,” said Cassandra Begay, Communications Lead with the Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund, “Let's remember the important relationships we have that are always with us: the relationship below our feet. The relationship with our heart. The relationship between our breath and our Mother Earth's breath. And finally remember, this is an opportunity to be grateful for many things."

Navajo and Hopi Families Relief Fund Builds Movement in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic

April 7, 2020
Cassandra Begay

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TSIIZIZII, DINÉTAH (LEUPP, NAVAJO NATION/ARIZONA) — In response to the escalating health crisis facing Diné (Navajo) and Hopi communities in Northern Arizona, Southern Utah, and New Mexico, the Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund has mobilized volunteer emergency food and water distribution throughout the region.

“It is so amazing to see our communities come together and respond proactively to the threat of coronavirus and COVID-19 on the Navajo and Hopi reservations,” said Ethel Branch, former Navajo Nation Attorney General and founder of the Relief Fund. “I thought this would make just a small impact, but the great love and care that the public has for our communities, and their sense of justice to correct the inequities that exist in Indigenous communities has morphed this effort into a movement.”

On March 15, 2020, Ethel organized a GoFundMe campaign to provide relief for Diné and Hopi families impacted by the COVID-19 virus. Within 22 days, the campaign has raised more than $400,000.

“In just a few weeks we have managed to build a massive collaborative effort bringing together Diné and Hopi professionals, grassroots organizers and concerned community members to build the social net our communities have always deserved but have been denied because of treaty violations and on-going systemic injustices that make our communities extremely vulnerable to this pandemic,” said Janene Yazzie, team lead in New Mexico for the Navajo-Hopi COVID-19 Relief Fund, “We have the expertise to build the solutions most meaningful for our people.”

The GoFundMe campaign’s mission is to “help the elderly (especially those raising their grandchildren), the immunocompromised and mobility impaired, single parents, and struggling families by helping them buy groceries, water, health supplies, and necessary items so they (and their vulnerable communities) can be protected from exposure to the virus by engaging volunteers to make these purchases and deliver them to a safe transfer location for those in need. We are also helping to stop the spread of COVID-19 on these reservations by engaging volunteers to sew masks for medical workers and first responders on Navajo and Hopi.”

Since the campaign launched, the Relief Fund has received more than 4,500 requests for support and mobilized numerous volunteers to provide direct relief to over 850 families in over 21 communities, including Chilchinbeto, Hard Rock, Forest Lake, Kayenta, the Village of Bacavi, the Village of Oraibi, Oljato, Monument Valley, Tuba City, the Village of Upper Moencopi, the Village of Lower Moencopi, Dilcon, and Fort Defiance.

“Volunteers with the Navajo Hopi COVID 19 Relief effort are doing a great job responding to the crisis with resources raised from everyday people,” states Lillian Hill, Hopi Indigenous Food Advocate and Community Organizer, “Our Native American communities face unique and substantial disparities that put our communities at extra risk. I’m humbled to assist as a volunteer in this effort as a way to offer mutual aid to my community.”


Confirmed COVID-19 cases on the Navajo Nation are already growing at an exponential rate, nearly doubling by the day. As of April 6th, there are currently 384 cases of COVID-19 and 13 confirmed deaths on the Navajo Nation, which has an on-reservation population of more than 180,000. During a town hall streamed on Facebook Navajo Nation president Johnathan Nez stated, “We feel that the United States government once again has ignored or even left out the first residents, the first people, the first citizens of this country: Indigenous people.” The Navajo Nation has projected that cases will peak by mid-May.

The Navajo Nation has been very proactive in responding to COVID-19. On March 11th, two days before President Trump, the Navajo Nation declared a state of Emergency as a proactive measure. On March 17th, the first case of COVID-19 was confirmed on the reservation. On the 18th the Nation closed itself to visitors. On March 20, the Nation issued a shelter-in-place order for everyone living on the reservation and imposed a curfew 10 days later. On March 23rd, the Hopi Tribe halted all tourism through its lands and reported its first known case on March 26th.


Due to a host of systemic issues, tribal communities such as Navajo and Hopi are critically at risk during the COVID-19 pandemic. The CDC warns that older adults and those with underlying health conditions, such as diabetes and heart disease, are more likely to be severely impacted by COVID-19. These tribal communities have high numbers of elderly, diabetic, asthmatic, and cancer-afflicted individuals, putting them at a substantially elevated risk of requiring hospitalization for COVID-19. The Navajo Nation has 12 Indian Health Service facilities with a total of 170 hospital beds, 13 ICU beds, 52 isolation rooms, and 28 ventilators. Given the circumstances, the few medical facilities and resources on the Nation are likely to be severely overwhelmed in a short amount of time. As such, it is essential for the on-reservation community to stay at home to slow the spread of the virus.

Orders to “shelter in place” and remain at home, however, are exacerbating systematic social issues and placing additional strain on already under-resourced communities. The Navajo Nation and Hopi Reservation are extreme food deserts with only 16 grocery stores and small food markets that serve nearly 200,000 people.

A third of the people living on the Navajo Nation do not have electricity in their homes. Another third of the Nation’s residents do not have running water in their homes. Three of the twelve Hopi Villages largely do not have running water or electricity. Economic opportunities on these reservations are scarce. Thirty-eight percent of Navajo community members live in poverty and the Navajo Nation has approximately 50 percent unemployment. Hopi has about 60 percent unemployment.


"I know these are difficult times. But let's remember we are never alone,” said Cassandra Begay, Communications Lead with the Navajo and Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund, “Let's remember the important relationships we have that are always with us: the relationship below our feet. The relationship with our heart. The relationship between our breath and our Mother Earth's breath. And finally remember, this is an opportunity to be grateful for many things."

Vanessa Tulley, the team’s Buyer and Volunteer Coordinator, noted that “As this virus continues to spread across our Navajo and Hopi communities, compassion and care from volunteers will help relieve some of the disparities we are facing. We are strong, resilient, and powerful and so long as we work together and stay safe, we will make it through this pandemic.”

Please visit our website to donate and for additional resources including volunteer and support request forms:
Diné and Hopi residents can also call toll-free to request support: 1-833-956-1554

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