BIA Head Admits to American Indian Genocide

January 31, 2009 by Russell Means Freedom  
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“…the BIA set out to destroy all things Indian by forbidding the speaking of Indian languages, prohibiting traditional religious activities, outlawing traditional government, and making Indians ashamed of who they were. Worst of all, the BIA committed these acts against the children entrusted to its boarding schools.”

Russell Means TV Interview on RoL

January 29, 2009 by Russell Means Freedom  
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Russell Means is interviewed about the unilateral withdrawal from the Treaties with the U.S.

Followup on Obama’s “Final Solution”

January 25, 2009 by Russell Means Freedom  
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Now, it’s not just the American Indian I am concerned about, it is ALL Americans. You should be alarmed with Obama’s economic and financial planning which will guarantee that you and yours will soon be reduced to the same abject poverty we have been enduring for more than a century. Welcome to the US Reservation!

American Indian Genocide

January 25, 2009 by Russell Means Freedom  
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It would appear to me that most Americans know more about the “Stolen Generation” of Aboriginal children in Australia than they do about the “Stolen Generations” of Indian children in their own country. Why is that? Well, movies such as “Rabbit-proof Fence” and the newly released film “Australia” probably have something to do with it. [...]

A CYCLE OF INEVITABILITY

January 25, 2009 by Russell Means Freedom  
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1. From bondage to spiritual faith
2. From spiritual faith to great courage
3. From courage to liberty
4. From liberty to abundance
5. From abundance to selfishness
6. From selfishness to complacency
7. From complacency to apathy
8. From apathy to dependency
9. From dependency back to bondage

Genocide of Indian Children

January 24, 2009 by Russell Means Freedom  
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Playground bones force Canada to face genocide of Indian children. IN OVERGROWN deserted school playgrounds across Canada lie the bones of thousands of native Indian children who were stolen from their families. Historian John Milloy is helping to uncover their stories in official research on burial sites. “We know that children were buried in unmarked [...]

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