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Natural Law, Sovereign Immunity & How Being Taken Care of by Govt. Has Caused the Lakota to Decline

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Got one Ralph

one so far, one of us PMd me and said since he was a child, the land, the forrests and trees spoke to him. He wants that connectedness back.

What do you got and what are we gonna do about them? You are in the lead on this one young bro. And I'm backing you up.

Most of those who think so actually don't and most of those who think sew actually rip.

Hau Smudge. I went to Pine Ridge back in Sept-Oct

I took money up there from donations and helped get people's homes ready for winter. Lots of home repairs, getting stoves and propane paid up. Luckily this year, only one person has died from freezing to death.

It's not much. There is so much to do. That was only physical stuff. That is nothing compared with what needs to be done with the mentality that has taken over up there. Kids who live in two parent homes. You see such a drastic difference in them compared with the kids being raised by only a mom, grandmother or some other relative, much more so than you see in other single parent homes across America.

Some people treated me different because I wasn't raised there or know the language well.

Good things happening in the schools. Language immersion starting with kids in daycare. I think that is going to be a good thing. The young kids are proud Lakota and hopefully the immersion will start more kids being interested in the old ways.

It's harder not being able to do things when I'm living in Texas.


Hau, brother now tell me

I know there is somebody doing a bitcoin type thing for the oyasin. I have some new power in this regard.

Also I have been thinking, maybe it's time these DP people heard pipe song, I sing it rarely but I think it's more your place to sing it here. I got your 6 all the way on that.

Most of those who think so actually don't and most of those who think sew actually rip.

South Dakota kidnapping Native children

Sign the petition: http://www.lakotalaw.org/Action

The was a great and sad video...

The example of the wolves in a cage and the old vs the young people response to natural law hit home...

"First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they attack you, then you win!"

"The belief is worthless if the fear of social and physical punishment overrides the belief."

People say why, they are sovereign

but no. These "nations" are under government administration. The BIA and Department Of Interior have more to say about reservation life than government has to do with yours. Not to mention BLM and a history of the FBI killing young leaders and medicine people. The genocide never stopped.

What you are seeing now is what a vanquished people look like. And you see that once you disconnect an indian from the land, from real ownership and stewardship, it's TOTAL DYSFUNCTION. Nothing works. And you can't relocate a full blood indian, that's just a way of killing 'em slower.

While I agree with Ralph's points I disagree that these are the only things that can help. I've felt for a long time that a great hope for Native America is RIGHT HERE with libertarians and constitutionalists. We (here) are pretty much the only ones capable of understanding sovereignty, the treaty and contract law of interest and the Constitutional context (treaty law is as high as Constitutional law by definition) and what sovereignty actually means for individuals, peoples and nations.

The return on this deal?
Smudge Pot deals partly in spirituality and Smudge Pot knows that "libertarian" isn't a recipe for spiritual connectedness. Lakota people have this way of sharing this, they literally have it down to a science. You want to be connected? You want to be grounded? You want to feel REAL OWNERSHIP IN YOUR HEART and have this land talk to you and own you back?

They do that. They also know how we can heal this division between us and how to put the horrible past behind us. To dig a hole and bury it. This wound can be healed.

This what Brother Ralph does is another invitation and it's extended to you, all of us at the personal level. If the timing is such that many of you respond, in a certain way it's me and Ralph's duty to try and get you hooked up. We were given a place in this circle and many of us are instructed to share with you and basically show you the way, the starting point. If it's a question, the answer is yes. And there's a lot of good news and there's a lot of love and power there. Some people drop into this pool like fish and never come out. But one thing we can't tell you is that it's gonna be easy. It's not. That's not the point. It's a struggle on many levels and you see some of them here.

Thanks Ralph.

Mitakuye Oyasin.

To the 7th Generation and the ones to follow! Oyate yanipictelo!

Most of those who think so actually don't and most of those who think sew actually rip.

Natural law and sovereign immunity is the only thing that will

help the tribe.

Bump for later viewing.

Dependency is what Congress has planned for all of us.

Free includes debt-free!