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source: http://www.lemonde.fr/web/article/0,1-0@2-3210,36-991796@51-991803,0.html

english translation:
"Lakota Sioux Indians Declare Sovereign Nation Status

(Independent Media Center) — (…)Lakota Sioux Indian representatives declared sovereign nation status on Wednesday, December 19th in Washington D.C. following Monday’s withdrawal from all previously signed treaties with the United States Government. The withdrawal, hand delivered to Daniel Turner, Deputy Director of Public Liaison at the State Department, immediately and irrevocably ends all agreements between the Lakota Sioux Nation of Indians and the United States Government outlined in the 1851 and 1868 Treaties at Fort Laramie, Wyoming.

“This is an historic day for our Lakota people,” declared Russell Means, Itacan of Lakota. “United States colonial rule is at its end!”
“Today is a historic day and our forefathers speak through us. Our Forefathers made the treaties in good faith with the sacred Canupa and with the knowledge of the Great Spirit,” shared Garry Rowland from Wounded Knee. “They never honored the treaties, that’s the reason we are here today.”

The four member Lakota delegation traveled to Washington D.C. culminating years of internal discussion among treaty representatives of the various Lakota communities. Delegation members included well known activist and actor Russell Means, Women of All Red Nations (WARN) founder Phyllis Young, Oglala Lakota Strong Heart Society leader Duane Martin Sr., and Garry Rowland, Leader Chief Big Foot Riders. Means, Rowland, Martin Sr. were all members of the 1973 Wounded Knee takeover.

Property ownership in the five state area of Lakota now takes center stage. Parts of North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Wyoming and Montana have been illegally homesteaded for years despite knowledge of Lakota as predecessor sovereign [historic owner]. Lakota representatives say if the United States does not enter into immediate diplomatic negotiations, liens will be filed on real estate transactions in the five state region, clouding title over literally thousands of square miles of land and property.

Following Monday’s withdrawal at the State Department, the four Lakota Itacan representatives have been meeting with foreign embassy officials in order to hasten their official return to the Family of Nations.

The Lakota reservations are among the most impoverished areas in North America, a shameful legacy of broken treaties and apartheid policies. Lakota has the highest death rate in the United States and Lakota men have the lowest life expectancy of any nation on earth, excluding AIDS, at approximately 44 years. Lakota infant mortality rate is five times the United States average and teen suicide rates 150% more than national average . 97% of Lakota people live below the poverty line and unemployment hovers near 85%(…)"
source: http://www.inteldaily.com/?c=144&a=4650

Finally! It happens! The Awakening of the first tribes of the Earth! My brother's long march!
Nothing could muzzle the wisdom of Native Americans anymore!
Soon, many will join our cause.
Yet the Lakotas, and then, the World! Together, to victory!
(slam)
…t-too cold… g-get there t-tomorrow…

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5 responses to “youhloulou

  1. Liu

    Ahah, is there french croissants in HK ?? :eyes:Joyeuse Année Pfelelep !

  2. MrPingouin

    T'es rentré au bercail ?

  3. pfelelep

    much colder in France indeed.'gotta get used to it quick 😉

  4. pfelelep

    c'est demain la bonnannée! :pouaip', je viens de rentrer chez mon pôpa, et il fait froid, c'est un plaisir glagla…(vous êtes des rapides, vous) :eyes:

  5. Liu

    Héhé, on est des vrais fans, nous… :hat:

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