Michael Tellinger and Hope Girl ~ UBUNTU Contributionism and Free Energy


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UBUNTU is working! This is what ten years of philosophy and six months of physical labor look like when a real solution births its way into our physical world!

UBUNTU Contributionism is a model for a new social structure and global movement founded by scientist, explorer, and internationally acclaimed author Michael Tellinger.  Earlier this year, after six months of back breaking work, the first UBUNTU model community became  a reality in Michael’s small home town of Waterval Boven South Africa.  A vandalized building abandoned by the government has been reclaimed and renovated by the people of the town to become the Community Town Hall.  The new space will be utilized for a wide array of needed purposes including a movie theatre, school, community gym, and meal hall. The accomplishment of this feat acts as a real kick off to the many projects that will continuously develop as a living breathing model for the first operating UBUNTU community.

This interview is very near and dear to my heart. I learned about Michael and his amazing work a few years ago, and his research played a huge role both in my awakening process out of corporate America, and in the formation of the Fix the World Organization.  Fix the World and UBUNTU Contributionism share a lot of parallels in our foundational philosophy. Michael’s work has always been a huge inspiration to me personally, and in many ways has set a real example for all of us.

In this interview, I have a chance to speak with Michael about two topics that I am very passionate about; community and free energy.  Michael has completed the first portion of hard work in getting their community hall up and operating.  We compare notes on both of our experiences and reveal what it’s really like to run projects like this. We also touch on the world of alternative/free energy, and Michael presents an incredible solution that shows how free energy can unite a community instead of divide a community.

WATCH THE INTERVIEW HERE ON FIX THE WORLD TV:

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Highlights from the Interview:

Working with Volunteers
While there were some amazing volunteers that came from all over the world and helped in a big way, there were also a lot of volunteers that came and caused a lot of damage.  Managing volunteers is a full time job and many lessons were learned on how to improve the experience in the future. This involves doing a lot of foundational work to get the projects started, and then having an organized set of specific tasks for volunteers to do with a designated volunteer coordinator to help manage the people.

Michael speaks about how opening up your project  to volunteers also opens you, your home and your life to infiltrators that come in under the guise of “volunteers” and who are there solely to undermine your project.  This is a common problem in this type of work, and we at FTW have had the same types of experiences.  Valuable lessons about this topic are shared in this interview for the many groups that are undertaking similar projects.

Alternative Energy
Michael like many others has been following the QEG project and we were able to give him a private demonstration of our QEG over skype.  This sparked a conversation about the experiences that Michael has had in the “free energy world” working with many inventors and taking part in various conferences around the globe.   In this interview, I asked how UBUNTU Contributionism would apply to building a free or alternative energy device.  Michael then laid out an amazing philosophy:

“This is where my philosophy and the current UBUNTU Contributionism philosophy on alternative energy devices is very different from most other people.

I oppose the creation of a small energy device that can be used by people in their individual homes. That is not my intention. I have come to the conclusion that the global collective consciousness is not ready to embrace that. It might sound really arrogant to people, but let me explain why I say that.

If tomorrow, some factory started manufacturing a 20 KW machine that anyone could buy off the shelf, you’ve got a serious problem. Because you clearly aren’t going to sell it cheap, so those that can afford it will buy it, and they’ll be ok in their own home. While the people that can’t afford it will be even poorer and there will be a bigger gap between the “haves” and the “have-nots”.  This is not a solution.

I am a strong proponent of a different approach. I believe that we need to create an energy device that is owned by the community. Whether it’s a bunch of smaller devices strung together, or one big device that runs a megawatt or more. This device should belong to the community so that everyone can get free electricity.

The community works together to collectively put the funds together to install that technology. Whether it’s something put into the river, or new exotic technology, or the QEG… whatever it is that the people can get their free electricity from.

This is what we are now promoting through our election campaigns for next years’ local municipal elections. We are promoting the fact that we are going to give our four towns free electricity, not by weird fancy technology, but by simply putting hydro turbines into the rivers in each and every town. And then we the people pay to install it, we run it and manage it, and it’s our electricity. Everybody gets free electricity, everybody benefits equally. In return for that free electricity, everybody has to contribute their three hours a week towards one of the community projects.

So you use the electricity to unite the people and not to divide the people. Now you are creating a community of abundance beyond your wildest imagination.   Everyone is happy, they have free electricity, and they can do things they couldn’t do before. They don’t have to be cold in winter and hot in summer. They can cook, they can read and study at night, they can do what they want and they love you for this.  They feel like they are part of the community because they are no longer marginalized and everyone is equal on that front.

And now you also have a labor force from the people that benefit from that electricity. In our town that would be about 3,000 people. So suddenly you’ve got 9,000 hours of labor a week. Just do the math. The amount of stuff you will create for your community is unimaginable! More food than we can eat, more clean water, more clothing, more wooden products, more metal things that we need. The roads will be clean, the parks will be spectacular. Not only that, then the money that comes in from the community projects belongs to the community. And everything that you create in those community projects, the food the bread etc., is free to everyone that participates.

So what this electricity device does, it really becomes the foundation in a society of people that can live virtually for free.”

(For those following the QEG project, FTW has been working towards implementing a similar philosophy through our Cottage Industry Community Units model, working with the local people in our community, and supporting communities that are crowdfunding to build a community QEG.)

UBUNTU For Local Elections:

UBUNTU  contested in the national elections in South Africa in 2014, in the UK elections in May of 2015 and is planting the seeds to contest in the local elections  in South Africa and also in Canada in 2016.

UBUNTU has a very good chance of winning the local elections in their municipality. This is a critical milestone that once reached can become a domino effect to influence other communities to apply UBUNTU principles and change our world for the better.   You can support the movement by visiting their site and subscribing with a monthly donation amount to help fund their efforts.  http://www.UBUNTUparty.org.za/

 

About UBUNTU:

The principles of UBUNTU Contributionism are outlined by its founder, Michael Tellinger, in dozens of documents, video and audio recordings and the book entitled UBUNTU Contributionism – A Blueprint For Human Prosperity, which has now become the founding document for the UBUNTU Movement globally. Anyone that has not read the book cannot claim to represent, or speak on behalf of, or claim to know the principles of Contributionism. While the circumstances of every community are unique, the foundation of Contributionism remains the same. We are moving to a world without money, barter or trade of any kind – where everyone’s contributions are respected equally and where everyone is given the freedom to contribute their natural talents or acquired skills for the greatest benefit of all in their community. We are developing a society where people work together in cooperation, rather than in competition against each other.

We are not creating self-sustained communities – we are creating much more – we are creating communities of abundance – where everyone has everything they need beyond our wildest imagination.

Visit The UBUNTU Websites:

http://www.UBUNTUparty.org.za/
http://www.UBUNTUplanet.org/


Purchase Michael’s Books on Amazon:

Temples of the African Gods
Slave Species of the Gods
Adams Calendar
UBUNTU Contributionism


REGISTER FOR MICHAEL’S WORKSHOP ON MAY 16TH!

Join Michael Tellinger for an intensive interactive on-line workshop and Q&A on May 16th Michael will be sharing crucial information about UBUNTU and Contributionism philosophy; experiences from the first year of launching the community projects; alternative energy; UBUNTU UK & UK Elections; what we have learnt in the past year – other topics and questions from the participants.

Join us for this historic event to lay the seeds of consciousness across the planet. Tickets are $12 and you can register here: www.PortalTOAscension.org

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If A Song Could Heal The Soul – Nahko Bear (Medicine For The People) “Aloha Ke Akua”


 

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If there was ever an artist that has been overlooked and undiscovered then this is him … his music is like medicine for the soul.

The video has breathtaking visuals to go with the beautiful music and healing words of Nahko Bear.

Listen and Enjoy

The words, “Aloha ke akua” mean the breath of life and the love of God – that’s a loose translation. I believe (and so do Hawaiians), that when you speak this language with intention it has mana or BIG power to it.

If you wish to find out more about Nahko Bear you can read an interview he had with Malcolm Harris of Huffington Post here.

Source: http://educateinspirechange.org

http://www.thelifeisamazing.com/nahko-bear-medicine-for-the-people-if-a-song-could-heal-the-soul/

VIDEO: Ku’e Petition Comes To Mauna Kea


To learn more on Hawaii’s hidden history and Kanaka Maoli’s fight to restore the Hawaiian Kingdom see: www.Manaoha.org

MAY 3, 2015: Ku’e Petition comes to Mauna Kea. Video by David Corrigan, voice of Sherry Bracken

MAUNA KEA – On Sunday, supporters of the Mauna Kea Hui and the Ku Kia’i Mauna movement drew a visual connection between the current fight against the Thirty Meter Telescope and their long sovereignty struggle.

At Pu’u Huluhulu – at the base of the Mauna Kea Access Road – many gathered to pay homage to the kupuna who first took a stand as far back as 1897. Hundreds of names written on small signs were dispersed around the grounds. The names are the ancestors who first stood against annexation by signing the Ku’e Petitions. Over 21,000 adult native Hawaiians joined the effort. Their names were gathered from across Hawaii, by foot, boat, and by horseback. The petitions were hand-carried to Washington and delivered to the United States Senate. The petition convinced congress not to sign a treaty of annexation between the U.S. and the Republic of Hawaii, which took over after the overthrow of Queen Liliuokalani on January 17, 1893.

In July 1898 – during the Spanish-American War – The Republic of Hawaii was annexed under the Newlands Resolution, a joint resolution of congress. To this day, many Hawaiians insist that the Newlands Resolution is no substitute for a legal treaty of annexation, and therefor Hawaii is under a prolonged occupation by the United States. The question over who has the legal right to lease lands – especially the crown lands of Mauna Kea – is one of the driving factors in today’s opposition to the TMT project.

We interviewed political scientists Dr. Keanu Sai a few weeks ago on the subject.

The Ku’e Petition was nearly lost to history; the population has only recently become educated about this chapter in Hawaii’s history.

On Sunday, gathering in tents by the ahu along Saddle Road, families of the Ku’e petitioners consulted with the records and looked for the names of their kupuna within documents. Later, in the cold mist and rain, the hundreds of names were placed in the lava field. Some – by coincidence – stumbled upon the names of their ancestors as they worked… an emotional moment for many, young and old.

The names of the Ku'e Petitioners on display at Pu'u Huluhulu.

http://www.bigislandvideonews.com/2015/05/04/video-kue-petition-comes-to-mauna-kea/#sthash.BuuurnuQ.dpuf

Testimony on Mauna Kea UH Board of Regents, Part 2


April 26, 2015 testimony to the University of Hawaii Board of Regents part 2

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San Diego Free Press: Protecting Mauna Kea – History for Haoles by Hawaiian Kingdom


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Will Faulk, a journalist for the San Diego Free Press, has consented to the reprint of his article that was published online today April 29, 2015.
In the first essay of my Protecting Mauna Kea series, I made a mistake. I wrongfully described the ongoing, illegal American occupation of Hawai’i as an “annexation.”
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Hawaiian friends of mine pointed this out to me and gave me a thorough history lesson. I was referred to documents, books, and websites that tell the truth. For the last several days, I’ve been reading everything I can on the subject.
The more I read, the more convinced I become not only that the Thirty Meter Telescope project lacks any legal right to build on Mauna Kea, but that international law, indeed American law itself, demands that the United States end it’s occupation of Hawai’i.
I have two hopes for this piece. First, I want to give a history lesson for haoles. “Haole” is the Hawaiian word for white person. I am specifically directing this lesson at white settlers – at haoles – because the first thing haoles can do is understand the history of violence we benefit from.
This history lesson will demonstrate that the current regime controlling Hawai’i is illegitimate and as such has no authority to enforce the construction of the TMT on Mauna Kea.
Second, I want to relieve Hawaiians from the responsibility of educating haoles. Hawaiians have no responsibility to educate us. As a white settler hoping to stand in true solidarity with Hawaiians, I am upset with myself for the mistake. I have seen how frustrating it can be for a movement when valuable time must be spent coaching well-meaning settlers along.
I want to be clear: I am not advocating for a “call-out” culture on the front lines of resistance where resisters perpetually attack each other for their choice of words. Many of us must go through our personal experiences unlearning the lies we are taught and this takes time. The dominant culture, of course, does an excellent job lying. That’s why it’s the dominant culture.
But, I am saying that settlers need to take responsibility for educating other settlers. Leaving education to oppressed classes, forcing them to do the work of spreading consciousness, is a form of oppression in itself.
Before I begin, it is necessary to explain that this essay represents my opinions and my personal perspective of Hawaiian history stemming from the research I’ve done and been directed to. I am not a spokesperson for the Hawaiian people, neither am I spokesperson for the Mauna Kea protectors. I understand that there is no One True History, but I refuse to abide by the relativism I see perpetuating around me.
The complexity of a situation does not signify a lack of meaning. Rather, the complexity of a situation – especially ones with real, physical consequences – demands that we grapple with information to take a stand. As the world disintegrates before our eyes, I see too many people mired in the neutrality their belief in the relative nature of reality produces.
Make no mistake, if the construction of the TMT project results in the spill of hazardous chemicals in the largest freshwater aquifer on the Island of Hawai’i – a very real possibility – there will be very real consequences for life on the Island.
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Milan Kundera famously stated the “struggle against oppression is the struggle of memory against forgetting.” I have found this to be shockingly true learning the history of Hawai’i. It is my belief that haoles have forgotten – or never knew – the history of Hawai’i. If we did not forget, there would be more of us supporting the Mauna Kea protectors and supporting true Hawaiian sovereignty.
What have we forgotten?
It starts centuries ago when Hawaiians first arrived in Hawai’i. Over the centuries, Hawaiians developed a culture based on ecological balance that included communal land tenure. I am very self-conscious that my attempts to explain a complex culture that existed for centuries before the arrival of Europeans would amount to so much generalization. I cannot possibly do the Hawaiian culture justice in a short essay, but so many discussions of Hawaiian history begin with the arrival of Captain Cook in 1778 erasing Hawaiian history pre-European contact.
There are always those that will accuse me of romanticizing Hawaiian culture, who will say “all human cultures are inherently destructive.” I do not mean to romanticize Hawaiian culture and it simply is not true that all human cultures are inherently destructive. We know the Hawaiian culture before 1778 had it’s own problems, but wide-scale ecological collapse was not one of them. In this era of total environmental destruction, we would do well to empower cultures who lived in balance with their land base.
From 1826 until 1893, the United States government recognized the independent Kingdom of Hawai’i including full, complete diplomatic relations with the Hawaiian government. For all intents and purposes, the United States viewed Hawai’i as a nation just like Mexico, Canada, or Great Britain. In fact, the United States entered into treaties involving navigation and commerce with Hawai’i in 1826, 1842, 1849, 1875, and 1887.
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Then, in January, 1893, John L. Stevens, an American agent in Hawaii (his official title was United States Minister), conspired with non-Hawaiians and members of the U.S. Navy to overthrow the Hawaiian government. On January 16, 1893, Stevens and armed US naval personnel invaded Hawai’i and positioned themselves next to Hawaiian governmental buildings including Iolani Palace to intimidate Queen Liliuokalani. Queen Liliuokalani, under threats of bloodshed, yielded her authority to the government of the United States – NOT Stevens’ provisional government – until the time the United States would undo the actions of its representatives in Hawai’i.
Grover Cleveland was the president in 1893 and he initiated an investigation into the actions of Stevens and his cronies while calling for the restoration of the Hawaiian monarchy. The investigation concluded that Stevens and other US officials in Hawaii had abused their authority and had engaged in “an act of war.”
Still, the provisional government sought annexation in Congress, but was unable to rally the support of 2/3 of the Senate needed for annexation. So, on July 4, 1894, the provisional government that had forcibly invaded and overthrown the Kingdom of Hawai’i, declared itself the Republic of Hawai’i.
In 1896, William McKinley replaced Grover Cleveland as president. Using the excuse of the Spanish-American war and the need for a naval base in the Pacific, McKinley and the Senate began to entertain the notion of annexing Hawai’i, again.
In 1897, the Hawaiian people delivered a massive petition where nearly 90% of Hawaiians alive at the time declared their desire not to become part of the United States of America. Unable to secure a treaty of annexation, Congress passed a joint resolution titled “the Newlands Resolution” on July 7, 1898.
The illegality of this joint resolution is one of the most important things to understand about Hawaiian history. This resolution had no legal basis, had no validity, and was possible simply because of the armed might of the United States.
The resolution has no legitimate basis because laws passed by Congress have no authority internationally. Congress can only pass laws that apply within the United States.
Hawaiian legal scholar Dr. Keanu Sai explains it better than I can in his blog-article “International Law Prevents Construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope” when he writes, “The underlying problem that Congressmen at the time knew was that no law of Congress can have any force and effect beyond the borders of the United States. In other words, the United States could no more annex the Hawaiian Islands by passing a domestic law, than it could annex Canada today by passing a law.”
As part of the Newlands Resolution, the Republic of Hawai’i passed 1,800,000 acres of what had been crown, government, and public lands of the Kingdom of Hawai’i to the control of the United States. Included in this land is Mauna Kea. Through the acquisition of Mauna Kea in this way, the State of Hawai’i has leased land on Mauna Kea for the TMT’s construction. But, an illegal state giving land acquired illegally can only give – you guessed it – an illegal lease.
Of course, you don’t have to take my word for this history, because all of these facts were already admitted and apologized for by Congress on November 23, 1993. You can read their apology here.
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So, can you see why we cannot call the occupation of Hawai’i an annexation? No treaty of annexation was ever signed. “Annexation” implies consent on the part of those annexed and clearly the Hawaiian people never consented.
To take this even deeper, the term “annexation” hides the truth, softens the reality that Hawai’i was invaded while the invaders still seek to assert dominance over Hawai’i. To use the term “annexation” is to forget and forgetting clears the wayfor oppression.
There’s something, though, that bothers me about all this. How can the American government and the American people after learning this history, after admitting the wrongs done to Hawai’i still allow something like the TMT project to happen? I think the answer is that learning the history is only the first small step. Knowing the history, we must act.
One of the intentions behind my writing is to try to understand how so many people can recognize problems in the world and then fail to act to solve those problems. I am a haole, so I can only speak as a haole, and I believe too many haoles settle for pointing out their privilege while the more important work involves undermining the forces that grants them that privilege over others in the first place. The history is clear. Hawaiians are being wronged. Now, we need to act.

“BEST EVER” Little Grandmother Keisha Crowther performance, with important Message from the Tribal Elders “Earth and Beyond 2014″


Note: I’ve been watching Keisha’s message evolve over the last 4yrs., from my perspective this is by far her most powerful presentation to date….enjoy! Blessings, {~A~}

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Little Grandmother Keisha Crowther performance Earth and Beyond conference, 21th of June, 2014, Jaarbeurs Utrecht, Netherlands. More information about Little Grandmother Keisha Crowther, go to: http://www.littlegrandmother.net. More info about Earth and Beyond, go to: http://www.earthandbeyond.nl. For our HealingSoundMovement (music/events/Radio/Tv), go to: http://www.healingsoundmovement.com and http://tv.healingsoundmovement.com/ And for our Centrum Zonnewijzer (international events and more), go to: http://www.centrumzonnewijzer.nl.

Kanaka Express: Interview with Dr. Keanu Sai on Washington Times’ Story on China and the Hawaiian Kingdom


In this interview with host Kale Gumapac, Dr. Keanu Sai provides comment on his recent trip to Switzerland regarding war crimes and the recent newspaper story published in the Washington Free Beacon and the Washington Times titled “Hawaiian Independence Movement Attracts Chinese Interest: Restoration of kingdom could end U.S. military presence” on February 10, 2015.

Graham Hancock Editorial: A Small Religious Sect Is Being Butchered In Iraq And Now Faces Total Disaster


Note: This newsworthy story was found on Graham Hancocks FB page, the following is his editorial on this tragic situation unfolding in northern Iraq. The Yazidi’s of Northern Iraq are facing a barbaric genocide in the war torn region. Quoting from the story below:

“In an impassioned speech Tuesday, Vian Dakheel, a Yazidi member of the Iraqi parliament, took things a step further. Collapsing in tears, she directly said her people were facing “genocide” and would be “butchered” unless ISIS were stopped.”

Here’s the link to the heartbreaking video of Vian’s pleas to Parliament, to add insult to injury watch “male” Parliament members stand by “stone faced” as she cries for help. Hardly one member gave her the dignity of eye contact, the only support came from her own people.

As we seek a unified world, people appear in many parts of the world seem to  be moving further and further apart, each remaining within their own factions and closed off, offering little room for compromise between opposing party’s.

Wishing I had better solutions to offer aside from “please share freely”, but all we can do is spread information like this far and wide in an attempt to reach the sleeping masses for their wake-up call.

Much love and aloha,  Annette

From Graham Hancock:

What the militant Islamic death cult that calls itself “ISIS” is threatening the minority Yazidis of Iraq with is a moral outrage — horrible, disgusting and utterly wrong: http://read.bi/1kLpgrv. See also here: http://bit.ly/1qYFYpZ . The Yazidis practise an ancient dualistic form of spirituality with links to Zoroastrianism and Gnosticism. Though they are by no means perfect — who is? — they are believers in reincarnation (which they describe as the soul “changing its clothes”) and keep alive in the modern world the flame of an ancient mystery. It is utterly appalling and tragic that they should be left without protection in Iraq. Just as many in the West have spoken out in support of the Palestinians of Gaza and protested the persecution that has been inflicted upon them by the State of Israel, so too we cannot simply stand by silent while the Yazidi minority faces genocide at the hands of fanatical Islamists.

Let me, while saying this, make my position clear regarding that monstrous entity that Christians, Muslims and Jews all call “God” — the entity variously known as Yahweh, Jehovah, Allah and other names, who was the god of Abraham and whose worship has filtered down to give shape to the three powerful and closely related monotheistic faiths that we call Christianity, Judaism and Islam today. This entity, whether he is in some sense real or whether he is merely a projection of the imaginations of those who worship “Him” has been responsible down the ages for unbelievable amounts of horror and bloodshed —

e.g. the Jewish conquest of “the Promised Land” (which still continues today in the form of illegal Israeli settlements that are justified in the minds of many by the notion that “God” “gave” all of this land to the Jews, regardless of who has actually been living on it for the past two thousand years);

e.g. Christian persecution and Holy Wars (such as the Crusades) against other forms of spirituality, not to speak of the horrific practice of burning heretics and witches at the stake which Christianity was so addicted to until as late as the eighteenth century. It is noteworthy that the chaos in Iraq today stems directly from the destabilisation that followed the 2003 invasion by Western powers. President George W. Bush spoke of this invasion more than once as a “Crusade”, and Britain’s then prime minister Tony Blair also saw the sending of British troops to Iraq as part of a “Christian battle” (http://www.telegraph.co.uk/…/Tony-Blair-believed-God-wanted…).

and e.g. the hideous practice of stoning women to death for adultery, and all the other grotesque abuses of humanity and acts of vile cruelty and intolerance carried out by “ISIS” in the name of Islam (http://america.aljazeera.com/…/18/islamic-state-stoning.html).

The Gnostics, whose spiritual system finds some faint reflections amongst the persecuted Yazidis, saw the god of Abraham, worshiped today by Islamists, Christians and Jews, as the “demiurge” — not a true god at all but a murderous, puffed up, egotistical, jealous, cruel, bullying, arrogant minor supernatural who sought always to crush the divine spark in humanity and prevent us from ever awakening to our true spiritual identity. Evidently the demiurge is still as active as he ever was. It is ironic that fanatical Islamists who bully and murder in his name have adopted the acronym ISIS, which stands for “The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria” (or, variously, the Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham, or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant). The irony in this — and the travesty — arises because the goddess Isis was one of the great aeons of the ancient Egyptian pantheon, the friend of slaves, sinners, artisans and the downtrodden, the ideal mother and wife, and the patroness of children, nature and magic.

If humanity is to progress, if we are to find ourselves again, if we are to remember that we are all sisters and brothers, if we are to recognise the spark of true divinity within ourselves, then now more than ever before it is essential that we get “god” out of the equation and leave far behind us the demiurge and his archons — those evil angels envisaged in the gnostic cosmology as disguising themselves as men and mingling with us, driving us to all manner of crimes hostile to the nature of the soul.

 

A Small Religious Sect Is Being Butchered In Iraq And Now Faces Total Disaster

AP60344188843APThis image was made from video taken on Sunday shows Iraqis from the Yazidi community arriving in Irbil in northern Iraq after Islamic militants attacked the towns of Sinjar and Zunmar.

As the militant group called Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIS) battles Iraqi government and Kurdish forces for supremacy of Iraq, the relatively tiny Yazidi community has been left stranded in a humanitarian crisis amid talk of “genocide” against them.

As many as 40,000 civilians, many of whom are Yazidi, are currently trapped on the barren top of Mount Sinjar, humanitarian agencies told The Washington Post on Tuesday. There, the civilians face a grim choice between engaging the ISIS army and starvation or dehydration if they remain.

“There are children dying on the mountain, on the roads,” Marzio Babille, the Iraq representative for the United Nations Children’s Fund, told The Post. “There is no water, there is no vegetation; they are completely cut off and surrounded by Islamic State. It’s a disaster, a total disaster.”

Prince Tahseen Said, “the world leader of the Yazidis,” and other Yazidi leaders have been left begging for help from world leaders.

“I ask for aid and to lend a hand and help the people of Sinjar areas and its affiliates and villages and complexes which are home to the people of the Yazidi religion. I invite [you] to assume [your] humanitarian and nationalistic responsibilities towards them and help them in their plight and the difficult conditions in which they live today,” Said wrote in an appeal to the region’s leaders, as well as Europe, the U.N., and the U.S., according to The New Yorker.

In an impassioned speech Tuesday, Vian Dakheel, a Yazidi member of the Iraqi parliament, took things a step further. Collapsing in tears, she directly said her people were facing “genocide” and would be “butchered” unless ISIS were stopped.

“As we speak there is genocide taking place against the Yazidis,” Dakheel said, according to Bloomberg News. “My people are being slaughtered!”

“Devil Worshippers” Persecuted for Centuries

sinjai Wikimedia Commons/SkitchThe Sinjar section of the Nineveh Province in northern Iraq.

There are only perhaps 200,000 to 300,000 Yazidis worldwide, according to the Encyclopædia Iranica, a collaborative academic project based at Columbia University, and they are overwhelmingly concentrated in northern Iraq. Less than 5,000 Yazidis are in the U.S., the encyclopedia said.

Because of their unique religious practices, which have led to them being called one of “the region’s most enigmatic religious sects,” they are accused by some Muslims and Christians of being “devil worshippers.” However, Encyclopædia Iranica described that label as “erroneous.”

“In the Yazidi worldview, God created the world, which is now in the care of a Heptad of seven Holy Beings, often known as ‘Angels,'” the project said. “Pre-eminent among these is Ṭāʾus-ē Malak or Malak Ṭāʾus, the Peacock Angel, who is equated with Satan by outsiders. Most Yazidis find this identification highly offensive.”

This misunderstanding is partially due to the “Malak Ṭāʾus” figure’s other name, which is similar to the Koran’s word for “Satan,” according to LookLex, another encyclopedia focused on the Middle East region.

“The reason for the Yazidis’ reputation of being devil worshipers is connected to the other name of Malak Ta’us, Shaytan, the same name as the Koran’s for Satan,” the encyclopedia said.

These accusations of devil worship, combined with the powder keg of religious tension in the region, have left the small community of Yazidis in a vulnerable position. ISIS has a particularly brutal policy toward such religious minorities, Theodore Karasik, director of research at the Institute for Near East and Gulf Military Analysis, told Bloomberg.

“[The militant policy of] either convert or be killed is a very powerful message,” Karasik said. “This group is going to be creating more refugee flows as it moves in different directions within the multi-ethnic structure of Iraq.”

But persecution of the Yazidis goes back centuries. As the Christian Science Monitor noted, the Ottoman Empire is said to have slaughtered hundreds of Yazidis. In the modern era, when the nearby Kurds, Sunnis, and Shiites are engaged in violent conflict after the U.S. largely withdrew its military from Iraq, things have only grown worse for the sect.

“Everyone considers us infidels,” Samir Babasheikh, whose father is the Yazidis’ spiritual leader, told The New York Times. “Sunnis and Shiites are killing each other even though they are both Muslims, so imagine what they will do to us, people from a completely different religion.”

Schooling the World: The White Mans Last Burden


If you wanted to change an ancient culture in a generation, how would you do it?

You would change the way it educates its children.

The U.S. Government knew this in the 19th century when it forced Native American children into government boarding schools. Today, volunteers build schools in traditional societies around the world, convinced that school is the only way to a ‘better’ life for indigenous children.

But is this true? What really happens when we replace a traditional culture’s way of learning and understanding the world with our own? SCHOOLING THE WORLD takes a challenging, sometimes funny, ultimately deeply disturbing look at the effects of modern education on the world’s last sustainable indigenous cultures.

Beautifully shot on location in the Buddhist culture of Ladakh in the northern Indian Himalayas, the film weaves the voices of Ladakhi people through a conversation between four carefully chosen original thinkers; anthropologist and ethnobotanist Wade Davis, a National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence; Helena Norberg-Hodge and Vandana Shiva, both recipients of the Right Livelihood Award for their work with traditional peoples in India; and Manish Jain, a former architect of education programs with UNESCO, USAID, and the World Bank.

The film examines the hidden assumption of cultural superiority behind education aid projects, which overtly aim to help children “escape” to a “better life” — despite mounting evidence of the environmental, social, and mental health costs of our own modern consumer lifestyles, from epidemic rates of childhood depression and substance abuse to pollution and climate change.

It looks at the failure of institutional education to deliver on its promise of a way out of poverty — here in the United States as well as in the so-called “developing” world.

And it questions our very definitions of wealth and poverty — and of knowledge and ignorance — as it uncovers the role of schools in the destruction of traditional sustainable agricultural and ecological knowledge, in the breakup of extended families and communities, and in the devaluation of elders and ancient spiritual traditions.

Finally, SCHOOLING THE WORLD calls for a “deeper dialogue” between cultures, suggesting that we have at least as much to learn as we have to teach, and that these ancient sustainable societies may harbor knowledge which is vital for our own survival in the coming millennia.

LOST PEOPLE FILMS presents SCHOOLING THE WORLD: THE WHITE MAN’S LAST BURDEN / photography JIM HURST and BEN KNIGHT / sound recording JIM HURST /
produced by NEAL MARLENS, JIM HURST, and MARK GROSSAN / directed and edited by CAROL BLACK / featuring WADE DAVIS, HELENA NORBERG-HODGE, VANDANA SHIVA, MANISH JAIN, & DOLMA TSERING / 65 minutes

Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XLSIgZWNR9M&list=PLp6hi_knJakcvtdLvdx3hFxb8sT3hpCkL
copyleft 2010 – lost people films – WWW.SCHOOLINGTHEWORLD.ORG

Global Alliance for the “Rights of Nature and Tribunal” Story


The story of the Global Alliance for the Rights of Nature and the Ethics More at http://therightsofnature.org/ga-ron-v…

Learn about the origins of the Rights of Nature movement as Ecuador becomes the first country to include Rights of Nature in its Constitution and communities across the United States adopt Rights of Nature and assert their community rights. Travel to Cochabamba, Bolivia for the creation and proclamation of the Universal Declaration for the Rights of Mother Earth. Experience the 2014 Global Rights of Nature Summit and the launch of the first Permanent Rights of Nature Ethics Tribunal.

Thank you to Siegmund Thies and Norie Huddle for producing this video in both English and Spanish! Siegmund and Norie have been documenting the history of Rights of Nature in Ecuador and the Peoples Conference on Climate Change and Rights of Mother Earth in Bolivia, April 2010. Norie and her husband Richard brought forth the first Rights of Nature case in Ecuador and won on behalf of the Vilcabamba River.

“Earth Has Shifted” – Inuit Elders Issue Warning To NASA And The World


By Susan Duclos

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The Inuits are indigenus people that inhabit the arctic regions of Canada, the United States and Greenland and throughout history their very lives have been dependent on being able to correctly forecast weather…. and they are warning NASA and the world that global warming isn’t the cause of what we are seeing with extreme weather, earthquakes and other events.

The earth has shifted, tilted or as they put it, “wobbled” to the north and they all agree “Their sky has changed!”

The elders maintain the Sun doesn’t rise were it used too, they have longer day light to hunt and the Sun is higher than it used to be and warms up quicker than before. The elders who were interviewed across the north all said the same thing, their sky has changed.

The stars the Sun and the Moon have all changed affecting the temperature, even affecting the way the wind blows, it is becoming increasingly hard to predict the weather, something that is a must on the Arctic.

The elders all agree, they believe the Earth has shifted, wobbled or tilted to the North.

In the first video below I go over an article over at The Big Wobble Almanac and in the videos following that, we see some of the extreme weather events being attributed to this “wobble.”

In the article it states that NASA scientists and experts are “worried” by the information the Inuit Elders are providing for them.

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http://www.allnewspipeline.com/Inuits_Issue_Warning_Earth_Has_Shifted.php

The Truth About Thanksgiving: Brainwashing of the American History Textbook


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Those who are indigenous to this land we call “The United States of America” have been long misrepresented and pushed out of American history textbooks in favor of glorifying those who now rule this nation and represent the dominant culture. What kind of democracy are we when education institutions and teachers refuse to mention the fact that 10 to 30 million Natives were killed at the hands of European invasion and colonialism? What is the point of having a “free market of ideas” when selective and biased history is being taught to our children?

There is no other way to put it, but erasing the memory of an entire race of people through distorted history is a systematic way of deceiving and lying to our children. Not only are we presented with biased history, but we are also subjected to an ever-growing culture of capitalism, in which commercialization of an ambiguous holiday merely pulls us away from facts and meaning. Turkeys are associated with “Thanksgiving” in the same way Santa Clause and the Easter bunny have become synonymous with Christmas and Easter, respectively. Through the guise of innocence, capitalism is constantly telling us to consume because consumption equals “happiness.” Tomorrow is not “Black Friday” for nothing.

And as children dress up as Pilgrims and Natives to reenact the romanticized version of history, they are not only perpetuating stereotypes, but more importantly, they’re being embedded with lies. What do they really know about the Pilgrims and the Natives? Consider a high school history textbook called “The American Tradition” which describes the scene quite succinctly:

After some exploring, the Pilgrims chose the land around Plymouth Harbor for their settlement. Unfortunately, they had arrived in December and were not prepared for the New England winter. However, they were aided by friendly Indians, who gave them food and showed them how to grow corn. When warm weather came, the colonists planted, fished, hunted, and prepared themselves for the next winter. After harvesting their first crop, they and their Indian friends celebrated the first Thanksgiving.

This patronizing version of history excludes many embarrassing facts of European history. As stated by James W. Loewen, author of “Lies My Teacher Told Me,” many college students are unaware of the horrific plague that devastated and significantly reduced the population of Natives after Columbus’ arrival in the “new world.” Most diseases came from animals that were domesticated by Europeans. Cowpox from cows led to smallpox, which was later “spread through gifts of blankets by infected Europeans.” Of the twelve high school textbooks Professor Loewen studied and analyzed, only three offer some explanation that the plague was a factor of European colonization. The nine remaining textbooks mention almost nothing, and two of them omit the subject altogether. He writes: “Each of the other seven furnishes only a fragment of a paragraph that does not even make it into the index, let alone into students’ minds.”

Why is it important to mention the plague? It reinforced European ethnocentricism which hardly produced a “friendly” relationship between the Natives and Europeans. To most of the Pilgrims and Europeans, the Natives were heathens, savages, treacherous, and Satanic. Upon seeing thousands of dead Natives, the Governor of Massachusetts Bay Colony, John Winthrop, called the plague “miraculous.” In 1634, he wrote to a friend in England:

But for the natives in these parts, God hath so pursued them, as for 300 miles space the greatest part of them are swept away by the small pox which still continues among them. So as God hath thereby cleared our title to this place, those who remain in these parts, being in all not fifty, have put themselves under our protect…

The ugly truth is that many Pilgrims were thankful and grateful that the Native population was decreasing. Even worse, there was the Pequot Massacre in 1637, which started after the colonists found a murdered white man in his boat. Ninety armed settlers burned a Native village, along with their crops, and then demanded the Natives to turn in the murderers. When the Natives refused, a massacre followed.

Captain John Mason and his colonist army surrounded a fortified Pequot village and reportedly shouted: “We must burn them! Such a dreadful terror let the Almighty fall upon their spirits that they would flee from us and run into the very flames. Thus did the Lord Judge the heathen, filling the place with dead bodies.” The surviving Pequot were hunted and slain.

The Governor of Plymouth, William Bradford, further elaborates:

Those that escaped the fire were slain with the sword; some hewed to pieces, others run through with their rapiers, so that they were quickly dispatched and very few escaped. It was conceived they thus destroyed about 400 at this time. It was a fearful sight to see them thus frying in the fire…horrible was the stink and scent thereof, but the victory seemed a sweet sacrifice, and they gave the prayers thereof to God, who had wrought so wonderfully for them.

Perhaps most disturbingly, it is strongly argued by many historians that the Pequot Massacre led to the “Thanksgiving” festivities. The day after the massacre, the aforementioned Governor Massachusetts Bay Colony declared: “A day of Thanksgiving, thanking God that they had eliminated over 700 men, women and children.” It was signed into law that, “This day forth shall be a day of celebration and thanksgiving for subduing the Pequots.”

Now, one may ask: What about Squanto, the Wampanoag man who learned to speak English and helped the hungry, ill, and poor Pilgrims? As cited by Professor Loewen, an American high school textbook called “Land of Promise” reads:

Squanto had learned their language, the author explained, from English fishermen who ventured into the New England waters each summer. Squanto taught the Pilgrims how to plant corn, squash, and pumpkins. Would the small band of settlers have survived without Squanto’s help? We cannot say. But by the fall of 1621, colonists and Indians could sit down to several days of feast and thanksgiving to God (later celebrated as the first Thanksgiving).

Note that this text states the first Thanksgiving was on 1621. Indeed, there was a feast on that year, but it was not called a “Thanksgiving feast” nor was it repeated until years later after the Pequot Massacre in 1637. In regards to Squanto, the correct question to ask is: How did Squanto learn English? History textbooks neglect to mention that the Europeans did not perceive Squanto as an equal, but rather as “an instrument of their God” to help the “chosen people.” It is also omitted that, as a boy, Squanto was stolen by a British captain in 1605 and taken to England. He worked for a Plymouth Merchant who eventually helped him arrange passage back to Massachusetts, but less than a year later, he was seized by a British slave raider. Along with two dozen fellow Natives, Squanto was sold into slavery in Spain. He would manage to escape slavery, journey back to England, and then talk a ship captain into taking him along on his next trip to Cape Cod in 1619.

As Squanto walked back into his home village, he was horrified to find that he was the only surviving member of his village. The rest were either killed in battle or died of illness and disease. Excluding Squanto’s enslavement is to paint an incredibly distorted version of history that suggests Natives like Squanto learned English for no other reason but to help the colonists. It is to glorify the Europeans and erase the struggles and experiences of the Native people.

When history is transformed into myths, tales, and bedtime stories, we ignore historical research that enables us to learn valuable and meaningful lessons about our present, as well as about our future. History is meant to be an accurate and honest account of civilizations, cultures, and events; not a body of ethnocentric and selective alterations.

As Professor Loewen states:

Thanksgiving is full of embarrassing facts. The Pilgrims did not introduce the Native Americans to the tradition; Eastern Indians had observed autumnal harvest celebrations for centuries. Our modern celebrations date back only to 1863; not until the 1890s did the Pilgrims get included in the tradition; no one even called them ‘Pilgrims’ until the 1870s.

I did not write this article with intentions to offend or say we shouldn’t celebrate “Thanksgiving.” None of us are responsible for the atrocious deaths of Natives and Europeans. None of us caused the plague or the massacres. But as human beings, I do feel that it’s important for us to approach history with honesty and sensitivity. Perhaps some of you don’t believe this history is relevant to you, but I would strongly argue that a history that is not inclusive is a dangerously racist and prejudice one. Yes, we should spend time with our families and Loved ones, and yes, we should be grateful and thankful for all that we have, but not at the expense of ignoring an entire race of people, their culture, and their history. The fact that history textbooks and schools try to glorify the Pilgrims while omitting significant facts about the Natives represents that there is a lot to improve in the United States. Let us not become blinded by super-patriotism or blowout sales of “Black Friday.” Let us give some thought to the Native people, learn from their struggles, and embolden ourselves to stand up against racism and genocide in all forms.

They deserve your attention.

~Broken Mystic~

UPDATE: Thank you all for commenting and sharing your thoughts on this post.  Unfortunately, I do NOT write on this blog anymore, but you can still share your comments on an updated and revised piece I wrote on my new blog (see link below).  Also, there are others who have written excellent articles on the truth of “Thanksgiving” and their work certainly deserves more attention than this post.

Please bring your comments to my new blog here (where I also provide links to must-read articles):

http://muslimreverie.wordpress.com/2009/11/26/thanksgiving-and-forgotten-genocide-brainwashing-of-american-textbooks/

KAMAU A EA #5 ~ Symposium on Hawaiian Sovereignty & Self-Determinatiom — 11-1-14


This symposium was msponsored by OHA, The Office of Hawaiian Affairs, an office which most native Hawaiians are at odds with because it’s an agency of the U.S. government being used to pillage trust lands. OHA was allegedly created to look after the best interests of the Kanaka Maoli people and has failed miserably at it’s job.  In May, the CEO of OHA even wrote a letter to Secy of state John Kerry stating he felt his staff may be held liable for war crimes, a letter which has gone unanswered. So this symposium is geared for the benefit of the US government, not necessarily the Kanaka Maoli and is not entirely representative of their needs, issues or concerns.

At 40:00 into the symposium, Dr Francis Boyle speaks about restoring the Hawaiian Kingdom. His views are most aligned with 95% of the locals who are seeking restoration of sovereign nation status, if you want to gain a better understanding of the issues Hawaiian’s face, this symposium is a good place to begin.  Boyle also worked with the Palestinians in the late 1980’s on their fight for statehood, his presentation is worthy of listening to.

DNA Analysis Shows That Native American Genealogy Is One of the Most Unique in the World


The suppression of the Native Americans and the decimation of their culture is a black page in the history of the United States. The discrimination and injustices towards this ancient race, which had lived on the American continent long before the European conquerors came to this land, are still present to this day despite the efforts of different groups and organizations trying to restore the justice.

The destruction of their culture is one of the most shameful aspects of our history, the extent of the damage that was done is still being down-played and denied entry into textbooks and history-lessons to this day.

The origin and history of the Indigenous Peoples of the Americas have been studied for years by researchers from different countries, and a recent DNA study showed that the genealogy of the western aboriginals is one of the most unique in the world.

The question of whether Native Americans derived from a single Asian population or from a number of different populations has been a subject of research for decades. Now, having compared the DNA samples from people of modern Native American and Eurasian groups, an international team of researchers concluded on the validity of the single ancestral population theory.

The study follows up on earlier research that found a unique variant of a genetic marker in the DNAof modern descendants of Native Americans. “While earlier studies have already supported this conclusion, what’s different about our work is that it provides the first solid data that simply cannot be reconciled with multiple ancestral populations,” said Kari Britt Schroeder of the University of California, one of the authors of the study.

As a result of the previous research, the so-called “9-repeat allele” (or variant) was found in all of the 41 Native American and Asian (from the western side of the Bering Strait) populations that were sampled. At the same time, the allele was absent in all 54 of the Eurasian, African and Oceanian groups that were also sampled in the study.

The researchers supposed that the distribution of the allele was due to the fact that all these ethnic groups (modern Native Americans, Greenlanders and western Beringians) derived from a common founder population, which had been isolated from the rest of the Asian continent thousands of years prior to their migration to the Americas.

This explanation was persuasive enough; however, there was no strong evidence to support it. There were two other plausible versions to explain the distribution of the 9-repeat allele among the modern descendants of Native Americans.

If the 9-repeat allele had originated as a multiple mutation, its presence in the Americas would not suggest common ancestry. Thus, if there had been more than one ancestral founder population and the 9-repeat allele had been present only in one of them, it could possibly have passed to the other ethnic groups and spread among them. If there also had been a second, beneficial allele located very close to the 9-repeat allele, it would certainly have been carried into new populations. At the same time, long stretches of DNA surrounding the 9-repeat allele would be carried along with the beneficial allele due to the mechanisms of natural selection.

In order to check the validity of this hypothesis, researchers led by Noah Rosenberg of the University of Michigan analyzed DNA samples from people from Asian, Native American, Greenlandic and two western Beringian populations, and found that all the samples with the 9-repeat allele had a distinct pattern of base pairs in short stretches of DNA.

As Schroeder noted, “If natural selection had promoted the spread of a neighboring advantageous allele, we would expect to see longer stretches of DNA than this with a similarly distinct pattern. And we would also have expected to see the pattern in a high frequency even among people who do not carry the 9-repeat allele. So we can now consider the positive selection possibility unlikely.”

These findings also excluded the multiple mutations theory, because in this case there would have been myriad DNA patterns surrounding the 9-repeat allele.

“Our work provides strong evidence that, in general, Native Americans are more closely related to each other than to any other existing Asian populations, except those that live at the very edge of the Bering Strait,” concluded Schroeder.

The results of the study were published in the journal Molecular Biology and Evolution.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Anna LeMind is the owner and lead editor of the website Learning-mind.com.

Featured image credits: BBCNews

http://beyondblindfold.com/dna-analysis-shows-that-native-american-genealogy-is-one-of-the-most-unique-in-the-world.html#sthash.m0XCVSCd.dpuf

The International Common Law Court: Genocide in Canada, Online Trial (Video)


For nothing is hidden that will not be revealed, nor anything secret that will not be known and come to light.

– Jesus, Luke 8:17

The evidence of the Prosecution presented at the Common Law Court proceedings regarding Genocide in Canada are found at:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UvhfXAd08TE – Common Law Court Proceedings – Genocide in Canada (Part One) – 1 hr. 46 mins.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPKFk_L7y9g – Common Law Court Proceedings – Genocide in Canada (Part Two) – 1 hr. 47 mins.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ormOIlOi4Vc – Final Court Verdict and Sentencing – 8 mins. 30 secs.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IylfBxm3sMg – Authorizations and Endorsements of ITCCS/Kevin Annett by indigenous eyewitnesses – 10 mins.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CReISnQDbBE – Irene Favel, Eyewitness to the incineration of a newborn baby by a priest at Muscowegan Catholic Indian school, Saskatchewan, 1944

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RBUd3UXt6fI – Other key testimonies from our Court case against genocide in Canada

Kevin Annett ~ ITCCS shifting to community-based direct action to secure common law justice and self-government


ITCCS Breaking News Interview: October 27, 2014
Posted on October 27, 2014

 


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzaG3jtBQIY&feature=youtu.beVANCOUVER, BC – In this Exopolitics TV interview with Alfred Lambremont Webre today, Kevin Annett, the North American Field Secretary for the International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS.ORG), provides an overview of ITCCS becoming more community-based and direct action oriented as people’s need for common law justice and self-government increases.

Kevin also discusses the rise of police state laws in Canada and elsewhere, the prosecution of the Catholic-Ndrangheta criminal network, and the Vatican Bank’s funding of the Asian financial oligarchies competing with the World Bank for global hegemony.

Details of the upcoming conventions to establish constitutional Republics in Canada and England are also shared.

References

www.itccs.org

Contact:

ITCCS: itccscentral@gmail.com

Republic of Kanata: republicofkanata@gmail.com

SPECIAL REPORT – “SMOKING GUN EMAIL” Leaked Emails Show Hawaiian Civic Club Leaders Squabble Over OHA Tribe ‘Consortium’


Ed. Note: The Kanaka Moali want absolutely nothing to do with being designated US Hawaiian Indian Tribe like our Native American counterparts, we ALL know how well that’s worked out for the welfare of indigenous peoples from America over the last few century’s. The only acceptable outcome for the Kanaka Maoli peoples is the restoration of Sovereign Nation status and a complete removal of the U.S.A. from Hawaii.  This is just another scheme to take advantage of the local peoples so a handful of people can make millions in profits off from the continuing illegal occupation of the island chain, it’s the same old song and dance since Captain Cook landed on the islands long, long ago carrying greed and a disdain for tribal cultures in his heart. The people operating the USG must really believe the Kanaka Maoli are stupid and can’t think for themselves…When in actuality, they are amongst the most enlightened people on the planet. Mahalo!

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 From FreeHawaii, October 22, 2014

We’ve Reported How The Creation Of A US Hawaiian Indian Tribe Will Bring Plenty Of Power Plays & Corruption.

Free Hawai’i TV Has Been Shown An Email That Now Reveals Just Some Of The “Back Door” Activities Already Occurring.

As Shocking As The Information In This “Smoking Gun” Email Is, It’s Only The Beginning Of What’s Sure To Come.

Watch Our Report & Read This Email For Yourself & See What’s Going On “Behind-The-Scenes.”

HEREʻS THE EMAIL THEY DIDN’T WANT YOU TO SEE

From FreeHawaii, October 23, 2014

We want to share with you an email that gives a rare, “not-for-public-viewing” look into the inner workings of the consortium the Office of Hawaiian Affairs (OHA) has created to administer the Native Hawaiian Roll and create the first ever US Hawaiian Indian tribe.

If you recall, the expected main players in this consortium consist of the Council For Native Hawaiian Advancement (CNHA) the Sovereign Councils Of Hawaiian Homelands Assembly (SCHHA) and the Association of Hawaiian Civic Clubs (AHCC.)

This consortium would receive and manage millions of Hawaiian beneficiary dollars – $1.9 million just for starters – to create and maintain a US Hawaiian Indian tribe.

In light of the vast amounts of money about to be put at consortium members’ disposal, this private email gives insight as to the reasons why many different organizations are stepping over each other in a rush to become part of OHAʻs consortium and may explain as well the actions of certain individuals.

This private email, sent on September 24th between Annelle Amaral, a US federal recognition proponent who is running to become the next AHCC president and current president Soulee Stround is primarily about Souleeʻs attempt to involve the AHCC in OHA’s consortium without prior consultation or consent by the AHCC.

The email can be read in it’s entirety here –  http://TinyURL.com/SmokingGunEmail

In the email Annelle challenges Soulee to be transparent and forthcoming to the AHCC regarding his participation in OHA’s consortium.

She points out that due to his association with both the AHCC and the SCHHA, he could be accused of double standards.

Annelle asks Soulee “How can you serve on both efforts?” “What is your roll with CNHA?” “What is your role with OHA?”

Soulee discloses that his role with OHA “has been to represent the AHCC based on resolutions and actions of the board, i.e.., support of Kanaiolowalu, Federal recognition, Act 195.”

But Annelle further questions Soulee’s intentions to quickly involve the AHCC in the consortium without prior AHCC approval.

Annelle writes “Soulee, when you speak, people assume that you have the prior approval of the Association.”

And she continues “You have an obligation of full disclosure…..to your members…at the very least…if not to the Hawaiian community…..a`ole.”

She also brings up the fact that he had not disclosed to the AHCC executive committee private meetings he held with groups and certain individuals including a state of Hawai’i politician.

Because the email is too long to quote in its entirety here, we urge you to carefully read it for yourself at: http://TinyURL.com/SmokingGunEmail

If you’re an AHCC member, we urge you to demand the AHCC stay out of OHA’s consortium and cease all support for US federal recognition.

This email is just the “tip of the iceberg” as to what’s to come under US federal recognition.

http://www.hawaiifreepress.com/ArticlesMain/tabid/56/ID/13818/Leaked-Emails-Show-Hawaiian-Civic-Club-Leaders-Squabble-Over-OHA-Tribe-Consortium.aspx?utm_source=October+26%2C+2014+News+from+Hawaii+Free+Press+&utm_campaign=October+26%2C+2014+Email&utm_medium=email

 

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