Tag: the doctrine of discovery unmasking the domination code
Native Peoples are called wild savages because they are still running around free of the yoke, the bell, and the Dome of Domination.
Most Native leaders and federal Indian law attorneys consider the word “domination” too shrill, yet the word “conquest” is treated as fairly typical & ordinary
This month, July 2017, the replicas of two of the ships sailed by Cristobal Colón (Christopher Columbus) are sailing up the Hudson River and when they dock they will be open for public tours. Built as a floating museum by the Columbus Foundation in the British Virgin Islands, tours...
There is a false assumption today that Native people have inherited from our ancestors an obligation to meekly accept the colonizers dominating ideas.
A new bill introduced in California for Native American studies should look closer at the Christian religious basis of the phrase, ‘Native American ethnicity.’
Our original nations and peoples did not mentally and linguistically develop the words that are now being used to oppress our lives and our territories.
Most Native people still do not realize that a mentally created “reality” of Christian domination is embedded in the Johnson v. M’Intosh ruling.
The purposeful domination of Indians by the United States is readily apparent in the government’s careful choice of words.
U.S. federal Indian law originated in the mind of the white man and has been used to oppress Native nations throughout history.
Donald Trump and his not so new dysfunctional American Empire could lead us to the recognition of traditional teachings before its over.
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