I can't give a high five for terrorist activity by any side. As "Americans" many of us were against the war and signed petitions demanding Bush not to go to war under the alleged threat of "weapons of mass destruction". This only makes certain people incredibly wealthy selling their weapons of mass destruction for capitalist gain. The military has always used ethnocentric terminology to dehumanize us since the genocidal invasion of our country so it's not incredibly new that a US President would stoop so low by perpetuating the same injustice and discrimination against us. Isn't it standard operational practice to eradicate the Indigenous and colonize the survivors? I am amazed that they were so transparent in making such a high profile blunder exposing their real view that Native Indigenous people are still the enemy. What a blessing in disguise in so many dimensions. Warfare is such a highly sophisticated art when it comes to colonization of the Indigenous populations. I don't know how we are to heal ourselves from the historical trauma, let alone present day warfare continuing the theft of our lands and resources on reservations via congress and the courts. We know how this all translates with the environmental destruction. We can debate the politics but must seek Peace as our goal before our Mother Earth has the final word. Bless us all for world wide peace!
Wednesday, May 4, 2011 - 04:02