Primitive Us

Here We Stand
In the Middle
Of this New World
With our Primitive Brain
Attuned to the Simple Cave Life
With Terrific Forces at our Disposal
Which we are Clever enough to Release
But whose Consequences
We Cannot Comprehend
“Respect Existence or Expect Resistance.”
Remember our earth is our home
Peace Love and Truth linda little bear

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Bill Hicks and George Carlin The Big Electron

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Interactive Time-Lapse Map Shows How the U.S. Took More Than 1.5 Billion Acres From Native Americans

http://invasionofamerica.ehistory.org/

Interactive Time-Lapse Map Shows How the U.S. Took More Than 1.5 Billion Acres From Native Americans

 

While the time-lapse function is the most visually impressive aspect of this interactive, the “source map” option (available on the map’s site) offers a deep level of detail. By selecting a source map, and then zooming in to the state you’ve selected, you can see details of the map used to generate that section of the interactive. A pop-up box tells you which Native nation was resident on the land, and the date of the treaty or executive order that transferred the area to the government, as well as offering external links to descriptions of the treaty and of the tract of land.

In the site’s “About” section (reachable by clicking on the question mark), Saunt is careful to point out that the westward-moving boundaries could sometimes be vague. Asked for an example, he pointed me to the 1791 treaty with the Cherokee that ceded the land where present-day Knoxville, Tenn. stands. The treaty’s language pointed to landmarks like “the mouth of Duck river,” a broad approach that left a lot of room for creative implementation. When dealing with semi-nomadic tribes, Saunt added, negotiators sometimes designated a small reservation, “rather than spelling out the boundaries of the cession.”

This vagueness benefited the government’s purposes in crafting treaties and executive orders. “Greater legality and more precision,” Saunt argues, “would have made it impossible to seize so much land in so short a time

Flu False Positive more prevalent when there is no flu

CDC AKA Center for Disease Creation
http://www.cdc.gov/flu/professionals/diagnosis/rapidlab.htm

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The Daily Paul PYSOP on Native Americans

http://dailycaller.com/2014/01/08/epa-overrides-congress-hands-over-town-to-indian-tribes/#ixzz2q1g0iDDL
THE TRUTH
http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2012/03/03/door-closing-wyoming-lawmakers-resolution-against-department-energy-101171

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The Way Of The Warrior

CODES OF CONDUCT

HONESTY AND JUSTICE

Be acutely honest throughout your dealings with all people. Believe in justice, not from other people, but from yourself. To the true Exemplar, there are no shades of gray in the question of honesty and justice. There is only right and wrong.

POLITE COURTESY

A Warrior has no reason to be cruel. They do not need to prove their strength. An Exemplar is courteous even to his enemies. Without this outward show of respect, we are nothing more than animals.

HEROIC COURAGE

Rise up above the masses of people who are afraid to act. Hiding like a turtle in a shell is not living at all. A Fighter must have heroic courage. It is absolutely risky, It is dangerous. It is living life completely, fully, wonderfully. Heroic courage is not blind, it is intelligent and strong.

HONOR

A true person of honor has only one judge of honor, and this is him/herself. Decisions you make and how these decisions are carried out are a refection of whom you truly are. You cannot hide from yourself.

COMPASSION

Through intense training the Fighter becomes quick and strong. He is not as other men. He develops a power that must be used for the good of all. He has compassion. He helps his fellow man at every opportunity. If an opportunity does not arise, he goes out of his way to find one.

COMPLETE SINCERITY

When a Warrior has said he will perform an action, it is as good as done. Nothing will stop him from completing what he has said he will do. He does not have to “give his word.” He does not have to “promise.”

DUTY AND LOYALTY

For the Warrior, having done some “thing” or said some “thing,” he knows he owns that “thing.” He is responsible for it, and all the consequences that follow. A Warrior is immensely loyal to those in his care, to those he is responsible for, he remains fiercely true.

Lets talk about VOTING!!!

This is just my opinion, However has any of you ever got to talk to the elected official who represents you in the Corp of DC or Canada or EU? I have made calls but I always get a go between which made the distance from the ELECTED OFFICIAL harder to even hear my concerns , Would love to know what you think
I Love You All Linda
In Good Conscious I cannot vote Peace Love and Truth Linda

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