Thanksgiving Day: The True Story From Native Americans, PART THREE

     The United States Federal Government is turning a deaf ear to native Americans' appeal to stop white racists and supremacists from stealing more native lands. The Federal Government is in cahoot with the thieves and robbers to deprive the natives of their lands.

Trump and his gang of white buccaneers cast aspersions on the native Americans when they falsely alledged that many of the native Indians are no longer pure indigenous American natives. In alledging this Trump implies that he is entitled to dispossess those lands of the reservations for his industrial plans.

The native Indians led by their leaders  accused him of concocting fake logic to steal their lands. They said, "By doing this you are coming after our kids. You are coming after our future generations." Jessie Doe Baird, Vice Chairman of the Mashpee Wampanoag told the Trump administration during her address at the Capitol on 14th November, 2018, as tribal leaders from the Quinault on the Pacific coast, the Pickani Blackfoot from the northern Rockies, the Ponce Tribe and Oglala Lakota from the Great Plains and the Shinnecock and Pequot from the Eastern shore spoke in solidarity beside her. "They came for our children and took them to Carlisle because we were 'too Indian."  ( NB: Carlisle is a concentration camp for native children. They separate the Indian children from their parents and kept them in special centres where the children are illtreated, given with little or no food and being left undernourished to die eventually. ) "Today they tell us we are not Indian enough," said Doe Baird, referring to the Zinke - led Department of Interior's (DOI) decision September 7th when it declined to assert its authority and reaffirm the status of the Mashpee Wampanoag's reservation. The Mashpee were among the many tribes seeking federal recognition when Trump disparaged, "So-called Indians that are trying to open up reservations." Unfortunately the Indians lost the Federal Government's support and lost much of the Indian reservation lands to Trump and his business associates. The federal government has abandoned its responsibility to protect native American Indians' rights.

The Mashpee is the last surviving signatory tribe to the grant of Indian title that established the 'Plymouth Colony.' in 1620. Tribal leaders warned that removal of the Mashpee's reservation would set the prcecedent for a new era of termination of Tribal lands.

In August 1st 1953, Congress supported Eisenhower Administration's policy of "termination" which sought to end the federal Indian trust responsibility by dissolving treaty obligations, reservations and federal recognition. Congress decided that Indian tribes and Individual members should be freed from federal supervision. This further eroded the sovereignty of tribal lands. The Federal Government is trying to get out of the trust and treaty relationship. It is the Trump's USA administration policy on termination.

Aaron Payment, chairman of the Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians and vice-president of NCAI said before a huge crowd of natives on Capitol Hill that the Mashpee Wampanoag's case wasn't an isolated incident. Tribal lands in Alaska are also under attacks when 68,000 acres of land per year was placed in trust for tribes under Obama administration. But Trump has reduced it to 18 % a reduction of 82%. The tribal leaders accused the white rogue rulers of divide and conquer to serve their interests.

Now Trump is adopting a policy to eliminate the trust status of tribal lands by termination through privatization . The Trump policy objective in Indian reservations is the privatization of tribal lands for extractive industry ( oil/gas) development. It is estimated about 30% of fossil fuel reserves in US lay beneath Indian Reservations. 

Trump is carrying out Eisenhower's policy of termination in the 1950s to even higher and more advanced stages to the detriment of the native Indian tribes. All this is because of the greed for oil and gas found in Tribal reserve territories.

Indian chiefs and leaders have warned that unless they stand up with tribal solidarity they will all be uprooted and dispossessed of all their lands, culture and history. Congressman, Joe Kennedy, a supporter of tribal rights assured the Mashpee and those tribes assembled in the shadow of the Capitol, "We will never allow this injustice to stand." He said the native tribes who welcomed and helped the first European immigrants to the shores of America are worthy of support and recognition.

In the meantime Trump and the majority of the white supremacists continue their 'Thanksgiving' celebration on the old basis of the old concept of celebrating 'Thanksgiving' after each killing and dispossession of the native tribal American Indians.

Most people and most countries around the world are now aware  the evil white American supremacists  are extending their operations overseas to grab native lands of other countries for control of oil, gas and other natural mineral resources like gold. uranium, lithium, copper, chrome, rare earth  and iron. That's the reason why they are undermining all the countries in South America and Central America which are very rich in these resources. In these brutal operations they have the strong support of its western allies the European countries who share similar interests to exploit the weak non-white countries which happen to be rich in resources. 

All non-white countries especially the third world countries must wake up and unite to confront and stop the raping of their countries by the evil satanic white Americans and their European  allies.


Tuesday, 3rd December, 2019


Anonymous said...

After four hundred years the native Americans are still suffering the agony of pain and torture by white American demons just because their ancestors failed to kill all the first arrivals of the white demons from Europe. It's time the natives arm themselves with modern weapons to fight and resist the white Americans in order to found a united native American nation. Only this will help to restore the self-respect and dignity of the natives and together their rich culture and history.

God damn the white Americans

Virgo 49 said...

Will their Plight happen also to Sinkieland?

Left to be seen.

No eyes to see as most still in Dreamland..Waking up in nightmares.

imho said...

At least many natives now living in big houses and drive big cars.
Better than many sinkies.
Everyone makes mistakes.
Every race also has killed other races.

Anonymous said...

what if the indians have colonised them instead of europeans?
Been to india?

Anonymous said...

Why is the United Nations not doing anything to help the native Americans? Why are third world countries especially ASEAN countries keeping numb about the ill treatment of native Americans by white devilish Americans. ASEAN countries especially their politicians and ministers only know how to carry and worship the white Americans because they have might and they equate might is right when the white Americans are doing all the evil things to other countries in stealing and killing through military might. It's really very disgusting when you hear most Asean
ministers or presidents only know how to echo America's detrimental and disparaging remarks on China, DPRK, Russia and Iran.

Ⓜatilah $ingapura⚠️ said...

@ all

Please lah. Today's Red Indians are not like the ones portrayed in cowboy & indians movies of the 50's with the like of John Wayne as the "hero".

These days some of the savvy tribes are doing A-OK, earning shit tons of money and PAYING ZERO TAX. Red Indian casino business is bigger than Las Vegas! Put that in the peace pipe and smoke it.


For a "conquered race", life today is pretty darn sweet lah! 🤑🤑💰💰

Anonymous said...

Trump Has Become Toxic To His Friends

Trump is visiting UK this week, and one of his best friends doesn't want to be seen with him. That hurts very bigly for a man with a super-big ego.

Just a few days before the crucial General Election, UK's PM Boris Johnson is trying very hard to avoid Trump.

However, the two shall unavoidably meet at the NATO Summit in London.

Johnson, in no uncertain terms, has made it clear he would rather keep the deeply unpopular Trump at arms length.

Trump is so unpopular in some quarters, that even standing too close to his shadow can prove lethal to a campaign. It's a phenomenon that is noticeable abroad, but one that has also become visible in the US. This will potentially have a decisive impact on Trump's 2020 re-election.

In London, with the American President in town, Johnson fears that Trump could prove to be his kryptonite in next week's UK general election. As a result, Trump's schedule is filled with bilateral meetings with other European leaders.

What is surely unprecedented is that the US President will not sit down for a one-to-one with the leader of the host country.

The White House's explanation surely makes the British and American voters laugh: The President is "absolutely cognizant" of the importance of not interfering in other country's elections. That would be news! (He just signed into law an Act that interferes with China's sovereignty and political authority over Hongkong.)

The first time Trump went to the UK, he jumped into British politics like a child splashing in a mud puddle. He undiplomatically criticized his host, then-PM Theresa May, and said Johnson, who was then threatening her hold on power, would do a better job. It was all so shocking that Trump later absurdly denied it happened.

This time, the last thing Johnson wants is "help" from the most toxic and reviled Trump. PM Johnson's political enemies have dug their teeth into the ties between the curiously coiffed leaders, making the parallels between Trump and Johnson a centerpiece of their campaign to topple him.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn finds Trump a useful distraction. His campaign rallies are filled with ominous warnings that a Johnson victory would make Britain look like Trump's America, with unsafe food, unaffordable health care and all manner of terrifying turns.

Corbyn is not alone in seeing Trump as a major weakness for the British PM.

In a pre-election debate last weekend, six other candidates attacked Johnson over his ties to a US leader that polls show is deeply unpopular in Britain as well as around the world.

In the US, Trump's 2017 campaign magic seems to be evaporating on the campaign trail.

It seems that instead of boosting the candidates he backs, Trump's strongest efforts to bolster his preferred choices have the opposite effect of energizing the opposition camp.

Anonymous said...


Last month, Trump campaigned vigorously for Southern Republicans in off-year elections. It was a disaster.

In Kentucky, a state he won in 2016 by a jaw-dropping 30 points, Trump held boisterous rallies urging red-hatted crowds to re-elect a Republican governor. He lost.

In Louisiana, Trump pleaded with voters, "You got to give me a big win, please," visiting the state -- another he won in 2016 -- three times to support the Republican candidate. Instead of a big win, voters gave him an embarrassing defeat.

In Virginia, a Republican bastion for many years, Trump was the big loser. Democrats won control of the State House, Senate and
Governor's mansion. Adding insult to injury, a woman who became famous for raising a middle finger to the Trump motorcade while riding her bike, also won local office.

Though Trump still enjoys strong support among Republicans, but the support is starting to disintegrate.

Now, at least one prominent and formerly loyal Trumpist is daring to defy the President, and his actions may well mark the beginning of a trend.

Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp, who won the Republican nomination last year because of Trump's support, is the last person one would expect to challenge the President. That is exactly what he is doing.

Kemp will appoint the successor to retiring Sen. Johnny Isakson.

Trump wants him to install the Congressman Doug Collins, but against Trump's strong wish, Kemp has appointed business-woman Kelly Loeffler. All the slings and arrows of the President and his Congressional henchman have failed to dislodge Kemp's choice. Instead, the governor's team is fighting back.

Most Georgians disapprove of the President, and a recent poll put him 8 points behind Biden.

Just like Boris Johnson finds Donald Trump poisonous to his election campaign, politicians in the US are re-calculating. The results from the last two Novembers suggest Trump could hurt more than help the candidates for whom he campaigns. Even for politicians who support him, Trump is becoming toxic!

Anonymous said...

- Indian tribal lands is just like HDB flats.

Suddenly, the PAP government (Lawrence Wong) can say your HDB flats belong to PAP and not to you, after 99 years.

Anonymous said...

Impeachment - Trump Is Geeting Deeper Into His Own Witch-Hunt in Ukraine

Evidence for impeaching Donald Trump for misconduct in office is "overwhelming", according to the panel leading the US impeachment inquiry.

The president placed personal political interests "above the national interests of the United States," it states in a key report to US House lawmakers.

Evidence of misconduct was overwhelming "and so too is the evidence of his obstruction of Congress," it adds.

The report is designed to lay out the case to remove Mr Trump from office.

As usual, true to his mafia behaviour and incorrigible character, he denies any wrongdoing, describing the inquiry as a witch-hunt (yes, correct, he was witch-hunting for dirths on Joe Biden, his political contender.)

Anonymous said...

Trump Manipulates The Stock Markets:

Trump keeps on manipulating the stock market to benefit his own hidden business agenda, now under the care of his sons.

Stocks cut losses in the final hour of trading, Dow Jones is down more than 280 points.

US equities sank on after Dotard Trump suggested he may want to delay a trade deal with China until after the 2020 presidential election.

The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 286 points, led lower by trade-vulnerable Apple, Caterpillar and Boeing. The S&P 500 slid 0.7% amid losses in chip stocks like Nvidia, Micron and Advanced Micro Devices. The Nasdaq Composite lost about 0.6%. To be sure, the major averages were trading well off their session lows in the final hour of trading.

Markets hit the lows of their day after Fox News reported that the White House still plans on moving ahead with scheduled Dec. 15 tariffs on Chinese goods notwithstanding recent efforts at a “phase one” trade truce. Tuesday’s losses add to a steep decline from the previous session and were on track to push the Dow to its biggest one-day loss since Oct. 8.

Trump's Flip-Flopping Tactic:

“In some ways, I like the idea of waiting until after the election for the China deal, but they want to make a deal now and we will see whether or not the deal is going to be right,” Trump told reporters earlier on Tuesday.

When asked if he had a deal deadline, he added: “I have no deadline, no ... In some ways, I think it is better to wait until after the election if you want to know the truth.”

Data provided by Reuters.