Ab-original Partners in Crime: How Modern Genocide is Fueled by the Victims Themselves

An Exclusive Interview with Indigenous elder Peter Yellowquill

Recent events at the Standing Rock protest in North Dakota suggest that a deal is being brokered there by native “leaders” to allow the pipeline to continue in exchange for benefits to tribal council officials. The recent arrival at Standing Rock of convicted war criminal and corporate front man “Chief” Ed John from Canada hearkens back to previous such deals that Ed John made for corporations in British Columbia, at the expense of his own people. The same Ed John plays a central role in the cult-related trafficking of aboriginal children off Indian reservations today.
We cannot deny that since first contact, a class of aboriginal people have been partners with their Conquerors in the destruction of their own lives and the land. Is there an alternative? What does a truly sovereign nation of equals look like? Tune in and find out as we interview Peter Yellowquill, a front line indigenous elder who is taking on his own corrupt band council “chiefs” and their corporate-government masters.
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