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As another year of Thanksgiving is upon us, we ask ourselves are we doing enough to help the Native American people regain what was stolen from  us many years ago. Progress has been made in some aspects, such as the diversion of the pipeline in South Dakota. However, how many issues have still gone unresolved? The Swaysom Tribe will one day get the land that was taken away from them. Our future generations will be able to enjoy the land that our people held for so long. The white man stole it from us but we will regain it. We are united and our cause is just. As you try to enjoy Thanksgiving this year, remember all of the crimes that were committed against the Native American people. I have the utmost faith that we will regain our land and at the Swayson Tribe will reclaim their native homeland. I ask that you take the time to consider being on the right side of history and Unite with us to reclaim all that was taken. We must stand up and take back our land.


Chief Wakanakan
Swayson Tribe

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Discover Seattle! / My Land
« on: Nov 23 16 11:01 »
Greetings,


I am here to encourage everyone to help my people reclaim the land that was stolen from us. The Swayson Tribe was slaughtered by the white man of Washington, Oregon, and northern California. It is in these three states that our tribe held land and it is now time that we unite to take back what is rightfully ours! We stand with our brothers in Standing Rock and want to encourage everyone to stand tall in the face of adversity. We can reclaim our land and our brothers in Standing Rock can maintain their land and water access. Please if you have some time on this white mans holiday called Thanksgiving, consider helping right these wrongs by writing to your local politicians.


Chief Wakanakan
Swayson Tribe

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Discover Seattle! / The Battle for My Land Continues
« on: Nov 25 15 12:01 »
Greetings, as we 'celebrate' yet another depressing year of Thanksgiving, as known as the slaughter of my people by the white man. My people, we taught you how to live off the land and how did you repay us? You took our land, our lives, our children. Anything that you could get your greedy white hands on, you took. It was never yours to take. I ask that everyone think about this as you spend the day with your family. I ask that if you have any bit of dignity left in you, that you will help me and my people reclaim what was so wrongfully taken from us. Please contact your local representatives and let them know that the land of the Swayson Tribe belongs to them and no one else.

Chief WakanakanSwayson Tribe

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Discover Seattle! / My Land
« on: Nov 27 14 03:17 »
Greetings,
As you celebrate the slaughter of my people, I ask that you kindly reconsider your ways and help the native people regain what is rightfully theirs. Please contact your local representative to right this most terrible wrong.



Seattle Office
2988 Jackson Federal Building
915 2nd Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98174
Phone: (206) 553-5545
Toll Free: (866) 481-9186
Fax: (206) 553-0891 

    Chief Wakanakan

  Swayson Tribe      



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Discover Seattle! / The Battle for my Land
« on: Nov 28 13 06:25 »
Greetings, as we 'celebrate' another year of Thanksgiving, as known as the slaughter of my people by the white man, I feel we must understand just exactly what this holiday stands for. My people, we taught you how to live off the land and how did you repay us? You took our land, our lives, our children. Anything that you could get your greedy white hands on, you took. It wasn't yours to take. I ask that everyone think about this as you spend the day with your family and loved ones. I ask that if you have any bit of dignity in you, that you will help me and my people reclaim what was so wrongfully taken from us.

Chief Wakanakan
Swayson Tribe

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Why don't other members of your tribe join us here?

Greetings.

I'd like to most respectfully answer your question. My sincere apologies for the delayed response. I am the head of this cause and in kind, I handle the online aspect of it.

I'd like everyone to remember the true meaning of today. While you celebrate the slaughter of my people, I want to remind you all that without the Natives help, the white man wouldn't have survived living on this land.

My people will get their land back and I'm happy to announce that this year, we've made huge gains for our cause.

Chief Wakanakan
Swayson Tribe

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Hmmmm, long time no see, Chief.

So tell us, how do you love the new forum??  :)

Greetings,

I must admit that I like the new forum however I find that the activity level has dropped on this website. My tribe is considering other forums in which to spread our agenda and hopefully one day be able to give our people some of their land back. I will say that I have no intentions of abandoning this site.

Chief Wakanakan

Swayson Tribe

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Discover Seattle! / The Battle for My Land Continues
« on: Nov 12 11 08:30 »
Greetings,


As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday this year, I'd like to take the time to remind people about the injustices raged against my people.

We used to live and use all the land around here and then the white man came and destroyed our people, raping everything that we had. They gave us "reservations"... where those once stood now stand Wal Marts and McDonalds for you to continue to get fat from.

Please take a moment to reflect on the pain caused against my ancestors and the pain that lives on today. Please write your local representatives and demand that justice be served

    Contact:

  Seattle Office
2988 Jackson Federal Building
915 2nd Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98174
Phone: (206) 553-5545
Toll Free: (866) 481-9186
Fax: (206) 553-0891

    Chief Wakanakan

  Swayson Tribe     

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Discover Seattle! / Re: My people and Thanksgiving
« on: Nov 24 10 07:27 »
Chief Wakanakan wrote:
 Greetings,

  slaughtered at the hands of the right man

    ---

  Greetings,

  Sorry I had a typo, it should be WHITE MAN.

  Chief Wakanakan

Swayson Tribe

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Discover Seattle! / My people and Thanksgiving
« on: Nov 24 10 07:23 »
Greetings,

  As you partake in your meals tomorrow I'd like you to remember the true meaning of the holiday. As you celebrate what you are thankful for... remember all the natives who were slaughtered at the hands of the right man. As you complain about losing your freedoms, remember my people who had no freedom because of the white man. My ancestors suffered greatly and it continues to this day. We are fighting a battle to reclaim the land that belonged to our ancestors and we will continue this battle until there is no more people breathing in our tribe. Thanksgiving celebrates the rape of ALL Native Americans. My ancestors had kids slaughtered at the hands of the white man. Temikoka who was alive in 1842 was tied to a tree and had her baby ripped out of her belly and left to die by some white men who were exploring the area. We will win this battle and I thank all who have helped, even the white man who regrets the actions of his ancestor.

  Chief Wakanakan

Swayson Tribe

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Discover Seattle! / Re: My Land 2010
« on: Jun 02 10 10:33 »
 P.C. wrote:
 I see you've chosen  to ignore my question yet once again.  


No, I will provide you with an answer in due time. Right now my tribe is working to get a website hosted online so that we can provide the general public a little information about our unknown tribe. We are a small tribe, always have been since we broke off from the Spokane in the mid 1800's. We are just trying to get the land that was wrongly stolen from us, but we also work with other well known tribes to help aid our brethren in their cause.

Chief Wakanakan
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Discover Seattle! / Re: My Land 2010
« on: May 31 10 04:47 »
You can make fun of my tribe, and my cause all you want! However, we will not give up the fight. At a recent gathering in downtown Tacoma, we gathered over 500 signatures of people who wish to help fight for us. These people were not natives, but were people who simply cared about righting the wrong that was committed against my ancestors. I am not trying to start a fight, however... I am trying to help educate people so that they can help my people reclaim what was stolen from them.  

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Discover Seattle! / Re: My Land 2010
« on: May 31 10 07:56 »
 DDD wrote:
Chief Wakanakan wrote:
I will keep fighting the good  fight, and I see that this website has taken a turn for the worse. [/p]  Chief Wakanakan
Swayson Tribe
[/p] ? and this website has  taken a trun for the worse. WTF..............  I do not see anything bad  here...... Go away TROLL[/p]
[/p]-----------
[/p] I am not a troll! Simply a  caring Native American who is trying to get his people their land back.  As for the site, it seems no one bothers to even use it. However, that  alone will not stop me from spreading the word and bringing a call to  action. Fight for what is right and help the injustices be corrected.  Maybe someday, the white man and the native will be able to get along. As for you DDD, I believe the correct word is TURN... not trun! You would think that the white man would get an education after raping the Native Americans of their land and culture.

Chief  Wakanakan
Swayson Tribe

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Discover Seattle! / My Land 2010
« on: May 30 10 08:14 »
Good evening, my name is Chief Wakanakan of the Swayson Tribe. I have made great gains in my battle to restore land to my people that was stolen by the white man. However, the battle must continue as we still have not received all of our original land. I will keep fighting the good fight, and I see that this website has taken a turn for the worse. If people still use this site, please help me fight for my people buy contacting your local representatives and demanding that the Swayson Tribe get their land back!

Chief Wakanakan
Swayson Tribe



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Discover Seattle! / Re: Is Glenn Beck Gay?
« on: Sep 30 09 08:59 »
TehBorken wrote:
  Lol:
 [H1 style="DISPLAY: inline; FONT-FAMILY: arial,helvetica,swiss; 35px: "][A href="http://hasglennbeckstoppedbeatinghiswife.com/"][FONT size=4]Has Glenn Beck Stopped Beating His Wife?[/FONT][/A][/H1]  
       Glenn Beck is a good man who has done much to help my people. I might ask you sir, what do you have against gay people? Glenn Beck has a wife and kids.. so being gay would not be correct. I will pray for your soul and that you may come to realize the error of your ways.

      Chief Wakanakan

  Swayson Tribe

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