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Title: The Battle for my Land
Post by: Chief Wakanakan 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
Title: Re: The Battle for my Land
Post by: Gopher on Nov 28 13 07:19
What are you doing in Honolulu, chief?
Title: Re: The Battle for my Land
Post by: TehBorken on Nov 28 13 09:12
I think he's in Kentucky.

What are you doing in Honolulu, chief?
Title: Re: The Battle for my Land
Post by: DDD on Nov 29 13 09:16
I want my tax money back from all the slackers out there
Title: Re: The Battle for my Land
Post by: Gopher on Jun 22 15 10:23
What's happening these days, Chief?
Title: Re: The Battle for my Land
Post by: Vivek Golikeri on Aug 13 15 12:25
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

If it is any consolation to you, Chief Wakanakan, the shoe is on the other foot today. White people will be a minority in another twenty years or so. We have already had a black president. Native Americans are making mucho dinero from their casinos. I'm sorry about your history, but people alive today never did those things.

Title: Re: The Battle for my Land
Post by: Gopher on Aug 16 15 08:54
But would they, if the same conditions and priorities still applied?