Monthly Archives: February 2011

More lies and propaganda by AIM

Saturday, January 12, 2008 Lies, Damn Lies, and Statistics by Ward Churchill “Jim Vander Wall and I have used the figure of 69 as the minimum number of AIM members and supporters murdered on the Pine Ridge Reservation from mid-1973 … Continue reading

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Murder and Usurpation of Power by AIM

Excerpts fro American Indian Mafia, and courtesty of Snapples 2008 blog on AIMs lies and propaganda. “[AIM] took complete control of the telephone service and local residents were not permitted to answer any of the phones. When my phone would … Continue reading

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The Fake Hollyweird Indian

  This just in from a lady, she used to set up funds for impoverished Indians and worked with Russell Means, Dennis Banks, and Floyd Hand Jr, all white haters, she says. Threatened to kill her if they didn’t turn over the … Continue reading

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The deceipt & lies of Alton Carroll (NAFPS) and Arvol Looking Horse

Suzanne Dupree, aka Looking Back Woman Whatever Suzanne Dupree’s agenda is, the one thing she is guilty of is exploiting her people’s traditions. To stand and pose for photographs with a pipe …;wap2 – Cache Dear Alton Carroll & … Continue reading

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AIMs and Arvol Looking Horses lies that are coming to light

“It’s an ugly dark feeling realizing you were lied to. For many years I supported clemency for Leonard Peltier, and towed the line for leadership of the American Indian Movement. The facts, the anger, and the blame Mafia puts on … Continue reading

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Words of wisdom from the survivors of the Seige of Wounded Knee

Left to right: Carter Camp, Russell Means, Alex White Plume, Floyd Hand, Alfred Bone Shirt & Vic Camp Richard Two Elk, a former AIM member, was not interviewed for the film partly because of his first-hand account of the Robinson … Continue reading

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Wilbur Riegerts own words from his book Quest for the Pipe of the Sioux

    It was a matter of only two months from the time I was allowed to meet with Martha Bad Warrior at her home in Green Grass, until she passed away inside a tent pitched at the Larrabee dam. She … Continue reading

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