This is very familiar, like we should just let go of what happened in Libya, eh?
Watched a movie last night called “Second In Command”, made in 2006..which was strangely enough exactly like what happened in Libya at our US Embassy Sept. 11 2012…Wag the Dog?
Or what?
In real life, no one came to save the Ambassador or the other 3 American’s who lost their lives…
Just like no one actually ever came to help the victims & survivors at the hands of the urban militant domestic terrorists called the American Indian Movement…
The battle for power rages on between two Ojibways, who have little respect for their own 1st Nations people (the Riegert’s & Gilldersleeves were & remain Chippewa-Ojibway), the same 1st Nations blood as both Banks & Bellecourt. So who gives these two murderous men the right to control the Sacred of the Tetuwan Lakota or other authentic 1st Nations peoples ceremonies in Indian Country????
The division has begun, blood shed will occur again in Indian Country between Banks & Bellecourt, egos dictates that……if law enforcement does not hand down those indictments, that is what this split in AIM leadership is all about, saving ones own behind, along with their politicians who gave AIM immunity, while throwing the exact same thing both men are, one is no better than the other…under the bus.

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At times in the past I have posted a blog centered around a comment I have received, that is the nature of this one.

Below are a couple of comments I received yesterday and this morning in the Philip Nolan blog-they are well written and non confrontational, polite even, something not always the case.

After thinking about it a couple of things stand out to me I want to comment about-one “being whether or not his lineage is true”.

If it exists in the OST records it no doubt exists in other places, and were it not true for a man who went to great links to identify himself not only as Lakota, but as the “chief facilitator” for a non existent republic he claimed to have created for them, then the only reason I can think of for not  addressing it would have been to avoid being outed.

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About Looking Back Woman-Suzanne Dupree

Tetuwan Lakota scholar, educator, historian, Sun Dance participant, Cannunpa carrier, cultural & spiritual preservationist, journalist-writer and fraud investigator.
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