National American Indian Council of Affairs Meeting Notes for The Ritual of Return

NAICA Meeting Of The Masses Notes 09-09-2020

Each month NAICA has a meeting of the masses to discuss in our mission of unity. On 09-09-202 we agreed to create and perform a ritual in ceremony of return. We decided to return to self— to return to our cycle of life and walk out from under this system of death-rituals which have been handed to us to replace our natural cycle of life.

We live in a universe of cycles, which means that everything that happens on this planet operates as a complete set of events that repeat themselves regularly in the same order or in a regularly repeated period of time: Thus, not only, do we live in a world of ritual, we are ritual. We are a sequence of activities performed in a sequestered place according to a set sequences set in the universe. 

Every time they kneel down in civility they are showing their allegiance to Columbus’ ritual

These are acts of ceremony. We operate in ceremony in observance of an established code of civility or politeness every time we agree to this systems hand me down cycles of governance. Every time they kneel down in civility they are showing their allegiance to Columbus’ ritual of death. Do not be fooled. This their work to complete their ritual ceremony.

Rituals may be prescribed by the traditions of a community and their culture. We see and participate in these sequences every day, week, month, and year in formal and informal acts or series of acts prescribed by ritual, protocol, or convention.

Please join us in breaking the cycle of death. We are stronger together. I am asking all the clan mothers and all the American Indians to watch this video of our meeting notes and join us for our next meeting of the masses on 101-07-2020. We are better together..Lets talk…

Deborah Ishki Oklahumma.

Sep 9, 2020

WSU- Verbal Pushback to race

the Hindsight project has been in existence for more than twenty years, and operational for more than fifteen. Our main work has always been to research and reconnect the pre-Columbus and modern stories of the so-called African American Peoples to their identity and ancestry. In fact it says so on our website.

I assumed that our research would surely lead us back to Africa. After all our American History textbooks told-me-so. In fact, they still do. However, what our organization did find is that the greater majority of the so-called Black people were here long before Columbus and the proverbial “Slave Trade” Ideology, where from about 1518 to the mid-19th century, millions of African men, women, and children made the 21-to-90-day voyage in grossly overcrowded sardine cans.

Our findings were exciting! So I figured that of all the people in the world, the disenfranchised so-called Black and African American would be happy to know that we have a name-that we are indeed a nation, and that we are in fact, so much more than a byword-a hiss-and something to be hated by all mankind. BUT! I did not expect the verbal pushback I received from Black people. I was surely taken aback and most of all saddened; as their response to this good news revealed their comfort in being cast in the role as people who were birthed out chains. Many responders answered with words like, “Black people always wanna be more than they are”. Wow! That statement in itself speaks volumes about how they identify through the eyes of self-hatered. But I won’t go into that in this article. One young lady responded with, “You have to be careful ’cause we don’t wanna displace the natives.”  “Soooo” I thought to myself,  “in other words, if we should ever have to choose between us and them, we lose”? Her response was definitely a sign that she believes all life supersedes ours. However, I will save my commentary on that issue for a different article also.

But! I must’ tell you; responses like those didn’t give me much trust in the collective  that I so desperately longed for. And after the fiasco with some of the members of the Wayne State University Chapter I decided to table our findings and let some other activist break the ground and pave the way for our “right to exist”. But if you know me at all, then you know that that decision didn’t last very long. Because when Ray Hall (a member of the Hindsight Project) called to inform me of the Racial Healing event at Wayne Sate University his excitement to push back gave me incentive to go and raise my voice. I am glad I did.

What you will hear in this short video is some info about our organization and a short lead into what the Racial Healing event  was about. After that I give a one-minute introduction to the Copper Colored Aboriginals and our right to self identify. I am so glad I did because I learned something that night. I learned a very valuable lesson. which is,  I got to stop listening to “Black” people.

Don’t forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel so that you don’t miss our upcoming “Right To Exist Campaign” movement and videos.  ‘Cause we are just getting started. And it’s going to be a blast!

When Mexican gangs commit genocide on American Aboriginals, why do U S prosecutors give them most consideration?

Listen to this important Podcast!

Listen to this important Podcast!

Even when the motive and the act to commit genocide are obvious, Mexican gangs are prompted to plead guilty to lesser federal hate crimes in exchange for their confessions. For years, U.S. Prosecutors have bargained away our rights to choose the category of crimes against. And how it has become difficult to recognize the act of genocide. 

When Mexican gangs kill American Aboriginal peoples it is the gangs who get the most consideration”. 

And now it has become difficult to recognize the act of genocide. While many criminals can face up to 30 years in a federal prison the reality is that hate crimes do not carry the proper weight of being sentenced for genocide. 

When U. S. prosecutors used their unfettered power to seal documents that prove Mexican and Latinos openly confessed to Ethnic Cleansing  untoward the original peoples of America AKA the So-called African Americans they take away they make the victims invisible to the world. How is the possibility for parole justice for the thousands of victims who lay in their grave and the families who grieve over them? Does these prosecutors understand that the systematic killing of our people is genocide. If not, why not?

The reason for this episode is to bring out three major issues that impact the original peoples of the Americas.

  1. To shed light on how the Ethnic White Mexicans and Ethnic White Latinos have waged a war campaign to ethnic cleans the true American Indians original peoples as genocide, and the courts attempt to seal the formal record that prove the phenomenon as genocide. 
  2. To also reveal the agenda of the Pan-African language and how it is used to come against the Original American Indian peoples as a precursor to genocide. 
  3. To comprehend the Jewish “Pursuit of Nazi Collaborators” and study the Nuremburg trials and the seven motives the Jews that have set precedents to permanently eradiate genocide for.

Take a listen

Stop, Mexican Gangs From acts of Genocide on Original People

We the people petition the President and those in authority to Charge Genocide against the Mexican Latino gangs who have  perpetrated, and have caused a holocaust against the American peoples- the  Original Peoples of the American continent.  We also include those who are also misnomered as ADOS.

If you have a burning desire to take part in our movement for change in our community, then this petition can be a powerful weapon. And It must be armed with signatures from supporters like you-like us.

We need at least 100,000 signatures to take your petition to the appropriate authorities and to build and show a solid case for your cause.

Please Click on the picture / link to go to petition and sign it. Please share it with everyone you know.

Because we are our own solutions!

To view further details regarding our petition, feel free to download our full letter to the President below!

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The Aboriginal Phenotype of Australia is Same as original Americans

These Australia Aborigine carry the same phenotype as the Copper colored Anerican’s as with all Aboriginals. Although the genetic history of Aboriginal people has not been explored, The Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany joined with colleagues to analyze large-scale genotyping data from Aboriginal Australians, New Guineans, Island Southeast Asians and Indians that suggest a new possibility. The authors found a common origin for populations in Australia, New Guinea and the Mamanwa. The authors are calling their commonality “Negrito”. Because the phenotype of Aboriginal people across the planet is as with the American Negro, a Wide nose, full lips, black skin with flecks of their continental mineral and nappy hair.

As you can see, the cultural dress and dance are similar around the planet.

Men-in-traditional-Indigenous-body-paint

Last report documents Indigenous Australians are now estimated to represent only 3.3% of the total Australian population. Setting aside for the moment those who were missed, 649,171 people identified themselves as being “of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander origin” in the 2016 Census. While it is reported that the numbers are up by18.4% from 2011 the genocide continues.