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Hiya friends, welcome @ my blog

My name is Wolfgang

I`am from Germany, and life in the Austrian Alps.
I`am 51 Years old or young....

I love Siberian Huskies, and I`am a member
of some native Organizations worldwide,
I love the wolves and I do also a lot
for this beautiful animals in some Organizations...

I have a wonderful daughter, 14 years old,


Now, i wish you a peaceful time here

AHO
Mita`kuye `ayasin - we are relatives
Whitewolfe

~*~*~*~*~*~*~*~*

The Great Spirit is in all things,
he is in the air we breathe.
The Great Spirit is our Father,
but the Earth is our Mother.
She nourishes us,
that which we put into the ground
she returns to us....

(Big Thunder - Wabanaki Algonquin)


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Monday, February 16, 2009

Glenn T. Morris, AIM Colorado


If people are genuinely interested
in honoring Indians, try getting
your government to live up to the more
than 400 treaties it signed with our nations.
Try respecting our religious freedom
which has been repeatedly denied in federal courts.
Try stopping the ongoing theft of Indian water
and other natural resources. Try reversing
your colonial process that relegates us
to the most impoverished, polluted,
and desperate conditions in this country...
Try understanding that the mascot issue
is only the tip of a very huge problem
of continuing racisim against American Indians.
Then maybe your "honors" will mean something.
Until then, it's just so much superficial,
hypocritical puffery. People should remember
that an honor isn't born when it parts
the honorer's lips, it is born when
it is accepted in the honoree's ear.

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...Glenn T. Morris, AIM Colorado

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

What's the meaning of the word "CHANGE" ?


What's the meaning of the word "CHANGE" ?

The human race fight,
they fight for their several religions,
they fight for big business power and money,
they fight because they have a different skin color...

A native American brother write to me...

Your faith is not important,
big business is not important,
money is not important,
your color of skin is not important, too

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Whats the color of your blood ?
I think the answer is so easy...

I walk with all my sisters and brothers
the only right way, the RED ROAD....

Now it`s time for changes.....
Please walk the right way friends !

Mita`kuye ayasin - we are relatives

Toksa ake
~Whitewolfe~

AIM Video


AIM leaders drumming and singing

Taken at the '06 Columbus day protest.



Have a peaceful day
Toksa ake
~U-ne-ga-wa-ya~

Thursday, February 5, 2009

The Battle of Adobe Walls




The Battle of Adobe Walls

(Picture on top - Comanche
Medicine man Ish-Ta-Ma)

This battle between buffalo hunters
and approximately 700 Comanche, Kiowa,
and southern Cheyenne warriors resulted
in an Indian defeat, one among several during
the course of the large-scale military operation
known as the Red River War of 1874-75.
Inspired ba a recent Sun Dance and Comanche
medicine man Ish-Ta-Ma`s promise of easy victory,
the warriors sought to inflict a mortal blow
against the hated buffalo hunters who were
destroying the vast southern herds in Texas Panhandle.

The young Comanche Quannah Parker joined Ish-Ta-Ma
as nominal leaders of the raid against
the twenty-eight men and one woman residing in Adobe Walls,
a small complex of trading stores
and a saloon in present-day Hutchinson Country, Texas.

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During the early dawn hours of June 27, 1874,
the Indians attacked the residents,
quickly killing two hunters who were sleeping in a wagon.
The others were alerted immediately because they had
remained awake during the night while repairing
a broken bearn in the saloon. They held off
several assaults, losing only two other defenders -
one to Indian gunfire and one to the accidental
discharge of a rifle. The siege continued for five days.
Indian casaulities mounted to several dozen,
and faith in Ish-Ta-Ma`s power faded.
On the second day of the siege, Billy Dixon
fired his fabled shot, hitting a mounted warrior
fully eight-tenths of a mile away.
Following abandonment of the Adobe Walls settlement
six weeks later, the Indians burned it to the ground.
Yet the battle had been a bitter setback for them,
and it presaged the larger defeat that would soon
follow at the hands of the army.

from M.L.Tate
(University of Nebraska at Omaha)

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