We speak your language

..about Leonard Peltier

about me

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

Mita`kuye `ayasin - we are relatives


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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Thursday, December 29, 2011

Please help and sign my petition

Please read the facts directly on change.org, thank you all,
in the name of JUSTICE

Many blessings

Friday, December 23, 2011

Wishing you a Merry X-mas

Thís song is from the CD "Red Christmas"
Done by Warscout.
Randy, James & Jamon ROCKS ! *lol*
HOOOOKA !!!!!!

Many blessings

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Statement from Leonard Peltier: From Behind the Iron Door

Hau Kola

Greetings my friends, relatives, relations, supporters

I wrote a statement the other day sitting here in my cell
and I know that no one really cares to read something
that is 6 pages long. So this is my effort to
shorten it a little bit.

The first subject I want to touch on is being in prison
for 36 years is hell. There are some folks who are planning
to walk across America starting in California going to
Washington D.C. to bring attention to the injustice
that faces Indian people in the judicial system of America
and of which I am some of the evidence of that.
But first of all what I really want to say is
I really appreciate and love the people that do things
like this for those of us who are imprisoned.
And if walking across America sounds like a lot try
standing in an 8 by 6 cell for 36 years.
But I want you to know as terrible and painful as this
is in a strange way I am honored that the most powerful
government has considered me a challenge that they would
violate all their own laws to keep me imprisoned.
In my standing I have stood for what’s right.
I have stood for the right of a people invaded
by emissaries of the corporations they ultimately represent;
the right of a people to defend themselves in whatever way
necessary to defend their women and children and elders
and life itself when attacked with deadly force by this government.

For some of you who may recently come in contact with my case,
my case is one where an Indian community that had been
continually terrorized by FBI and a goon squad funded by
them on the reservation, had opposed the sale of 1/8th
of the tribe’s mineral resources and land.
On June the 26th 1975, they attacked the village of Oglala
on the Pine Ridge Reservation. It started with two FBI agents
in unmarked cars and unmarked clothing,
firing into an enclave of dwellings.
The two agents numbers soon swelled to 250.
In the ensuing battle the two initial agents were killed
and one young Indian man, Joe Stuntz, was murdered by the FBI,
shot between the eyes. Ultimately some 30 of us escaped.
Two men, Bob Robideau and Dino Butler that were captured
before I was, were put on trial and all the evidence of
that day was allowed to be presented in their defense.
And they were acquitted by reason of self-defense;
the jury said they had the right to defend themselves
with deadly force. I had escaped to Canada and was later
apprehended there, the government perjured testimony,
and they got someone to lie to bring me back from there.
I was put on trial and all the evidence used to convict me
was later proven false in court, as well as the lie to extradite me.
And the same evidence used by the defense in the first trial
was not allowed. They ultimately got a conviction saying I was
guilty of murder which was later amended to aiding and abetting.

Then later an individual whom some called Mr. X,
on tape admitted he was the shooter.
Bob Robideau one of the original two men acquitted by reason
of self-defense later told retired FBI Agent Ed Wood he was Mr. X
and that he had shot the agents. Bob feared for his life.
Bob didn’t make his statement for many years.
Bob did all that he could do to help me over the years
and later started living in Spain. And then he made a statement
to a few people that he was going to come back and speak more
about being the shooter and being acquitted of the offense.
And within about a month’s time he was found dead in his
apartment in Spain. He supposedly fell out of bed
and hit his head and died. Having said that,
my main point is that where all the evidence was allowed
to be presented Indian people were found not guilty rightfully
defended themselves by reason of self-defense.

There has not been a violation of human rights
by America that wasn’t first practiced on Native Americans.
America’s first biological warfare was against Indian people
with small pox and measles infected blankets,
the first concentration camps were against Indian people
where they took their land and rounded them up.
And Lincoln known for being against slavery,
had 38 Indian men hung in unison in Mankato Minnesota
for rebelling in the starving concentration camp
they were confined to and there were camps
all across this nation for American Indian people.
The first atomic bomb was dropped on Indian land
polluting it and destroying the water tables.
To this day the result of their digging for uranium
still pollutes parts of the Navajo reservation.
They practiced sterilization of our women up
until the late 1950s and even into the 60’s.
Up in Alaska they experimented with various forms
of hepatitis on the native people there.
The list goes on and on. Our people to this day
suffer generational trauma as a result of the
concentration camps and invasions and starvation
and boarding schools that tried to destroy our culture.
The death rate in the boarding schools was 50%.

To this day the unemployment rate for American Indians is 35%.
What America calls “depression” has become a way of life for us.
Bureaucrats scream and jump up and down about the Israelis
right to claim their homeland, yet at the same time America
still takes our land against our will, our homeland.
The black hills of South Dakota was leased for 99 years
the lease has been up for some 20 something years,
but they will not return it. They have offered to pay some
3 billion dollars for the Black Hills.
Why don’t they take that money and relocate the non-Indians from there?
There have been people complaining of a mosque in the proximity
of the former World Trade Towers yet our sacred hills
have Abraham Lincoln’s face carved in the side of our sacred area,
and George Washington who practiced a scorched earth campaign
against our people in the East is there along with others.

I’m sorry if I’m getting carried away,
I want America to be a great nation,
but I want it to be fair to all people.
We don’t ask for anything that wasn’t agreed to by this government.
There’s three hundred and seventy something treaties that cover
most of our concerns. I apologize if in reading this in some way
it hurts your celebration of the holidays.
Its very difficult to not be negative when you are unjustly
imprisoned for this long and every day you look through
an iron door when the true enemies and terrorists are free
to terrorize the poor and the oppressed of America.
When the resources of America and the labor of its people
is used to enhance the lavish lifestyle of some 2 to 3
% of the population that owns 96% of America’s wealth
or I should say owns and controls 96% of America’s wealth
then people like you and the people occupying Wall Street
and walking across America are needed more than you would ever know.

I said I wouldn’t make this too long and it seems
I have gone back on my work. However in closing I would like
to thank the National Congress of American Indians for passing
a resolution supporting me in my bid for freedom.
And I would especially like to thank Lenny Foster
who has served as a spiritual leader in prisons throughout
America who presented the resolution to the National Congress
of American Indians. I would also like to thank all the others,
too numerous to mention, who has supported me for so many years.
I guess in some off handed way I have learned to live
and exist by my contact with them over the years.
This struggle has been long and difficult
and I know at times I have offended people
and hurt their feelings and for that I am deeply regretful.
But rest assured I appreciate all of you in the deepest
sense of the word. And I pray that this Holiday season
brings joy to you and your families.
And there is no greater gift that we can give our children
and our children’s children than freedom and a healthy earth.

I will close for now but unless they shut me up
like they did Bob, you will hear from me again rest assured.

In the Spirit of Crazy Horse and all the others
that have died for their people,


Leonard Peltier

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Lakota Winyan song by Sissy Good House

I will today share with you a amazing video and song,
my heart is now open

Lakota Wia Kin, Nagiksapaye Niye On Etanyan ,
Wicingacaya Oyate Kin Han Yan Waciniyape

Lakota women ,
think wisely it's from you our children
come from and are raised

Many blessings

Monday, December 12, 2011

Wayo Kapi ~ The truth

We the Lakota Friends Germany, and I`am the founder of this projekt, dissociate ourselves from all lies, open hatred, fake accounts and many more bad things here on Facebook.

1. We dissociate ourselves from our old group with the name "Lakota friends Germany"
2. We dissociate ourselves from any public hate posts on Facebook where names and nations are under attack.
3. We dissociate ourselves from all fake accounts on Facebook. They want to achieve only one thing: To create distrust between all us honest people.
4. I will not write names publicly on Facebook. Further information about the truth via message.
(to Wolfgang Schaefer)
5. Let us ALL explain about the plastic shamans in Germany and other countries,
fakes on Facebok and dishonest people.
6. As the founder of Lakota friends Germany, I have reported my old group to Facebook for deletion today.
7. My project will come back to Facebook under a new name. ALL honest and respectful people are welcome. Our goal remains the the same. We want to connect people and cultures and not destroy the same.

Mitakuye Oyasin

Wolfgang Schaefer
Dani Wirges
Christian Rohrsen
Roger Welzel
Annegret Gdanietz Averbeck
Astrid Abby Wenzel
Gaby Eglseder
Claudia Zaenglein
Lisl Hosemann
Nadine Tiesler
Mathias Milaster
Cetan Ska Win

thanx for reading my honest words
Wolfgang Schaefer

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Please take 5 minutes

‎Please help if you can and open your heart my friends !

Special thanx to Wanbli Gleska Tokahe for sharing with me on YouTube,

More information here on Facebook:

Greets and many blessings ~Wolfgang~ (on YouTube - Whitewolfe05)

Monday, November 28, 2011

Dedicated to all Cheyenne and Arapaho sisters and brothers

The Sand Creek Massacre was an atrocity in the Indian Wars
of the United States that occurred on November 29, 1864,
when a 700-man force of Colorado Territory militia attacked
and destroyed a village of friendly Cheyenne and Arapaho
encamped in southeastern Colorado Territory, killing
and mutilating an estimated 70–163 Indians,
about two-thirds of whom were women and children.

The Sand Creek Massacre resulted in a heavy loss of life,
mostly among Cheyenne and Arapaho women and children.
Hardest hit by the massacre were the Wutapai, Black Kettle's band.
Perhaps half of the Hevhaitaniu were lost, including the chiefs
Yellow Wolf and Big Man. The Oivimana led by War Bonnet,
lost about half their number. There were heavy losses
to the Hisiometanio (Ridge Men) under White Antelope.
Chief One Eye was also killed, along with many of his band.
The Suhtai clan and the Heviqxnipahis clan under chief
Sand Hill experienced relatively few losses.
The Dog Soldiers and the Masikota, who by that time had allied,
were not present at Sand Creek.....

I saw the bodies of those lying there cut all to pieces,
worse mutilated than any I ever saw before;
the women cut all to pieces ... With knives; scalped;
their brains knocked out; children two or three months old;
all ages lying there, from sucking infants up to warriors.
By whom were they mutilated? By the United States troops!
(John S. Smith, Congressional Testimony of Mr. John S. Smith, 1865)

Damn any man who sympathizes with Indians!
I have come to kill Indians, and believe it is right
and honorable to use any means under God's heaven to kill Indians.
(Col. John Milton Chivington, U.S. Army)

:-( :-( :-( John Chivington is in MY EYES a mass murderer

My candle burn again and my prayers going up



Saturday, November 19, 2011

Friday, November 18, 2011

The respectful Red Road

You, as a non-native looking for your own Red Road?
Okay, then please close your eyes and open your heart.

Only with an open heart you will find old paths.
Is your heart really open,
then you're ready for the first lesson.

It is NOT important to wear a feather in your hair
or bead work on the body, important is that you
wear the feather and the regalia in your own heart.

This is the first step to find your own Red Road.
This is my respectful and honest dealings with the
ancient wisdom, culture and religion of my native American
friends from various reservations.

Du, als nicht Native American suchst deinen eigenen Red Road ?
Okay, dann schließe bitte deine Augen, und öffne dein Herz.

Nur mit offenen Herzen findest du alte Pfade.
Ist dein Herz dann wirklich offen, dann bist du bereit
für die erste wichtige Lektion. Wichtig ist es nicht
eine Feder in deinem Haar oder Perlenarbeiten am Körper zu tragen,
wichtig ist das du Feder und die Regalia in deinem
eigenen Herzen trägst. Das ist der erste Schritt
um seinen eigenen Red Road zu finden.

Dies ist mein respektvoller, ehrlicher Umgang
mit dem uralten Wissen, der Kultur und der Religion
meiner indianischen Freunden aus den verschiedensten Reservation.

p.s. I`am a non native, and proud to find my own respectful red road

Aho my worldwide family

We must now stand up together, globally.
If we want to change important things
for our next generation, then NOW!

It is the wrong way, if only talk German with Germans,
we have a global problem and not just a problem
within our own country.

It is a matter of respect against Mother Earth,
we are ALL a part of the 99%.

Stand up and outraged you ♥

.....Wir müssen jetzt weltweit zusammen aufstehen.
Wenn wir wichtige Dinge für unsere nexten
Generationen ändern möchten, dann JETZT !

Es ist der falsche Weg, wenn Deutsche nur mit Deutschen reden,
wir haben ein globales Problem und nicht nur ein Problem
innerhalb unseren eigenen Landes.

Es ist eine Frage des Respektes gegenüber Mutter Erde,
wir sind ALLE ein Teil der 99%.

Steht auf und empört euch ♥


Many blessings

Friday, November 11, 2011


Close your eyes my friends
and listen Makoce Wakan (Mother Earth)
- Mother Earth is crying and need our help .....
this is a worldwide campaign, please share today 11.11.11
peace and love with all your friends, aho ~Wolfgang~ ♥♥♥

Friday, October 28, 2011

About Wakanyeja Pawaciyapi

...here i sending you a video about Lakota-Children-Organisation..... please view this important video and help if you can, thank you in the name of our children.


Wakanyeja Pawicayapi is a non-profit organization based in Porcupine, South Dakota, on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation.

We are dedicated to helping children that have suffered or been victimized in their homes. Sometimes this means to give them instruction in Lakota Lifeways, and offering the Inipi, and other Lakota spiritual practices. Sometimes it means giving parenting training to their parents, grandparents or other relatives that may be care-givers. Please take a look at our videos, and meet the staff.

Wakanyeja Means Children. Wakanyeja has much deeper meaning; "Wakan" is sacred and "yeja" is translated to mean "a gift" Pawicayapi: to put them first. We believe that the 'Sacred Gift' is at the center of the sacred hoop of life, and they must be protected and nurtured. They are our future and the most fragile. Wakanyeja Pawicayapi, Inc. (Children First) comes from the rebirth of the Lakota way of life and laws through education, healing, and collaboration.

Wakanyeja kin wakan pi kin he un witaya naunjipi kte (Coming together because the children are sacred.)

A Special Wopila (thank you) to the Wakan Iyeska (Interpreter of the Sacred), Hmuya Mani -Mr. Richard Two Dogs, Wicahpi Koyag Mani-Mr. Richard Moves Camp, Ohitiya Najin- Mr. Roy Dennis Stone and the late Pejuta Hoksila- Mr. Matthew Bear Shield whose contributions and spiritual support are immeasurable.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Geronimo did not die in Pakistan !

On May 1st around 3:30pm President Obama
received a message from a Navy SEAL saying
"Geronimo- E KIA" the code meaning
Osama bin Laden is dead.
We humbly disagree.

Geronimo was a product of his environment.
A human. One with flaws. One with enough history
that the person charged with defining who he is
can shape the narrative any which way he likes.
People chase him today, just as they did then.
His story, or peoples versions of it,
lead us to this point where we are today.
But this poem isn't about Geronimo is it?

Saturday, May 28, 2011

Remember Wounded Knee

Monday, May 30 · 5:00am - 11:30pm

This Memorial Day I would just like to ask if people,
where ever you may be would take a few moments remember
our fallen at Wounded Knee too. . . The men, the women,
the grandmas and grandpas, the children and infants.
Wopila Tanka,
Calvin Spotted Elk


In Gedenken an das Wounded Knee Massaker...
an die Männer, an die Frauen, die Großmütter und Großväter,
die Kinder und die Säuglinge die sterben mussten, Danke !
Wopila Tanka
(Calvin Spotted Elk)

Zündet eine Kerze an.... in stiller Trauer
Wolfgang Schaefer

Monday, May 9, 2011

Dedicated to Mr. Leonard Peltier

Toad the Wet Sprocket - Crazy Life

Anyway now, it don't seem right
he is in there and you're on the outside
over Pine Ridge to Wounded Knee
there's blood on the ground as far as you see
crazy life

in the air i'am sensing a change in the weather
in the end the path is clear
does anyone remember here
did you all think he'd just disappear
crazy life
what have you done with Peltier
who did you think you'd taken away
crazy life

in the air i'am sensing a change in the weather
in the end the path is clear

burying won't stop it breathing forever
underground it takes to root

anyway, it don't seem right
he is in there and you're on the outside
what have you done with Peltier
who did you think you'd taken away
it's not over...

~In the Spirit of Crazy Horse~

Saturday, April 9, 2011

Native artist - part 1

Ed.E.Bryant (Hagwil-Gaa)

Tsimshian Artist from the
Gitando Clan Raven crest

Ed. E. Bryant, born in Lax Kw Alaams,
a small native village on the Northwest Coast
of British Columbia. Ed was raised by his grandparents
and inspired by the cultural knowledge of his grandfather.
Over the course of his life he has been taught
traditional values, including the history, mythology,
medicine and language of his people, the Tsimshian.

For over 20 years, Edward Bryant has been carving
his art pieces, in traditional Tsimshian style,
mostly out of red and yellow cedar, alder,
birch, maple and yew wood.

(Yuutaga´am ol - Bear Man)

He also works in bone, natural ivory, copper and silver.
Enhancing many of his pieces are intricate abalone
shell inlay work. The artist also creates dance regalia,
designs and is skilled in toolmaking.

He has collaborated with his brother Henry Green
to work on totems and canoe including a four crest
memorial pole, 9 meters high, erected in Prince Rupert;
a 4 meter column pole erected in Port Simpson;
and a 3 meter totem erected in Geneva. All art pieces,
such as an 8 meter canoe, were done with
traditional bent knives and elbow adzes.


Edward Bryant has also worked in a carving shop,
which is associated with the Museum of Northern
British Columbia in Prince Rupert. Since 1998,
during his stay in Germany, the artist has exhibited
his objects in several museums to great acclaim.
TXAMSEM, the mythological giant / raven,
made out of 450 year old red cedar,
was displayed in the North American exhibit,
with other artifacts, at the Lindenmuseum Stuttgart.

For a special exhibition, also at the Lindenmuseum,
called the " Die Kunst zu Überleben - Indianer Nordamerikas",
he also designed and showed two original prints, Raven
and Killerwhale. This exhibit was shown in January 99
at Zürich, Switzerland.

As of November 98, RHEESPUNT, the Bear Mother mask,
made of carved yellow cedar and painted,
was purchased by the Lindenmuseum Stuttgart,
as was a traditional Tsimshian longhouse model.
Both are on exhibit in their public display of Northwest
Coast native cultural pieces and arts.

KTSEMAUS, a birch mask, which represents a spirit
of the sandbar on the Skeena River, is currently
in an exhibition called " Winnetous Tod ", at the
Neanderthal Museum in Germany. Exhibits in 2000
include "Masken der Welt" in Burgfrieden/Ulm,
which represented 5000 years of masks of the world
and another one in the museum in Hagen,
which shows historical native pieces
and newer traditional Tsimshian arts of the artist.

Ed has contributed to literature on First Nations arts
and has given many lectures, workshops, radio
and television interviews, and seminars.

He has given guided tours in museums such as
the Dahlem Museum in Berlin,
Völkerkunde Museum in Frankfurt and Heidelberg.

(Thlaxs - Claws of the Wolf)

He has also participated in the opening ceremony
for the Canadian Embassy, titled " Raubwal und Sonnenfinder ",
in Bad Schwalbach. He has had a very successful
and fulfilling stay in Germany over the past few years.

(SU XSGYIIK A DZIIWS - Young Eagle at Dawn)


Thursday, March 17, 2011

Hau Mitakuyapi,

Preparations fo the 4th Annual Tusweca Tiospaye
Lakota Dakota Nakota Language Summit are well under way.
This year's summit is going to be held November 17 - 19th
in Rapid City, SD at the Ramkota Hotel and Convention Center.

I am once again calling on the facebook tiospaye
to help make this year's gathering a success.
donate $10 or more and I will put your name on the
"Summit Supporters" page of the summit program
and I will send you a summit program, an 11X17 summit poster
and a canvas tote bag with the Tusweca Tiospaye logo.

With your help we can bring Native people
from across the world together in our efforts
to keep our languages alive. Be a pat of the greatest
Native language gathering in the world.

Lila wopila tanka.
Thank you for all that you do.

to find out more about the summit.
please go to...... www.tuswecatiospaye.org/2011summit
(Source: Tusweca Tiospaye on Facebook)

Sunday, February 20, 2011

about Jim Pepper

Jim Pepper (born James G. Pepper in Salem, Oregon,
June 18, 1941; d. Portland, Oregon, February 10, 1992)
was an American jazz saxophonist, composer,
and singer of Native American ancestry.

Of Kaw and Creek heritage, Pepper also achieved notoriety
for his compositions combining elements of jazz
and Native American music. Don Cherry and Ornette Coleman
encouraged Pepper to reflect his roots and heritage
and incorporate it into his jazz playing and composition.
His "Witchi Tai To" (derived from a peyote song of the
Native American Church which he had learned from
his grandfather) is the most famous example of
this hybrid style; the song has been covered by
many other artists including Harper's Bizarre,
Ralph Towner (with and without Oregon), Jan Garbarek,
Pete Wyoming Bender, and Brewer & Shipley.
Pepper supported the American Indian Movement.

Awww, I like the Song "Witchi tai to"
One of the greatest songs ever ;-)

What`s in the Heart

Please help to spread the word.
This great project needs funds to complete the film.
The health crisis and teen suicide
in Pine Ridge rezervation is devastating.
EVERY LITTLE HELPS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
more information you can read in the following links...

The Translation in German language...
Das bekam ich heute von Kitty Farmer,
einer FB Freundin geschickt....

Bitte helft auch ihr unseren Freunden
in der Pine Ridge Reservation diesen
Dokumentarfilm zu beenden,
sie brauchen einfach jeden Dollar
um den Film "What`s in the Heart" zu beenden,
mehr Info`s und ein Video über das Filmprojekt hier.....




Thank you, Dankeschön, Wop`ila t`anka

~Wolfgang and doggies~

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Book Review - Spirit Walker

Spirit Walker
by Author Nancy Wood

The courage, determination, and powerful spiritual faith of native Americans
are celebrated in this remarkable collection. Nancy Wood's eloquent poems
reveal the unique wisdom and vision of a people who have been her friends
and teachers for more than thirty years. Frank Howell's magnificent paintings
evoke the beauty and vitality of their ancient culture. Poetry and paintings
together creata a haunting portrait of a proud and enduring people
whose great love and respect for the earth are valuable examples for us all.

Link to Amazon.com:

My help is in the mountain
Where I take myself to heal
The earthly wounds
That people give to me.
I find a rock with sun on it
and a stream where the water runs gentle
and the trees which one by one give me company.
So must I stay for a long time
until I have grown from the rock
and the stream is running through me
and I cannot tell myself form one tall tree.
Then I know that nothing touches me
nor makes me run away.
My help is in the mountain
that I take away from me.
Earth cure me. Earth receive my woe.
Rock strengthen me. Rock receive my weakness.
Rain wash my sadness away. Rain receive my doubt.
Sun make sweet my son. Sun receive the anger from my heart.

Nancy Wood

Thursday, January 13, 2011

Our new Facebook Fanpage

We start 2011 a Facebook Group (in German language)
to planning some native American information events in Germany.
We will start at eastern 2011 the first Event in Cologne or Trier
about the situation Leonard Peltiers.

Now start our new Fanpage on Facebook, too
You are all very welcome



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