Hey! Nope, only one Ryno and that's me. I don't post too often and haven't in some time. I still follow the lifestyle, but only pop in every once in awhile. I'm not trying to challenge you on this, am just curious if you care to explain a little further. How does using the term 'Indian', that the White European Death Machine gave, serve as a protest? Wouldn't a protest be to not use their words? Many natives and European descendants are ignorant of some of the tricks those lawyers, bankers and imperialists still use to draw us into their system where they can then steal our energy. The term aboriginal comes to mind. They trick natives into agreeing to be called Aboriginal, which comes with definitions, obligations and liabilities laid out in their statutes, and essentially contract away their Natural Rights. Normal. Abnormal. Original. Aboriginal. Shekanery. Anyways, talk to ya soon! Oh yeah, you might also like some of the podcasts at TragedyandHope.org and gnosticmedia.com/triviumstudy. I highly recommend getting an unedited book of Tragedy and Hope as well. Very, very illuminating. You can get a PDF torrent to download, which has had a few pages removed. If you end up getting into it, I have the missing pages that I can send you.
John Taylor Gatto is the man! Have you checked out the Ultimate History Lesson? Five part video series. Can get on youtube or on gnosticmedia.com/triviumstudy. I see that you put Indian Territory there. Forgive me for presuming, but perhaps you mean Native Territory, or Original Territory? "Indian" is the term the whiteys gave. Turtle Island is a good one too! Anyways, awesome that you home school. Have you read, "For the Sake of Our Children" by Leandre Bergeron? Later!
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