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And SUNKA Came to the Oyate

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What is the REAL relationship between DOG and PEOPLE, offered by Creation?

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Energy Transfer Inc. at Standing Rock Protest
Energy Transfer Inc. at Standing Rock Protest
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Sunka
Sunka
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Meditate on these two images and remember what the REAL relationship is between DOG and people. Just as dolphins have been trained (forced) to be used in naval warfare, so too has DOG been misused and abused to separate him from his sacred relationship with the Standing Rock People. This is truth and it should be known.

Energy Transfer Inc. and invested owners of the proposed North Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), have begun psychological warfare against peaceful protestors near the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation. It will be a challenge for the persecuted to stay vigilant, stay strong and stay true to their beliefs. So far the People have remained nonviolent in the face of dog attacks on their bodies and their horses, while facing extreme psychic trauma in the form of desecration of graves and sacred sites. On Saturday "sacred places containing ancient burial sites, places of prayer and other significant cultural artifacts of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe were destroyed by Energy Transfer Partners," Tribal Chairman David Archambault II said in a press release.

"Dogs usually play the role of loyal helpers and friends in Native American folklore, just as they do in most other world mythology. Many Native American folktales have to do with the proper treatment of dogs-- people who are kind and generous to their dogs are often rewarded, while people who abuse, disrespect, or even annoy dogs are harshly punished." See LINK.

I heard from one of the Oyate that one of the Sunka turned and bit its handler.

This is true.

 

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Georgianne Nienaber is an investigative environmental and political writer. She lives in rural northern Minnesota, New Orleans and South Florida. Her articles have appeared in The Society of Professional Journalists' Online Quill (more...)
 

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