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I don't know where Marty Stuart on his Badlands CD, got these words from Red Cloud, Sitting Bull and Crazy Horse. Legend tells us Red Cloud asked some mystical being that all tribes would be his, and that they would live forever in Peace. Sitting Bull asked that mystical force, "What treaty have the Sioux ever made with the white man that we have broken? Not one that force answered. And what treaty has the white man ever made with us that they have kept. Not one the force answered. Crazy Horse it is said said this, "I see a time of 7 generations where all the colors of mankind will gather together under the sacred tree of life. And the whole earth will become one circle again.

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As Marty sings in the same Badlands CD, "He hears voices in the wind. Telling him the second coming of the Redman is closer that its ever been. Those Redmen lived in a Community closer to having all things in common than anyone else ever did. As was written about the first saints in Acts.

How can we get back to those days? Why should it be such a problem about a home? If People fall under hard times, why can't we just let them live in their Homes until they get back on their feet? I think all Americans would pitch in as much as they can give,These Rainbow Warriors are this Generation. How much longer will we let the bs from the TV keep US from our mission? As even Obama said from a Hopi Indian quote, "We are the ones we have been waiting for.

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It will be a tough battle when the MSM will not even offer solutions. But as a Local Rock and Roll Band told me in the early 70's when I was a teen: "We are the Indians." We are the ones who are going to fix this Broken Promised Land. And this was the Promised Land.


If we don't learn from History we are doomed to make the same mistakes over and over again. The US of A is told over and over again, that we helped win 2 WW's. What we did to the Natives here was the cause of both. Think about the Jews in the Bible. When they went wrong other Nations took them over. So its been a bit milder for US, but it has not changed one bit in reality.

We are the Natives. What else has to be said?

This Young Troubadour Spoke to the United Nations. A Very important massage.

How Long Before we all Hear her Voice?  Some of you may have heard her.

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