Editorial - Buffalo Slaughter Again - New York State
Still today 150 years after the slaughter of millions of buffalo in the western expansion of white men, the very obvious death knell that action caused to First American people was again played out this past weekend.
Killing MORE of our buffalo is totally across the line and only speaks to the malignancy of a people who can only think one way. "If it's in your way, Kill It".
Their false excuses are made of moronic thought process's any lazy man could come up with.
Here is the News about what happened the weekend of April 26, 2015! Buffalo Slaughter Again
I know I have to enter this Chaos carefully and with caution lest I am destroyed by my own acrimony! I look for solace in places that will offer same and then I can be of best service in helping to educate an ill educated populace.
I find that here in:
George Catlin’s Creed:
- I love a people that have always made me welcome to the very best that they had.
- I love a people who are honest without laws, who have no jails and no poorhouses.
- I love a people who keep the commandments without ever having read or heard them preached from the pulpit.
- I love a people who never swear or take the name of God in vain.
- I love a people “who love their neighbors as they love themselves”
- I love a people who worship God without a Bible, for I believe that God loves them also.
- I love a people whose religion is all the same, and who are free from religious animosities.
- I love a people who have never raised a hand against me, or stolen my property, when there was no law to punish either.
- I love and don’t fear mankind where God has made and left them, for they are his children.
- I love a people who have never fought a battle with the white man, except on their own ground.
- I love a people who live and keep what is their own without lock and keys.
- I love a people who do the best they can. And oh how I love a people who don’t live for the love of money.
- Gakina-awiiya (We Are All Related)
- “Teach us love, compassion and honor…that we may heal the Earth, and heal each other.”
- Ojibwe prayer
In that I am always conscious of various ways to educate an ill advised society to the possibility of a better way, I would like to share this video with you in the hopes that some will actually pay attention and begin the difficult chore of change.