Hey, not a biggie, it’s only the

…Hey, not a biggie, it’s only the Indians and we’ve been screwing them over since we landed at Pilgrim Rock … “whitey” won, they lost…


Mixed Emotions Over Wounded Knee Massacre Site Being For Sale

James A. Czywczynski of Rapid City, South Dakota bought the 40-acre plot where the Wounded Knee massacre occurred in 1968. He moved away in 1973 after the American Indian Movement occupation, and now he’s asking $3.9 million for the land.

Czywczynski tells theNew York Timesthis is a fair price considering the land’s historical value.

“That historical value means something to us, not him,” Garfield Steele, a member of the Oglala Lakota Nation tribal council who represents Wounded Knee, told theNew York Times. “We see that greed around here all the time with non-Indians. To me, you can’t put a price on the lives that were taken there.”

This land being for sale raises all the same questions raised last year when the sacred site ofPe’ Slain the Black Hills went on the auction block. The Great Sioux Nation was able to purchase the land for $9 million, but should they have had to buy back land that was theirs to begin with? The same question applies here.

Some still call the Wounded Knee Massacre of December 29, 1890 a “battle,” but by the end of it at least 150 Lakota men, women and children had been killed. Some estimates put the death toll closer to 300.

Czywczynski tells theNew York Timesthat he’s been trying to sell the land to the Oglala Sioux for three decades.

“They never could agree on anything,” he said. “They either did not have the money; some wanted it, some didn’t want it; it was too high, too low. I’ve come to the conclusion now, at my age, I’m 74 years old, I’m going to sell the property.”

He told the newspaper that if the tribe doesn’t buy by May 1, he’ll put the land up for auction. But the Oglala Sioux can’t afford his asking price. Treasurer Mason Big Crow told theNew York Timesthe tribe would have to borrow money to purchase the land.

And there’s discord among tribal members about how to proceed. Some want to build a memorial, others feel there needs to be some sort of economic development.

“Whenever we discuss this Wounded Knee massacre topic, it takes us into a deep, deep psychological state because we have to relive the whole horror,” Nathan Blindman, 56, one of whose ancestors survived the massacre, told theNew York Times. “Anything that might indicate that as descendants we’re profiting from our ancestors’ tragedy, we can’t ever do that.”

Read more …Wounded Knee Massacre Site Not a Good Investment for Speculators

Read more athttp://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2013/03/30/mixed-emotions-over-wounded-knee-massacre-site-being-sale-148463

this has been WALMART standard operating procedure for decades

And of course this is a NEW development and therefore solely Obama’s fault … right … this has been WALMART standard operating procedure for decades…

Companies cut hours of full-time employees to avoid providing health care under new rules

03-31-2013  •  The Guardian

In January, a janitor received chilling news from one of her superiors, who had met with upper management. The company was considering cutting full-time employee hours down below 30 per week in order to avoid paying for Obamacare.

and we can take that to the bank, right…?


…and of course Arizona’s corporate dominated state legislators will quickly take actions which permit our “poor” to obtain loans from those vestiges of integrity … Bank of America … Wells Fargo … Chase … Citi…

…and we can take that to the bank, right…?

always honestly evaluate and consider the “little guy”


…actually there is NO struggle as APS … Az Land Dept … Az Corp Commissioners … always honestly evaluate and consider the “little guy” …

… and if you believe that I have some ocean front property in Arizona for $ale I want to discuss with you …

holds the secret master de-coder-ring

…And of course only this center holds the secret master de-coder-ring allowing them to solely determine just how and how one is “judged” by them to be an anti-government-American…

Fusion center director: We don’t spy on Americans, just anti-government Americans

03-31-2013  •  http://rt.com

Law enforcement intelligence-processing fusion centers have long come under attack for spying on Americans. 

it is all a matter of definition

… Security … working together … it is all a matter of definition … application … and precisely whose hand is on the controls …

Skynet’ Drones Work Together for "Homeland Security"

03-29-2013  •  Daily Paul.com 

Professor Raffaello D’Andrea demonstrates the amazing capability of drones that can communicate with each other, technology he admits could be open to "abuse" and is "incredibly dangerous."

see the wisdom in the questions these folks are posing…?

… You think our pro-corporate Arizona Corporation Commi$$ioners will be able


to see the wisdom in the questions these folks are posing…?