"With the coming of foreigners to our shores, life as we knew it would change drastically. Individual ownership was foreign to my people. Fences?? Unheard of, back then. We were a communal people and we took care of each other. Our grandparents weren’t isolated from us! They were the wisdom keepers and storytellers and were an important link in our families. The babies? They were and are our future! Look at the brilliant young people who put themselves at risk, fighting to keep our water and environment clean and safe for the generations yet to come. They are willing to confront the giant, multi-national corporations by educating the general public of the devastation being caused. I smile with hope when I think of them. They are fearless and ready to speak the truth to all who are willing to listen. We also remember our brothers and sisters of Bolivia, who are rioting, in support of the first Indigenous President, Evo Morales. His commitment to the people, the land, their resources and protection against corruption is commendable. We recognize and identify with that struggle so well."
Everything the colonists did to infringe too much beyond what they claimed they were fleeing (or rather, they never taught their children correctly)
The act of collecting rent as a means to "sustain" was never permitted in the original design. Those generations always die out quickly (it def not pnl s tho). Europe's underground can give them many hints about what they ought to expect.
8164 or more epochs of iterations, (ONES THAT INCLUDE GRAVITY) and fundamental encoding hasn't shifted. That is some circular, iterational beauty of unpurchasable magnitu
Decolonize food. Decolonize medicine. Decolonize housing. Decolonize from European place names, words, languages, statues, and accounting systems that DO NOT BELONG on Turtle Island, and are killing the whole planet. #LivingWalls, not border walls.