On "meat shaming"

Neanderthals are not allegiant to any political borders or constructs of settler colonials.

Our ancestors make sharp tools out of rocks, and figure out how to survive in the coldest and most inhospitable places on the planet by hunting and hacking (with geologic, bone, or stone tools). We have the oldest and deepest understanding of essential Earth systems; indeed, of the literal homeostasis of the planet.

"By 20,000 years ago, most of North America was covered by two vast glaciers, so whenever Native Americans made it to Alaska, they most likely still had to wait until a viable route into mid-latitude America was made available."

"From archaeological data, we can say that the Ancient Beringians were likely present in Alaska from at least 12,500 to 6,000 years ago," co-lead author Ben Potter, a professor of anthropology at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, told Seeker.

"Interestingly," he added, "the tools associated with this group, including microblades, are very similar and historically related to the widespread microblade-using cultures in Northeast Asia, found in Japan, Korea, northern China and Siberia." [2]

Our Planet's Arctic Region protectors mourned at the loss of young Kelly Fraser, who was cruelly shamed into suicide last December. No obituary can account for the extent of ice lost.


More evidence that RCMP has been harassing First Nations people since at least 1950:

The Ahiarmiut: Out of the Way Dwellers

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