Every single piece of art we share on facebook diminishes us and makes the enemy (Republican patriarchal society) more powerful. Facebook needs Republican patriarchal society to continue the delusion that settler colonialism is okay. Its entire business model is to actively censor and mute and bury our news and stories as it tries desperately to keep floating the dominant narrative of white supremacy. It wants everybody talking about the two-party political system, because thus far, white supremacy has been its biggest sugar daddy. It knows it can't make money off displaced indigenous peoples exposing the corruption and lies in the system, so it silences us in sort of an echo chamber, where no news that matters can make it mainstream.
The National Association of Realtors is the number one partner of the Republican patriarchal society: landlording, fascist police evicting people, and unchecked corruption are all hallmarks of the fascists who have never stopped murdering the native inhabitants of Turtle Island. Everything becomes whitewashed underneath the false pretenses of American democracy.
Native democracy was different. Indigenous people, and those who support indigenous movements to take back the land need to operate outside of enemy territory if we are to preserve our unique ability to thrive in any condition. This is why I built and maintain Ecosteader.
Have I been largely unsuccessful in convincing people to leave enemy territory, or are they simply not able to understand that they can and should leave it? I'm really worried that the insidiousness of facebook's "business model" is making strong people weak. So many people stuck in that death trap.
People don't need facebook's network; it should not "own" any part of a person's or a group's or an organization's amplification. The more people who leave loudly and with all the logic of pure truth that we who are truly decolonizing can obtain, the weaker our enemy will become.
Seems like an overwhelming task on a global scale, but not really. Colonialism happened on a global scale, causing global pain; colonialism gets taken out with maximum pain to those perpetuating it.
Consequences of failing to dismantle colonialism soon enough (much much past expiry), such as #ClimateChange, are sadder for the world of the MAGAs than their saddest country song.
The delusions of capitalism and Christianity don't float; they sunk and burned out long ago. If you want drama, those are your guys.
"Democrats are also worried about the revolt continuing to grow in size. While they are quite happy to pay lip-service to voices on the streets and repeat movement slogans, they are still fundamentally opposed to not only abolitionist politics, but even basic reforms like drastically defunding the police. This is quite simply because the Democrats support Trump’s overall project of militarization and class war and realize that they want a strong police force in place as the American project continues to break down."
But we don't center on anything even remotely related to what the MAGAs care about.
Melg'puguasit, we stand with Wet'suwet'en. Decolonize: "Traditional Ecological Knowledge" (TEK) is the only thing that can help humans as a colonized planet continues to sink deeper into the chaos and destruction of broken, inequitable, and faulty systems that value money over Earth's many forms of life.
We encourage you to join us on a better path as we build and participate in an Ecological Democracy that includes #AllThePeople as envisioned by Mark Charles, a Navajo Nation member running as an Independent candidate for President. #LivingWalls, not border walls. The Earth does not sustain white supremacists.