Here We Stand, At The Twilight’s Last Gleaming: “All Private Property Rights In The U.S. To Be Strategically Usurped”

“Here We Stand, At The Twilight’s Last Gleaming” These words are written past the midnight hour and I remember back to March 23, 2010 when Obamacare was signed into law at the 11th hour.  I remember it well; I was up almost all night, as it was around 11 pm that it was finished.  Never will I forget it: the injustice labeled first as a law, then as interstate commerce, then as a tax.  It was slipped under the noses of the people and slithered into the books. The thoughts were such: Never again could anyone actually be homeless/ a wanderer/ a “troubadour” and left to their own auspices…left be…now they were tethered to a system and enslaved by forced health care (one of the Communist Manifesto planks). Government would now be in every aspect of our lives with health care as the justification for inserting themselves into every […] Read More

Government is Named as the Owner of ALL the Water

Water Rights on the Ropes: The Last Round for Free Montanans vs. the Federal Government By Jeremiah Johnson This is a “rush” article submitted at the 11th hour of the battle Montanans are fighting to keep their water rights intact.  The average citizen is trying to defend against the onslaughts of the Agenda 21-funded, oligarch-driven EPA (pushing the CSKT water compact) and the Federal Government.  The battle is almost over and it doesn’t look good about one minute to midnight.  This battle is Montana’s “Alamo” of water rights and it is very important for all of us: a loss for Montanans and a win for the Federal Government will set a nationwide precedent. If the Federal Government and its lackeys win, the Iron Bell of tyranny will ring, and those reverberations will be felt throughout the U.S.  The feds will have established through state legislation an EPA measure as […] Read More

Hugo Chavez Steps Up for Native Americans and the Poor

Native American journalist Jodi Lee Rave of Lee Enterprise Newspapers was recently lambasted in a letter to the editor to our local daily for having the temerity to laud the donation of funds for heating fuel for the very poor Indian nations of the Northern Plains. The criticism was initiated by the fact that the donor was the Citgo Petroleum Corporation based in Houston, Texas and headed by the President of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, the man reviled by many Americans for referring to President George W. Bush on the floor of the United Nations as the “Devil.” How did it happen that the President of Venezuela reached out to help the poor and the indigenous people of the United States? After two major hurricanes devastated the Southern U. S., a group of U. S. Senators sent out a plea to the major oil companies to help low-income families with […] Read More

Mashkussuts: Bear cubs

When spring finally came to the country, the bear woke from hibernation. She got out of her den and said “The spring has arrived again.” She went for a walk to the place where most of the snow had melted so that she could eat berries. She left her children behind where they were still asleep. After she had finished eating, she went back to her den and took a nap. While she was sleeping, her children woke up and saw that their mother’s mouth was purple from eating berries. One cub said to the other, “Look, what’s that in mother’s mouth, sticking to her teeth?” The other replied, “Let’s get them out.” And they took the berries out that had been sticking in mother bear’s mouth, and ate them. The first cub said, “They taste very good. Let’s follow her footprints and see if we can find the […] Read More

Origin of the Sweat Lodge

Blackfeet/Piegan The Piegan tribe was southernmost at the headwaters of the Missouri River in Montana, a subtribe belonging to the Siksika Indians of North Saskatchewan in Canada. Piegans were of the Algonquian linguistic family, but warlike toward most of their neighbouring tribes, since they had horses for raiding and were supplied with guns and ammunition by their Canadian sources. Piegans also displayed hostility toward explorers and traders. Several smallpox epidemics decimated their population. Now they are gathered on reservations on both sides of the border. A girl of great beauty, the Chief’s daughter, was worshipped by many young handsome men of the Piegan tribe. But she would not have any one of them for her husband. One young tribesman was very poor and his face was marked with an ugly scar. Although he saw rich and handsome men of his tribe rejected by the Chief’s daughter, he decided to […] Read More

The Stories of First Sweat Lodge

A Blackfoot Legend The Piegan tribe was southernmost at the headwaters of the Missouri River in Montana, a subtribe belonging to the Siksika Indians of North Saskatchewan in Canada. Piegans were of the Algonquian linguistic family, but warlike toward most of their neighboring tribes, since they had horses for raiding and were supplied with guns and ammunition by their Canadian sources. Piegans also displayed hostility toward explorers and traders. Several smallpox epidemics decimated their population. Now they are gathered on reservations on both sides of the border. A girl of great beauty, the Chief’s daughter, was worshipped by many young handsome men of the Piegan tribe. But she would not have any one of them for her husband. One young tribesman was very poor and his face was marked with an ugly scar. Although he saw rich and handsome men of his tribe rejected by the Chief’s daughter, he […] Read More

Montana Governor Signs New Gun Law

Executive Summary – The USA state of Montana has signed into power a revolutionary gun law. I mean REVOLUTIONARY. The State of Montana has defied the federal government and their gun laws. This will prompt a showdown between the federal government and the State of Montana. The federal government fears citizens owning guns. They try to curtail what types of guns they can own. The gun control laws all have one common goal – confiscation of privately owned firearms. Montana has gone beyond drawing a line in the sand. They have challenged the Federal Government. The fed now either takes them on and risks them saying the federal agents have no right to violate their state gun laws and arrest the federal agents that try to enforce the federal firearms acts. This will be a world-class event to watch. Montana could go to voting for secession from the union, […] Read More

Star Wars – Episode I and II

Star Wars – Episode I      Accordin’ to the Romanian researcher Cornel Dan Niculae (“The Unseen war” – 2nd volume), the canadian company “Gabriel Resources” owns the license to exploit the resources of Rosia Montana/ The Red Montana, a region located in the Western Carpathians (Apuseni).     The financial investment was given by the Washington branch of the “Rothschild Bank”.    (Previously, durin’ the XVIII-XIXth centuries, the owner of the gold mines from Rosia Montana was a jewish named David Albert.)   Another canadian company, “The Gold Corporation”, got involved by foundin’ the romanian branch, named “Rosia Montana Gold Corporation SRL”.   The name beyond these companies is Vasile Frank-Timis, a “romanian-british-canadian”… jewish, who sponsored a lot of the Secret Services (SIE,SRI etc.) actions, next to this Ovidiu Tender.   There are rumours that the shadow-name beyond these is, in fact, the jewish billionaire Marc Rich.   “The Independent” (january 2004) […] Read More