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Original Peoples

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The Indigenous Movement is a term used to describe original peoples whose culture is still extant, that continue to perceive themselves as a distinct nation or tribe in opposition to the dominant structures and narratives of state-centric and market-oriented systems of social organization. One characteristic these ancient political entities share are systems of governance, cosmology, [&hellip... more →

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World Indigenous Movement

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World Indigenous Movement Background The world-wide war conducted by modern states, religions, and markets against indigenous peoples never ended; it just took new forms. State-centric and market-oriented international institutions presently pose a major threat to the survival of the world’s first nations. The World Indigenous Movement is now fighting the final battles to protect their [&hellip... more →

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Destabilizing Bolivia

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Last fall, Fourth World Eye examined the need to address balance in Bolivia between haves and have nots. Since then, the United States embassy in La Paz has funded violent subversion of the more equitable constitution supported by President Evo Morales. Overthrowing governments in Latin America is old hat to US agencies, but with the [&hellip... more →

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Drinking the Nuclear Kool-Aid

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Bipartisan bribery has all top US politicians on board with nuclear propaganda. After contaminating France with nuclear waste, a French company is poised to do the same in the US. With ongoing enormous subsidies from the US Treasury, the nuclear industry rolls along spewing carcinogenic toxins and corrupting Congress for the foreseeable future. Mother Jones [&hellip... more →

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Energy Transition-Draconian Measures

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Fourth World nations in the United States, Canada and throughout the Americas have often sounded the alarm about industrial waste, pollution of the environment and the need to slow demand for petroleum, electricity and coal. Why have nations indigenous to the Americas been so persistent in their calls for slowing the process of growth? Every [&hellip... more →

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