Monday, January 3, 2011

Happy New Year! We resolve to work even HARDER to shine the light on Pechanga's tribal corruption

Greetings Readers!    Hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Years.   We've been away from the blog for a week and thoroughly enjoyed spending time with the family.   New Year's 2011 brings us into the five year anniversary of the termination of Pechanga citizens who descended from Paulina Hunter.   Sadly, it's a year more for those of Apis ancestry.

We've had a good 2010, forcing the Pechanga Tribe to show their dishonesty as to what they have done to their citizens.  There has been a lot of visits from Congress, Department of Interior and even the office of the President has come to Original Pechanga's Blog for information.

For our resolution for 2011, we will work harder to bring what Pechanga has done to light.   WE WON'T GO AWAY.  The tribal hack who visits here has pushed that meme often.    NO, we won't give up.  We may have some people drop off, but we'll work to get them back and enlist other family members to do their share.   And we will continue to focus on how other tribes have done the same to their people.

We will continue to focus on Pechanga Chairman Mark Macarro, as well as the CPP's use of a felonious child molester.  We will work to get more people to stay away from Pechanga and hope to get some schools to refuse to accept money from a tribe that practices apartheid.    We will draw attention to tribal antics and see if we can get local news to cover it.

Please come and visit the blog often, join in our comments and let your friends know that their is corruption simmering below the surface.    


White Buffalo said...

My New Years wish is that all who have been treated unfairly by their own people and family receive relief as well as regain their heritage. United we must be for those who are corrupt care not for us they only wish to see us destroyed and broken. They laugh and sacrifice not for they have forgotten that it was our ancestors’ who were killed just because of the color of their skin and the land they possessed. Always remember that we are not casino Indians who have forgotten the past.

'aamokat said...

héngchish táwpash 'íipit! (Happy New Year!) to everyone.

This year, justice for us! It doesn't hurt to hope.

Anonymous said...

Maybe the gaming commision can start anew. I heard they terminated the one that Yoli discovered had a dirty drug test. Why wasn't the other one terminated. At the meeting I heard there was two and the one still there is in pgc managment

Anonymous said...

has anyone mailed in new enrollment applications?