Tuesday, August 21, 2018

UPDATED! Missing Native Women NO BIG DEAL but MOLLIE TIBBETTS is a WHITE WOMAN IN JEOPARDY! CALL ALL THE NEWS MEDIA!

UPDATE:   MOLLIE TIBBETS BODY has been found    R.I.P.  More HERE   and the latest:   A suspect in connection with Mollie Tibbetts' murder is in custody and has been identified as a 24-year-old man living in the U.S. illegally, investigators announced at a Tuesday news conference


Sad story about Mollie Tibbetts, who went missing while jogging on July 18. I'm sure you've heard about it, because it's been all over television, People Magazine, news conferences every day, hours given to the latest minuscule evidence found.  $170,000 REWARD for information.    
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Contrast and Compare with Ashley Heavyrunner:

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WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE?  Could it be one is WHITE, while the other is NATIVE AMERICAN?   Both equally beautiful young women, why does ONE get NATIONAL MEDIA coverage and the other, forgotten?  WHITE WOMAN IN JEP sells, but Native doesn't? 

You be the judge, but learn more at MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGIGENOUS WOMEN on FACEBOOK.  Follow @DelSchilling  on twitter, she's been working tirelessly to get the word out.

7 comments:

Unknown said...

Interesting article. Just my opinion, but Mollie's eyes look as though she is at least part native American.

Unknown said...

Interesting article. Just my opinion, but Mollie's eyes look as though she is at least part native American.

Anonymous said...

That's right...it must be racism! Because EVERYTHING is racism....

Anonymous said...

It’s not necessarily racism. The facts are there. There’s is a lack of acknowledgement in the disappearances/murders of a minority group.

Unknown said...

I have read every article with the absolute intention of compassion and expecting a mysterious great tragedy going on here, maybe human trafficing operation with tragic disappearances. Instead, every article blames the police, government or white people. I personally know many Natives who are in prison, and I have had extensive conversations with them or their mothers, sisters, etc. The Native peoples of the reservations have had many deaths for a very long time due to drug and alcohol abuse and domestic abuse. Drugs and alcohol abuse will turn any person into Satan with no regard for human life. Who are killing their women? Is it their men? Did the ancestors not teach the young not to get drunk and fall out in freezing weather all night? There has been a serious problem of drug and alcohol abuse on the reservations for atleast 25 years. They wait on their government checks that are owed to them every month and they buy drugs and alcohol with the checks and their reservations have now after many years of this turned into impoverished ghetto's in many reservations.
The reason that they may be having trouble getting appropriate attention from the United States Police, FBI and government agencies is because for a lifetime the Natives have demanded to rule their own reservations, provide their own courts, law and medical. So there may be some contract still in place that restricts the U.S. agencies from getting involved. Until the Native Nations cancel that part of contract properly in order to legally allow the Federal agents and police to get involved.

Anonymous said...

So now you are blaming the oppressed? Would you do that with all oppressed peoples, say kids in inner cities? It’s this sort of stereotyping and generalizing that causes continued bias and inequity. It distracts you from the deeper issues. Yes, we need to all try to improve our lives but this is murder and unequal police/government attention. Bringing the issue of drugs into it just shows your own bias and excuses for justifying ignoring aboriginal peoples. Take all of that out of the equation and what do you have? Unequal treatment and government assistance toward a serious problem- murder at a disproportionate rate. Any crime specialist would see the inequity here.

Anonymous said...

My comment above is in response to the other person’s large comment above mine. Sorry if that’s not clear. I support increased attention toward solving atrocities against indigenous women/girls. We must not ignore any people. The entire world needs to value all people and demonstrate that in laws and actions.