Wednesday, October 23, 2019

KAMALA HARRIS in Quid Pro Quo Chooses Leader of APARTHEID Tribal Nation to Her Tribal Leadership Council

Bottom tier Presidential candidate for the Democratic Party Senator Kamala Harris has announcee her Native American Platform. She ignored the pleas of those who needed help when she was California's Attorney General, which we wrote about here  We hoped she would be better than Barbara Boxer. Alas, no, Kamala Harris so bad and worthless, we almost miss Boxer, whose son was caught bilking a Native American Tribe

We wrote in September, that she gladly accepted the endorsement of the tyrannical leader from the Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians Mark Macarro and now the QUID PRO QUO...a spot on her "leadership council".   

Mark Macarro has led the ABUSE of civil/human rights of Native Americans from his Pechanga tribe in Temecula, CA. We have reported about the APARTHEID and Segregation. He led the disenrollment 2 large families to control his opposition, disenfranchising tribal voters and keep the tribe under his thumb. A good democrat?

Key aspects of her Native Issues  plan include:
  • Honor tribal sovereignty: Hold an annual Tribal Nations Summit to hear from tribal leaders and youth and collaborate on ways to improve Native Americans' quality of life and access to justice.
  • Restore tribal lands: Push Congress to amend the Indian Reorganization Act (IRA) to clarify that tribes federally recognized after 1934 can receive land into trust; take 500,000 acres of land into trust.

  • Promote health equity: Maximize tribes' autonomy over their IHS programs so they can provide culturally competent, holistic care.

Mark Macarro Tyrant of PECHANGA Legacy Apartheid,Disenrollment, Banishment,Moratoriums, Civil Rights Violator

Family Pride, Mark Macarro keeps his COUSIN out of Pechanga
He's a soulless prick-eared tyrant!

The Miracle Worker, some call Mark Macarro Pechanga Tribal Chair, as last year, he pulled off a MIRACLE.  NO OPPOSITION for ANY incumbent.  Even Vladimir Putin or Xi Jinping couldn't pull that off, wel Jinping coulda, but he's a TYRANT extraordinaire..

While most in California will know Macarro as the face of tribal gaming, having appeared in many commercials promising increased benefits for California, most may not know of what he has done to his own tribe.

  • Oversaw the illegal termination of 25% of his Pechanga tribal membership, in order to consolidate power and increase the monetary gains from the Pechanga Resort & Casino,  for he, his family and the remaining tribal members.  While tribes determine enrollment, the Macarro-led council overruled the people's desire to end all disenrollments.

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Fake Nooksack Judge Ray Dodge Has NO Jurisdiction over Nooksack 306's Elile Adams Baby


Gabe Galanda, powerhouse attorney for the Nooksack 306 reports that:

Whatcom County Superior Court rules that Nooksack “Chief Judge” Ray Dodge does NOT have and has NEVER had authority over the custody of 
Elile Adams baby girl.

After two years of persecution, they are beyond his clutches.

If I might be the first to say it in print:  FUCK YOU RAY DODGE

Wednesday, October 16, 2019

LeBron James, China Isn't His First Foray into Ignoring Civil Rights Abusers: Pechanga Is an APARTHEID Nation

LeBron James
Laker Activist, sort of
LeBron James has been in the news this week for his willful ignorance about the abuses in China.  Choosing to smear an NBA manager for being outspoken against China, which could threaten LeBron's Nike shoe supplier's cash flow.
-Injustice Anywhere Is A Threat To Justice Everywhere- Our Lives Begin To End The Day We Become Silent About Things That Matter- #ThankYouMLK50
ANYWHERE?  Including at Laker's corporate partner  Pechanga where you practiced this year LeBron? Or is standing up for kneeling NFL players the extent of your courage to speak out? He just said the above quote last year, and this one

Friday, October 11, 2019

Pechanga Resort & Casino SUICIDE:Distraught Flight from Parking Structure?

Reports are coming in from sources that say that there was a suicide Wednesday when a distraught patron of the Pechanga Resort & Casino threw himself of the parking structure after huge losses gaming

Thursday, October 10, 2019

Native American Burial Site HALTS 405 Freeway Construction in Orange Country

Image result for NAGPRA images    A road widening project has been indefinitely halted after a Native American burial site was believed discovered in a construction zone for the 405 Freeway.

Construction workers who were excavating as part of the I-405 Improvement Project spotted the remains, including bones, on Sept. 25 at an undisclosed location. According to Eric Carpenter of the Orange County Transit Authority, agency officials are prohibited by law from providing a location or description of a grave or sacred places.

After consulting with the Orange County Coroner’s office, the case was passed to the California Native American Heritage Commission, which will try to find out which tribe the remains might be linked to.

“OCTA and its partners recognize the cultural sensitivity of the issue and will work with all parties involved to ensure appropriate and respectful procedures are followed,” Carpenter said. “It’s unclear at this point what effect, if any, it will have on the construction schedule or cost.”

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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Citizenship & Inequality in Native California DAYNA BARRIOS fo CHUMASH

Many of us opposed to the mass tribal disenrollment in Indian Country have worked with Master's candidate Dayna Barrios, of the Chumash Tribe and   Sacramento State.  Her thesis was now been published (link below) in 2016 and we are proud to have contributed to this important work.  We re-post:
Dayna Barrios
Master's Thesis on Tribal Disenrollment
Here's the abstract of her thesis:

Native Americans have endured many hardships throughout history. In modern times, tribal disenrollment is becoming an epidemic for many Native communities. Disenrollment is a non-traditional concept where an individual, or family, is stripped of their tribal citizenship. They are no longer able to participate in tribal affairs, they lose access to healthcare, cultural and financial resources, and the effects are detrimental to an individual’s Native identity and feelings of belonging.

Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Shasta County say NO to Win River Casino Relocation in Unanimous Vote.

Redding Rancheria Chairman
Jack Potter
The Shasta County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 on Tuesday to send a letter formally opposing the relocation of the Win-River Casino and Resort to Strawberry Fields.  It was a BLOW to tribe known for abusing its elders, and violating the civil and human rights of the Foreman Family, descendents of their first chairman Robert Foreman.

In its letter sent in August, the Redding council said it was also willing to work to help the tribe "identify alternative locations that will not result in detrimental impacts to the city and its residents."

In response, about 100 supporters of the tribe's relocation plan rose nearly in unison and walked out of the board chambers as Chairman Leonard Moty was giving the closing address.  OP:  BYE!

"I just want to say, just before you leave, I'm sure a lot of people are disappointed but I want to tell you I appreciate your civility," said Moty before his voice trailed off as people in the audience — many wearing red T-shirts that read "Support the Tribe" — stood and walked out.

The supervisors' vote echoed the sentiment of the Redding City Council. Those elected officials also voted unanimously to oppose the Redding Rancheria tribe's effort to relocate and expand to a site directly off Interstate 5.

Tribal Disenrollment a VIOLATION of the INDIAN CIVIL RIGHTS ACT?

Civil Rights attorney Donald R. Daines has written a post for us concerning the BIA and those with a "BIA Agenda", which surprisingly can be some tribal leaders. We repost that today.

The US BIA only violates Sovereignty when it is in their best interest. That’s why the BIA is known as the Bureau of Indian Annihilation. Once the BIA inserts the people its wants in power over the Tribal Nation, then when the People object and want their real leaders, the BIA says it cannot interfere because the dispute (which the BIA created in the first place) is an ‘internal’ problem which Tribal sovereignty prevents the BIA from interfering with. What took place in 1993 with the Oneida Indians of New York (not the Oneida Indian Nation that has existed for a 1,000 years as part of the Haudenosaune, but an entirely new ‘tribe’ called the Oneida Indian Nation of New York) is a textbook example of how the BIA (Bureau of Indian Annihilation) works.

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Tribal Membership Revocations: Disenrolling for Dollars

Well over $500 MILLION DOLLARS now.   Here's something from Dennis J. Whittlesey & Patrick Sullivan
This was first posted in JULY, but the timing is good to bring this back
Over the past several years, there have been a series of publicized tribal enrollment revocations of enrolled members – including former tribal leaders – and their entire families. While this phenomenon was extremely rare in the past, it is becoming increasingly and disturbingly common.
Many in Indian Country openly trace this activity from the date on which the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act became law in 1988 and tribes too often spending large amounts of their casino revenues in per capita payments to tribal members. In some cases, as tribal populations grew, revenue distributions were accordingly reduced to continue payments to all members. In other cases, the economic downturn that dates back to 2007-08 led to reduced casino revenues and, in turn, reduced individual payments. Still, many have linked dollar reductions in per capita payments to the increase in expelling members.
These facts are well reported and discussed below in some detail. The casual reader will ask how this could be possible, or even legal. Various legal challenges to disenrollments have been unsuccessful, whether they directly challenge the tribes themselves or seek to compel the Bureau of Indian Affairs (“BIA”) to intervene.
Tribal Challenges usually are made in the face of tribal sovereign immunity and are routinely dismissed. While the federal Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968 ostensibly offers legal protections to the victims of enrollment revocations, the reality is that the law is toothless and is not the vehicle through which individual Indians have gained much of anything in the way of rights protection.