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The most primitive tribe of the planet :The Toulambi (Original of 2322esther by Miri)

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Uploaded on May 31, 2011

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This meeting is absolutely real ...not is Fake ...as many would like it to be!

En pleno siglo XXI el equipo de Jean-Pierre Dutilleaux explorador y etnógrafo tuvieron el privilegio de contactar en 1998 ,luego de muchos obstáculos,con Los Toulambis una tribu que jamás había visto a un hombre blanco,ni se habían relacionado con el mundo exterior.
Ellos no creían en la existencia del hombre blanco y cuando vieron a Jean-Pierre creyeron que se trataba de un muerto viviente.
En su estado más puro y viviendo de manera tan primitiva como en la prehistoria,ellos no conocen la rueda ni nada que no sea el medio que los rodea.
Viven de la caza en las selvas de Papúa ,Nueva Guinea.
Por primera vez en sus vidas probaron el arroz,que sólo les gustó con sal.
Los golpes en su cabeza significa que les agrada la comida.

Es increíble ver sus rostros de miedo,desconfianza y mucho asombro ante las cosas absolutamente nuevas y extrañas que descubrían,como el metal,los espejos,el plástico,los equipos de filmación , la música grabada y el oír sus propias voces en el grabador.
Permanecieron tres días cerca del campamento y el último día permitieron recibir medicinas.
Antes de partir ofrecieron una danza y cantos de su tribu,luego se fueron marchando hasta perderse en la espesura de la selva...su hogar. Esther by Miri



Jean-Pierre Dutilleux nació en Malmedy, Bélgica es director,etnógrafo,explorador y defensor de los derechos de los indios
En 1973 hizo su primer contacto con la tribu hostil los Txuccaramaes (los que pegan a golpes con palos) de los Kayapó, del salvaje corazón del Matto Grosso ,allí casi pierde la vida en manos de la tribu,el cacique Raoni le salvó la vida.
Desde entonces Jean Pierre se dedicó a salvar el territorio de esta tribu,del gobierno de ese país,realizando una gira mundial con el cacique Raoni donde los recibieron los altos mandatarios ,la nobleza y el Papa Juan Pablo II
El mensaje de Raoni era "Mi nombre es Raoni, yo soy el jefe de los Kayapó. La gente está destruyendo la selva, están exterminando los animales salvajes, hiriendo de muerte a mi pueblo, matando a la Tierra. Ayúdenme, antes de que sea demasiado tarde!"
Dutellieux recorrió los lugares más remotos en busca de tribus primitivas ,como los Toulambis que viven como en la Edad de Piedra y están siendo diezmados por la tala de sus bosques,y por las enfermedades como la malaria.
El les lleva medicamentos y se encarga de ayudarlos a proteger sus derechos y territorios tribales.Esther by Miri




In the full XXI century, the team of Jean-Pierre Dutilleaux explorer and ethnographer had the privilege of contact in 1998, after many obstacles,with The Toulambis a tribe that had never seen a white man, or had been involved with the outside world.
They did not believe in the existence of the white man and when they saw Jean-Pierre thought it was a living dead.
In its purest and most primitive living so as in prehistoric times, they do not know the wheel or anything other than the environment around.
Live of hunting in the jungles of Papua, New Guinea.
For the first time in their lives tried the rice, liked only with salt.
Blows to the head means that they like the food.
It is amazing to see their faces in fear, distrust and much astonishment at the absolutely new and strange things they discovered, such as metal, mirrors, plastic, film crews, recorded music and hearing their own voices on the recorder.
Spent three days near the camp and the last day allowed to receive medicines.
Before leaving, offered a dance and songs of his tribe, then were going to get lost in the dense jungle ... your home. Esther by Miri

Jean-Pierre Dutilleux was born in Malmedy, Belgium, director, anthropologist, explorer and defender of Indian rights
In 1973 he made his first contact with the hostile tribe Txuccaramaes (those who hit with sticks) of the Kayapo, the savage heart of Matto Grosso, where nearly lost his life in the hands of the tribe, the chief Raoni saved his life .
Since then, Jean Pierre was dedicated to saving the territory of this tribe, of government of that country, making a world tour with the chief Raoni where senior leaders, the nobility and Pope John Paul II ,the received
Raoni's message was "My name is Raoni, I am the chief of the Kayapo. People are destroying the forest, are wiping out wildlife, fatally wounding my people, killing the Earth. Help me, before it too late! "
Dutellieux visited the most remote places in search of primitive tribes, as the Toulambis ,that live as in the Stone Age and are being decimated by logging of their forests, and diseases like malaria.
He leads them medication and is responsible for helping to protect their rights and tribal lands. Esther by Miri

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