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    LIVE FROM KIEV: Ukrainian protesters stay put one more day in Kiev

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    Unrest goes on in Kiev as violence escalates.

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  • Only a fool believes science. Gotcha. And I didn't say anyone isn't a descendent of Africa. Clearly people of all races are. But Melanesian people are actually the most distantly related to present day Africans of all the human races currently alive. So says all the genetic and archaeological evidence I've heard of.

    Afrikan Presence all around the world-Runoko Rashidi - Duration: 9:57.

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    this is a clip from "Afrikan presence all around the world" by Runoko Rashidi. For complete dvd over 3 hours long go to www.undergroundrailroadnet.com
  • there was bad stuff going on in Congo before white men arrived. It got way worse when they did arrive. Go read King Leopold's Ghost.

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  • Later that day, Jesse Jackson was asked about Bush's comments, and had the most hilarious response: "See, you didn't understand what the president was telling you. Sovereignty... is... sovereignty! As in sovereignity..." And I can't find it on youtube or any other site. Anyone got a link?

    George W. Bush - sovereignty - Duration: 0:59.

    • 7 years ago
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  • First you say you have "substantial" Native American ancestry, then later you say 2 of your 16 great great grandparents are native. That's 12.5%. Not really that substantial. If you've been paying attention to recent genetics news, you might have heard you're also about 4% Neanderthal.

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    Indios caníbales - Duration: 0:43.

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  • They are native to the Amazon rainforest in what most people today call Brazil, which is part of the Americas. So, yes, they are Native Americans. But this tribe did not know non-native people until the early 1900's. en dot wikipedia dotorg slash wiki slash Zuruah%C3%A3_people

    First Contact - Lost Tribe of The Amazon - Sunday Night - Channel Seven - Duration: 14:33.

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  • south american tapirs are not endangered. mountain tapirs from malaysia are. and not because of hunting. because of deforestation. give the white man his way in brazil and the indians and tapirs will disappear. this narrative is racist. just look at the tribes who've already been assimilated. they die of disease. they turn to prostitution and slave wage jobs. they turn to drugs and alcohol, forget their language and their vast knowledge of the plants and animals and how to survive in the forest.

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  • that video was made by racist liars, who mistranslated what the indians were saying and even used non-suruwaha indians to pretend they were suruwaha. it's racist propaganda and you bought it. vimeo dot com/14989062

    April talks about the Suruwaha Tribe - Duration: 4:00.

    • 3 years ago
    What I learnt from Sunday Night last Sunday night, and a bit of my thoughts on it.

  • Shall we not fight amongst ourselves? The US now has more Boricua than Borinken does. Why should we not have leaders and representatives here, too? Your leader on the island and these brothers from New York are on the same side. Chiiiiiilllllll. :-)

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  • Christianity has squashed out so much of human spirituality and culture, it's astounding. The Jarawa need Christianity like they need a smallpox epidemic. But dude, they're not being colonized by Christians. They're being conquered by Hindus. Same end result though. They lose their language, their religion, their culture, their knowledge of the flora and fauna of their island, and even their food. They lose balance with nature and become impoverished starving low caste Indians living in filth.

    Jarawa tribes' first contact with the outside world? - Duration: 0:57.

    • 2 years ago
    Mad dash for the boat! Excited Jarawa tribals jump on board the first boats of visiting anthropologists to relieve them of the bananas, coconuts and other supplies the visitors have brought along a...
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