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Monthly Archives: August 2012

Permanent Sanctuary for Rescued BLM Burros. Please Help them get to Safety

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Thanks to an amazing group of people, 21 precious burros are going to a sanctuary, after being relocated FAR  from the land of their ancestors by a roundup.  The total for the BLM round up at Chibola/Trigo was 350 and 18 from Chocolate mule mountian otherwise known as Pala Verde round up.

21 of the Rescued Wild Burros will be going to CIRCLE RANCH, and 9 of them will be under the care of MARJORIE FARABEEof WILD BURRO PROTECTION LEAGUE at TODD MISSION RESCUE.   

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Hopefully we can add an extra 4 SA burros to TMR Group!

Photo ~ Carl Mrozek

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Photo ~ Carl Mrozek

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It has taken a Whole Village, including Deborah Hurley, Johnny Straitz, Christopher Gill, and Carl Mrozek,  to rescue these Precious Souls, at a total expense of $8,000.  Marjorie Farabee has taken the responsibility to raise the remaining $1,400 needed to bring these burros home. No matter how small a donation you can contribute, it all will help to make a giant difference in the life of one of these burros.

Please Click  { HERE } to contact Marjorie about making a Donation to help fund the Wild Burro Rescue Operation; or you may send a donation to Marjorie’s PayPal address at marjorief00@earthlink.net

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THE WILD BURROS JOURNEY TO THEIR FOREVER HOMES 

Photos Courtesy of Deborah Hurley

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Wild Burros Waiting in Temporary Holding

Wild Burros Waiting in Temporary Holding

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Down The Ramp to the Boat

Down The Ramp to the Boat

This barrier of Salt Cedar trees and thick reed plant blocks access to drink from the river almost everywhere along the river so BLM had a very good cover from viewers but behind this growth is a pen and a chute they drove the burros into the pen via chopper and then herded them down the second ramp to the boat.   It’s the silver boat that’s the barge; the yellow is contractors and BLM security wranglers ect. and then the two little white boats are BLM patrol security and overseerers.

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Speeding Away Down the River

Speeding Away Down the River

Speeding Away, Far away from the Home of their Ancestors after the Roundup.  Notice  that dense wall of reeds growing  that blocks the wildlife access to the river.

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"We're Keeping Calm"

“We’re Keeping Calm”

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Please Click  HERE } to contact Marjorie about making a Donation to help fund the Wild Burro Rescue Operation; or you may send a donation to Marjorie’s PayPal address at marjorief00@earthlink.net

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Connecting With Spiritual Energy

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Our reality is determined by our actions, will, thoughts, sensations, views – etc.  However, for no apparent reason we feel better in certain moments of a day compared to other moments.  We feel good walking in a forest or a park;  sitting in the sun on a beach; we feel good in the presence of a certain person, animal, plant  or object.

Are these situations correlated? Is there a secret logic of these feelings?  Is there an invisible spiritual energy that generates these feelings?

Many scientists have struggled to find the answers to these questions.  But the answers lie not only in science; they are also found  in the ancient wisdom lost for many people.  We all know the answers,  but we have to remember them.

Each moment is unique –  a perfect quantum sensation, an immense burst of energy.  It  is like  a rainbow reflected into a soap bubble on  a sunny day.  Our Universe was created in a moment of energy smaller than an atom.

This Energy that we, as people,  can feel and harvest through our own energy channels –  consciously and unconsciously, is what is  giving us the evolution, good feelings, joy, happiness and fufilment.

CLICK  {HEREto read more about Harvesting Spiritual Energy.

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Thundering Hooves ~ A Native People Event

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Matthew Black Eagle Man

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Granada Theater

Alpine, Texas

October 5th & 6th & 7th, 2012

EMAIL:  info@thunderinghooves.info

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Thundering Hooves ~  A Native People Event

A Gathering To Bring Awareness to the plight of the Wild Burros of the Big Bend and the Slaughter Bound Horse!   

Events Calendar

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Rod Rondeaux Crow Indian Cowboy, Multi Award Winning Actor  & Stunt Man will open the Thundering Hooves  Event with a Prayer and Blessing.

 

                      

Micki Free

Grammy Award Winner and Five Time Native American Music Award Winner!

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    

Mark Barfoot

Award Winning Native American Indian Folk Artist and Master Drum Maker

 

Mark will also be holding a Drum Making Workshop at the Kokernot Park & Lodge

Drum Workshop Information

Register for Drum Workshop ~ www.makeadrum.com 

 

                                            

Larry Yazzie

Award Winning Dancer ~ Larry has performed throughout the world including Japan, Australia, France, Ireland and Brazil. His captivating energy and enthusiasm inspires others.

 

 


Shea Keck

The Beautiful and Multi Talented ,  Award Winning Singer & Womens Jingle Dress Dancer.

 

Shawn Michael Perry & Only The Brave

Chart Topping New Native Rock & Country Artist.  

 

 

Lynny Prince

Published Author Poet & Musician! Will be holding a Special Book Signing.

 

Rod Rondeaux

With the Indian Stunt Ranch will  be showcasing Wild Mustangs & Rescued  Horses On Saturday, October 6th, at the Firelight South Ranch 4 to 6pm.

“I am a Crow Indian and we believe in honoring our four leggeds to disrespect them and hurt them is against who we are. I am only 10 and I know the difference horses are knowledge and medicine the more people that understand that the more our world will be at peace” Cheyenne Rondeaux

Thundering Hooves  ~ Save  Them For Our Children’s Grandchildren ~

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Matthew Black Eagle Man

 

 

Amber Taylor & Brandi Turner with Animals’ Angels

 

 

Marjorie Farabee”  with Wild Burro Protection League

 

 “I live with a sacred herd of rescued souls… I learn from them as my Ancestors did, I understand their pain and help them on their journey I am just a part of their circle and pray they will always have safety and be free from harm as it should be. Wopila”

Rachael  WAller Rondeaux ,  Multi Award Winning Photographer, will be presenting her journey into rescuing the West Texas 25 thru photos of then and now. Their story is nothing short of a Miracle. You will not want to miss this opportunity to learn the “Slaughter Bound Horse” is not just a reject with no purpose in life! Their eyes are full of life now ~ thank you Rachael, Rod & Cheyenne Rondeaux!

 

 

 

~ Throughout the weekend there will be opportunities to meet and greet Baby Donkeys ~

                                        ~ more activities TBA.

 

Souvenir Line Up

 

 Help us to be the Voice for innocent Wild Burros and Slaughter Bound Horses

All Donations are Greatly Appreciated!

Click here For Donation Information

To Those Lost ~ We Will Never Forget!

To Those We Cannot Save ~ May Their Suffering Be Short Lived and Their Spirits Soar!

Peace & Blessings to All,

Neta

 

The Ghostkiller?? Trilogy puts a new twist on paranormal fiction that empowers American Indians with the ability to change the world by changing the past.  Forget everything you know about how the west was won!

“I write paranormal, American Indian novels that weave time-travel, historical events, and the supernatural into rich and powerful stories.”

The Ghostkiller­­ Trilogy puts a new twist on paranormal fiction that empowers American Indians with the ability to change the world by changing the past.

Forget everything you know about how the west was won!

“I am very proud to be a part of this event which raises awareness to the wild horses threatened by slaughter. We must all come together to stop this insanity and protect these sacred animals.”

                                                                              Lynny Prince

 

Luna represents all that is wrong with the Slaughtering of our Horses.  The pro-slaughter camp will have you believe our country is over populated with un-wanted  horses and  burros and the only remedy is to ship them off to slaughter ~

Nothing could be further from the Truth!

 

                         

 

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CONTACT INFORMATION

Contact Thundering Hooves ~ A Native People Event
PO Box 49
Toyahvale, Texas   79786
           PHONE:  432-448-3914

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USDA Horse Slaughter Inspections Impending ~ Send Emails to USDA Now !

All Horses Go To Heaven

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In light of a Pending, or Forthcoming, Applications for Approval of Horse Slaughter Facilities in the U.S.,  (Roswell, New Mexico – CLICK HERE) please send the following letter, written by Laura Allen, of Animal Law Coalition, to ALL of the U.S.D.A. Email Addresses listed below.

SAMPLE LETTER:

Dear Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack:

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The Food Safety Inspection Service (FSIS) Administrator, Alfred Almanza, has been quoted as saying that the agency is moving quickly to accommodate two pending applications to open horse slaughter plants in the U.S.  Though as I understand since then, the applicant in New Mexico has withdrawn the application, and the Missouri applicant is beset with legal problems and was apparently not even the owner of the property proposed for the horse slaughter facility and cannot acquire any ownership interest.

Regardless, a horse slaughter proponent is circulating a “petition” to urge FSIS to move…

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Big Game Hunters Want to Displace the Maasai People, Stewards of a Threatened Land. Please Sign Petition.

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The last time this same corporation pushed the Maasai off their land to make way for rich hunters, people were beaten by the police, their homes were burnt to a cinder and their livestock died of starvation. But when a press controversy fol

lowed, Tanzanian President Kikwete reversed course and returned the Maasai to their land. This time, there hasn’t been a big press controversy yet, but we can change that and force Kikwete to stop the deal if we join our voices now.If 150,000 of us sign, media outlets in Tanzania and around the world will be blitzed so President Kikwete gets the message to rethink this deadly deal. Sign the petition now and send to everyone.
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CLICK [ HEREto Sign Petition Please.
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At any moment, a big-game hunting corporation could sign a deal which would force up to 48,000 members of Africa’s famous Maasai tribe from their land to make way for wealthy Middle Eastern kings and princes to hunt lions and leopards. Experts say the Tanzanian President’s approval of the deal may be imminent, but if we act now, we can stop this sell-off of the Serengeti.The last time this same corporation pushed the Maasai off their land to make way for rich hunters, people were beaten by the police, their homes were burnt to a cinder and their livestock died of starvation. But when a press controversy followed, Tanzanian President Kikwete reversed course and returned the Maasai to their land. This time, there hasn’t been a big press controversy yet, but we can change that and force Kikwete to stop the deal if we join our voices now.If 150,000 of us sign, media outlets in Tanzania and around the world will be blitzed so President Kikwete gets the message to rethink this deadly deal. Sign the petition now and send to everyone.

The Beloved Divine Goddess and The Spiritual Warrior

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COCHISE ONEPAW

Cochise OnePaw

Cochise OnePaw

The Beloved Divine Goddess, in the glow of the cool Moon, in the heat of the warm Sun, he hears her call ~ He is there to be of service and walk beside her as a Spiritual Warrior. The Spirit is not bound by the body so distance does not matter, when she needs him call on him and he is there, when she thinks of him he is there, when she needs rest he is there to hold her sacred space, when she needs space or when she needs love he honors the message unfolding from her eyes and body as words are not necessary in the presence of the divine.

The Divine Goddess if she so wishes may desrie a Spiritual Warrior to assist her, to walk beside her in her journey of love, joy, peace, blessings and co-creation. A Spiritual Warrior when in the presence of the Divine Goddess will know spiritually, instinctively and intuitively if he is to exntend an offer to be of service to a Divine Goddess to serve with his strengths, humbleness and purity of thought for her best interests and never his best interests as he is not self serving.  The Spiritual Warrior therefore is devoted to his Beloved Divine Goddess who has his best interest in mind & heart in all she does. They compliment each other as Moon and Sun, as Water and Fire, as Earth and Air, as Feminine and Masculine;  together they ignite all that is, all that was and all that ever will be.

When and if the Divine Goddess so wishes, the Spiritual Warrior if he so chooses shall appear.

Blessed be the Divine Goddess and the Spiritual Warrior for they thrive on the path of beauty.  Cochise Onepaw

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DANIELA URRUTIA

Daniela Urrutia

Daniela Urrutia

The Spiritual Warrior in the splendor of his radiant sun is felt as an ancient sacred mountain that has been carved by the water as he accepts his journey with a full heart.

The Divine Goddess sees and feels ALL of him and holds him as a perfection of creation.  As she dances through the cycles he gains courage.  By feeling the ripples of change, his spirit expands with innocence and wisdom.  He knows through his actions of selflessness he creates a web where she is able to hold the mystery of creation. They both are able to hear clearly the voice of mother earth and father sky.

The Divine Goddess shares the nectar of her being when the Spiritual Warrior allows for himself to be carved into a majestic mountain. He opens and enters the gateway through her body to experience together other levels of existence. They merge in the stars, celebrate life, sharing tears and blissful moments of experiencing the divine together.  They both stand as beautiful trees each in their power, each whole, each caressing themselves by their roots in the fertile soil and their strong sturdy branches embrace in the vastness of the sky. Together they serve all of life. The Spiritual Warrior shares a secret with the Divine Goddess that you are able to see when you gaze at their eyes. They both know they are free, free to love and to expand their wings to soar wherever Great Spirit guides them.  Blessed is the Spiritual Warrior that shines as the golden sun!

The Spiritual Warrior and Divine Goddess walk the beauty way through the belly of our Earth Mother.  Daniela Urrutia

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Please help exotic animals in Nevada

Please Stop Serial Animal Abuser. Exotic Animals Being Abused.

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BACKGROUND | SOURCE PETA

On Wednesday, August 15, the Pahrump Regional Planning Commission will decide whether to approve a permit that would allow serial animal abuser Karl Mitchell to keep tigers and ligers. We need your help to make sure that it does not approve the permit. Mitchell has been fined thousands of dollars and had his U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) license revoked for violating the Animal Welfare Act by, for example, cruelly withholding water as a training technique, forcing animals to live in enclosures filled with their own waste, failing to provide animals with veterinary care, and keeping large cats in cages too small for them. Mitchell is also currently under investigation by both the USDA and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for continuing to exhibit animals after the USDA revoked his exhibition license and for illegally transporting a tiger across state lines. He even shot a…

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Ancient Seeds of the Native American Indians.

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A rare archive of ancient seeds harvested by American Indians are preserved — and planted — at the Science Museum.

The drawers in the seed archive of the Science Museum host a variety of rare vegetables — some hundreds of years old.

Heirloom seeds: Kernels of history

Heirloom seeds: Kernels of history

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Deep in the bowels of the Science Museum of Minnesota sits a stash of ancient dried vegetables that few people have ever heard of, let alone tasted. There are beans of all shapes and sizes, quirky, squatty squashes and a dazzling array of “Indian corn” — not just the familiar “calico” variety but a rainbow of ears and kernels in blue and black, red and gold, representing the diverse tapestry of tribes that once grew them. The unusual archive of rare seeds is not open to museum visitors, but you can see some of its offspring growing in the Ethnobotany Project Garden in the museum’s Big Back Yard. “These seeds aren’t meant to be in a drawer in a museum,” said Scott Shoemaker, ethnobotanist (the study of how people make use of indigenous plants). “We want our project to contribute, to give back.”Shoemaker got interested in indigenous plants after discovering a generational “gap of knowledge” in his own tribe, the Miami Nation of Indiana. Elders, including his great-great-grandfather, knew the medicinal uses of native plants, but that knowledge was dying out, along with other tribal traditions.After World War II, when his tribe stopped growing their own corn, their native language faded into dormancy along with it, he noted.”Seeds are part of a much bigger thing,” Shoemaker said. “They’re part of everything else that makes indigenous people who they are.”Setting up a seed bankEven though most of the seeds, seedheads and petrified veggies in the archive are decades old, donated about 35 years ago by a private collector, they’re not dead artifacts. They’re living specimens, carefully preserved in hopes that future generations will be able to plant them and harvest their fruits.”We’re trying to add to the body of knowledge,” said Jackie Hoff, director of collections for the museum.To that end, the museum is working cooperatively with several American Indian organizations to germinate, grow and harvest seeds from its collection. Shoemaker also hopes to develop a “reciprocal seed bank” to redistribute heirloom seeds to native people.

Heirloom corn has a lot to offer modern food consumers, he noted. In addition to fuller flavor, heirloom corn tends to be more nutritious than today’s commercial corn, which is grown primarily for carbohydrates and sugar, according to Shoemaker. “Some of the [heirloom] seeds have been tested, and they were a lot higher in minerals than modern seeds,” he said.

Seeds in space

The Ethnobotany Project has even sent seeds into space, aboard last year’s shuttle Atlantis, to test the extent to which germination will occur in a microgravity and soil-less environment.

The seed archive and the research activity it has inspired are unusual, according to Shoemaker. “I don’t know of other museums doing this.”

Most of the seeds in the collection were gathered by one man: Twin Cities dentist and amateur anthropologist Wesley Hiller. Hiller’s fascination with ancient indigenous plant species spurred him to travel the Great Plains, the Great Lakes and the Southwest, collecting ancestral seeds from native people and archaeological digs and carefully cataloguing his specimens. Starting in the 1930s, he spent years building the collection, which was donated to the Science Museum in 1977.

Hiller’s seeds continue to get kid-glove treatment at the museum, where the archive is maintained in a carefully controlled environment. “They have to have a consistent temperature, under very tight controls — plus or minus only 2 degrees [Fahrenheit],” said Hoff.

Each specimen is numbered and tagged, and when seeds are planted in the project garden, it’s under strict “deaccession” guidelines (a museum-world term that refers to controlling how items in a collection are removed from the collection). At the Science Museum, no more than 10 seeds per species in the archive are planted at a time.

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The Dream Catcher

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Dream catchers are one of the most fascinating traditions of Native Americans. The traditional dream catcher was intended to protect the sleeping individual from negative dreams, while letting positive dreams through. The positive dreams would slip through the hole in the center of the dream catcher, and glide down the feathers to the sleeping person below. The negative dreams would get caught up in the web, and expire when the first rays of the sun struck them.

The dream catcher has been a part of Native American culture for generations. One element of Native American dream catcher relates to the tradition of the hoop. Some Native Americans of North America held the hoop in the highest esteem, because it symbolized strength and unity. Many symbols started around the hoop, and one of these symbols is the dream catcher.

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Dream Catcher Lore:Native Americans believe that the night air is filled with dreams both good and bad. The dream catcher when hung over or near your bed swinging freely in the air, catches the dreams as they flow by. The good dreams know how to pass through the dream catcher, slipping through the outer holes and slide down the soft feathers so gently that many times the sleeper does not know that he/she is dreaming. The bad dreams not knowing the way get tangled in the dream catcher and perish with the first light of the new day.
How the Dream Catcher is made:Using a hoop of willow, and decorating it with findings, bits and pieces of everyday life, (feathers, arrow heads, beads, etc) the dream catcher is believed to have the power to catch all of a person’s dreams, trapping the bad ones, and letting only the good dreams pass through the dream catcher.

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History of Dream Catchers

Long ago when the word was sound, an old Lakota spiritual leader was on a high mountain and had a vision. In his vision, Iktomi, the great trickster and searcher of wisdom, appeared in the form of a spider. Iktomi spoke to him in a sacred language. As he spoke, Iktomi the spider picked up the elder’s willow hoop which had feathers, horsehair, beads and offerings on it, and began to spin a web. He spoke to the elder about the cycles of life, how we begin our lives as infants, move on through childhood and on to adulthood. Finally we go to old age where we must be taken care of as infants, completing the cycle.

But, Iktomi said as he continued to spin his web, in each time of life there are many forces, some good and some bad. If you listen to the good forces, they will steer you in the right direction. But, if you listen to the bad forces, they’ll steer you in the wrong direction and may hurt you. So these forces can help, or can interfere with the harmony of Nature. While the spider spoke, he continued to weave his web.

When Iktomi finished speaking, he gave the elder the web and said, The web is a perfect circle with a hole in the center. Use the web to help your people reach their goals, making good use of their ideas, dreams and visions. If you believe in the great spirit, the web will filter your good ideas and the bad ones will be trapped and will not pass.

The elder passed on his vision onto the people and now many Indian people have a dreamcatcher above their bed to sift their dreams and visions. The good will pass through the center hole to the sleeping person. The evil in their dreams are captured in the web, where they perish in the light of the morning sun. It is said the dreamcatcher holds the destiny of the future.

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Belo Monte, An Announcement of War ~ Genocide and Ecocide in the Amazon – Wake Up World

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URGENT! – AMAZON RAINFOREST EMERGENCY.  STOP THE BELO MONTE DAM – World’s ‘AVATAR’ in REALITY.

  • GENOCIDE of Indigenous People by Government of Brazil
  • ECOCIDE of The Rainforest by Government of Brazil 
  • SUICIDE of the Human Species if Rainforests are DESTROYED

James Cameron says Belo Monte is ‘AVATAR’ in REALITY.  CONTACT your mainstream media; TV, RADIO, NEWSPAPERS. USE YOUR FACEBOOK PAGES to spread this story out.  PLEASE SHARE THIS *EVERYWHERE*

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For 30 years Chief Raoni of The Kayapo People, has dedicated his life to trying to stop the Belo Monte Dam from being built in his beloved Amazon Rainforest. Helped by the singer, Sting, and many other celebrities along the way, he has met many World Leaders, travelling extensively in his efforts to get the World to Awaken to the Catastrophic Climate Nightmare awaiting the World, if Brazil’s President, Dilma Rousseff, continues ahead with building Belo Monte, third largest and most inefficient dam in the world, in the Rainforest, along with a further 59 Rainforest dams, and over 400 in Brazil by 2030. If Belo Monte continues to be built it will bring Genocide to Chief Raoni’s People, to Shayla Juruna’s, and ALL those dependant on the mighty River Xingu for their very *EXISTENCE* They have tried everything they can think of to stop this dam, but Dilma Rousseff refuses to listen to them, to people around the world, to experts, to the voices behind the MILLIONS of signatures collected against this outrage..

Chief Raoni, now in his 80s, has vowed to fight to the death with his Warriors rather than let Belo Monte be built.

On the 15th June, 2012, on the eve of Rio’s Earth Summit, some of the Warriors, helped by friends, broke through the start of this dam, using shovels, pick-axes and their bare hands! A joyous message was sent out around the world and now thousands are starting to learn about Belo Monte. 11 of those who helped to break the dam, freeing the Xingu River again, are now possibly facing legal charges…As I write this, Warriors of the Xikrin Tribe, (related to The Kayapo) are now in their 17th Day of Protest at the construction site of Belo Monte, having stopped work on the dam by taking keys to the lorries and earth diggers.

This dam is being built illegally, whilst law suits against it are still going on. Judges who ruled against Belo Monte have been removed, then replaced with judges who ruled in favour of it. Corporations who backed Dilma Rousseff’s presidential election have since been awarded massive contracts for Belo Monte. She has refused to listen to the deep concern of the United Nations and Amnesty International about the callous way she has treated the Indigenous People. She refuses to listen to *anyone* it seems, and has turned from a woman who once upon a time, was a guerilla fighter against Brazil’s Military Regime, into EXACTLY the kind of Arrogant, Uncaring, Unfeeling Politican she once despised.

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Threatened by the construction of a huge hydroelectric dam in the Amazon rainforest, Indigenous Peoples of the Xingu River Basin fight together to prevent by any means what they consider to the makings of a terrible catastrophe with global consequences.

Belo Monte, An Announcement Of War is an independent, crowd-funded, feature-length documentary about the largest ongoing construction project in Brazil and the permanent struggle to stop it. The entire film has been uploaded to the internet for anyone who wishes to view it.

Visit the film’s official websitewww.BeloMonteoFilme.org

SYNOPSIS

“BELO MONTE, AN ANNOUNCEMENT OF WAR”

A Documentary about the largest ongoing construction project in Brazil, where both OPINIONS/DEPOSITIONS for and against Belo Monte point towards a environmental, economic and social disaster.

Belo Monte is a hydroelectric dam that the Brazilian government intends to implement right in the heart of the Amazon, on the Xingu River bend, near the city of Altamira in the Pará state.

The documentary “Belo Monte, An Announcement of War” is an independent and collective project regarding the project, that was filmed over 3 expeditions to the Xingu river region. It contains rich material on the BASTIDORES of the most contraversial project being planned in Brazil. The footage is incredibly IMPACTANTE, including interviews with the main people involved AND IMPACTED by the project, including Indiginous leaders (such as Cheif Raoni and Megaron), the Brazilian Attorney General (Dr. Felício Pontes), the president of the Brazilian National Indian Foundation – FUNAI (Márcio Meira) and local politicians in favour of the construction of the dam.

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