Category Archives: Indigenous People

Respect indigenous people

How easy it appears To kick a blind mans cane away To steel a pittance from a poor man On a foggy day The rich man’s jiggery pokery With phantom stocks and shares Can grab a pensioners savings As he … Continue reading

BANGLADESH and the open cast coal disaster

Phulbari in Northern Bangladesh The rice bowl of their soul Wonderful agricultural land Where the Santal take their role An indigenous tribe of people Ancestral their belief Worshipping their idols And the natural world True grief To hear the British … Continue reading

The indigenous women

Its the unnatural tsunami Great waves roll in and they Are smothered by the incitement That can often come their way A cultural confusion A lack of what is real The pre-existing formula That genuine appeal Historical and grounded Familial … Continue reading

Boarding schools

A reluctance to be humane And a refusal to care Indisposed and grudging Totally unaware Native children matter They are people of the earth They live where they found Themselves And give back all their worth These boarding schools Of … Continue reading

Dugongs and Turtles

So many nations have a blindspot Its appears to me Gifted with creative forces Whether on land or sea Australia has many Iconic creatures she Is blaise about their existence And their right to be Under Native Titles Indigenous people … Continue reading

Dr Birute

The worlds true primate angel A scholar of the wild Clearly her enlightenment Begun as a child Her grasp and her awareness A perception of the great Acquaintanceship with the red apes And there can be no debate This women … Continue reading

BRUJAS

In many ways so many have reached an impasse Ancestors became the forgotten past What is seen as corporatocracy That has no reciprocity That really is in conflict An aghast We stand together some now at the crossroads Disharmony and … Continue reading

Hopes and dreams and genocide

Below the lowest of poverty lines And families all destroyed by war The monetary system dismantled A country that lost all its law Genocide ravaged the whole population At least twenty five per cent killed Pol Pot saw to complete … Continue reading

The Canned/TrophyHunter and the Indigenous counterpart

The wild uncomplicated threat Of hunting in the raw Of understanding nature And what its all here for Of making ones own weaponry And squaring up to be Equal to the foe out there Whoever that may be For them … Continue reading

TAR SANDS From Alberta to Stroud with love

Having plans in place.for the catastophe They said it wouldnt happen but it does Remember all the problems with the pipeliness Through America DAPL Had that enormous buzz That saw the government pit itself Against veterans, locals and the indigenous … Continue reading