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GUEST,ollaimh BS: The Newfoundland seal hunt..good article (50) RE: BS: The Newfoundland seal hunt..good article 29 May 09


if you actually look at the pictures of gg michaelle jean and her inuit hosts in the rankin inlet what do you see?

i see a black woman from haiti who rose from poverty as an immigrant to the highest office in canada who is showing the greatest of respect for a traditional inuit greeting ceremony, especially a womans greeting ceremony. those odd shaped knives are ulas. they are the traditional inuit womans knife for many mnay taskc and those knives a symbol of womanhood in the north. they are a symbol of strong independent hard working women who long had equal rights in their traditional life before the european colonializers came.

but those same european colonializers see a "neanderthall", a barbarian",a disguisting display" and one peta spokeswoman said it was like supporting the beating of women in the middle east as a local custom.

these european colonial imperialists have never given up the selfrighteous moralizing they have used every generation to justify the destruction and humiliation of native people all over the globe.

and remember why the inu eat raw meat. try to survive ib the artic on a totally meat diet. you will die of scurvy, rickets and other slower diseases of malnutrition, except if you drink blood and eat raw meat.
raw meat and blood have lots of vitimins and minerals that cooking destroys. could those european rascist im[eroalist colonializing bigots be more ignorant? those people have a right to survive. they could not survive the artic for a winter let alone for millenia without their traditional diet.

here here for michaelle jean. she has shown by her own life that in the new land any one can make it and she has shown great respect for the natives who were too often abused during colonialization.


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