MUST READ: "Dying in Indian Country."

Saturday, January 3, 2015

Tribal Corruption killing Tribal Members: Help 'KICKSTART' True Family Story -

Drug abuse, Tribal gov't corruption, crime and child abuse rampant in Indian Country: Help 'Kickstart' this must-read true story under a new, active publisher.

Educate the general public and save lives - Lobbyist Jack Abramoff went to jail, but those who paid him and those who received his money did not. Tribal corruption and the paying off of Congressmen did not end with Abramoff. 

Our children - the children of Americans of every heritage across the nation - are now affected by corrupt federal Indian policy as tribal leaders have gotten not just Congressmen, but now Eric Holder and the BIA, to either create law or "regulations" that require courts to give jurisdiction of children of even the smallest amount of tribal heritage to tribal governments - who get more money per head. 

SD Senator Abourezk was the one who, following Wounded Knee, assisted AIM leaders and pushed for creation of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, pushed for the Indian Child Welfare

Act, and even had Russell Means working for him - on the Senator's payroll - WHILE Means was currently incarcerated for his crimes. 

Eric Holder announced on December 3, 2014, and DOI Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn announced more recently that they "will work to strengthen Indian families by finalizing new Indian child welfare guidelines for state courts and embarking on an effort to develop regulations that carry the force of law.” Eric Holder had stated that he would find ways to make it "permanent" - so that subsequent Congress's wouldn't be able to change it easily. 

Yes - it is true - and an increasing number of people are being affected as tribal leaders feign they are doing this for the "good" of the children. 

It is NOT about the good of the children. It is about power and money - period. Please help this book get out into the public. You will receive a copy of the book with an $11 donation. - 

You can receive a copy with an $11 donation toward the publication.


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