Saturday, 11 April 2015
DOCUMENTARY ON THE GENOCIDE OF THE AKUNTSU TRIBE & THE ONGOING GENOCIDE OF AMERINDIAN TRIBAL NATIONS IN RONDONIA STATE BRAZIL TO THIS DAY
Here 3 of the 4 Akuntsu women left on Earth try to learn how to hunt with bow & arrows, traditionally a man's occupation....but only 2 men are left alive, and one is very old.
This documentary (see link below) on the brutal GENOCIDE that is STILL occurring in Rondonia Brazil, was made in 2004, in it you will see the LAST native man of a tribe that was exterminated in just the last 15 years before their name could be known to us, another 3 natives (2 adults and 1 child) who are the LAST surviving members of the 'Kano-ay' tribe that was only contacted 10 years before this film (in 1994) - but was exterminated by rich Timber, Cattle and Soybean landowners and the mercenaries they own, and the Ukuntsu Tribe, once numbering in the THOUSANDS less than 2 decades ago - but of whom only 6 remain alive...
One Brazilian rancher alone called Antonio Jose killed 400 Amerindians on his ranch and was never arrested for it, another evil bastard wealthy landowner called Antenor Duarte - is responsible for over 34 MASSACRES of native communities in Rondonia - yet remains above the law in Rondonia because his money buys him immunity (his pal the Governor being a fellow Timber baron and the Secretary of the Environment being a fellow Cattle Rancher certainly helps him as well)...and some people have the audacity to say 'violence solves nothing'...easy for YOU (who never faced death in your life) to say such crap in the safety of your comfy living room far away from the continuing work of Columbus on the frontiers of western 'uncivilization'....everyone in the world that you knew was not hunted down and slaughtered like these innocent people....when the 'law' protects the evil - we have NO-OTHER-CHOICE but to dispense VIGILANTE JUSTICE...
These evil ranchers must be hunted down and killed individually to stop them from hunting down and killing innocent natives collectively. Is YOUR idea of a solution - to pray and hope for justice to maybe 'one day come' while thousands die in the meantime - better than my solution to act today and remove such evil men from our midst as swiftly as possible? Which one of our solutions saves the most innocent lives? Not yours obviously - or we would not be talking about entire tribes STILL being exterminated by a handful of evil rich bastards!
They cut off all their hair in mourning for everyone else in their tribe has been murdered.
AKUNTSU GENOCIDE DOCUMENTARY