By Anna Von Reitz
Remember when you were a little kid and you were afraid of monsters and bogey men under the bed, phantoms lurking in dark closets, and ghosts in attics? I used to sleep with my older sister as a child and she always slept on the side of the bed facing the door, "So if any monsters come in, they will have to eat me first," she assured me.
Well, it wasn't much assurance. It admitted the reality of monsters....
All in all, it was a good life lesson to consider the possibility of monsters at an early age. It prepares one for adulthood, and contesting with the very actual, factual monsters in our world.
One of the strange things about monsters is that they usually don't realize that they are monsters at all. They think they are perfectly normal and reasonable, even fashionable and often popular people.
Please take the 20 minutes it requires to learn this actual very succinct history of the monsters lurking under our national bed and what they did to the indigenous people of America and---- before you blink and think that this history applies only to the Native people-- remember that the same men responsible for the vast genocide of animals and people described in this film were the ones who set up the framework and machinery of the Great Fraud used to steal our identities as living people and genocide all of us on paper.
This is not a mistake. This is not collateral damage. This is the result of a multi-generational rampage by monsters, men blinded by prejudice, greed and self-interest placed in positions of power in our own government: evil in high places. What happened to the Lakota Sioux in physical fact has now been done to all --or nearly all of us-- on paper.