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I Dreamed …

Published December 25, 2019 by tindertender

… I was on a Space Ship.

I heard, “They Found Us!” And received a bag which looked like kibble for pets.

I was told “they like the salt” and I saw them … little round, slug-like alien creatures, and they devoured the salt kibble.

I looked in the river and there was a mound in the middle of it. There was a baby there, with its mother and father. The father looked dead, the mother barely alive, and the baby’s eyes were rolling around, but their bodies were not moving, almost as if paralyzed.

Then I thought of the biblical passage that states, “Ye are the salt of the earth”.

Nothing is as it seems …

The “Great Harvest” is upon us … and you’ve heard it directly from the higher-ups.

They aren’t even hiding it … sadly, the average human mind cannot fathom it as a potential/probable reality.

My question is, does the human actually need salt to survive? Salt is an ingredient in everything purchased. Everything. Are they keeping us nice and salty for a secret, or not so secret purpose?

“The minimum in a country like the United States is probably about 1500 mg a day,” Whelton said. According to the Food and Drug Administration(FDA), this is about the amount adults with high blood pressure should aim to consume each day. It’s also the daily amount the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends for babies under three years old.

Other organizations suggest that full-grown adults can get away with far less. According to the American Heart Association (AHA), the minimum physiological requirement for sodium is less than 500 mg a day — or less than the amount in one quarter of one teaspoon of table salt.

Do you understand? Let us repeat … According the American Heart Association, less than 1/4 of 1 tsp per day is needed to survive.

What is the real drive with food manufacturers and the amount of salt they put in Every. Single. Product?

https://www.livescience.com/61855-how-much-salt-do-you-need.html

Full Recognition Denied

Published December 10, 2019 by tindertender

NATIVE AMERICAN COP25 DELEGATION REMOVED FROM US EMBASSY WHILE TRYING TO HONOR MISSING AND MURDERED WOMEN

Photo Credit: Indigenous Rising Media

MARDRID, SPAIN – U.S. Embassy — Over 75 Indigenous activists and their allies demonstrated in front of the US Embassy in Madrid, Spain to demand justice for missing and murdered Indigenous women, two-spirits and girls(MMIW). The delegation was removed from the sidewalk by Spain’s National Police and followed for blocks. The police liaison with the group was held back and forced to show his documents.

In 2016, the Urban Indian Health Institute found that only 116 out of 5,712 cases of MMIWG reported in the United States were recorded in the Department of Justice’s federal missing persons database.

Photo credit: Indigenous Rising Media

Full article here:

https://nativenewsonline.net/currents/native-american-cop25-delegation-removed-from-us-embassy-while-trying-to-honor-missing-and-murdered-women/

Inaccurate counts of blood quantum have had an enormous effect on Native individuals and nations.

PAPER GENOCIDE: THE ERASURE OF NATIVE PEOPLE IN CENSUS COUNTS

Native people were excluded from the first 70 years under the U.S. Constitution, which explicitly regarded “Indians not taxed,” or those living on reservations or unsettled territories, as not countable.

Native people, in particular, are the most undercounted ethnic group in the census’ history. Native people were excluded from the first 70 years under the U.S. Constitution, which explicitly regarded “Indians not taxed,” or those living on reservations or unsettled territories, as not countable. In more recent years, the U.S. Census Bureau’s own data has shown significant undercounting. In the 1990 census, 12.2 percent of Native people on reservations were undercounted, according to the Census Bureau’s findings. A decade later, the census seemed to improve, with the bureau not reporting a statistically significant undercount. But then in 2010, it jumped back up to 4.9 percent.

This is particularly devastating for Indigenous people because of how census data has been used to help determine many aspects of tribal sovereignty, such as tribal recognition and enrollment.

Full article here:

https://rewire.news/article/2019/12/09/paper-genocide-the-erasure-of-native-people-in-census-counts/

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