You know I know, right?

You know that I know about The Cleaner, right? Por supuesto que sí. Después de todo este tiempo, ¿todavía no entiendes?  Ellos me dicen. Los antepasados y Otros me lo dicen.

International Gaming and Missing and Murdered Women and Children

Last week, I listed Indian casinos that actively participate in The Fuckery, what may be the largest sex trafficking network in the world. I do not know that definitively but their reach includes the following casinos, that where easier, have been separated out by company rather than country: Genting Casinos: UK (Birmingham, London and More), … Continue reading International Gaming and Missing and Murdered Women and Children

Human Trafficking Is Not Traditional, Except When It Is

One of the myths about human trafficking is that it's not traditional. However, the phenomenon of human trafficking, particularly that of children and women from Indian Country, is entwined in the histories of indigenous peoples all over, including those in North America. That we've put them 'out of sight, out of mind' physically, educationally, and … Continue reading Human Trafficking Is Not Traditional, Except When It Is

Indian Gaming and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

  The Fuckery, the name I've given this sex trafficking network, would not exist without the active participation of Native American-owned casinos. According to the National Indian Gaming Association's Fact Sheet from 2015, in 28 states there were 317 Indian casinos with Class II and Class III machines and they reported revenues of $29.9 Billion … Continue reading Indian Gaming and Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

I see you. Thank you.

Dene Thá, Poplar Hill, Acho Dene NWT, Fort Nelson, Bad River, Pictou.  Thank you. Tobique, Windigo, Shibogama, Paawidigong, Wabuskang, Munsee Delware, Tetoten Community, Kwikwetlen, Semilahmoo, Marmora Mine, Curve Lake, Hiawatha, Aldervil, Tyendinaga, Bay Qunite.  Thank you. Leqand, Sumas, Swantlen, Matsqui, Sapotaweyak, Nisgaa, Okanagan, Chiniki, Treaty 8, Paul, Enoch and Alexander First Nations. Thank you. Skwah, … Continue reading I see you. Thank you.