A country that allows State-Sponsored human genocide under the Supreme Court decision of Oliphant vs Suquamish 1978 can never be credibly called a defender of human rights. To ignore the issue of Native American human rights is to fundamentally contradict the core principles of Human Rights for all people.
I ask again: Why are registered sex offenders allowed to enter Native American reservations to rape and kill Native Americans with impunity?
Last Sunday, I woke-up crying, thinking over how the US effectively and continues to commit an institutional genocide upon Indigenous peoples of the US.
Why are Native American people not allowed to sue non-Native, registered sex offenders who come into Native American reservations to rape and kill them within the US?
Is the US even worth talking about anymore? We know it never leads to anything good. The US seems genuinely too stupid to improve itself.
The following is a closer version of the finalized draft of Chapter 6 of my upcoming book. I'll likely be using Amazon to distribute it and I will try to make Kindle and physical copies available at around the same time period. I wanted to show how this chapter has developed from the previous post. … Continue reading Faith In Doubt: Sample of Chapter 6