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Trump: The Destroyer of Many Villages - Trump is clearly saying that violence against those he targets is alright. He’s even offered to pay the legal costs for anyone caring out violence if they’re arrested. What other message does one received when he says that protestors or dissidents should be “taken out on a stretcher”.

It was the Irish political philosopher Edmund Burke that stated: “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.” And that has certainly held true throughout so many of history’s worst atrocities.

But he is also known for another equally salient point in this election season: “It is a general popular error to suppose the loudest complainers for the publick to be the most anxious for its welfare.”

Let’s now turn 180 degrees away from this nonsense and look at the traditional leadership selection process in Indigenous civilizations. All of those running in the American election would be disqualified from consideration as leaders. Within an Indigenous political process leadership is conferred on the ones who demonstrated a completely opposite set of values, principles and actions. In fact, you would be disqualified for even suggesting that you should be considered for chief or clan mother.

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