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Indigenous Recall: The Return to Sanity

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by Ray Songtree
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Indigenous Recall: The Return to Sanity by Ray Songtree

Ebook - Indigenous Recall: The Return to Sanity is the indigenous edition of Vol.1 Lipstick and War Crimes Book Series by Ray Songtree, and was produced specifically for indigenous descendants, mostly Native Americans, but also Pacific Islanders, Australians, South Americans, Africans, and Asians.

Indigenous Recall has two meanings. Indigenous people are asking that the broken defective
dominant culture be recalled as a defective product. The other meaning is they have to recall,
recollect who they really want to be. Indigenous Recall places First Nation people as central,
which I believe they are. Technological, disassociated people will be dinosaurs soon.

"The Return to Sanity" will have meaning when the criminals at the top are exposed for all to
see. "Return to Sanity" also refers to rolling back the insane for-profit industrial lifestyle, which
has no future because of resource depletion. Modern lifestyle is unsustainable.

In Vol. 1 we begin to explore how our children are molded by social engineers who use the entertainment industry to sculpt gender and hijack sexual identity. The main female icons that young people are exposed to world wide are found to be puppets of this agenda. The dominant culture has organizers, as we will learn.

In the elite's pyramid, all of life and all people, indigenous and non-indigenous, are considered collateral damage. We begin with hijacked sexual identity and how this intersects with annililation of everything and everyone who is natural.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 140
Size: 9.9 MB
Publisher: Kauai Transparency Initiative International
Date published:   2015
ISBN: 9781941293171 (DRM-EPUB)

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