Interview: Native Americans are facing a new threat according to Casey Camp Horinek

"Should the system collapse, we indigenous people will survive, we do know that." He tribe was forcibly displaced by the US government over a century ago. Today, she is speaking out about a new threat Native Americans face. However, Casey Camp Horinek hasn't lost hope. This is her message.

10/10/2019 6:54 AM
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  • Cory W.
    5 days

    like we all havent been surviveing since the begining of human history, shame on u elder

  • Karen F.
    5 days

    Amen <3

  • Glute R.
    5 days

    The system Will callapse. The history is very clear on that. Anyone thinking otherwise is a complete moron.

  • Maree C.
    5 days

    Well said. The indigenous people of all Countries looked after the land with care and respect. We should learn from them to ensure we leave a healthy world for generations to come.

  • Philippa R.
    5 days

    Many indigenous peoples will, as those who are connected to the ways of Mother Earth. However equally there are many who wouldn’t. There are huge alcohol and drug issues as a result of a detachment from a way of living that served them for many generations. Modern society has not been kind. It’s inevitable that society as we know it, will collapse whether by degree or other. It has outrun its course. Often seeming like we are all in some great big Hollywood film drama funded by the big money boys and orchestrated by the architects of their epic of an epoch.

  • Margaret G.
    5 days

    And so you should you understand the earth and empathize with it and it is your place before it was taken from you as happened in other countries

  • Ivan J.
    5 days

    Your the TRUE Americans

  • Wong C.
    5 days

    only 50 years ...

  • Patrick G.
    5 days

    Un message différent, pertinent, humaniste à opposer aux collapsistes et autres diseuses de « mauvaise aventure » ! Il faut remettre l’homme à sa place, parmi les « hiérarchies des anges », réapprendre ce qu’est un besoin, rompre avec « l’économique » comme valeur fondamentale... Quelques pistes de réflexion...

  • Gary T.
    5 days

    Long live the indigenous.

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  • Victor A.
    5 days

    The indigenious people of america lived and survived without morenities for centuries then the land that was theirs and what they originally owned were stolen from them by the government .it is them that truly owns the land given to them by God. Modernities will cime to an end when all natural resources becomes totally depleted and when that time comes only they will survive as they have been born to live and respect the nature that has provided them in all the centuries they live befire colonization destroyed their natural habitats.

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  • Pascale S.
    5 days

    We should learn from them...they Have the clue...

  • Regis B.
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  • Michele L.
    5 days

    She has so much wisdom to share. Worth listening to.

  • Kent R.
    5 days

    What a wise woman.......although I fear it's too late. 😔😔😔

  • Marilu S.
    5 days

    We all should listen to her, she is right, there is hope.

  • Zelena R.
    5 days

    Thank you from all my heart!!!