The Tehuelche Indians of Patagonia wear clothing and long hair that exaggerates their height. They were definitely taller than the 16th-century Europeans who first saw them. There were about 6,000 Tehuelches left in 2001. Candidate for: Patagonian giant.

In Patagonia guanaco camel furs are worn, the furs are turned inside out and the shin is decorated

Patagonia and the Selk’nam People  - There was a genocide of the local Selk’nam or ‘Ona peoples during the gold rush, the drive to acquire farm land and in the Argentine drive to secure land.  Large farming companies paid £1 for each dead Selk’nam.  The £1 was redeemed against a pair of hands, a pair of ears or, later, a head. Last of the Selk’nam people died in 1974.

Patagonia and the Selk’nam People

Selknam, Hain Ceremony, Tierra Del Fuego By Martin Gusinde, 1923 Kataix, spirit of the hain ceremony Klóketen.

Sanoran desert, Mexico, Native Americans and compassionate people are the real masters of earth 4 life, conquerors are just robots 4 murder and genocide, wake up world and don't support evil in any way, go vegan and self-sufficient, http://dammebleustartgate2freedom.blogspot.ca/2013/09/how-to-heal-radiation-and-cancer-with.html

Desert with Phacelia (Scorpion Weed). Flowering once in several years. Desert with Phacelia (Scorpion Weed). Flowering once in several years.

In 1968 the Guatemalan Army began the systematic slaughter of the native Mayan population. This period of massacre is sometimes referred to as the “Silent Holocaust” The death toll in the Guatemalan Genocide exceeded that of El Salvador, Nicaragua, Argentina, and Chile combined. Guatemalan government forces – buoyed by financing and training from the United States – committed over 90% of the human rights violations during the war…

In 1968 the Guatemalan Army began the systematic slaughter of the native Mayan population. This period of massacre is sometimes referred to as the “Silent Holocaust” The death toll in the Guatemalan Genocide exceeded that of El Salvador, Nicaragua, Argentina, and Chile combined. Guatemalan government forces – buoyed by financing and training from the United States – committed over 90% of the human rights violations during the war…

Book burning in Chile following the 1973 coup that installed the Pinochet Regime ~ The military rule was characterized by systematic suppression of all political dissidence.... a "political genocide".... "a systematic project to destroy an entire way of doing and understanding politics and governance." The worst violence occurred in the first three months of the coup's aftermath, with the number of suspected leftists killed or "disappeared" (desaparecidos) soon reaching into the thousands.

Burning left-wing books during the early days of the Chilean military regime, 1974

Peru: Indigenous 'genocide' in battle for oilfields in the Amazon

Across the globe, as mining and oil firms race for dwindling resources, indigenous peoples are battling to defend their lands - often paying the ultimate price, .

the spanish did it it at first   govemet all all the world seam to push thoir way also south american  still thir still strong

land struggles in vs. [ No Title, No Mining: The Fight for Land for the Quilombola and Indigenous People of Brazil

500,000 to 1.5 million Mayan civilians fled to other regions within the country or became refugees abroad. -- “The well-documented belief by the army that the entire Ixil Indian population is pro-EGP has created a situation in which the army can be expected to give no quarter to combatants and non-combatants alike.”

500,000 to 1.5 million Mayan civilians fled to other regions within the country or became refugees abroad. -- “The well-documented belief by the army that the entire Ixil Indian population is pro-EGP has created a situation in which the army can be expected to give no quarter to combatants and non-combatants alike.”

South American tribe sues over historic genocide #smslant4g

Aché Indians shortly after they were captured and brought out of the forest to the Aché Reservation.

Selknam Genocide: The Invisible Fuegian natives - Google Search

Genocide in guatemala essays on music Civil War and Genocide in Guatemala Hundreds of families are fleeing from their small villages because an army invaded their land that was once their home

Operation Condor: South American Genocide

South America's military dictatorships co-operated to eliminate everyone with left-wing views. A massive thank you to our super fans who have supported us on.

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