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It has been years since I have talked to Russell Means. We had the pleasure to have him on our Warn Radio Show. I was raised in the midst of a small western town in Wyoming surrounded by Reservation. Once upon a time as a teen, I had Indian friends, but never really understood their plight. Over the years, I came to recognize the defeat and treatment of the Native America. It was with this knowledge and by event was able to have Russell Means on the show. He came on January 4th, 2008. The Russell Means interview on Warn Radio can be heard below on this Post. The Russell Means Warn Radio original post is here.
Born on South Dakota’s Pine Ridge Reservation in 1939, Russell Means is the eldest son of Hank Means, an Oglala Sioux, and Theodora (Feather) Means, a full-blooded Yankton Sioux. Shortly after the outbreak of WWII, his family moved to California, where he graduated from San Leandro High in 1958 and continued his formal education at Oakland City College and Arizona State.
Over the years I had kept track of Russell Means and the Nation of Lakota and knew of his cancer. It is with sorrow, that we see him go. He was a fighter, an actor, and knew that ‘whites’ lived on the Reservation with him.
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His talk on “Welcome to the Reservation is a classic relating the Governments oppression of the Native Indian People was a window to the same government doing the same to the rest of society in America, especially to the white Americans who would find the truth in the oppression Native American’s faced. The Watchman Warn Radio
That oppression would be released on ‘White Americans’ and they soon would find out “they were living on the Reservation.”
- Infowars has a post on Russell Means with many of his video’s and other links to stories on this great native American.
American icon and patriot Russell Means passed away on October 22, several weeks after a delegation of Lakota leaders told the State Department they were unilaterally withdrawing from treaties they signed with the federal government of the United States. Lakota country includes parts of the states of Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana and Wyoming.Means, 72, died earlier today at his ranch in Porcupine, South Dakota, Oglala Sioux Tribe spokeswoman Donna Solomon said. In August 2011, Means announced he had inoperable throat cancer. He eschewed big pharma and medical establishment treatments in favor of traditional American Indian remedies and alternative treatments.He joined the American Indian Movement in 1968 and staged a number of protests, including occupying the Mayflower II, a replica ship of the Mayflower, and staged a takeover of Mount Rushmore, a federal monument.In 1973, Means and other AIM activists engaged the FBI in a standoff at Wounded Knee. More than 300 AIM members resisted the government for 71 days.Unlike other AIM activists, Means held a libertarian political philosophy. He ran for the nomination of President under the banner of the Libertarian Party and came in second in the 1987 Libertarian National Convention, but lost the nomination to Ron Paul. In January 2012, Means backed Ron Paul’s presidential campaign.