The end goal of conquest is about more than “victory”, it is about dominance, resources, reeducation, and assimilation – the “burden” as characterized in the above video.
What is done is done, most of which is beyond our reach as a people, but our emphasis must be the resurrection of our roots, not a marketable facsimile of them or one driven by the expectations of youtube videos, the media, or theater, for such in a less overt way are to a degree a continuation of the boarding school process requiring a certain level of performance.
We as a people are neither “quaint” nor a petting zoo- our communities something more than a tourist stop, they must reflect who we are, the values once held now in disarray .
A key ingredient is education, an education inclusive of our history, our language, and our traditions as well as those essentials that will enable our children to succeed in a way to break the cycle of dependency, poverty, and domination.
The battle for conquest has always been to capture the minds of children, to “re educate” them – it is battle we cannot afford to lose.
A fight that must be waged within our communities where the front line is, and a fight that can only be won by providing a secure environment and examples.
Our “humanity” is at stake – a humanity that must not and will not accommodate corruption or nepotism, drugs and substance abuse, gangs, rogue elements personified by the AIM leadership, or any form of abuse directed at women and children.