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Here’s a list of sites I recommend visiting-I would add Crow Dogs by way of contrast but as it is presented in Japanese for the most part, his favored market, there isn’t much sense in doing so as most readers probably don’t speak the language.
But the photoshopped raptors and thunder included in videos featuring him are worth a laugh at least. Hoka hey and pass the collection basket.
There’s a movie named The Missing-with Tommy Lee Jones and Kate Blanchett, in it there is a character referred to as a Brujo, Spanish for a male witch or warlock it you prefer, and notably portrayed by Eric Schweig, who also played Uncas in Last of the Mohicans, though you’ll hardly recognize him.
I’ve seen this movie a couple of times and each time when watching Schweig’s portrayal of Pesh Chinin/ Brujo I find myself thinking of Crow Dog.
Crow Dog may not hang snakes in trees as Pesh Chinin does in the movie but he apparently has no problem with the murder of innocent people or their being placed in the ground out of site.
SB was quick to mount an attempted defense of Crow Dog previously in referencing “healings” at Crow Dogs “altar”. I won’t say there has been or there hasn’t been, but in healing ceremonies spirits are often called upon and I would ask about the nature of spirits that Crow Dog associates with-for even the wrong kind of spirit can produce a “healing” if it serves a purpose.
Most of the sites in the above list people are probably familiar with, some like Tazzla Institute For Cultural Diversity they may not be, but surely worth something more than a cursory look.
In recommending the above none should make the assumption that they in turn would reciprocate or agree with the positions I take-though I believe we share a common ground in the desire for truth, justice, and the welfare of indigenous peoples world wide.