Aboriginals of the World need to be united for their emancipation...

The so called modern human civilization (which is in a crossroad) has shaped after a long (say more than 5000 years) long Jig-jag way...It has many virtues and vices....Both forces work simultaneously... the later forces have tendency to sustain the pace of advancement of human civilization for common good....and the later forces are active to arrest for a few vested interests group...
History says that the present day human civilization has been developed at the sacrifices of the "Aboriginals" - the original settlers and "Women"...... The aboriginals did all their might to fight the natural odds and making the earth suitable for living. .... The non-aboriginals followed them... the aboriginals being peace loving and nature-friendly, always preferred to leave their dwelling places and properties and go deep into the forests/inaccessible hills/terrains, than to get assimilated into the complex social order of the so called advanced society..... Now the greedy social order of the so called advanced societies have left no space for free movement of the aboriginals.... A time has come when they either have to compromise with the modern society leaving aside their tradition (love for which they kept themselves secluded for centuries after centuries) or they have to fight to create their own space in the modern society. Many intellectuals, who prescribe the ways of development of the aboriginals in the so called developed societies, seldom view the problems from the perspectives of the aboriginals....

It is high time for the aboriginals to get united to fight against the ruling class who in the name of serving their (aboriginal's) interests are displacing them to serve the interests of the Capitalist-Imperialist classes. I think women as a group are also faced with similar challenges

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Comment by Tim Upham on January 11, 2013 at 12:52am

The major concern of indigenous peoples in the world, is preservation of their languages.  Out of the 3,500 endangered languages in the world, 90% of them belong to indigenous peoples.  In the United States, they are being lost to English.  From Mexico to Chile, they are being lost to Spanish and Portuguese.  In Australia, they are being lost to English, and in Siberia, they are being lost to Russian.  Lost with these languages, are all of the lore locked up inside of them.  Because when you lose a language, you lose a culture.


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