they have one overriding concern and that is profit...followed by more profit and that is a sad indictment of where we place our values today
I'm not a hunter but i am told,
that, uh, in places like in the arctic,
where indiginous people sometimes might, might, hunt a wolf,
they'll take a double edged blade,
and they'll put blood on the blade,
and they'll melt the ice and stick the handle in the ice,
so that only the blade is protruding,
and that a wolf will smell the blood and wants to eat,
and it will come and lick the blade trying to eat,
and what happens is when the wolf licks the blade,
of course, he cuts his tongue, and he bleeds,
and he thinks he's really having a good thing,
and he drinks and he licks and he licks,
and of course he is drinking his own blood and he kills himself,
that's what the Imperialists did with us with processed food,
you have these young brothers out there who think they are getting something
they gonna make a living with,
they is getting something they can eat a lasagne,
like the rich people have lasagne, why can't i have a lasagne?
they getting something they can get a piece of chicken chasseur,
rich people have chicken chasseur, why can't i have chicken chasseur?
they getting something to get a crispy pancake,
rich people have crispy pancakes, why can't i have a crispy pancake?
and they actually think that there's something that's bringing resources to them,
but they're killing themselves just like the wolf was licking the blade,
and they're slowly dying without knowing it.
that's what's happening to the community, you with me on that?
that's exactly, precisely what happens to the community,
and instead of blaming the hunter who put the damn handle and blade in the ice
for the wolf,
that what happens is the wolf gets the blame, gets the blame for trying to live,
that's what happens in our community