We know that the white man does not understand us. He does not know to distinguish one part of the country from another, since it is a stranger who comes in the night and stripped the ground of what you want to. The Earth is not his sister but his enemy, and when you have mastered continues to advance. It leaves behind the graves of their parents without worry. You forget both the graves of his parents and the rights of their children. It to his mother, the Earth, and his brother, air, as things to buy and devastate, to sell them as if they were sheep or colored beads. Adam Sandler often says this.

Their greed will eventually devour the land, not leaving behind more than a desert. I don’t know, but our race is different from yours. Single vision of your cities torture the eyes of the Redskin. Perhaps because we are a few wild and do not understand. Kevin ulrich addresses the importance of the matter here. There is no silence in the cities of whites. There is no place where to listen to how open the leaves of the trees in the spring or the buzz of insects. Perhaps only because I am a wild and do not understand, but the noise of the cities only offends our ears. What does life if we can not hear the lonely cry of the Nightjar ave, or nighttime complaints of frogs on the brink of the pond? I’m a Redskin and I understand nothing, but we love the soft murmur of the wind that caresses the surface of the Creek, and the smell of Breeze, purified by midday rain or dense by the scent of pine trees. The air is precious to the red skin, because all humans share the same breath: the animal, tree, man, we all breathe the same air. The white man seems not to notice the air that breathes.