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Recently i started advertising offline to get members for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana. That is not going well with white future earthlings. They are resorting to what they did to me in 1983. If they destroy me, it means Genocide. China must invade those non white nations they are in or near. They have to protect all non white nations. Seven Fires Prophecy tells non whites they can't trust whites. That is the truth. We know it is the truth. Follow my offline advertising. I am placing ads in the Glacier Reporter (it's circulation is at Browning and the surrounding region), Cut Bank Pioneer Press, Shelby Promotor and The Valierian. All 4 papers carry the ad. They are owned by the same company. I know something is wrong. Money is involved. Find out if my ad is being placed in the Glacier Reporter. If you find out they are up to no dam good in any way, send your soldiers out to find the culprits including if it applies, the era they are from, and lay complete waste to the family trees of all who are participating in the conspiracy. We are dealing with Genocide. Torture to death in the most brutal and gruesome manners imaginable, as many of them as you consider necessary. I don't trust whites. We have been told not to trust whites. I can't tell on my own if they are intruding or if i am dealing with my intended goals. I suspect they will do anything to stop my rise to power. I have not forgotten what they did to me in 1983. I didn't ask for that. I was violated. What they have to do is leave me alone so i can try and get members for the Rocky Boy Tribe of Chippewa Indians of Montana. As soon as i get enough Representatives, a Letter of Intent will be sent to the BIA requesting for Federal recognition. Letters of Intent will also be sent to those Reservations and Reserves in North America, Dominica, Guyana and St. Vincent in the Caribbean, requesting for tribal recognition. Since Indian leaders will not do anything to defend the Indian race from being exterminated, they will suffer the ultimate punishment. Do not let them live again in the future. Let them get a laugh out of that. White leaders don't want anything to do with non whites. White leaders are not going to allow billions of Indians and blacks and other non whites, who lived around the Mediterranean Sea, America's and the Pacific to live again. That is not going to happen. We have to take care of our own dead. The Seven Fires Prophecy tells you Not to Trust whites because they will try and fool you. That will be taken seriously.



The 1860-1881 Mullan Road War


This war was actually a part of Snake River War and Red Clouds War (1860s) and Black Hills War and Nez Perce War (1870s). Historically, whites claim they built Mullan Road. However, it was originally an Indian road built by Anishinabek in order for Indian people living in eastern Canada, to travel from that region, to those plains near where Great Falls, Montana is and on towards Oregon-Washington, where Columbia River is situated, to follow prophecy or Seven Fires Prophecy. Whites knew Great Falls of Missouri River were an obstacle to steam boat travel and conspired in early 1850s to make use of an old Indian road. In 1859, Lieutenant John Mullan was ordered to commence expanding that Indian road which really started back in Minnesota. He started near Fort Walla Walla, Washington, and ended his assignment in August of 1860, where Fort Benton, Montana is located. This Anishinabe road led from Great Lakes to Columbia River, and then Pacific Ocean. A list of this wars battles is further down on this page.



Great Falls was a region very dangerous at that time. Trouble started almost immediately after whites diverted that road. In July of 1860, first steam boats reached Fort Benton. Their first steam boat to reach Fort Benton was named Chippewa. It almost coincided with completion of Mullan Road. Supposedly, Americans was allowed by Stevens Treaties to navigate Missouri River and expand that Indian road. Historians claim that over 20,000 people used Mullan Road in its first year. How many were killed by Ojibwa Soldiers in that first year? We are not stupid! They were smart enough to see up to 70 to 80 whites traveling down Mullan Road every day. They knew what that meant.



In 1862, Minnesota Ojibway's rose up and waged war on Red River Colony (that part located in Minnesota and North Dakota) and also attacked whites living in southern Minnesota. However, around 1860 or so, whites commenced to invade southwest Montana. That's where Mullan Road War actually commenced. Yet there was a small Ojibway population living in southwest Montana during those times. Most Ojibway Soldiers were sent to southwest Montana from northern Montana. At first, this war was fought between southwest Montana and Minnesota. Later, it was primarily fought between Fort Buford Military Reservation and Helena. Then later it was fought primarily between Fort Benton and Helena. Teamsters numbering 100 or more, left Fort Benton to travel to Helena, to bring supplies to southwest Montana. Those teamsters were armed with repeating rifles and revolvers. Indian casualties were very heavy as they tried to prevent whites from supplying white settlements in southwest Montana. Some fighting took place in northeast Wyoming yet most was fought in Montana and involved teamsters who numbered from 100 to 200. Those teamsters were in charge of defending wagon trains carrying supplies. As mentioned, each wagon train of supplies was guarded by 100 to 200 teamsters. No one knows how many Indians and whites were killed along Mullan Road. Indian casualties, however, were 10 to 20 times higher than that of whites. Between January of 1869 and October of 1869, at least 56 whites were killed by Ojibway Soldiers between Fort Benton and Helena. That's a known number of known whites killed. It does not include whites who were killed and their identities were unknown or their bodies never found. Ojibway Soldiers were yet making use of bows and arrows during those times. Though a list of this wars battles is below, it does not include those skirmishes between Ojibway Soldiers and teamsters. So there were many other battles fought in this war than listed below.



Buffalo killers were most gruesomely killed when caught by Ojibway Soldiers. And those white invaders who dared to invade western North Dakota and eastern and northern Montana, in small numbers, were killed when caught tresspassing on Ojibway land. Ojibway leaders did try to protect their livestock (food supply) which was buffalo. Most white invaders merged in large groups because of safety it offered. Though this war is little known it was a major conflict in which up to 20,000 or more casualties occurred. Most casualties were Indians and that includes civilian Indians.





Steam Boat Chippewa Fiasco

Battle of Big Mound

Battle of Dead Buffalo Lake

Battle of Stoney Lake

Battle of White Stone Hill

Battle of Killdeer Mountain

Battle of Red Buttes

Battle of Deer Creek Station

Battle of Dry Creek

Custard Wagon Train Fight

Platte Bridge Battle

Battle of Bone Pile Creek

Battle at Platte Bridge Station

Battle of Fort Rice

Battle of the Tongue River

1865 Powder River Expedition

Sun River Stampede

Battle of Crazy Woman Creek

Battle of Peno Creek

Fetterman Massacre

Fort Buford Massacre

Haystack Battle

Battle of Fort Kearny

Battle Near Fort Ellis

Battle of Popo Aguie

Battle of Miner's Delight

Pryor's Fork Battle (1872 Yellowstone Expedition)

Second Battle of Tongue River (1873 Yellowstone Expedition)

Battle of Bighorn (1873 Yellowstone Expedition)

Battle of Powder River

Battle of the Rosebud

1874 Black Heels (Blackfeet) Expedition (Custers Last Stand)

Battle of Snake Mountain

Battle of Slim Buttes

Battle of Cedar Creek

Battle of Bates Creek

Battle of Ash Creek

Battle of Wolf Mountain

Marias River Massacre

Battle of Lame Deer

Battle of White Bird Canyon

Battle of the Cottonwoods

Battle of the Clearwater

Battle of Weippe Prairie

Battle of Big Hole

Battle of Horse Prairie

Battle of Birch Creek, Idaho

Battle of Camas Creek

Battle of Canyon Creek

Battle of Cow Island

Battle of Cow Creek

Battle of Bear Paw

Battle of South Mountain

Battle of Silver River

Battle of Birch Creek

Battle of Clearwater River

Battle of Clark's Fork

Battle of Heart Mountain

Massacre Near Yellowstone Lake

Battle of Jackson Hole

Battle of Careless Creek

Battle of Big Creek

Battle of Milk River

Battle of Pumpkin Creek

Battle of Poplar River

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