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The Karuk Tribe's True Agenda

By John Martinez
Special Opinion for the Pioneer Press
Fort Jones, CA
February 7, 2007

The Karuk Tribe's true agenda represents a merger between radicalized segments from the American Indian Movement (AIM), ultra-extremist environmentalists, anti-war leaders and powerful narcotics trafficking interests.

The Karuk political belief system is aligned to anti-western global jihadists, the most extreme of international indigenous movements in Latin America and certain jailhouse gang ethnic ideologies.

The Karuk Tribe's regional objective is the destruction of western European economic infrastructure including dams and water and land rights of its neighbors. Their larger regional objective is the destruction of western agricultural practices across California.
The Karuk Tribe's local goal is to seize control over law enforcement, health services, ambulance and emergency services, economic development, and other human services related entities from Happy Camp to Orleans.


The Karuk Tribe's true agenda was engineered by radicalized segments from the American Indian Movement (AIM), ultra-extremist environmentalists, anti-war leaders and powerful narcotics trafficking interests.

The common denominator of the groups that helped spawn the Karuk Tribe represent an intense hatred for the United States and it's economic and social structures.

The groups or movements assisting the Karuk to gain federal recognition originated during the anti-war protest era of the mid-1960s. From UC Davis to DQ University to prominent politicians, the Karuk have become an extremely powerful political force unto themselves.
The anti-war movement and its tremendous political influence was threatened in the mid-70s as the Vietnam War was winding down.

The anti-war protest movement's goal to destroy US institutions through mass uprising was diminished by war's end. By the mid-70s, the anti-war insurgency was all but gone. During that period, early to mid-70s, anti-US war protest leaders had devised a more elaborate and instrumental plan to undermine American political, economic and social progress.

The new movement became what is known today as the environmental movement. As with the international student movement and AIM leadership led from DQ University, the environmental movement had global designs to deconstruct American and Western European economic structures and limit our global reach.

Within this new, more advanced anti-American ideological mindset was borne the federally recognized radical front group known as the Karuk Tribe of California.

Today, resulting from religiously inspired environmental science, long-time AIM allies in the Bureau of Indian Affairs and the regional narcotics trade, the Karuk serve as a powerful tool with direct consequences far beyond their historically documented aboriginal territory.

The goal of radical movements in the 60s to undermine our nation's economy has been furthered by the Karuk's extreme anti-US agenda. By promoting dam removal, undermining property rights and destroying California agriculture the Karuks have legitimized radicalized ideologies.

The emergence of closely aligned ideologies and operational linkages between global jihadists, international indigenous movements and narco-trafficking networks makes the Karuk a potential ally of America's most dangerous enemies.



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