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Daily Question # 471 February 11, 2010

Posted by Chandrakant in Uncategorized.
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What’s  happening  here ?

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Quoting  a  lot  of  people ,

“Members of the Native Warriors Society pose with the stolen 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics flag, while holding a Mohawk Warriors Society flag. They stole the flag to protest the Olympics, and to honour the death of Harriet Nahanee

Cracked  by  Appu , Manu  Sathian , Balakrishnan , Chithananda , Max , Rajith Ravi , Venkataramana , Kaushik Saha , Kamal Rathi , Rithwik , Kashyap , Anon , Gaurav Jindal , Yadhu  and  Subin .

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1. Arun Hiregange - February 12, 2010

Members of the Native Warrior Society protesting the 2010 Olympic Winter Games to be held in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
They are standing in front of a stolen Olympic flag, with a warrior flag and photo of martyr Harriet Nahanee.

2. Manu Sathian - February 12, 2010

Native Warriors Claiming Responsibility for Taking Olympic Flag

3. balakrishnan - February 12, 2010

a group calling itself “native warriors” displays the stolen vancouver olympics 2010 flag

4. chitananda - February 12, 2010

Native Warriors society stole Winter olympics Flag

5. Max - February 12, 2010

The theft of the Winter Olympics Flag 2010, by the Native Warrior Society, to honor their deceased elder Harriet Nahanee, and in protest against the Winter Olympics.

6. rajith ravi - February 12, 2010

native warrior society, after stealing the olympic flag.

7. Venkataramana - February 12, 2010

The three people shown are the members of the NATIVE WARRIOR SOCIETY who claim the responsibility of taking away the flag of 2010 winter olympics , Vancouver.

They claim the action in honour of HARRIET NAHANEE(she can be seen in the picture) , who was given a death sentence for her stand on defending the MOTHER EARTH.

8. Kaushik Saha - February 12, 2010

In the words of a Native Warrior who took down the Olympic Flag in Vancouver: (“No Olympics on stolen Native land” has become the battle cry for Indigenous resistance to the Vancouver Olympics)

In the early morning hours of Tuesday, March 6th, 2007, we removed the Olympic Flag from its flag-pole at Vancouver City Hall. We pried open the access panel on the pole with a crowbar, using a bolt-cutter, cut the metal cable/halyard inside, causing the flag to fall to the ground.

We claim this action in honor of Harriet Nahanee, our elder-warrior, who was given a death sentence by the BC courts for her courageous stand in defending Mother Earth.

We stand in solidarity with all those fighting against the destruction caused by the 2010 Winter Olympic Games.

No Olympics on Stolen Native Land!

Native Warrior Society

9. Kamal Rathi - February 12, 2010

“No Olympics on stolen Native land” has become the battle cry for Indigenous resistance to the Vancouver Olympics

10. Rithwik - February 12, 2010

Native Warrior Society with Olympic Flag

11. Kashyap - February 12, 2010

Members of the Native Warriors Society pose with the stolen Winter Olympics flag, while holding a Mohawk Warriors Society flag. They stole the flag to protest the Olympics, and to honour the death of Harriet Nahanee.

12. Anonymous - February 12, 2010

native warrior society

13. Gaurav Jindal - February 12, 2010

Anti-Vancouver Winter Olympics protest

14. yadhu - February 12, 2010

Native Warriors Claim Responsibility for Taking Olympic Flag from its flag-pole at Vancouver City Hall

they claim this action in honor of Harriet Nahanee, our elder-warrior, who was given a death sentence by the BC courts

15. Subin G - February 12, 2010

Members of the Native Warriors Society pose with the stolen 2010 Vancouver Winter Olympics flag, while holding a Mohawk Warriors Society flag. They stole the flag to protest the Olympics, and to honour the death of Harriet Nahanee.


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