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Native Ohlone of San Francisco-Monterey Bay Area Resist the Destruction of Sacred Site PDF Print E-mail
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by Jan Lundberg   
21 August 2011
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You know there are 26 million or so empty houses around the united states but yet builders keep building. Most of these new construction homes site for months if not years on the market. Why build something that is not needed. Second, it is their land. Would you take a piss on a grave of someone, normally no. Somehow native american tribes and their graves mean nothing in the face of money. What bank would finance something like this? What company would have the grapefruit to build on sacred land? And lets say they do get and build on this land. Who in their right mind would buy them if they knew they were on a cemetery? Who I say
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