Gatorson The 54th
Published on Mar 13, 2017
Docudrama movie on the six nations tribe(s) conflict in war with the English empire and colonial settlers
I’ll be watching this ASAP.
No gas for the generator, and “they” are talking clouds, rain, and T storms on and off until Tuesday.
LOL! Ain’t life grand?!
Just kidding. I’ll get a lot done anywho, preparing for the hell fixing to happen in my country soon.
Hope all have a splendid weekend.
But keep in mind the battles yet to come…
Henry, I will have two Trenchers ready to go for donations to FTTWR as soon as I can secure a couple D-Handles.
I watched this film tonight. Unusual perspective on events leading up to The Revolutionary War from the point of view of the Iroquois. Since Henry posted it, I kept wondering if there was more of a take-away I was missing. I guess the biggest message was how a nation can fall apart and have its very soul wounded when invasion is relentless; something like what we’re facin’ today with forced “immigration.” In the film, loyalties get confused and the thin line between friend and enemy is blurred. “Broken treaty” is legalese for betrayal. Felt like no matter what side you choose, you’re dead. Maybe after sleepin’ on it more meaning will come.
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