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£ebaiyé T’nde’ hi’ke Nnee’

Gowa dagota ‘el calaboz’

Lipan Apache Women Defense


El Calaboz Ranchería—Global
Coalitions
South Texas—Hemispheric--
Nde’ Idszan gowa analyzing
the intersection of
Militarization and Catholicism
As a site of punishment, detention and
destruction from earliest contact
In the Plateau of West Texas—Chihuahua

Ca 1570-1600 A.D.
Southern T’nde, Nde’, Nnee’ Territories
1820-present
Lipan Apache Land-Based Communities
2008
T’nde’ hi’ke Nnee’ Territory
‘El Calaboz’ – Earthen Dug-Out Prison
Shimaa ha’tii shinii’
£ebaiyé T’nde’ hi’ke Nnee’
Clan-mother, land-based, de-militarization,
autonomy movement
A movement Asserting Lipan
Apache Self-determinations
from a traditional and
situated land-base of clan
mothers.

Positioning T’nde Identities


through the Indigenous
Territories, Sovereignty,

I am born on my mother’s side


for the £ebaiyé t’nde’ hi’ke
nnee’ gową goshjaa
ha’áná’ idiłí (Lipan and
Chiricahua People of the “Jail
Village”/El Calaboz), and on
my maternal grandmother’s
side for the Euskara and Eloisa “Chata” Garcia
T’nde’(Basque-Lipan People),
and on my fathers’ side I am Tamez
from the Suma’ nde’ hi’ke
nnee’ gową goshjaa Daughter of lightning
‘Chato’— Mescalero Apache leader
of Nde’, Nnee’, and T’nde’
women-directed resistances to the
destructions of land-based ways
of life and enduring practices to
be with

gozhoo hi’ke Ussen hi’ke gaan


hi’ke naiiees’
The Militarization of Nde’ Cultures, Continents, Climate, Bio-
Cultural Diversity
and Space:
Gender & Resistance—
Key frames of Nde’ Iszdan Legal Wars Against U.S. & Mexico
‘South Com’ & Hemispheric Dominance
Commandeering the Multi-national Armies
from South Texas—
International S oldiering in M exico-U .S . B inational C orridor

now
Corporate ‘South
Contracting
Com’ &and the Political
Hemispheric and Economic
Dominance
Roots of International Militarization & Global Policing in
Commandeering the Multi-national Armies
Lipan Apache Territory—Lower Rio Grande
from South Texas—
International
The S oldiering
following is a list of corporatein M institutional
and exico-U .Scontractors
. B inational
whichC orridor
the United
States has secured billions of dollars in private contracts for the implementation
of the Secure Border Initiative Project Network, under authority of the U.S. Office
of Homeland Security:
 
Lockheed Martin
Texas Divisions of Raytheon (Network Centric Systems)
L-3 Communications (Integrated Systems)
Northrup Grumman (Los Angeles, CA)

now
BAE Systems (Austin, TX)
SAIC of San Diego
Computer Sciences Corp of El Segundo, CA
America’s Border Security Group (Ericcson Inc., Plano, TX) (NASDAQ:ERICY)
Fluor Corporation (NYSEL:FLR)
SYColeman Corporation (A Division of LC Communications)
MTC Technologies
CAMBER Corporation
AEP Networks, Inc.
Texas A & Am University
University of Texas (Austin)
Boeing (Seattle, WA; Secure Border Initiative/SBInet—“Project 28”)
Kellogg Brown & Root (Halliburton)
Secure Border Initiative Network (SBInet) major partners
United Kingdom Home Office
 
The following is a list of corporate contractors involved in the building of the
Border wall in S. Texas.

Lockheed Martin
Texas Divisions of Raytheon (Network Centric Systems)
L-C Communications (Integrated Systems)
Northrup Grumman (Los Angeles, CA)
BAE Systems (Austin, TX)
SAIC of San Diego
Computer Sciences Corp of El Segundo, CA
America’s Border Security Group (Erriccson Inc, Plano, TX)
(NASDAQ: ERIKY)
Fluor Corporation (NYSEL:FLR)
SYColeman Corporation
MTC Technologies
CAMBER Corporation
AEP Networks, Inc.
Texas A & M University
University of Texas (Austin)
Boeing
Kellogg Brown & Root (Halliburton)
Secure Border Initiative Network
United Kingdom Home Office
CITATIONS:
PennWell. “Defense firms turn to border security.” Washington, 28, Dec. 2005. “The government’s high-profile
offensive to control the borders is spawning a growth market for the nations’s defense industry.”
http://mae.pannet.com/Articles/Article_Display.cfm?ARTICLE_ID=244491&p=32
Accessed 11/20/07.
Ibid.
Ibid.
AEP Networks, America’s Border Security Group. “Ericcson’s AMerioca Border Security Group (ABSG) Offers Proven
Effective Solution for U.S. Border Security.”
http://www.aepnetworks.com/news/press_archive/release_06012006.htm
Accessed 11/20/07.
Ibid.
Ibid.
Ibid.
Ibid.
Ibid.
Ibid.
Ibid.
Ibid.
Ibid.
Ibid.
Ibid.
CORP Watch. Richey, Joseph. “Fencingthe Border: Boeing’s High-Tech Plan Falters.” July 9, 2007.
http://www.corpwatch.org/article.php?id=14552. Accessed 11/20/07.; “Software Glitches Delay Virtual Border
Fence.” Newsmax.com. Tuesday, Ocotober 30, 2007.
http://www.newsmax.com/us/virtual_border_fence/2007/10/30/45069.html
Accessed 11/20/07.; Riley, Michael. “Fortress America--Building a Border: Part 2.” Denver Post. 03/06/07.
http://www.denverpost.com/fortressamerica/ci_5356695. Accessed 11/20/07.; McLemore, David. “Border Residents
fuming over fence plans.” June 26, 2007.
http://www.dallasnews.com/sharedcontent/dws/news/texassouthwest/stories/062707dntex...
Accessed 11/20/07.
Downing, Margaret. “Killing Fences: Totally Misconstrued.” Houston Press, May 31 2007.
http://www.houstonpress.com/2007-05-31/news/killing-fences-totally-misconstrued/ Accessed 11/20/07
Boeing, Ericsson, Lockheed, Northop Grumman and Raytheon. Richey, Joseph. “Border for Sale: Privitizing
Immigration Control. July 5, 2006. http://www.corpwatch.org/article.php?id=13845&printsafe=1
Accessed 11/20/07.
PRNewswire. Garland, TX. “Raytheon Awarded Contract with U.K. Home Office for e-Borders Project.” November 14,
2007. http://money.cnn.com/news/newsfeeds/articles/prnewswire/NEW03314112007-1.htm
Indigenous Rights, the Police State & Protecting Ways of Life
Dissent & women’s positioning
of Naiiees’ in T’nde resistances
Why I Speak Out…
and protect the elder ones
and those coming
who give me good power

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