'Larges march on Washington'

I am in love for sure today!

For the 20 years that I have been in central Florida,
Snowbirds seek out swing states
move down for the winter to vote republican
in these swing states.

This is wrong and must stop!
Voting should be in your own state!

How about that million Women March?
I love all of those women that just build the
 'Larges march on Washington'

I am also in love with all women in 50 states that are

will be soon marching
 against the
 in this country!

63% of the women
voted for Hillary.
64% of White Women
voted for Donald!

 I have been told time and time again that women
tend to be jealous of women.

However, in this case it should be,
women for the respect of women!

At least the same 64% of the women in the media
voted for the 'Whoremonger'
because their bosses
made them do this.

At least 90% of the retiring 'Snowbird Women;
voted for the 'Whoremonger',
because their
'Meal Ticket
told them to.

Both types of women should check out the ERA for women!

And then check out a good attorney.

For the 20 years that I have been in central Florida,
Snowbirds seek out swing states
move down for the winter
to vote republican in these swing states.
This is wrong and must stop!

Voting should be in your own state!

Matriarchal Societies
Who runs the world?
In these six societies:
Women's March on Washington
set to be one of
America's biggest protests
Let us talk 'These Matriarch leaders' once again?

The women in the Traditionalist Tribes in
around the
New York, New England Area

Are not as the old kings
like the old world
(England, France Egypt, Spain, and so on),


The Leaders of Nazi Germy, Russia, North Korea, China and say, Vietnam.


 because of my writing,
you think that our Matriarch leaders
are in a
servitude to men,

Think Again!

Remember October 1997 and now in January 2017
Have you ever been to a meeting, gathering holiday event, or Paw-paus?
Give one or two a try!



Beijing, China

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for your visit to one of our websites

(the main website)

about our first leader.

Shechaim Unkas

His Native American Name.

(Shechaim Ohjieshan Unkas).

Please remember that for more information click on the link


Matriarch/Shechaim/ Spirituality

Matriarch/Shechaim/ Spirituality
This is going to be a first and yes, unusual for me,
Baldwyn Mississippi
I am still not sure about the welcome part?
Just so that you will know my visitor.

I do enthusiastically defend women and women's rights!

You see,

I am blessed, by Kiehtan, to have been born into a

Traditional Eastern Woodland Native American Family.

In this family
(Clan or whatever one so chooses to call it).
A child, every child,
is the requirement of every elder
by order of the clans,
Head Clan Mother.
The Adults are the teachers of the youth of our people.

Because of this, I never knew the real meaning of (Hate), until joining the service and beyond.

Once stepping outside of the family I was forced to face hate and race head-on and each time it left a bitter taste in my heart.

Race is a short word that takes in a multiple number of scenarios.

Blacks, browns, reds, yellows, women, immigrants and so on.

In fact, it would seem that everyone not white was classified as a race and inferior!

This is why every traditionalist
dreams about the old days and the old way!

In this our scenario,
one can have their cake and eat it too.

By, enjoying the 'new world ways' while keeping the 'old world ways,' culture, ceremonies, ancestors and the love from Kiehtan (Creator).

If, my newest friend, you still feel the need for more in-put?
Please check out our Gravatar



    80 busloads of Connecticut women heading to D.C ...

My Connecticut women are on the bus Florida,
how about you?
Michelle Bohmbach, left, of East Lyme and Maggie Costello, right, of Mystic work on their signs while they and other women who will be attending the Women's March in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 21 gather at Hot Rod Cafe in New London on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017, to create signs for the march. (Dana Jensen/The Day)
Dena Whatley of Waterford works on her sign while she and other women who will be attending the Women's March in Washington, D.C., on Jan. 21 gather at Hot Rod Cafe in New London on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2017, to create signs for the march. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Published January 14. 2017 5:18PM | Updated January 14. 2017 11:15PM

By Judy Benson Day staff writer

j.benson@theday.com ™ BensonJudy

New London

In large red, blue and black capital letters on white poster board, Maggie Costello spelled out one of the messages she hopes to convey at the Women’s March on Washington, D.C., next Saturday: “UNITE THE STATES OF AMERICA.”

“We want the new establishment to know how we feel about Donald Trump’s treatment of women and minorities, and that we want justice and human rights to be protected,” the Mystic resident said, as she and about 20 others used bold-colored paints and magic markers to create posters they will carry at the event, organized for the day after inauguration day by groups concerned about the president-elect’s agenda. “We’re just doing our small part.”

Across the table, her friend Michelle Bohmbach of East Lyme worked on a sign that read “And Justice for All.” A $50 donation from William Kane of Quaker Hill paid for the poster board, paints and markers.

“We want to send a positive message,” Bohmbach said.

The Saturday afternoon of poster making took place in the basement of Hot Rod Café, where owner Rod Cornish was doing some final tallying for a bus he had organized for the march.

Marchers coming from across the country will be arriving on more than 1,200 charter buses, joining thousands more coming by car, air and train to the nation's capital for what could be the largest ever post-inauguration demonstration, according to organizers. Cornish, Costello, Bohmbach and more than 100 others will be traveling to the nation’s capital on two buses leaving from New London, while other southeastern Connecticut groups will be traveling on buses from Waterford and Norwich.

Bohmbach said several of her friends who can’t attend the Washington, D.C., event are planning to attend sister marches the same day in Hartford and Boston. More than 250 other sister marches are planned worldwide.

“We want to celebrate diversity, and we want to be taken seriously,” she said.

Like some others in the group, this would be Costello and Bohmbach’s first time participating in a political demonstration. But even those with past experience aren’t regulars at these kinds of events.

“The last time I did this was against the war in Vietnam,” said Charlotte Schroeder of New London, who will be traveling on the bus leaving from the downtown sports bar and restaurant. “I’m doing this for my grandchildren, and for my mother, who was a real champion of women’s rights, and for my aunt, who’s 97. I’m very concerned about the Affordable Care Act, even though I have Medicare. I’m concerned for my family and other people, and I’m really afraid about Roe v. Wade,” the Supreme Court ruling that established abortion rights.

Stonington resident Judith Hanratty, 69, will be going to the march with her daughter Kara Mignosa and 13-year-old granddaughter Quinn Mignosa, both of Noank.

Locals among thousands heading to D.C. for Women’s March

“I knew I had to do something,” she said. “I marched for women’s rights in the '80s, but I never thought I’d be doing this again.”

Nicole McDonald, a 16-year-old from Montville, also will be part of a multi-generational family group attending the march. Crafting a sign that said “MAKE AMERICA THINK AGAIN,” a play on the president-elect’s campaign slogan, she explained why she wants to be part of the march.

“I want to celebrate women’s rights and diversity,” she said. “The president-elect doesn’t stand up for that, so we have to take a stand against him.”

    80 busloads of Connecticut women heading to D.C ...


Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

Welcome to the visitor from the Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board

Mississauga, Ontario, Canada

To two of our posting about our culture and ceremonies.

Smudging the correct way.





Because not only is this a school, this is a Religious School, I feel that it is important to explain the two sites that you just came for a visit.

Creator is called by many names by many different religions.

You religion (Catholic), believes in the trinity, so do I.

The Catholic's call Creator, God, Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit (trinity).

The Moiigan People believe in the trinity, Creator (God), Father Sky (Jesus Christ), And the Great Spirit (Holy Spirit).

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