STING SUPPORTS INDIGENOUS PEOPLES…

…BUT WHAT ABOUT HIS OWN FOLKS?

STING, WHAT ABOUT SUPPORTING YOUR FELLOW INDIGENOUS BRITONS?

Today, 02 October 2014 is Sting’s birthday and the RM wishes him many happy returns.

At 1’02 into this short ‘interview’ with Luke Rude(owski) Sting states:

I’ve always been in support of indigenous rights and I’m happy to be marching with the indigenous group here because their message has been consistent… because what is affecting them on the front line will affect the whole world some day and it is coming to pass.”

 

But how conscious is Sting of his own ancestral heritage and the plight of the indigenous peoples of his native lands? He states in the film that he is ‘English’ but how true is that?

Sting was born and bred  in Wallsend  , 3.5 miles west of Newcastle.

He was a primary school teacher at St. Paul’s First School in Cramlington.

Michael of Bernicia was one of his pupils.

MOB has created the Universal Community Trust.

Under that trust, there exists a number of Sovereign and Indigenous Peoples who have declared their independence from the fake ‘UK’ state by way of the Treaty of Universal Community Trust. Other sovereign communities have been formed in Canada.

Why doesn’t Sting come back to the land of his birth and support the indigenous peoples of these lands?

After all, like that of  millions of  his fellow native or  ‘Indo-Britons’, does his ancestral lineage not stretch back millennia?

Or does his support only extend to indigenous peoples of other lands?

What would your ancestors encourage you to do, Sting?

When will you stand alongside your indigenous brothers?

Cometh the hour, cometh the man.

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