Samandar Askani of Radio Gwank talks to a victim of Mashkay Operation on December 30, 2012 who tells the tale of gory and terror inflicted upon them by Pakistan Army. The victim urges Baloch masses and Baloch leadership for unity to maximize the impact of Baloch struggle and appeals to the international community and United Nations Organization to physically intervene and stop the genocide of Baloch people being executed by Pakistani military apparatus and its proxies.
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Courtesy: Radio Gwank
The European colonists who took over Minnesota were cold-bloodedly ruthless and brutal in defence of their transgressions against the real masters of the land
Every year, since 2005, some motivated Dakota Indians make a 300-mile trek on horseback in frigid winter temperatures to revive the memory of the 1862 travesty of justice when 38 of their ancestors were executed at Mankato in the biggest mass hanging in US history. To mark the sesquicentennial anniversary, this year’s ride began on December 10 in Crow Creek, South Dakota, the reservation the Dakota were exiled to from Minnesota, and ended on December 26 in Mankato. These hangings had followed kangaroo-court convictions of 303 Sioux Indians. Some trials of the thousands who surrendered after the defeat in the Dakota War of 1862, aka the Sioux Uprising, or Little Crow’s War, lasted less than five minutes. This public mass execution was on a single scaffold platform and the dead were buried en masse in a trench that was reopened that night and bodies distributed among the doctors.