Panavia Tornado IDS GR Mk.1 by Roger Chesneau

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The degree to which such deception is institutionalized in the colonial mindset is less widely recorded. That this sort of deception was (and remains) a fundamental part of centralized power structures is the point of this analysis. The ‘Covenant Chain’ was an agreement between the Iroquois Confederacy and various colonial governments going back to the seventeenth century. Both the Virginia Governor and the Governor of Maryland used the metaphor, ‘so long as the Sun, the Moon and the Stars shall give Light,’ and state that they are the Indians’ ‘true friends’.

Each line was considered a song unto itself, packed with meaning, and followed by a collective ‘haihaih’ saluting the blessings they enjoyed and the reverence for the laws and for the dead as well as sympathy for the living. 33 It captures a dichotomy characteristic of the broader indigenous–colonial divide. These ceremonies originated in the historical mythology surrounding the creation of the Iroquois Confederacy. The basic story is of Deganiwidah, the Peacemaker, who had appeared in a vision to Hiawatha, a man in deep grief over the loss of his daughters in repetitive wars of revenge among the pre-Confederacy Iroquois tribes.

The Virginians initially paid little attention to the Indians’ ceremonial protocol for the staging of the diplomatic talks. This in spite of the fact that Gist had spent the previous winter travelling through the region inviting the Indians to this meeting at the last full moon of the spring. No messengers had been sent telling the Indians of their coming, but the female Seneca leader Aliquippa provided an ‘Edge of the Woods’ ceremony to welcome the commissioners when they delivered the promised goods to her town.

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