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If you would like to contact the author, you may do so at cerberus hotmail. Naked, young Molly Grant bends over the heavy workbench; the tender tips of her small breasts trapped in the hard steel jaws of a large vise; her hands nailed to the table's rough wooden surface.

She moans loudly, despite the cactus ballgag in her mouth, filling the large greenhouse with a dolorous mantra. Through a red haze of pain, the beautiful fourteen year-old's mind is flooded with the flashbacks of the torture and degradation her brother Wayne has forced her to endure in the short time since they learned that their parents had been killed. Until then, she had been an innocent girl with no reason to suspect that a continued life of privilege and comfort would come to a brutal end.

After an hour, her hands stop bleeding but her pussy and ass continue to ooze small streams of blood from the dozens of wounds made by the tiny thorns of the cacti in both sensitive holes. The muscles in her lower back throb painfully but when she tries so stand straight her nipples feel like they are being torn from her chest.

Occasionally the ache becomes unbearable and she straightens up until her nipples are stretched so badly that the pain in them overpowers that of her back. When she pulls her nipples, she reopens the wounds caused by the two-inch-long cactus needles that pierce the base of each tender bud. Small drops of blood sprinkle onto the upper surfaces of the vise. Molly's only relief comes from the fact that her saliva slowly softens the cactus in her mouth sufficiently for her to bite down on it and spit it onto the table.

Unfortunately, the coarse rope that had held the urine-soaked cactus in her mouth remains in place, drawing the corners of her lips back in a hideous rictus of pain. Blood-tinged saliva drools out of her mouth and dangles from her chin. Her slender body is bathed in sweat. Soon dozens of flies, attracted by her blood and sweat, descend from every corner of the large green house to swarm over her body.

Most of them land on the flesh of her butt and pussy. With her hands nailed to the table, she can do little to fend them off. Molly hears a woman's footsteps. She twists her head around and sees old Mrs Johnson approaching. Molly whimpers loudly when Mrs Johnson pulls the long cactus spikes from her nipples. The old woman then takes a pry bar and a small block of wood.

She carefully removes the steel nails from the fourteen year-old's hands. Molly immediately reaches for the handle of the vise and loosens its jaws, freeing her nipples.

Blood rushes back into them making them ache more than before. The young girl steps off the cactus pillows onto the floor. Mrs Johnson tells her to sit up on the table so she can tend to her wounds. Molly is about the same size as the old woman and can probably overpower her but she is afraid of more punishment if she fails escape from the estate. She obediently hops up on the table.

The old woman applies the Thanatos Society's quick-healing antiseptic balm to the girl's hands as well as her bruised and torn nipples. She bandages her hands while explaining that the balm is so effective her wounds will probably be completely healed in a day or two. Mrs Johnson then takes a black leather dog collar from out of her pocket and straps it tightly around Molly's slender neck.

It is so tight that Molly has difficulty swallowing. She reaches into another pocket and takes out a six-foot long black leather leash which she hook to a silver ring in the front of the collar. The old woman tugs the handle of the leash and orders the girl to hop off the table and follow her.

The naked teenager obeys. She winces as she walks for the bottoms of her feet are still studded with cactus spikes. Even more painful are the tiny cactus needles that remain imbedded in the soft, delicate flesh of her pussy and asshole. Despite these discomforts, she manages to keep up with the old woman. They walk around to the front of the house.

A dark blue Lexus and a large moving van are parked in the curved driveway. Molly's brother is talking to a man and woman. The woman is holding the leash of one of the largest, ugliest dogs Molly has ever seen. The twelve year-old Johnson twins sit on the porch steps drinking Cokes and eating potato chips.

Their piggy little eyes light up when they see Molly being led like an animal by their grandmother. They stand up and come over. You can see the cross-hatching of the surface of the vice cut into her nips. In fact, a little blood continues to ooze out of the wounds made when the old woman pushed the large cactus thorns through the base of each nipple. Wayne overhears the boys' comments and turns to his sister and Mrs Johnson. He smiles and says, "Mrs Johnson, please bring Mollycunt over here.

I want the Kryzlers to meet her. Several large men are unloading large crates from the back of the vehicle. Mr Johnson gallantly offers to take the leash from his wife. He then tugs sharply down on it, forcing Molly onto her knees. Wayne looks down on his naked sister and says to the Kryzlers.

Molly looks into the faces of a man a woman. The dog is pulling at his leash trying to get closer to Molly. The woman holds tightly onto the dog's leash. Mr Johnson grips the back of Molly's collar and prevents her from retreating further.

The huge animal's face is so close to Molly's that she can smell dog food on his rank breath. In a Russian accent the woman says, "Rasputin is getting excited.

He must smell your sister's pussy. The woman continues to hold the slavering beast inches from Molly as Wayne continues the introductions. A tall powerfully built man nods at her. Just how old are you? Good manners are important," says Edgar softly.

It's an age when many girls' bodies ripen wonderfully. Molly here is a perfect example — a true woman-child. Wayne, you are fortunate to be able to pluck her at this time. She seems sufficiently developed to have sprouted a few cunt hairs. I prefer my "students" to be somewhat resistant. Wayne tells Molly that she should feel honored that Edgar has agreed to take part in her training.

Now I'll get to watch him in person while he works on you. Edgar is a fourth degree Master Torturer. Only a handful of men and women have achieved that level of expertise.

He's been a guest instructor at Thanatos Manor where he teaches those who intend to make torture their life's work. Here, unfortunately, he will not have access to a fully equipped torture chamber — although I am planning to build one very soon. So, he'll have to make do with the tools he's brought with him and whatever we can find around the house. Turning to the woman, Wayne says. She's here to remind you of your place in the new social structure of our happy little family.

You may call her 'Ma'am'. Molly remembers the slap her brother delivered when she failed to say "Sir" to Edgar. The dog continues to pant its foul breath into the girl's face. He is drooling and when he shakes his massive head, flecks of dog spit spray onto Molly's face and naked chest. You see, he's been trained to fuck little girls like you. Terrified, Molly looks at the animal. It must outweigh her by fifty pounds.

Suddenly, the dog appears to lose interest in her and sits on the grass. He begins licking his balls. Molly is revolted to see that its bright red cock has emerged from its sheath, but at least the dog is no longer panting in her face.

Nothing was too good for their little girl. He says that you were the favored child and that he was a distant second in their affections. Well, my dear, that's all over now. As Edgar leaves, the Russian beauty turns her attention back to Molly.

Your brother, of course, is now head of the family. He owns you body and soul. He can do whatever he wishes with you. You will fuck whom he tells you to fuck and suck whom he tells you to suck.

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I don't know, I may go down or up or anywhere. But I feel like this scribbling might stay So when you think of me, if and when you do. Just say, well another man's done gone Another Spill By Human Greed.

Another spill battered environment Sinking tanker, encrusted beaches, dying seabirds coated in oil. Another ecosystem you've just destroyed Antarctica By Al Stewart. Song is about the human desire and urge to explore uncharted lands and regions, in particular, Antarctica. I felt the chill of mystery with one foot on your shore, and then and there resolved to go where no man had before Seduced by this ambition I easily forget, the hopeless quest of Shackleton , the dreamlike death of Scott The Anthem By Good Charlotte.

An anti-establishment or teen angst song about about identity, individuality, and rebellion. At my high school It felt more to me Like a jail cell, a penitentiary My time spent there, it only made me see That I don't ever wanna be like you I don't wanna do the things you do I'm never gonna hear the words you say And I don't ever wanna, I don't ever wanna be I'm gonna get by And just do my time Out of step while They all get in line I'm just a minor threat so pay no mind A protest song about the Vietnam War and government proceedings of that time period.

I'm the fool, I'm waiting. Twenty five years of anticipating. I'm tired of your treating all of my children the same. Spending all that money on a stupid war in Vietnam. When we need it at home. I'm an anti-establishment man Anti-Homophobe By Brutal Truth. Song speaks out against homophobia and homophobics in general.

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Recycle cans that are made of tin Apache By Nuclear Valdez. About the longing for youth and the safety and security associated with childhood. Life was different in so many ways And the wind always blew away my fears Now I'm always looking back. Why happiness got a little off track. Why simple things just disappear. And the wind stopped blowing away my fears Even though I'm lost inside. Then I'll find my road. I'll find the wind. Find the missing boy within Apache Tears By Johnny Cash.

About the mistreatment and painful legacy of Native Americans. Song is about the love and special bond between a father and his infant daughter. And when you turned into two, I was happy when you said I love you.

Held you in my arms so tight. I'd never forget the best years of my life April 29, By Sublime. About the Los Angeles Riot that erupted after the announcement of the verdict in the trial of the officers accused of beating Rodney King. I was participating in some anarchy. First spot we hit was my liquor store, finally got all that alcohol I can't afford Arachnophobiac By Michael Schenker Group. About arachnophobia , the fear of spiders. This is an infestation Changin the sheets won't do!

It needs a fumigation And I don't wanna be there when they come out! Argon Mill By Si Kahn. Song is about the closing of a mill and the effect on people's lives. Army Dreamers By Kate Bush. An anti-war song about a grieving mother and her son's loss of innocence.

Mourning in the aerodome Four men in uniform carry home my little soldier Never made it into his twenties. Arthur, he does as he pleases. All his life he's mastered choices. Deep in his heart, he's just, he's just a boy.

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And so I'm leaving About job dissatisfaction and feeling or receiving little recognition for your efforts from your superiors. I'm working at my job More boring by the day.

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Song is about a farmer who loses his livelihood due to high operation costs and poor crop prices. Johnson, we're sorry to inform you. You're request for a second loan has been refused.

And the board of directors in the city have instructed us to take the farm from you The fallin' price of wheat's not our concern Authority Song By John Mellencamp. About nonconformists , rebellion, and the age old adolescent struggle for autonomy, freedom and independence. They think they're so cute when they got you in that condition I fight authority , authority always wins. I fight authority , authority always wins Awakened Tears By Mandy Brakel.

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A protest song raising awareness about whaling. We'll wipe out the whales in a couple short years. And then we'll start killing Greenpeace volunteers When the whales have been wiped out from both hemispheres then we can spend our retirement years harpooning and skinning Greenpeace volunteers Song was originally conceived as part of the Lifehouse Project.

A teenage angst song, lyrics address a variety of adolescent issues including; acceptance, freedom, identity, independence, and rebellion. I don't need to fight to prove I'm right.

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The Bay of Pigs or baby Elian. America the devil's playground. Baby Elian Baby Elian About the extinction of small businesses as corporations slowly kill off specialty stores.

Well, the hardware store was the first to go. Those prices just got way too low. Soon the other stores were closed. And the lights went out on main street.

Whatever happened to our little town? Wal-Mart has run it into the ground About using alcohol to deal with your problems. I'm heading for the lost and found. If I have just one more round. So sad to see me this way. This song was written by the artist for "Project Reach", a program designed to help kids think about cigarette advertising which was aimed at them. References made to Joe Camel, a marketing tool used by RJ Reynolds in order to get young kids hooked on cigarettes.

I run into a camel next to register four. He's wearing a tuxedo and a sneaky pair of shades Buy two packs, I'll give you the lighter free. I said back off camel Song is a tribute to former band mate James Honeymoon-Scott who tragically died from a heroin overdose. Written in response to the massive floods of in the state of Mississippi that killed many and left , homeless. I got up one morning, poor me I couldn't even get out the door Thousands of poor people at that time didn't have no place to go The song is a a not so flattering tribute to President Bill Clinton.

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A married couple stays together even though they are both unhappy. He's wearing the same old face. She hates him half the time and swears he doesn't mind. No kind word, no fond embrace According to lead singer Michael Stipe this song is an indictment of 24 hour news media. Shits so thick you could stir it with a stick- free Teflon whitewashed presidency We're sick of being jerked around Wear that on your sleeve Bad Habit By Offspring.

About "Road Rage" and the problem of aggressive driving. But when I'm in my car don't give me no crap. Cause the slightest thing and I just might snap. When I go driving I stay in my lane, but getting cut off makes me insane Well they say the roads a dangerous place. If you flip me off I'm the danger you'll face Badlands By Bruce Springsteen. Song is about feeling trapped or stuck in a situation, waiting for something better to come along, and wanting more out of life.

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Make you lose your money. Make you lose your best friend Wake up in the morning feeling bad Better stop that drinking before it goes to your head.

Wake up some morning, find yourself dead About using alcohol to help solve your problems. The liver is the primary organ in the body that breaks down alcohol. Yes, I drunk me a river since you tore me apart. And I have a drinking problem 'cept when I can't drink About despair and struggling through disappointment and difficult times. Bad Magick By Godsmack.

About addiction and the dangers of drug use. I drink so much whiskey I stagger home in my sleep The way I keep on worryin', I stay drunk all the time If I can't get no whiskey give me some gin or good wine Bagheera By Blues Traveler. Inspired by Rudyard Kipling's Jungle Book , song is about loss of innocence, maturing, and gaining new insights or understandings. The time has come now for your awareness to change forever and there's a choice for you to make The only thing you must do is what you feel in your heart is true Bag Lady By Erykah Badu.

About the struggles of homeless people who carry all of their worldly possessions around with them. Draggin' all them bags like that When they see you comin', they gon' take off runnin' Bag Lady By Todd Rundgren. Fifty cents rent goes pretty far when you live in a subway car Crawling up the basement drain. Misfits and black sheep No one cares about sad old ladies with bags full of tatters Baker Street By Gerry Rafferty. A person searches for happiness and fails to realize that true contentment must come from within and not from external sources.

As the saying goes "the grass is always greener It has taken you so long to find out you were wrong when you thought it held everything Another year and then you'd be happy. Just one more year and then you'd be happy. But your cryin', you're cryin' now Song is about guide Alfred Packer who in was lost with some companions in a blizzard. He later was convicted of killing and eating his companions in order to survive.

Their guide was Alfred Packer and they trusted him too long. For his character was weak and his appetite was strong. They traded with other peoples as far south as Mexico. Little is known of them. The mounds were built over tombs in which as many as 20 people might be buried. Since they did not have shovels they carried dirt to the site in containers and piled it up.

These objects included such things as copper beads from the shores of Lake Superior, cups made of shell from the Gulf of Mexico and fresh-water pearls from the Mississippi River valley. Historians now feel mounds were the work of Indian peoples. Willis F Dunbar Over mounds have been recorded in Michigan. Many other Indian peoples, buried their dead in mounds. Sometimes they made these mounds in the outline shape of animals. Some mounds had enclosures in them which were like rooms.

Others were large such one at the one at the mouth of the Clinton which had a circular enclosure that contained three acres. The Indians believed in an after life and buried with their dead things they thought they would use. Macomb County had at least 8 Indian villages, 4 burying grounds, 8 circular enclosures, and 1 rectangular enclosure. There were also at least 28 mounds. There actually were more mounds but they were already destroyed by pot hunters and farmers.

We still do not know what they were used for. See books by Hinsdale and Hubbard. The Hopewell used tobacco and carved beautiful stone pipes, often in the shapes of animals. The Late Woodland Indians A. They planted corn, squash, melons, and beans. They also were gatherers of berries and nuts, rice and other wild edibles and they hunted mainly hunted deer, elk and small mammals. They also were good fishers sometimes using fish nets. They tapped sugar maple trees for sap and made maple sugar.

The Indians that the Frenchmen found here were living in the new Stone Age. That is they had learned to use stone as tools such as hammers, axes and arrowheads. These Indians were in two large groups The Iroquois, and the Algonquians. The Warren area was part of the hunting-gathering grounds of the above peoples. Many times in the past this area was part of a no-man's land between warring groups. Many innocent people were needlessly slaughtered over the centuries.

Many also died of injuries, disease, lack of food and exposure in winter. Viola see works cited. Approximately , Indians or about ten percent of the total Indian population north of Mexico lived in the Great lakes region in the s. The Algonquians depended on gathering, fishing, hunting and limited agriculture.

They lived in wigwams which were shelters made from bent saplings covered with bark or skins. For the most part they lived further north but our area was part of their range. The Iroquois were more advanced than the Algonquians. They lived in long shelters made of young trees stood in two rows bent toward each other tied in the center then covered with bark. Several families lived in each shelter. They often built a stockade around their villages for protection.

They gathered, hunted, fished, grew corn, pumpkin and vegetables. Our area appears to have been mainly inhabited by the Hurons also known as the Wyandottes who were from the s on at war with other Iroquois especially with those to the South. They had a village where Detroit is now.

The name Huron comes from the French word for boar "hure" as the Hurons kept their black hair short and bristly like a boar's hair. They hunted deer, bear, muskrats, beaver, birds and fish.

When the French arrived in the early seventeenth century, the Huron were at the height of their power. The Huron population varies, but as many as thirty thousand people lived in about twenty-five villages. Survivors were adopted into other tribes or became refugees.

The Michigan tribes were not highly organized. Leaders had no delegated power but maintained influence through acts of kindness, wisdom, generosity, and humility. Positions of leadership always were earned and could not be passed from generation to generation as a hereditary right. Ziewacz 4 Marriage was between clans. This was basically the idea of doing something for someone, or giving them something, with the expectation that they would do something in return.

Ziewacz 7 Indians felt that the land belonged to everyone. Although there was communal property that everyone shared. Even the concept of personal property was limited. It was unsatisfactory for a person to have two of something when another had none.

They all lived in the wilderness and were subject to the weather and seasons. The Indians of Michigan had roles for each member of their society. Men did hunting, fishing, trading and defending. Women cooked, prepared clothing, did all of the camp duties and raised children.

Children were taught respect and responsibility and were expected to learn everything about the culture. They were conditioned not to cry or make loud noises. The Indians had strong family ties because they were raised in an atmosphere of love and respect.

Indians often did not punish their children at all. The Indians lived in a land of relative abundance yet groups often starved in the winter. And how does one explain the ongoing tribal wars? It appears that just as the grass often appears greener on the other side of the fence the hunting grounds of other tribes looked better. Then young men seem to at times have the urge to fight. Most of the Indians were young.

There was very high infant mortality. The Indians for the most part were very superstitious. They were loving within their family but extremely vicious and savage in war. The Iroquois slaughtered the Huron Indians who had lived in southern Michigan. This forced other tribes to move further west.

Even French missionaries suffered torture and death. For example father Jean de Breboeuf a peaceful man suffered extremely horrible torture needlessly. When the priest continued to pray, his lips and tongue were cut off. He was then scalped while still living, and after his death his heart was cut out and devoured in honor of his bravery. There were many battles fought here.

Hundreds of arrowheads and other weapons were found. Not all for hunting animals. From the stories and legends of the Indians it has been discovered that there was a lot of warfare between tribes. And this was before white man came here.

Then looking at the record of how the Indians treated others and treated their captives demonstrated how cruel they could be. They often tortured captives and took slaves. Scalping was practiced before white man entered but when white men gave the Indians scalping knives and paid them to bring back scalps they excelled at this butchery. They even dug up newly killed persons and scalped them to sell the scalps for goods and fire water. Thousands were killed and scalped including women and children.

When archaeologist dug up burial sites in Macomb County it became obvious a lot of people died in cruel warfare. We also know that the Indians were even cruel to child captors. See the attached statement by Governor Lewis Cass. The same was true of all of the rivers and streams in our area.

Lake St Clair had clear blue water. Silas Farmer p4 The well water was pure except for natural gas. The fish that were caught were wholesome. Now the fish have poison in them and the lakes and rivers are sewers. The land in Macomb County is poisoned in several places. There are places in Macomb County with deadly chemicals under where people live and children play. One big toxic site is in East Pointe. Families are now living on these sites which are many times more toxic than safely allowable for humans to live on.

Yet to show you how ignorant many present day people are they are still living there putting their children at risk because they are ignorant of current issues. They can tell you who won American idol or an oscar but news reports of the tests on their properties they have ignored.

Schofield School was built on a Detroit dump. The Detroit area had many wind and water powered mills. Some were used to pump water like in Warren and some were to grind grain. In there was a mill at Gratiot and Jefferson. Indians lived in families.

Most of their daily activities centered on getting food clothing and shelter. The men hunted and or farmed and the women and children prepared the food and did most of the other tasks.

In Michigan hunting gathering and fishing provided them more food than farming. They were skilled at hunting and fishing. They knew which plants were good for food and which for medicine.

Marriage was for survival not love at ages for the girls and for the men. The relatives chose the partners. The young couple then moved in with relatives. This was called extended family. Everyone shared the daily work and raising of children. If the woman died her family would probably be expected to give her husband another unmarried daughter to replace her.

Most Indian families were small because many babies died young. Indian children did not go to school they helped with the work thereby learning how things were done. To be recognized as a man the teenage boy usually had to prove that he could live along in the wilderness. Family groups were often larger than the extended familiar.

Families with a common ancestor were part of a clan. Members of the clan helped each other. A pointed stick would spear fish and the bow provided venison. The wilderness provided many wild plants for food some of which were really good to eat such as wild berries and nuts Maple sap was sweet and could be used to make maple sugar. Tea was made from sassafras and wintergreen.

The oak tree provided acorns from which flour was made. Meat was preserved by drying it. Trail snacks were made from dried foods such as pemmican which consisted of dried meats grease and berries.

The main crops were corn, beans and squash. Wild rice grows in places. There was wild honey in the woods and maple sugar from sugar maples.

Clothing consisted of all natural materials such as animal skins which had been tanned. For men deerskin shirts leggings and breech cloths were most common and for woman simple aprons or skirts. Bird feathers were often used for decoration. The beads and wampum came mostly from trading. Wampum consists of beads of polished shells strung in strands, belts, or sashes and used Indians as money, ceremonial pledges, and ornaments. Jesuit missionaries who came to live among the Indians reported to their superiors in France.

The liberality and hospitality of the natives also received frequent comment. Parental love was carried so far that children were not disciplined.

Among the characteristics of Indian life that shocked the Jesuits were sexual immorality, promiscuity, and lewdness. The Indian's lack of cleanliness, his gluttony, and his barbarity also were noted and condemned by the Jesuits. On the other hand, the stoicism of the natives and their capacity for suffering pain without wincing often excited the admiration of the missionaries.

In his natural state the Indian seemed to be capable at once of high nobility and abysmal depravity. Shelters consisted of dome shaped huts made of saplings fixed into the ground bent over and tied covered with barks, wood and skins. Willis F Dunbar 29 Others made large rectangular dwellings called long houses which several families shared. Their tools consisted of shaped stones, clubs, spears, bows, arrows, hooks, traps nets, chemicals and hand tools of bone or shell.

Often the villages had tall stake fences around them called palisades for protection against enemies. And at night there was howling of the wolves outside the palisade. Thousands of settlers were cruely tortured, killed and scalped.

The use of the word savage is certainly fitting for these low lifes. We have a bunch of criminals today that fit this description. They injure, torture and sometimes kill innocent animals and people.

Some walk our streets today. Many are found in Detroit the Murder Capital. Why is this comment here? Because it is recent history. The 12 year old son of the Center Line band director was killed for his pocket change at Cobo Hall. Who but a savage would do this? Soon after I arrived in Detroit, the great war party which had captured Ruddle's Station in Kentucky, returned from that expedition.

Hearing the usual signals of success, I walked out of town and soon met the party. The squaws and young Indians had ranged themselves on the side of the road, with sticks and clubs, and were whipping the prisoners with great severity. Among these were two young girls, thirteen or fourteen years old who escaped from the party and ran for protection to me and to a naval officer. I found the naval officer, who was with me the preceding day, already there. Those poor children had probably witnessed their parents being killed and scalped and were cruelly and severely being whipped and beaten just because they were captives.

Farmer p If one has any doubt about the reason Indians were referred to as savages this should make it very clear. Even the squaws and Indian children were participating in this totally unnecessary cruelty. We spoke to them about some apples they were eating. When they approached within gunshot of some bushes we saw three of four guns fired, and Mr McMillan fall.

The Indians instantly dashed upon him and took off his scalp. Archy, on seeing that his father was killed, turned and ran towards us with all the speed that his little legs could supply. A savage on horseback pursued him Those who could scarcely walk on account of wounded and bleeding feet were compelled to dance on the frozen ground for the amusement of the savages. American Scalps were paraded daily thru Detroit.

In scalps of American soldiers were paraded daily thru the streets of Detroit accompanied by the demoniac scalp-yells of the warriors who had taken them. Historian Wesley Arnold adds that the word savages also includes the French, British, Germans, Spanish, Dutch and Americans who participated in cruel and savage acts against peaceful men women and children back then and by others even in the 21 st century.

Truthfully, historically this is the human story, wars, killing, cruelty, on and on. This is why mankind needs a code of conduct agreed on universally and enforced universally. And it may actually happen in the lifetime of my grandchildren when intelligent machines may be given the power to enforce disarmament and prevent wars.

Of course that remains to be seen. Indians believed in spirits. Complicated ceremonies were common. They also wore ugly masks during disease curing rituals.

Viola and National Geographic. The Hurons told many tales of invasions by tribes from the North such as the Chippewas, Ottawas, and Pottawatomies. Many of them were slaughtered by the other Iroquois during the cruel Indian wars from The French explorer Champlain around and a company of Frenchmen while cultivating friendship with Algonquin tribes and the Huron Indians who lived in the vicinity of Quebec accompanied these Indians on a war party against their dreaded enemies the Iroquois.

Willis F Dunbar 49 This resulted in the Iroquois fighting the French and their Indian allies severely for the next years. The Iroquois later slaughtered the Hurons and the few survivors fled Michigan. Then around the Iroquois attacked other tribes. The French came to Detroit and built a fort in Not very long after that is when the killings accelerated. They offered the Indian things he could not get except from them. Scalping knives, tomahawks, guns, good blankets, metal pots, fire water whiskey.

This was in trade for furs including human fur scalps. As a result eventually thousands were savagely murdered. The Dutch also furnished muskets and the English furnished scalping knives, guns and bought scalps in SW Michigan. Innocent settlers were killed as well as neutral Indians. There were also semi damp areas and marshy areas. Bear Creek and Red Run had pure water then.

However it may have been named Red Run because occasions of the blood in the water resulting from children and families who lived on the banks of this creek being needlessly butchered by killers. If all of the above time was on a regular clock face, the last fraction of the last second would be when mankind appeared in Michigan several thousand years ago. I rediscovered a mound that was built by them while working on hiking merit badge as a scout.

It was pyramid shaped. The top was round. Later this site was explored and radiocarbon dating of hearth elements determined the site to be a 11,year-old Paleo-Indian settlement. American Indians spoke hundreds of different languages. There were countless tribes over time, most of which are unknown..

This area was a hunting ground and home for thousands of years, long before our direct ancestors came over on boats from Europe. The Indians did not have written laws. Tribes had traditions they sometimes followed but varied from them at the whim of the ruling chief or warrior. Most of the time they were kind. Some prepared for war. They had to in order to survive against other war-like people. They practiced slavery and extreme cruelty at times including torture.

On the other hand they often lived in harmony with others and with nature. The Indians have interesting traditions. They got to know nature by living in it and using it. They got to know the local plants and what they were good for.

Some like cattails were good for many things such as food, mats, baskets, bedding, baby diapers, and fire starters. These peoples did not write or read. They kept their history as oral traditions in the form of stories told at campfires. Their dances tell stories. Most of our ancestors also were in tribes and lived like the Indians did.

There are interesting books about their way of life in the Library. You can still visit a real Indian pow-wow, see their dances and talk to real Indians. What did we learn from the Indians? First we learned from them where things were like the lakes, streams and other resources.

Then we learned the use of corn, potatoes, tobacco, squash, beans, pumpkins, melons, maple sap, maple sugar, tobacco and uses for many other native plants. Corn was unknown to Europeans and was a lifesaver food crop as wheat did not do well until after the ground had been tilled several times. We learned how to make birch bark canoes, shelters, hunting and fishing techniques and that people can live off of the land without modern conveniences.

We learned that primitive man can be very intelligent very kind, or very cruel. The Indians also introduced Europeans to their sacred plant tobacco. What did the Indians learn from the White Man? They learned to use European tools, clothes and culture. They learned that the white man would take over their land by moving in, making treaties with promises then breaking those promises.

The Indians were primitive people with no concept of land ownership. Michigan belonged to everyone and each was to take from it only what they needed. The land belonged to all and was for the use of all. Before the white man came all tribes were virtually self-reliant. Willis F Dunbar 31 The Indians were promised lands by sacred treaty then the white man would come in with armies and modern weapons and kill or remove the Indians from the land that was already by law given to the Indians.

And Europeans brought diseases such as measles, smallpox and tuberculosis to which the Indians had no resistance at all, So thousands died.

Another quirk was that the Indians for the most part adopted and used European items. They liked metal tools because they were more efficient. Metal pots were superior than earthen pots. Guns were more effective for hunting and killing enemies. Non Indian clothing and blankets were better and more comfortable. The Indians adopted white man's items and tools and within a generation seemed to forget how to be self sufficient.

By the mid s Michigan Indians were almost dependent upon Europeans trade goods. Ziewacz 8 By the s most Indian bands were more driven to get furs than to hunt or raise crops for their own families. The introduction of whiskey to Indian culture resulted in many Indians selling personal and family possessions and neglecting getting food for themselves and their families. That and with the white-induced diseases accounted for gradual Indian population decline to around 8, by Ziewacz 9 Of course some of this was due to warfare.

The Indians learned that the white man was not looking out for there welfare rather was cheating them in every way possible. The Indians were utterly unable to control their desire for rum, brandy, or whiskey once they had had a taste of it, and untold numbers were completely debauched by its use. The Indians became pawns in the white-man's wars. To the early pioneers the Indians were mostly deadly enemy.

Some Indians such as the Delawares were Christians and were very friendly and kind. Others like the roving bands of paid scalpers hired by the English would butcher an entire family just for the scalps. There was much needless violence practiced by the English, French, American settlers and Indians.

We must learn that there are better ways to settle disputes than brute force. Who were the first Europeans in the area? We simply have no records of the Vikings coming here although they preceded Columbus to America. Following this fur traders and adventurers explored the Michigan region. They made friends with the Indians by giving them gifts. They traveled far and wide in Michigan and may have even explored the Huron River later became the Clinton. But they did not publish their notes if they even took any because this was secret state business.

This was New France and their job was to obtain furs. It is almost certain that Cadillac was not the first European in the area but no records have come to light with any actual names.

What is important is that they respected the Indians and found a way to trade with them peacefully. They learned the languages and often married into the culture. The Indians were living in the stone age which required intensive laborious work to hunt and just live.

The Indians began acquiring metal tools, clothes, blankets and learning the ways of the Europeans. The Indians realized that a metal knife required a lot less work to use than a stone one.

Soon the Indians were traded guns which were much more effective for hunting and against enemies. The Indians also learned to beg, bargain and trade. They were told that settlers would take their lands and force them out. The Indians discovered this was true from other tribes further east who had been displaced.

So who the actual first foreigners were doesn't matter. The Europeans who counted were the French who had great influence on the Indians and their culture. The French were there to make money and to save souls. Several French missionaries were sent to Michigan. French explorers explored Michigan to an extent that when La Salle left Michigan for the last time in the French were well acquainted with most of Michigan. Our area was abounding in wildlife.

Our area was also home to some ancient animals such as the American mastodon, saber toothed cats, short legged rhinoceros, long horned bison, giant ground sloth, and an early camel all millions of years ago. On July 24, , Antoine De La Mothe Cadillac and his command of about one hundred men, which included his nine-year-old son Antoine, landed at the foot of a thirty-foot cliff along the Detroit River. Cadillac built here Fort Pontchartrain du De Troit the straits.

This later became the city of Detroit. Madame Cadillac, several months later, traveled one thousand miles by canoe to join her husband, becoming the first European woman in Michigan. Cadillac left Detroit in The Michigan Historical library states that his settlement had become home to several thousand Native Americans, but only a handful of French Canadians.

What was the area like in ? What did Cadillac find? In Cadillac wrote that there were forests of full grown trees or walnut, white oak, red oak, ash, pine, whitewood, cottonwood, straight as arrows with no knots and without branches except at the very top. Here the cautious turkey calls and conducts her numerous brood to gather the grapes. Luxuriant grass which fatten woolly buffaloes of magnificent size. Silas Farmer also states that other early accounts tell of elk, moose, wolves, bears, rabbits, otters, lynxes, wildcats, beavers, musk-rats, meadow larks, bobolinks, robins, and humming birds.

They were so numerous that hundreds could easily be killed with a walking stick. Michigan is indeed a water wonder land with the most fresh water in the world. French Rule The arrival of the Europeans. At first most were from France but also from other countries. They discovered a wilderness covered with huge trees, white pines over five feet in diameter at the base and feet tall, abundant wildlife such as beaver, lakes and streams with fish.

In , the legendary Jesuit missionary and explorer Fr. Jacques Marquette named this settlement Sault Ste. According to Michigan History magazine http: Tribes living in present-day Michigan included the Ojibway, the Odawa and the Potawatomi.

Everyone living in an Indian village worked. When they did fight, it was because another group had moved too close to their territory. They also fought to avenge a wrong done to one of them by someone from another village or tribe. The French gave the Indians beads, blankets, tomahawks, copper kettles, and guns. The French did everything they could to settle Canada.

They they encouraged the new settlers to marry and have large families. Talon also introduced new crops such as flax and hemp and imported quality livestock. In the Iroquois attacked the village of La Chine and massacred French villagers. The King of France sent in troops but European troops were unskilled in fighting Indians. Then the French sent voyagers and Indians to attack English settlements.

In one attack against English settlers at Schenectady sixty residents perished. Ziewacz 35 These needless cruel attacks would spread later to settlers in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana and further south.

Cadillac had settled in in Detroit in He rented land to Frenchmen for money. He turned the whole area into a wealth building machine for himself. He encouraged Indians to camp near the fort and trade there. During trading season as many as 5, Indians and hundreds of coureurs de bois met in Detoit. Cadillac made a small fortune from this fur trade. Willis F Dunbar 80 Because the Jesuits were trying to Christianize the Indians they were not in favor of killing, scalping and moral debauchery caused by fire water.

To celebrate an Ottawa and Potawatomi foray into the Saginaw region against Iroquois hunters, which netted thirty scalps and as many prisoners, Cadillac furnished the victorious Indians, on their return, with enough brandy so that two hundred of them staged an all-night orgy. Willis F Dunbar 80 Cadillac commanded Detroit for nine years.

He made many enemies and extracted the last penny possible from the settlers. Even his boss Count Pontchartrain reprimanded him and told him that he was too greedy. Willis F Dunbar 85 Cadillac had hoped to make a permanent settlement that would grow in population thru intermarriage with Indians.

Ziewacz 37 He might have succeeded if he weren't so greedy and obnoxious which got him transferred to Mobile in Suddenly, the dog appears to lose interest in her and sits on the grass. He begins licking his balls. Molly is revolted to see that its bright red cock has emerged from its sheath, but at least the dog is no longer panting in her face.

Nothing was too good for their little girl. He says that you were the favored child and that he was a distant second in their affections.

Well, my dear, that's all over now. As Edgar leaves, the Russian beauty turns her attention back to Molly. Your brother, of course, is now head of the family. He owns you body and soul. He can do whatever he wishes with you. You will fuck whom he tells you to fuck and suck whom he tells you to suck. Your life is in his hands.

If he tires of you he can kill you and the Thanatos Society will help him dispose of your worthless carcass. For the next few days, we control your life. After us comes any guest who might visit, like the Johnsons and their two delightful grandsons. Then comes Rasputin here. He has a higher status and more privileges than you do. In fact, any mice or cockroaches that might be crawling around the cellar of your brother's fine home are freer than you.

Tears slowly flow down Molly's cheeks as she listens. Kat asks Mr Johnson, who continues to hold Molly by her dog collar, if he would be kind enough to bend Molly over so her head rests on the lawn.

The old man obliges by pushing her head down. The Johnson twins run over. Each boy pulls one of Molly's arms out and places her damaged hands flat on the grass. They then stand on her hands so she can't move. She is bent over with her naked bum in the air and her head turned so that her left cheek lies on the grass of the lawn. The boys guffaw in anticipation. Even Rasputin knows your are his inferior.

Here, I'll prove it to you. Upon hearing his name the huge dog stops licking his balls and gazes obediently at Mistress Kat. A flick of the Russian's finger towards the supine teenager and the well-trained animal gets the order. He stands up and walks over to Molly. He sniffs at her head. The dog licks her face a couple of times. Suddenly he growls and clamps his large jaws around Molly's throat. The girl quivers in terror.

His fangs are pressed tightly into the flesh of her neck. She knows the dog can easily crush her. However, the animal does not want to kill her. He is simply showing her in "dog language" that he is the boss. He emphasizes his point by releasing her and turning so he can lift his hind leg and release a stream of hot piss onto the side of her face.

The boys howl with laughter as the dog continues to hose down the poor squirming girl. Her hair is soaked with dog piss. The sour brew thunders into her ear. Her eyes sting and she blinks frantically to clear them. She makes the mistake of crying out and piss fills her mouth. She quickly shuts it. The dog's flood of piss seems endless.

A reeking puddle forms in the grass around her head. Molly watches a black ant run along a blade of grass to escape the growing flood. Her heart breaks to realize that even a tiny ant has freedom to avoid the piss but she does not.

As the teenager endures the degradation, the two movers bring over a large cage and place it on the sunny lawn near Molly.

They look for a minute or two at the girl as she suffers at the hands of her tormentors but then go back to unloading the truck as if a dog pissing on a naked girl happens every day. The steel dog cage is four feet wide, four feet high and six feet long. Designed for a large canine, the narrow vertical bars that make up the walls of the cage are set six inches apart. The set of bars at each end of the contraption is hinged, forming doors.

Mrs Johnson swings open one of the doors. The floor is a four by six-foot metal tray that slides out for cleaning. When Rasputin as finished peeing on Molly, he sneezes twice and returns to Kat's side and sprawls nonchalantly on the grass.

Freed by the twins, the girl rolls away from the puddle of piss and lies on her back crying softly. Perhaps she and Rasputin can spend the time getting better acquainted. Can you help me? When it comes to tormenting Molly, the Johnson brothers are always willing to help. Mr Johnson picks up Molly's leash and drags her onto her hands and knees.

Edgar gives young Roger a leather gag with a metal ring in it that will force Molly to keep her mouth open. With his brother's help, he fastens it around her head. Once it's in place, the poor girl can't close her mouth for a one and a half-inch diameter thin metal ring, with a serrated outer-edge, bites into the soft flesh of the bottom of her mouth and her palate just behind her teeth. Her pink tongue rests on the inside of the ring's hole.

The boys' grandfather leads the girl to the cage. With the help of his grandsons, he forces the girl into the pen. Her hands and knees sting from the sun-baked hot metal floor. She remains on her on all fours with her face pressed against the bars on the opposite end of the cage.

With the enthusiasm of perverted youth, twins fasten ropes around each of her knees and pull to separate her legs. Then they tie the end of each rope to a bar on opposite sides of the enclosure. Molly now kneels with her legs spread and her asshole and pussy exposed.

While the youngsters deal with the girl's legs, Kat loops a rope around the back of Molly's head and pulls it tight, forcing the helpless teen's face against the bars. She pulls Molly up until her face is two and a half feet from the floor of the cage. Edgar has fastened the girl wrists to the bars at the top of the cage. They then step back to admire their handiwork. Poor Molly is kneeling on the burning metal floor of the cage.

Her face is forced between the bars at one end of the pen. She can't move for her wrists have been tied to the roof of the cage. The hot sun beats down on her alabaster skin. In order to protect her skin from an unsightly burn, Wayne asks Roger if he would like to slather sunblock on Molly.

Gleefully, the fat boy crawls into the cage and begins smearing sunscreen over her body. The teenaged girl shudders at the touch of the youth. A few days ago, she would not bothered to acknowledge the existence of a fat, ugly twelve year old boy like Roger Johnson. As she endures the boys molesting touch Wayne explains to his guests that he has mixed the sun block with honey. My only regret is that they aren't fire ants. The lad follows orders and creates two sweet trails.

Continuing to smear the grease on Molly, he makes sure every inch of her is covered and spends much of his time fingering her bruised nipples. He finishes by concentrating the parts of her that he knows very well the sun will never shine. After Roger finishes his humiliating massage, he gets out of the cage. His brother places a bowl of water and canned dog food on the corner of the cage behind Molly. Finally, Kat order Rasputin into his cage. Tempted by the food and the naked teenaged girl, the dog eagerly obeys.

Wayne sets up a digital video camera to record Molly's ordeal. Kat says that it is getting quite hot and she doesn't want Rasputin to suffer so she has the movers place a cloth cover over the half of the cage where the dog will spend its time. Molly, however, remains exposed to the hot rays of the afternoon sun.

Wayne and his guests leave. The movers continue to unload the truck. The girl can hear Rasputin moving around behind her. She listens to him loudly lapping up the water in his bowl.

She can hear him noisily eating his food. The sides and backs of her knees begin to prickle. It hasn't taken long for the ants to discover the honey. The sound of the dog's sloppy drinking is replace by the scratch of his claws on the metal floor. She feels his hot breath on her behind. She gasps when he presses his cold nose into the cleft of her ass cheeks. He begins to lick her butt and between her legs.

His huge, hot wet tongue laps over the surfaces of her exposed cunt lips. Soon Molly's pink ass glistens with the dog's saliva. Meanwhile hundreds of black ants scurry over the back of her shins and up her thighs.

Thousands of tiny feet tickle her flesh. She wriggles her butt in a futile attempt to discourage the Rasputin from slathering his wet tongue over her pussy lips and asshole. With a laugh he unzips his fly and takes out his cock. Molly looks at the tip of his dick only six inches from her face. Suddenly a stream of hot piss hits her in the eye.

The bugs fly away as soon as the first burst of urine hits her left cheek. With a deft touch Charlie manages to hose all the cum from Molly's face. When he is finished her face glistens with pee. Charlie puts his cock back in his trousers and Bobby takes his out.

She can feel it resting on her tongue. Suddenly her mouth is filled to overflowing with piss. While some leaks out her mouth, most of it pours into her stomach. She can feel the two injured flies being washed down her throat.

She gags and coughs until Bobby stops peeing. He pulls his cock out of her mouth and buttons up. He asks Molly if his piss tastes better than Rasputin's does. The exhausted girl ignores him so he and his friend Charlie go back to work. Her cunt hurts from being raped by the dog. Her knees ache and the flies have returned. Now they are attracted to her piss-covered face. Her moans of misery spread out over the large lawn as the sun beats down on her body.

For half an hour, Molly's body serves as a slimy smorgasbord for the flies, ants and the odd bumblebee. They cover her face and ass. Some crawl into her mouth and others into her ears. The insides of her thighs and her exposed cunny teem with hundreds of insects. Their infernal buzzing is driving her mad. In fact, the buzzing is so loud that it wakes up Rasputin. Molly can hear the clatter of his claws on the floor of the cage as he stands up.

He yawns once and sneezes twice. He begins licking Molly between her legs. At least his actions have scared away some of the flies and wash away the ants. Molly can hear voices. Wayne and his guests have finished dining and are returning to see how Molly's doing. The boys run ahead of the adults. And poo, her hair is soaked with piss. The adults arrive and stand around the cage.

Kat can see her dog's cock slime drooling down Molly's thighs. Wayne tells the twins to get the garden hose and wash Molly down. They run off and return in a moment with a long green hose. They attach one end of it to a water pipe buried in the lawn. They begin to fight over who has control of the brass nozzle.

Wayne settles the argument by reaching into his pocket to retrieve a quarter and telling the boys that he will flip a coin. The winner will get the hose. Roger is lucky the winner. His brother is disappointed but is placated when Wayne tells him that he can assist Dr Kryzler later today during his first session with Molly.

Roger carries the hose up to the cage while Kat opens one end to let out Rasputin. The boy releases an icy blast of water onto Molly's back. It is so cold that she gasps and can hardly catch her breath. The twelve year-old washes down her back and flanks and then points the hose at her head. He blasts the piss out of her hair and the ants off her body. He walks to the front of the cage and directs the water at the girl's pretty face.

He releases the trigger on the nozzle and the flow suddenly stops. With a wicked smile he places the tip of the nozzle into Molly's mouth and pulls the trigger.

Her mouth is flooded with water so cold that it makes her teeth ache and cheeks bulge. The back of her throat closes reflexively to prevent her from drowning and the water has nowhere to go but out her nose. Finally, the fat boy carries the hose around to the other end of the cage. He crawls in behind the bound teenager and directs the icy water over her ass.

Getting closer, he shoots water onto her asshole and over her pussy lips. Finally, he shuts the hose and inserts the end of the nozzle in Molly's bruised vagina. The girl is gasping and shivering from the icy shower.

She screams through her ring gag when Roger opens the hose, shooting a powerful jet of ice-water up her cunt.

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