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Desc:Visitors from the stone age: the Jarawa tribe of the Andaman islands finally making friendly contact
Category:Educational, Nature & Places
Tags:Jarawa, Andaman islands, indigenous people
Submitted:godot
Date:06/17/09
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Comment count is 9
Dr Dim
Thanks for that, definitely one of the more interesting things I've seen on here.
pressed peanut sweepings
Just leave them the fuck alone. Everyone is better that way.
Rodents of Unusual Size
I agree. Get the fuck off their islands and stay off their lawns!

In all seriousness, this was pretty infuriating.

chumbucket
If India decided to start slowing the population growth they MIGHT have less reason to cut down the forests and annoy native populations

Lauritz Melchior
Thanks. That was very interesting.
socialist_hentai
Oh the irony of some stuck up indian lady demanding the occupation of territory owned by a people she considers uncivilized... oh the Irony...
Kingofthehobos
I like that they can survive for thousands of years but in a few years of contact they become a welfare state.
ASubmarineSandwich
This is probably the most depressing thing I've seen in at least a couple of years. Or at least since I saw "Dear Zachary" last night.

I liked to think there was at least place in the world that "civilization" hadn't touched, and that there were people that didn't need it and weren't interested.

Now those people are beggars fascinated by balloons and forced into buses.
godot
My thoughts upon submission.

We are separated by a few languages. Otherwise (assuming you are in the dominant culture) we share pretty much identical values, which no longer permit "stone-age" cultures. I was first depressed by this video 3 years ago, but I thought I'd share it with the "does not kill me makes me stronger" community here.

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