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Diné Physicists Study Jinii Uncertainty Principle

ASU- Arizona State University became the first site to look in to the fabric of Dine reality. The university began researching the uncertainty principle behind the Dine concept of “jinii”.

Dine Physicists Jill Yazzie has begun her doctoral research with the intent of discovering the hidden truths of jinii.

“Since I was a child I tried my best to understand jinii. My father and mother would act in accordance with jinii but I soon realized that jinii was assumptions that create hypotheses for people to act upon. There was always a sense of uncertainty and error despite the common accepting rumors as certain. My mom always knew how to sort through jinii. She always knew what was bullshit”.

“Sorry for the harsh language but it’s a scientific term”.

Yazzie is a molecular physicist but the revelation came to her when her friend was discussing Navajo politics.

“I heard my friend talking about Carlyle’s political rise and fall. He told the Navajo people via his snapchat, hweeldi, that he got a job within the White House. Many were certain that he had witched or kissed his way in but they assumed he was in. But it didn’t work out. Our reality was shaped by jinii and it was heavily uncertain despite the common belief”.

We’ve had our share of jinii. Our interns thought they were going to get a paid trip to Alaska but it was only jinii. Many thought that Clinton was going to win the election, jinii. Many thought that Trump would lose, jinii.

She believes that there may exist a formula for measuring jinii.

“My hypothesis is that jinii occurs in small groups, government channels, and the internet. There’s a strong correlation between a raise of jinii particles and government status. It’s hard to measure because the equipment hasn’t been perfected”.

It’s safe to say that her research will pave the future for more studies. Her recent finds show that politicians, border town car companies, and many more are sources of jinii.

President Begaye made a public announcement praising her study, jinii.

On a final note, she said that our news team was not a source of jinii.

PUNGGUNG TONGGEK KAKLONG AKU TUJAH

Dulu aku tinggal kat rumah mak angkat aku. Dia ada sorang anak lelaki dan dua orang anak perempuan. Sorang kak long. seksi dan pandai begaye. Sorang lagi tu tomboi tetapi cun jugak. Aku agak rapat yang tomboi tu tapi kak long ni, bile malam aje pakai baju tido jarang.

aku pun elalu gak perati tapi diam-diam aje le. Satu malam sedang aku tido dalam bilik, aku lihat terang semacam aje kat ruang tamu. Aku intai dari celah pintu bilik.

Peh! Aku lihat kak long sedang tengok cite blue. sorang-sorang! Kejap-kejap dia pegang puki die. Basahle tu. kata hati aku. Aku berdebar debar jugak. Tapi aku tidak berani gi kat dekat dekat.

Sampai lah cite tu abis. Aku mematikan diri takut die tahu. Selepas die masuk bilik biasenya die tidak kunci, aku tunggu dalam 30 minit. lama gak! Hati aku bedeba-deba, macam mau gi intai ape die buat klepas tengok cite tu.

Ake pong beranikan diri. Pelan-pelan aku jalan. Mana lah tahu nanti ahli keluaga lain tau. mampos aku. Aku selak daun pintu pelan-pelan. Ceh. Dia lena tido. Hampeh ! Baru aku mau berpaling.

terperasan lak aku yang die tidor telentang. Sebelah die adik die yang tomboi tu. Aku pun dikuasaai nafsu. teruslah aku gi tengok kat dekat-dekat. Aku latak tang aku atas puki die.

No respon. Ni dah baik. Aku beranikan lagi. masukkan tangan aku dalam baju die dari bawah. Kini tangan kau atas seluar dalam aje. Peh laju jantung aku tu.

Syok pun ade takut pun ade. Aku cuba selit kat dalam seluar die. masih berair beb. Aku cari clit die, aku usik-usik. Alamak! She’s moving. tidak berani aku mau begerak.

Aku pun mematikan diri aku. Tangan Aku masih kat puki die. Lepas tu die diam lagi. Aku pun lagi lah main die punye clit. Puh Syok giler first time lah katakan.

Lama-lama makin basah pulak. Aku cuba jolok sikit ke dalam, tibe-tibe die tarik punggung die. Bederau darah aku. mampos! kata hati aku. Die pegang tangan aku. Aku tidak tahu cakap ape dah.

Dam hati aku, Habislah. Tebayang-bayang apa yang tejadi kalau die bagitau keluarge die. Die tarik aku ke dapur. Die suruh aku duduk atas kerusi. Lepas tu die diam sambil ambil air suam dan minum.

Die tanya aku apa yang cuba aku lakukan. Aku takut. aku pun minta maap. Aku rayu die jangan hebohkan. Aku macam mau nangis aje. tetiba dia datang kat aku dan pegang tangan aku lalu diletakkan kat puki nya.
Cerita lucah Punggung Tonggek Kak Long Aku Tujah

Dia kata die tidak marah kalau aku cakap terus terang. Aku diam aje. takut kalau itu hanya lah jerat semate. Die lurutkan seluar keciknya sambil menaikkan bajunye ke atas.
Hulamak. mau tesembul mata aku tengok puki perempuan buat kali pertamanya. Dia suruh aku buat macam dalam bilik tadi. Aku pandang die. die pejam mata sambil menganggukan kepala.
Akupun ape lagi. terus menggentel. Die mengerang tapi angat pelahan. takut orang lain dengar kot. Aku tidak peduli lalu kujilat dan masukkan lidah aku kedalam laur puki nya.

Sedap siot! Tangan dia tarik kain sarong aku ke atas. tepacak lah batang penis aku yang memang keras. Aku tengak die semacam aje. Lepas itu die tolak kepala die.

Die cakap “kak long ndak” tidak sempat aku cakap dia terus duduk atas batang penis kau dan cuba masukkan ke dalam puki nya. Susah jugak fikir aku.

tapi aku tidak mau tanya. Tetiba batang penis aku jadi panas. Dah masuk rupanya. Hm sambil lidahnya menjilat bibirnya. Dia terus duduk atas aku sambil menggoyangkan punggung nya.

Sh. ummph, itu aje yang keluar dari mulutnya. Aku pun tidak tahan jugak. Lalu aku hentak kuat-kuat. dia peluk aku lagi kuat semacam aje. Dalam aku bingung tu, tibe tibe gerakan die tambah laju.

Aku jadi tambah sedap. sedap betul! Syur tepancut aku penye dalam puki die. Die pun berentikan gerakannya sambil memelukaku dengan kuat dan rapat. Lepas tu, dia bangun sambil senyum kat aku.

aku tengok kat anu aku ada darah. Aku tidak paham. Kak long kata dia dara lagi. Die tanya aku puuas tidak. aku kata aku mau lagi. Die terus baring atas lantai.

Kali ini aku tidak tunggu arahan die. Terus aku masukkan batang aku dalam puki nya. Peh. paham-paham le ye. Malam tu aje kite orang main empat kali.

Aku dah tahan dah ni. Kak long la ni pun tengah hisap batang aku. Peh tidak tahan beb. aku blah dululah. Dah tahan. ok gua chow!

washingtontimes.com
Russell Begaye, Navajo leader, blasts feds after FEMA rejects request for disaster relief from EPA
Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye unloaded on the federal government Friday after the Federal Emergency Management Agency refused his request for disaster relief resulting from the Environmental Protection Agency’s toxic spill.
By The Washington Times http://www.washingtontimes.com

DENVER — Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye unloaded on the federal government Friday after the Federal Emergency Management Agency refused his request for disaster relief resulting from the Environmental Protection Agency’s toxic spill.

The notice came as the EPA began removing emergency water tanks last week provided to Navajo farmers for their livestock.

He’s rightfully angry. The rejection comes as bad news…for everyone involved!

Trump’s Meeting with Navajo Officials is recorded through Trump’s Twitter, #MeetingNavajos

Twitterverse- President Begaye and Speaker Lorenzo Bates met with Trump after his inaugural speech. The meeting was meant for the tribal officials to set the precedent for tribal relations between Trump’s administration and the Navajo Nation.

“I thought it went well. He gave us an American flag and a ‘Make America Great Again’ hat. It didn’t fit too well” said President Begaye.

 What the officials didn’t know is that Trump was live tweeting the whole meeting with his commentary. Tlo’chi’iin screen grabbed all of his tweets before they were deleted from his account.

These tweets revealed another side of the meeting, the Trump side.

Trump noted that these Navajos were “brown and lived near the border but he trusted them”[see the first image]. Tlo’chi’iin did confirm that President Begaye did bring frybread to the meeting.

“It was a peace offering. We wanted to start things off on a good start. I poured the honey myself” said a sadden Begaye.

Trump mocked tribal sovereignty calling it something for “losers and suckers”. He went on to say that hiring Navajo muralist to paint his wall would be a good idea.

 “I am devastated by the tweets. I really thought it was going well. This does explain why his hands were always under the table and why he kept looking at it. I thought he was playing with the string I gave him. I was hoping he was doing the Navajo string game”, said the Speaker Lorenzo Bates.

 Trump was actually live tweeting the whole meeting. He mocked Lorenzo Bates for having a “tiny voice” and even made the hash tag #TinyHandsMeetsTinyVoice.

 Trump became irritated with his final tweet about the meeting. He called the Navajo officials “Indian givers” while ignoring the demands of the Navajo officials who only wanted to talk about sovereignty, Stateline, and free nights at Trump hotels.

 The official President of The United States twitter account, now under Trump control, tweeted something else.  Trump tweeted that he was excited to meet with the tribal officials and willing to do business with them.  

 If there is any sign of the relation between tribes and Trump, this is a good indication of what that relation will look like.

Following Begaye controversy, a history of Ahil na’anish in Navajo leadership transitions

“Awakening New Dawn” felt like Red Dawn for the newly inaugurated Begaye/Nez administration when a signing statement between them and the outgoing Shelly/Jim administration became public. 

The statement clearly agrees to carry out some of Shelly’s more controversial projects and Russell Begaye’s signature is on it, rivaling the size of John Hancock’s on the U.S. Declaration of Independence. The language is straightforward and unequivocal with Begaye “agree[ing] to carry forth” the listed projects. 

But in a statement the Begaye/Nez administration argued that they were simply carrying out the traditional Navajo leadership transition concept of “Ahil na’anish,” which in Navajo means, “politely say nice things to the vanquished as they walk off stage.”

Tlo’chi’iin News looked into this claim and found the Begaye administration was correct about Ahil na’anish and we discovered that it is deeply rooted in Navajo history. We found three other instances of similar leadership transitions during important times in Navajo history. We dug these out of the archives and are posting them here although the language and references might be dated and hard to understand. 

In 1689, the outgoing Narbona administration signed the following document, as a gesture of Ahil na’anish, to Name-Has-Been-Lost-To-History. Concerns at that time such as Spanish colonization and food sovereignty are clearly articulated in this historic agreement. 

Again, in 1889, Manuelito signed an Ahil na’anish agreement with a federally-approved-Navajo leadership, then called, “federally-approved-leadership-guy.” In this document, Manuelito articulates his position on changing customs and survival into the future as well as border disputes between White Settlers and Navajo communities. 

Finally, at the height of the Cold War, we found this document between outgoing Chairman Paul Jones and the incoming administration of Raymond Nakai. Curiously, and lost to Kennedy historians, is a reference to the Bay of Pigs fiasco that wouldn’t occur for almost two years after the signing of this document. How did Paul Jones know about this? Historians may one day learn. Also, Paul Jones had obnoxious typos in the first and third points. See if you can find it.