This Human Animal

Unschooled Artist-Writer Animal-Rights, Sober Contrarian, Plant-Based Native and also involved in Mixed Martial Arts.

My name is Kærry Redwood Atjecoutay. I am not a pacifist, or an altruist and I support an anti-natalist movement.

I am from Ka-wezauce “Little Boy First Nation (cowessess Saskatchewan Canada) Saulteaux/Cree of the Ojibwa Nation a descendant of the Anishinabek.

I am a descendant of an Ancient Contrary Social Role Society, I conduct my life by the way of instruction and dreams given to me by my ancestors.

SPIRITUALITY – The Morningstar Society – Manitous, Mysticism Asceticism Nature-Based system of thought, (no monotheistic-organized religious sect or scientific dogma). The ultimate respect for women-mothers, animals and of course the earth.
POLITICS – Animal Rights, (green anarchism-primitivism & antinatalism) desire, to rewild the planet.
ARTIST – Mixed Media Abstract Expressionism.
MUSIC – Eclectic, But I love almost all Metal.
FIGHT – For the Animals & Earth, Mixed Martial Arts.(English Boxing,Muay Thai, Nippon Kempo, Jiu jitsu-Judo).
FOOD – Plant-Based Only
DRINK – Water, Tea and Fruit Juices. No carbonated colored sugar water like coca cola. (Sober)
CLOTHING – Simplistic. (black, white, blue and green). No leather or any animal products.
GARDENING – Orcanic. (moving towards permaculture & minimalist living).
EDUCATION – Unschooled* – Self Educated. (make-up the rules as I go, trust and belive no one)
No mind altering substances, (inhalants, injection or drink)

*Unschooling is an educational method and philosophy that advocates learner-chosen activities as a primary means for learning:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unschooling

Sobriety, plant-based food, no drugs or alcohol – to consume less product – no unnecessary consumerism. I do it for the animals, earth and therefore for the Nature-Based Peoples of the world!

Vehemently Anti – capitalist (all governing politics), industrial civilized society (science and technology) and monotheism (organized religion).


I am an Abstract artist and have worked at this for most of my life, who is only pretending to be a writer. English is not my language, I have struggled with it for most of my life, I started school late on my reservation and didn’t learn to read or write very well till I was around  10 or 11 years old, and still  it was very difficult for me, If life would have been  normal, normal according to my people, there would have been no reason for me to speak english, but this was not the case, we were invaded and then colonized, the dominate culture attempted to exterminate my people, resulting in a genocide, that is not acknowledged as a genocide, but certainly looked at as an inconvenience to a more progressive and superior race. Simply because we survived the onslaught and then having to conform, to institutionalized racism, in schools, work force and Euro – American / Canadian society in general, our unfortunate situation is now look at as an ethnocide, to ease the consciousness of those who now occupy the lands of the indigenous people of what is now north America, and this what I write here is putting it lightly, because in person, I have a tendency to get in peoples faces, I am not afraid of physical confrontation, and yes violence is a means to and end, the invader culture has proven it’s ability to demonstrate this!


In order for Europe to do what it has done to us—in fact, for Europe to become “Europe” at all—it first had to do the same thing to all of you. In other words, to become a colonizing culture, Europe had to first colonize itself. To the extent that this is true, I find it fair to say that if our struggle must be explicitly anticolonial…yours must be even more so. You have, after all, been colonized for far longer than we, and therefore much more completely. In fact, your colonization has by now been consolidated to such an extent that….you no longer even see yourselves as having been colonized. The result is that you’ve become self-colonizing, conditioned to be so self-identified with your own oppression that you’ve lost your ability to see it for what it is, much less to resist it in any coherent way.

Ward Churchill