Children Buried Alive by Indigenous Tribes in the Amazon, Brazil

Children Buried Alive by Indigenous Tribes in the Amazon, Brazil

This seemingly barbaric practise of burying children alive as observed in several indigenous tribes deep in the jungles of Amazon, Brazil has stirred quite a bit of international outraged. The international community simply likes to stick their filthy noses and command the way of life of others, even though they’d never stay open to the indigenous tribes commanding them on how they should live their lives and run their communities. I’ve always considered it a bad joke on behalf of the Gods to have send me onto this disgraceful world and a video as the one below clearly show why.

Got to like it how in our so called “civilized world” people kill others for money, power, land, or out of jealousy, selfishness or greed. As someone who doesn’t belong with the filth of this planet, I’m justly disgusted by the so called “civilized people” finding those who have never killed for money, power, land, or out of jealousy, selfishness or greed, but only for the sole purpose of ensuring the whole tribe doesn’t suffer because of one, controversial. People from “me, me, me” societies in which selfishness prevail over greater good could never understand those who make sacrifices for the sake of entire community, not just their own.

I don’t dispute the fact that the act of burying children alive is barbaric. But if I put away the inbred “civilized world” prejudice and look solely on the fact that a whole tribe could sink if they carried a burden of tying their limited human resources on care for people who have been unlucky to have been born sick or otherwise unable to carry the tribe forward, then the practice makes reasonably good sense. Although different, more humane way to dispose of them should be found. If I were the chieftain, I would employ the Spartan way and command to move the weak away to a desolate place deep in the jungle to let Mother Nature decide whether they should die or grow strong and survive, eventually rejoining the tribe.

That being said – I don’t expect many people to understand where I’m coming from. It won’t be the first, nor the last time. This is not my world but I have long learned to live being misunderstood by contemporary primates known as homo sapiens.

Video (probably a dramatization) from a biased anti Amazon tribes documentary titled Hakani is below:

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78 thoughts on “Children Buried Alive by Indigenous Tribes in the Amazon, Brazil

      • @Cpt. Spaulding it’s a female ghost from this tv show I have no idea why but I thought she was cute so I said fuck it I shall put her as my profile pic. ^_^

        • Its from a TV show called “The amazing world of gumball.” That characters name is Carrie, one episode she takes over the body of the main character (Gumball) and makes him go on a crazy ass eating spree to satisfy her need to feel alive again. Quite demented eah XD

          Any who, this is sad why the hell do they do that crap? Because they don’t want the kid? so they bury it? at least kill the poor thing quickly and use it as some kind of trinket or some shit… or eat it. The dude did it fast, like a man hiding a corps after a snackbar killing.

  1. Those kids are being used as sacrifices, that’s why the need to be alive. This is a very babaric practise, but I expect it’s been going on for many years.

    • I’d figure a looong time. Of course I don’t see the reason to have them suffer. I have allergies and I panic when I can breath through my nose, so I can’t imagine suffocating with dirt. But all it takes is some backpacking scientific douche to stumble upon these people, and now all of a sudden it’s a problem.

  2. Indians are, actually, very greedy.
    Brazilian indian tribes used to fight each other all the time in the old days. They killed, kidnapped, raped, just to ensure the domain of their tribe. They also aren’t very “green”, since their hunting technique involves setting the woods on fire and killing the animals when they try to escape. If they haven’t completely destroyed the rain forest before the arrival of the europeans, it’s just because too stupid an lack the organization sense to do that.
    Indians receive money from the brazilian government. They drive cars and have TVs on ther villages. They might as well have send this kid to an orphanage. The only reason why I believe they have done that is to show to the government that they are still “keeping their traditions”, and therefore must continue receiving money.

  3. “The international community simply likes to stick their filthy noses and command the way of life of others.”
    This is so true, and Brazil is one of the countries that I absolutely detest, aside from IsJewael.

    One reason why I got a bg account in the first place was I wanted to reply to Tulio_Hermil on the matter of The Triple Alliance war against Paraguay -which he posted in “Genocide Against Guarani-Kaiowa People in Mato Grosso do Sul, Brazil”- Many of the things he said are true, which surprised me because not many people know the history of the conflict, but some things were dead wrong. I never did reply because the initial paragraph, which I wrote in JewSoft Word, turned into a five-page essay. The other reason is because I didn’t want my feelings to get in the way.

    But, needless to say, the truth is not always what we see it to be, and it is not always the most popular either.
    Maybe the Indigenous Tribes have a reason for burying children, be it cultural or ideological. I know many of their actions can be influenced by their ardent believe in myths and legends. Maybe most of the tribe believed that sacrificing a child would cast off evil spirits.

    Either way, stay informed friends, and be weary of DWAs.

    • Hi I am Brazilian, by law in these very far places (Amazon, only forests, no city)tribal culture is preserved. This means they kinda break the law having their own law, most of them also simply had never seen “white men” (people from cities, civilized).

      In this case they only bury babies that were twins. They believe one twin is bad and one twin is good, so by not taking risks they bury the twins. Its very weird however people from cities cannot interfere and neither can tribes interfere with people from cities (civilized lol).

      This laws of tribal protection are a daily debate in brazil, I believe in some years they will be simply be ignored and they also will be forced to respect the ordinary culture.
      BTW: Most of the tribes were simply distroyied and forced to join larger cities, however in Amazon (check maps) their are sooo far and isolated by dense forest, to that point when they see reporters coming they believe their are gods.

  4. I get the impression that burying them alive has some kind of religious significance.

    It would be much more humane and easier to kill them first and these children were not enemies of that tribe they were members of the same tribe and were also family members.

    In the same way that the Mayans and other south American cultures used to have human sacrifice to appease the Gods and create good harvests I expect that burying them alive is of a similar practice, maybe they believe that a good yield of crops will grow as a result.

    The main question is, the children buried alive seem to be of differing ages, if it were a strict population control practice I would expect to see children of a similar age, not more than a few weeks old, being buried but some of these children are about six or seven years old, it doesn’t make sense unless they believe that a bad harvest means that God calls for a sacrifice or something.

    This one has me slightly stumped.

  5. i do agree with what u wrote … the strongs live , the weak s die …. we’re doing the exact opposite today by keeping the weak alive .. and watch where that get us ….. in deep shit .. sry for my bad english

    • The problem is : what do you mean by weak and strong? One “weak” person in a given situation can be strong in another one, or if the conditions are there so that he can express his skills. A person can be genetically adapted to a society but totally inadapted to another one.
      One example : the obese people have a bad genetic system in our society where food is easy to find, but this weakness could have been useful in past societies where dearths were frequent.

  6. Poor ass leaf wearing junglers not taking responsibility for problems they created by giving their children back to earth and letting her sort it out.

  7. What a waste of life. Killing kids is fuckin low. Trouble is, any one can have kids. And shit parents create the fucked up people.

  8. if the baby was retarded and there was no quality of life, then i agree with the tribe. indigenous euthanasia can be brutal some times. but at least the majority of tribe live to see another day.

    any retardation detected during pregnancy, should be a mandatory abortion.

  9. The needs of the many outweight the needs of the few, I get it, but seriously if you have to do the unthinkable and murder your own kids at least do it cleanly and quickly.
    Shit with kids upsets the hell outta me.

  10. Definitely fake…. I bet there’s someone commercializing this acting situation, asking for “donations” to help these poor, unfortunate, people. Someone’s gonna profit off this. A Berg, or a Stein…

  11. I can’t think of a worse way to die. Being burried alive has got to be the most inhumane way of “disposing” unwanted children. Why can’t someone or some group put a stop to this?

  12. “I don’t dispute the fact that the act of burying children alive is barbaric. But if I put away the inbred “civilized world” prejudice and look solely on the fact that a whole tribe could sink if they carried a burden of tying their limited human resources on care for people who have been unlucky to have been born sick or otherwise unable to carry the tribe forward, then the practice makes reasonably good sense. Although different, more humane way to dispose of them should be found. If I were the chieftain, I would employ the Spartan way and command to move the weak away to a desolate place deep in the jungle to let Mother Nature decide whether they should die or grow strong and survive, eventually rejoining the tribe.

    That being said – I don’t expect many people to understand where I’m coming from. It won’t be the first, nor the last time. This is not my world but I have long learned to live being misunderstood by contemporary primates known as homo sapiens.”

    I actually wholeheartedly agree with you. I’m not a killer. Not for greed, money, tribal issues, etc. I wouldn’t ever kill another person or animal unless i was threatened to the point that my life or the life of someone i loved, depended on it. So, with that being said, i don’t personally agree with burying children alive. Not one bit! However, i know nothing of their culture, etc and i can’t understand their reasoning because its totally different than what i perceive in my own world as being ok. What i agree with you on is that its not our business to just move in and decide what’s ok for those people. Like what you mentioned about how if the tables were turned, would we just listen to them?! No way! Surely some of the shit we do has to seem barbaric to them as well.

    Again, I’m not into baby killing, sacrificing, killing at all, etc. For me, its the point behind it. If i were there, i would’ve taken the kids out and probably ended up buried right beside them, but that’s because i don’t understand their way of life. I wasn’t raised that way.

    This video seems very fake to me though. Acting isn’t those indigenous peoples strong points! Seemed like one of those fake war clips, making people outraged and hate them to gain leverage to go in and take over. Well, there’s my thoughts.

    • I think you are right juicy. Actually I wouldgo so far as to say this looks like a chevron oil prapganda video, big oil companies through out the world will go to any lenghs to displace an indiginious tribe so they may claim their lands for oil and gas exploration. It is no secret that the tribes of papa new guina eat the remaims of their decesed relitives, this is a spiritual matter for them but for decades the french goverment used these practices against them to displace their culture, which I believe is equally barbaric.

  13. first, this is a dramatization: ie, the POV shots of the child being buried.
    second, i agree fully with @Mark on this.
    and third and most important: sacrifices to Shub-Niggurath must be offered alive!!!

  14. I hope everyone can tell that is a slick dramatization along the same vein of Faces of Death & Mondo Magic. Surprising how so many fell for it.

  15. Shit, man. I don’t think burying children is an awesome thing to do but I’d like to know the reasoning behind it. Were they bastard children or something of the like? Does anyone know?

  16. Staged or not I couldn’t finish the video. Makes me sick to think they do such things to children. I’m with you on this Mark, they should most definitely get rid of the weak.

  17. Although things are most certainly not ‘perfect” now, there are definite advances as far as how we live today. As you learn you advance as a whole. They are still very cut off and rely on old superstitions to tell them if they will have a good crop this year or not. If they had the ability to advance in some ways, I’m sure this horrible tradition would soon fade away. I don’t see how the gov’t there allows this to go on. Those children are suffering and suffocating apparently for a long time before death.

  18. yeh real fake… But reminds me of a movie I recently saw “Buried” where a civilian contractor in Iraq wakes up in a coffin. The entire movie takes place in the coffin – their convoy was attacked and he hijacked. He’s got a cell phone and a lighter and a camera. A couple scenes were unnecessary, but a very claustrophobic movie – check it out – 2010 movie with Ryan Reynolds

  19. This was pretty intense.. but not like the cameraman had any issue with recording. He probably knew he’d be next if he intervened o.O

  20. If you’re gonna kill the poor kids in the name of the better good of the tribe, at least eat their remains! Make some use of such a horrible act.

  21. Very well thought out summary. Enjoyed it, as always. They did it for their own good. If they weren’t going to grow up to benefit the tribe in any way, then be my guest to get rid of ‘em. Would be better if they did use the children as food or some shit. Wasted all that good dark meat. xD That was terrible. Anyhow, all in all, let the tribes do as they please. It is none of our business what they do inside of them. They don’t stick their noses in our shit. They don’t deserve us sticking ours in theirs.

  22. Poor kids the only deaths what make me feel bad is seeing little babies get murdered for no good reason I’m really starting to hate humanity

  23. It AMAZES me that people can be so fucking blind. w religion, rituals etc. alllll that stuff is pure BS, its pathetic and sad that people need to follow a “Code of conduct” while living their lives. especially when it involves barbaric acts such as these. People need to open up their minds and their hearts and live life correctly……

  24. Bury the slags spittin out these poor kids then standin watchin them get killed! Horrible cunts… god bless that little boy who saved the baby girl!!

  25. Why the fuck didn’t he just take the baby and the other boy and then run away from the murdering bastards? Better if they took their chances out in the jungle than be asphyxiated by half a ton of dirt! Stupid kid didn’t deserve the bollocking brain he was born with! And the evil scum of the earth who wanted the blood of those innocent children on their hands; they deserve to die a million deaths, for that poor baby alone…

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