Maghma music video is about indians, technology and hope

For you, we present the new video made by 666 rmx for the Maghma tune, from Let's do the Samba! album. It's an extended and brand new version of the song, with some kinda of "voodoo-western trance" in the middle. The word Nhacunhé is a gibberish improvised by Mauricio at first vocal recording takes and this is how it remained at this version. "It's a scream, a war scream", says Mauricio, from HI-BRAZIL.

"It's like, you know, we are indians, our country is the Planet Earth, our tribe is humanity and our religion is the Nature. So, we can't stand anymore with your commandments and stuff and we will spread our scream", explains, with a grin. "There are these genetics stuff, too, that was on my mind on the moment of the recording. They are collecting blood from natives across the world and getting it for themselves through the patents they are requiring over all that genetic information. Because they discovered that native americans has a "particular" genetic code, a very ancient one... The appropriation of all this creation codes is part from Genoma Project".

Meanwhile, at São Vicente, described by Wikipedia as the first Portuguese permanent settlement in the Americas and the first capital of the Captaincy of São Vicente, now the state of São Paulo, there are a tribe of natives that reconquered the right to live at Paranapuã Beach. But the place is an ecological reserve and the native people can't do fish, plant or hunt in the area. So, they are surviving collecting rests of fruits and verdures in open-air markets or then receiving basic nutritional food from the mayor of the city. Now they are involved in cases of alcoholism, violence and suicides. They want to come back to Nature. But the white man don't. And will not give permission to them for it.

São Vicente was established as a proper village in 1532 by Martim Afonso de Sousa on what was then the Porto dos Escravos (port of the slaves), operated by three Portuguese colonists who trafficked on slaves captured by allied tribes, São Vicente is titled Cellula Mater (Mother Cell) of Brazil for being the first organized town in the country. The first City Council of all the Americas was democratically elected and established in São Vicente on August 22, 1532.

So, it's what we had to say at Indians Day. It's time for independence. There's still hope...We'd like to thank the actress, Rosa, for her love and confidence.


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