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A creature appearing in the mythology of the Algonquian people who are native to northern US and Canada, who is malevolent, cannibalistic and capable of transforming or possessing humans
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(103) See Jack D Forbes, Columbus and Other Cannibals: The Wetiko Disease of Exploitation, Imperialism, and Terrorism, revised ed (New York: Seven Stories Press, 2008) ch 2.
For a critique of this literature, see Friedland, Wetiko Principles, supra note 37 at 24-35.
(109) Friedland, Wetiko Principles, supra note 37 at 39-40 [footnotes omitted].
(113) See Val Napoleon et al, Cree Law: Mikomosis and the Wetiko (Victoria: University of Victoria, 2013).
He is the author of The Madness of George Bush: A Reflection of Our Collective Psychosis, Wetiko: The Greatest Epidemic Sickness Known to Humanity, and Dispelling Wetiko: Breaking the Curse of Evil.
Val Napoleon et al, Mikomosis and the Wetiko (Victoria, BC: University of Victoria, Indigenous Law Research Unit, 2013); Val Napoleon, "My Grandmother's Skin" in Shari Graydon, ed, I Feel Great about My Hands: And Other Unexpected Joys of Aging (Vancouver, BC: Douglas & McIntyre, 2011) 81.
The Wetiko (Windigo) Legal Principles: Responding to Harmful People in Cree, Anishinabek and Saulteaux Societies Past, Present and Future Uses, with a Focus on Contemporary Violence and Child Victimization Concerns, University of Alberta.
Hadley Friedland, The Wetiko (Windigo) Legal Principles: Responding to Harmful People in Cree, Anishinabek and Saulteaux Societies: Past, Present and Future Uses, with a Focus on Contemporary Violence and Child Victimization Concerns, University of Alberta.
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