Which one would you rather live in? The home you could built on your own, or in a house with 4 walls or an apartment complex of about 80 units in them.
Living Indigenous VS. Not living Indigenous
- In the Indigenous Home, weather, temperature, upholding and possibly predators would be, most likely, your only concern.
- In Colonization, your home whether House or Apartment, requires a list of amounts of money owed to a corporation.Some of these bills would include paying bills like rent. Rent is a regular payment, usually paid out every 4 weeks or 30 days to the landlord of the property you are renting on. In addition, on a regular monthly basis, you are demanded to pay an electricity or gas bill, sometimes, even both. There is also a water bill that comes along with this possession and if you desire enjoyment like watching actors and performers on Television, a cable bill is charged and a phone bill if you wanted to tele-communicated. Not too mention, when you live in a house you have to pay a mortgage and despite how many years you have been paying on it, it will get foreclosed if you missed a payment. In addition to mortgage, property taxes and home insurance also takes a chunk of your income.
|Indigenous Papua New Guinea on the Left. On the Right, a foreclosure home in a community and an apartment complex.|