http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/ … rrows.html
Pictures of uncontacted tribes, naked with body paint, firing bows and arrows at a plane (who knows what they make of seeing a plane?).
A handful of uncontacted tribes exist around the world, their existence threatened by "civilised" man.
tribes have threat of extinction with contact with 'civilised' man - exposure to disease etc
http://blogs.nationalgeographic.com/blo … ction.html
What Have you Done BB ??
Surely by bring these poor so far untroubled people to the attention of the Evangelical you have doomed them to an unwelcomed onslaught of rampaging missionaries Hell bent on saving them from themselves.
Although... thinking about it... if they're canibals and a few of the Zealots around here were to sail off and get eaten....
Sorry I spoke, forget it, Good idea, thanks for bringing it to my...sorry... THEIR attention... Bless you !!!
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