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American 'killed by isolated Indian island tribe'

Police say man was visiting North Sentinel Island, whose inhabitants are known to attack outsiders
Not even a tourist but a fucking missionary.......
I reacted with a sense of joy when I learned about these islanders and how they are protected against outsiders not that long ago, and so was struck by a feeling of sadness when I read about this in Norwegian media today. How long will it take before this little pocket of resistance to civilisation is destroyed too? Like a tumour, Leviathan will not stop releasing new cancerous cells out into "circulation" until it's killed its host...
When you Google North Sentinel Island there are now over 3,000 "reviews" of it as if it were a tourist resort. Most of them favorable (4.6 stars out of 5), and quite funny.

Many of the "reviews" are recently posted in the wake of the recent killing.

e.g. "Beautiful island! Pristine beaches and amazing food. The best part was the hospitality though, the locals even hunted for me .They must have been aiming for something behind me though because they accidentally got me in the chest with an arrow." -- Hodgie Michaels

"Vacationers need to visit this island! Beautiful scenery where you can be enlightened, with a complementary arrow in the legs,arms and eyes at the end of each visit. The luaus here are just so amazing too! Was served pork that looked almost like a human leg, but was amazing and made me discover a new cuisine I never knew about! An unforgettable experience." - Alan Nguyen

"Beautiful Island, Nice Beaches. locals treated me like a God! which was great right up until the point they realized I wasn't. I gave it only 3 stars because the Wifi was kinda slow." - Eli Mead

"Had a great time there with my wife and kids, good seafood 24/7. Only downside is the locals trying to kill us all the time which was pretty annoying... Yikes! Also FYI not wheelchair friendly." - Dezoo Exclusive

"One of the must see destinations to visit before you DIE... Locals are very friendly, Exquisite dishes and Fun games." - A. Kumar
The Last Days of John Allen Chau by Alex Perry

In the fall of 2018, the 26-year-old American missionary traveled to a remote speck of sand and jungle in the Indian Ocean, attempting to convert one of the planet's last uncontacted tribes to Christianity. The islanders killed him, and Chau was pilloried around the world as a deluded Christian supremacist who deserved to die. Alex Perry pieces together the life and death of a young adventurer driven to extremes by unshakable faith.


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