By Brenda Norrell
Updated Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013
LEITH, North Dakota -- Native Americans are calling for peacekeepers to protect the Treaty Territory and support the local community of Leith on Sunday, when neo-Nazi white supremacists plan to invade and take over the town.
The Last Real Indians sent out this message, which was shared 315 times in 40 minutes on Saturday night on Facebook. On Sunday morning, it had been shared 725 times in eight hours.
On Saturday night, Last Real Indians, comprised of Native American journalists, said, "Tomorrow is the Caravan to Leith, North Dakota, where the white supremacists movement will host a meeting to protect their hateful pursuit to take over that town."
"We need our vets, our brothers, our hunters, and anyone that cares to protect the safety of our children to come help in our peacekeeping force. Be there by 1 pm Central to be sure we join the good evolving citizens of North Dakota to protect Treaty Territory."