Charley Waco

 Buffalo Soldier

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A Tribute to The Men In Blue!

Last Update: 8-22-2017
by Charley Waco/Buffalo Soldier

"For civilized men and women, war is not an option!

Therefore, in the spirit of eternal peace and justice, we are dedicated in our efforts to help put an end to all acts of terror and war forever! 
We regret the fact that in 1860's America while in a 'post slave' state of mind, we helped wage war against the Native American People.
Today, we apologize to their descendants in a sincere effort to neutralize the negative karma we accumulated
as a result of our actions."

The original Buffalo Soldiers  were descendants of free Africans, brought by force from Africa to the Americas where they were worked without pay as slaves. These soldiers included African American farmers just up from  slavery, former African-American Civil War veterans, and  many other free men of color. During the first two years following the end of the Civil War, they joined the 9th and 10th Cavalry Regiments of the United States Army. These African American cavalry regiments were authorized by congress on July 28, 1866. The name 'Buffalo Soldier' was given to the former African slaves by the brave, tribal warriors they fought. The name eventually became synonymous with all African-American Soldiers in cavalry and infantry regiments formed in 1866.

Today, the Buffalo Soldiers ride once again. We ride inspired by the fact that we must live up to the (true meaning) of the United States Constitution as it was originally written. We support the rule of law of the land, the ending of all suffering, and the total enlightenment and liberation of all sentient beings with freedom, equality, liberty and justice for all, forever!

​​Back in February of 2012 I wrote the (Ballad of the Buffalo Soldier,) a western style song inspired by the rich history of the Buffalo Soldiers and the honorable record they compiled while they served in the United States Army. Inspired and empowered  by their free, eternal spirit, I share access to the  ballad, along with two more of my original songs on compact disc,...Click Here!

 Powered by the Free, Eternal Spirit of the Buffalo Soldiers!

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