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May. 05, 2018
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A white liberal BBC writer visited the jungle-dwelling Korowai tribe in Papua, Indonesia, "to try and understand the pressures they face as they move into the modern world."
In the series finale of "My Year with the Tribe" released last Sunday, writer Will Millard is seen helping the tribe out by giving them medicine and cash in exchange for filming rights.
The tribe pays back the favor by threatening him with a bow and arrow, holding him hostage on their remote island, and extorting him and his film crew for tons of cash.
Here's the full video from BBC (it will probably get taken down soon as it appears to be a reupload):
Here's just the clip of the tribal leader threatening Millard with a bow and arrow:
Though the tribe demanded many thousands more, Millard eventually agrees to pay over $2000 to be released.
From The Daily Express:
Initially, as Will returned for a last visit to his friends among the Korowai people of West Papua, there was a kind of end-of-term feeling. The bleak village, into which increasing numbers of these hunter-gatherer people were being corralled by the Indonesian government, was empty as everyone had returned to the forest for a massive tribal jamboree.These are the people "living in harmony with nature" the Western media tells us to idolize.
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