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    foresaw the Jesuits going to uncharted areas of the jungle inhabited by the Guarani people, demonstrating the significance assimilating the Guarani people meant to the Jesuits. Additionally, the Guarani people were accurately displayed as a self-sustained society where basic components such as: productivity, protection, justice regulations and a form of a leader was evident in the form of their King. Nonetheless, the Guarani were an isolated group of individuals who were secluded to the outside world;

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    Gabriel, played by Jeremy Lyons, in an effort to liberate the Guarani people by proselytizing them to Christianity, becomes their oppressor by changing their natural beliefs and practices. While his intentions are meritorious, they display another form of colonialism and oppression. He does learn the Guarani’ language. However, this appears to be only as an attempt to teach them his way or the Jesuit way. Instead of learning the Guarani culture and assimilating therein, he attempts to convert them

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    1986 film The Mission depicts the relation of the Jesuits as a type of enlightening force for the Guarani people, that is able to organized theses people in way that was not before possible. The representation of the priest as these great liberators of knowledge by the movie is flattery, the natives where indeed capable of organizing themselves as a society that the films choses to ignore. The Guarani where not the pure molds that the movie presents, they contained there own original and optioned

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    ideologies that stated that a man who was not trained in those fundamental powers were not recognised as humans in a sense (Stuart). This is shown in the film, The Mission, when priests gathered and were discussing the inhuman or animalistic nature of the Guarani people of Southern America. They contrasted themselves as images of humanity, with being educated, cultured and having history of their own Quote this/movie . Furthermore, the Christian or religious definition of humanity has a much more significant

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    Guarani Monologue

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    perhaps, you may forget a little bit about your problem for a moment. Come on, Ken, don't give up, please!!! Oh no, Ken! Guarani isn't my own language, in fact, no native language is my own language. Guarani is an indigenous dialect that is spoken by certain people who belongs to that indigenous nation located in the province of Corrientes, but they aren't the only ones. The Guarani wasn't the only tongue that was spoken in this country before that Spanish arrived. Indigenous people of here are divided

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    The Guarani-Kaiwa Tribe

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    Lastly, the Guarani-Kaiowa tribe should not gain the ownership rights to the “ancestral” lands of Mato Grosso do Sul due to the fact that it could cause irreversible damage to the lives of small farmers. Most of the residents have called Mato Grosso do Sul their homes for decades. According to Tereza Cristina, a local congresswomen, “there are some big producers in the region, but many are small and medium-sized landowners who have had the title to their land for 60, 70, sometimes 100 years” (Guardian

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    conflict arises between the Spanish and the Portugese is concerning the Guarani Indians and their land. This took in the 1750s in Northeastern Argentina with a Jesuit priest, Father Gabriel sent to Covent the Guarani Indians into Christiansand to build a mission. The characters include Father Gabriel, Rodrigo Mendoza and Papal Nuncio Altamirano. The issue between the Spanish and the Portuguese was what they wanted to do with the Guarani Indians. The Spanish priests wanted to convert the Indians to Christians

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    I, Father Gabriel, chose the best moral decision because I was able to perform God’s teaching for the Guarani Tribe well. The day was as chilling as the breath of death and I was sleeping in the wilderness. God came up to me and revealed his truth and missions. I was hesitating to go out and deliver the world of God to the people, but God’s spirit was upon me. After traveling days and nights, I got in South America. The people were nice and welcoming, so I didn't have much problems to spread christianity

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    explores the various relationships distinguished between Spanish Jesuits and Indian (Guarani) civilization situated along the borders of Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil around 1750. Although, as stated in the beginning of the movie that “The Mission” is “based on true historical events”, Bolt and Joffe distort the portrayal of the Guarani and Jesuit relationships. This essay will examine the distortions of the Guarani tribe and the inaccurate “historical” events that took place within the movie.

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    Spain and Portugal imposing their political and religious systems onto the Guarani people. The move culminates with the Guarani War of 1754 - 1756, in which the Guarani tribe defend their territory from the Spanish and Portuguese

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