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The Truth About the Native American Genocide 09 Jul 2016 22:56 #1

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Thought it would be nice to start this topic in order to learn a bit more about the history of the Indians in the US.

As in the media they are mostly portrayed as poor, lovingly people who 'lived in harmony with the land' and the white cavalry just comes barging in, shooting them up to rob them from their lands...

Imo this is done in order to feed 'white guilt' to the US people of European descent.

As the Indians themselves consisted out of some VERY brutal and violent tribes with the Comanche being the most brutal of all by far:

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The truth Johnny Depp wants to hide about the real-life Tontos: How Comanche Indians butchered babies, roasted enemies alive and would ride 1,000 miles to wipe out one family

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2396760/How-Comanche-Indians-butchered-babies-roasted-enemies-alive.html
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Anyway, altho I'm not that big of a fan of Molyneux, I think this presentation of him is quite accurate:


The Truth About The Native American Genocide

Interactions between the early European settlers and America’s native population are often described using terms such as slaughter, genocide and holocaust – but what is The Truth about the Native American Genocide?



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There are far more indigenous groups in the Americas than just the (late) conquered Native Americans.

The Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, British and French racist motherfuckers have slaughtered them, as if they were subhuman.

No wonder the Nazi Baby tries to whitewash that black history from the books.

A white settler on ground previously inhabited by red/black/brown/yellow people is a hero and example of civilisation.
A red/black/poop-brown immigrant trying to make the best of his/her life in terrains where white people are living is a coloniser who should be sent back to the hellhole he/she came from.


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There are far more indigenous groups in the Americas than just the (late) conquered Native Americans.

The Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, British and French racist motherfuckers have slaughtered them, as if they were subhuman.

No wonder the Nazi Baby tries to whitewash that black history from the books.

A white settler on ground previously inhabited by red/black/brown/yellow people is a hero and example of civilisation.
A red/black/poop-brown immigrant trying to make the best of his/her life in terrains where white people are living is a coloniser who should be sent back to the hellhole he/she came from.


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Guess you've been watching too many Hollywood Wild West movies now Gaia.

Here, have a read... :arowdn:

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Shortly after the settlement at Jamestown in 1607, a ship from England was sailing up the James River to Jamestown Island bringing settlers and supplies. The passengers and crew observed a canoe, which was being frantically paddled by an Indian woman and seven children, emerging from behind a point of land. Behind the canoe was a ship’s boat, manned by husky White men who were just as furiously rowing their craft which was steadily gaining.

The ship’s boat caught up with the canoe almost under the bow of the ship, and the interested passengers and crew gasped as a sailor in the bow of the ship’s boat leaned over and with his pistol shot the Indian woman. The ship’s boat rammed the fragile canoe and rode up over it, forcing it down into the water and throwing the children into the river. They watched in horror as the sailors used their oars to hold the children under water until they drowned. The incoming ship landed at Jamestown and its passengers disembarked, full of protests and condemnation at the brutal sight they had just witnessed. Then they were told the rest of the story.

The Indians’ god was named Okee, or Kiwassa. He was a mighty and terrible god, a god the Indians feared. He spoke to the Indians in thunder and lightning. Night, blackness, and pain bespoke his presence. His food was pain. The more the pain, the longer and more excruciating the pain, the more satisfied and happy was Okee. To turn this consuming wrath from themselves, the Indians did all they could to give their god what he wanted, pain, from someone else. As to a “good” god, there was no such being. If there were, there was no reason to worship or conciliate such a deity, since he would not injure them. This Okee was another matter entirely. He had to be pacified or he would turn on the Indian for the pain he craved. Once a year, twenty of the handsomest children, aged 10 to 15, were painted white and placed at the foot of a tree. Then, savages armed with clubs formed a narrow corridor through which five men were to pass, carrying off the children. As the braves passed through the corridor with the children in their arms, they were severely beaten by the multitude to elicit pain, but the carriers carefully shielded the children. The children’s turn was to come. The children were then cast into a heap in a valley. The actual things that were done to the children were well-kept secrets, but this much we do know, Okee sucked their blood until they were dead. The god Okee loved pain and sucked blood. The pain of someone good was better than the pain of someone bad; that of the strong and brave better than that of one weak. But pain of any sort was demanded. Indian women and children were the ones delegated to administer this pain. Their craft was state-of-the-art. They were past-experts at their allotted tasks.

The pain of a White man was, in the eyes of the Indians, better than the pain of an Indian. Therefore, every White settler was eyed as a potential gift to Okee. When fate, trust, cupidity, or stupidity delivered a White captive into Indian hands, he was imprisoned but treated with kindness and well cared for. He was carefully fed, building his strength to withstand the trials to come.

When at last judged to be in his strongest physical condition he was taken to meet Okee. He was bound, usually to a stake in the center of an Indian village. The Indian women and children were released to practice their carefully-learned craft on him. They were masters at their work.
The skin on the prisoner’s face, eyelids, lips, tongue, and private parts was slowly and excruciatingly removed. Splinters the size of toothpicks were inserted into the bare muscle tissue and lighted. With care and patience, a White man could be kept alive sometimes for three excruciating days. Then his entrails, those that would not cause immediate death, were removed. On rare occasions when tortured prisoners were recaptured while undergoing torture, they always begged for a quick and merciful death – never release. What was left of the man was a ragged screaming bundle of scorched and burnt nerves and flesh – the perfect meal that satisfied Okee best.

The Indian woman and her children executed under the bow of the incoming ship below Jamestown Island had been surprised torturing a White captive in the manner described above. They fled by boat, were caught, and were given a quick, merciful death, something they had not given their victim. The passengers and crew quickly came to understand that Indians were not sunburned White men. They were savages bred to their way of life for a thousand generations by a god that demanded that different laws be obeyed. The colonists made quick adjustments in their thinking to improve their chances of survival in a strange land, a land made savage by inhabitants as cruel and evil as anything encountered by the children of Israel when they went into the promised land.
The men in the longboat acted as Phineas [Numbers 25:1-12] would have acted.6
1. The author here cites Virginia: A History of the People by John Esten Cooke (New York, 1883), p. 28
2. Richard Kelly Hoskins, Vigilantes of Christendom, chapter 3: “Virginia,” pp. 65-67. Hoskins does not cite other sources, so his telling may be apocryphal, yet whether or not it is, John Esten Cooke’s attestations deem such an account to be highly intrinsically probable, hence reflective of such Indians’ motivations. For Cooke testifies that the Indians worshiped Okee as an evil god who delighted in the suffering of children and innocents (Virginia, pp. 28-29), they seeing no need to propitiate a good god who would not cause them injury anyway.

There is a reason why our ancestors said "Save the last bullet for yourself" because they knew from too many gruesome examples what would happen to them if the asiatic Amerind caught them alive, and also, "the only good Indian is a dead Indian".



Scalp Dance: Indian Warfare on the High Plains, 1865-1879
www.amazon.com/Scalp-Dance-Indian-Warfare-1865-1879/dp/0811729079/ref=sr_1_sc_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1466706871&sr=8-1-spell&keywords=scalpdance
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The Truth About the Native American Genocide 09 Jul 2016 23:23 #4

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What indigenous groups between them are doing is of no argument to anyone conquering and enslaving their way through the New World.

Hey you, red-faced guy, you are fighting with your neighbour.
Yes, that's our business.
No, that means it is perfectly moral to occupy both your and his house and enslave you two. You are fighting using in my opinion "primitive" methods, so it's perfectly ok that I submit both of you to my rule. *cough*, here, you have some alien germs to help speed up the process...


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The Truth About the Native American Genocide 10 Jul 2016 00:07 #5

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Gaia wrote:
What indigenous groups between them are doing is of no argument to anyone conquering and enslaving their way through the New World.

Hey you, red-faced guy, you are fighting with your neighbour.
Yes, that's our business.
No, that means it is perfectly moral to occupy both your and his house and enslave you two. You are fighting using in my opinion "primitive" methods, so it's perfectly ok that I submit both of you to my rule. *cough*, here, you have some alien germs to help speed up the process...


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Dude, all is nice and well... but if the whites wouldn't have colonized the US, then it would still be stone-age over there, in stead of the advanced civilization it has become. (which is now breaking down rapidly ofc..)

Those indians have been quite an aggressive and very primitive lot.

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How about all the 'genocides' of European settlers by the peace-loving red men?
"The only good Indian is a dead Indian" saying didn't come about for no reason at all.

To get a true historical account of that time period you have to read books written back then, before the jewish era of guilt-tripped white liberals and political correctness. Thankfully, there is a source for free information--lots of it--available for download at the Internet Archive.

The history books written in the 18th and 19th centuries described the the brutality of the so-called "noble savage" in detail and not faux history as depicted in jewish Hollywood films and history books written by sentimental liberals.

"The Indians came apparently as friends, and the French war having been terminated by the treaty of the preceding spring, the whites did not for an instant doubt their sincerity. They were entertained in small parties at different houses, and every civility and act of kindness, which the new settlers could proffer, where extended to them. In a moment of the most perfect confidence in the innocence of their intentions, the Indians rose on them and tomahawked and scalped all, save a few women and children of whom they made prisoners.

After the perpetration of this most barbarous and bloody outrage, the Indians (excepting some few who took charge of the prisoners) proceeded to the settlement in the Levels. Here, as at Muddy creek, they disguised their horrid purpose, and wearing the mask of friendship, were kindly received at the house of Mr. Clendennin.''This gentleman had just returned from a successful hunt, and brought home three fine elks—these and the novelty of being with friendly Indians, soon drew the whole settlement to his house. Here too the Indians were well entertained and feasted on the fruit of Clendennin's hunt, and every other article of provision which was there, and could minister to their gratification. An old woman, who was of the party, having a very sore leg and having understood that Indians could perform a cure of any ulcer, shewed it to one near her; and asked if he could heal it—The inhuman monster raised his tomahawk and buried it in her head. This seemed to be the signal of a general massacre and promptly was it obeyed—nearly every man of the settlement was killed and the women and children taken captive.

While this tragedy was acting, a negro woman, who was endeavoring to escape, was followed by her crying child.—To save it from savage butchery, she turned around and murdered it herself. <---That speaks volumes!--JSteele

Mrs. Clendennin, driven to despair by the cruel and unprovoked murder of her husband and friends, and the spoliation and destruction of all their property, boldly charged the Indians with perfidy and treachery; and alleged that cowards only could act with such duplicity. The bloody scalp of her husband was thrown in her face—the tomahawk was raised over her head; but she did not cease to revile them. In going over Keeny's knot on the next day, the prisoners being in the centre, and the Indians in the front and rear, she gave her infant child to one of the women to hold for a while.—She then stepped into the thicket unperceived, and made her escape. The crying of the infant soon lead to a discovery of her flight—one of the Indians observed that he could "bring the cow to her calf," and taking the child by the heels, beat out its brains against a tree."-- Chronicles of Border Warfare: A History of the Settlement by the Whites, of Northwestern Virginia, and of the Indian Wars and Massacres

Books here:

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And the utterly retarded racist ranter is continuing.

Almost all of the "chroniclers" of indigenous peoples in the Americas were Europeans. So it's no wonder they paint their newly acquired "primitives" as bad as possible. That is not to say that no horrific practices were present in those lands, but they are exaggerated by the "settlers" to defend the position of "we are more civilised".

Many indigenous people were unaware of the maniac motives of their new masters and naievely offered them gold, cloths, food and shelter, only to find they were tricked by the treacherous tramplers.

You really think you can lecture me on this topic, dwindling dwarf? :yerright:
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^ Are you some kind of antifa or something? :chuckle:

Seems like you just can't take a look at some 'alternate history' now can you? Pls post some more BBC and Time magazine links to backup the stories your posting. (while you know they are controlled btw..)

Anyway, here's how stuff went down for the settlers back in the day:

(subtitles can be turned on on YT)



Now that's some nasty stuff right there. Lot of these Indians were just wild and brutal people who scalped their enemies and wore there scalps as 'badges of honor' on their clothes:


Native American Big Mouth Spring with decorated scalp lock on right shoulder. 1910 photograph by Edward S. Curtis
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It's official: Whites were the first Americans

Say hello to 'Kennewick Man' - a 9,300-year-old skeleton found in Washington on July of 1996, which predates the 'Native Americans' by thousands of years.



There's just one problem: The skeleton is Caucasian. You read that right; not mongoloid, not 'Native American,' it's the skeleton of a White Man, and it predates the Indians.

That's not all. Anthropologists and archaeologists have uncovered a plethora of pre-Clovis tools, all predating 'Native Americans,' whose origins are traced to Europe - Spain to be precise.

Evidence Suggests Whites Settled America First
www.bbc.co.uk/science/horizon/2002/columbus.shtml (BBC)

First American's Might Have Been European
www.livescience.com/7043-americans-european.html [Live Science]

Evidence suggests whites settled Americas First
www.keelynet.com/unclass/cauc.htm

Naturally, all this scientific evidence is unacceptable to the anti-White, Politically Correct egalitarians. No problem; political pressure is building to subject 'Kennewick Man' to the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act and rebuffed without further ado once the feds have designated a tribal affiliation. The skeletal remains are to be 'given back' to Native-Americans, where they'll most likely destroy them.

All in the name of Political Correctness. Doesn't matter much, the evidence is mounting, and the silence is breaking.

It’s Official: Whites WERE The First Americans


'Move over, “First Nations” - you have it wrong. The very latest DNA research has now proven conclusively that DNA lineage predominantly found in Europe got to the Great Lakes at least 15,000 years ago, and possibly earlier - several thousand years before Indians made it across the Bering Straits. Whites were the first Americans after all.

According to Douglas Wallace, a geneticist at Emory University, the “first migration was 20,000 to 30,000 years ago." Speaking during a BBC Two television program to be aired on Thursday 21 November at 9pm GMT, Wallace said the DNA profile of the Ichigua Native American tribe showed a lineage that was clearly European in origin, too old to be due to genetic mixing since Columbus' discovery of the New World. Instead it dated to Solutrean times – 20,000 – 30,000 BP (Before Present.)

Wallace's genetic timelines show the Ice Age prompted a number of migrations from Europe to America. It looks highly likely that the Solutreans were one. “Genetics, anthropology and a few shards of flint combined to overturn the accepted facts and to push back one of the greatest technological changes that the Americas have ever seen by over five millennia,” says the BBC on its website in preparation for the program.

The accepted version of the first Americans starts with a flint spearhead unearthed at Clovis, New Mexico, in 1933. Dated by the mammoth skeleton it lay beside to 11,500 years ago (11.5kya), it was distinctive because it had two faces, where flakes had been knapped away from a core flint. There seemed to be nothing human before Clovis. Whoever those incomers were around 9,500BC, they appeared to have had a clean start. And the Clovis point was their icon - across 48 states. The traditional view of American prehistory was that Clovis people traveled by land from Asia.

This version was so accepted that few archaeologists even bothered to look for artefacts from periods before 10,000BC. But when Jim Adavasio continued to dig below the Clovis layer at his dig near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he found blades and blade cores dating back to 16,000BC. His findings were dismissed as erroneous; too astonishing to be credible. The Clovis consensus had too many reputations behind it to evaporate easily. Some archaeologists who backed Adavasio's conclusions with other similar data were accused of making radiocarbon dating errors or even of planting finds.

Decisive evidence would have to come from an independent arena. Douglas Wallace studies mitochondrial DNA, part of the human chromosomes that is passed unchanged from mother to daughter. It only varies when mistakes occur in the replication of the genetic code.

Conveniently for Wallace's work (piecing together a global history of migration of native peoples) these mistakes crop up at a quite regular rate. The technique has allowed Wallace to map the geographical ancestry of all the Native American peoples back to Siberia and northeast Asia.

The route of the Clovis hypothesis was right. The date, however, was wrong - out by up to 20,000 years. Wallace's migration history showed waves of incomers. The Clovis people were clearly not the first humans to set foot across North America.

Dennis Stanford went back to first principles to investigate Clovis afresh, looking at tools from the period along the route Clovis was assumed to have taken from Siberia via the Bering Strait to Alaska. The large bifaced Clovis point was not in the archaeological record. Instead the tools used microblades, numerous small flint flakes lined up along the spear shaft to make its head.

Wallace's DNA work suggested migration from Asia to America but the Clovis trail contradicted it. Bruce Bradley stepped in to help solve this dichotomy, bringing with him one particular skill: flintknapping and the ability to read flint tools for their most intimate secrets.

He spotted the similarity in production method between the Clovis point and tools made by the Solutrean neolithic (Stone Age) culture in southwest France. At this stage his idea was pure hypothesis, but could the first Americans have been European?

The Solutreans were a remarkably society, the most innovative and adaptive of the time. They were among the first to discover the value of heat treating flints to increase strength. Bradley was keen to discover if Solutrean flintknapping styles matched Clovis techniques. A trawl through the unattractive flint offcuts in the storerooms of a French museum convinced him of the similarities, even though five thousand kilometres lay between their territories.

The divide was more than just distance; it crossed five thousand years as well. No matter the similarities between the two cultures, the possibility of a parallel technology developing by chance would have to be considered. More evidence emerged from an archaeological dig in Cactus Hill, Virginia. A bifaced flint point found there was dated to 16kya, far older than Clovis.

Even more startling was its style. To flintknapper Bruce Bradley's eye, the Cactus Hill flint was a technological midpoint between the French Solutrean style and the Clovis points dating five millennia later. It seemed there is no great divide in time. The Solutrean flint methods evolved into Clovis.

If time could be discounted, Bradley's critics pointed to an obstacle that was hardly going to go away: crossing the Atlantic Ocean in small open boats. How could Stone Age people have made such an epic journey, especially when the Ice Age maximum would have filled the Atlantic with icebergs.

Dennis Stanford returned to his earlier hunch, looking for clues among the Arctic Eskimo peoples. Despite the influx of modern technologies, he was heartened to discover that traditional techniques endured. Clothing makers in Barrow, Alaska, recognised some Solutrean bone needles he showed them as typical of their own. The caribou skin clothing the Inuit still choose to wear could equally have been made by people in 16,000BC. And for Eskimo peoples the Arctic is not a desert - but a source of plentiful sea food. If the Solutreans had the Clovis point it would have made a formidable harpoon weapon to ensure a food supply. Would modern Eskimo ever consider a five thousand kilometre journey across the Atlantic?

The answer it seems is yes - they have undertaken similar journeys many times. Most encouraging was the realisation that Inuit people today rely on traditional boat building techniques. 'Unbreakable' plastic breaks in the unceasing cold temperatures whereas boats of wood, sealskin and whale oil are resilient and easily maintained. The same materials would have been available to Solutrean boat builders. Even if the Stone Age Europeans could make those boats, would it survive an Atlantic crossing?

Stanford believes the boats' flimsiness is deceptive. With the Atlantic full of ice floes it would be quite possible for paddlers in open boats to travel along the edges, always having a safe place to haul out upon if the weather turned in.

All this evidence was still essentially circumstantial, making the Solutrean adventure possible not proven. However, Douglas Wallace’s DNA mapping has proven it to be correct.

“The impact of this new prehistory on Native Americans could be grave. They usually consider themselves to be Asian in origin; and to have been subjugated by Europeans after 1492. If they too were partly Europeans, the dividing lines would be instantly blurred,” writes the BBC.'

www.stormfront.org/forum/t313936/?postcount=1#post3257390
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As you guys know, there's some mainstream sources up here, and mostly I don't like those sources. But I don't expect them to be lying about this... and furthermore, they didn't really push the narrative that whites were there first. They just reported it, and it probably got overshadowed by some 'important' entertainment or football-news.
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It's official: Whites were the first Americans

Say hello to 'Kennewick Man' - a 9,300-year-old skeleton found in Washington on July of 1996, which predates the 'Native Americans' by thousands of years.

:larf: :larf: :larf: :larf: :facepalm: :facepalm: :facepalm: :facepalm:

Even the Bering Strait-Clovis narrative was predating 9,300 years. The quote "thousands of years before" is even more hilarious.

The oldest evidences, which are still not widely accepted, but observing the relatively small distance to Africa, they hold value, are found in northeastern Brazil. Possible evidences have been dated at 22,000+ years BP.

Even if this "Kennewick man" is white, it postdates everything even the mainstream is telling.

Earliest settlements in Colombia (the first South American country across the Darien Gap with Panama) are dated at 12,400 years BP, so "thousands of years" (3) before this Kennewick Man.

Findings in Chile are even older. North America has evidence of the Pleistocene (i.e. >10,000 BP) as well.

The mainstream says: Clovis-first via Bering Strait in the late Pleistocene.
Alternative hypotheses are presented from Africa (just a leap from Sierra Leone/Liberia we find Brazil) and Melanesian routes (from Australia -in a wide sense- to Peru/Chile/Ecuador).

Vikings reached the NE part of the Americas around 900-1100 AD.

Either learn about paleo-anthropology of the Americas, or shut up, this is really pathetic. :iitm:

Links for those who want to -at least- learn the mainstream narrative:

- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Settlement_of_the_Americas
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tequendama (11,000 BP)
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/El_Abra (12,400 BP)
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Monte_Verde (18,500 BP)
- en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toca_da_Tira_Peia (22,000 (!) BP)
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You know your stuff well I see... from the books that you have been learning nicely from TPTB. :)

Yes, it's difficult to pinpoint exactly how stuff went down and who exactly were firsters if we're talking back thousands of years.

Anyway, let's get back OT.
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You don't fool me with your fake bullshit. Not on this topic, where I know way more than you, nor on WWII where I see much clearer than you. :facepalm:
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Recent anthropological and archaeological research is revising the old narrative pushed by -in many cases- catholic, racist (as was normal in those times) and Euro-centric stories about the indigenous peoples of the Americas.

If you really want to stick to the -ridiculous- word "indian", then at least have the decency to use "Amerindian". False too, but at least better than showing your complete lack of knowledge of the subject by using "indian".

Indianen/r (Dutch, German) => oorspronkelijke bevolking van de Amerika's
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The Truth About the Native American Genocide 10 Jul 2016 03:25 #13

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You don't fool me with your fake bullshit. Not on this topic, where I know way more than you, nor on WWII where I see much clearer than you. :facepalm:

Sure you do :chuckle: ;)
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Recent anthropological and archaeological research is revising the old narrative pushed by -in many cases- catholic, racist (as was normal in those times) and Euro-centric stories about the indigenous peoples of the Americas.

If you really want to stick to the -ridiculous- word "indian", then at least have the decency to use "Amerindian". False too, but at least better than showing your complete lack of knowledge of the subject by using "indian".

Indianen/r (Dutch, German) => oorspronkelijke bevolking van de Amerika's

Indiaan {zn.} :

Indian
American Indian
Amerindian

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The Truth About the Native American Genocide 10 Jul 2016 03:33 #15

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eikel; de eikel zelfst.naamw. (m.)
Uitspraak: [ˈɛikəl]
Verbuigingen: -s (meerv.)

1) vrucht van de eik - acorn
het eekhoorntje knabbelde aan een eikel - the squirrel nibbled on an acorn

2) uiteinde van de penis - glans, tip

3) dom en vervelend persoon - loaf
Wat ben jij een eikel zeg! - Jesus, what a loaf you are, really!

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^ LOL.

You can copy and paste what you want in order to try to distort and derail the topic at hand as you always do, when you don't like the subject as it's too touchy for you...

However, it doesn't change the fact that the Indians were quite a brutal tribesmen.

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Race and Psychopathic Personality

During the 65 or so years following its publication, the MMPI has been administered to a great many groups. Mean scores have been published by different investigators for a number of samples of blacks, whites, Asian-Americans, Hispanics and American Indians. All of these studies show a consistent pattern: Blacks and Indians have the highest psychopathic scores. Hispanics come next followed by whites. Ethnic Japanese and Chinese have the lowest scores. The same rank order of racial groups is found for all the expressions of psychopathic personality listed by the American Psychiatric Association, and these differences are found in both children and adults.

www.amren.com/news/2008/08/race_and_psycho/
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^ (jews 'missing' in the research ofc... because they are all nice and lovely people who never did anything wrong and have been 'causted' by the millions for only looking differently)
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Like most of all people, also indigenous American peoples were just living their lives.

It is the Elites who care for psychopathy and ease the ways to power.

Now, in the indigenous tribes of the Americas, due to their isolation for so long (the aboriginals in Australia even longer), they didn't have a very stratified society and what they allegedly had, is mostly the result of Spanish and British/French (for the US and Canada) blackwashing.

Practices which may seem "primitive" to us, now, were present and don't need to be hidden. Child sacrifices, cranial deformation and wars between the indigenous groups happened. No need to lie about that.

But, as is the case in European history as well, the "history" (read it out loud: his-story) is written by the powers.

99% of humanity is not reported in the history books. What is reported is very much biased towards "wars" and "nightmares". Yet, as today, people in the past were not waging wars. Wars were conducted by the Elites. Now, in the past, and -unfortunately- in the future.

To think that an isolated collection of very diverse tribes from the Aleuts to Tierra de Fuego were somehow different has no foundation.

Even less; due to the sheer "primitiveness" of those communities, they had a much less sophisticated "organisation" or "civilisation" as the Europeans had for thousands of years.

Any accusation of "we Europeans were civilised and they, primitives, were barbaric" has no foundation nor in human sociology, nor in unbiased anthropological or archaeological research.
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Like most of all people, also indigenous American peoples were just living their lives.

Yeah... they were probably just sitting around the campfire smoking marshmellows and singing happy holiday songs. :chuckle:
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The good thing about <1492 indigenous peoples in the Americas is that they didn't push NaZionist lies, like Ze Frau, Ze Baby and others are doing here. :thumbup:
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Any accusation of "we Europeans were civilised and they, primitives, were barbaric" has no foundation nor in human sociology, nor in unbiased anthropological or archaeological research.

Look, I don't want to downplay the barbarity of the Europeans as we have been in the past...

But come on man.. here we come setting foot ashore on a land to make something out of it and yet there were all these wildered tribes running amock chopping your scalp off because it looked nice on their wigwam.

Better would have been to give them their own big and wide reservation on the land probably... but the brutalities committed by them probably was their own downfall in the end.
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