The Truth About Native Americans before Europeans Arrived (Anti-White Propaganda Film)

A history professor has prepared a professionally produced anti-white propaganda film that focuses on how great the Native American population’s achievements were before the white man arrived.

Five minutes. I give it an A for production values, but F for content.

Student Government Demands Plaque on Lincoln Statue Recognizing Lincoln’s “brutality toward indigenous people”

Southerners are often ambivalent about Abraham Lincoln. While he freed the slaves and killed hundreds of thousands of our ancestors while destroying their property, he also promised to ship the ex-slaves out of the country. That would have been seen as the humane thing to do since it was clear that the ex-slaves would have enormous difficulty in adjusting to freedom.

Whatever the truth about Lincoln, there’s no good reason to allow campus leftists to force a plaque on his statue to the effect that he was a racist.

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First it was Confederate generals. Then Christopher Columbus.

Opponents of the ongoing effort by the so-called “progressive” left to remove America’s historical statues and monuments they don’t like warned it wouldn’t stop there. It didn’t.

While the student government at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (ASM) hasn’t demanded the removal from campus of a statue of Abraham Lincoln — perhaps they knew it would be a nonstarter — they have demanded a plaque be placed near the statue of America’s 16th president.

As reported by The Daily Cardinal, the ASM called on UWM to acknowledge, on the plaque, Lincoln’s “brutality towards indigenous people.”

Spoiler: It ain’t gonna happen.

ASM Chair Katrina Morrison explained the reason for the demand:

“We wanted a plaque near Lincoln because we wanted the university to recognize his part in the Dakota 38 massacre. I think that [not putting a plaque on the statue] is a mistake, and I think that the history is irrefutable. It is clear that he played a huge role in the massacre and was killing innocent people for no reason.”

As is the case with art, history is often in the eye of the beholder — including the 1862 execution of 38 Dakota tribesmen in Mankato, Minnesota.

UWM Chancellor Rebecca Blank, who told the Cardinal there are no plans to place a plaque on Lincoln’s statue, had a different take than that of the ASM, saying Lincoln played a “restraining role” in the mass execution:

“[Lincoln] insists on personally weeding through all of this, and he ends up saying ‘I’m only going to take the sentences of those who we have evidence, witness evidence, that they were involved in either killing or raping, and everyone else we are going to dismiss charges on.’”

Blank said Lincoln refused a territorial governor’s proposal to execute 350 men for “murder and other outrages,” including rape, commuting the sentences of all but 38.

She explained the purpose of Lincoln’s statue on the UWM campus:

“Abe is actually here because he was the person who really created public universities in the states throughout this country in a very real way. do not see a reason to prominently label [the executions] on the Lincoln statue.”

But Mariah Skenandore, co-president of the indigenous student organization Wunk Sheek, said she’s “triggered” by the statue every time she sees it:

“They don’t acknowledge the impact that it is having on their students, and I’m impacted by [seeing the statue] every day. I think the plaque is the least the university can do.”

Sometimes, in today’s hyper-charged political environment, sensible lines are drawn in the sand and not allowed to be crossed. UWM Chancellor Rebecca Blank just drew one of those lines.

Universities Nationwide Replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous People’s Day as Trump Heralded His Greatness

All countries throughout history have invaded, genocided, bullied, and exploited their weaker neighbors. But to hear American universities tell it, the USA and Western Europe invented these impulses in human nature. Not only did white people invent them, Euro peoples are the only peoples on earth who ever do these things.

To college students, the world is binary:

White = evil

Nonwhite = gentle innocence

Thus, whites owe it to the world to self-genocide.

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Harvard University is the latest of a growing number of colleges to add “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” to its calendar, an effort, proponents say, to reject colonialism represented by Columbus Day.

Indigenous Peoples’ Day was first adopted in Berkeley, Calif. in 1992, but it’s recently become more popular on campuses nationwide.

Instead of celebrating explorer Christopher Columbus, students demonstrate against colonialism through events such as planting trees, hosting open mics to condemn so-called exploitation of weaker countries and providing guest lectures on Native American grievances.

Harvard’s decision comes a year after the Cambridge City Council unanimously decided to rename Columbus Day, The Harvard Crimson reported.

Nadeem Mazen, the Cambridge city councilor who proposed the renaming, said the move was intended to reclaim the day for Native Americans killed after Columbus landed.

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Descendant of Columbus Publishes Defense of Famous Ancestor on Columbus Day

CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS XX, LEFT, IN 2002.

Christopher Columbus XX, a descendant of the Italian explorer, makes note of the shortcomings of indigenous peoples of the Americas, while defending his ancestor. He also critically notes the British role in the colonization of the New World.

Excerpt from USA Today

As the descendant of both Christopher Columbus and Montezuma II, the Aztec emperor, it is only natural that I would be interested in the debate over Columbus’ legacy in America.

History has some truly evil people. Columbus is certainly not one of them. Most often, history is not made up of perfect people and evil ones, but of complex people who must be understood in context.

What is happening at the hands of Columbus’ detractors is political, not historical. As his direct descendant and namesake, I should know.

Two cultures meeting for the first time in 1492 was no easy thing, but blaming Columbus for everything that went wrong hides the truth about him and about those who followed him. It also obscures the great things that the countries of the American hemisphere have accomplished.

What is lacking in the anti-Columbus narrative is any sense of history or of nuance.

Columbus did something incredible reaching the Bahamas on board three small ships. The fleet’s caravels were not warships but explorer vessels. He brought together two continents that didn’t know of one another’s existence. For the first time in history, the world acquired a truly global perspective.

We usually forget that people in the Middle Ages were deeply religious, much more than we are. This was certainly true of Columbus. Faith was his primary motivation.

Those who now question Columbus conveniently ignore the fact that slavery, cannibalism, warfare and even human sacrifice all existed in the Americas before he even sailed.

Even so, some today blame Columbus for everything they dislike in U.S. history, despite the ample evidence that he was a moderating force on his men, and the fact that he sought to keep good manners and friendly relations with Native Americans.

These same people blame him for the deaths of Native Americans when the overwhelming majority of those deaths were due to disease, caused by their different degree of immunity compared with the Europeans.

Blaming Columbus does his legacy a terrible injustice, but it does something else, too. It focuses anger on one man and on the wrong man.

The tactic of those who hate Columbus are resurrecting Anglo-supremacist propaganda that paints all who sailed under the Spanish flag — or were Hispanic — as violent and untrustworthy. They hated not just Catholics in general but Columbus in particular because he was the Catholic hero in U.S. history. In English-speaking countries, British explorers tend to be treated far better than Spanish ones.

Today, Americans learn little to nothing of English atrocities in America, while Columbus — who sailed under Spain’s flag and never actually set foot on the territory of the United States — is blamed for every mistake any Spaniard or Portuguese explorer or colonist ever made — and any that the British or Americans made as well.

Few schoolchildren in this country will ever learn that Spain’s kings quickly gave Spanish citizenship to Native Americans and began restricting enslavement of Native Americans, after a theological debate. Spain began a moral revolution when slavery was accepted by the rest of the European countries. Meanwhile, Spain built universities to educate the Indians and churches to minister to their spiritual needs.

Few in school today will learn that the Spanish worked to integrate with Native Americans, while the British and the Americans tended to have much more combative relationships with them and often forced them onto small reservations. Spain never founded any reservation.

Many scholars have noted that Spain’s laws and actions regarding Native Americans were superior to those of the British and often even the Americans.

But the bias continues. California provides a case in point. Contrary to the popular schoolbook history, it was not the padres and the missions the Spanish founded that caused the collapse of the Native American population. Rather, it was the white Americans who, after gold was discovered, decimated the population from 150,000 to 30,000, murdering four in 10 of those who died after 1845.

Thank you Christopher Columbus. At least some of us will continue to recognize your courage on this, your annual day.

Knee-grow Takes a Knee at Tomb of Unknown Soldier, Sparking Outrage

Given when he was killed in the line of duty, the Unknown Soldier is white.

Pretty soon every colored person in America is going to be kneeling before their masters.

Hmmm.

If they’re going to kneel before us, let’s make them our slaves.

American Military News

A photo that has gone viral while circulating among the online military community shows a man at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery, kneeling down on one knee reportedly during the playing of taps, and is sweeping across America, outraging thousands.

“Taps” is a bugle call played at dusk, during flag ceremonies, and at military funerals by the United States armed forces and is regularly played at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

The picture is sparking intense outrage on social media. It is unclear exactly why the man seen in the photo is kneeling during taps while everyone else is standing, but most people online are assuming it is in protest.

If that is the case, it follows in the footsteps of NFL players’ protests – close to 200 NFL players and coaches took a knee during the U.S. national anthem on Sunday. The protests were started by football player Colin Kaepernick last year to protest what he believes to be problems in America, namely police brutality and black inequality. Kaepernick was not signed by a professional football team this year.

Protocol at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is that you stand, and many times the Soldiers who guard the Tomb will directly address people who are not standing and demand they stand.

“Someone actually had the nerve to [take a knee] at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. That is the definition of absolute trash,” one Twitter user posted.

Trash?

Is that waycisssss?

Obama Ripped by Butt Hurt Blacks Over Chicongo Presidential Library

OBAMA LIBRARY. LOOKS LIKE AN OUTHOUSE.

Blacks aren’t happy because Obama won’t put in writing all the gibsmedat that he’s promised them in relation to his new presidential library going up in the black part of Chicago.

No matter how much is given to them, they always agitate for more.

This story is the top headline on Drudge tonight.

Excerpt from the Chicago Tribune

Now that Obama is about to build his presidential center in Woodlawn’s Jackson Park, some residents are wary of his ability to transform neighborhoods without doing harm to longtime residents who could end up displaced by gentrification.

A nasty fight over a community benefits agreement with the Obama Foundation has exposed an unexpected rift between the former president and some of the South Side residents who helped lift him to prominence.

Not everyone on the South Side, it seems, thinks Obama did enough for black folks during his eight years as president. And as he prepares to build a presidential center that will pay tribute to his legacy, some South Siders are calling him out for what they consider broken promises.

Obama consistently has asked residents to trust that he will do right by them. The presidential center, he insists, will provide a wealth of opportunities specifically designed to meet the needs of Chicagoans who have long been overlooked.

But this time, according to one activist, there will be no “Amen, kiss the ring.”

Obama opened the door to the backlash when he appeared on a video at the foundation’s first public meeting last week and said flat-out that there would be no community benefits agreement.

Such a legal document, he said, would force the foundation to side with certain activist groups and leave others out. And, he added, it would open the door for other groups to step up and start making demands.

The Obama Library South Side Community Benefits Agreement Coalition, founded by five prominent community organizations, has been leading the call for a document guaranteeing jobs and low-income housing protections. But it also wants him to deliver other items on its dream list, things he cannot control, such as placing librarians in every school.

In reality, it is asking him to fill the void created through decades of neglect by the city. That kind of change, once again, is unrealistic.

At a community forum Wednesday night, a discussion about the proposed agreement morphed into a shouting match over whether Obama actually loves black people. One man in the audience yelled, “No” while others alluded to the fact that Obama is biracial.

Hip-hop artist and community activist Che “Rhymefest” Smith tried to defend the president — but only to a point.

“I don’t believe he understands everything about black people,” Smith said. “But he married a black woman from the South Side, and she feels our pain. Our pain is her pain.”

It’s just amazing how blacks believe that others are obligated to do for them. It seems to only rarely occur among the members of this wretched race that adults do things for themselves.

Blacks Demand Sale of COTTON be Halted Because It’s RACIST, Whites GROVEL Before Their Black Masters

The ex-slaves are revolting.

It’s not that they won’t pick cotton any more, but that they don’t want to see cotton being sold.

The butt hurt runs deep. Read on.

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A woman’s Facebook post questioning the appropriateness of cotton boll decor has gone viral.

Daniell Rider of Killeen, Texas, posted a picture of bouquets of cotton stalks apparently for sale at Hobby Lobby and asked the retailer to remove the items. Her full message to Hobby Lobby:

This decor is WRONG on SO many levels. There is nothing decorative about raw cotton… A commodity which was gained at the expense of African-American slaves.

A little sensitivity goes a long way.
PLEASE REMOVE THIS “decor”.

As of 8 a.m. Tuesday, the post had been shared more than 19,000 times and had more than 207,000 comments.

The conversation comes at the same time a Tennessee university president is apologizing for using cotton stalk decor at a dinner for black students at his home. On Facebook, Lipscomb University President Randy Lowry said “several students” shared their concerns about the centerpieces of cotton.

At least one of the students posted a picture of the centerpieces on social media, saying she “felt very offended.”

So I attend Lipscomb university and as most of you know that is a predominately white school. Tonight AFRICAN AMERICAN students were invited to have dinner with the president of the school. As we arrived to the president's home and proceeded to go in we seen cotton as the center pieces. We also stood and ate dinner, there were no seats to sit in and it felt very uncomfortable. We were very offended, and also the meals that were provided resembled many "black meals" they had mac n cheese, collard greens, corn bread etc. The night before Latinos also had dinner at his house and they had tacos. They also DIDN'T have the center piece that we HAD tonight. A couple of minutes went by, the president was coming around and asking for our names and what our major was. He finally got to our table and my friend @kay_cyann asked why there was cotton on the table as the center piece. His response was that he didn't know, he seen it before we did, he kind of thought it was " fallish", THEN he said " it ISNT INHERENTLY BAD IF WERE ALL WEARING IT " then walked off. Later on all of us that were there were invited into the home, and we had the impression that we were coming to speak about how us as Black people feel about Lipscomb. The whole entire time we were in their home they only talked about themselves( how they met, got married and ended up at lipscomb) & the ONLY question that we were asked was our transformation coming to lipscomb. A couple of women answered the question but they sugar coated it. They said any other questions that we may have can be emailed to the advocate for the Latinos and that a second meeting may be held. Also we don't have an advocate on campus, the only African American advocate we had, no longer works here. The only advocate available to us is the advocate for the Latinos. They claim to have funding for minorities, BUT you have to live up to the expectations of a typical Black family to even get the 1000$.There is NO FUNDING for just us black students. #share

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“The content of the centerpieces was offensive, and I could have handled the situation with more sensitivity,” the university president wrote on the school official Facebook page. “I sincerely apologize for the discomfort, anger or disappointment we caused and solicit your forgiveness.”

How DARE Lipscomb University invite ONLY blacks to dinner? Their president, Randy Lowry, is a RETARD. He’s going to be hearing from me when I get the chance to look up his email address.