The Rape of Pocahontas

This is the first in a series of videos produced by PJTV.  The others will be for Members Only, or for sale in the PJTV Store.

In this PJTV series, we look at whether America is a country of hostility or prosperity. The first episode covers the treatment of Native American’s (sic). Should we be ashamed of the way our ancestors treated them?

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57 Responses to The Rape of Pocahontas

  1. So let me get this right. Before the White man came here the NA were just tree hugging and skipping threw the woods loving everyone.

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  2. czarowniczy says:

    Sorry, we have some groups who today refuse to take responsibility for their uncivilized behaviors. Their status puts them above question or reproach – why should I take blood-responsibility for alleged crimes (by today’s standards) committed by progenitors I had no knowledge or control over when entire groups are immune to taking responsibility for crimes (by today’s standards) now happening in their communities?

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    • stella says:

      Then you agree with the video?

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      • czarowniczy says:

        Yeah, but it could be stronger…

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        • taqiyyologist says:

          PJTV is FOXNews on Rockstar Energy Drink™.

          But not on much more than that.

          Heck I drink like three of those a day.

          PJTV should just say It’s War Time and become FOXNews on bath salts.

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          • taqiyyologist says:

            PJTV needs to give Vox Day a call, and talk for a while.

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          • czarowniczy says:

            I have very little wiggle room when it comes to this ‘blood guilt’ BS. Slavery was legal at the time and even the holier-than-thou NE was into slavery – Connecticut was the largest slave-owning state in the NE. The North threw all of its guilt ontp the South before, during and still after the Civil War, the South was the evil darkie-ownin’ and abeatin’ hell on earth while the NE was afightin’ and a bleedin’ to give them slaves freedom, freedom Oh Lord FREEDOM! That is right up until the freed slaves started rushing in, filling up the cities and driving wages down. Round Two of NE liberal blood-guilt and Southern bashing. Seems to me that the NE liberals could have done better in equalizing the income gaps, educational gaps and all of the other gaps the NE whines about the South having institutionalized. If I owe the ex-slaves so much of my earnings then why doesn’t the UN demand that the rich western European countries who came to the SLAVIC lands for SLAVS gimme an endless free lunch? Bad enough they took my salary and saddled me with their guilt but to steal my nationality and turn it into a pejorative word – insult to injury.

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    • mikayla825 says:

      ^This!!

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    • nyetneetot says:

      I find it interesting that I can read books, magazines, and newspapers from the early 1900’s that make all these points. This particular socialist attack is over 100 years old. At some point, the knowledge of the truth was hidden. Socialism has been successfully advancing ever since.

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  3. booger71 says:

    Question is how did the native americans the european settlers encountered treat the Pre-Columbian Indian tribes that were here before them. Not very well I gather since none of them were here in the early 1600’s

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  4. canadacan says:

    Any questions?

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  5. Gary says:

    “I” happen to be proud of my ancestors, they built the most successful society in human history in record time. It’s my “contemporaries” I take issue with.

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  6. kihn says:

    I detect an inappropriate amount of lacking in the White Guilt in this thread. Shame. For shame.

    Bill Whittle is so kewl.
    And that Dinesh dude too.
    And those other guys too. (thumbs up)

    Enjoyed the video a lot.

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    • taqiyyologist says:

      Stop your #whiteshaming. I feel unsafe. i need a safe place where there is no #whiteshaming. Check your #nonwhiteprivelege.

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      • ytz4mee says:

        I know. After that thread discussing Moonbat Dolezal, I realized we at the Tree haven’t set aside a “safe space” to protect people who need to shelter from “trigger events”.

        I’ll hector SD to get right on that. /s/

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      • kihn says:

        I don’t mean to be a stickler for details, but if you said white non-privilege that would be more of the truth of it (except for when I trans-racialize…like I’m doing now).

        I think I see a new dawn breaking.
        .

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  7. Be Ge says:

    There needs to be a similar video on the African Americans, the most affluent group of sub-Sahel African descent to have ever lived on the planet. I’ve said this many times and will keep saying that again. White European (as opposed to, say, Arab or “internal” Black) slavery was, despite of all the negative personal-level effects, the very best thing that ever happened to the blacks as a group. There are a few things the video should also mention (and maybe make a step towards teaching those things at public schools) about people of Sub-Sahel African descent — like the fact that the only place today where slavery is relatively wide-spread is Africa with black owning other blacks or the fact that the first guy to become the “real” (perpetual) slave-owner in what today is the United States was an Angolan man named http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anthony_Johnson_%28colonist%29 .

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    • stella says:

      African Americans were mentioned in the video. Also that this is the first in a multi-part series.

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      • Be Ge says:

        Yes, but the “main focus” of the above seems to be more on the Native American part of the “unspeakable US atrocities, slave-ownership, genocide and robberies” that have, as per the Marxists, earned America its way under the sun. There, JIMHO, would have to be a video with a specific focus on African Americans in what today is US South-East.

        Back to the Indians — the video is entirely right — back at the time, there were better (for the native Americans) scenarios in terms of the way they were treated by people from the Old World, and yes, there were much worse. Countries like Uruguay and Argentina are entirely white (and are, together with Chile, for some bizarre reason, the best-off nations on the continent of South America). For some time, I used to ask myself if I felt sorry for the Indians — and many years ago, I have to admit the answer was “yes”. I was especially sorry for the great civilizations like the Mayas, the Aztecs or the Incas — who happened to have had a diverse culture and material wealth. Silver, gold and gemstones in sizable quantities were there; those Indians also were in a few ways more civilized than the Spanish — exampli gratia, in having better math and better astronomy/calendar vs the Europeans. As of now, I have much less “white guilt” in general and much less of a sympathy towards the “victims” of La Conquista. The last nail in the coffin was probably struck down when I’ve learned about https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mesoamerican_ballgame, a something in between soccer and volleyball, which at times was accompanied by human sacrifice. Yeah, Indian version of “super bowl” or “fifa world cup final” would be followed by priests sacrificing the loosing team to gods by cutting out hearts of out live bodies with obsidian knives. There were other “gods-mandated” human sacrifice / torture practices such as feeding folks super-hot peppers to death. After I’ve learned that info, all of the sudden I felt sympathy towards Francisco Pizarro, Hernan Cortes, Hernando de Soto and Co who have killed that “culture” with iron and fire. Never the less, commie moonbats would keep saying how good the Indians were and how the evil white capitalists and colonialists have oppressed and destroyed wonderful native American cultures — most recently seen in protests by US and Mexican commies, lots of them of native American descent, against canonization of Junipero Serra (the guy we have to thank for Los Angeles, San Francisco and pretty much all of the other major names in between) — as don Serra, being a well-educated member of Franciscan order was a major “oppressor” of native American “culture”.

        p.s. I have to admit I disagree with totally denying “biological weapons vs the native Americans” thing. Arabs (and later Turks) have used bio-weaponry (such as catapulting corpses of people and animals fallen to Bubonic plague into the cities over the walls) against the Europeans since early Middle Ages. While it is true the “very small invisible worms that cause diseases” a theory was not mainstream until establishment by https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Pasteur in the middle of the 19th century, it was first proposed around 1000AD by Abu-Ali ibn al-Khusein ibn Abdall-h ibn Al-Hassan ibn Ali ibn Sina aka Avicenna, a Muslim math/physics/chemistry/medicine/philosophy/law specialist of Persian/Tajik descent and was known to Europeans at the time of New World discovery. I am willing to bet USD5 on existence of incidents whereby Europeans consciously infected savages, including Native Americans.

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        • Gary says:

          There is some evidence known to exist, mostly correspondence between Gen. Jeffery Amherst and Col. Henry Bouquet suggesting a successful use of blankets to spread smallpox among the native Americans at Fort Pitt in 1763.

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          • Be Ge says:

            Smallpox blankets are most likely a non-European invention, as were the plagued corpses thrown into the heads of the defenders of a fortress by Muslim/Tatar siege troops. The video, however, seems to suggest biological warfare against Native Americans was an unlikely event since the Europeans, at the time discussed, did not have a solid theory on infections diseases. All I am saying is that the argument lacks ground.

            That said, I believe the most effective weapon of the Europeans against Negros and Indians was a chemical one. The world, JIMHO, was conquered with ethanol C2H5OH, as Whites have evolved some degree of resistance towards the effects of the aqua vitae whereas the Indian and the Negros — not so much.

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        • taqiyyologist says:

          “…with iron and fire…”

          Indeed.

          And now we allow, encourage, and celebrate such “cultures” flourishing.

          Amazing. And we invite them in. Give them homes and the government financial incentive equivalent of Miracle-Gro™.

          I prefer iron and fire when it comes to Satanic “cultures”, myself.

          Our betters are giving our house to the ants and termites.

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        • The Meso American cultures were interesting, don’t get me wrong, but IIRC, most of them practiced human sacrifice. The Aztecs were especially fond of this. It kind of diminishes their greatness to take that into consideration.

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    • kihn says:

      Or that the Arab slave trade existed 1000 years before the Atlantic one. Given that European Slave trading on the African continent was initiated by the Portuguese in the 15th century, I’ m curious how much of that attitude toward slavery was influenced by the Moors occupation and treatment of the natives of the Iberian peninsula (Moors expelled from Iberia same year as Columbus’ first voyage).

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      • James F says:

        Arab slavery exists to this very day. Right now there are an estimated 21 to 29 million slaves, the vast majority being in Muslim and African countries.

        During the entire history to America there were 10 to 12 million slaves.

        There are twice as many slaves living right this moment than in the entire history of the USA but those who claim to be victims of long gone American slavery cannot be bothered by this fact and instead focus on Texas pool parties.

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        • James F says:

          The Islamic Republic of Mauritania was the last nation to officially abolish slavery, doing so in 2007; yet 4.3% of the population still remains enslaved.

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          • Be Ge says:

            Pedewikia, at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slavery_in_Mauritania, suggests up to 20% of people in Mauritania are still likely enslaved. The scheme looks classic — “whiter” / Arab-descended Mauritanians own “darker” Mauritanians with more of Sub-Sahel African blood in the mix — all under the rule of the color-blind Religion of Dignity and Peace that mandates (as per many American blacks) good treatment of Blacks as opposed to Christianity, which is a racist whitey invention. Most American “minority rights” leaders, usually very tough on “racism” and “oppression” not just in the USA but worldwide are silent about the plight of Mauritanian slaves. Go figure these leftyists.

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      • Gettingby says:

        Put yourself in the place of Africa’s early adventurers and explorers. For many “nations” you were either a slave or slaver. In the village square captured women and children were being sold while on the sideline knives were being sharpened and pots prepared for the unsold. Would you buy?

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    • Be Ge says:

      Almost forgot to mention another interesting thing about slavery, which I hope makes it to the thematic video. US probably has around 30M (kinda comparable to 40+M of blacks) or so people whose bloodline includes peoples of Russian Empire — I talking about people with Polish/Lithuanian/Belorussian/Ukrainian/Russian background as well as people of Jewish descent with the above “original” geography. Russian Empire had very poor record of treating minorities and it had serfdom — which was as bad as the slavery in the US or even worse due to climate and waster spaces (selling families apart was not a rarity) and surprise — and ~95% of the population of the Empire (10% of the world’s populace back at the time) were serfs/slaves. It took 10 years to physically abolish slavery in Russia — between 1861 and 1871. So, American slavery (1865) has ended at about the same time as slavery in Russia. The success rate — in terms of per-capita net worth, scholastic achievement and crime stats — of the two groups — the African Americans and the “people with Russian Empire heritage”, both with slaves and oppressed minorities in pre-1860s bloodlines — is beyond any comparison. Ergo, descending from enslaved/oppressed people per se is, contrary to the lefty fairy tales, a poor explanation for failure in a first-world society of the 21st century.

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  8. Gary says:

    Conquest and enslavement are so deeply ingrained in human nature they are concepts as old as the club itself. Essentially, I see the whole thing as pointless unless of course one seeks to place a particular group on a higher moral plane than another for political or monetary gain.

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  9. evolveideas says:

    Conquest is about technology. Whoever has the best weapons wins.

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    • Gary says:

      Exactly, so no matter how it was sliced the inhabitants of the American continents were destined to lose. There was a huge gap in technological advancement between the Eastern and Western hemisphere’s simply because of their geographies.

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    • Be Ge says:

      Better technology does not necessarily mean military victory. This was mentioned in the video — Greeks were more advanced than the Romans, and Germanic tribes like Visigoths or Vandals (yes, the original vandals) were inferior to the Romans in terms of technology, both military and civilian. My point is you can, in a military sense, win with a Zerg rush. Mongols have conquered technologically superior states and have built and empire spreading from Japan to Eastern Europe. Chinese, one most advanced nations in the world in the science/technology sense as of the last 4-5k years, have been conquered during the said 4-5k years of their history by almost anyone sufficiently lacking on the laziness department — but yet and still they are a great power today, while most of their conquerors, typically Altaic peoples of Turkic (like Kyrgyz) or Mongol origin (Mongolians/Buryats/Kalmyks) are still “Northern Barbarians”.

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  10. wedf2014 says:

    As if so-called Native Americans. Mayans, Aztecs and black tribes in Africa didn’t slaughter, enslave and brutalize one another.
    They didn’t build ships and conquer Europe because of their gentle nature and aversion to violence.
    They didn’t do it because of lack of intelligence, inability to plan ahead, etc.

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    • Be Ge says:

      The first true targeted genocide in reliably recorded history was https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mfecane , a mass-slaughter of non-Zulus by Zulus under Chief Shaka during Zulu expansion in the early 19th century. Some peoples of South Africa, like certain Khois groups, are only alive today because evil whitey have imposed limits on Zulu expansion and genocide. It is also interesting that in as far as “indigenousity” in South Africa is concerned, the Afrikaners (Africans of Dutch/Frisian/Nieder-Sachsisch origin) are much more of “indigenous people” of South Africa having settled in South Africa in 1650s than the Zulus (the largest black group in South Africa), who came from Central Africa to an area near the Mozambique-SA-Zimbabwe-Botswana borderlines around 1000AD and then did proceed with a rapid expand in what today is South Africa around 1800 AD, becoming the largest black group in South Africa through genocide (mfecane). Needless to say, Chief Shaka and his likes would have mfecaned all the whites as well, but the technology and military skill gaps was too broad for that to happen. For all what happens we have got…the Maxim gun and they have not… Good peaceful Negros, evil white South African racist oppressors. Huh.

      Of course, the white man is to blame for Mfecane. You see, evil whitey (Portuguese) have introduced Maize to Mozambique around 18th century AD from the Americas; the crop (without proper agricultural technology, though) became popular with surrounding Bantu Negros in countries we today call South Africa, Zimbabwe and Botswana. Being more productive vs local crops, Maize allowed more Bantu people to proliferate very rapidly. Late 18th and early 19th century witnessed an unprecedented dry season and uncovered a bad drawback of Maize — it required, esp. given a lack of agricultural technology, much more water vs local crops, and 10+ years dry season (and consequent food supply problems) resulted in a huge turmoil which boiled down to Zulus getting the upper hand and raping/enslaving/mfecaneing all neighboring tribes they could get to to establish the Zulu empire under Chief Shaka. Good peaceful Zulus oppressed by evil racist Afrikaners and English, yeah. Also sprach Karl Marx. And Friedrich Engels. And Wladimir Lenin. And Joseph Stalin. Go figure.

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  11. Betty says:

    When I look at Dinesh D’Souza my heart gladdens. He is a National Treasure.

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  12. rmnewt says:

    Does anyone else appreciate the irony of our current society enabling Casinos and the related gambling/alcohol vices on the reservations?
    These guys cover a lot of ground and rightly highlight the founding principles of individual freedom to pursue life, liberty and happiness. We need to get back to that and get away from government imposed disparate treatment. That alone sew the seeds of discrimination in our youth that is generations away from direct involvement in the atrocities and “unfairness” that the left so often tries to correct.

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  13. wondering999 says:

    Watched the video. Lots of thoughts but towards the end, D’Souza talks about South America, and remarks that South America was ruled by people who went back to Spain, and that this was the reason for Latin America lagging behind the rest of the continent in wealth and power.

    If Simon Bolivar had been a better politician in addition to a warrior, Latin America might have developed very differently.

    Bolivar apparently admired and corresponded with Washington. However, Bolivar does not seem to have had the ability of Washington to step aside, make room, and share power with other capable leaders, which makes for stronger, more flexible government. Instead, Bolivar’s heritage is one of military strongman/dictators and top-down government.

    I’m not an expert in this area, but I’m interested in what anyone can tell me about contrasts between Latin American and North American cultures. Here’s one review:
    “Marie Arana: Simon Bolivar the Polar Opposite of George Washington”
    http://www.historynewsnetwork.org/article/152641

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  14. wondering999 says:

    Another important politician was Benito Juarez, the Mexican leader who drove the invading French Empire out of Mexico during and right after the U.S. Civil War, and who also corresponded with Abraham Lincoln. Juarez was from the Zapotec tribe, but was not limited in his ability to work outside his original culture.

    From reading about Juarez, I also was struck by the huge differences in Mexican states corresponding to their tribal background and how they worked with the Spanish Empire and the Aztecs before that. Oaxaca apparently had a very strong tradition of self-governance.

    If the U.S. Civil War had not turned out the way it did, Mexico might have continued under French aristocratic government, and the course of Mexican development might have turned out very differently (for better or for worse). Main point, Benito Juarez was Native American, and different from most Native American leaders in the U.S. (except maybe within Cherokee areas?) Again, I’m no expert, but Juarez and Bolivar tend to get short shrift in our history studies. Inspiring, talented leaders can make all the difference
    http://latinamericanhistory.about.com/od/19thcenturylatinamerica/p/benitojuarez.htm

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  15. wondering999 says:

    Help! My first post is in moderation!

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  16. alkikila says:

    Naïve Americans were squatting on our land before we got here.

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    • rmnewt says:

      It must be said, that those bad Europeans who subjugated the Native American’s came from the homo sapien clan that “killed” the neanderthals who defeated the homo erectus and on and on.
      http://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/human-family-tree
      Funny, on one of my visits to DC I had a chance to hit the Natural History museum on the Mall. There they have a great display of humanity’s progress over the millennium. Makes you think about the miracle of America. Then you can walk out the door and look East at the devolution of mankind.

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  17. bob e says:

    stella .. that was great . thank you for putting this up

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  18. BillDes says:

    There is definitely a large segment of the population very interested in white shaming. And they will continue to get fed. The worst is white people that eat up second rate one sided propaganda. History is a lot more complicated than white people all bad or white people all good.

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  19. dreddbolt says:

    All through history people have attacked each other, yet I should feel guilt because my ancestors were better at it than theirs?

    Bernal Díaz del Castillo wrote his memoirs called “The True History of the Conquest of New Spain.” Modern historians want to trash his eyewitness account of human sacrifice and cannibalism, Of course that means they have to discount the writings of Bernardino De Sahagún, Hernán Cortés, Andrés de Tapia, and Diego Durán. We know that the Toltec and the Maya committed human sacrifice and cannibalism as well. This was well established in Central and South American culture. It also happened in North America.

    “The Iroquois, for example, are well known for their incessant warfare and their training of males to be immune to pain. They are also well known for their merciless treatment of prisoners of war. Captives were forced to run a gauntlet, their fingernails were pulled out and their limbs hacked off, and they were finally decapitated or roasted alive at the stake – after which their remains were consumed in cannibalistic feasts.”
    Marvin Harris, “Cannibals and Kings: The Origin of Cultures,” 1978.

    The Hurons of Canada were similar and don’t forget the Kwakiutl.

    Or read “Man Corn” by Christy G. Turner II and Jacqueline A Turner, 1998. The Anasazi, the Hopi, Known cannibal tribes. These are just the ones you can find in a 5 minute search. I shed no tears for any of these tribes whose culture and customs were wiped out.

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  20. 180daysofkindergarten says:

    I’ve been doing genealogy on and off for about 20 years. I just found that a 2nd of my family was taken by NA’s in a raid at Deerfield. The 1st, that I had known about was taken from Kittery, Maine. Anyway, my point is that when looking at the founding of America it is small minded to say that the big bad white people took all at will. I definitely have a new perspective when listening to a far left friend who is an advocate for Native Americans. Coincidently his viewpoint comes from the same type of research but his family roots place him in the victim category, at least through his far left prism. Interesting but the bottom line is that the far left uses victim tactics to attain and maintain power and not only is it wrong, they are doing the same as they accuse the big bad white people of doing in the past.

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    • stella says:

      The fact is, most of the “white” people came to America at different times and from different places, but all most of them came here to escape starvation, or tyranny, and hope for a second chance. My ancestors were no different. Most from Scotland, Ireland, and Wales in the 18th century, but also from Germany in the 19th. Two of my four great grandfathers fought in the Union army. All of them were either farmers or tradesmen, and none of them were rich. All were thankful for the opportunities they found in the New World – whether in the USA or Canada. My Scots ancestors fled the Clearances, and grinding poverty, although some of them fought with the Highland Regiments in the French and Indian Wars. At least two of them were Empire Loyalists, fleeing to Canada after the Revolution. They paid their dues. Can those who now seek reparations say the same?

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