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Thanksgiving Celebrates Our 'Original Sin,' 'Views Virtually Identical To Nazis,' Prof Preaches
CNSNews ^ | 11/22/2012

Posted on 11/22/2012 1:17:27 PM PST by Altura Ct.

Forget all that turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie, today should be a day of fasting and atonement for American “sin.” That’s according to Robert Jensen, a journalism professor at the University of Texas at Austin. Jensen, known for his hard-left politics, also calls Thanksgiving a “white-supremacist holiday.”

Jensen’s opinion piece “No Thanks for Thanksgiving,” appeared on the far-left, Soros-connected website Alternet on Thanksgiving eve. In it, he wrote how Native Americans suffered because of the “European invasion of the Americas.” He went on to compare the Founding Fathers to Nazi Germany. “How does a country deal with the fact that some of its most revered historical figures had certain moral values and political views virtually identical to Nazis?” he asked.

According to Jensen, Thanksgiving is “at the heart of U.S. myth-building. “But in the United States, this reluctance to acknowledge our original sin -- the genocide of indigenous people -- is of special importance today,” he explained.

Jensen has a long career in both working journalism and academia, including work as a copy editor at The St. Paul Pioneer Press and the St. Petersburg Times, as well as “volunteer editing and writing for the Texas Triangle, Austin (weekly statewide lesbian/gay paper).”

This wasn’t the first time Jensen has bashed America. He does so on a regular basis. Other Alternet pieces include headlines like “The Painful Collapse of Empire: How the ‘American Dream’ and American Exceptionalism Wreck Havoc on the World” or “What White People Fear.”

Alternet is part of the George-Soros-supported Media Consortium. It is one of 58 left-wing media operations that aim to create a progressive “echo chamber.”


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1 posted on 11/22/2012 1:17:34 PM PST by Altura Ct.
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To: Altura Ct.
Okay. It took us four paragraphs to get to the gist of his problem:

Jensen has a long career in both working journalism and academia, including work as a copy editor at The St. Paul Pioneer Press and the St. Petersburg Times, as well as “volunteer editing and writing for the Texas Triangle, Austin (weekly statewide lesbian/gay paper).”

2 posted on 11/22/2012 1:20:55 PM PST by Albion Wilde ("Not only no, but HELL NO we will NOT moderate our stance."-- Jim Robinson)
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To: Albion Wilde

Ditto and bump.


3 posted on 11/22/2012 1:23:25 PM PST by Cindy
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To: Altura Ct.

Some people just need to achieve room temperature.


4 posted on 11/22/2012 1:25:55 PM PST by Vaquero (Don't pick a fight with an old guy. If he is too old to fight, he'll just kill you.)
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To: Cindy

Ditto and Dump.

These jerks give me a pain in the butt, damn them,
damn them to hell!


5 posted on 11/22/2012 1:28:06 PM PST by tet68 ( " We would not die in that man's company, that fears his fellowship to die with us...." Henry V.)
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To: Altura Ct.

Thanksgiving was declared a national holiday in 1863.
The nazi party was formed 1919 with hitler becoming their leader 1921.

It would be the nazis that would have had to copy us.
Is he saying that the nazis copied our thanksgiving? For one, hitler was a vegetarian.
Sounds like the DEA should check his fridge.


6 posted on 11/22/2012 1:28:33 PM PST by Morris70
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To: Altura Ct.

Then send Robert Jensen, a journalism professor at the University of Texas at Austin to Camp Buchenwald to concentrate.


7 posted on 11/22/2012 1:29:36 PM PST by SandRat (Duty - Honor - Country! What else needs said?)
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To: Altura Ct.

In what way was the sin of the white man any greater than that of the Comanche, who mounted on horseback like the Tatars of the old world, swept down on the Indian nations of Texas and decimated them? Furthermore, disease had far more to do with the melting away of the native peoples than white expansion. The whites did not deliberately cause those epidemics that invariably followed red contact with whites. The Spanish were not more cruel than the Aztecs that conquered their indian neighbors and offered up holocausts to their fierce gods. Yet 90% of the popuilation of MesoAmerica disappeared between 1520 and 1600 when the Spanish took their first census. The man is an insane racist whose inner demons make him lash out against whites in order to justify his own hatred of himself.


8 posted on 11/22/2012 1:36:10 PM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: Altura Ct.

Weird timing-I just read a theory about how Leptospirosis may have wiped out the local tribes just BEFORE the Pilgrims landed.


9 posted on 11/22/2012 1:41:02 PM PST by Amberdawn
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To: RobbyS

See reply #7!


10 posted on 11/22/2012 1:42:06 PM PST by SandRat (Duty - Honor - Country! What else needs said?)
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To: RobbyS

I think these self hating whites would be better off seeing a psychiatrist.


11 posted on 11/22/2012 1:43:16 PM PST by Amberdawn
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To: Altura Ct.

In the old days we would hang a man for stealing our horse.

What should be done with those that steal the minds of our children - their future and our country?

Happy Thanksgiving......


12 posted on 11/22/2012 1:56:01 PM PST by Gator113 (**WHO in the hell gave the damn order to NOT rescue our men in Benghazi?**)
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To: Altura Ct.

According to a post by one of my FB friends (Deluded liberal on a perpetual self righteous white guilt trip), the original feast was a celebration of a massacre of Pequot indians that occured when “a band of Puritans— descended on their village and shot, clubbed and burned alive over 700 native men, woman and children.” in 1637. Supposedly, Gov. Winthrop was so pleased he declared a day of feasting and celebration.


13 posted on 11/22/2012 1:59:17 PM PST by Chuckster (The longer I live the less I care about what you think.)
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To: Altura Ct.

I was having a hard time celebrating Thanksgiving this year because of the re-election and all. But if celebrating Thanksgiving still ticks off the lefties then I’m all for it.


14 posted on 11/22/2012 2:03:03 PM PST by ari-freedom (It's the bennies, stupid.)
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To: Altura Ct.

Happy Thanksgiving!! I think that many of the Founders, excepting possibly George Washington, who was a gentleman, might tell this guy today - “Kiss our White Rumpuses!!” (That’s what they called them back then, I think.)


15 posted on 11/22/2012 2:04:18 PM PST by Twinkie (Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.)
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To: Altura Ct.

These purposely offensive articles churned out daily by the left are nothing more than an attempt to provide fodder for the push for a clamp-down on free speech. They WANT the political right to be so offended as to be willing participants in a push for anti-free speech legislation. And you can take that to the bank.


16 posted on 11/22/2012 2:04:25 PM PST by SpaceBar
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To: SandRat

Robert Jensen should become an exprofessor, then let become an excitizen!
Ship him to the middle east!


17 posted on 11/22/2012 2:08:13 PM PST by Letmarch75 ( If a man knows the right way to live and does not live it, there is no greater coward).)
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To: Altura Ct.

The Europeans treated the Indians exactly like they treated each other, they were just much better at it. The vast majority of the continent was in the state of wilderness and thus open to anyone who wanted to claim it. The Indians had no right to keep settlers out. They had no right to land they were not using except to hunt and gather on.

As for similarities to the Nazis, compare the platform of the Democrats and the Nazi party From the thirties and they are virtually identical. Roosevelt’s 2nd bill of rights reads like the Nazi party platform word for word as does Obama’s.


18 posted on 11/22/2012 2:13:08 PM PST by albionin
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To: Altura Ct.

Jensen is published in the Houston Comical quite a bit. Methinks Dr. Jensen should suffer from lead poisoning. He has been polluting young minds for decades.


19 posted on 11/22/2012 2:14:44 PM PST by WilliamRobert (Obama lied, people died)
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To: Altura Ct.

Whoever can scream “NAZI” the longest and the loudest wins.


20 posted on 11/22/2012 2:14:49 PM PST by Berlin_Freeper (There goes the dominoes...)
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To: Altura Ct.

“How does a country deal with the fact that some of its most revered historical figures had certain moral values and political views virtually identical to Nazis?” he asked.”

Most folks prefer to eat a well done turkey instead of listen to a half baked turkey. Gobble, gobble not Goebbels, Goebbels.


21 posted on 11/22/2012 2:30:55 PM PST by count-your-change (You don't have to be brilliant, not being stupid is enough.)
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To: albionin
Roosevelt’s 2nd bill of rights reads like the Nazi party platform word for word as does Obama’s.

Well, that's just what this election was all about. The Democrats have this all planned out. White's to reservations (with no casinos); and non-white people get the USA. And boy are those white liberals going to be shocked.

FDR’s Unfinished “Second Bill of Rights” – and Why We Need it Now - General Discussion (01/01/06 through 01/22/2007)

22 posted on 11/22/2012 2:34:49 PM PST by meadsjn
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To: Altura Ct.

Geez, another pea brain.


23 posted on 11/22/2012 2:35:01 PM PST by freekitty (Give me back my conservative vote; then find me a real conservative to vote for)
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To: Altura Ct.

Pillow-biter. http://uts.cc.utexas.edu/~rjensen/index.html


24 posted on 11/22/2012 3:18:37 PM PST by tumblindice (America's founding fathers: All armed conservatives.)
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To: Altura Ct.

Jensen, Soros, Texas, gay/lesbian; all sorts of keywords in your typical political hit-piece.


25 posted on 11/22/2012 3:34:28 PM PST by factoryrat (We are the producers, the creators. Grow it, mine it, build it.)
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To: Albion Wilde
Okay. It took us four paragraphs to get to the gist of his problem:

as well as “volunteer editing and writing for the Texas Triangle, Austin (weekly statewide lesbian/gay paper).”

YEP.


26 posted on 11/22/2012 4:32:16 PM PST by TLI ( ITINERIS IMPENDEO VALHALLA)
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To: albionin

There were only maybe 2-3 million Indians on the continent north of the Rio Grande. Some experts think there not even that many. That means most of the land was virtually uninhabited. Many Indian tribes had no qualms doing what European, Asian, and African peoples had done to other peoples from the beginning of humanity...invade other people’s territories and take it by force. The lefties who propagate the lie that all native Americans were saints and all Europeans were devils have it all twisted. Extreme cruelties were practiced by both sides. But the fact remains, a modern civilization defeated a thoroughly unmodern one. That is the way of the world.


27 posted on 11/22/2012 4:48:21 PM PST by driftless2
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To: Amberdawn

The shrinks would just reinforced their prejudices. That’s what they have been taught, too.


28 posted on 11/22/2012 5:06:46 PM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: driftless2

The number was perhaps greater at one time or another. The population of Mexico in 1491 was perhaps the same size as that of France. As for the superiority of the “modern” civilization, please note that the average immigrant to Virginia lived about seven years in the colony. It took the English at least three generations to acclimitate their new environment. To do so, they had to utilize the technology that that aborgines had developed over time. For the longest time, they could not survive the winters without resupply from England.


29 posted on 11/22/2012 5:16:24 PM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: Albion Wilde

A few years back this dirtbag abandoned his wife and kids and moved in with his boyfriend.


30 posted on 11/22/2012 6:00:03 PM PST by RightWingConspirator (Obamanation--the most corrupt regime since Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe)
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To: albionin

Don;t forget that Woodrow Wilson was a big believer in eugenics too—very similar to Hitler’s “super race” theories.


31 posted on 11/22/2012 6:05:05 PM PST by RightWingConspirator (Obamanation--the most corrupt regime since Robert Mugabe's Zimbabwe)
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To: driftless2

In arriving on the North American continent the white man bought the horse. An animal which ironically originated here long before humans and then migrated off of it. The horse did for the Indian what the wheel did for the rest of humanity. The whites also bought iron and steel implements and the firearm. Indians don’t ever seem to complain about their arrival.


32 posted on 11/22/2012 6:31:23 PM PST by jmacusa (Political correctness is cultural Marxism. I'm not a Marxist.)
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To: RobbyS

These extremists will rail against America but they will never leave it. If he is so angry with America, why doesn’t he just leave?


33 posted on 11/22/2012 7:20:06 PM PST by cradle of freedom (Long live the Republic !)
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To: RightWingConspirator

Woodrow Wilson was a Democrat.


34 posted on 11/22/2012 7:28:41 PM PST by cradle of freedom (Long live the Republic !)
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To: JohnJackson

The America of the 1600 was vastly different from what you see today. The technology that the English brought with them was unsuited to this new land, including most importantly their agriculture. The scientific revolution had hardly begun, and its took generations for the English to learn how to live in this land. As for temperate, New England is less temperate than old England. Virginia and the Carolinas are much warmer.


36 posted on 11/22/2012 8:24:35 PM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: Altura Ct.
Isn't it amazing that "Marxists" (who supposedly are rationalists, humanists, materialists, and ultra-modernists) have fallen in love with the ultra-mystical, shaman-led "indigenous pipples" of the world? Apparently if these great grandchildren of Voltaire had their way, the world would actually have two or three times the number of "irrational" "anti-scientific" belief systems than it does now.

I also note the indisputable fact that all the so-called leaders of "non-Western" "liberation" movements can do nothing but parrot the mechanistic worldview of Europeans: Voltaire, Rousseau, Comte, Hegel, Darwin, and Marx. And they claim to reject Dead White European Males!

37 posted on 11/22/2012 8:29:55 PM PST by Zionist Conspirator (Ki-hagoy vehamamlakhah 'asher lo'-ya`avdukh yove'du; vehagoyim charov yecheravu!)
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To: driftless2

Wow, I always thought it was more than that but then again they lived a hard life and fought many tribal wars. I hate the way Indians are portrayed as living in harmony with the Earth and all mystical and wise. I’ve read that there were areas where they had hunted deer into near extinction and they used to set forest fires to drive game.

My ancestors the Britons and the Scotts lived much as the Indians did and the clans fought over territory and raided each other. When the Anglo Saxons came with their culture and their common law which was a better system than the old tribal system of the Britons,instead of recognizing a superior way they fought with the Saxons and the Norse much as the Indians fought with the settlers. And, I think the Indians on the reservations today are in such a sorry state in part because they refuse to give up those old, irrational, mystical beliefs and embrace the 21st century.


38 posted on 11/22/2012 8:50:30 PM PST by albionin (Do not lose your knowledge that man's proper estate is an upright posture, an intransigent mind and)
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To: cradle of freedom

Why should he? Obama and he have the same mindset, as does 90% of academia. They intend to transform American society by exercising the levers of political power.


39 posted on 11/22/2012 9:01:08 PM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: albionin

Well, its was Norman England that actually conquered them, or rather that blend of Norman and Saxon which we see coming together in the 13th Century that subdued the Celts of Briton. As you know, the Scots have never achieved full acceptance by the English, not to this very day, and their snobbery may finally result in the end of the Union. Certainly if the UK goes into Europe, that is more likely to happen.


40 posted on 11/22/2012 9:09:23 PM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: Zionist Conspirator

Those who reject, neglect the God of Israel will inevitably return to the worship of the gods of nature. Lewis Mumford pointed out that the Enlightenment was a new form of worship of the Sun God. The Masons even adopted the forms of worship of the ancient gods. Gibbon worshiped the Rome of its Gold Age, and Napoleon famously posed as Augustus Caesar, to whom he bore a striking physical resemblence. Mussolini and Hitler were both tyrants whose iconography was basically classical, Roman and Germano-Roman.


41 posted on 11/22/2012 9:20:18 PM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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The United States is not a perfect nation, but the best nation nonetheless.

To you commies that wish to disparage our heritage, ESAD as soon as possible. Thanks!


43 posted on 11/22/2012 11:19:43 PM PST by Gene Eric (Demoralization is a weapon of the enemy. Don't get it, don't spread it!)
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To: JohnJackson
I suggest you do a little investigations. Until the 19th Century, Europeans and Englishmen constantly referred to the forests if America, Those forests covered the continent almost from waters edge to what is now eastern Illinois , and it was said that an adventuresome squirrel could travel from tee to tree to central Illinois without touching the grounds. These were not the trees we see today but huge trees that had been growing since the end of the Ice Age. The same covered the Appalachians for their full length. The climate was strange to the English, and the crops they grew ill-adapted to the new lands. If you read Bradford’s journal, you can get a sense of what the Pilgrims saw when they reached America. We have utterly transformed the landscape since then. You can also get a copy of John White’s descriptions of the Indians of Carolina and how they lived. Necessarily, their way of life was far more sophisticated than one is want to believe, and of course appropriate to the land they lived on.
44 posted on 11/23/2012 12:30:42 AM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: RobbyS
I'm talking about the Indian population north of the Rio Grande. The Indian population of central America was substantially higher than that of the land above it because it could support larger agricultural efforts. The Indians north of the Rio Grande lived in a land that was either too dry or too forested to support large-scale agricultural efforts that could have supported large cities/settlements and populations.

There is no evidence of any permanent settlements i.e. cities in North America like that in central America under the Aztecs. Leftist historians dispense with the truth in order to support their twisted vision that the Indians of the Americas all lived in perfect harmony with nature until the evil Europeans came along. The truth was the opposite: the Indians of the Americas had segments of their populations who just as cruel, warlike, and rapacious as Europeans or other peoples of the world.

Look at the Mongols. American Indians are descendants of the Mongols who invaded Europe and southern Asia (not the other way around)slaughtering millions and leaving no cultural improvements in their wake...just death and misery. At least the Indians of the Americas contributed some wonderful vegetables to the world. But they also contributed tobacco which has killed multi-millions.

Again, the hard truth is that the Indians above the Rio Grande were small in number. Not more than a few million. If there were numbers substantially larger than that, unbiased historians would have published that fact. Every time I read stories purporting to show the populations above the Rio Grande around ten-twenty million, they're based on sheer speculation and not anything resembling hard data i.e. facts. The simple facts are: no large cities and settlements; no large Indian populations.

45 posted on 11/23/2012 3:25:32 AM PST by driftless2
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To: albionin
"sorry state"

Many Indian reservations that have legalized gambling are now doing extremely well economically. The Ho-Chunk tribe of Wisconsin, close to where I live, has casinos that rake in millions annually. But there are Indian tribes in Wisconsin that do not do so well. There is one county in Wisconsin (Menominee) that is part of the Menominee Indian tribe. It is the poorest county in Wisconsin and has the worst health rates.

46 posted on 11/23/2012 3:32:31 AM PST by driftless2
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To: driftless2

The Indians left significant constructions in the four corners area, structures which abased on sophisticated astronomical knowledge. Theer were about a thousand years ago, a large concentration of people in the vicintiy of St.Louis based on agriculture. Such things did not last ,but they existed at one time or another. Most of the Indian nations east of the Mississippi depended on the cultivation of corn, and the white found huge fields on either side the the Ohio. This was supplemented by hunting, and it is speculated that the reason why the population did not grow was a lack of meat animals and a subsequent lack of protein, so that when an area did grow, it soon reached a limit. The English found a significant population in the Chesapeake area, and organized un the Powhatten into a confederacy.
The first settlers existed by trading with the Indians for their corn surplus, but as John Smith tells us, because the Stllers ran out of food, they had to resort to raiding the indians for what they would not trade.


47 posted on 11/23/2012 7:55:39 AM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: RobbyS
Yes, but how much is a "significant population?" I've read a number of articles about the Indian population of the country above the Rio Grande. Some revisionist, i.e.leftist historians, for obvious purposes try to claim the population numbered as much as 20 million. They have absolutely no proof for wild estimates like that. The fact is if there were definite proof of larger populations than a few million, there would have been plenty of historical facts even if the Indians had no written language. They check things like burial places and evidences of organized communities i.e. towns and cities which would allow for larger numbers. They simply haven't found any.

Below the Rio Grande was different because the Mayans and the Aztecs had actual cities and other organized manifestations of cultures with sizable populations. Not true in America above Mexico.

48 posted on 11/23/2012 8:09:43 AM PST by driftless2
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To: driftless2

A few million at which time? The Indians greatly outnumbered the whites along the east coast for many years, and the effect of disease among indians in direct contact with whites is part of the folklore. Cahokia is the only place we know about that had a large contentration of people, and that was about 100,000. The mound culture was about on the same level as the pre-historic Briton cultures, and evidence is that like these early Europeans trade occured over thousands of miles. Now of course, all the nonsense about the indians being in harmony with nature has no more basis than their adaptation to local conditions and their religious beliefs, which put so much stress on dreams. War was as much a feature of tribal lives as it was in the old world. The truth lies somewhere in the middle, because Europeans who read about the indians through reports from the News World were inclined to sensationalize and let their imaginations run wild. The notion that the Indians were somehow connected with the Lost Tribes of Israel was rife up until the 19th century linguist finally put paid to the notion that Indian languages had any connection to ancient Hebrew. IAC, can any such phantasies be any more bizarre than those of Rousseau, and his notions of the purity of the primitive life?


49 posted on 11/23/2012 8:27:56 AM PST by RobbyS (Christus rex.)
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To: Chuckster

I have one of those, too. Here’s his “Happy Thanksgiving” post -

“Wishing everyone a happy Thanksgiving, in the spirit of the holiday....and not the sordid history.”

Communists are working on removing our holidays, our traditions and our history incrementally with education and infiltration. They even told us this would happen and it did and is. Christmas, Independence Day and Thanksgiving are the big ones - those have to be changed or viewed as evil to be shunned. The rest like Veteran’s Day and Memorial Day, etc will just be played down and soon viewed as nothing more than “Hallmark” holidays.

I guess “Labor Day” will always be OK with them.


50 posted on 11/23/2012 9:00:06 AM PST by babyfreep
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