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tv   The Truthseeker  RT  November 17, 2013 7:44am-8:01am EST

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we want you to know. horrors of thanksgiving and america as a white future minority coming up far away the most massive genocide in the history of the world. the lowest life expectancy in the west. and the year the us will turn. thanksgiving as. my teacher told me the idea of your bringing civilization to the
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americas simply flips truth on this head this is what you actually found in north america far and away the most beautiful city on earth five times the size of london all run great towers and buildings rising from the water sixty thousand gleaming houses and how spacious and how well bill thing. can see the wood and the wood of other sweet scented trees the many streets of the city was soon eat and well swept despite the multitude of inhabitants crisscrossed with a complex network of canals an enormous venice but also remarkable floating gardens that reminded of nowhere else on earth while europe was drinking water from its polluted city rivers huge transport of america's will to fill fresh springs but what impressed most with a special merchant areas where timber and tiles and other building materials were bought and sold as well as green grocers streets where one could buy every sort of vegetable fruits honeys not paste and chocolates astonished by the personal
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cleanliness and hygiene of the colorfully dressed populace and by their extravagant use of soaps deodorants and breasts sweetness. most europeans never plays them kept close though not all times the pilgrims knows biographers the any fine i had a terrible smell indians tried quarter without six this teach them to play. settlers also had bad rotting teeth and starvation was so common the corpses would just open pits known as poor holes many turn to all cold and committed suicide in fact the story of the first settlers has been deliberately changed those also james lowe and because the truth is so shameful as she settled hundreds of miles for the self and stayed the america because the mission was a failure they relay ripples historian robert everly was to find some gold and take it back to europe. they spend their days digging random holes in the ground obviously looking for gold and stead of planting crops they were starving and
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digging up putrid in corpses. they took from the indian presenters and forced them to teach the colonists how to farm and the meal with the natives wasn't quite the thanksgiving shown on t.v. and in school books. columnists offered the indians a toast to eternal friendship whereupon the cheese fish family advisors and two hundred followers dropped dead of. mainstream history books perhaps the most common description of american territory then is virgin land in fact most historic peter jennings it was widowed arithmetic enough to know the ethnic cleansings insurer during world war two american studies professor david. wolfe quote far and away the most massive act of genocide in history of the world the deaths of one hundred million indigenous people in the quote american holocaust some from disease but also false numbers from a deliberate policy aimed at wiping out the race mainstream history books continue
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to pretend it never happened in those one hundred kamala called the final solution quote the last thing they were there was only the. mommy's rallying cry in its make lies in its being indian babies this is a map of indian nations across the u.s. eighty percent of the first governments entire budget went on attacking existing indian third summons to take their developed farmland settlers would most probably not have survived rice jennings on their own ninety five percent of america's entire population was then wiped out american holocaust knows there is documented evidence of colonist leaders going to town deliberately killing all men women and children yes school text and history books remain silent orders came from the very top under the direct order of george washington at least twenty eight of thirty syndicate sounds and all the towns of the mohawk on tiger and co hugo was simply obliterated george washington wrote the indian country must be destroyed thomas
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jefferson called to corpus you indians to extermination nobel peace prize winner theodore roosevelt called beneficial eradication of the native race and of those genocide was official public policy california governor peter byrne it in his eighteen fifty one message to the legislature. extermination must continue to be waged until the indian becomes extinct another govern a should the public proclamation to corpus you kill and destroy all indians and when it snows the ensuing blood practically wiped out the native race. why should dumb down like men and women and children were ever they could find them in this war of extermination gives them standing to the final extinction of the race reportedly saved the race from extinction was they used to slave labor this extermination policy has proved so injurious to the interests of the whites indian labor is indispensable for us
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slaves the indian girls as young as three said the marysville appeal for fulfilling double roles of labor and of last. chief of a hunk someone first nation feel really great to see you well folks a being brushed out of history practices. that. sometimes you don't want to speak about and they not only wiped out most of the people but the way to get the greatest loss of people time in history of cultural genocide is still being waged on surviving indians riposte true self from the start of the twentieth century children were forced into so-called indian boarding schools designed to kill the indian in them according to the system's founding fall the richard pratt's indians are obliged to change their name to a western one like home made to dress in style the head like whites indigenous americans are also fools to adopt christiana and all of the polls of western
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culture. thank you so much for speaking to us can you tell us what happened. take the engine out of the person who they'd be the language out of out of the like my father he grew up his whole life his hands. kind of bent as a result he used to chalk our native language but he never white meat i consider myself a recovering catholic because you know the sexual abuse that i experienced the catholic church says the genocide is continuing his hopes the child rescue project to stop the full removal of indian children coming on could you tell us what is happening to the children and what we discovered is that not only were the children being taken. level but it was happening on every single one of the reservations and in virtually every one of the major cities the international convention against
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genocide actually has a provision which expressively identifies what's going on as genocide. the the the systematic undertaking on the part of the racially dominant culture in a given nation state taking away indigenous children from their from their native tribes in putting them in the white culture has been again a fide as genocide even the supremes cool still oppose in its second close status to this day writes noted legal scholar robert williams he joins us now it's really good to speak to you can you give us some examples one at least three indian women were raped during their lifetime in eighty six percent of those cases. or it's a nonevent and she waited section. rate has been traced directly to the inability of tribes to prosecute these projects were the ones i made in my book savage. is if you look at the history of the more civilized nations treatments. treatments of
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indigenous peoples that really make sure who are the savages and who are the more civilized one very famous study done around that every single treaty that the united states and the go shave with tribes had in fact breached at one time or another or had to by a supreme court said they had no property rights and there are no rights just sation and there was a horrible language in your. who're recognize that everyone knows the savage tribes of america and treaties are really unique. so this perpetuation of the stereotypes in this in this case which is still valid mall in the united states is the work of our president and city into the drink it is actually hairspray. native indians now have the highest rates of suicide and pandemics of tensile in the western hemisphere of forty four life expectancy is lower than afghanistan and around the
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same as europe at the time of the pilgrims for official banquet to celebrate its three hundred fifty years since pilgrims landed all sorts he's invited native indian frank james to see. speak when they saw his speech taken from own account of what really happened they wouldn't let him read it. the pilgrims had hardly explored the shores for days before they ran out of the graves of my ancestors and stole their corn wheat and the indians knew this fact yet to be friended the settlers little knowing that they would be killed by the settlers guns what has happened cannot be changed but today we work toward a better america a more indian america where people and nature are once again important because help start a national day of mourning each thanksgiving a protest of the plymouth and replica on the west coast. thanksgiving day in the us to all the treaties promising indian rights and
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international law american government faces increasing domestic and international pressure. the validity of the treaty of giving indians rights over the area united nations despite countries voting against australia new zealand canada and the united states post a resolution declaring indigenous peoples right to self rule the un is also calling for the states to return to indian tribes. and. to bring indigenous people of america in a single nation with the alter official borders created by europeans. really great to see you say that demographics are wrong. we are projected to be the majority. states california and arizona and the western united states in the next fifty years we're going to be the majority in the united states . for the year. because that's
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what we've been doing for five hundred years we've been scared. all of the monstrosities. europeans have done to us they've exterminated ninety five percent of our population they're still in one hundred percent of our land they've left us in poverty. and many since you throw the us already majority indigenous in a year is a more space the projected to be one it's minority in thirty years that will apply to the united states as a whole reaction of sorts of americans is already causing some surprise seek truth from facts this is the truth eco.
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is obviously more for the latest because it's pink. women wanted to avoid rate they really needed to buy guns environ how to use them. this is the one that i want to go with them once again it's the field for women definitely the target of the gun lobby the one you don't want to kill but not one to kill anybody but if somebody would he would this with her. i'm noticing more and more if that's really scary marketing tactics which implies that women have some sort of moral obligation to protect their family and young girls shoot out here too so we do have a paying quality. for kids young kids choke on food than are killed by firearms if being armed made us safer in america we should be the safest nation on earth were clearly not the safest.
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choose your language call it we can without any financial cynicism still some. the consensus is to. choose to get to. choose the stories to. choose to access to. if you. need one scapegoat that would be to. say that you think the banks the commercial banks then. banks would be highly leveraged institutions nor a responsible old school what about the rights so what about all the special so you see it's more. you know easy banks are the main reason bad banking system is
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the main reason that triggered the banks. of the hole. as a response including the. computing. groups the. rating agency. the bank. the naive belief that we were you know there was. the market the theory of efficiency of markets was also paul.
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