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    Child-Sacrifice Graveyard Strikes Huge Blow to Native American Innocence Myth

    Watch: Largest Child-Sacrifice Graveyard Strikes Huge Blow to Native American Innocence Myth

    Every Columbus Day, liberals insist that the story of European colonization is a simple narrative of good versus evil: horrible Europeans came upon innocent Native Americans, introducing slavery, exploitation, and oppression. A massive archaeological discovery blows one of many gaping holes in this narrative. While Europeans did indeed do horrible things, the natives weren’t exactly innocent.


    Two hundred and fifty skeletons of children between the ages of 4 and 14 have been unearthed at Huanchaco, Peru, in what experts say is likely the world’s largest child-sacrifice site. Huanchaco is a site of the Chimú culture (1200-1400), a predecessor to the mighty Inca Empire, which also carried out child sacrifices.

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    ‘This is the biggest site where the remains of sacrificed children have been found,” the excavation’s chief archaeologist, Feren Castillo, told AFP in August. “There isn’t another like it anywhere else in the world.”

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    And Human remains in Ancient Indian corporolytes were a shocker too (Canibalism )

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    The American Indians were human. They were not native, they came from Asia. There is now evidence that when they arrived here they killed off the natives that were here, believed to be a relation to the Cro-Magnon man/Neanderthals or one of those earlier peoples. And, the Indians fought among themselves and took each other as slaves.

    The problem is that everyone wants to believe the Disney version, where Indians were one with the land and peaceful and lived in harmony, simply not true, as I said they were human and had all the same traits as other humans.
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    Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retiredat50 View Post
    The American Indians were human. They were not native, they came from Asia. There is now evidence that when they arrived here they killed off the natives that were here, believed to be a relation to the Cro-Magnon man/Neanderthals or one of those earlier peoples. And, the Indians fought among themselves and took each other as slaves.

    The problem is that everyone wants to believe the Disney version, where Indians were one with the land and peaceful and lived in harmony, simply not true, as I said they were human and had all the same traits as other humans.
    Cultural propaganda, jingoism are a funny thing. It goes well beyond revisionist history into other aspects of political power plays. Many if not most people are incapable of recognizing it which is kind of a chilling concept, for me at least.

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    many believe the American indian just sprang up on the plains like dandelions...

    hint: land bridge

    hint: clovis
    "The nose, knows"

    @Auntifa,,,when the shooting starts, don't run, you'll only die tired...

    #walkaway

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    Iroquois, Sioux, Comanche all built large empires built on genocide, slavery, and greed. Incas, Mayans, Aztecs, ditto. Many tribes around today would be extinct if it weren't for the protection of the U.S. Cavalry and Army standing between them and other tribes. The Osage were so desperate to escape the Sioux they started firing arrows at riverboats in the hopes the cavalry would be called out to capture them.
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