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Do the white, Christian,
"discovered", conquered, and
then settled the Americas
owe ANYTHING to
the original inhabitants
of these lands ?
Have you ever wondered why, when Attila the Hun and then later Ghenghis Khan "discovered" Europe, their conquests were called "invasions", but when Christopher Columbus led Europeans into an invasion of the Americas, that was called a "discovery"?
To see how terribly wrong these views actually are, we urge you to read the masterful book, American Holocaust, by David E. Stannard (or others like it), excerpts from which are offered on this web site, to give you a taste of what you can learn from reading the entire book. Is it too much to ask the millions of people who, like myself, are part of the white, Christian, European majority in America today, to admit that we are "in possession of stollen goods"? And that our ancestors often took the very lives of the rightful owners of these goods in order to take their property and never have to return it?
The Almost Complete Genocide
of the "Pagan Savages" who
REALLY discovered America :
|Point #0 =||This Introductory page|
|Point #1 =||The "blessings" the "old world" had to offer to the "new world".|
|Point #2 =||What the "old world" discovered in the "new world".|
|Point #3 =||How the American "savages" treated the European "civilizers".|
|Point #4 =||How the European "civilizers" treated the american "savages".|
|Point #5 =||The price America's Natives paid for "civilization" and "salvation".|
|Point #6 =||The role played by the Church and its "missionaries".|
|Point #7 =||The psychology? / theology?" that drove the American Holocaust.|
|Point #8 =||What about the violence of America's Natives?.|
Achievements to date :
The first Columbus Day celebration recorded in the United States happened in New York in 1792 to honor Italian American heritage. In 1937, President Franklin D. Roosevelt proclaimed Columbus Day a federal holiday after intense lobbying by a Catholic service organization consisting largely of Italian Americans.