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75503Tiger
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A doc about the Indians

The Trail of Tears was a death march and the final straw for our government when they lost patience with the rightful owners of the land. After watching a bit I realized that there are some parallels to modern day. False promises, attempts to disarm the populace, Jackson's thinly veiled desires, double standards, shady deals, etc. are eerily similar to our current situation with the government. The only thing I cannot connect is why. For the Indians the goal was taking the land, what are the Dims after right now? Are you ready to be submissive and controlled?


Mo Jeaux
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rightful owners of the land


What made the Indians the rightful owners of the land?


NIH
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I’ve always thought refusing the jab is as brave as Custer’s last stand


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75503Tiger
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What made the Indians the rightful owners of the land?


They had a society built in the Southeast. They were ceded the land early by the visionaries trying to build a free country. Over time the US decided they wanted the land for whites


WhereisAtlanta
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To be clear you are comparing wearing a paper mask to the systemic annihilations of an entire people and forced death march?


go look in the mirror homie, you are worse than the Covidians.


Falcon 8X
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The Trail of Tears was a death march
No
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Jackson's thinly veiled desires, double standards, shady deals, etc. are eerily similar to our current situation
No, one of the best military leaders and presidents in this nation's history. Paid off the national debt.

The left would love to cancel him for...OMG! INDIANS...SLAVERY. A pathetic. weak-minded attempt to hold a 19th Century man to 21st Century standards. I use the term "standards" loosely.
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For the Indians the goal was taking the land,
Yes. Thay lost. That happens when you lose.
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what are the Dims after right now? Are you ready to be submissive and controlled?
Absolute power and control for the liberal elite.


USMEagles
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What made the Indians the rightful owners of the land?


"This land... all this land from North Dakota to Vancouver... it's like, sacred to us, man. Hands off, paleface."


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75503Tiger
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by Falcon 8X


Three posts and this is your third? Propaganda much?


Mo Jeaux
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They had a society built in the Southeast. They were ceded the land early by the visionaries trying to build a free country. Over time the US decided they wanted the land for whites



Again, what makes them the rightful owners of the land?


NewIberiaHaircut
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what are the Dims after right now?


Your kids.


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Falcon 8X
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the systemic annihilations of an entire people and forced death march?
Get out of here with this BS.

"They tried to kill them all."

If White man had wanted to kill them all. They could have very easily completed the task. Your revisionist history is laughable.


The Boat
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A doc about the Indians

I think you mean dot


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Falcon 8X
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Three posts and this is your third? Propaganda much?
Not propaganda. Historical facts. Your post is nothing more than revisionist propaganda.

Please grow a spine and try again.


75503Tiger
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Again, what makes them the rightful owners of the land?


They were the recognized owners in the eyes of the government until they were not the recognized owners anymore due to traitors who took personal gains by betraying the ownership claims


Mo Jeaux
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They were the recognized owners in the eyes of the government until they were not


So you'd say they were no longer the rightful owners.


75503Tiger
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Falcon 8x is a perfect example of one thing being employed in the modern day steuggle. They have shills monitoring every public discourse in an attempt to belittle any dissenters.


Falcon 8X
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They were the recognized owners in the eyes of the government until they were not the recognized owners anymore due to traitors who took personal gains by betraying the ownership claims
Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee had one of the most fact laced dialogues ever presented in a motion picture. You should watch it and learn.

Bury My Heart At Wounded Knee: Sitting Bull meets Colonel Miles
This post was edited on 1/22 at 9:28 am


Falcon 8X
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Falcon 8x is a perfect example of one thing being employed in the modern day steuggle. They have shills monitoring every public discourse in an attempt to belittle any dissenters.
The only one trying to belittle someone is you.

You got your arse handed to you with facts. Now you're projecting.


75503Tiger
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@Mo Jeaux - They were cast out of everything they had known and thought they would keep if they played nice with the government. Wrong!!


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