Quotes about native american genocide
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Nice Day for a Genocide: Shocking Quotes on Indians by U.S. Leaders, Pt. 2
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It is allowing the heart to be the distributor of energy on this planet; to allow feelings and sensitivities to determine where energy goes; bringing aliveness up from the Earth and from the Sky, putting it in and giving it out from the heart. He fits into the landscape, for the hand that fashioned the continent also fashioned the man for his surroundings. The preparation is for death, in case that should be the result of the conflict. Only a change of worlds. We will never let our hold to this land go, to let it go it will be like throwing away our mother that gave us birth.
It was updated to include works concerning American Indians made by current president of the United States. American Indians have a different worldview than do non-Indians of the federal government including American presidents. That is not to say, American Indians are anti-American or even anti-government. This is evidenced by the large percentage of American Indians who serve in the United States military. However, given what American Indians have had to endure in the United States, understandably American Indians view history through a different lens. This is true of even how the men who have been president of the United States are viewed by Native people. The quotes here do not include all presidents.
Genocide is as old as history.
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These quotes about Indians from American leaders span from the s to Be sure to read Nice Day for a Genocide Pt 2 as well. Benjamin Franklin , from his autobiography, s. It will be essential to ruin their crops in the ground and prevent their planting more. George Washington Thinkstock. William Henry Harison Daguerreotype. Shall the fields and vallies, which a beneficent God has formed to teem with the life of innumerable multitudes, be condemned to everlasting barrenness?