M2Bulls by Marty Two Bulls Sr. for November 30, 2023

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    Concretionist  6 months ago

    I cannot say I have experienced this. But it’s a great analogy for a person who reads science fiction.

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    Flashaaway  6 months ago

    Would you have been happier to live in the age of wood and stone? No TV, cars, access to food 24/7? You can’t keep blaming the white man for everything wrong in your lives. Britain got invaded by countless nations yet it came out OK.

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    ibFrank  6 months ago

    Why do some people think that stetting of the Americas is the only way that Native peoplewould ever have gotten advance items.

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    • Thomas  6 months ago

    Yeah. The very worst has happened, and there’s no way back.

    Perhaps on some level of The Tower or in a shadow of Amber there is a world where Indians kept their freedom, and preside over an beautifully balanced and entirely natural planet. I hope so.

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    phritzg Premium Member 6 months ago

    One thing I realized a long time ago was that the Native Americans respected the land mass we call North America, and lived sustainably here for at least hundreds of years, if not longer. The Europeans who came here only saw this place as something they could exploit for personal gain, without even thinking about the future effects on the land.

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    The Nodding Head  6 months ago

    Such, basically, is the history of the world. Once we were all hunter-gatherers. Now that economy has almost completely disappeared, replaced by the complex system of land ownership and exploitation in support of vast urban populations. There were an estimated 6-10 million people in the world— the whole world — at the dawn of the agricultural revolution. Now there are around 8 billion, and the very real question is how many humans this increasingly stressed planet can support.

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    DangerMan  6 months ago

    In Orson Scott Card’s “Pastwatch,” set in the far-flung future where people finally interbred themselves into one brownish race, the world isdying and it is determined the pivotal point in history was the conquest of America in the Colombian era. They go back in time and introduce metallurgy (the development that put Europe so far ahead of other places) to the peoples of America, so that when Columbus comes they are ready for him.

    If you look at the Americas today it’s hard to realize how much that is here that was introduced by Europeans in that era. For example, most of our farm animals are not native to the Americas, they were brought by Europeans.

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    MIAMIJAC12 Premium Member 6 months ago

    may the Great Spirit have mercy on us all…

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    morningglory73 Premium Member 6 months ago

    I know. :-(

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    Dawn Premium Member 6 months ago

    Yakoke, Brother.

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    Durak Premium Member 6 months ago

    All of us need to focus on who we are, rather than who we were.

    Europeans need to be the people who will not continue the centuries of abuse, repression and cultural slaughter.

    I would not try to say what kind of people the Native Americans should be, that is not my place.

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    goboboyd  6 months ago

    Colonialization is a bitc*.

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    Steverino Premium Member 6 months ago

    The plight of the Palestinians.

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    Geezer  6 months ago

    The people who win wars make the rules.

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    SammySnyder  6 months ago

    I’m sure Marty would rather have his heart cut out on an Aztec altar.

    The sad truth is that America was only behind the invaders technologically, and evolution favors the most survivable. Conquest, empire building, and slavery were already present before the white man came. Humanity’s understanding has evolved a little since then, to the point that we now try to treat skraelings more respectfully. But even then, there is the question, should an Amazon tribe be allowed to exist as they have for generations, with high infant mortality rates and low life expectancy, or should our societies try to improve their lot in life? The mission schools and attempts to assimilate the people into the invaders society, while horrific by modern standards, were well intentioned at the time. We are struggling today to figure things out, but clinging to a past fantasy is not helpful.

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    Sojourner  6 months ago

    First and foremost, the Native American community has my deepest empathy. Second, your indigenous nations were far from peaceful. They warred upon, kidnapped, and killed each other, just as the tribal peoples in Europe, Asia and Africa did. Second, every nation, kindred and tongue has been invaded, conquered, and assimilated at one time or another throughout humankind’s storied history. Third, the joke’s on all of us! In this day and age, we’re all living under the illusion of freedom. The globalists, by whatever name they go by—The Illuminati, International Bankers, FreeMasons, New World Order, The Great Reset, et al—are marionettists pulling the strings in this carnal world. Having created a Corporate Oligarchy through which to rule, the rest of us have little power to fight them, simply because they are overwhelmingly wealthy and have corrupted governments and judicial systems to do their will. We’ve heard it said that if we “starve the beast” we may bring it to its knees. All well and good and possible, if we ourselves are willing to starve along with them in order to win. Their corporately combined resources far surpass us; so unfortunately, if we attempt to lay a siege upon their castle, we would find ourselves at siege as well. They can outlast our supplies, because they are the source. About the only thing we can do is buy local, organize and join coops, grow our own produce, forage and hunt for wild foods, and do so on our own land with our own well water and with our own utilities. The goal is to imprison us in cities, completely dependent upon them, all our assets in their control, merit systems used to limit our rebellion by cutting off our access to assets, and our utilities easily turned off if we don’t comply. The masses will be lured by the promise of convenience, security, and safety; they’ll be mollified by the conviction that their captivity is “saving the earth”. Dystopia. If you read this and don’t act on it, don’t blame me.

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    egadi'mnotclad  6 months ago

    Flashaaway, baby baby baby you’re out of touch. I said baby, baby, baby…"

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    GiantShetlandPony  6 months ago

    The Native American nations were also manipulated and turned against each other by the colonists. Divide and conquer. Pit the nations against each other, and the colonists didn’t need to utilize their own people, just provide weapons and alcohol.

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