posted on Sep, 11 2018 @ 12:06 AM
All nations, people and tribes ("natives") pushed out the natives before them.
Even the "American natives" in their own history, have "pushed out the people before". It's nothing new under the sun.
Been done thousands of times from the dawn of man.
In my country (The US. Of America) when we get the census paper, we get asked if we're White, Black, Hispanic, "Native American" or other?
Always makes me wonder? ... I was born here? Pretty sure that makes me a "native"? But yet? I tend to be more white on the "color spectrum". Makes me
think. if I was born in America? Am I a "Native American"?
Having been born here as a "white man", am I some how unNative?
Even the "natives" in their history brag about "pushing out the ones before"...
I know the sob story types, wanting to tell a story of the poor "stone age" people, all at one with "mother earth" and "peace", being out gunned by
the white man, heathen technology.
Yet the "natives" have war songs of pushing out the "natives" before them? With stones?
OP: People, nations and tribes, get conquered. That's historical fact!
Nothing you, or the people that right history, can change.
Europe seems to be, being conquered as I right this. As is, (my native country) The United States. Without a meaningful shot, being fired in their
defense. But I'm sure many "natives" have lost their country this/that way.
That is history. That is the history of all conquered people, tribes, nations and countries. So what do we learn from history? Why even teach it? If
tribes do not learn from it?
What you will end up with is?
A "government" (run by "educated", lawyer kind of people), asking if you're a "native", a color/colour, or a descendant of Spain.
(That is literally what the U.S. census bureau is always asking). It actually makes no commonsense, or any sense at all.