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Historian David Stannard is of the opinion that the indigenous peoples of America (including Hawaii) were the victims of a "Euro-American genocidal war." While conceding that the majority of the indigenous peoples fell victim to the ravages of European disease, he estimates that almost 100 million died in what he calls the American Holocaust. Stannard's perspective has been joined by Kirkpatrick Sale, Ben Kiernan, Lenore A. Stiffarm, and Phil Lane, Jr., among others; the perspective has been further refined by Ward Churchill, who has said "it was precisely malice, not nature, that did the deed."
The Constitution is not irrelevant, our government is.
I can criticize the methods. I may not agree with how the Greek people are reacting, but it is their right to do so and I won't argue that fact. I do believe in the Natural Laws, as I said.
I have not forgotten anything. But I have no allegience to Cuba. That isn't who I am. I grew up in America with Americans. Are you really going to fault me for the way I grew up? That hardly seems fair or relevant.