posted on Mar, 6 2012 @ 01:04 AM
reply to post by windword
Were they wrong? Yes because I believe in the Christian teachings on morality. I do not invent mine as time goes along, it is not to fit my views, I
must alter my views to fit morality and discipline myself until achieving such a task. If you are looking for me to agree with anything in this modern
secular hedonistic world hell bent on a crusade for equality, abstract rights, and free love, it is not going to happen. Those heathen Hawaiians were
Now, I do not like George W. Bush, the Neoconservatives, the Movement Conservatives, or Evangelical Protestants. I agree with Ron Paul on foreign
policy issues. Those out looking for a holy war need not ask for my vote. There are no Republicans I support because they are all war mongering,
capitalistic, and immoral frauds, who peddle religion to get votes.
Now, as you say we set out to civilize the world, we did and I applaud the White man for doing so. They brought the truth to the ignorant along with
advances in medicine, food, and so on. Did they make many mistakes? Of course and there is no denying that. We could have been friendlier towards the
Natives of the lands we conquered and shared more of our wealth with them. Lest we forget that it was the Conservatives or, Tories, who opposed
further expansion into North America and actually befriended the American Indians (for example). During the 19th century it was the Conservatives who
opposed the Louisiana Purchase in both parties and the Conservative (Whig Party) which opposed conquering Texas.
Not everyone was out on a crusade. Only a few European nations actually were overseas. My people for instance (Hungarians) were landlocked, fighting
off Ottoman Muslim invasions. Christianity teaches man is a fallen creation prone to sinful acts, with the past of all peoples, I would say that is