[Homestead] Who attacked whom? (was: It's almost over)
rayzentz at aim.com
rayzentz at aim.com
Thu Dec 4 17:35:14 EST 2008
Hey, I never said it would happen!?Doesn't change my core belief, though.
In fact, I'm very surprised the Dems didn't go for it years ago. It would have provided a bigger base of victims for their constituency, at least initially.
From: Lynda <lurine at softcom.net>
To: homestead at lists.ibiblio.org
Sent: Thu, 4 Dec 2008 3:17 pm
Subject: Re: [Homestead] Who attacked whom? (was: It's almost over)
Yup, Ray. That works just great. In fact, that is one of the big plans the
government had for legal genocide. Worked pretty good in California and in
another version that they used in Oklahoma. Just one more way for the
invaders to get more free land. Heaven forbid that the U.S. government
honor any contract they have.
HOWEVER, it won't work if it is tried again. We aren't naive enough to
believe the line of bull that goes with the breakup of the reservations a
second time around.
Besides, we've learned how to use the media and won't be scared off by
someone pushing a child down a flight of stairs to kill her. Fires? That's
been done before. We're much more diligent. Prison? Doesn't shut us up
Hey, we've been watching the black and brown folks and taking notes!
----- Original Message -----
From: <rayzentz at aim.com>
> In my opinion, most of the race hustlers ARE black.?Jesse Jackson, Al
> Sharpton, and their ilk rely on a victim status on the part of blacks to
> maintain their own power.
> Bigotry exists, and probably always will.
> Those who wish to atone are of course free to do so. Don't take MY money
> to do it.
> Yes, I worked on several reservations during my career. Gros
> Ventres/Assiniboine, Blackfeet, and Spirit Lake tribes, to be specific,
> and yep, they are dumpy looking places, for the most part. So is any slum
> I have seen. To few pick up after themselves.
> I also saw EXTREMELY poor living conditions in China (again 25 years ago),
> but they were still well kept, and clean.
> It has always been my opinion, that in the long run, the best thing we
> could do for the american indians is eliminate totally the reservations.
> After all, we've broken most of the other treaties, as you said. Might as
> well make a clean sweep, and be consistant.
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