Create a Smithsonian Native American Holocaust Museum

Urge Congress to create a Smithsonian Native American Holocaust Museum

It is estimated that before the “discovery” of the Americas there were approximately over 5 million Native Americans inhabiting the areas that now make up the United…

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“real” American History

Antonio Sanchez shared Native American – Honoring our Ancestors, Culture & Spirituality’s photo.

It is interesting that people are only challenged to one kind denial and that is the denial of the Native American holocaust. People seem to only choose to remember and recognize the Hitler’s Holocaust of the Jewish people. Hitler was very aware of American holocaust as it relates to the massive and unspeakable slaughter of an entire group of Native and Indigenous people to whom the Government deemed as “troublesome and useless.” The Native American holocaust gave Hitler a role model of how an entire group of Native People were almost completely exterminated at the hands of our own government. Over 120 million Native lives just gone, wiped out, men, women and children, as if they never existed. If Hitler had any doubt that it would be possible, American history gave him the encouragement to do so. Hitler openly boasted about it and praised them for their “effectiveness” in accomplishing just that.

NEVER forget the millions of Native and Indigenous lives murdered, starved and raped at the hands of our founding fathers so our Government can continue to hide the truth and glorify themselves for their “great accomplishments” with intricately carved monuments such as this.

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Antonio Sanchez shared Exploring Our Native Ancestors’s photo.

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Native American Indian massacres.

American Native women hung on crosses. So many Natives died and suffered many cruel deaths, sometimes there would be fields full of Natives on crosses that you could not count them, almost as if they were the Forrest themselves.

This was done for hundreds of years by the Spaniards as they practiced extensive use of torture, murder, and mutilation against the Natives.

These cruelties were designed to be extraordinary cruel so that Natives would not think or look at them selves to be human. Many languages and tribes became extinct, almost wiping out the Native nation leaving very few behind to die from other causes such as disease and starvation. — with Greg Twowolf Dudley.

Like most of these guys ….he murdered with impunity

Lincoln: No Hero to Native Americans

The Emancipation Proclamation was in many ways a tremendous step forward for human rights, but it didn’t bring any new rights to Native Americans. In fact, Abraham Lincoln is not…

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A wasichu on the other side of the fence
ABSOLUTELY worth 15 minutes of your time! TEDTalks

A MUST SEE! Powerful public display of disdain for the treatment of the Lakota people and all American Indians. The dominant society MUST not deny anymore this courageous statement of one of their own. I wish that many more Americans would stand tall for our Indigenous people like he has done.

Aaron Huey, we thank you and honor you on this Fan Page for having the guts to have made such a presentation.

>>>>>———– Idle No More ———<<<<<< Aaron Huey’s effort to photograph poverty in America led him to the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, where the struggle of the native Lakota people — appalling, and largely ignored — compelled him to refocus. Five years of work later, his haunting photos intertwine with a shocking history lesson in this bold, courageous talk. “My success is not measured in money. I have no financial security, I have no savings account. I measure my success by asking myself if I’m telling a story that the world needs to hear, if I am educating people.” –Aaron Huey Aaron Huey is a masthead photographer for National Geographic Adventure and National Geographic Traveler magazines. “The last chapter in any successful genocide is the one in which the oppressor can remove their hands and say, ‘My God, what are these people doing to themselves? They’re killing each other. They’re killing themselves while we watch them die.’ This is how we came to own these United States. This is the legacy of manifest destiny.” –Aaron Huey Video recorded September 2010. >>>>>———– Idle No More ———<<<<<< >>—-> http://www.honorthetreaties.org

 

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Antonio Sanchez

4 hrs ·2/2/2017

Part of the Buchenwald Oath from April 19, 1945. In light of current events taking place, the coup we are witnessing, it seems totally appropriate to ponder the words in this document from the survivors, who witnessed the murder of millions at the behest of the GERMAN REICH.

We Buchenwalders,
Russians, French, Polish, Czechs, – Slovaks and Germans,
Spanish, Italians and Austrians,
Belgians and Dutch, English,
Luxembourger, Romanian, Jugoslavs and Hungarian
fought together against the SS, against the Nazi criminals for our liberation.
One idea inspired us: Our cause is just – victory must be ours!
In many languages we lead the same, hard, merciless fight that yielded many victims. And this fight is not over yet.
Hitler flags are still waving.
The murderers of our Comrades are still alive!
The sadistic torturers are still walking about.
For this reason we swear in front of all the world at this Appellplatz (roll call place of concentration camp) at this city of the fascist greyness:
We will cease our fight when the last guilty person stands before the judges of the people.
The obliteration of Nazism as well as its roots is our guiding principle.
The rebuilding of our new world of peace and freedom is our only goal.
That is what we owe our murdered Comrades and their families.
In demonstration of your cooperativeness with this fight, lift your hand in the oath and repeat after me:
WE SWEAR!

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