Forget all that turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie, today should be a day of fasting and atonement for American “sin.” That’s according to Robert Jensen, a journalism professor at the University of Texas at Austin. Jensen, known for his hard-left politics, also calls Thanksgiving a “white-supremacist holiday.”

Jensen’s opinion piece “No Thanks for Thanksgiving,” appeared on the far-left, Soros-connected website Alternet on Thanksgiving eve. In it, he wrote how Native Americans suffered because of the “European invasion of the Americas.” He went on to compare the Founding Fathers to Nazi Germany. “How does a country deal with the fact that some of its most revered historical figures had certain moral values and political views virtually identical to Nazis?” he asked.

According to Jensen, Thanksgiving is “at the heart of U.S. myth-building. “But in the United States, this reluctance to acknowledge our original sin—the genocide of indigenous people—is of special importance today,” he explained.

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This wasn’t the first time Jensen has bashed America. He does so on a regular basis. Other Alternet pieces include headlines like “The Painful Collapse of Empire: How the ‘American Dream’ and American Exceptionalism Wreck Havoc on the World” or “What White People Fear.”

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  • handyandy2@optonline.net

    You’re always going to have these non-entities like jenson spouting off, especially now that journalism is pretty much a dead profession.

  • JohnEngelman

    American Indians also participated in the first Thanksgiving.

    • Svigor

      “American Indians” is a misnomer in this context, and your comment is a good example of why. Apaches and Commanches had nothing in common with the Cherokee beyond genetics, and Apaches and Commanches did not break bread with the Pilgrims. They would have scalped the Pilgrims, stolen their swag, and enslaved their women and children.

      “American Indian” is a catch-all category for native tribes, and it makes no sense to use it in this context.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WP6FBJWJYEU7S6TMNJS5D2BB5M Luis

        Svigor, that’s why I use the term “North American aborigines”, insead. It also distinguishes them from so-called “Mexican Indians”, “Peruvian Indians”, and “Indians” who live in Brazil’s rain forest near the Amazon River. In my view, they are NOT “Indians” any more than you are a Canaque.

      • ed91

        the attitude of the southwest indians in the late 19th century was vastly different than the attitude of the northeastern US indians in the early 15th century for the obvious reason that by the late 19th century they had lost their continent and were soon to be put out to pasture.

    • Michael_C_Scott

      Every bit as insanely useless a generalization as the statement that “white gentiles participated in the Holocaust”. Please be specific.
      At least at extended family Thanksgiving dinners, the children typically sit at another table. Online, it’s a different matter.

    • Anon 12

      Was that your first bedtime story you fell for? Take all your precious NONwhites and stuff it.

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      Deliberatly disregarding others who replied … yeah, that’s the story I grew up with, from watching American TV.. There were Pilgrims (fundamentalists kicked out of both England and Holland for being too fanatically religious and intolerant) and Indians (who have many flaws of their own). The usual picture was one FAVOURABLE to Indians – that they were kind and generous enough to help the Pilgrims through their first North American winter, instread of just leaving them to freeze and starve in the dark, like they should have probably done for their own sake. Why don’t they play this angle up instead of bashing Thanksgiving totally?

  • Stentorian_Commentator

    OK, then. Go white people! Up with white people!

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Aunti-Occupy/100003232140389 Aunti Occupy

      American Indians took white scalps, torchered white men and white women. American Indians use to dance their Ghost Dances waving their scalps in the air and then raided poor white settlers. When the American Indians saw the Army they ran off like rabbits.

      This is what I was told to remember on Thanksgiving. We should put stuffed white people on our lawns with life size Indian Dolls standing over them with scalps in one hand and a piece of Turkey in the other.

      • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

        Some of what you say here is inaccurate, but the basics are true. Whenever this subject comes up, I always recommend a great book on the subject titled; “A Fate Worse than Death,” by the husband and wife team – Michno. It is a collection of substantiated reports and investigations into the history of white captivity by Indians from (about) 1840 to 1885. Men were most often killed, scalped and mutilated outright, whereas women and children were most often captured. The Indians did far worse than you imply here, it is truly horrifying and heartbreaking to read these histories.

        The main inaccuracy in your post is in regards to the Ghost Dance outbreak. It occurred in 1890 and beyond, and was not featured by raids on settlers. Beginning in 1870, it was a ceremony which warriors thought made them impervious to bullets shot by soldiers. The interesting thing about the religion is the outright infusion of Christian ideas in it. It’s originator Wocova had attended missionary schools as a child. By 1890, it was an apocalyptic vision of the end of the world – for whites, and the re-establishment of Indian life throughout the “world.” They sought to achieve this through dancing, alone, not attacks on whites. What the Indians did before attacking whites was a “war dance” often followed by “scalp dances,” and the tortures, rapes and murders of captives. Here is the best, quick definition I could find online (there’s a lot of bs out there currently, due to a new PC book on the subject). Even this article exposes some bias; the number of Indians killed at Wounded Knee was around 150. This article says “hundreds.”

        “Ghost Dance, central ritual of the messianic religion instituted in the late 19th cent. by a Paiute named Wovoka
        .
        The religion prophesied the peaceful end of the westward expansion of
        whites and a return of the land to the Native Americans. The ritual
        lasted five successive days, being danced
        each night and on the last night continued until morning. Hypnotic
        trances and shaking accompanied this ceremony, which was supposed to be
        repeated every six weeks. The dance originated
        among the Paiute c.1870; later, other Native Americans sent delegates
        to Wovoka to learn his teachings and ritual. In a remarkably short time
        the religion spread to most of the Western Native Americans. The ghost dance is
        chiefly significant because it was a central feature among the Sioux
        just prior to the massacre of hundreds of Sioux at Wounded Knee, S.Dak.,
        in 1890. The Sioux, wearing shirts called ghost shirts, believed they would be protected from the soldiers’ bullets.”

        The
        Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia® Copyright © 2007, Columbia University
        Press. Licensed from Columbia University Press. All rights reserved. http://www.cc.columbia.edu/cu/cup/

  • Svigor

    Why would I acknowledge the “Amerind” genocide to satisfy lefties when lefties deny the current, ongoing genocide of Whites?

    • Daisy

      How about the genocide of the Palestinians being perpetrated by the Jews in Israel and the US? How about the Jewish invasion of Europe and its historical figures perpetrating mass exploitation, including starvation and murder, of the european masses? Isn’t it ironic that the jews’ ‘moral values and political views were/are virtually identical to the Nazis?’ yet jews like Soros try to convince the world that his ethnicity’s guilt rests in the DNA of the european people.

      The vast majority of the european people who came to the United States came to work their own land, carry themselves and escape tyranny. That’s a whole lot more than I can say for the Israelis, and for some majority of the immigrants coming into this country who want to suck off what we europeans work for.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-McConnell/563448640 Michael McConnell

      It is the same thing as their stance against imperialism. Currently, it is the muslim world that is the most imperialistic. In America, it also includes Lain Americans. The moral of the story is that “white” Marxists are the ones who dream of the end of western civilization. They should spend some time in a third world dump instead of smoking pot in San Francisco and Amsterdam. I’ve been to the unglorious parts of Mexico and if the leftists could see what it is like, then they would drop their hatred of western civilization in a heartbeat.

      • Franklin Ryckaert

        Wrong! People who are blinded by their ideology never change their views due to contact with reality, no matter how harsh. Would you show such a white Marxist the realities of life in the Third World, they would ascribe it to the effects of “colonialism” (old or new), never to the lack of talent of the Third Worlders themselves. You see this reaction already in their attitude toward minorities in their own countries : all their problems are due to “white racism”.

        • http://www.facebook.com/people/Aunti-Occupy/100003232140389 Aunti Occupy

          Not long ago one of the most heroic names a man could claim was INDIAN FIGHTER. Its obvious we just did not have enough INDIAN FIGHTERS. Buffalo Bill, Wild Bill Hitchcock and others were famous INDIAN FIGHTERS who harvested thousands of Red Savages with their Winchester repeating rifles. In Africa the British had machine guns for their harvesting needs.

          • Franklin Ryckaert

            In that case the white “harvesting” savages were not much better than the red savages, perhaps even worse.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Aunti-Occupy/100003232140389 Aunti Occupy

      American Indians were the first Original Serial Killers in America taking white man’s scalps and chopping up white people with their tomahawks as they screamed their blood thirsty screams their faces painted red. Only repeating rifles were able to bring the Red Savages under control.

      • Franklin Ryckaert

        They were simply doing their “harvesting” work, which you so much admire in whites. No double standards please!

      • Michael_C_Scott

        Scalping was originally peculiar to only a few tribes until the British began encouraging it. The Iroquois, for instance did not originally scalp, but collected skulls instead, just like the ancient Celts.

    • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

      Of course, the big lie is that the extermination of all Indians was ever a policy or aim. There WERE a few military leaders who wanted the Lakota Sioux exterminated. At the time, President Grant opposed that notion, thinking continued treaty making was the way. It ought to also be noted that in fact, the Sioux were notorious raiders of other Indians tribes as long as anyone can recall or note. This is why the Crow asked the U.S. Government to protect them from the Sioux and why they along with Arikara and scouted for the U.S. Army and most notably, for Custer, even and especially during the campaigns of 1876. The fact is that the Sioux were the wildest, most dangerous and taciturn of all the Western Indian tribes. The need to completely pacify them was absolute. Today, it would be like a gang running free all over the West, stealing, hostage taking, raping, torturing captives held for ransom, and murdering. I seriously doubt that any of today’s apologists and PC revisionists would be able to write and produce the nonsense they do today in the face of such a reality.

  • Athling

    Rejecting this kind of tripe is what I was trying to get at yesterday with my post about remembering our traditions and customs as they actually were. If you are not religious that’s fine but recognize the important history of our people. Unlike the views of this academic fool who obviously has little exposure to the world as it actually is or was, it should be respected.

    To counter the arguments of a Leftist fool like this requires a firm grasp of historical facts and an understanding of how the world actually existed hundreds of years ago. A good place to start is with knowing the Indian as he actually was…

    • Oil Can Harry

      Why is Jensen decrying “the European invasion of the Americas”? Isn’t he in favor of open borders?

      His anti-immigration rhetoric sounds divisive and (gasp!) xenophobic. I’m reporting him to George Soros, that moral giant.

  • Petronius

    Tremendous sympathy has been expended on the American Indians for their dispossession by the Europeans. There is also the tendency to romanticize the Indians’ way of life, and to ascribe to them imaginary virtues, such as being-at-one-with-nature. In fact, today, almost every American feels a twinge of guilt when he thinks about the Indians. One concludes that the modern history student cannot imagine a war party of bloodthirsty Shawnee descending on his lonely woodland cabin to disturb his peaceful slumbers. Cannot imagine a tomahawk wielded in earnest on an aged Mennonite mother. Nor a little tow-headed baby impaled upon a sharpened stake.

    Perhaps it is worth remembering things like that, when considering the heroic eminence that has been bestowed upon the Indians. Perhaps if Mr Robert Jensen––and visitors to this site––will think about these things, a little of their enthusiasm for the Indians’ side of the frontier story might be abated. Perhaps not. One somehow suspects that Mr Jensen––and certainly Liberals everywhere––admire the Indians precisely because of the enormity of their crimes against American colonial families.

    These old Liberal canards about English pioneers practicing genocide are so stupid that they are unworthy of comment on a forum dedicated to truth and realism. But what is really so offensive about the kind of rubbish put forward by Mr Jensen is its sheer hatefulness, the implicit/explicit anti-white racism, the celebration of the passing of the white race, its diminished numbers and loss of influence, its dispossession, both in America and in Europe, and its replacement by hordes of surly migrants.

    • White_Prime77

      Well my well of sympathy for Native Americans has just about run dry (as it has for most ‘minorities’.)

      They tried to meddle with Science by not letting us examine Kennewick Man.

      Also if you have the misfortune to work around some Native Americans, you will find they play the Race Card just as much as Blacks.

      Now I am going to go and have a left-over Turkey sandwich, just to spite Prof. Jensen! Living White is the best revenge!

      • The__Bobster

        Kennewick Man had been further examined. He wasn’t quite White. OTOH, he wasn’t an Injun either.

        • White_Prime77

          I’m not so sure about that.

          It appears that Good White Men at the C of CC think there is still a cover-up occurring:

          Kennewick Man revisited
          The Cover-Up of Kennewick Man
          by Kyle Bristow

          http://cofcc.org/2012/03/kennewick-man-revisited/

      • FourFooted_Messiah

        Not just that, but any bones of any random Indians can’t be displayed, and sometimes they even bitch about artifacts being displayed.

        Personally, I couldn’t care less if the bones of my OWN direct ancestors were displayed in a museum, so long as people were learning something from them.

        But then, I’m just a weirdo who believes that knowledge is the greatest gift anyone could give.

    • The__Bobster

      There is also the tendency to romanticize the Indians’ way of life, and to ascribe to them imaginary virtues, such as being-at-one-with-nature. In fact, today, almost every American feels a twinge of guilt when he thinks about the Indians.
      _________

      Not me. I had a college professor who made us read the journals of the settlers. Their experiences with the savages weren’t pleasant.

      • Bubba

        Bobster,

        It would be great if you could provide a reference for the settler’s journals. It would be quite effective to be able whip out the references while debating moonbat liberals or post as comments on web sites demonizing the European colonization of the Americas.

        I used to be sympathetic to a lot of causes (black struggles, indian struggles,etc) until I dug a little further to find that all was not as it appears. The truth of the matter is that White people don’t go out of their way to mess with others as the current meme suggests.

        • FourFooted_Messiah

          I would suggest Pierre Berton’s two-book acccount of the War of 1812. Yes, it is written from a Canadian-British perspective, but if you don’t mind that, it does have some very chilling accounts of Indian behaviour, particularly how squaws would chop to pieces any prisoner of war who could not keep up with the band as they travelled.

          There was a good reason why the governor of Fort Detroit was terrified of Indians – but it was his fear that made the ruse Tecumseh’s sage Tenskwatawa came up with work.

        • Petronius

          Here are some sources for what was called “the war in the dooryard.” All are available in paperback. The first two are pioneer accounts published from the Draper manuscripts :

          Jared C. Lobdell, ed., “Indian Warfare in Western Pennsylvania and North West Virginia at the Time of the American Revolution” (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1992).

          Jared C. Lobdell, ed., “Further Materials on Lewis Wetzel and the Upper Ohio Frontier” (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, 1994).

          Robert B. Caverly. “Heroism of Hannah Duston, Together with the Indian Wars of New England” (Boston: Russell & Co., 1875, reprint 1990 by Heritage Books).

          Dale Van Every’s classic four volume history of the Frontier People of America is based largely on primary sources; it was originally published by Morrow with later reprints in Quill paperback :

          1. “Forth to the Wilderness; the First American Frontier 1754-1774″ (1961).

          2. “A Company of Heroes; the American Frontier 1775-1783″ (1962).

          3. “Ark of Empire; the American Frontier 1784-1803″ (1963).

          4. “The Final Challenge; the American Frontier 1804-1845″ (1964).

          Also concur with Gracchus123’s recommendation of Allan W. Eckert’s four volume “Narratives of America” series (“The Frontiersmen,” “Wilderness Empire,” “The Conquerors,” and “The Wilderness War”). Eckert’s books are highly readable yet also footnoted and drawn from primary sources.

          Finally I would mention Francis Parkman’s “The Conspiracy of Pontiac” and (if you’ve got the time) “France and England in North America.”

          That these histories have never been made into movies boggles the mind. The adventures of Simon Kenton, the heroism of Betty Zane, the capture and escape of Hannah Duston, and Van Every’s account of the epic settlement of Nashboro (to take only a few examples) are certainly better material than anything Hollywood has offered in decades. By the way, certain scenes of Daniel Day-Lewis/Hawkeye from “The Last of the Mohicans” (1992) are drawn from real-life activities of Lewis Wetzel.

      • Gracchus123

        If you enjoy historical fiction, I recommend BLACK ROBE by Brian Moore. It portrays the “native americans” in a more realistic light. Also very good in that regard are the “Wilderness” series by Allan Eckert. Highly recommended.

    • http://saberpoint.blogspot.com Stogie Chomper

      Well said. Frankly, I am sick to death of political fanatics demonizing white people. I am sick to death of charges of “RAAAAAACISM” everywhere about everything.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Aunti-Occupy/100003232140389 Aunti Occupy

      The Spanish Conquistadores (code word for killers) destroyed, killed, raped, sacked and took all the South American Indian Gold. In North America the Spanish were so angry at the Indians there they killed and destroyed the North American Indian way of life. The Hispanics taught Spanish to the Indian’s young, took away their life, tomahawk and bowie knife. The Hispanics were terrible INDIAN HUNTERS.

      • Franklin Ryckaert

        All of the above that you so much condemn in the Spanish conquistadores, you admired in Europeans in North America, a few comments above.

  • thanks for soda

    Why doesn’t Jensen show his remorse by leaving the US? Why doesn’t he give his money to Indian (not “Native American”, a left-wing patronization that does not reflect reality) families and leave?

    The answer is because Arthur Jensen is a bullcrapper, like most left wing fundamentalists, and he does not open his mouth but to spread sanctimonious bull in America’s ears.

    There is zero chance a left wing religious fanatic like him is ever going to do anything that shows “remorse”. Probably he pigs out today, too.

    • Svigor

      Indeed. Americans who consider the USA to be stolen property cede the high ground; THEY declare themselves receivers of stolen goods, WE do not.

    • Oil Can Harry

      Good post, but you referred to the author as Arthur Jensen; he’s Robert Jensen.

      Comparing the incredibly brilliant and classy Arthur Jensen (R.I.P.) to this useless assclown would be like contrasting Sir Isaac Newton with Cam Newton.

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      What gets ne us IMMIGRANTS who go on about “land stolen from the Natives”. Oh, you want us to feel guilty about that, but you have no problem moving here and reaping the benefits of living in a “stolen land”?

  • Robert Binion

    Since the Nazi–have you noticed that we may refer to a plurality of native Americans without the “s”?–annexed ethnostates by force, would not peaceful secessionists of today represent their absolute antitheses?

  • IKantunderstand

    Holy Cow! (H/T Hindus),I thought our original sin was slavery. Did I miss a memo (again)? So, according to you, our settlers fighting back against hostile, bloodthirsty, savage Indians, who ignored treaties, and were hellbent on killing us was the original sin. So, slavery was what? A non-original sin? A semi-derivative sin? A complete copyright infringement sin of Arabs? Hey, Robert Jensen, could you please get together with your fellow Regressives, and decide for once and for all, what exactly, according to you, is America’s “original sin”.

    • handyandy2@optonline.net

      Do Hindus get a pass with little things like Caste,Thugee, and Sutee???

      • FourFooted_Messiah

        Of course they do. Didn’t you get the memo?

        One must never mention that it took the Brits to teach peaceful, life-loving Hindus that it’s wrong to burn living women with their husbands’ corpses. To do so would be racist, and mama don’t allow that kind of stuff ’round here.

    • Liberalsuck

      Why would liberals chide white people on ‘original sin’? I thought liberals didn’t believe in Christianity or God. I thought liberals believed in moral relativity, which would then void all their criticisms against whites for our “bad” deeds if all morals are relative…right?

  • ageofknowledge

    I’m grateful they didn’t get the superior weaponry, tactics, and immunization to the diseases of domesticated livestock instead of me or for sure it would have been ten times worse but the other way around!

    • IKantunderstand

      Hey Age, people don’t “get” superior weaponry. They develop it, they invent it. Seriously? White people kicked the asses of Native Americans because they were superior in every way. With weapons, with tactics.

      • FourFooted_Messiah

        Until the money-grubbers sold them guns and things in exchange for dead animal skins.

    • The__Bobster

      There were plenty of race traitors who were willing to sell them the superior weaponry

      • Michael_C_Scott

        In the days before rifling and the Minie ball, the composite bow (wood, horn and sinew) was a more effective weapon than the smoothbore musket. Effective range at 100 yards was approximately the same, but a bow could deliver a much greater rate of fire.

        A succession of crown Viceroys of New Spain (now Mexico) deliberately provided Amerinds – epecially the Apache, Pueblo and Yaqui – with muskets, just so they would lose their expertise at archery.

        • ageofknowledge

          Yes but the gun made a loud boom and left a magical puff of smoke in the air after firing. This was powerful magic to the injun. Lol…

      • FourFooted_Messiah

        Yes, I always thoiught that the white man’s love of money was his downfall. If he didn’t love money so much, he NEVER would have shared his inventions with others – and selling those inventions is leading to his own downfall.

        • Svigor

          All featherless bipeds love money. It’s not the white man’s love of money that’s causing him problems. It’s his ability to create it, and the kinds of societies that create it (inter alia), that’s causing him problems.

          Nobody wants to move to Nigeria or Venezuela or Pakistan, and it’s not because Nigerians and Venezuelans and Pakistanis don’t love money.

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    Anti-Whites like Robert Jensen are pathetic.

    What’s amazing is the variety of anti-White theories and ideas these White-haters come up with — America is a “proposition nation,” a “nation of immigrants,” a “global community,” — all of these ideas lead to the very same thing: The genocide of White people.

    No one is coming to America to live in tepees, they are coming to take what White people built.

    Whites took land away from Indians. Turks took land away from Whites. One Indian tribe took the land away from another Indian tribe.

    None of this justifies the ongoing pogram of White genocide.

    Bon

    • Anon 12

      You are right as usual, Bon…Thank you for all your input on this site. The America I grew up in was mostly White (it should have been ALL White). The America that we now have I do not celebrate nor participate in the ignorance of most White Americans. They for the most part are guilty of their own genocide because of their cowardice to admit and do what has to be done to save our race. They are not “ignorant”, they have EYES to see, yet they will turn a blind eye to any racial truths and then turn around and demonize we Whites who do see the truth and tell it. I detest them mo
      st of all. Yet they believe those so-called “whites” all around them and follow their lead.
      The media and and D.C. Hollywood, our Churches and schools/ universities are full of them..

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      You are tue. rule by conquest has alwsys been consideed fair game. EXCEpt IN RECNT hiatory whre whites and whitew culture conquered. Then it is “wrong”, in a way no other culture is demed “wrong” (Who has criticised the Bantu?)

  • pro

    Just a bit of standard disingenuous grandstanding. Typical.

  • fsagas

    I want Jensen to shoot himself which will finally amend everything and that I finally don’t have to CONSTANTLY listen to EMASCULATED white men WHINE.

    I’m so tired of this.

  • SLCain

    If Nazis had ever stopped to think much about American Indians, they probably would have found them to their liking, and sympathised with them. Robert Jensen they probably wouldn’t have liked at all.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_WP6FBJWJYEU7S6TMNJS5D2BB5M Luis

      Actually, at the Nuremburg War Crimes Tribunal, several of the defendants DID bring up the wars and battles against North American aborigines by the American settlers and army, as justification for their treatment of Jews; as a point of comparison.

  • gooberboy9999

    So by this logic we should kick out all the mexicans because they’re colonizing the new white land of America and that’s horrible, right?

    Didn’t think so. Hypocrites like Jensen make me ill. “It’s only bad when white people do it!”

  • http://www.facebook.com/drake.shelton.3 Drake Shelton

    Why did the white Europeans come here?

    1. When Oliver Cromwell died in 1658 the Stuart kings, who were always anti-reformation, returned and began persecuting the Protestants in England. The Protector, By Jean Henri Merle d’Aubigné, pg.
    84-85.

    2. Louis XIV’s revocation of the Edict of Nantes resulted in the massacre of 500,000 Protestants.

    This idea that we were running for our lives from the Roman Catholic Inquisition and its influences in Europe and the British Isles, is not only a fundamentalist christian position. Thomas Paine mentions this exact thing in his Common Sense, page 25. http://books.google.com/books?pg=PR9&dq=thomas+paine+common+sense&id=e0oqAAAAYAAJ#v=onepage&q&f=false

    We did not come here to exploit anyone or take the Indian’s land and get rich. We came here to escape persecution. Those same powers that drove us here then forced an African slave trade on us to start a race war. http://eternalpropositions.wordpress.com/2012/09/28/did-the-white-people-of-this-original-colony-of-virginia-kidnap-africans-to-make-them-their-slaves-a-helpful-reminder-from-the-history-of-virginia-in-the-hopes-of-avoiding-a-coming-race-war/

    • Katherine McChesney

      White countries are in a Counter-Reformation as we speak. The flood of muslims and hispanic catholics are an attempt to kill off Protestantism. One aspect of it was the World Council of Churches and the National Council of Churches. Since then Protestantism has been dying in all White countries.

      • http://www.facebook.com/drake.shelton.3 Drake Shelton

        Amen sister!

  • MAJ

    The guy is an idiot.
    Usually I’m concerned with any anti-White, self-hating knucklehead with a platorm but this dude is not even worth worrying about.
    He’s clearly writing anything that will get him attention – he likes to see his name in print. I think on some level he feels that it doesn’t matter any longer what he actually blathers on about so long as he gets attention.
    It always amazes me what cowards these blowhards are. Like others have said – if he hates it here so much why doesn’t he just leave and move to the Congo or buy a place on the Pine Ridge reservation and live next door to the indigenous peoples he loves so much.
    He’s even a lousy writer. Anyone who falls back on the tired “[insert evil person/peoples] were Nazis” just shows you intellectually lazy he is.

    • Liberalsuck

      I have more disdain for the liberal whites than I do the blacks or mexicans who hate us. It’s the liberal whites that have been enabling these people at our expense.

      • IstvanIN

        We could probably clean up the blacks and Mexicans if it weren’t for the liberal whites.

    • Mike

      I always get a kick out of left wingers calling others Nazi. They are totally unaware that Nazi stood for National Socialism, a brand of politics they so heartedly endorse.

      • Michael_C_Scott

        The socialist wing of the NSDAP was eliminated with the killings of Gregor Strasser and Ernst Roehm and the purge of the S.A. (brownshirts) in the Night of the Long Knives (June-July 1934).

        What the Nazis practiced afterward could best be described as single-party “state capitalism”. The main example of such a system today is the People’s Republic of China.

      • FourFooted_Messiah

        Left wingers are NOT nationalists. They’re global socialists, but couldn’t give a rat’s behind about their own poor countrymen, in my experience.

        • Michael_C_Scott

          “Left-wingers are NOT nationalists.”

          Wanna tell that to North Korea?

  • JackKrak

    Yawn. Every leftist academic who wants to get his name in the paper knows that all he has to do string together a few sentences of blather with mentions of “Nazi”, “American”, “genocide”, etc. and the media lemmings will come running.

  • Liberalsuck

    More liberals a–holes telling white people what we can do and say anymore. Can we just tell these people finally where to get off?

  • purestocles

    After reading and rereading Jensen’s column I’m left scratching my head. Thanksgiving is just that–Giving Thanks. For an abundant harvest. For success at the end of a long year of equal parts luck and travail in the terribly risky and grueling task of farming with primitive implements. And while (as in so much in today’s mechanized, technically planned world) it is difficult to see the older stratum that underlies the visible modern derivative, the Nation chooses to set aside a day that elevates the memory of our roots from the profane to the sacred. What’s wrong with that?

    Since Jensen has, by his own admission, lost touch with the origin of the holiday, I suggest the following as a cure. Mr. Jensen, get in your car (if you own one) and drive out into the country to a farm. Pull in the driveway and knock on the front door of the house, or wander back to the barn and ask someone there if you could make yourself useful by volunteering your time for a weekend. Tell them that you missed the experience as a boy and wish to understand what it was you missed out on.

    The first they will do is ask you what can you do. “Can you drive a tractor? No? Well then do you know how to cull raspberry suckers and tie the stems up for the winter? No? Well, can you repair a hydraulic pump? A plow, a disc, a fertilizer spreader? Can you operate a milking machine? Well, what good are you? Wait, there is a job you can do–anyone can do. You can shovel cow manure. Are you willing to do that?”

    Tell them “Yes.” I’ll shovel manure because it is important to me to learn what Thanksgiving is all about.”

    And I guarantee you, that after two days of shoveling manure and spreading straw for bedding you will begin to be enlightened as to the real meaning of the word Thanks in Thanksgiving.

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      There is also yard cleanup. Farmers tend to leave a lot of junk and refuse around, that they don’t have time to clean up themselves, and are always looking for some sucker to do it for them on the cheap.

      I found it’s a good way to supplement income, if you don’t mind getting your hands a bit dirty.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Michael-McConnell/563448640 Michael McConnell

    Facts are facts; it was just a matter of time before the native Americans would have had their land taken from them and to have them die of disease. If Europe didn’t do it, then Japan and China would have. If it wasn’t for Europeans, North America would be a cesspool like most of the turd world. Sure the natives were wronged but choosing not to think is even worse.

    • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004181647877 John Beattie

      Is North America now not a cesspool ? We of European descent have allowed it to happen.

      • ed91

        maybe

        it’s a bit tough to hang onto much when even your women turn on you.

        • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100004181647877 John Beattie

          Of course the pain and backstabbing has hit all of us who have been on the front lines of the struggle over the years. Guess just trying to jolt some reality, that we have to build from the bottom up. Wipe away the tears and create some fears in the enemy camp ( legally of course ). Mr. Taylor is proving by this very forum that there is still time to turn things around. There is absolutely stilll time as we still have the numbers. Getting the solid will, is still in building stages. But when we are finally ready, enemies, just watch us !!

  • Dr. X

    What an idiot. These people have absolutely no factual or obhjective understanding of the suject they speak of. Nazis were primarily anti-Bolshevik, and regarded Jews as carriers of Bolshevism. That’s why they wanted to wipe them out. Indians were not Bolsheviks. If the Founders had been like Nazis, there would have been no rule of law or Constitution — Washington would have been “der fuerher” for life. (There would have been no freedom of speech for a-holes like Jensen, either.)

    If you actually READ the Constitution you will find that the Founders regarded Indians as separate nations and signed treaties with them as sovereign nation. If the Founders had wanted to commit genocide they would have succeeded — the last Indian would have died well over 100
    years ago. I live near an Air Force base right across the street from an Indian reservation and every time I see a USAF training flight I am reminded that the U.S. could kill all the Indians in 15 minutes if it wanted to. Fact, is, it doesn’t want to. It gives them welfare checks instead. Some “Nazis,” huh?

  • cecilhenry

    Pure unabashed hatred of white people and their civiilization.

    Call it for what it is. The video ‘How whites took over American” is very cathartic.

  • http://profiles.google.com/waepem hadley baxendale

    Until Mr. Jensen. a Dane, apologizes for his people’s invasion of the Celtic homeland and the ethnic cleansing and genocide his Danish people conducted against the native population of what is now called “England”, I, a native Celt, refuse to apologize for anything. His filthy Danish swine invaders slaughtered and genocided native Celts forcing my people to move to a foreign land, America. Until conquering raping pillaging scum like Mr. Jensen and his evil hordes of blond haired invaders apologize for their race guilt, I refuse. to apologize for seeking refuge from his evil people in America!

  • zapp branigan

    It’s a peculiar mental disorder to be angry about something that happened 400 years ago to no one alive today and done by nobody around today and demand justice be done and make people suffer who had nothing to do with it and reward people who were not affected by it.
    I believe these people are insane.

    • IstvanIN

      Although I agree that all this anger is bizarre it isn’t particularly peculiar. People have been getting even for hundreds of years. It doesn’t make sense but it happens all the time. Would it be better to put old conflicts and wrongs aside and live in the present, absolutely, but that doesn’t happen. I think a world were we learned from the past and lived in the present would be preferable to living in the past and never learning but alas, most people don’t think that way.

  • http://valeofdarkness.blogspot.com/ ValeofIgnorance

    If Pale-face had wanted to exterminate the Amerindians he could easily have done it – and yet White people ended up making reservations to protect the them from extinction. However, when it comes to the eradication of Whites – you can guarantee Anti-Whites like Mr Jensen have no intention of setting up reservations.

  • potato78

    He is absolutely right.
    how Native Americans suffered because of the “European invasion of the Americas.”

    White Americans could make a apology to Black Americans, why not to Native Americans??

    The biggest apology owed by White-Americans is the apology to Our Native Americans. Our government should give a lot of help to Native Americans instead of Black Americans, it is out of proportion to the Native American help. Make Native Americans more asimulated into white american communities.

    • Katherine McChesney

      ‘White Americans could make a apology to Black Americans, why not to Native Americans??’
      __________
      This should cease immediately. Black Americans should apologize to White Americans for being a burden in every way possible. Crime is their only contribution to White America. We should abandon them to save ourselves.

      On the other hand, I believe we might try to lift Indians out of their poverty. If they don’t show some willingness to improve their situation, then we should leave them to their own devices.

      • potato78

        What should I say more about this issue? Yes, “Black Americans should apologize to White Americans for being a burden
        in every way possible. Crime is their only contribution to White
        America.”

        However, White Americans have had already spoiled Black Americans. The same token, White Americans have averaged down by the Black Americans bad influence from 360 degree angle and good influence from 15 degree angle.

        American Indians have never had been trying to “influence” and “squeeze” into every White American societies and communities as many way as possible. But black americans do try their best into white american societies as much as possible. If things are not going to their way, then white americans are called “racists”.

      • Michael_C_Scott

        I’m still waiting for Amerinds to apologize for introducing smoking tobacco to the rest of us. Smoking-related ailments are the leading causes of preventable death in the world.

    • The__Bobster

      No, they should be given their own nations and cut loose.

  • Sloppo

    Kennewick man appears to have predated “native Americans” and he also appears to have been of the European genotype, so perhaps Robert Jensen’s next article should be about “how Europeans suffered to extinction in the Americas because of the Asian invasion”.

    • The__Bobster

      The latest data say he was Polynesian.

      • Sloppo

        He was a Polynesian man who looked just like the actor named Patrick Stewart who played Captain Picard in “Star Trek”. It’s not so easy to believe that a polynesian really looks like Patrick Stewart but the US government is satisfied that we don’t need to learn any more about who the first people in America. They buried what may be the most significant archaeological site in America under two million pounds of dirt and planted 3700 trees on that dirt, “to control erosion”.

        http://cofcc.org/2012/03/kennewick-man-revisited/

  • Michael_C_Scott

    This “genocide” was largely accomplished via accidentally imported diseases in an era when the causes of disease in general and germ therory in particular were completely unknown. Of course as a journalism professor, Robert Jensen automatically also considers himself an expert on the history of medicine and epidemiology, because to put it delicately, he’s louder than he is smart.

    For the rest of us, I reccomend “Man and Microbes” by Aarno Kaarlen.

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      Microbes are amazing things, and it is really they who dominate the Earth – always have, always will. Our first contact with alien life will likely be microbial in nature. I would also recommmend “Microcosmos” by Lynn Margulis. Fascinating stuff.

  • thoughtcrime1933

    Sieg hiel and pass das mash potatoes

  • Anon 12

    This is what we get for the dumbing down of the White race. This is what we get for allowing ANY nonwhite inside our nation’s border, let alone make them citizens of OUR land. This country was built FOR and created BY White Europeans tribes for the White race only. This is no longer OUR land because of the dumbing down and the cowardice of the White race who believed the lies set forth by our age old enemy within our lands (Euro lands also).

  • s shadow

    “. I can rest comfortably in the privileges that come with being white, or I can struggle to be fully human. But I can’t do both. Though the work is difficult, the choice for those of us who are white should be easy. ”

    What do the above sentences mean? There is no substance to the entire article. It’s a feel good article for unthinking, robot like, utterly brainwashed lemmings. This guy is straining mightily to become exactly equal with people who have little more than half his IQ. Has he ever asked himself why he is trying to be such a useful idiot for the very demented Soros? His endless and mindless struggle to acheive something the leads nowhere, and accomplishes nothing is an outrage to the senses.

  • FourFooted_Messiah

    Wait, what? At least Americans have a story behind Thanksgiving. To us Canucks, it’s just a harvest festival, with no story attached.

    And as far as that goes, well, while the Pilgrims learned from the Natives how to survive, yes, they eventually turned on said Natives. But then, they turned on white folks, too, if they weren’t “religiously pure” enough for their tastes – witness Salem. Yes, it was only maybe 23 people killed during that, but even other Christian Europeans by that time no longer believed in childish things like witches and werewolves.

    And as someone below mentioned, would any other race be mangnaminous enough to let us whites have reserves on which we can live the way we want, to pursue our own cultures? Hahahahaha, no.

  • Tired

    I can still remember the horrified expressions of my white liberal friends when I told them I’m glad Europeans came (and that I’m proud of my rich heritage). Priceless. I’ve lost a good friend over this. We are both white young men, who share a great many interests, but much to my sadness, he’s completely brainwashed with anti-white propaganda. We got on the discussion of the European conquering of the land that would become the United States. I told him I was not going to demonize my ancestors, the people who made my existence possible, nor was I going to ignore the genocide of whites. But alas, he would not listen, and when I asked for sources for his anti-white lies, he closed up and has since not spoken to me. It is a shame, I care a great deal for him. But this is not uncommon. From an early age (I am not even 20 yet), we are bombarded with anti-white propaganda, a big focal point being thanksgiving. But I can say, I love thanksgiving and I love to celebrate my European ancestors on thanksgiving. We should all celebrate our white European ancestors, who brought civilization and culture to a barbarian land.

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      Well, yeah. He’s been blinded by imprper education to not uinderstand that it’s his own kind who allowed him to have the quality of life he now has.;

      Sad, but …… we need to do something,.

    • purestocles

      Tired, if you ever talk to him about this stuff again ask him what has been, historically, the outcome of the clash of two civilizations that were so different in levels of development. The European economy was based upon agriculture and was an iron age civilization. The Amerinds were primarily hunter/gatherers and stone age people. A war to the death was inevitable. Great thinkers have pondered this issue and none have drawn lofty moral conclusions. As surely as the barbed wire fence doomed the buffalo, so the farm doomed the American Indian. That’s just the way it is and there’s not much more to say though that doesn’t stop some with the advantage of 20/20 hindsight from moralizing. From our present perspective it’s easy to fall into the fallacy of assuming that white europeans were foreordained to succeed. They probably didn’t see it that way at the time and instead felt as though they were fighting for their lives.

      • FourFooted_Messiah

        It wasn’t the barbed wire fence that doomed the bison – that came after the bison were cleared out of the prairies. What doomed them was the gun, and the attitude that the bison “had to go” to make room for wheat and cattle.

        They were also seen as the `wild Indians`larder`, and getting rid of bison meant that taming the humans would be that much easier.

        Amerinds are not innocent, either, in the destruction of the bison. Yes, we hear a lot about how passengers on the first transcontinental trains were encouraged to take potshots at the herds, in order to dine on tongue later. But bison are very dangerous animals – the Indians knew that quite well. They’re not only huge, but they have very short tempers (and I have had personal encounters with them; wood bison are still quite common in the north, and these are dwarfed by the plains variety.) Once Indians got their hands on guns, they slaughtered with as much abandon as whites – and they did so even BEFORE guns. Ever heard of a Buffalo JumpÉ Indians would drive an entire herd – meaning dozens, if not hundreds, of animals off cliffs. They would ONLY make use of the victims on the top of the pile, as it would have been impossible for them to shift and sort the whole lot.

        You may not have sympathy for a `mere animal`, but really, the bison was far more hard done by at the hands of humans of all stripes than the Amerinds were at the hands of whites.

        • Michael_C_Scott

          Lots of bison herds were wiped out to feed the crews who built the railroads.

          • FourFooted_Messiah

            Yes, that was just another factor, though. It took a LOT of factors to make once-numerous populations extinct, or nearly so. My example of the passengers on the train was just one of the most blatant and wasteful ones. I can understand remote work crews needing wild meat to support themselves, but that alone would not have caused the wholesale destruction of such a populous animal.

    • Gracchus123

      Remind your friend (if you ever talk to him again) that war is the natural condition of mankind (unfortunately); peace breaks out occasionally, but not too often. This condition is why the warrior is revered in practically every culture on earth. Additionally, if you look into history, every group on earth has been conquered or has conquered other peoples lands. That’s simply the way of the world. Be of good cheer!

    • David Ashton

      What is the origin of this propaganda resulting in widespread self-hatred in the USA and Britain? One source must be the New Left aka Cultural Marxism.

  • negrolocaust

    thanks indians for giving me your land that i took. thanks black for slaving on my land so i could relax and enjoy life. thanks hispanics for giving me your land that i beat you out of. thank you and i appreciate it.(now get out of my face)

  • David Ashton

    I leave to others the refutation of this latest outpouring but just wish to point out that it is a typical example of what is labelled “Cultural Marxism” in captive universities.

    • Gracchus123

      But wait…..according to “authoritative sources”, there is no such thing as Cultural Marxism”. Where is their web site? Who calls themselves a Cultural Marxist?

      • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bardon-Kaldian/100003542251801 Bardon Kaldian

        Cultural Marxism is just a wrong label. These people exist, just this is not the best name for them.

        • David Ashton

          The New Left. The Western Marxists. The Critical Theorists.
          Just one among innumerable examples: some of “these people” themselves contributed to “Western Marxism: A Critical Reader” (1977) covering mainly Gramsci, Lukacs, the Frankfurt School and Marcuse, Sartre, Althusser and Colletti. “New Left Review” co-editor John Merrington says therein that Gramsci, “theoretician of the revolution in the west”, remains a vital source for developing “an authentic British or American Marxism and the renewal of the socialist movement in the Anglo Saxon world” (p.175). Gramsci advocated infiltrating and altering the cultural superstructure to radicalize its social base. Programs for this purpose were subsequently developed by Marcuse, who influenced the 1960s “revolting students”, many of whom have become established teachers, politicians and media-people. Their issues of “race, gender, class” have been the major factor behind “equality and diversity” legislation in Britain and other EU states, and “political correctness” everywhere. Websites, publications and institutions expressing such views exist, including the CPUSA in its current mode.

        • Gracchus123

          Sorry for the confusion; I should have put the “sarcasm” button on. That comment was spoofing another poster who constantly denies the existence of cultural Marxists.

  • Cesare

    You know what always amazes me ? You only hear this garbage in North America. You never hear the descendents of the Spaniard and Portuguese settlers in Latin America whining about how their ancestors were ” so horribly evil “.

    • Herger

      To them Hernando Cortez was a saint.

    • IstvanIN

      There are native movements in Latin America.

  • http://www.facebook.com/brady.dillon.7 Brady Dillon

    “He (King George III) has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian Savages, whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.”

    Thomas Jefferson, Declaration of Independence

    • Svigor

      Funny which parts of the DoI are Sacred Holy Writ, and which are thrown into the dustbin of history, isn’t it?

      Sort of like how all the heretics calling themselves Christians selectively quote the Bible to suit their ends.

  • hoover dam

    Indians are not native and not Americans. If anyone is it is the Europeans who came west conquered and settled who only called these red mongoloid race “indians” because the first white European real hispanics thought they were actually in India of southern Asia instead of the new western hemisphere that was finally credited to Italian explorer Americus Vespucci in 1512 the year he died. They also proved the world wasn’t flat as many still believed 500 years ago. White Europeans were looking for a back passage to Asia because the western mongoloid Asian muslims has blocked all trading routes 500 years ago even though the Great Crusades has ended 300 years earlier after 200 years and 9 crusades but christians and muslims were bitter enemies as they still are today and kill each other every chance they get.

    Obviously Mr Revolutionary radical muslim socialist Obama knew this and allowed the US Consulate 4 whites to be murdered in Benghazi Libya and this tried to lie his way out of it with his stool pigeons like Clinton and Rice. Of course this was before the election as today he wouldnt have to make excuses and simply do what he wanted as a lame duck tyrant.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bardon-Kaldian/100003542251801 Bardon Kaldian

    This guy is annoying, but essentially a harmless idiot. US Injuns know that their future is with Whites, that’s why intermarriage at such high rates etc.
    US Whites cannot swallow blacks (too different) and brown Hispanics (too much of them). Asians should be also checked, I mean their numbers. Injuns, white and light Latinos, light Northern Indians, even slanted eyes Asians is small doses..can be whiteable.

    Just stop the damm immigration.

  • GERRY

    Since Robert Jensen hates America and white people so bad he has two choices to make, he should either kill himself because he is white or leave America and never come back. If he kills himself he would finally be of some use in society by being food for worms. If he leaves America I’m sure some Islamic terrorist organization will welcome the traitor of both race and country with open arms. As for me, I’m going to enjoy “THANKSGIVING” with my family and friends and and let the liberal communist hate monger called Robert Jensen wallow in his own defecation. While we all will be eating Turkey on Thanksgiving day, “HATE” will be eating at this very sick individual like a cancer. With Christmas on the way I have no doubt Robert will be bitching, whining, and crying like a little girl about the evils of putting up a Manger Scene. It’s hard for me to believe that this idiot is a Professor, I didn’t know that they had affirmative action for whites. It makes me sick to my stomach that this kind of garbage is being taught to our children by a “Karl Marx” clone.

  • Charles Edward Lincoln III

    I firmly believe that we should all pay close attention to what Mr. Jenkins has written—we should not dismiss it out of hand, but analyze it carefully and with due reflection on historical reality and implicit meanings and the consequences of the truth in what he has to say:

    “He went on to compare the Founding Fathers to Nazi Germany. “How does a country deal with the fact that some of its most revered historical figures had certain moral values and political views virtually identical to Nazis?” he asked.”

    I think it’s a valid and interesting question, but does the fact that “some of [our] most revered historical figures had certain moral values and political views virtually identical to Nazis” reflect on “our most revered historical figures” or on the late 20th/early 21st Century Creed and Religion of the New World Order that depends on demonizing the Nazis and sanctifying the Holocaust as the moral equivalent or superior to the Sacrifice of Christ on the Cross?

    Hmmm… I can actually think of many historical figures who “had certain moral values and political views virtually identical to Nazis,” among them all the leaders of the British Empire, including Benjamin Disraeli (as well as Cecil Rhodes) and virtually all of the founders of Israel, and many of its political leaders since 1948.

    And this should not be taken as an attack on the State of Israel. Maybe instead it is time to ask whether the Nazis were really quite as “wrong” as we (through our New World Religion) are taught to think they are. Perhaps the major errors of the Third Reich were merely ethical and strategic—starting an aggressive war of conquest against Poland by collaborating with their archenemies the Soviet Communists—and thus failing to take advantage of the real chances that existed of a lasting peace with England and France, and hence, with the U.S.

    If it is true, and I think it is undeniably true, that many Jews both in historical and modern times supported views “virtually identical to those of the Nazis”, then maybe the time has come for a MORAL revision of our understanding of 20th century history. Maybe it is time to restore the ancient concepts of “tribe” (=”natio, nationis” in Latin) and to acknowledge the right of all people to define, frame, protect, and sustain their national (i.e. tribal) identities writ large on the geo-political landscape.

    Could the right of national identity and integrity even extend to countries such as Iran? Could the advantages of a pluralistic, genuinely diverse world be greater than the advantages of a homogenized globalistic world of “shake-and-bake”, “hamburger helper” unified ultimately by force or fear of force through the United States and its creation the United Nations as puppet for International Bankers and Transnational Corporations?

  • potato78
  • http://saberpoint.blogspot.com Stogie Chomper

    Thought y’all might enjoy my Photoshop of the First Thanksgiving as described by Barking Moonbat Professor Robert Jensen!

  • european native americans

    Indigenous people? Even anthropologists have proven they were all non-native non-indigenous people but came from Asia over the Bering land bridge. They were also not native Americans. That name is reserved for the European native Americans only who named it as such.

    http://www.museum.state.il.us/muslink/nat_amer/pre/htmls/paleo.html

  • Formerly_Known_as_Whiteplight

    I completely disagree with the idea of Jensen, and the idea of original sin basically. However, IF we are going to speak in those terms, then slavery and its particular function of bringing blacks to the New World is not just our “original sin” for which we have suffered and paid for over and over again, but our Achilles Heel as well.

    Jensen’s article is good for illustrating how far out in the field leftist political thought can go, like the pioneers of old, discovering new territory going where only the brave or foolish would dare.

  • Kyle

    We need an authored letter that we can each send to appropriate mailboxes to ask these loony Liberals bosses to boot them out of the University they are from because their anti-American views are offensive and their anti-White views are racist

  • Bon, From the Land of Babble

    European invasion of America?? Genocide of the “indigenous people?” Maybe Professor Jensen didn’t get the memo that more and more evidence shows that the First Americans WERE Europeans:

    From The Telegraph:

    Stone-age Europeans were the first to set foot on North America, beating American Indians by some 10,000 years, new archaeological evidence suggests.

    In a discovery that could rewrite the history of the Americas, archaeologists have found a number of stone tools dating back between 19,000 and 26,000 years, and bearing remarkable similarities to those made in Europe.

    Adding to the weight of evidence is fresh analysis of a stone knife unearthed in the US in 1971 that revealed it was made of French flint.

    When archaeologist Dennis Stanford of the Smithsonian Institution places American spearheads, called Clovis points, side-by-side with Siberian points, he sees a divergence of many characteristics.

    Instead, Stanford said today, Clovis points match up much closer with Solutrean style tools, which researchers date to about 19,000 years ago. This suggests that the American people making Clovis points made Solutrean points before that…Solutrean toolmakers lived in France and Spain.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/howaboutthat/9110838/Stone-age-Europeans-were-the-first-to-set-foot-on-North-America.html

    And then there are those pesky 7- 8,000 year old human remains found in a bog in Florida:

    After comparing the Windover DNA to present European peoples, Dr. Lorenz said: ‘I went back to the screen and I looked at the sequences again. The first person’s DNA, it looked European. When I looked at the third, fourth and fifth, it was slightly different from the first tow, but they looked European.’

    Dr. Gregory from Cornell also stated that DNA samples taken from the brains of the bog people prove European origin.

    http://tinyurl.com/c8ypw4n

    Again from the British Press, this time from the Daily Mail:

    Across six locations on the U.S. east coast, several dozen stone tools have been found.

    After close analysis it was discovered that they were between 19,000 and 26,000 years old and were a European-style of tool.

    The discovery suggests that the owners of the tools arrived 10,000 years before the ancestors of the American Indians set foot in the New World.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2107418/Could-tools-belonging-Stone-Age-hunters-U-S-east-coast-finally-answer-really-discovered-America.html#ixzz2DMVeH0Bz

    I suspect the USG to bury ANY and ALL of evidence of Europeans as the First Americans — as Clinton did Kennewick Man:

    First the Army Corps of Engineers dumped 500 tons of rock and gravel from helicopters onto the Columbia River discovery site. Then the Corps layered the shoreline near Kennewick, Wash., with more than 300 tons of dirt and logs. Finally, it planted thousands of trees on top of the remade terrain, once a muddy beach. ‘The Corps destroyed as much as possible as fast as possible,’ says geologist Tom Stafford. ‘It’s like they hit it with a nuclear bomb.’

    Bon

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      I read about the fate of Kennewick man from a link some kind person posted here. My scholarly soul rages against this. There’s no crime worse than covering up knowledge in the name of fashion or political correctness, of whatever stripe. If knowledge is uncomfortable, too bad. It’s better to live in an uncomfortable reality than it is to live a comfortable lie.

  • pcmustgo

    When have we not had white guilt for Native Americans? HELLLOOOOO…. WE’VE BEEN TEACHING WHITE GUILT OVER SLAVERY /NATIVE GENOCIDE FOR 30 + YEARS NOW…. wtf?

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      I think Natives have been wronfgly focussioed on – or at leat only minority natives have been listened to at the Detriment of main steam natives. damn my current drunkeness, any typos can be blanmed on thqt. bUT BELIEVE ME. I won’t go beating up people no mater my state, I know the difference no matter what state I am in! Even if I can’t type worth crap and voted my own self down, lol.

  • William Allingham

    As my gran father used to say: “if you want to play Christ you will end up crucified”
    that meaning that if you want to be liberal and help this immoral people (blacks, mexicans) you will end up humiliated by these same people you wanted to help.

    I think Mr. Jensen should go to live to the outposts of dirty mexico city as an act of expiation of all whites, if he believes in “White punishment” he should start to give a good example otherwise he should stop pointing fingers and let people live their lives as good as they can even if this includes total freedom of association.

    • FourFooted_Messiah

      Interesting, in that Jesus was in fact a voice in favour of non-Jewish impulses, and thought himself as the leader of some sort of early multiculti paradise. I think he was wrong in one sense, but right in another. And I am an atheist. You figure out where I stand.

      • William Allingham

        Im also a non-believer but i think the metaphor works to point out that if you behave against nature you probably wont survive to propagate that behavior.

        What liberals do is PRETEND there’s no human nature to gain the support of the unskilled but only by not practicing what they preach they can propagate (a parasitic strategy). These unskilled don’t necessarily believe or understand what liberals say but find them useful.

        BTW i think that we Europeans made Christianity great (rather than the other way around) and it canalized many of our genius, in that sense i dont need to believe in Christianity to see it as a valuable part of our history, regardless if another ideology would have worked better (i think we will never know).

        • FourFooted_Messiah

          Agreed – because European Christianity was informed by Greco-Roman ideals .. and that’s where it became more than simply just another sect of Judaism.

          And liberals themselves tend to be hypocrites, in that they claim to understand nature and evolution, but then totally deny both when it comes to the modern-day human ape, just as surely as religious fundamentalists of any stripe do.

  • FourFooted_Messiah

    the lunatics have taken over the asylum – Fun Boy Three – much truth in a simple song.