Monday, June 15, 2009

America killed freedom

I'm not a talented writer but I have opinions.
My Brothers and Sisters from the Real Nation were the freedom.

America did not provide "freedom", they stole it!

Hitler killed 5,000,000 but America killed over 20,000,000, four times that. Hitler harmed a nation but America wiped out nations. Hitler led train cars loaded with people to kill them, but who did it first? America did it first!

This nation, not Nation, but nation has hurt my blood. I do resent that in full!

Native Americans in the United States

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Native Americans
and Alaska Natives

Native American Portraits

Joseph Brant · Sequoyah · Pushmataha · Tecumseh
Touch the Clouds · Chief Joseph · Charles Eastman
Holmes Colbert · Jim Thorpe · John Herrington

Total population
American Indian and Alaska Native
One race: 2.5 million are registered [1]
In combination with one or more other races: 1.6 million are registered [2]
1.37% of the US population
Regions with significant populations
United States
(predominantly the West and South)

English language
French language
Spanish language
Native American languages


Sacred Pipe
Kiva Religion
Long House
Roman Catholic
Russian Orthodox

Related ethnic groups

Indigenous peoples of the Americas

Native Americans in the United States are the indigenous peoples from the regions of North America now encompassed by the continental United States, including parts of Alaska and the island state of Hawaii. They comprise a large number of distinct tribes, states, and ethnic groups, many of which survive as intact political communities. There has been a wide range of terms used to describe them and no consensus has been reached among indigenous members as to what they collectively prefer to be called [First Nation Asshole!]. Native Americans have also been known as Indians, American Indians, Aboriginal Americans, Amerindians, Amerinds, Colored,[3][4]First Americans, Indigenous, Original Americans, Red Indians, or Red Men.

European colonization of the Americas led to centuries of conflict and adjustment between Old and New World societies. Most of the written historical record about Native Americans was made by Europeans after initial contact. Native Americans lived in hunter/farmer subsistence societies with significantly different value systems than those of the European colonists. The differences in culture between the Native Americans and Europeans, and the shifting alliances among different nations of each culture, led to great misunderstandings and long lasting cultural conflicts.

After the colonies revolted against the United Kingdom and established the United States of America, the ideology of Manifest destiny became integral to the American nationalist movement. In the late 18th century, George Washington and Henry Knox conceived of the idea of "civilizing" Native Americans in preparation of American citizenship.[5][6][7][8][9] Assimilation, (whether voluntary as with the Choctaw,[10][11] or forced) became a consistent policy through American administrations. In the early decades of the 19th century, Native Americans of the American Deep South were removed from their homelands to accommodate American expansion. By the American Civil War, many Native American nations had been relocated west of the Mississippi River. Major Native American resistance took place in the form of "Indian Wars," which were frequent up until the 1890s.

Native Americans today have a unique relationship with the United States of America. They can be found as members of nations, tribes, or bands of Native Americans who have sovereignty or independence from the government of the United States. Their societies and cultures still flourish amidst a larger immigrated American populace of African, Asian, Middle Eastern, and European peoples. Native Americans, who were not already U.S. citizens, were granted citizenship in 1924 by the Congress of the United States.

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