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    Default Re: What Native Americans Call Other Nationalities

    Quote Originally Posted by Springer View Post
    America is not unique with stories of historical violence. Every country in the world experienced barbaruc savagery at some stage in their development - and that violence was not limited to the "native savages".
    We were all native savages at some point in our path to “civilization”.


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    What does anyone think will happen if technologically superior aliens come to earth, and want our minerals or land? They will take it

    Had the technological playing fields been level, the world would be a very different place.
    As ever has been.

    When Homo Sapien Sapien evolved and started to spread they didn't gently retire the Homo Sapien Neanderthal, they conquered and subjugated them, as Neanderthal had done to Erectus.

    It is what it is. The stronger culture ALWAYS prevails. That's evolution, and you are welcome to disagree with evolution... evolution doesn't care!
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    As ever has been.When Homo Sapien Sapien evolved and started to spread they didn't gently retire the Homo Sapien Neanderthal, they conquered and subjugated them, as Neanderthal had done to Erectus.It is what it is. The stronger culture ALWAYS prevails. That's evolution, and you are welcome to disagree with evolution... evolution doesn't care!
    Indeed. And to add... Prevailing is, in essence, evolution.

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    As ever has been.

    When Homo Sapien Sapien evolved and started to spread they didn't gently retire the Homo Sapien Neanderthal, they conquered and subjugated them, as Neanderthal had done to Erectus.

    It is what it is. The stronger culture ALWAYS prevails. That's evolution, and you are welcome to disagree with evolution... evolution doesn't care!
    Exactly.

    Only difference is being from a foreign land, instead of a foreign tribe.

    Humans in general have been horrible to each other for a long time. Sad but true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GAZZAMCK View Post
    Humans in general have been horrible to each other for a long time. Sad but true.
    ALL ANIMALS are "horrible" to each other. It's the survival instinct.
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    I never expected the direction this thread took..



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    live out your imagination , not your history.

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    I never expected the direction this thread took..
    The Internet ALWAYS delivers!

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    Haha
    live out your imagination , not your history.

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    The concept of a "foreigner" always have me thinking. We don't have the history from before "the first occupants of the land." I am s South African so have a better understanding of my own country, but I believe in for instance the USA it might be the same. Who knows for sure that for instance before the Indian tribes where overtaken by a new type of community (colonizers they will be called in RSA), that the Indian tribes did not push out and kill them all from another group of people that lived there? When reading up on the Mfecane for instance, it is clear that tribes or peoples now complaining about being oppressed in recent history was once the oppressors in a further into history time. Modern views and history are just too short to know what went on years back. I am a firm Christian and Bible student and in the Bible it is also clear that tribes took over from each other and that the one now being conquered was the conqueror in an earlier stage. It is just how life is happening on earth and will keep on happening until the end of time. End of time being the end of your life on earth or the end of the earth.

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