This look at our country by this person who wants to be president is silly. Do we really
want our students to be kept in the dark about our history as we have been doing since the beginning of time? What would be wrong with
teaching the truth so when someone looks at an American Indian they
will know what they went through to get where they are and learn what
was taken from them to get the White Settlers to where they were and
see the end result of everything that was an enormous experiment
in forming this country that has become somewhat of a melting pot.
Then when we see where we all are we can see what we can do to
correct mistakes that the White settlers made because they did not
have an instruction book. Most of them came here because they were
banned from owning property from where they came. That is some
thing I did not know and I still have to research that aspect that I just
read a couple of days ago. I believe that we all suffer from not knowing
the history of our country because we see the suffering everyday in
our fears and hatred of our fellow citizens. So if we find our why maybe
we can start to forgive. Shame on the people who want to bury our
history again so no one will know. Just because we have the pen in our hand does not mean we are the only ones with a story to tell.
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nunya biz commented
Would you also include the truth about who captured blacks in Africa to sell to the slavers in the first place? That in some cultures in African tribes you were not concidered a man until you killed another man. That the barbary pirates were blacks and kidnapped anyone they could find then sell them into slavery usually near northern africa and the middle east. And let's not forget the first recognized ***** owner in America was a black person. Am I justifying any acts committed against anyone because of their race or skin color? No but if you want to talk honestly you need to talk about everything honestly. To include the horrors done by the native americans to settlers moving west.