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    Great! Excellent! Let’s be like them! They treated people very well. Of course, ‘people’ was defined as ‘members of your own tribe’. So, build a fire on the belly some poor sap you’ve staked down, just to see if they’re tough. Forget cities, roads, the fucking wheel…


    How’d you like it if you only were allowed to use the inventions of your particular country?

    Luke Magnifico

    So you’re saying that everyone in the capitalist dreamland of America cares about everyone else? That it’s just like on big hug all day every day?


    While holding European weapons, how quaint…


    Ahem: “…Now the Indians. I call them Indians because that’s what they are. They’re Indians. There’s nothing wrong with the word Indian. “First of all, it’s important to know that the word Indian does not derive from Columbus mistakenly believing he had reached India. India was not even called by that name in 1492, it was known as Hindustan. “More likely, the word Indian comes from Columbus’s description of the people he found here. He was an Italian, and did not speak or write very good Spanish, so in his written accounts he called the Indians, ‘Una gente in Dios.’… Read more »