And now included in the mix of anti-white Left Cultists perpetuating this oppression are Native American activists like "elder" Nathan Phillips who, ignoring their own dark history of extreme violence as Indigenous savages, falsely accuse white conservatives like the Covington Catholic High School students of being "white supremacists," simply for supporting our Commander-in-Chief and his plans for improving border security.
A cohort of these white-hating extremists calling themselves "Natives" recently descended on a Covington diocese to stage a "vigil" in protest of the infamous fake news incident that occurred on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial during the 2019 "March for Life" event in Washington, D.C.
Even though it was black supremacists from the "Black Hebrew Israelites" hate group, along with Nathan Phillips and his friends, who instigated the conflict by verbally assaulting the Covington boys and getting in their faces without consent, which we reported the details on here, here, and here, the Leftist Mob is still to this day blaming the Covington boys as the guilty party, solely because they're white, male, and were wearing "Make America Great Again" (MAGA) hats.
According to Breitbart, this staged "vigil" down in Kentucky is clearly rooted in anti-white racism, as white-hating racists like Carolina Castoreno-Santana declare MAGA hats to be "a symbol of hatred on Native land."
"I do not care how you want to try to excuse that," Castoreno-Santana is quoted as saying about the hats. "When a president runs on a racist agenda – a white supremacist agenda, you are supporting white supremacy when you are supporting him. There is no excusing that," she added in a media statement.
Castoreno-Santana didn't stop there in spewing racist, anti-white rhetoric, as she proceeded to declare President Trump as "the most openly racist president since Andrew Jackson in our history," followed by more false accusations that people who support President Trump, such as the Covington boys, are also racist.
"It is not even about political lines. It has nothing to do with that," she added. "No wonder that that is his (Nick Sandmann, the MAGA hat boy who was targeted by the mainstream media) hero who he idolizes (referring to President Trump). Another thing that is important because, what's going on right now? Why is our government currently shut down? Because of a stupid border wall."
According to Castoreno-Santana, the whole idea of having a border wall is a "white supremacist tool of oppression, created by the invaders of this land."
"We did not have borders prior to colonization," she's quoted as saying, her insinuation being that everything was peaceful and perfect prior to white people coming to America, as Indigenous people groups supposedly sat around the fire and sang kumbaya with one another – peace on earth, in other words.
But this was hardly the case, as true history – not the revisionist fake history taught in today's government schools – shows that Natives hardly got along with one another. There was much violence, much raping, and yes, much territorial behavior that may as well have been an actual, physical wall. In fact, a physical wall would have saved a lot of lives.
"Despite evidence of warfare and violent conflict in pre-Columbian North America, scholars argue that the scale and scope of Native American violence is exaggerated," reads the opener to the book North American Indigenous Warfare and Ritual Violence by Richard J. Chacon and Ruben G. Mendoza, which contains a detailed account of the horrors that took place in Indigenous America, prior to colonization.
"They contend that scholarly misrepresentation has denigrated indigenous peoples when in fact they lived together in peace and harmony. In rebutting that contention, this groundbreaking book presents clear evidence – from multiple academic disciplines – that indigenous populations engaged in warfare and ritual violence long before European contact."
While this same book tries to claim, insanely, that the burying of these truths somehow qualifies as more "colonial repression," the book's admissions about the true nature of Native people groups and their culture of violence completely debunk the current narrative that white people are violent savages, and that Indigenous people are saint-like victims of colonial oppression.
"In ten well-documented and thoroughly researched chapters, fourteen leading scholars dispassionately describe sources and consequences of Amerindian warfare and violence, including ritual violence," an introduction to the book adds, illustrating this point with near-perfect clarity.
"Originally presented at an American Anthropological Association symposium, their findings construct a convincing case that bloodshed and killing have been woven into the fabric of indigenous life in North America for many centuries."
Violence, the book further notes, was actually a "frequently celebrated component of Amerindian life" – meaning Natives loved it. It can't be emphasized enough how much this truth clashes with the current Leftist narrative that essentially worships Indigenous people groups while denigrating whites as if they're the only ones who are guilty of such violence.
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