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Post Reply Why ‘Indigenous Peoples’ Day’ Is Far Worse Than Columbus Day
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This is my first post ever on these forums and it's to tell ya'll that what you call slavery when it comes to native americans or africans is dead fucking wrong and nowhere close to the atrocities the white man was involved in. White people literally invented racial superiority, and when you use that as a base for your ideologies, it involves doing fucked up shit to folks of color because they were literally not considered people.

And no, the irish were never slaves either. When the native americans did it, it was because they were prisoners of war and were still entitled to humane treatment. When the africans did it, it was because they owed debts and signed themselves into servitude for a number of years to pay it off. Same with the irish. When the white man did it to other races, it was literally just "you're not a person like me, I own you simply because you're black and I'm white" Race and the inhumane, barbaric treatment associated with it was a completely white invention.
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karatecowboy wrote:


HideyoshiJP wrote:

For some reason, some people think that questioning Columbus Day or the character of its namesake is some direct attack on white people. .


That's because we've been around the block enough times. We know that with these types, "The issue is never the issue; the issue is the cultural revolution". Columbus Day is not about the bad things he did, it's about the monumental achievement he made and what it meant for Western Civilization -- it's expanse, and bringing the fruits of the Enlightenment to a whole new hemisphere, and setting up lands where the average man was more than a serf. The leukophobes and oikophobes know this; these are the same people who say that white people are the root of all oppression in the whole world. The reason we do what appears to be a tu quoque fallacy is because we're shining a light on a double standard. When you consider the double standard, the real motive becomes clear. It's not a sincere attempt to clarify history by showing some bad things a man did that were rather paltry my common indigenous cultural standards. It's about undermining and degrading anything that may glorify Western civ. or make it look desirable or good.



Yeah we should just sweep that whole culture genocide thing under the rug.
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Yeah we should just sweep that whole culture genocide thing under the rug.


A little confused here: How does cultural genocide differ from regular genocide?
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karatecowboy wrote:


uncletim wrote:

Yeah we should just sweep that whole culture genocide thing under the rug.


A little confused here: How does cultural genocide differ from regular genocide?


They destroyed a way of life out of pure hubris

Sad the natives should have built a wall to keep the filthy murdering illeagl immigrants who fail to assimilate out
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jonauli9 wrote:

This is my first post ever on these forums and it's to tell ya'll that what you call slavery when it comes to native americans or africans is dead fucking wrong and nowhere close to the atrocities the white man was involved in.


Well, you should look at other boards, then, we have one on Anime, too.
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They destroyed a way of life out of pure hubris

Sad the natives should have built a wall to keep the filthy murdering illeagl immigrants who fail to assimilate out


Ahhhh OK. So replacing stone-age tools with science and paganism with Catholicism. Not a sin.

Thanks for the dose of oikophobia, though.
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karatecowboy wrote:


uncletim wrote:


They destroyed a way of life out of pure hubris

Sad the natives should have built a wall to keep the filthy murdering illeagl immigrants who fail to assimilate out


Ahhhh OK. So replacing stone-age tools with science and paganism with Catholicism. Not a sin.

Thanks for the dose of oikophobia, though.


Did they ask for their stone tools to be replaced?

Oh right white man knows what is best for them right? Yeah that is not hubris at all
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karatecowboy wrote:


uncletim wrote:


They destroyed a way of life out of pure hubris

Sad the natives should have built a wall to keep the filthy murdering illeagl immigrants who fail to assimilate out


Ahhhh OK. So replacing stone-age tools with science and paganism with Catholicism. Not a sin.

Thanks for the dose of oikophobia, though.


Did they ask for their stone tools to be replaced?

Oh right white man knows what is best for them right? Yeah that is not hubris at all


Pfff, whatever nerd. You don't like every single decision that has ever been made by American leaders, so that means you're an oikophobe.

You should stop being so oikophobic and be more like karatecowboy, who has absolutely no problems with any U.S. leaders.

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karatecowboy wrote:


uncletim wrote:


They destroyed a way of life out of pure hubris

Sad the natives should have built a wall to keep the filthy murdering illeagl immigrants who fail to assimilate out


Ahhhh OK. So replacing stone-age tools with science and paganism with Catholicism. Not a sin.

Thanks for the dose of oikophobia, though.


Given how successful the people you detest were at convincing you. Why do you think adopting tactics that you deride in them will help your cause?

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Both are bloody ridiculous. Neither side appears to put much effort into moving on. Columbus did bring the Americas to Europe's full attention via flubbing his actual goal, therefore he tends to get full credit. What gets me, though, is that Columbus is being scapegoated for "evil whitey" arguments. Look; Columbus was an asshole, period. He treated BOTH the indigenous and the European colonists like shit. It got to the point that Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand removed him and his brothers from power. As for the holiday; don't make it seem bigger than it is. The day takes a backseat to most every damned thing, and, suddenly, it's squabbled over.
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Did they ask for their stone tools to be replaced?

Oh right white man knows what is best for them right? Yeah that is not hubris at all


Wow. You're actually standing up for stone-age, knuckle-dragging primativism all for the sake of hating whitey.


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Pfff, whatever nerd. You don't like every single decision that has ever been made by American leaders, so that means you're an oikophobe.

You should stop being so oikophobic and be more like karatecowboy, who has absolutely no problems with any U.S. leaders.



Pssssst - Columbus was not a US leader -- we didn't exist back then!



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Both are bloody ridiculous. Neither side appears to put much effort into moving on. Columbus did bring the Americas to Europe's full attention via flubbing his actual goal, therefore he tends to get full credit. What gets me, though, is that Columbus is being scapegoated for "evil whitey" arguments. Look; Columbus was an asshole, period. He treated BOTH the indigenous and the European colonists like shit. It got to the point that Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand removed him and his brothers from power. As for the holiday; don't make it seem bigger than it is. The day takes a backseat to most every damned thing, and, suddenly, it's squabbled over.


This is actually a rather fair take on things. I approve.
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karatecowboy wrote:


uncletim wrote:


Did they ask for their stone tools to be replaced?

Oh right white man knows what is best for them right? Yeah that is not hubris at all


Wow. You're actually standing up for stone-age, knuckle-dragging primativism all for the sake of hating whitey.


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Pfff, whatever nerd. You don't like every single decision that has ever been made by American leaders, so that means you're an oikophobe.

You should stop being so oikophobic and be more like karatecowboy, who has absolutely no problems with any U.S. leaders.



Pssssst - Columbus was not a US leader -- we didn't exist back then!




So its not oikophobic to call him out on his shit then. Glad we agreed on that. Thanks for confirming that you think it's okay to disregard the rights of people who are different as well.
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So its not oikophobic to call him out on his shit then. Glad we agreed on that. Thanks for confirming that you think it's okay to disregard the rights of people who are different as well.


TFW pointing Columbus is not a US leader means you don't believe in rights for "different" people. More gold from Octorockandtroll
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So its not oikophobic to call him out on his shit then. Glad we agreed on that. Thanks for confirming that you think it's okay to disregard the rights of people who are different as well.


TFW pointing Columbus is not a US leader means you don't believe in rights for "different" people. More gold from Octorockandtroll


Yes, because that clearly was the only thing in your post I could possibly be referring to. Glad you're at least adult enough to accept being wrong about calling people oikophobic at least.
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Yes, because that clearly was the only thing in your post I could possibly be referring to. Glad you're at least adult enough to accept being wrong about calling people oikophobic at least.


Well, then you need to do a better job elucidating your thoughts, because a lot of your posts read like you're drinking and typing. They're only mildly coherent.
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karatecowboy wrote:


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Yes, because that clearly was the only thing in your post I could possibly be referring to. Glad you're at least adult enough to accept being wrong about calling people oikophobic at least.


Well, then you need to do a better job elucidating your thoughts, because a lot of your posts read like you're drinking and typing. They're only mildly coherent.


No, you just assuming that a post shown to respond to multiple statements only refers to a single one even when it wouldn't make sense for that to be the case is entirely your own fault. Try again.
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karatecowboy wrote:


uncletim wrote:


Did they ask for their stone tools to be replaced?

Oh right white man knows what is best for them right? Yeah that is not hubris at all


Wow. You're actually standing up for stone-age, knuckle-dragging primativism all for the sake of hating whitey.


octorockandroll wrote:




Pfff, whatever nerd. You don't like every single decision that has ever been made by American leaders, so that means you're an oikophobe.

You should stop being so oikophobic and be more like karatecowboy, who has absolutely no problems with any U.S. leaders.



Pssssst - Columbus was not a US leader -- we didn't exist back then!



Cardamom_Ginger wrote:

Both are bloody ridiculous. Neither side appears to put much effort into moving on. Columbus did bring the Americas to Europe's full attention via flubbing his actual goal, therefore he tends to get full credit. What gets me, though, is that Columbus is being scapegoated for "evil whitey" arguments. Look; Columbus was an asshole, period. He treated BOTH the indigenous and the European colonists like shit. It got to the point that Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand removed him and his brothers from power. As for the holiday; don't make it seem bigger than it is. The day takes a backseat to most every damned thing, and, suddenly, it's squabbled over.


This is actually a rather fair take on things. I approve.


and you are applauding rape murder thief and cultural genocide over an over inflated white persecution complex

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