Monday, October 20, 2014

Obama's Racial Revenge?

   HELTER SKELTER                          
Provoking Racial Unrest
"The boy then let it be known that the American Constitution was written by the Iroquois Indians."

It so happened that an 11-year-old boy came home from school one day and told his parents that the first European white people who came to America were so mean that they tried to kill the Indians by giving them blankets with smallpox germs. 

The boy’s father tried to use this as a teachable moment.  He asked his son to think if that made sense, even if the first white settlers were that evil.  How would they avoid getting smallpox themselves?  The boy then let it be known that the American Constitution was written by the Iroquois Indians.  The father informed his son that the Iroquois did not have an alphabetic written language, so they could not have written our Constitution.  The boy thought about the smallpox contagion problem but would not be dissuaded from his conviction that Iroquois Indians wrote the Constitution.

It also happens that this boy is a direct descendant of those same earliest colonials he had been taught in the public schools to despise.  The miseducated schoolboy (now older and wiser) is a 14th-generation American.  He descends from an Englishman who, with his wife and eight children, in 1638 sailed on the Susan and Ellen to the land that came to be called New England.  The boy’s forbears established the oldest privately deeded homestead in the United States in Windsor, Connecticut.  Let us hearken back to that fateful moment on the rough dock in Braintree, England and picture Joseph turning to his wife Mary, as harried husbands do when embarking with a large brood on a lengthy journey: “Honey, didst thou remember to pack the smallpox blankets?”

Over the centuries, smallpox did have devastating effects on the populations of American Indians.  However, hard evidence is lacking that Indians were intentionally handed smallpox-infested blankets by white settlers.  The globalization of disease is a natural consequence of human adventuring.  For example, there is substantial scientific evidence that Christopher Columbus brought syphilis back to the Old World.  Ward Churchill, that poster boy of leftist mendacity, was fired from the University of Colorado because he fabricated claims that American soldiers conducted a smallpox genocide against the American Indians.  To the extent that that belief persists, it contributes to a collective dissociative state. [Racial Revenge: Infected Immigrants as Human Smallpox Blankets continued]

Skoonj regularly forwards comments from his doppelgänger, one Stu Tarlowe; usually referencing an American Thinker article.  Like Skoonj, I find myself in harmony with Stu on most occasions.  This is one of them.

You may, of course, choose not to believe the premise of this article, that Obama & Co. are waging biological warfare against the United States of America.

You may also choose not to believe that Obama & Co. are driven by "anti-colonialism" which, at its heart, is really a deep-seated resentment and animus toward white people.

You may choose not to believe that Obama & Co. are guilty of the same (if not worse) kind of racism with which they delight in branding their critics.

You may even still be in thrall to Obama and believe that all opposition to him is rooted in racism.

You may choose not to believe that even Obama & Co.'s racism is but a tool exploited by Marxists to undermine and destroy the United States.

And you may believe that those who still see such an insidious Marxist threat are delusional and paranoic.

You may be what Lenin called a "useful idiot"; but (as Mark Twain would say) I repeat myself.*


Wabano said...

Ahem...the Iroquois were evil in that they mostly fought on the anglo side...
Remembered in Canada as genocidal maniacs...they were thanked for their efforts by getting kicked out of the USA to Canada where they are still they are better known for their building of New York's skyscrapers.

drew458 said...

1638? Newbie. My 'cestors got over here in 1635 with Reverend Hull.

Oh, and germs were barely conceived of in those days; it wasn't until the 1800s that they were proven to cause disease.

And while the Five Nations had a peace treaty, they hardly had anything you'd call representative government or democracy.

Anonymous said...

My immigrant ancestor arrived at Jamestown in 1608. The Virginia Company didn't fool around with smallpox blankets, because they hardly had any blankets. They did shoot injuns as necessary though, and the injuns massacred whole settlements from time to time as they saw fit.
They weren't "feelings" then; just survival of the fittest.
I sure would like to confront the "educator"*spit* who put that bilge on that poor kid. I hope the kid's father did.
Lt. Col. Gen. Tailgunner dick

David said...

My ancestors didn't get here until the early/mid 1800s and they had to travel all the way to the Dakota Territory to find any natives to get uppity with...

Anonymous said...

Wabano, If memory serves me right, it is the Mohawks who were the steeplejacks who built the NYC skyscrapers. Perhaps the Iroquois are a branch of the Mohawks, like there are a number of branches of the Sioux nation. But, I was born and raised in the western U.S., so really don't have a lot of knowledge about the eastern Indian tribes.


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