Yet, while American capital expends vast sums of money on armaments and wars that return it nothing its people continue to suffer a rapid degradation of their conditions. On the 17th of May it was reported by the United Way that nearly 51 million households don’t earn enough to afford a monthly budget that includes housing, food, child care, health care, transportation and a cell phone. That’s 43% of households in the United States [...]
Note: We are republishing this essay by S. Brian Willson describing the true history of genocide in the United States which stands in stark contrast…READ MORE Genocide and the Thanksgiving Myth
What one native American can tell you. Read our Disclaimer/Legal Statement! Donate to Support Us We would like to ask you to consider a small…READ MORE John Fire Lame Deer to the American people
The first nation destroyed by the United States was the Cherokee Nation, or Tsalagihi Ayeli, which, beginning in 1794, was slowly decimated by forced removals from territory in Georgia, the Carolinas, Tennessee, Alabama, and Mississippi. If Tsalagihi Ayeli was given its rightful independence and sovereignty, it would be seated in the United Nations General Assembly between the delegations of Trinidad and Tobago and Tunisia […]READ MORE The United States: Destroyer of Nations
Thanksgiving recalls for many people a meal between European colonists and indigenous Americans that we have invested with all the symbolism we can muster. But the new arrivals who sat down to share venison with some of America’s original inhabitants relied on a raft of misconceptions that began as early as the 1500s, when Europeans produced fanciful depictions of the “New World” […]READ MORE Five Myths about American Indians
By 1770, when the first great famine occurred in Bengal, the province had been looted to the core. What followed was sheer horror […]READ MORE British Colonials Starved To Death 60 Million-Plus Indians, But, Why?