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Merciless Savages Day

An American school map of the Indian wars, from the first half of the 20th century. Its caption reads: “The struggle between the Indian and the white man for the possession of a continent is terminated. At no time during this long contest of four hundred years’ duration, has there been but one ultimate result possible. The Indian stood in the way of advancing civilization — of progress, and had to give way. On the principle of of ‘the greatest good to the greatest number,’ a million people should not and could not hold a continent for a hunting ground that is capable of supporting hundreds of millions. — Goff.” Notice that, even then, basically universalist reasons — reasons other than the interests and advancement of our race — were being advanced to justify the victory.

by Douglas Mercer

WHEN Franz Boas’ brand of Jewish “cultural anthropology” began to be ascendant, Madison Grant was aghast. He complained to his friends that the new anthropology was turning the discipline from what it had always been, the study of the human races, into the study of pottery shards and the exotic mating practices of irredeemable savages.

Now those savages have a day. And the leader of what used to be the greatest Anglo-Saxon nation in human history is honoring them.

What could go wrong, other than everything?

Recently Alzy Joe Biden announced that he was nominating a Navajo woman [only part-Navajo, judging by her appearance] to be the leader of a major American cultural office, the National Endowment for the Humanities. Her name is Shelly Lowe and “she is Bilagaana, born for [?] Náneesht’ézhí Tách’iinii. Her paternal grandfather’s clan is Tábaha.”

What? Speak English please; we’re Americans.

American culture will never be the same.

Presumably she will be introducing America to beads.

But the tripe of her people’s culture has not stopped her from ascending the slime-ridden pole of the greasy American “elite.” The Spirit in the Sky has been good to her.

Shelly has most recently held the position of Assistant Dean for Native American Affairs in the Yale College Deans Office and Director of the Native American Cultural Center at Yale University.

And now the Indian Savages have their own day. This is a new day after all; their day, not ours.

Back of the bus, White man.

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For our enemies, Christopher Columbus is the White whale. He is the Whitest of the White men, the biggest White man in the pantheon, the deadest of the Dead White Males.

That’s why they’ve been gunning for him for quite some time.

And just the other day, the senile old codger who accidentally stumbled into the White House issued a formal proclamation on White House letterhead commemorating something called “Indigenous People’s Day.” This of course is a shot across the bow with an official stink to it. You can be sure that when they decimate the White population of America a little further and import more Afghanis and Haitians and others of such sordid ilk, they will jettison Columbus Day altogether and make this day in October a day dedicated to a beaten and defeated people, a people whose main occupations nowadays are living off welfare, drinking Whiskey, and beating their children.

Then it’s adios, Columbus. He’ll be on the scrap heap of history.

Its why all those status of Christopher Columbus have been falling like the value of the dollar — and some have ended up headless in a lake.

Not long ago the Jew mayor of Mexico City took down a statue of Columbus and put up in its place an object that looks like an insectoid alien meant to represent an “indigenous” woman.

On October 8 2021 “President” Joe Biden issued a proclamation commemorating Indigenous People’s Day, becoming the first US president to do so.

What a sordid accomplishment; paving the way a little bit more for the demise of his race. But then, when it comes to that demise, he claims to think it’s a “good thing” and a “source of our strength.”

More than 100 Cities including Seattle, Los Angeles, Denver, Phoenix, San Francisco — and a number of states — including Minnesota, Alaska, Vermont and Oregon — have replaced Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day, choosing instead to recognize the native populations that were displaced and decimated after Columbus and other European explorers reached the continent. Berkeley, California, was the first city to adopt Indigenous Peoples’ Day, in 1992.

If you’ll recall, back when Berkeley made this treacherous decision people wrote it off. They were freaks in Beserkeley, after all. They were the People’s Republic of Berkeley, and too many people paid them no mind.

But now the freaks are the “mainstream” — and the freaks are in the White House, dictating policy. The freaks push and push and push and pretty soon they blow the house down.

Back in 1992, instead of celebrating White people arriving on the North American continent, some said that that arrival was a bad thing. But at the time, even though they were darlings of the Jewish-run media, they were issuing a minority report. Now they control the levers of power.

Biden also marked a change of course from previous administrations in his proclamation marking Columbus Day, which honors the explorer Christopher Columbus. In that proclamation, the President acknowledged the death and destruction wrought on native communities after Columbus journeyed to North America in the late 1500s [sic], ushering in an age of European exploration of the Western Hemisphere.

Since when do we have to apologize for being the light of history? For being the engine of a great future? Since now. Since a while now. Sorry the White man was ascendant; sorry the White man created marvel after marvel of human ingenuity; sorry the White man woke the planet out of its long slumber and hibernation; sorry the White man single-handedly created the Modern World.

Sorry. (Not sorry.)

Biden read from the teleprompter:

“Since time immemorial, American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians have built vibrant and diverse cultures — safeguarding land, language, spirit, knowledge, and tradition across the generations. On Indigenous Peoples’ Day, our Nation celebrates the invaluable contributions and resilience of Indigenous peoples.”

There are many lies packed into this. First is the shaky reference to “time immemorial.” The fact is that Amerindians have not been on this continent time out of mind. They want you to think they are native to this place, that they sprung from the native earth like the soil and the plants. Not true. They were late arrivals; the consensus has been that they arrived here maybe 13,000 or 14,000 years ago; a blink of the eye in the history of Man on this planet. Even if it’s true, they’d only been here for cup of coffee when they set about killing off the majestic animals of the continent wholesale. So much for the “guardians of the Earth.”

“Consensus” is Jewish word for error. On September 21, 2021 in New Mexico they found a footprint that indicates that humans have been on this continent for (at least) 20,000 to 26,000 years. So the Amerindians that Columbus found were late interlopers.

Not indigenous people.

And, anyway, history is not a matter of “first come first served,” or holding “dibs” or saying “saved” and so on.

You only have the right to have what you can keep. And when it came to keeping this continent, they were the losers. The rubbish bin of history and all of that. But in America of the Current Year we no longer have the courage to say good riddance to bad rubbish. No, sir; we give that rubbish a day and put one of them in charge of our cultural institutions. We put that rubbish on the White House lawn.

For these traitors, being White means always having to say you’re sorry.

And as for them being “resilient,” look at the record. They were harried and hounded by their betters and forced to retreat to the scrub areas of the continent. They only survived by dint of handouts from the White man and laws protecting them. If the course of Nature had held sway they’d be gone. And as for a vibrant culture those beads really are not going to cut it. Their loftiest representatives (see Shelley Lowe, above) look like quarter-breeds at most.

No, the Amerindians were always a shabby lot, not using the natural riches of the continent, mercilessly scalping and torturing and cruelly enslaving, roaming aimlessly. There were good reasons our ancestors decided to clear them out of the living space where our women and children would be living; the sad thing is we didn’t finish the job. In the movie The Searchers, the main character thought it better that a White woman be dead than become an Indian. That’s the long and that’s the short of it: better to be dead than red.

“Our country was conceived on a promise of equality and opportunity for all people — a promise that, despite the extraordinary progress we have made through the years, we have never fully lived up to. That is especially true when it comes to upholding the rights and dignity of the Indigenous people who were here long before colonization of the Americas began.”

This of course is a brazen and bald-faced lie; America was conceived on no such promise, started out with no such premise. In its beginnings, our nation was never about anything as putrid or nebulous as “equality,” it was about making this a White man’s land, of being in the vanguard of White world supremacy, of triumphantly ensuring that our children and their children’s children would always be first in all things. But in today’s wicked world, the last have become first — and now write the history.

A history full of lies.

“In the first week of my Administration, I issued a memorandum reaffirming our Nation’s solemn trust and treaty obligations to American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal Nations.”

That is, he continued to grant race aliens generous concessions for gambling houses so (with help from Jewish gangsters, shysters, and “fixers”) they can “honor their ancestors” by fleecing poor sods who toss away their life savings in a booze-addled haze.

“The contributions that Indigenous peoples have made throughout history — in public service, entrepreneurship, scholarship, the arts, and countless other fields — are integral to our Nation, our culture, and our society.”

Now as John Wayne was wont to say: That is re-goddamn-diculous. There is no more marginal people than the Indians. They are the froth on the waves of American history, the flotsam and jetsam of our history that we jettisoned long ago — or should have. (In fact, when they wanted to make that famous 1960s commercial against littering and wanted that tear to roll down Big Chief So Sad’s face, they had to hire an Italian with heavy makeup to play the part.)

“The Federal Government has a solemn obligation to lift up and invest in the future of Indigenous people and empower Tribal Nations to govern their own communities and make their own decisions.”

Their future should not be our concern, any more than early humans should have been concerned for the Australopithecines they left behind. Their immediate future is that some few of them will be hired by wily Jews and befuddled Whites to teach at Yale and run (I mean ruin) our culture. Basically, as they go extinct, they’ve been recruited as a parasite’s parasitical assistant. (We’ll make sure the job assignment is temporary.)

“For generations, Federal policies systematically sought to assimilate and displace Native people and eradicate Native cultures. Today, we recognize Indigenous peoples’ resilience and strength as well as the immeasurable positive impact that they have made on every aspect of American society.

“Today, we also acknowledge the painful history of wrongs and atrocities that many European explorers inflicted on Tribal Nations and Indigenous communities. It is a measure of our greatness as a Nation that we do not seek to bury these shameful episodes of our past — that we face them honestly, we bring them to the light, and we do all we can to address them.”

So said Joe (“Whites will be an absolute minority”) Biden.

This is the crux of the matter; and this is a truly shameful statement. He might as well have spit in the faces of those great men who cleared the continent for our beautiful, creative, and truly great folk.

Long ago, the Indians themselves had conquered patches of this continent — they did so again and again, actually; from each other, sometimes slaughtering entire tribes.

The 19th century was when long and hard-fought battles were waged by White Americans in order to remove the Indian from the living space we needed. To clear a path for themselves and their descendants. The land was not stolen; it was conquered. These noble acts were the prerequisite to forming the great White American nation, at its best like none ever seen before on Earth, and worth every battle, every war. Today we should be putting up statues of these good and brave men, giving them a Day of Heroes, and paying continual homage to them for the services they rendered their race, for making our lives and our future possible. Instead we have this mental pygmy in the White House slandering their names, desecrating their memory, and calling them “evil.”

“I also direct that the flag of the United States be displayed on all public buildings on the appointed day in honor of our diverse history and the Indigenous peoples who contribute to shaping this Nation.”

Yes sir, the holocaust is very nearly complete.

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On the day that this broadside against White America was promulgated, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said that this announcement did not mean that Columbus Day would cease to be a Federal Holiday.

No, that will come later. Once a few more of those statues are decapitated and tossed in the river like so much sewage.

Once a few more Dead White Males are good and dead.

Once they’ve killed the White whale.

So, what are you going to do, White man? They’re coming for our scalps. You know it.

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12 October, 2021 10:10 am

Notice how no one moaning about how the land was “stolen” from the Indians is not turning THEIR house and property to the nearest tribe and returning to the land of their ancestors? Instead, they advocate MORE immigration! What is the logic behind that?

I’ve noticed that the jews have stopped suggesting that Columbus was jewish.

Arvin N. Prebost
Arvin N. Prebost
12 October, 2021 11:56 am

When I first read about the Ohio frontier in the historical novels of Alan Eckert, I was appalled. The “Dark Continent” was America, in the hands of these demons.

Now the incredible bravery of the frontiersmen is being declared a criminal act, by those who do not have one-tenth of the manhood of Simon Kenton or Daniel Boone.

The Beast is insane.

Susan
Susan
12 October, 2021 7:22 pm

Today I was doing a search for the Organization of American Historians. I was wondering where they were coming from philosophically. By coincidence, because today is CoIumbus Day, I came upon their Spring, 1991 issue, covering the Columbian Quincentenary, the 500th anniversary of Columbus’s voyage. It is on the ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center, a site sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. At https://files.eric.ed.gov/fulltext/ED360205.pdf you can have a look at instructional materials for elementary and secondary education about Columbus, circa 1991. It’s pretty much what you would expect. I am making this comment to point out what’s on pages 41 and 42 of this magazine. Page 41 has a “Values Survey Sheet.” Students were to state how they differed from their parents and grandparents on political, money, social, intellectual,… Read more »

Old Aardvark
Old Aardvark
13 October, 2021 2:27 am

Ten, perhaps 15 years ago, I saw a fascinating 2-hour documentary that was produced by the BBC. I was so impressed I sought out and bought a DVD copy of it. It’s called “Ice Age Columbus,” and it tells the story of the first humans to settle North America 17,000 years ago during the peak of the last ice age. These were hunter gatherer tribes living in France (which was not entirely covered by glacial ice sheets at the time) who had turned to hunting seals and walrus on the North Atlantic ice sheet and who eventually made their way to North America. These were our people –white people. The documentary lays out the story of how whites were the first inhabitants of small sections of what is now the… Read more »

Victoria
Victoria
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14 October, 2021 6:17 pm

I enjoyed your comment & appreciate the effort. Myself & my three siblings went to our small town elementary school, South Suburb of Chicago and were taught about the Vikings in North America, way before Columbus. To put a year on it, I was the youngest of four and was in 5th grade when still taught this fact in 1972. President Carter came along in 1979 & Federalized Public school Education. Before that it was States Rights & up to Community Schools and teachers as to the curriculum. When I was in Jr. High we had to pass the Constitution test in 8th grade to move on to High school. So that was 1976 & I’ll always remember our teacher how serious but soft handed about teaching this, all of… Read more »