Checking the Record: What Does it Take to Stop a US Offensive?

Professor Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz, interviewed by Abby Martin:

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  • Tom Welsh

    The policy of isolating children from their families and communities, in order to commit cultural genocide, is one of the most blood-chilling parts of this whole beastly story. I was reminded of something else, an echo from the more recent past:

    ‘When an opponent declares, “I will not come over to your side,” I calmly say, “Your child belongs to us already… What are you? You will pass on. Your descendants, however, now stand in the new camp. In a short time they will know nothing else but this new community”’.

    – Adolf Hitler

    • A very insightful and educated post! The Prussian Connection to American Schooling (Part 3), by John Taylor Gatto

      Where did the American school system come from? And what are its true purposes?

      This is an excerpt from John Taylor Gatto’s book, The Underground History of American Education Chapter Seven: The Prussian Connection, Section 90: “The Prussian Reform Movement” and Section 91: “Travels’ Reports”

  • basho

    Surprise, surprise.
    Genocide, genocide.
    Hollywood version of american history is all wrong.
    Who would have thought.
    Feed the pablum to the masses.
    We are the heroes.
    We are exceptional.
    Oh yes we are, just ask us.
    And it hasn’t stopped yet.
    And it won’t.

    • mulga mumblebrain

      And who runs Hollywood and has always done so? Just why are Moslems and Arabs ALWAYS portrayed negatively?

      • basho

        because we always need someone to hate, in order to take the spotlight off of our miserable selves.

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