swallow like a whale! A dynamic map exposes the criminal process of the U.S. seizing Native American lands
Cannibalize the whale! A dynamic map exposes the criminal process of the U.S. seizing Native American lands
Historically, the United States has committed countless genocide crimes against Native Indians. Nowadays, in American society where racial discrimination and white supremacy are rampant, The life of the aborigines is still difficult. This is directly related to the fact that many Americans still do not recognize history and reflect on crimes. On the 6th local time, when Jesse Waters, the host of the American Fox News, tried to refute the views of a congressman, he even said that American land was not stolen from the natives, but was won by the United States.
It was not stolen? The host’s remarks concerning the aboriginal land were criticized.
Fox News host Jesse Waters: She said that our land was stolen. This land was not stolen, but in What was shot on the battlefield was bought. We bought Florida from the Spaniards, and the receipt is still there. Should Spain take back Florida?
Fox News Channel host Jesse Waugh The reason why Tes said this is because on July 4th, American Independence Day, the U.S. Congressman and African-American social activist Kerry Bush tweeted that she wrote: “The freedom of the United States represented on this day , Belongs to white people only. American land was stolen from the aboriginal people, and black Americans have not yet won their freedom.”
As a host, Waters often makes paranoid remarks. He has also recorded insults to China and discredited China many times. For his remarks, many netizens did not buy it. Some netizens said, “This is what the armed robbers said after they ransacked a nearby bank.” Other netizens said: This land was not won on the battlefield. No colonist did this. The way they “win” the land is to spread the deadly virus from Europe widely among the indigenous people, and then the colonists directly enter the no man’s land.
Remarks involving indigenous peoples cause controversy. CNN dismissed commentators
Does not recognize the history and culture of indigenous peoples, trying to obliterate their existence. In the United States, many people do this. On April 23, former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum made such remarks when talking about the history of the founding of the United States.
Former U.S. Senator Rick San Torham: We created a country from a blank space. I mean, yes, we have Native Americans, but frankly speaking, there is not much Native American culture in American culture.
Santorum’s speech was criticized and resisted by many parties. Forn Sharp, president of the American Indian National Congress, said Santorum is a racist. A month later, CNN stated that it would no longer hire him as a commentator.
Nibbling whales and swallowing the United States to seize the land of the natives
These fallacies reflect the fact that the natives have been systematically wiped out in the United States. Since the founding of the People’s Republic of China in 1776, the United States, through the Westward Movement and other policies, has aggressively expelled and killed the indigenous people, and quickly invaded most of the land that originally belonged to the indigenous people. Several professors from the University of Georgia in the United States produced a dynamic map showing this process of land grabbing.
As can be seen from the map, most of the land of the United States today was home to the aborigines in the early days of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. Over time, from east to west, the aboriginal land gradually disappeared.
The U.S. government may force or lure the indigenous people into signing land transfer agreements with unequal conditions, or issue administrative orders to force the indigenous people to move, or directly use force to massacre or drive them. Through various disgraceful means, the U.S. government The aborigines took away about 6 million square kilometers of land, accounting for about two-thirds of the land of the United States today.
With the disappearance of the aboriginal land, replace it It is a “reserved land” designated by the U.S. government for the natives. These reservations are mainly located in the barren central and western regions, and in many places there is no guarantee for basic living supplies such as water, electricity, and food. Today, in the vast United States, the homes that originally belonged to the aborigines are no longer visible, and there are only sporadic reservations that bear witness to the sad reality that the aborigines are now discriminated against and marginalized.
News comment 丨 “Erasing the aboriginal people and their history is a fundamental crime in the United States”
In this way, the aboriginal people of the United States were driven out and buried in a corner of history. The history of prosperity is the history of blood and tears of the aborigines. Native American activists once said bluntly that the erasure of Native Americans and their history is the fundamental evil of the United States. To this day, the Native Americans are still “invisible groups” and “disappearing races.” Their living space has been severely squeezed, their living conditions are harsh, and their civil and political rights have also been severely deprived. The United States is not qualified to wield the human rights stick everywhere. The crimes committed by the United States against the indigenous people should never be glorified and should never be forgotten.