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|Native American Day (American Indian Day) is a state holiday in California, established in 1968 to honor Native American cultures and contributions to the state and the US.|
|Hey, is that the mast of an imperial fleet coming from the sea to invade, rape, and kill us all? What are you talking about? I don't see nothing. (Day-Off)|
|We laugh, we cry, we joke, we point out irony.|
|Genocidal conqueror (morzadec.es.free.fr)|
|"Look what I discovered!" "How awkward." Columbus Day invasion (iamhobab.com)|
"We’re here today to tell the Chilean state and current government that we shall resist, that we shall be in defense and in resistance to what’s happening in the (Mapuche) territory."
In Chile, thousands of Mapuche indigenous people and their supporters took to the streets of the capital Santiago in an anti-Columbus Day march Saturday. The Mapuche are Chile’s largest indigenous group. They are calling for the return of ancestral lands and an end to the targeting of Mapuche activists under a supposed "anti-terrorism" law. One protester condemned the day marking 521 years since Christopher (Cristobal) Columbus’s arrival in the Americas. Meulen Huencho: "Today is not a day to celebrate.... More
|Columbus invaded the future US in 1492 (CT)|
|Almost any holiday is a good holiday if it means a day off (greetingcarduniverse.com)|
|Queen, I'll conquer and enslave "India"...|
Couldn't see the mass murderers coming?
David Hambling ("I See No Ships: Questioning Perceptual Blindness," ForteanTimes.com)
European explorers found indigenous peoples unable to see their tall ships -- or did they? Are people blind to unexplained phenomena because their brains simply can’t handle anything they don’t understand? This story, quoted in social science circles and popular with New Agers, was repeated in the recent film What The Bleep Do We Know? – “When the tall European ships first approached the early Native Americans, it was such an ‘impossible’ vision in their reality that their highly filtered perceptions couldn’t register what was happening, and they literally failed to ‘see’ the ships.” More