Monday, October 8, 2012

Christopher "Genocidal Maniac" Columbus


It always amazes me that the people throughout history who declared themselves to be the most civilized, the most cultured and who declare other people savages and primitives are always the ones to carry out the most uncivilized, inhumane acts throughout human history against the so called savages and primitives. Especially when the so called savages and primitives greet them as friend and in many cases care for them when they are in need.

It is as if being more civilized means bringing death and destruction to the rest of humanity in the most savage and primitive way possible. As soon as one country gets the advantage it sets out to slaughter other countries and take what they have.

I cannot think of anything worse than celebrating Columbus Day, well except celebrating Hitler Day and forcing Jews to take part. When it comes to Columbus I see nothing to celebrate, I view Columbus like how I view Galactus the Destroyer of Worlds, a character from the Marvel comics, except that Galactus is not real and the actions of Columbus actually wiped out entire civilizations from the face of the planet. I view Christopher Columbus no different than I view Adolf Hitler or any other Genocidal Maniac.
In school we studied how the Spaniards wiped out entire tribes in their quest for gold, they did not come to the new world to make friends, they came to lay waste, to rape, pillage and murder while taking the resources of the new world, they did not value humanity. We read in school that the Spaniards played a game, to see who could remove the head of an Indian with one blow of their swords. We learned how they enslaved the local population and when the local population died out from war, slavery, cruelty and European diseases, when there was no one left, they traveled to Africa, captured, extracted and enslave the Africans, all with the blessing of the Religious Order who also wanted gold and cared nothing about Humanity.


But when the victors write history, they write it in such a way as to create fantasy and nostalgia of days gone by. They write from a position of their greatness, how wonderful they were and what they did for the world and the people they enslaved and murdered. Columbus brought riches to Europe and as a result delivered nothing but death and destruction to the peoples of the new world. His arrival opened the very gates of hell and unleashed the genocidal demons on the native populations.

Christopher Columbus’s actions wiped out civilizations, cultures and enslaved millions resulting in hundreds of years, of genocide from the tip of North America to the tip of South America and Africa.


The world does not remember or care about the millions who died and suffered as a result of this little European expedition, European Greed. They labeled the local populations as savages, less than humans and the Europeans who murdered and enslaved millions labeled as Civilized and worshiped as great heroes to this very day. I find Celebrating Columbus Day disgusting, I see nothing to celebrate, this was genocide and if we lived in a Just World, that Day would be a day to honor the millions of human beings who were murdered, who suffered not the murderers who killed them.



…We stole countries! That's how you build an empire. We stole countries with the cunning use of flags! Just sail halfway around the world, stick a flag in. "I claim India for Britain." And they're going, "You can't claim us. We live here! There's five hundred million of us." "Do you have a flag?" "We don't need a bloody flag, this is our country you bastard!" "No flag, no country! You can't have one. That's the rules... that... I've just made up! And I'm backing it up with this gun... that was lent from the National Rifle Association."


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