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Oh, I have made myself a tribe out of my true affections, and my tribe is scattered! How shall the heart be reconciled to its feast of losses? If you can't be a good example, you'll just have to be a horrible warning. Bigotry is the sacred disease. Like many other self-avowed "Christians," he did terrible things to people of other races that Jesus Christ would surely never have done himself, nor have ever condoned.
In other words, Washington, Jefferson and Jackson were raging hypocrites. They claimed to believe in "democracy" and "equal rights" for "all human beings," but when their own economic interests were at stake, they were willing to consign Native Americans and African Americans to hell on earth, even women and children.
I like your Christ, but not Christianity. You Christians are so unlike your Christ.
What difference does it make to the dead, the orphans, and the homeless, whether the mad destruction is wrought under the name of totalitarianism or in the holy name of liberty or democracy? Do "heroes" trample women and children underfoot? Does a "great nation" ignore the human rights of innocents, or their terrible suffering at the callous hands of rich, powerful robber barons?
And what are Americans doing today, in Afghanistan and Iraq, really? Why are they causing millions of Muslim women and children to walk a new Trail of Tears? Perhaps it's time, or past time, to reconsider the words of one of American's wisest men, and a fierce opponent of racism, intolerance and hypocrisy: There are many humorous things in the world; among them, the white man's notion that he is less savage than the other savages.
S government unfortunately and unconscionably continues to participate in the terrible crimes of apartheid, ethnic cleansing and genocide, while hypocritically preaching "equal rights" and "democracy" to the rest of the world, by funding and supporting the Nakba "Catastrophe" of the Palestinian people.
The Nakba is very similar to what happened to Native Americans, and has been ongoing and steadily worsening for more than 60 years, since The root problems are very much the same: Today most Americans are willing to admit that what happened to Native Americans and African Americans was wrong, and yet the majority of Americans either ignorantly or willfully disregard the human rights of Palestinians.
This was the main cause of and the subsequent wars, just as the Trail of Tears was the main cause of the massacres on both sides that followed Those who don't learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
These nights bring dreams of Cherokee shamans whose names are bright verbs and impounded dark nouns, whose memories are indictments of my pallid flesh.
Burch, from "Mongrel Dreams" my family is part Cherokee, English and Scottish After Jackson was re-elected with an overwhelming majority inhe strenuously pursued his policy of removing Native Americans, even refusing to accept a Supreme Court ruling which invalidated Georgia's planned annexation of Cherokee land.
But in the double-dealing logic of the white supremacists, they had to make the illegal resettlement of the Indians appear to be "legal," so a small group of Cherokees were persuaded to sign the "Treaty of New Echota," which swapped Cherokee land for land in the Oklahoma territory. The Cherokee ringleaders of this infamous plot were later assassinated as traitors.
Hitler was similarly obsessed with the "legalities" of the Nazi Holocaust; isn't it strange how mass murderers of women and children can seek to justify their crimes? I know the truth — give up all other truths!
No need for people anywhere on earth to struggle. Look — it is evening, lookit is nearly night: What do you speak of, poets, lovers, generals? The wind is level now, the earth is wet with dew, the storm of stars in the sky will turn to quiet.
And soon all of us will sleep under the earth, we who never let each other sleep above it. A Cherokee official named Major Ridge protested to Jackson, "The lowest classes of the white people are flogging the Cherokees with cowhides, hickories, and clubs.
This barbarous treatment is not confined to men, but the women are stripped also and whipped without law or mercy. We shall carry off nothing but the scars on our backs. I, who am hated by life. No difference to sing or not to sing. Why should I talk of sweetness, When I feel bitterness?INED Book Review Trail of Tears The authors’ name of the book called Trail of Tears: The Rise and Fall of the Cherokee Nation is John Ehle.
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A Chickasaw novelist, essayist, and environmentalist, Linda Hogan was born in Denver, Colorado. She earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs and an MA in English and creative writing from the University of Colorado-Boulder.
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There's a broken heart beating like a funeral drum, A nation torn apart, So one can be born. There's a memory That the eagle holds high When we were free As the wind in the sky.