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Playing Politics With Genocide: Or How the Gun Rights Movement Became ‘Indigenous’

This brilliant article presents genocidal lunatics taking arrogant contempt for humanity and disingenuous propaganda to a whole new level.

Modern AfroIndio Times

[ Please review this article first to see the billboard image in question: Pro-gun rights billboard depicting American Indians sparks outrage | GreeleyTribune.com http://ow.ly/kAyQT  — * Full Disclosure: The inspiration behind this commentary came to me from journalist Joel Dyer when he asked me what I thought about this story when it first came to light. You can find his article about this issue (and a very concise response from Ward Churchill) in his piece for the Boulder Weekly: ‘What’s wrong with this picture?’ — http://ow.ly/kEZD0 ]

Playing Politics With Genocide: Or How the Gun Rights Movement Became ‘Indigenous’

04.30.2013

‘The justice and benevolence of God will forbid that … Texas should again become a howling wilderness trod only by savages, or … benighted by the ignorance and superstition, the anarchy and rapine of Mexican misrule. The Anglo-American race are destined to be forever the proprietors of this land of…

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2 comments on “Playing Politics With Genocide: Or How the Gun Rights Movement Became ‘Indigenous’

  1. Read The article -It is absolutely brilliant -should be read in every classroom.

  2. I agree, it is brilliant. I reblogged it from Modern Times. I’ve read a few beautifully written pieces on it. Another brilliant post is titled “Election 2012: Season of the Fascist: Witnessing the Ron Paul Campaign Humanise the Face of White Supremacist Politics”.

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