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  • #561
    MaxBrowne_NZ wrote:

    Chris, you are basically arguing with three idiots.  That "Zealandzen" is a milquetoast suck-up.

    It's hard to get angry at nonsensical non sequiturs. I will wonder this one time why you want my attention.

  • #562
    zealandzen wrote:
    MaxBrowne_NZ wrote:

    Chris, you are basically arguing with three idiots.  That "Zealandzen" is a milquetoast suck-up.

    It's hard to get angry at nonsensical non sequiturs. I will wonder this one time why you want my attention.

    You made it your business to know Native history and how much of it do you think is in school? Isn't this just like that? So why be a clown when you know someone does edit history? I suppose you don't know they owned a lot of the slave ships. Or were boycotting german goods as a form of sanctions. And that only 1/5 of judges was a German. That war was the result of protests here to create pressure for it. At the time they were only being segregated because it was unknown which people this mafia was. But when an unfounded shame is put on people they don't even examine this. The west could have said if you don't wan't them there just put them here.

  • #563

    I already happened to know and found some decent paragraphs with a few clicks. Plus, it is my business to know history. People will read it or skip it at their pleasure. 

    This is a forum for a variety of opinions and it's not a linear conversation. People drift in and out of topics and sometimes they just want to write a sentence. Between consenting adults what is the harm done? Why does this merit flippant nasty remarks? 

    How much of it do I think is in school? I'd say the basics of that era are taught in a typical American history high school and college class. at least. The Trail of Tears would be in the first part of the dual course, leading up to the Civil War. I'd say the topic was introduced as early as 6th grade in my case. It may be in the books but it's not necessarily being taught or learned. 

    Andrew Jackson ruined the southeast Indians, but few people are without any virtue. His birth is of interest, his wife is quite a story, and he had good notions on some things. My one sentence said he wasn't a hero to me. You called me names for that?

    About editing history, I read what I posted quickly and deemed it sufficiently correct. Not only do many Americans forget history, but others on this site have had no exposure to the topic. How does such reasoning make me a clown? If you will overreact to everything then then there won't be any interacting.  

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