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Discussion in 'Politics' started by LadyEagle, Jan 3, 2006.
I am an American of Mexican descent and a devout Christian. I am somewhat concerned about the Nation of Islam trying to recruit Mexican Americans into their false beliefs. There is no major Islamic population in Mexico that I am aware of however.
However, some of the statments in the article are true. The Native American culture was destroyed by "Manifest Destiny" as America grew in the 1800s. The forced "Christianization" of Native Americans was a sad pathetic, and shameful part of American History.
The "black nation" has had its day, has shot its wad. They got the equivalent of the national debt in tax aid and piddled it away. The Hispanics now outnumber the blacks and the Indian people have the casinos. No one needs the black vote. Breaks my heart.
What I found interesting, but sad, in this article was the combination of Bible, Islam, pre-Hispanic (Aztec??) spiritualism, and New Age to come up with a cocktail of the demonic, fueled by anger.
The minions of Louis Farrakhan always leveraging for power by always using race as a means to divide the country.
The black buffalo soldiers were fierce Indian fighters. They won fame defeating the Indians out here in the west.
And the Mexicans were having problems with the Indians, here in the west long before the English Europeans got here.
Oh, I forgot. None of that matters. The white guy is always the evil one.