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And You thought Hitler ordered the most massive genocide ever - wrong!

(November 17, 2013) "The year whites become a minority in the US. Horrific enough the Nazi ethnic cleansings in Europe during World WarTwo, leading American studies professor David Stannard notes it's dwarfed by 'far and away the most massive act of genocide in the history of the world.' The death of one hundred million indigenous people in the 'American Holocaust'.

Unthanksgiving Day and National Day of Mourning protests expose the real story of the first settlers; the bloodbath after the federal government 50 ¢/scalp offer to anyone who kills a native American. Full 80% of the first government's entire budget went on attacking existing Indian settlements to take their developed farmland. The settlers would most probably not have survived, writes Jennings, on their own. 95% of America's entire population was then wiped out.

American Holocaust notes there is documented evidence of colonist leaders going town after town deliberately killing all men, women and children. Yet school texts and history books remain silent. Orders came from the very top.

Under the direct order of George Washington, at least 28 of 30 Seneca towns and all the towns of the Mohawk, Onondaga and Cayuga were simply obliterated. George Washington wrote the Indian country 'must be destroyed.' Thomas Jefferson called 'to pursue Indians to extermination'. Nobel Peace Prize winner Theodore Roosevelt called 'beneficial' the eradication of the native race. Stannard notes genocide was official public policy. California Governor Peter Burnett in his 1851 message to the legislature. Peter Burnett, California Governor(1849-1851): Extermination must continue to be waged until the Indian becomes extinct.

Seek truth from facts with Ihanktonwan First Nation hereditary Chief Phil Lane, Mexica Movement Director Olin Tezcatlipoca, Atsina tribe member Lenore Stiffarm, who suffered sexual abuse from the Catholic Church at an 'Indian boarding school', Savage Anxieties author Professor Rob Williams, and Daniel Sheehan of the Lakota Child Rescue.

In mainstream history books perhaps the most common description of American territory then is ‘virgin land’. In fact, notes historian Francis Jennings, it was widowed. Some from disease, but also vast numbers from a deliberate policy aimed at wiping out the race, that mainstream history books continue to pretend never happened. He notes when Heinrich Himmler called the final solution 'delousing', Himmler was only echoing the Pilgrim army's rallying cry'nits make lice'-nits being Indian babies."

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