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Re: National Reactions to Cherokee Vote
In Response To: National Reactions to Cherokee Vote ()
It was with surprise and sadness that I read the decission of the cherokees today. Obviously their ancestors understood (after all that they experienced) not to discriminate. It only furthers my revolve that much teachng needs to be done,( as all across this world due to the economical position of mostly white nations, and that they conquered in this time in history) to change the slave, conquered victim mentality that all that is white is good and all that is black is to be despised. If Africa was not in the state that it is in (due to many factors) and the Western world not on top - but rather Africa, I am sure that they would not have expelled this bloodline. I am sure that their ancestors would be ashamed of them, if they lived today. Much teaching must be done, and for the black Indians - much forgiveness on your part. Anger, hatred or division never bring about unity. The cherokees need to humble themselves and apologise. If they want their bloddline pure, then they must expell all that are mixed race. Thus becoming like Hitler,wanting a pure bloodline that is superior, or exclusive. How sad.
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