Context and Perspective in the Holocaust Controversy

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Re: Context and Perspective in the Holocaust Controversy
« Reply #90 on: November 05, 2009, 09:02:42 PM »
That is the most one sided version of history evar. About par for the course with anything involving american history. Both sides were completely horrible, it was full of nearly lawless wars, but again, par for the course for the time. It will never compare to plunging the entire african continent into the dark age that they are still in. India going from the wealthiest nation in the world to a dirt poor nation. etc. The "genocide" of the indians was simply a consequence of two conflicting life styles not an actual intent.

Also manifest destiny was bullshit, they didn't believe that back then, they simply decided to move west, and I don't see how you can complain about breaking treaties, no treaty on Earth has ever gone unbroken.

The settling of the U.S. is no worse than the settling of any country, from france to spain, no country has ever been settled without the massacring of the people that were there before you.