Rick Santorum was Correct: Indians deserved to lose in the context of history

America was correct to fight and beat the Indians

I have nothing at all against Indians.  There are many admirable traits that they have that speak well of them as a culture.  Yet my thoughts about them in the scheme of Westward Expansion is that they lost the war.  And they deserved to.  I can’t agree with the modern interpretation of these events.  Like 9.999999% out of ten, most people do not know history enough to have an opinion, and that includes the professionals who teach at our universities.  I have a unique relationship with history, and I can say that Rick Santorum was right about his comments in April of 2021 when he said that “there isn’t much Native American culture in American culture.” He has since walked back those comments due to intense pressure by the progressive elements of our society. They have made Native American worship just another political strategy to undo America as a country. Like their attempts to paint slavery as an excuse, North America should have never gone independent and, for unwarranted reasons, sought to destroy our Western culture with great effort using Indians as an excuse.  Yet some profound things happened that fully justify Westward Expansion and America’s founding as the correct and moral necessity that it was. The world of politics is entirely wrong in its approach.  For instance, if not for the real Pirates of the Caribbean, slaves today would have never been freed.  It took the pirates of the time to invent the concept of freedom in the world, and as pirates raided merchant vessels from England, France, and Spain, they freed black men being stolen from Africa whenever they could.  A democratic process was then created for the first time in human history that was directly learned by our Founding Fathers a century later.  That effort then translated to America’s Westward Expansion, which destroyed the culture of the Indians.  For the name of freedom, they deserved to lose. It should be celebrated, not regretted, for all the same reasons that it was Republicans who freed men and women of color upon studying the pirate movement.  The quest for humans to free themselves from an ominous past of king worship and imposition of radical religious movements which hindered the human mind for thousands of years was necessary.

You must know who did what to whom regarding slavery or the conquest of “Native Americans.” The desire for freedom from cultures of oppression, which England, France, and Spain were in the world of that time, before them, it was the Chinese coming straight out of the Ming Dynasty where they roamed the earth in their giant treasure ships procreating with cultures everywhere. At the same time, they spread the wealth of China liberally.  You likely didn’t hear about all this because they certainly don’t teach any about it in school. Still, there was trade going on globally between various cultures going back before Christ. As Spain was building little ships to send Christopher Columbus across the ocean to look for new trade routes to India, the Chinese for many centuries prior had floating cities bigger than anything previously seen on earth.  Their goal was to promote the might of China.  What we know about the modern Indian was directly attached to this effort.  Many Indian tribes were created globally and were hardly native to the continent from its inception.  The idea of diffusion from hunters and gathers coming down from the Bering Strait and settling the North American mainland first is preposterous.  Before known history, even a few thousand years before Christ in the Middle East, Phoenicians show evidence of trading in North America looking for vast copper mines in the Great Lakes region.  

I say all this for context because people upset with Santorum’s comments about Indians have pointed out the great societies of the Aztec and the people of Cahokia.  The massive pyramids just outside of St. Louis are just off the highway there as millions of people drive by every day and do not notice them at all.  Yet that is evidence of the extraordinary sophistication of global cultures trading all over the world.  That is the same kind of story as the Mound Builders of the Ohio and Mississippi Valleys.  We know now that these people were very large, some as big as 8 feet and 9 feet tall.  We call them giants now who came from the culture that built Stonehenge and were mixed with red-haired Vikings and migrants from Germany and perhaps even Egypt again well before Christ was born in a manger.  Lazy scientists who work in the Marxist university system over the very young fields of archaeology and anthropology are just beginning to scratch the surface of any global natural history.  There is so much that isn’t known. It has been way too soon to judge any culture anywhere regarding slavery, native status, and the like.  There is yet so much to learn.  They typically associate mound-building cultures as Adena and Hopewell Indians, but nobody knows.  With all the research that we have done, nobody knows anything about the Cahokia people who built those massive pyramids right in the middle of North America. It was all along a known trade route of the Mississippi River to the rest of the world, the pre-Mayan people, people in South America, and Africa, and beyond.  It is agreed that Cahokia supported a cityscape larger than London at the time. 

The Lakota, the Sioux, the Shawnee were not ancient cultures who built all these North American relics but were primitive offshoots of sophisticated societies that fell apart under the standard Vico Cycle.  I always talk about the Vico Cycle and people who turn back to the primitive under a necessity for the ambitious to rule over the lazy who are glad to follow.  So they became warring factions of hunter and gatherer tribes which is what met the first Americans.  The Five Nations of the Iroquois were not ever going to form a great government and shape the nature of human civilization. They had a chance, and they blew it long before Americans ever arrived to create a great republic.  Interpreters of history have it all wrong and did from the beginning turning the entire analysis into a political weapon instead of fact.  And when the two cultures met, the Indians were beaten as they should have been.  Their deep past was relatively shallow, and they felt the human need to be free of rule over tribal leaders and bloodthirsty kings.  Of course, the pirates were made out to be terrible.  Look at who interpreted history, the English, the Spanish, and the French, who were destroying the cultures at the time in South, Central, and North America for gold.  But Americans evolved and fought them all off, and freed the slaves, and stopped the long history of tyranny in the world for the first time. The Indians as we knew them were run over by the process, but that had been going on for many centuries, and if it hadn’t been Westward Expansion, it would have been themselves.  They would have destroyed each other as they were known to do.  Indians weren’t peace-loving victims. They indeed weren’t the ideal utopia of Sir Thomas More and other liberal contemplators of the human condition.  They were savages and muts from the world after tens of thousands of years of migration and global trade set to fail as all cultures typically do.  And in that regard, Rick Santorum should have never walked back his comments—because he was and remains correct.

Cliffhanger the Overmanwarrior

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