Here is an American hero, a man who benefited from native help to defeat England.


Orders of George Washingtonto General John Sullivan, May 31, 1779

“The immediate objectives are the total destruction and devastation of their settlements and the capture of as many prisoners of every age and sex as possible. It will be essential to ruin their crops in the ground and prevent their planting more.”

Governor William Henry Harrison, of the Indiana Territory (1800-1812) while defending displacement of the Indians

“Is one of the fairest portions of the globe to remain in a state of nature, the haunt of a few wretched savages, when it seems destined by the Creator to give support to a large population and to be the seat of civilization?”

John Quincy Adams, 1802, when rationalizing territorial imperatives as God’s will

“What is the right of the huntsman to the forest of a thousand miles over which he has accidentally ranged in quest of prey? Shall the fields and vallies, which a beneficent God has formed to teem with the life of innumerable multitudes, be condemned to everlasting barrenness?”

President Thomas Jefferson, The Papers of Thomas Jefferson, December 29, 1813

“This unfortunate race, whom we had been taking so much pains to save and to civilize, have by their unexpected desertion and ferocious barbarities justified extermination and now await our decision on their fate.”

Note he believes despite 300 years of atrocities against my people that they took so much pains to save us. What he REALLY means is force us to accept Christianity when you read deeper. I’ve already covered the genocide before and after this government before so I won’t waste your time now.

Jefferson is also the man who started the trail of tears. Trust me when I say these were smart men but far from great men.

We were already living the American Dream so even the government is not unique and was actually even at its conception 100s of years behind our establish government. They were 100s of years behind recognizing all men and women as equal and created by god. They were 100s of years behind in everything even with a model already in place for them.

Here are your heroes, here is the truth about them, ANY QUESTIONS? He and this nation owe their lives to natives who fought and died in the war against England! They are omitted from your history books, unimportant. A fact is more natives died for your freedom than colonists. Now you know the rest of the truth. Where are our statues and monuments?

Like the colonists there were some who sided with England and others for freedom. native Americans were used by both sides to do much of the fiercest fighting. Their loses were staggering. Yet not a mention, not a single monument in honor of those who died for this country. Nope, your heroes detested us even after!

Oh wait we are “honored” in Washington DC with the Washington “Red Niggers” aka Redskins.

~Kuwa Sumanitu Taka (pursuing wolf) aka Michelle Styles


Here you go sir. One of the men who founded “All men are created equal” and the problem is they didn’t see us as equals nor human. Slaves as property were better than natives as animals in their minds. Each signer had similar thoughts toward us. We were not equal because we were not human. We didn’t follow their creator. We had our own varied and diverse beliefs. But we were not white, not Christian and therefore not people.