Teabaggers, You’ve Got A Right To Be Mad?

( – promoted by navajo)

Insanity is the key to the teabagger’s “success” stupidity, and if you look at recent history,


Some of the nation’s top tea party leaders, are using you.

history is merely repeating itself.


A People’s History Of The United States. Zinn. p. 62.

http://books.google.com/books?…

It was one of those moments in which fury against the rich went further than leaders like Otis wanted. Could class hatred be focused against the pro- British elite, and deflected from the nationalist elite?

Or today, the GOP might ask, “Could class hatred be focused against a black president, and deflected from us, who support Wall Street and Blackwater?” They’ve done an outstanding job. So the primarily Caucasian teabaggers should be upset, but don’t they have a right to be as angry as they think they do.

“The Choctaw experienced the first concentration camps,” a Choctaw man said while lecturing.

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He was formerly an employee of the federal government and it was an educational setting. What’s that conspiracy theory FEMA is being used to round up people into concentration camps? This country never
put Caucasians in concentration camps. They put the American Indian in concentration camps, the African into living conditions wherein they would barely survive, and they “brought” women over just to reproduce. Death, blood money, and gratuitous sex: the tools of the historical White Man.


http://scholar.google.com/scho…

“This agency participated in the ethnic cleansing that befell the Western tribes,” Gover said. “It must be acknowledged that the deliberate spread of disease, the decimation of the mighty bison herds, the use of the poison alcohol to destroy mind and body, and the cowardly killing of women and children made for tragedy on a scale so ghastly that it cannot be dismissed as merely the inevitable consequence of the clash of competing ways of life.”

http://eric.ed.gov/ERICWebPort…

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http://www.montpelier.org/expl…

Archaeological evidence suggests that aside from nails and door hardware, the Madisons provided little resources for slaves to build these simple structures. The homes of the field slaves stand in marked contrast to the enslaved domestics’ homes directly in sight of the Montpelier mansion.


http://www.oah.org/pubs/magazi…

Slaveholders thought of the men, women, and children they held in bondage as property. Masters and mistresses considered the slave’s most important relationship to be that maintained with an owner. They worried that children reared to respect other authority figures, such as parents, might question the legitimacy of the southern social order, which granted slaveholders sweeping power over the people they held in bondage.


A People’s History Of The United States. Zinn. p. 103.

http://books.google.com/books?…

It seems that their (women’s) physical characteristics became a convenience for men, who could use, exploit, and cherish someone who was at the same time servant, sex mate, companion, and bearer-warden-teacher of his children.

I forgot to mention one tool other than death, blood money, and gratuitous sex: lies.

I can’t begin to describe what I went through learning in my mid 30s that I was a little over 1/6 Native American, and I had already begun following those ways. But here are some lies they had to have told my ancestors who lost their heritage, thus my specific heritage, to being Christianized.  

They would’ve told them their religion wasn’t good enough, that they were going to hell unless they “accepted Jesus.”

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They would’ve told them to go to the cities and be “normal.”

They would’ve told them they could stay on their lands after promising to not take anymore, but they used pen and ink witchcraft.

They would’ve hunted them down like animals to steal the natural resources on it, while being convinced they weren’t human beings. O the joy that must have come when they were made “citizens” with the right to vote. Maybe they were slaves depending on their location.

I’ve felt angry, but I don’t project all of that onto present situations, and I don’t condone violence. I believe it was a Comanche man, who criticized young men wanting to go to war. He said his ancestor wore the War Bonnet, but refused to wear it again. He got sick of war.

Teabaggers in the violent mindset need an example of legitimate self defense.


http://www.jewishvirtuallibrar…

The Germans ordered the Jewish “police” in the Warsaw ghetto to round up people for deportation. Approximately 300,000 men, women, and children were packed in cattle cars and transported to the Treblinka  death camp where they were murdered. This left a Jewish population of between 55,000 and 60,000 in the ghetto.

In April 1943, the Jews learned the Germans planned to deport all the people who remained in the Warsaw ghetto to Treblinka. A group of mostly young people formed an organization called the Z.O.B. (for the Polish name, Zydowska Organizacja Bojowa, which means Jewish Fighting Organization). The Z.O.B., led by 23-year-old Mordecai Anielewicz, issued a proclamation calling for the Jewish people to resist going to the railroad cars.

In January 1943, Warsaw ghetto fighters fired upon German troops as they tried to round up another group of ghetto inhabitants for deportation. Fighters used a small supply of weapons that had been smuggled into the ghetto. After a few days, the troops retreated. This small victory inspired the ghetto fighters to prepare for future resistance.

Thus, teabaggers do have a right to be upset over being used and lied to by their party, but there it ends. Teabaggers have a right to be mad? Please. And their women are with the wrong party.