|SolRo - 2014-07-04 |
Woo, it made it in time.
|gravelstudios - 2014-07-05 |
I just meant to watch a few minutes to see what it was like, but I ended up watching the whole thing.
|Old People - 2014-07-05 |
Turned it off as soon as this little bitch-man started praising Geronimo. The Apache were monsters, and I'd rather not sit through an hour of a self-hating white man talking about the peaceful and enlightened natives.
whatever you think of the Indians, americans are worse.
also the documentary isn't about that you whiney whitey
I do what old people do. I read books.
Those Apache sure were monsters for resisting American expansion onto their land.
Read about how they treated Mexicans and the Tarahumara, not to mention every tribe around them. You'll be torn over which minority to root for.
Rodents of Unusual Size
Almost as savage as the California genocide where white prisoners were unleashed from jails into the state after gold was discovered and they literally massacred entire villages. The Indians there were low tech even in comparison to other groups across the continent. The result was the US government paid for every head brought in to trading posts. A dollar a head! Who could turn down that little temptation? In the heydey of the genocide they were paying a head, especially for children. They would string the heads on poles and ride them across the valleys as symbols of American pride.
Disney never made that into a film. Also this:
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