American history as told by a Red Indian

Want to read American history that you never knew existed? Daniel Paul, a Red Indian, tells the stories that Caucasians do not want anyone to know.

Daniel Paul



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17 responses to “American history as told by a Red Indian

  1. Bharat

    Terrific stuff. “bounty for scalps” terrific indeed!!!
    I have earlier known about the abuse & systematic annihilation of native kids in Canadian Residential school system ( the same technique repeated in Australia also) intended to “uproot” the native culture.
    It deepens my belief that ‘bengal famines’ were a deliberate attempt by brits to ‘depopulate’ India. (Also remember that they did the same thing to Irish (see dharampal archives)
    Brits were the real honorless brutes.
    Makes me wonder why some “indians” like MMS & Sen , still hold on to their belief that colonial rule was benelovent.

  2. N

    Please don’t use red Indian – native Americans is better

  3. N

    He mentions Mother Teresa. DOes not realize that she was a colonialist as well

  4. Bhakti

    “The Whites told only one side. Told it to please themselves. Told much that is not true. Only his own best deeds, only the worst deeds of the Indians, has the white man told.” – Nez Perces (Native American)

  5. D.I.D.

    I will not defend the fact of the extermination of other nations. Nor can I deny that a fundental part of the history of my nation is rooted in the systemic exploitation and extermination of many other nations. It is the dark side of Canadian history. But I still daresay that you are beating a dead horse: there have been genocidal massacres, ruthless land grabs, and horrendous religious expansion well before Christianity or even Europeans bloodied their hands of it. Where is the original African tribe, from whom we all supposedly descend? Probably was wiped out by one of its sucessors. How many peoples did Ghengis Khan and Attila the Hun exterminate in their plans for imperial conquest? Could Great Zimbabwe have been swallowed up whole by famished or jealous neighbours? In all of the waves of human migration into the great Indian subcontinent, have you ever considered the possibility that many of them were accomplished by subjegation or theft of land and murder of its previous inhabitants?

    Inconvenient fact: Europeans aren’t all evil nor did they invent genocide. It has been with us throughout, and with us all, so get off your imbecilic delusions. Human history, all of it, has a great number of very dark chapters, many of which would be utterly and completely abhorrant to the morals of today. It was not justifiable, but neither is it reversible, so we must move beyond the past, forgiving but never forgetting (lest history repeat itself), and try the best to tie up all the injustices that still linger from the dark parts of our history.

    What made European expansionism so unique was the sheer scale of it and the fact that it was the first time that humankind as a collective entity came to realise that forced conversion and stealing a militarily weaker nation’s land and murdering its inhabitants was morally wrong. That it took so long for us to draw that conclusion really doesn’t speak well about our intellegence as a species….

    • VoP

      Problem is Christianity and Islam neandrathals continue their conquest to exterminate native civilizations in the name of “Only MY God takes you to heaven, yours to HELL!”

      • D.I.D.

        How so?

        I cannot vouch for the contemporary “Islamic” leadership much, but last I checked, state and church are now separate in the West and these recent wars, questionable and destructive they may be, are not based on extermination or assimilation but on resource greed and self-defense. Not good in either case, but religion has faded out of the picture long ago.

        “…in the name of “Only MY God takes you to heaven, yours to HELL!”…”

        I believe in one absolute God with no other equals or contempararies. Thus, I do reject the tennets of Hinduism and feel that you are on the wrong path. I have also read your arguments suggesting that I am on the wrong path. Who is right? Well, I guess neither of us will truly know until we both die. Just because we fundementally disagree does not mean we must resort to violence. Only fanatics would do that, and in the modern age such violence is only done by brainwashed fanatics. The old Catholic church is an irrelevent old husk, and hopefully one day Muslims will be able to break free of the brainwashing that their clerics have done to them, and be able of practicing their faith, worship their God, and seek salvation without someone jamming it down their throats.

        Christianity and Islam have problems, but they are not evil. Those who distort these faiths to commit the crimes you have enumerated here are evil.

        • VoP

          DID you are NOT getting it. Here is the proof:

          in line with 2000 year old TREND

          Crimes Against India: and the Need to Protect its Ancient Vedic Tradition: 1000 Years of Attacks Against Hinduism and What to do About it

          • VoP

            > I believe in one absolute God with no other equals or contempararies.

            That’s Hinduism belief too, you have to get the basics right and join the Church bandwagon!
            basics –
            detailed –

            Followers of western “religions” WILL NEVER UNDERSTAND the depths of eastern “spirituality”. May be after another 3000 years after evolution.

            • VoP

              you have to get the basics right and NOT join the Church bandwagon! … what meant to say.

            • D.I.D.

              “…May be after another 3000 years after evolution…”

              Yikes! Who’s being supremicist now?

              I know that there is one supreme being in Hinduism, (Isn’t S/He/It known as Ram?) but I had always thought that there exists a massive swarm of other entities with near-godlike powers that exist independently of Him/Her/It. Thanks for the information, I’ll be sure to read it.

              As for the scheme to break India into rump states and the Islamic Mughalistan, well, I do know enough about it to make a definate conclusion, but it seems to follow a similar theme that hordes of other theories do, consider:

              – Pakistani nationalists are convinced that the West, Israel, and India are working to split Pakistan into its ethnic nations (with Kyber Phuktawana(?) going to Afghanistan) as part of a broader scheme to reduce the larger Islamic states into puppet statelets.

              – There seems to be a thread among extreme Islamists whom believe that the so-called “Jooos” want a “Greater Israel”

              – Extreme American nationalists fear the “Atzlan” or the “Reconquista” of their country’s southwest by Mexican immigrants.

              – Mark Styen and the likes of him seem to enjoy sowing the fear of an Islamic demographic conquest of the West.

              In my experience, theories that follow any particular pattern tend to be just that and nothing else. How much of the facts supporting yours can be validated by the historical community? If your proof can be so validated, then I will be strongly inclined to believe you, but until then I fear I will have to relegate this theory to the same bin that I toss all the other crazy ones.

              Also, if what these other guys say about the Vatican is true, then the Vatican should not be allowed to exist as a sovereign state. I suppose you were right about church/state separation; it is not complete and to have one filthy rich state controlled by a church is dangreous indeed.

              • VoP

                “…May be after another 3000 years after evolution…”

                Yikes! Who’s being supremicist now?

                You forgot the “May be” there , anyway I was referring to the spiritual philiosophy, values and not in any other way. If you knew sanatana dharma you would know.

                > it seems to follow a similar theme that hordes of other theories

                Well, percieving grievance is different from true grievanace. What’s happening in India is not theory. Just go to TN vilages and see what the Evangelical Terrorists are spouting

  6. Sandeep

    @ DID,
    ” but last I checked, state and church are now separate in the West and these recent wars, questionable and destructive they may be, are not based on extermination or assimilation but on resource greed and self-defense. Not good in either case, but religion has faded out of the picture long ago. ”

    Check again.
    Religon has not faded.
    Read Vietnam war history again. The American General Westmoreland was a ‘convert’ to ‘catholicism’. (
    “One American general involved in the request for food to be given to the Catholic Relief Services, was none other than General William Westmoreland. Curiously enough, this leading general became himself a convert to the Roman Catholic Church while conducting military operations in South Vietnam, an illustrious victim of Diem’s Catholic proselytizing. It was eventually discovered that, whereas the Catholics got their food absolutely free, the Buddhists had to pay for it. This applied not only to funds which had been sent by Catholic organizations from the U.S., but also to funds which had been sent by the U.S. administration to be used for the relief of all independently of their religious affiliations. ”

    Read ‘religious faith’ of Tony Blair and his eventual ‘conversion’.(

  7. ravi

    Since the Second World War, the US [NEW WORLD ORDER] has:

    1. Attempted to overthrow more than 50 governments, most of them democratically-elected.

    2. Attempted to suppress a populist or national movement in 20 countries.

    3. Grossly interfered in democratic elections in at least 30 countries.

    4. Dropped bombs on the people of more than 30 countries.

    5. Attempted to assassinate more than 50 foreign leaders.

    • ravi

      . Today, Diego Garcia [Mauritius] is crucial to America’s and Britain’s war on democracy. The heaviest bombing of Iraq and Afghanistan was launched from its vast airstrips, beyond which the islanders’ abandoned cemetery and church stand like archaeological ruins. The terraced garden where Lisette laughed for the camera is now a fortress housing the “bunker-busting” bombs carried by bat-shaped B-2 aircraft to targets in two continents; an attack on Iran will start here. As if to complete the emblem of rampant, criminal power, the CIA added a Guantanamo-style prison for its “rendition” victims and called it Camp Justice
      That half a million Iraqi infants died in the 1990s as a result of the embargo imposed by Britain and America is of no interest.
      Under the Indonesian tyrant Suharto, anointed “our man” by Thatcher, more than a million people were slaughtered. Described by the CIA as “the worst mass murder of the second half of the 20th century”, the estimate does not include a third of the population of East Timor who were starved or murdered with western connivance, British fighter-bombers and machine guns.

      These true stories are told in declassified files in the Public Record Office, yet represent an entire dimension of politics and the exercise of power excluded from public consideration.
      This has been achieved by a regime of un-coercive information control, from the evangelical mantra of consumer advertising to sound-bites on BBC news and now the ephemera of social media.

  8. Anonymous

    i want the informatin i give u or wat u have to give me kkkk bitch pagal idiot

  9. som

    “The following are some of the methods they used to cleanse the land of its rightful owners: Bounties for human scalps, including women and children, out and out massacres, starvation and germ warfare. These cruel British methods of destruction were so effective that the British came close to realizing their cleansing goal. All North American civilizations under their occupation were badly damaged, many eliminated, and close to 95% of the people exterminated.”
    -Daniel Paul
    So,the British methods of destruction also applied in India ,during 20 major
    Thanks ,for first and second world war ,that diverted interest of Britishers for recruiting solders and a promise for Independence.

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