Columbus Day terrorism in Denver

Oh my, those bad ol’ protesters blocked yet another parade! This time in Denver. When will this terrorism stop?
Of course, unlike here in Colorado Springs with the St. Patrick’s Day Parade this year, the people in Denver actually did try to block the parade (see: transformcolumbusday), had the desire to do it, and carried their terroristic plan out. Whoaaaa…… They should have more respect for genocide which Columbus remains a remarkable current symbolic figure for. Especially in Colorado where so many Injun killers’ descendants live and continue to act genocidally in their politics. Right, James (Woolsey)?

Today, the buffalo roam the plains no more, and military profiteers advocate future genocides. But we must not tolerate the terrorists that want to scalp pale faced liars and cons. They must not be allowed to block the parade route! Long Live Columbus and His Kids, the Colorado business community! Now let’s get down to business and bomb Iran! And hand those arrested Injuns some blankets… it gets cold at night in Colorado.

2 thoughts on “Columbus Day terrorism in Denver

  1. “They… brought us parrots and balls of cotton and spears and many other things, which they exchanged for the glass beads and hawks’ bells. They willingly traded everything they owned…. They were well-built, with good bodies and handsome features…. They do not bear arms, and do not know them, for I showed them a sword, they took it by the edge and cut themselves out of ignorance. They have no iron. Their spears are made of cane…. They would make fine servants…. With fifty men we could subjugate them all and make them do whatever we want.” -Christopher Columbus

    Read more from Howard Zinn.

  2. “We have found the Indians very faithful in their covenant
    of peace with us; very loving and ready to pleasure us;
    we often go to them, and they come to us; some of us have been fifty miles by land in the country with them, the occasions
    and relations whereof you shall understand by our general and
    more full declaration of such things as are worth the noting, yea,
    it has pleased God so to possess the Indians with a fear of us and love unto us, that not only the greatest king amongst them, called Massasoit, but also all the princes and peoples round about us, have either made suit unto us, or been glad of any occasion to make peace with us.”

    -Edward Winslow (a pilgrim’s writing about the Native Americans and Thanksgiving)

    It’s a little early to break out Burrough’s Thanksgiving Prayer but in history’s scrapbook a date with the Natives ages yellow in photograph.

    Hi-ho, quicksilver, it’s a bird and plane, and faster than a comic book reprint. It’s Randolph and his sleigh, Rosebud. Rental trucks sold as yule logs anyone?

    Home for the holidays. (Bring them home!)

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