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Category: Autism awareness
You would realize those transgressions and teach them, but not in a hostile way. What is happening today is a blatant self degradation, and America hating, I love someone with autism to the moon and back to infinity and beyond gold moon shirt spear headed by an Orwellian group of socialists, intent on the downfall of America. And Indians still exist. Thank God. And we could learn a lot more by embracing some of their cultural ways.
I love someone with autism to the moon and back to infinity and beyond gold moon shirt
I’m not sure why you’ve decided to take my post out of the context intended. Are you seriously going to persecute me for hoping for a better world? I’m not sure why you’ve then decided to make reference and make assumptions on my social status? The irony of your context using the word ’denigrate’ when you have done nothing but cast aspersions on me. My post bares no relation to how happy people are around the world, only that I think it could be better for many more. makes me thankfull for America and freedom, that has spawned the advances of the western world. I love someone with autism to the moon and back to infinity and beyond gold moon shirt And it embraces diversity through the Constitution and freedom. Since its inception, more people have been lifted out of poverty and oppression than in any other time in history.
They got a raw deal. So did all the cultures the Romans conquered and the Vikings plundered. Please realize the indigenous peoples of the American contanint where killing each other long before Europeans came. cleansing was something the Romans and Vikings never did. Theese civilizations respected and adopted many features of the culture of the conquered people. Looks like people were more civilized one or two thousand years ago than a couple of hundred years.
what happened to the Mayans? Aztecs? Some of it was Spain. Some of it was the collapse of the society to changing times and the people melded into a much larger area of land and cultures. While some of the early U.S. policies were indeed intent on genocidal approach, it was never the sole intent, as was Hitler’s final solution. I do not condone those policies, but again, no e of us lived in that time, and can not put ourselves in those situations. We live in the present so we can learn from our past and understand what mistakes were made. We do not need to continually beat ourselves for the sins of our forefathers. Would you continuously berate a 5 year old for the things his 18year old brother did?
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