Native American genocide
Mass Murder Inc Native American
See: Canadian Holocaust Thanksgiving
 Native Americans ‘slaughtered, sacrificed, fenced in reservations’ in US According to the US data, when Europeans came here, there were around 12 million Indians across 48 states. By the early 20th century, only 250,000 Native Americans survived. About 70% of Indians are refugees in their own country; they have been displaced from their own land. The US carried out an unparalleled genocide: they killed 99.6% Indians.
 Mohawk Children Murdered by Canadian Army
[2011 May] Genocide by Other Means: U.S. Army Slaughtered Buffalo in Plains Indian Wars
Holocausts A deluge of words was written on this topic. Hundreds of facets of this issue can be argued, but no amount of words can obscure the glacial reality of the fact that among the countless atrocities of the last centuries, by far the greatest were the genocide of the native Americans (magnitude of this holocaust is estimated by David Stannard in his American Holocaust, 1992, pp. 74-75, p.151) to be 100 million people for the hemisphere and 18 million for the area north of Mexico), deaths associated with the slavery trade (estimated to be 28 million people, cf., Stannard, p. 151) , and the holocaust of the Jewish people (estimated to be 6 million people). According to 1909 Census, the number of Cherokees was 369,035, Navajo 225,298, Sioux 107,321, Apache 53,330, Cheyenne 11,809 and Comanche 11,437. In the 1910, the total population of North American Indians was about 400,000, down from about 18 -19 million in 1492 http://www.visualstatistics.net/east-west/genocide/genocide.htm
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To put things in perspective, this is how Indian land disappeared between 1775 and 1992 in the United States of America, where over 100 million men, women and children were slaughtered, in what amounts to the largest case of willful genocide in human history. When we read about terrorism and homefront security, we need to look at this what real terrorism has looked like right here at home. You could also realize that the extermination of N. Americans was in full swing during this period, 1775 -1875, and 100 Million Indians were killed, resulting in the worst holocaust suffered by any race of people in the history of the world! http://www.facebook.com/kbearchief