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Conspiracy: American Holocaust of Native American Indians (FULL Documentary)

Photo: Geronimo – Apache (1905) Description by Edward S. Curtis: This portrait of the historical old Apache was made in March, 1905. According to Geronimo’s calculation he was at the time seventy-six years of age, thus making the year of his birth 1829. The picture was taken at Carlisle, Pennsylvania, the day before the inauguration of President Roosevelt, Geronimo being one of the warriors who took part in the inaugural parade at Washington. He appreciated the honor of being one of those chosen for this occasion, and the catching of his features while the old warrior was in a retrospective mood was most fortunate. SOURCE Wikipedia (Public Domain)

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Uploaded on Nov 5, 2011

The powerful and hard-hitting documentary, American Holocaust, is quite possibly the only film that reveals the link between the Nazi holocaust, which claimed at least 6 million Jews, and the American Holocaust which claimed, according to conservative estimates, 19 million Indigenous People.

The Truth about Columbus and the Founding of America

from Before its News

By JG Vibes
November 21, 2012

The article below is an excerpt from the new book Alchemy of the Modern Renaissance, Find a full table of contents and full breakdown of all 87 chapters here

Contrary to the Europeans claims that the Americas were a vast uninhabited wilderness before western “discovery”, there was actually a massive native population that numbered in the hundreds of millions.

Traces of this large population seemed easy enough to destroy at first, considering the natives put a great deal of care into making as little an impact on their environment as possible.

However, as time passes archeologists are continuing to uncover evidence that the pre Columbus civilizations were much more advanced and populated then the historical record tells us. . . . Read Complete Report

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Trailer: Columbus didn’t discover us

Published on May 30, 2012

A moving testimony about the impact of the Columbus legacy on the lives of indigenous people from North, South, and Central America. PRESS TV Documentaries