Wednesday 14 October 2009


October 14, 2009


I have been putting up articles periodically revealing some truths about our "Recorded" History. As I have said before, what we have been taught in our school systems is nothing more than a pack of lies, done purposely for the programming of the masses to the Zionists' version of "Hitory".
Sorry NTS but I had to dress it up with pictures along with quotes from a few witnesses.

The schoolbook lie we were sold, two races meeting civilly even if the native is on the ground.

Monday, October 12th, was the American celebration of Columbus Day. It marked the 517th year since Christopher Columbus landed in the Bahamas in 1492. We have been told through our "History" books that his landings marked the beginning of the conquest of the New World. Yes, it was a conquest, and a subjugation of an entire race of people in the Americas. It was in reality the beginning of a true Holocaust, the American Holocaust!

Here now, I present an article that was just released by Ognir, in his site:, that reveals some amazing facts about Columbus and the reality that is the American Holocaust. Here is the article:

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Brainwashed Americans celebrate GENOCIDE on Columbus Day

(re-posted and salvaged from now-defunct web site)
"I certify to you that, with the help of God, we shall powerfully enter into your country and shall make war against you in all ways and manners that we can, and shall subject you to the yoke and obedience of the Church and of Their Highnesses.
We shall take you and your wives and your children, and shall make slaves of them, and as such shall sell and dispose of them as Their Highnesses may command. And we shall take your goods, and shall do you all the mischief and damage that we can, as to vassals who do not obey and refuse to receive their lord and resist and contradict him."
"As the Spaniards went with their war dogs hunting down Indian men and women, it happened that a sick Indian woman who could not escape from the dogs, sought to avoid being torn apart by them, in this fashion: she took a cord and tied her year-old child to her leg, and then she hanged herself from a beam. But the dogs came and tore the child apart; before the creature expired, however, a friar baptized it."

The statement Spaniards were required to read to Indians they encountered in the New World, to which the natives cannot understand because of language barrier.

Excerpted from "A People's History of the United States" by esteemed historian and Boston University Professor Emeritus Howard Zinn:
Arawak men and women, naked, tawny, and full of wonder, emerged from their villages onto the island's beaches and swam out to get a closer look at the strange big boat. When Columbus and his sailors came ashore, carrying swords, speaking oddly, the Arawaks ran to greet them, brought them food, water, gifts.

He later wrote of this in his log: "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. . .
An armored Hound of Hell
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."

These Arawaks of the Bahama Islands were much like Indians on the mainland, who were remarkable (European observers were to say again and again) for their hospitality, their belief in sharing. These traits did not stand out in the Europe of the Renaissance, dominated as it was by the religion of popes, the government of kings, the frenzy for money that marked Western civilization and its first messenger to the Americas, Christopher Columbus.

Columbus wrote: "As soon as I arrived in the Indies, on the first Island which I found, I took some of the natives by force in order that they might learn and might give me information of whatever there is in these parts."
"With my own eyes I saw Spaniards cut off the nose, hands and ears of Indians, male and female, without provocation, merely because it pleased them to do it. . . . Likewise, I saw how they summoned the caciques and the chief rulers to come, assuring them safety, and when they peacefully came, they were taken captive and burned."

The information that Columbus wanted most was: Where is the gold?

The Indians, Columbus reported,
"are so naive and so free with their possessions that no one who has not witnessed them would believe it. When you ask for something they have, they never say no. To the contrary, they offer to share with anyone. . ."
He concluded his report by asking for a little help from their Majesties, and in return he would bring them from his next voyage "as much gold as they need . . . and as many slaves as they ask." He was full of religious talk: "Thus the eternal God, our Lord, gives victory to those who follow His way over apparent impossibilities."
Fresh meat for the Spanish hounds of hell.

American Holocaust

David Stannard, Oxford University Press, 1992
Wherever the marauding, diseased, and heavily armed Spanish forces went out on patrol, accompanied by ferocious armored dogs that had been trained to kill and disembowel, they preyed on the local communities ~ already plague-enfeebled ~ forcing them to supply food and women and slaves, and whatever else the soldiers might desire.
An open market displays quarters of Indians for sale as food for Spanish dogs. A familiar scene throughout the Caribbean region. The one depicted here is in Guatemala.
At virtually every previous landing on this trip Columbus's troops had gone ashore and killed indiscriminately, as though for sport, whatever animals and birds and natives they encountered, "looting and destroying all they found," as the Admiral's son Fernando blithely put it.

Once on Hispaniola, however, Columbus fell ill ~ whether from the flu or, more likely, from some other malady ~ and what little restraint he had maintained over his men disappeared as he went through a lengthy period of recuperation. The troops went wild, stealing, killing, raping, and torturing natives, trying to force them to divulge the whereabouts of the imagined treasure~houses of gold.

The Indians tried to retaliate by launching ineffective ambushes of stray Spaniards. But the combined killing force of Spanish diseases and Spanish military might was far greater than anything the natives could ever have imagined. Finally, they decided the best response was flight. Crops were left to rot in the fields as the Indians attempted to escape the frenzy of the conquistadors' attacks. Starvation then added its contribution, along with pestilence and mass murder, to the native peoples' woes.

The massacres continued. Columbus remained ill for months while his soldiers wandered freely. More than 50,000 natives were reported dead from these encounters by the time the Admiral had recovered from his sickness. And when at last his health and strength had been restored Columbus's response to his men's unorganized depredations was to organize them.
"Because he did not give the great quantity of gold asked for, they burned him and a number of other nobles and caciques . . . with the intention of leaving no prince or chieftain alive in the entire country."

In March of 1495 he massed together several hundred armored troops, cavalry, and a score or more of trained attack dogs. They set forth across the countryside, tearing into assembled masses of sick and unarmed native people, slaughtering them by the thousands. The pattern set by these raids would be the model the Spanish would follow for the next decade and beyond.

As Bartolome de Las Casas, the most famous of the accompanying Spanish missionaries from that trip recalled:
"They would cut an Indian's hands and leave them dangling by a shred of skin. . . [and] they would test their swords and their manly strength on captured Indians and place bets on the slicing off of heads or the cutting of bodies in half with one blow. . . . [One] cruel captain traveled over many leagues, capturing all the Indians he could find. Since the Indians would not tell him who their new lord was, he cut off the hands of some and threw others to the dogs, and thus they were torn to pieces."

Once the Indians were in the woods, the next step was to form squadrons and pursue them, and whenever the Spaniards found them, they pitilessly slaughtered everyone like sheep in a corral.

It was a general rule among Spaniards to be cruel; not just cruel, but extraordinarily cruel so that harsh and bitter treatment would prevent Indians from daring to think of themselves as human beings or having a minute to think at all.

They would test their swords and their manly strength on captured Indians and place bets on the slicing off of heads or the cutting of bodies in half with one blow. They burned or hanged captured chiefs."

At least one chief, the man considered by Columbus to be Hispaniola's ranking native leader, was not burned or hanged, however. He was captured, put in chains, and sent off by ship for public display and imprisonment in Spain. Like most of the Indians who had been forced to make that voyage, though, he never made it to Seville: he died en route.

With the same determination Columbus had shown in organizing his troops' previously disorganized and indiscriminate killings, the Admiral then set about the task of systematizing their haphazard enslavement of the natives.

Gold was all that they were seeking, so every Indian on the island who was not a child was ordered to deliver to the Spanish a certain amount of the precious ore every three months. When the gold was delivered the individual was presented with a token to wear around his or her neck as proof that the tribute had been paid. Anyone found without the appropriate number of tokens had his hands cut off.
"When the Spaniards had collected a great deal of gold from the Indians, they shut them up in three big houses, crowding in as many as they could, then set fire to the houses, burning alive all that were in them, yet those Indians had given no cause nor made any resistance."

Since Hispaniola's gold supply was far less than what the Spaniards' fantasies suggested, Indians who wished to survive were driven to seek out their quotas of the ore at the expense of other endeavors, including food production.

The famines that had begun earlier, when the Indians attempted to hide from the Spanish murderers, now grew much worse, while new diseases that the Spanish carried with them preyed ever more intensely on the malnourished and weakened bodies of the natives. And the soldiers never ceased to take delight in killing just for fun.
Spanish reports of their own murderous sadism during this time are legion. For a lark they "tore babes from their mother's breast by their feet, and dashed their heads against the rocks." The bodies of other infants "they spitted. . . together with their mothers and all who were before them, on their swords."

On one famous occasion in Cuba a troop of a hundred or more Spaniards stopped by the banks of a dry river and sharpened their swords on the whetstones in its bed. Eager to compare the sharpness of their blades, reported an eyewitness to the events, they drew their weapons and began to rip open the bellies, to cut and kill those lambs ~ men, women, children, and old folk, all of whom were seated, off guard and frightened, watching the mares and the Spaniards.

And within two credos, not a man of all of them there remains alive. The Spaniards enter the large house nearby, for this was happening at its door, and in the same way, with cuts and stabs, begin to kill as many as they found there, so that a stream of blood was running, as if a great number of cows had perished. . . To see the wounds which covered the bodies of the dead and dying was a spectacle of horror and dread.
"They threw into those holes all the Indians they could capture of every age and kind.. . . Pregnant and confined women, children, old men [were] left stuck on the stakes, until the pits were filled. . . . The rest they killed with lances and daggers and threw them to their war dogs who tore them up and devoured them."

This particular slaughter began at the village of Zucayo, where the townsfolk earlier had provided for the conquistadors a feast of cassava, fruit, and fish. From there it spread. No one knows just how many Indians the Spanish killed in this sadistic spree, but Las Casas put the number at well over 20,000 before the soldiers' thirst for horror had been slaked.

Another report, this one by a group of concerned Dominican friars, concentrated on the way the Spanish soldiers treated native infants:

Some Christians encounter an Indian woman, who was carrying in her arms a child at suck; and since the dog they had with them was hungry, they tore the child from the mother's arms and flung it still living to the dog, who proceeded to devour it before the mother's eyes.... When there were among the prisoners some women who had recently given birth, if the new-born babes happened to cry, they seized them by the legs and hurled them against the rocks, or flung them into the jungle so that they would be certain to die there.

Or, Las Casas again, in another incident he witnessed:

The Spaniards found pleasure in inventing all kinds of odd cruelties, the more cruel the better, with which to spill human blood. They built a long gibbet, low enough for the toes to touch the ground and prevent strangling, and hanged thirteen [natives] at a time in honor of Christ Our Saviour and the twelve Apostles.
When the Indians were thus still alive and hanging, the Spaniards tested their strength and their blades against them, ripping chests open with one blow and exposing entrails, and there were those who did worse. Then, straw was wrapped around their torn bodies and they were burned alive. One man caught two children about two years old, pierced their throats with a dagger, then hurled them down a precipice.
If some of this has a sickeningly familiar ring to readers who recall the massacres at My Lai and Song My and other Vietnamese villages in the not too distant past, the familiarity is reinforced by the term the Spanish used to describe their campaign of terror: "pacification."

But as horrific as those bloodbaths were in Vietnam, in sheer magnitude they were as nothing compared with what happened on the single island of Hispaniola five hundred years ago: the island's population of about eight million people at the time of Columbus's arrival in 1492 already had declined by a third to a half before the year 1496 was out. And after 1496 the death rate, if anything, accelerated. [...]
Hell Hound

And we know who the most infamous conquistadors reveling in mass-scale warfare and massacres are, i.e. Hernan Cortez and Francisco Pizarro.

In other words...

The celebration of Columbus Day is condoning and advocating genocide to uphold the intrinsically human nature of ABSOLUTE POWER and UNADULTERATED GREED.

[Nine] years ago, I read the books "American Holocaust" and "A People's History of the United States" that describe the terrible atrocities in detail. I recommend these books at your local library.
"But now I am going to tell of another action the Spaniards engage in which is perhaps even more ferocious and infernal than the one I have just recounted, and it still goes on at the present time.

As has been said, the Spaniards train their fierce dogs to attack, kill and tear to pieces the Indians. It is doubtful that anyone, whether Christian or not, has ever before heard of such a thing as this.

The Spaniards keep alive their dogs' appetite for human beings in this way. They have Indians brought to them in chains, then unleash the dogs.

The Indians come meekly down the roads and are killed.
And the Spaniards have butcher shops where the corpses of Indians are hung up, on display, and someone will come in and say, more or less,"Give me a quarter of that rascal hanging there, to feed my dogs until I can kill another one for them."

As if buying a quarter of a hog or other meat.
Other Spaniards go hunting with their dogs in the mornings and when one of them returns at noon and is asked "Did you have good hunting?" he will reply, "Very good! I killed fifteen or twenty rascals and left them with my dogs" (de Las Casas, Devastation of the Indies, p. 127).

"Model in the Armería Real de Madrid, Palacio Nacional. Hunting armor and steel coat of mail worn by dogs in the exploration of the Indies. This outfit, however, belonged to a dog of Carlos V. From Luis Bonilla García, Historia y psicología del perro, following p. 79." (Dogs of the Conquest, p. 1)

Celebrating Columbus Day is equal to tolerating the horrific subjugation of Native Americans by oppression and bestial violence in the past.

Of course, some diverse native Americans, such as the Mayans and Aztecs, are not spared criticism for horrific human sacrifices and cannibalism, either.

Whereas Zionists insist the Holocaust of WWII is more important and must serve as propaganda to generate sympathy in primary & secondary schools, it does not dilute the fact the genocide of Native American populations is the largest ever seen in the history of humankind.

The hell with the pro-racist and pro-genocide Columbus Day, it should be changed to Conquistador Day.
NTS Notes: Yes, we have been lied to in our teachings of History in our school system. It is time for some true facts are told to present and future generations.

Happy belated Columbus Day, America! It really is not a time to celebrate.

More to come

"As for the vast mainland, which is ten times larger than all Spain, even including Aragon and Portugal, containing more land than the distance between Seville and Jerusalem, or more than two thousand leagues, we are sure that our Spaniards, with their cruel and abominable acts, have devastated the land and exterminated the rational people who fully inhabited it.
We can estimate very surely and truthfully that in the forty years that have passed, with the infernal actions of the Christians, there have been unjustly slain more than twelve million men, women, and children. In truth, I believe without trying to deceive myself that the number of the slain is more like fifteen million" (Devastation of the Indies, pp 30-31).
Father Bartolomé was very kind to the cruel conquistadors however because the pre-Columbian population of South America was about one hundred million ~ 100,000,000. Only about 10 million remained after 40 years!!
"A fire devoureth before them; and behind them a flame burneth: the land is as the garden of Eden before them, and behind them a desolate wilderness; yea, and nothing shall escape them" (Joel 2:3).

Images courtesy HEYOKA MAGAZINE.


  1. I remember when I was a teenager; I watched a movie entitled “Soldier Blue”. At the time my English was not good. I thought there was something grammatically wrong with title because the “adjective” always precedes the “Noun” in English.

    The title sounded French to me, but later I knew why: When the “adjective” comes after the “Noun”, it emphasizes and specifies the “Noun”, as “blue soldier” means blue soldiers out of many blue solders. But a “soldier blue” means a specific blue solders.

    Anyways, in the movie that specific blue soldier, in a battle against the Indians, jumped off his horse, cut off the breast of an Indian women who lay on the ground of the battle field, then pushed his blue pants down and rapped her. Unbelievingly, I jumped off my seat.

    As far as the Spaniards' colonization is concerned, I’ve read many books on the subject, and I was disgusted.

    How treacherous, liars, and blood shedders they were. On top of that, they harnessed all the natives' gold by stealing and ransacking their temples, and cheating.

    What saddened me was they sent the invaluable gold artifacts to their stupid queen Isabella who melted the artifacts into gold ignots to finance her bloody wars in Europe.

    Thus, the Spaniards did not only nearly annulated the natives, but they also erased enormous page of history.

  2. And yet some people deny there is a devil!


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