The above is a map of North America labeled with the names of the tribes that inhabited this land. What happened to all of these tribes of indigenous people of Turtle Island, known today as North America?
When the european setters landed in America, they brought with them war, they raped the women and girls, killed the men, committing mass murder, many died by the thousands from the nasty diseases the europeans brought with them, i.e. Smallpox and syphilis, and mass enslavement.
The millions of the indigenous Americans, or rather Indians, who ‘disappeared’ after 1492 did not all die in the ‘holocaust’ inflicted within America. Hundreds of thousands were shipped to Europe and Africa as Indian slaves and just as many died on the journey. The whole slave trade story was given to all of us in reverse. A mass colony of Africans were not shipped from Africa to America. The truth is that Black Indians were shipped from America to Europe! They were then shipped from Spain to Africa as commodity for African resources. These Black Indians, now mistaken as African Americans, were shipped back to America and classified as “African Slaves.” This part of our history is what the school systems fail to mention in history programs.
Every European nation that colonized North America utilized Indian slaves for construction, plantations and mining on the North American continent but more frequently in their outposts in the Caribbean and in the metropolis of Europe. During the mid 1500’s and well into the 1600’s, while the trade of tobacco, corn, rice and the enslavement of some of the Indigenous people were already in progress. Spaniard colonists of Portugal were colonizing lands in Southeast and Southwest Africa, while simultaneously colonizing nearly all of South America and southern geographical locations of North America.
According to archived records and documents by Spain, during this time period, many of the Spanish colonists dubbed the Indigenous people of the Americas as Negros and Negras based solely on their genders and the shade of their skin tones, and not their domicile of origins.
The English settler John Rolfe’s journal, currently located in full at the National Archives facilities in London, he documented the round-trip shipments of the tobacco, silver and gold, and the famously known quote “20 and Odd Negras,” which was changed by the Department of Historic Resources of Virginia three times from “20 and Odd Negras” to “20 and Odd Negros” to now officially read today as “20 and Odd Africans” commencing in 1992.
All historians note that nowhere is there more authentic documentation than in South Carolina, also known as the original English colony of Carolina, established in 1670. It is estimated that between 1650 and 1730 at least 50,000 Indians (and likely more due to transactions hidden to avoid paying government tariffs and taxes) were exported by the English alone to their Caribbean outposts. Between 1670 and 1717 far more Indians were exported than Africans were imported. In southern coastal regions entire tribes were exterminated through slavery compared to disease or war.
So now you can understand the confusion that was designed through the format of eugenics; to make it seem as if the Africans and the Indigenous people of North America, are one in the same….when they’re not. And this is where the mistake stimulated from.