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Columbus Day Protest Triggers Violence in Reno

” “KILL HER, KILL THEM, GET RID OF THEM!” an actress shouted to a group of Native actors.”full indigenous front vol 1-72dpi

It will be called a hate crime, but it is much more.  It is actually institutionalized normal racism against anyone, who is not the dominant culture, who are considered beneath human, so this white guy in Reno ran over Native Americans.  Grandmother is in hospital. What was the issue? Columbus day!  Columbus Day is being protested in other countries as well, and for good reason. Vermont has renamed it Indigenous Day.  I have to say, that is progress. Looking forward to indigenous year, then indigenous decade, then indigenous century. – Ray Songtree

The District of Columbia was actually named after Christopher Columbus.

[This is false.  Columbus was not his name, nor was it Colon.  He was a Portuguese Jew, not Italian.  Columbia is a sect of the Illuminati.  DC and Colon, were re-branded by the cult trying to control entire planet, called now “World Order.”, now being constructed in Silicon Valley.]

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Marcella Corona

RENO, Nev. — A pickup truck drove through a group of activists protesting Columbus Day, hitting five and sending one to the hospital.

The group, which was also protesting the controversial Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota, had stopped at about 7 p.m. PT Monday under the Reno arch to pose for a photo when two men in a white Nissan pickup stopped just before a crosswalk, said Quanah Brightman, executive director of United Native Americans.

The driver approached the protesters and the group crowded around the truck, according to a Facebook Live video from Taylor de Lao. The protesters and the driver exchanged heated words, and the man in the truck then drove through the crowd.

“This is a hate crime,” Brightman said. “It’s still brutal to see this kind of racism in America. That man deserves life (in prison) for what he did.”

An elderly woman whose name wasn’t immediately available was hospitalized after she went under the truck, Brightman said.

After ramming into the crowd, the driver sped away and made a right turn. The Rev. Ralph Whitted of Cincinnati said he was standing at the intersection of Virginia and Second streets when he saw the truck speed off.

“He was weaving in between cars, gunned it and nearly clipped another car,” Whitted said.mother earth poster indigenous

The Reno Police Department did not return calls immediately.

Taylor Paniagua Sr. said he jumped in front of the pickup in an effort to stop the driver from fleeing. Paniagua said he caught the hood of the truck, but the driver kept going.

He grabbed one of the side doors and was dragged toward Second Street, he said. He eventually let go and slid, scraping his arms.

“This just is not right,” Paniagua said. “It didn’t seem right when they revved the engine.”

“I had to stand up for my rights,” he said. “I’m Native American myself, and I’m from Oklahoma. It was just uncalled for.”

Paniagua described the men as white, “chubby” and in their 20s.

US Columbus Day marked with celebration and protest

A national holiday marked with celebrations, parades and shopping bargains; all of it to honor the conquest of the Americas by Christopher Columbus and his western development of the new world. In the US Columbus means America.

But not for ReconsiderColumbusDay.org; “For way too long, Columbus created heinous crimes against the indigenous populations of the Caribbean and millions of Natives throughout the Americas. And Columbus set the stage for the slave trade in the New World.”

For Indigenous people of the Western Hemisphere, the landing of Columbus in the new world has another meaning; one that welcomes protests every year.

From San Juan Capistrano, California where one protester points to a plaque at a missionary, “Look here, it says to Christianize and to civilize the Indians. What are they trying to say? We are all savages? It’s pure racism!

At Boise State University in Idaho, protests condemned the treatment of Native people by Columbus; “Thank you Mr. Columbus, for humiliation, extermination, indoctrination.”

At Arizona State University, students from an NGO known as Freedom Rising staged a dramatization.

KILL HER, KILL THEM, GET RID OF THEM!” an actress shouted to a group of Native actors.

Even Rhode Island where one newscaster reported, “At Brown University – Earlier this year, Brown voted to boycott the Christopher Columbus day Holiday after 700 hundreds students signed a petition blasting Christopher Columbus’ treatment of Native Americans.”

It’s a day of mourning for Native tribes in Washington State, Colorado and throughout the countless Indian reservations in the country.

In Washington, DC an annual ceremony honoring Columbus takes place in the backdrop of the US Capitol.

Dana Ramsey who was visiting Washington DC from Seattle, Washington said “Columbus Day is just a day off of work or a federal holiday, but coming to Washington and seeing that is makes a big difference, kinda brings it home.”

The District of Columbia was actually named after Christopher Columbus.

[This is false.  Columbus was not his name, nor was it Colon.  He was a Portuguese Jew, not Italian.  Columbia is a sect of the Illuminati.  DC and Colon, were re-branded by the cult trying to control entire planet, called now “World Order.”, now being constructed in Silicon Valley.]

In the US capitol, he is honored every year in this celebration behind me. For anyone traveling to DC by train, they make their way here to Union Station and one of the first things they will probably see is a lovely white stone statue. It’s dedicated to Columbus and the three flagpoles signify the three ships that brought the explorer and his crew to the new World.

People here say he discovered America, what they did was conquer the Americas,” said one protester.

But there is another opinion on display outside the White House. It’s an illustration drawing present day similarities to the suffering of Natives under Columbus.

Hendrik Voss, of the School of the Americas Watch told RT, “We are here to call attention to the continued militarization of America that started over 500 years ago with Columbus, the exploitation of Latin America through military means continues today.

To show to Latin Americans and other people, that we don’t all celebrate Columbus, we don’t think he did good things. He brought a lot of suffering to the indigenous here,” said Arturo Viscarra, a research analyst on Latin America.

Despite the historic mistreatment of Native Americans, the US has never issued a formal apology to their indigenous population as other nations have.

Although there are petitions circulating throughout the US for the federal government to renounce Columbus Day, the idea is not welcomed by most Americans.

Enrico, an Italian American said, “In my opinion we have to celebrate this man. Without him, nothing, like America, or the things we know would have happened. So for me it’s correct to celebrate this man.”

Michael Colatta, another Italian American attending the ceremony for Columbus said, “He wasn’t looking to conquer the world, I think we should still honor the day.”

[This is false. Columbus came to exploit, and killed off the entire island, now called Haiti, within 20 years. He was a monster. 

Haiti was hit by tectonic weapon to cause Earthquake, while US just happened to be running a drill with 10,000 soldiers the day before. 

Bill and Hillary Clinton profited from the disaster. ]

In a Presidential Proclamation, Obama called upon all the people of the United States to observe this day with appropriate ceremonies and activities and directed that the flag of the United States be displayed on all public buildings in honor of Christopher Columbus.

One woman watching the protest outside the White House said, “They shouldn’t be protesting it, it’s part of our history”.

[Whose history? The false narrative of the dominant culture that continues to celebrate war criminals like Obama?]

It’s a day commemorating two narratives of history with two different ideas of how Columbus achieved the western development [destruction] of the Americas. It reflects a history that is marked every year by honor and betrayal.





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