Fact — As a general rule, all captive males captured during internecine tribal warfare among American Indians were tortured for days until they died. Celebrations were planned around such events with entire villages gathered to watch and possibly participate in the ritual torture of captives.
Fact — The Sioux (or Lakota) claim that the Black Hills was stolen from them by the White man in the 1870’s. What the ignorant liberals don’t tell you is that the Sioux stole that land from the Blackfeet and the Arapahoe in the 1770s when they (Sioux) left Minnesota. In the same way, the Shawnee claim White people took Ohio and Indiana from them in the first decades of the 1800s. What you don’t know is that the Shawnee took it first from the Fox and the Sauk tribes. Just so the Comanche dispossessed the Apache from West Texas while the Apache chased away the Ute and Navaho in Southern New Mexico and Arizona. Just so the Assiniboine and the Nez Perce slaughtered the Shoshone in Montana and Idaho. Ownership of the land was a literal bloody mess.
Fact — American Indians were what Thomas Jefferson referred to them as in the Declaration of Independence, to wit, “savages.” Most if not all the tribes of North America lived in a constant state of intermittent warfare among their neighboring Indian tribal “Brothers.” Starvation, raids for scarce food, and large-scale conflicts for revenge were commonplace.
Fact — American Indians glorified the values of violence and cruel warfare. Scalping and torture were a routine part of North American Indian culture as were burning their captives alive, slow disembowelment, and impalement through the anus. There was nothing noble about these savages.