Pocahontas (Trump-analogy) a swearword!

Anyone care to take a guess at how many true

Native (Indian) American descendents

can no longer recover their tribal heritage,

because of past European-American Corruptions?

Somewhere between one and a few million.

In other words Thousands!

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Records were burned by the hundreds,

in New England alone, because records were stored in old wooden building when first used for cremating instead of burial.

Colonist made it a habit to take land from our people by just calling our ancestors ‘savages’ and re-writing laws to make it legal to do so.

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While I was growing up in the New England Area,

as did Elizabeth Warren by the way,

my family would visit hundreds of tribes

from Canada to Delaware and west through New York.

Speaking of Elizabeth Warren,

one of the many telling ways if a female has blood,

the pinky finger, take a close look at her pinky?

At that time tribes were no threat

to our neighbors as long as we kept to ourselves.

Then along came the change in-laws by

President Ronald Reagan to help protect our people and return our land!

Pocahontas is not a swear word in any language, exception (Trump-analogy)!

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Pocahontas was a well liked, proud female of the Pocahontas and was the daughter of Powhatan, the paramount chief of a network of tributary tribal nations in

the Tsenacommacah, encompassing the Tidewater region of Virginia.

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pocahontas

Meg Whitman Likens Donald Trump to Fascists at Republican Retreat

New York Times, A “racist bully,” as “Pocahontas” because of her claims during her Senate bid that she had Native American heritage, which has not been proved. http://www.cnbc.com/2016/06/11/new-york-times-digital-meg-whitman-likens-donald-trump-to-fascists-shaking-gopas-brief-truce.html

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