YAY HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY TOMORROW GUIIIIISSEEEE!!
Tomorrow I’m not going to celebrate the independence of a nation.
Tomorrow I’m going to watch millions of Americans celebrate the calculated extermination and enslavement of my ancestors.
Tomorrow I’m going to hear every fireworks show as the cannons that were let loose on our wigwams, our gatherings, our dances, our islands, our valleys and forests.
Tomorrow there is no independence, tomorrow there is regret, tomorrow there is a deafening sadness to remember the legacy of failed confederacies, failed coalitions, failed revolutions, and failed attempts at equality.
Fuck you, governments of the United States and Canada. Fuck you for failing to admit that you acted and still are acting like genocidal monsters who don’t care how much it costs to live, how unbearable the pain of this legacy is, who think it’s okay to dare to call us unpatriotic to a nation that slaughtered us.
Well fuck you too boricuaislamica because that’s what every country did/or does now.
If you are just picking on America and Canada for it then you are just an asshole. If you think that other countries are better because they supposedly ‘didn’t kill a different race or whatever’ you are wrong.
Look at every other countries history and you will find the exact thing America did. There might be the couple who didn’t have to kill off anybody, but think about it.
I’ll admit I’m wrong if someone proves it too me, but I doubt anyone will. Stop being an ignorant bastard and appreciate what your country had to do.
Oh how cute. You’re not happy with the way a Native American is celebrating the 4th of July? That’s really sad.
He’s a native of this country, so he has every right to view this holiday as he wishes. He has the right to focus on and criticize the governments that destroyed his culture and his people. He has every right to hurl as many insults as he wants. It his history and he’ll recognize it the way he wants.
So take your racist, arrogant, scumbag of a self and go tell somebody else what’s the right way of celebrating the 4th of July as a white, privileged American.