Can't Be Justified With Native Migration
Native folks have been crossing the frozen Bering
Straits ice on foot or the open water by boats, for a long time and
still do or can still do it today. That also proves that people could
have traveled anywhere in this world and thus in all probability did so.
The best evidence for how we got here is ourselves, our own oral
tradition, or other sources available to us.
That Indians migrate and move about does not justify
nor explain the invasion of the Americas by fierce liars who use the lie
as the means of conquest, that and targeted diseases, that
coincidentally, they say, seemed to kill a lot of Natives. Divide and
conquer warfare and slavery finished the job, but these relied heavily
upon misdirection and lies, such that some Indians sold into slavery
came out the other end "African".
Our job is to unravel the lies and reveal the liberating truth that does
not harm the victimizer, but forces him to correct himself, a benefit to
By the way, while I was
visiting in Hawaii, I saw the 63' Hokuleia and the 42'
that had sailed across from Haida lands in Washington or British
Colombia to Oahu, Hawaii. Thus, they may have made deep-water voyages at
all times in the past, and unlike Columbus were expert navigators who
always knew where they were. Also, it is said that Portuguese or Spanish
fishermen were fishing off the Grand Banks, off the east Atlantic coast
of North America, long before 1492, the year the Muslims and Jews were
expelled from Spain and Columbus allegedly discovered America.