Exposé: America’s “White History” Mexico.

By George F. Sanders, with Robert Miranda and Edward McDonald

“…white people don’t know who they are or where they come from…and that’s why you think I’m a problem…But I am not the problem …your history is …and long as you pretend you don’t know your history you are going to be prisoner of it and there no question of you liberating me …you cannot liberate yourselves.” James Baldwin https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CTjY4rZFY5c

Baldwin’s scenario currently reflects how Mexico has become an American scapegoat resulting from historical inaccuracies that emulate from the British owned Colonial sufferings worked by white slaves for almost 300 years.

Yet, America’s tendency to distort history takes front stage as illustrated by the 2015 presidential candidates who have politicized the discussing of immigration, and the “Wall,” save one candidate, whose Adolph Hitler-like approach, wants to build it larger.

The candidates, the descendants of American colonists and immigrants, arguing about borders and walls to keep out Mexicans, are really campaigning to maintain slave-like Mexican labor to harvest American veggies and cabbages.

The Wall idea is akin to an 1890 USA idea of “separate, but equal,” (later proved illegal) regarding schools and Black people. This time, a Wall, will maintain separation and keep out Mexicans.

It is now easier for a white European to cross the 3,700-mile Atlantic ocean, take a hike in New York’s Central Park, then for a Mexican to get to the USA. That is, unless the Mexican does slave labor picking American veggies, makes slave-wages as a house servant or being an illegal drug-peddler combined with local help somewhere to sell in the US. Thus, a textbook sampling about creating and blaming the victim almost simultaneously for the benefit and preservation of all-white ideas.

Mexico’s Aztec/Native American history goes back as far as 13,000 years ago, with a complex indigenous civilization, long before Spanish 16th century colonization of territories stretching as far north as Montana and all of the southwest.

Mexico is larger than most European states, yet perceived as a 3rd world country by white ex-slave descendants who were sold and shipped to Colonial America for labor during the 15th and 16th century.

History ought not to forget Vicente Guerrero, Mexico’s First Black Indian President, who was Mexico’s version of Abraham Lincoln. In 1829, Guerrero issued Mexico’s own slavery abolition decree (which led a few years later to Texas slave holders taking Texas out of Mexico) Are they still mad about this act of humanity and the intrusion on the socioeconomic disadvantage being created in Texas and other parts?

Mexico victimization increased after the Civil War, which allowed uncontrolled white expansion into western United States, along with the mythical 1845 application of application of “Manifest Destiny,” an atrocious lying, near insane interpretation that whites, were destined by “God,” to go west and do what they want, thus exacerbating the theft of Mexico.

Whites have lied about America, Columbus, Jamestown, Founders and the Constitution as if the events occurred within a month or two!

Jamestown became a colony in 1607, 115 years after Columbus, who in 1492, lands in the Bahamas, a thousand miles away! There he helped slaughter the Awawak Indian population, which had lived in the region for thousands of years. The Constitution, drafted in 1789, occurred almost 300 years after Columbus’ landing and over 180 years after the Jamestown Colony.

During the early 16th century, the elite Georgian England British war victories over Ireland and Scotland resulted in the slavery of thousands of white Irish and Scottish slaves, many shipped to the Colonies. Later, the British forcibly took over 100,000 Irish children from their parents and then sold as slaves, the ancestors of millions of whites now living in the United States.

Thus, white slaves, indentured servants, prostitutes and other impoverished masses brought to the colonies chickenpox, cholera, diphtheria, influenza, measles, scarlet fever, typhoid, typhus, whooping cough, tuberculosis, typhus, sexually transmitted diseases, and the Plague.

One of the results of Herman Cortes’ invasion of Mexico and its 25 million people was its reduction to 3 million because of infectious disease.

Diseases also affected strained relationships with the Native American Powhatan Confederacy who helped the settlers survive the first years of settlement. They believed that the Indians should have willingly given them food.

Instead, the Indians demanded supplies in exchange for food.
In desperation, the settlers started stealing food that was heightened tensions even more when the colonists allowed their livestock to wander into Indian farmlands. The colonists soon even started threatening the Indian tribes with their superior weapons.

Relationships soured and with British help, the Colonists defeated the tribe and required them to make yearly tribute payments to the English who confined them to reservations.

In 1676, a white-black armed rebellion, led by Nathaniel Bacon, burned down Jamestown, because of the British backed governor’s failure to address a variety of the demands of the colonists regarding their status and safety.

Later, after putting the Rebellion down, British helped hasten the hardening of racial lines associated with slavery, as a way for planters and the colony to control the poor.

The Colonial population, between the 15th and 18th century, was comprised of whites, male, female and children. The Colony’s economy, with the advent of Black Chattel Slavery, jumpstarted the Industrial Revolution and its rich economics that benefited millions of the ancestors of the current USA’s Caucasian population.

Today’s whites, while seemingly impervious about the colonial savagery heaped on them, need to be reminded of the rape perpetrated on Mexico, as well as upon other people of color.

Whites need reminding of their history, one characterized by creating and blaming victims, which generate selfish perceptions of wanting to have their cake and eat it too. In spite of what often appears to be, that is not going to happen.

All Americans need to be proud and respectful of both their Mexican and Native American heritages for no one can deny their being the country’s legitimate anchored bedrocks to any of its history, which predate European settlements by hundreds of years.

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