18 April 2009

They were right all along

The irony of American history is that in the end it could well be that the Native-Americans were right all along. Europe's industrial might well have overwhelmed the Native-American's political order, especially considering the possibility that those societies had already gone into steep decline centuries before the Europeans arrived on the continent but the values the Europeans had imported with them would eventually result in American catastrophe and collapse because America was not in harmony with the natural order and because America's leadership class did not recognize the responsibilities of stewardship.

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