18 thoughts on “Are There Indians in Cuba or Were They All Killed? (Video with Eng. subtitles)

  • Doing my family research i found out my grandpa Was documented leaving florida on a ship called California n arrived in new york new york.same birth date n death date…but also listed as Born havana cuba and west indies (native american.which surprised me..we didnt know who we really are…..

  • Exactly. The problem is that while Eurocentrics value a clear distinction between ethnicities in Europe (they would never consider Russians, Norwegians, and Spaniards to be the same), they have no regard for richly melaninated people’s histories.

    The Taíno were called savages and cannibals in order to justify genocide and conversion to Christianity, when Europeans were really only interested in sucking the riches from indigenous lands. Taíno history was then labeled extinct so that greedy gold-fevered colonizing Europeans could absolve themselves of guilt because supposedly there were no descendants left to remind them of their crimes. Eurocentrists like to revise everyone elses history to make themselves appear supperior; which only reinforces their obvious insecurities.

    Everyone should read Machael Bradley’s “The Iceman Inheritance: Prehistoric Sources of Western Man’s Racism, Sexism and Agression” to understand where this insanity comes from.

  • That’s where you are wrong, Carlos Maglheas.

    Asiatic/Mongoloid Native Americans crossed the ice land bridge into North America from the Altai Mountains of Siberia about 15 thousand years ago. They may be native but are not aboriginal to North America.

    The Island Arawak (or Taíno) are a distinct group from North American Mongoloid Native Americans, so of course they would not appear Asiatic.

    The Taíno originated along the northern coast of South America. They came up through the Antilles in two different waves and settled predominantly the Greater Antilles (Cuba, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Hispaniola), southern Florida, and a few places in the Lesser Antilles. Caribs were also present in the Greater Antilles. Full blooded Taíno no longer exist. They mixed in primarily with African and European inhabitants in the Caribbean, which is why people from the Caribbean have such varied looks in features.

    Please do your homework before spouting off nonsense based on your Eurocentric pseudoscience about what a Taíno descendant’s should look like. Lots of North America (esp. Whites) like to claim to be descendants of a Cherokee princesses; except the on thing their DNA test show is African ancestry.

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