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

  • June 26, 2020 at 5:40 am

    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…..

  • October 20, 2019 at 11:01 am

    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.

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