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Re: Theos-World A teacher compares George to Adolf

Mar 04, 2006 08:14 PM
by Bart Lidofsky

krsanna wrote:
Amen! Americans rarely acknowledge that America was Hitler's inspiration for confining and eliminating inferior races, and that he wrote about how well America had handled American Indians by isolating them on "federal reservations," that were often as cruel as Hitler's concentration camps.
	Can you give ONE example of this?

> American President Andrew Jackson
pioneered biological warfare by infecting blankets with smallpox, rounding up Indian children, women and men at gunpoint in the middle of the winter and giving them the smallpox infected blankets.
The French pioneered it during the French and Indian war. Please give documentation that Andrew Jackson even used it.

American Indians do not have immunity to childhood diseases common in Europe, i.e., measles and smallpox. This lack of immunity is part of American Indian genetics and America's government used it to exterminate the Indians who had legal claims to their homelands.
	Can you document this, or are you making this up, as well?

inferiors was still practiced in America during World War II. One of the first things I noticed about theosophical hypocracies was that I have never once seen a single comment in theosophical literature about the Civil Rights Movement that Rosa Parks began in 1954 when she refused to give up her seat to a White man.
	Have you looked?

Why didn't an organization dedicated to brotherhood get out on the line and march with Rosa Parks? Why didn't Theosophists write about the Civil Rights Movement to integrate America's schools, businesses, and churches the way Gandhi worked to liberate India?
Because the Theosophical Society itself is enjoined from getting involved in politics, although individual members are encouraged to do so.


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