Re: Theos-World Lidofsky: A teacher compares George to Adolf
Mar 05, 2006 12:14 PM
I thought you were disputing Hitler's admiration for America's
treatment of the American Indian. The documentation for that is in
the book I reference.
I'll look for an article published around 2003 acknowledging that
the U.S. Army infected blankets with smallpox before giving them to
the Cherokee, who had been rounded up at gunpoint in the middle of
the winter. It made news in the Native American community at the
time I worked in Native American Studies at a state university. The
acknowledgement was not widely published in the predominantly White
I'll look up the Native American biologist, an old friend of mine,
and get the reference for you. We laughed heartily because the
chair of the Anthroplogy department at the university denied that
smallpox could be transmitted by blankets. He liked to think that
the rumors about the smallpox-infected blankets were a scientific
impossibility. Of course, he didn't know much about biology
Thanks for clarifying the documentation you desired. I hope
Hitler's second book was informative.
--- In email@example.com, Bart Lidofsky <bartl@...> wrote:
> krsanna wrote:
> > The behavior questioned in the Cobell case is mild compared to
> > instances of genocide under the guidance of Andrew Jackson. You
> > didn't ask me about what Andrew Jackson did, but you could start
> > with Supreme Court rulings in the early 19th century which
> > the land grab that Jackson orchestrated illegal. Jackson had
> > army and conducted blatant genocide to accomplish his desires,
> > knowing full well the illegality of his actions. Things got
> > for Indians from that time.
> Still just accusations, with no documentation. I was not
> grabs; I was disputing disease warfare.
> > 2. Of course I looked to find Theosophical work in the Civil
> > Movement. I didn't have to look far to find Gandhi's
> > India's independence and Nehru's assistance to Tibet.
> Then, of course, you are aware of Annie Besant's personal
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