On Oct. 12, 1942, Christopher Columbus landed on an island now known as the Bahamas. As he approached the land, at that time named Guanahani, local Natives swam out to greet the stranger who was accompanied by three ships and 39 crew members. Columbus quickly identified the Arawaks as free and naïve, wreaking havoc as he went through the land in hopes of gaining wealth and fame. The sailor killed, enslaved and inflicted all types of inhumane misery upon those who welcomed him so freely. In modern times, he would be considered a thug who used genocide to create a new world.
Although many Americans welcome a day free from traditional labor, Columbus was not a hero by far. Instead, he was a genocidal maniac who annihilated anyone that conflicted with his self-serving motives. Reportedly, between … click HERE to continue reading