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Typical racist rhetoric:

The “oh, but you’re not like the rest of them” line.

Never forget

His fucking face in the third pic is like every white boy I’ve ever seen try to explain away his racist/sexist/homophobic comment.

When it’s actually the opposite. English settlers were the savages. Native Americans had running irrigation systems! They had beautiful and intricate cities and homes and communities. They were clean, and respectful of the environment, and even used a form of breath sweeteners! But no. You won’t learn any of that in American history classes. You won’t learn about the complete and utter genocide of a nation of people who originally inhabited this land. Nope.

Savages- lyrics

-Part 1- 
[Ratcliffe] 
What can you expect 
From filthy little heathens? 
Their whole disgusting race is like a curse 
Their skin’s a hellish red 
They’re only good when dead 
They’re vermin, as I said 
And worse 

[English Settlers] 
They’re savages! Savages! 

[Ratcliffe] 
Barely even human 

[English Settlers] 
Savages! Savages! 

[Ratcliffe] 
Drive them from our shore! 
They’re not like you and me 
Which means they must be evil 
We must sound the drums of war! 

[Ratcliffe+English Settlers] 
They’re savages! Savages! 
Dirty redskin devils! 
Now we sound the drums of war! 

[Powhatan] 
This is what we feared 
The paleface is a demon 
The only thing they feel at all is greed 

[Kekata] 
Beneath that milky hide 
There’s emptiness inside 

[Native American] 
I wonder if they even bleed 

[Native Americans] 
They’re savages! Savages! 
Barely even human 
Savages! Savages! 

[Powhatan] 
Killers at the core 

[Kekata] 
They’re different from us 
Which means they can’t be trusted 

[Powhatan] 
We must sound the drums of war 

[Native Americans] 
They’re savages! Savages! 
First we deal with this one 
Then we sound the drums of war 

[English Settlers] 
Savages! Savages! 

[Ben] 
Let’s go kill a few, men! 

[Native Americans] 
Savages! Savages! 

[Ratcliffe] 
Now it’s up to you, men! 

[All] 
Savages! Savages! 
Barely even human! 
Now we sound the drums of war! 

-Part 2- 
[Pocahontas] 
Is there nothing I can do? 
Will this really be the end? 
Is it only death that waits 
Just around the riverbend? 

[Ratcliffe] 
This will be the day … 
(Let’s go men!) 

[Powhatan] 
This will be the morning … 
(Bring out the prisoner) 

[English Settlers and Native Americans] 
We will see them dying in the dust 

[Pocahontas] 
I don’t know what I can do 
Still, I know I’ve got to try 

[English Settlers] 
Now we make ‘em pay 

[Pocahontas] 
Eagle, help my feet to fly 

[Native Americans] 
Now without a warning … 

[Pocahontas] 
Mountain, help my heart be great 

[English Settlers and Native Americans] 
Now we leave ‘em blood and bone and rust 

[Pocahontas] 
Spirits of the earth and sky … 

[English Settlers and Native Americans] 
It’s them or us 

[Pocahontas] 
Please don’t let it be to late … 

[English Settlers and Native Americans] 
They’re just a bunch of 
Filthy, stinking 

[English Settlers] 
Savages! 

[Native Americans] 
Savages! 

[English Settlers] 
Demons! 

[Native Americans] 
Devils! 

[Ratcliffe] 
Kill them! 

[Native Americans] 
Savages! 

[English Settlers] 
Savages! 

[Ratcliffe+English Settlers] 
What are we waiting for? 

[All] 
Destroy their evil race 
Until there’s not a trace left 

[Pocahontas] 
How loud are the drums of war 

[English Settlers and Native Americans] 
We will sound the drums of war 
(Savages! Savages!) 
Now, we sound the drums of war 
(Savages! Savages!) 

[Ratcliffe] 
Now we see what comes 
Of trying to be chums 

[Native Americans] 
Now we sound the drums … of … war! 

[English Settlers] 
Of course it means the drums … of … war! 

[Pocahontas] 
Is the death of all I love 
Carried in the drumming of war?

This basically says both parties had a hand in the racism

Wow. Wooooow. I really hope I misinterpreted your post. Because if it’s saying what I think it does… wow. Just when I thought people on tumblr couldn’t get any worse…

Not only did you paste way too much text onto my post with annoying formatting… you actually are using Disney lyrics as a source to express your hilariously misinformed and completely shitty opinion that Native Americans and white settlers BOTH had a hand in the racism.

Wow. I’m truly amazed rn.

Since the entire story of Pocahontas was made up by John Smith to impress his white friends, your argument is invalid abbydevil15.

"The truth of the matter is that the first time John Smith told the story about this rescue was 17 years after it happened, and it was but one of three reported by the pretentious Smith that he was saved from death by a prominent woman.

Yet in an account Smith wrote after his winter stay with Powhatan’s people, he never mentioned such an incident. In fact, the starving adventurer reported he had been kept comfortable and treated in a friendly fashion as an honored guest of Powhatan and Powhatan’s brothers. Most scholars think the “Pocahontas incident” would have been highly unlikely, especially since it was part of a longer account used as justification to wage war on Powhatan’s Nation.

Euro-Americans must ask themselves why it has been so important to elevate Smith’s fibbing to status as a national myth worthy of being recycled again by Disney. Disney even improves upon it by changing Pocahontas from a little girl into a young woman.

The true Pocahontas story has a sad ending. In 1612, at the age of 17, Pocahontas was treacherously taken prisoner by the English while she was on a social visit, and was held hostage at Jamestown for over a year.

During her captivity, a 28-year-old widower named John Rolfe took a “special interest” in the attractive young prisoner. As a condition of her release, she agreed to marry Rolfe, who the world can thank for commercializing tobacco.”

Tell me again how both parties were “savages?”

OH, and this is how the article begins:

"In 1995, Roy Disney decided to release an animated movie about a Powhatan woman known as "Pocahontas". In answer to a complaint by the Powhatan Nation, he claims the film is "responsible, accurate, and respectful."

We of the Powhatan Nation disagree. The film distorts history beyond recognition. Our offers to assist Disney with cultural and historical accuracy were rejected. Our efforts urging him to reconsider his misguided mission were spurred”

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Or How about when The Proud Family decided to visit?

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Or when those fucking kids from Recess came over to Hawaii

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Lilo was a popular little bitch.

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You forgot American Dragon: Jake Long too!

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