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horatiokim Post time: 2018-8-2 03:48
Obviously, something's NOT right in here, as you have stated, something is not right.
Here's the truth story; some five hundred years ago, there were an estimated 5 to 6 million indigenous natives in jolly old USA alone. Today, there is a little over 2 millions left.
On the other hand, about 200 years ago, around 3 million Germans came to USA, and today there are around 65 millions. About 150 years ago, around 2 million Irish came to USA, and today there are around 40 millions.
For instance, in the state of California alomne, there were arounf half a million Native Americans reside, before Spanish came. Then their population went down to half of that when Spanish put them in Rancheria/Ranches and claimed the land for the king of Spain and fot theirselves, as they have done so with South America, Central America and all the way to Mexico.
Then Anglo Americans came and took over California, and Native population went down again from 200,000 to 22,000.
That's the true story, my friend.
That's what you wrote it in 'shrinking uncle Sam', Mr Kim,
You may have missed the fact that Spaniard had also colonized much of Central/ South America, with the exception of Brazil , which was colonized by Portuguese, and Argentina, which was colonized by Italian.
Spaniard also colonized American South-West, stretching from from California to Texas, and those in-between. Thank you very much.