4 September, 2015

The Truth About the “Noble Savages”

Posted by Socrates in 'Indians', 'Native Americans', historical factualism, history, History for newbies, Socrates at 3:29 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: a White man killed by Cheyenne Indians in 1868)

A poster at VNN mentioned this book, so I’ll highlight it again. Contrast the book to Hollywood movies such as “Dances With Wolves.” (Not mentioned in this article is how the Indians would often stake a captive White man to the ground, in a spread-Eagle or “X” position, and light a fire under him, slowly burning him to death).


  • 9 Responses to “The Truth About the “Noble Savages””

    1. fd Says:

      A race war between Whites and Indians lasted from the 1600s to the 1800s. The Indians were defeated.

      Read the words of Super Racist:

      PRESIDENT MARIBEAU B. LAMAR (1838 — 1841)

      1839-1840 Vol.1

      President Maribeau Lamar’s Annual Message to Congress Page 15

      “…The white man and the red man cannot dwell in harmony together. Nature forbids it. They are separated by the strongest possible antipathies, by color, by habits, by modes of thinking, and indeed by all the causes which engender hatred, and engender strife, the inevitable consequences of juxtaposition. Knowing these things, I experience no difficulty in deciding on the proper policy to be pursued toward them. It is to push a vigorous war against them; pursuing them to their hiding places without mitigation or compassion, until they shall be made to feel that flight from our borders without the hope of return, is preferable to the scourges of war.”

      President Maribeau Lamar’s Inaugural Address to Congress
      The Papers of Mirabeau Buonaparte Lamar

      “…an extermination war upon their warriors; which will admit of no compromise and have no termination except in their total extinction or total expulsion.”


    2. Tim McGreen Says:

      The spoiled, immature liberals of today have the luxury of condemning the actions of Whites fighting the Red Man on the Frontier in the 1800s. If they lived in that time and place they would either fight the Injuns too or wind up crucified and set on fire. Which is really what they deserve.

    3. Antagonistes Says:

      I agree with the “Tim McGreen” entity.

      Just reading a book called The Frontiersman was enough for me. I would have shot those red niggers on sight.

      Their cruelty was unbelievable.

    4. fd Says:

      Apaches were formidable warriors. They had the ability to travel 30 miles on foot and 60 miles on horse-back in a day. Using smoke signals, Apaches transferred information from Arizona to Texas from daylight to dusk. They rarely allowed themselves to be seen in combat. The majority of their raids were against Mexican authorities.

    5. Maynard Says:

      Scalp Dance: Indian Warfare on the High Plains, 1865-1879 by Thomas Goodrich. A good book about the true “noble savage”.

    6. Howdy Doody Says:


      Video at link.

      Updated: 09/05/2015 5:21 PM | Created: 09/05/2015 1:05 PM
      By: Stephen Montoya, KOB.com
      Albuquerque Firefighters came to the rescue of a woman being chased by a man attempting to rape her, Thursday night.
      According to a Criminal Complaint filed in district court, Stewart Johnson,41, met the victim at a park when he made repeated sexual advances.
      As the woman tried to flee from Johnson, he allegedly grabbed her and threw her to the ground and straddled her.
      She ran to AFD station 4 on McKnight where the assault continued until firefighters came outside and subdued Johnson until police arrived.
      Johnson was booked into MDC on charges of kidnapping, aggravated battery with great bodily harm, and assault with intent to commit a violent felony.
      The victim was transported to UNMH where it was found she had a fractured hand.

    7. Antagonistes Says:

      “Apaches were formidable warriors.”

      Yes, they were.

      But look at those mufuggas today—-a bunch of fat drunks.

    8. fd Says:

      This is true Ant. After being conquered and placed on a reservation like livestock, they settled into grazing all day and collecting a monthly federal paycheck. Maybe I could masquerade as an Indian and get a check too :)

    9. Tim McGreen Says:

      “The Red Injun, like the Negro, cannot be domesticated, he cannot be made to conform to the White man’s culture and expectations.”

      – Vice President Joe Biden