Ward Churchill speaks at Southwest Minnesota State University
"This land here, they call it the Upper Sioux and the Lower Sioux and even Fort Snelling," Churchill said. "This is ALL Sioux land, and I’m just explaining to you how it became otherwise. There was scalp-bountying. There was mass slaughter. Point for point, it is the same as the Nazi (genocide) against the Jews ..."
The only thing that was different was the machinery, yet while Nazis used factories and death camps, Americans had a similar mechanized and institutional approach to killing Indians — with just earlier technology, he said.
Same old, same old, you say. Well, sure, but you have to love the pic that accompanies the article: