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“bering strait migration lie” January 09, 2006 10:57 AM

  View from the Red Road
Why the white man’s “bering strait migration lie” (to deny and dehumanize Indigneous Red “Indian” Nations and Peoples of Great Turtle Island [misnomer “western hemisphere”]) cannot even qualify as a “theory”


Not long ago, one lone “anthro/archie” wrote a crazy tale (called the “b.s. lie”, misnomer “bering strait theory”) which fit perfectly into the Americans “denial” of the “American Holocaust” - the genocide against 100 million Red People wiped off the face of the earth by early pilgrims/Americans during the 513 years post columbus.
Little did the misguided “anthro/archie” know, his now infamous “b.s. lie” would cross the consciousness of virtually every little “public school kid” in America - and continue to perpetuate stereotypes and racism against Indigenous Peoples and their beautiful Way of Life.
This one ignorant white guy’s “b.s. lie” misstated that the Red People were not from Great Turtle Island, but were also quite conveniently “foreigners”, just like the “first boat people” (the white man) and the “first and only illegal aliens” (white people again). In other words the Indigenous Red Man does not exist - he is “yellow” from Asia/Mongolia/Siberia! So much for the four colors of humankind - its just “musical chairs”, man!
However, before the white people get all excited and actually try to make themselves further believe such foolishness, let us help to “set the white man free” from his inherent ignorance and misguided “teachings” (remember they thought the world was flat just 513 years ago!).
At the time their alleged “b.s lie” was to have taken place, an “ice bridge” stretched from what is now “Alaska” and “Siberia” - 3000 miles long and 2000 miles wide (oh yeah, 4 miles thick!). A great description of this can be found in the book “Red Earth, White Lies” by the late great Indigenous author and historian, Vine Deloria, Jr.
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continued January 09, 2006 10:58 AM

According to the “b.s. lie”, the highest temperature at this time was 100 degrees Fahrenheit below zero. So those Asians-Turned-Indians allegedly traveled 3,000 miles from food and water, without any food or water, without ever even having to ask themselves “why?” They must not have been too bright! They sound like “inferior human begins” to me! Remember the old school book pictures of the “cavemen” coming down into “America” following the “arrows” into north, central, then south “America?!” Oh yes, and dragging their captured female wives by the hair behind them whilst carrying an oversized (and knotty) baseball bat.
Accordance with the “b.s. lie”, they “Asian/cavemen/Indians” first would have had to have traveled a couple thousand miles just to get to the “Bering Strait” and then over three thousand miles across it – only to find themselves at this end of the “ice bridge.” The from this site (near present day “Nome, Alaska”) down into “America.”
In short, they have them starting out thousands of miles from Anadyr, and without any knowledge of what's to be found anywhere, Red (oops, yellow) ancestors hauled into northeastern Siberia (which is still mostly uninhabited) all the way out on some peninsula North of the Gulf of Anadyr, across the “ice bridge” to Nome, and then we spread out from there – until saved by the white man (who then instructed them as to from where they came). Remember George Carlin said that if humans “came from monkeys”, why do we “still have monkeys?!”

(See “Fact and Fiction” at www.canunpa.org)

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more of the story January 09, 2006 10:59 AM

In the mid 1990’s “DNA tests” were concluded that the “yellow man” (Siberia/Mongolia/Asia) had totally different DNA than Indigenous Red People of Great Turtle Island! Is it time to change the “u.s. history books?” Although when Saddam Hussein was ousted by u.s. troops, the u.s. immediately spent over $30 million dollars to rewrite “Hussein’s name” out of them and put in “Bush’s” instead, Iraq is not directly related to the Wyoming coal and Black Hills gold and other stolen property of Red People that must be “covered up.”

Let's review. An ice bridge 3,000 miles long, 2,000 miles wide, and 4 miles deep. Unless the “yellow-to-red” folks had a good ice drill that dug down 4 miles, they probably didn't do much “ice fishin!”
At a brisk pace, you can cover 3,000 miles in a few months as long as you're not guided by “Moses” (it took those folks 40 years to travel a few hundred miles from Cairo to Jerusalem in “Exodus”, if you recall [that’s in the Arab People’s religion called “judaism/christianity” that is now practiced primarily by “white people/jewish converts from europe” – another very strange story in itself]).
Unfortunately, a human being will starve to death after a few weeks without food and water – and probably quicker in one hundred degrees below zero weather!
Now for all you “fisherman” or “fish people” out there, with 1,000 miles to any fishing grounds either way, I don't suppose there would have been too much grazing “wildlife” along the way, either, unless maybe “Santa's herd of reindeer” was feasting on “iceberg lettuce” on that alleged “ice bridge.” We must assume that the “Asi-Indians” were traveling along the “center” of this ice bridge, as they wouldn't wanna slide off into the cold water and all that.
Then, Caleb Vance Haynes – a u.s. military man (ah HA! – this explains the genocide part!) and other “anthro/archies”, trying to “sharpen their clovis points”, decided after a little scrutiny that “oh yeah”, there was a “green channel” running through periodically.
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and more January 09, 2006 11:00 AM

How convenient, that explains the four-mile-strip of iceberg lettuce growing along the way so fortunately for the migrating herds of man and animal.
We believe further portrayal of this nonsense should appear on the “Sci-Fi channel” instead of the “Discovery”, the “PBS” or “History” channel (of course, however, the PBS is where the big “b.s.-er” what’s-his-name has all his specials degrading Indigenous Peoples at every frame). Oh wait – “Comedy Central”!!
Think about it. There you are, minding your business, living peacefully and comfortably in a circle around a nice campfire with your children and grandchildren (as all humans did 10,000 years ago before the “invention” of “domesticated animals, money, and the three ‘G’s’ – gold, god, and greed”), when all at once someone says, “Hey, I know…let’s pack up and move over the “ice bridge” – I hear the grass is greener on the other side!”
Thousands of miles North into Siberia where the winters are three times longer than here. Then, once we get up there, we'll walk over 3,000 miles of ice, then down into “America” and paint our bodies “red” (remember if the blacks can change into yellow and white, certainly we can change from yellow to red!).
“What's on the other side of that ice?” you ask?
“Well, I dunno but I'm dyin' to find out!”
“Who knows, there might just be another stretch of land over there that looks just like Siberia!” But hey, in a few thousand years we might be able to travel south from Nome all the way to “Hollywood” and get a role as a Red Person in the movie “Wind Talkers” – let’s go for it!”


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“Bering Strait Theory” again disproven January 09, 2006 11:01 AM


If humans first populated North America via the Bering land bridge 10,000 years ago, how did human bones and artifacts get buried under a 60,000-year-old alluvial fan in California? Dogma demands that such finds be discredited.
Thus, "Pleistocene Man at San Diego," the Calaveras Skull, and dozens of other archeological anomalies have been dismissed as the hoaxes and misidentifications of nonprofessionals. The latest hint of truly ancient man in America came after heavy rains in 1976 cut through 21 meters of deposits at Yuha Pinto Wash, just north of the Mexican border in California.
The artifacts, still firmly in place, and associated bones are undeniably human. The overlying sediments are dated at more than 60,000 years old.
(Childers, W. Morlin, and Minshall, Herbert L.; "Evidence of Early Man Exposed at Yuha Pinto Wash," American Antiquity, 45:297, 1980.)
Reference. More evidence against the “Bering land bridge hypothesis” may be found in “Ancient Man” and “Red Earth, White Lies.”
See www.1851Treaty.com for more Indigenous information and www.canunpa.org for “Facts & Fiction” regarding stereotypes and racism against Indigenous Red Peoples.
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Nice!! January 09, 2006 12:37 PM

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 January 09, 2006 3:44 PM

Thanks Joelle.  I always cringe when people (usually white) bring up the Bering Strait theory. 

Tasha
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 January 09, 2006 5:48 PM

I got this in one of my yahoo groups a couple months back....have no idea who the author is, but thought it was great!

Anyway, here's my history lesson for the day.  It has a few typos in it but I'm sure you can get it anyway.


      Well, there's always the oral histories of several nations
about traveling across and back.
      I really question where those oral histories originate.
      When the anthros and archies would like for it to have
happened, the ice bridge was 3000 miles long, about 2000 miles wide
and 4 miles thick. The highest ambient temperature was 100 BELOW zero
(F).
      So those folks traveled 3,000 miles without any food or did
they carry MREs?  And again we're left with the question WHY?  I
mean, first they traveled like a couple of thousand miles just to get
to the Bering Strait and then 3,000 miles across it, and then they
were only at this end of the Bering Strait, yanno, in Nome, AK. Keep
in mind too that they're really trying to link us to the ancestors of
the Japanese or the indigenous people of Japan (I'm not quite sure
how exactly the relationship between those original people and the
modern Japanese folks there is worked out), so in essence they have
us start out on an island thousands of miles from Anadyr, and without
any knowledge of what's to be found anywhere, our ancestors first
traveled to the Asian mainland for no apparent reason, then they
hauled into Northeastern Siberia (which is still mostly uninhabited)
all the way out on some peninsula North of the Gulf of Anadyr, across
the Strait to Alaska, and then we spread out from there all the way
to Cape Horne.  Likely story.

      Let's see, 3,000 miles long and 2,000 miles wide, so unless the
folks had a good ice drill that digs down 4 miles, they probably
didn't do much fishing.  At a brisk pace, you can cover 3,000 miles
in a few months as long as you're not guided by Moses (it took those
folks 40 years to travel a few hundred miles from Cairo to Jerusalem
in Exodus, if you recall) but, unfortunately, you starve to death
after something like 50 days of no food, and that temperature must
have been something else too.  100 below, eh?  Now, with 1,000 miles
to any fishing grounds either way, I don't suppose there would have
been too much wildlife along the way unless maybe Santa's herd of
reindeer was feasting on iceberg lettuce on that ice bridge.  I'm
assuming here that they'd be traveling along the center of this ice
bridge, wouldn't wanna slide off into the cold water and all that.
      Then, Vance Haynes, trying to bolster his clovis point, decided
there was a "green channel" running through.
      That must have been that convenient strip of iceberg lettuce
growing on 4 miles of ice along the way.

      Needs to be moved from the Discovery Channel to the SciFi
Channel.


      Or Comedy Central.  Think about it.  There you are, minding
your own business on that island that's known today as Japan, and
here comes Mikki-san or whoever and says:  "Hey, I got this idea.
Let's all pack up, take some boats to the mainland, and then just
wander on up North into Siberia where the winters are 3 times as long
as here.  Once we get there, we'll walk over a 3,000 mile ice bridge."
      "What's on the other side of that ice bridge," you ask.
      "Well, I dunno but I'm dyin' to find out.  Who knows, there
might just be another stretch of land over there that looks just like
Siberia.  But hey, in a few thousand years we might be able to travel
South from Nome all the way to Hollywood and get a role in the movie
Wind Talkers."

      So naturally, you pack up and .............
       ...............take old Mikki-san right over to the nearest
insane asylum, right?

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      and if you talk to a geologist...hey these ice sheets were
miles thick... now they extended to the coast... there are ancient
beaches cut into the mountains to show the melting of the ice
sheet.... now what grows in pure ice and snow....they had to have
those prehistoric MRE's.
      Well, yeah, but at least they had plenty of water, even nice
cold water after they heated it up.  Then again, maybe they found
some iceberg lettuce somewhere along the way, maybe even some icicle
radishes too.  Can't you just picture our ancestors drudging along
there on that 2K by 3K miles pack of ice with one of Reagan's
ancestors hopping along and chirping every so often that recovery is
right around the corner -- except, of course, there ain't any corners
on a bridge, come to think of it.  I wonder if they stopped and
carved some statues along the way, you know,  ice statues, to
decorate that bridge like they do those bridges in Europe.  Maybe on
weekends they stopped walking and did some fancy ice skating
instead.  An ice dancing competition between the Inuits, the
Tlingits, and the Haidas.  The older folks could entertain themselves
with ice curling competitions.  The possibilities are endless, I'm
tellin' you!.

     

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cont'd January 09, 2006 5:49 PM

Of course, that particular time frame is well AFTER the dating
of some Cherokee artifacts in the US, so it's probably a good thing
the Tsalagi had enough foresight to send their artifacts well ahead
of their trip across that ice bridge so they'd have the stuff here
when they arrive.  In fact, I think they sent the stuff about 10,000
years or so ahead of their supposed move to America.  This in itself
gives new meaning to the old saw about how can through rain, snow,
storm, and hail always depend on the US mail.

      It seems the folks in South America even sent their stuff 25K
to 30K years ahead of that Bering strait migration.  Of course, with
nobody inhabiting the Americas during that time, at least they didn't
have to worry about their stuff getting stolen.  This in itself
already proves, though, that no white folks could have been here
ahead of us or they'd made off with our stuff long before we got here
to retrieve it.

      Actually, it's my theory that human life evolved here in the
Americas in the first place.  Then some of our sailors got lost and
populated the rest of the world.
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 January 10, 2006 5:47 AM

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 January 10, 2006 10:07 AM

       


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Hahahaha January 10, 2006 10:49 AM

Of course, that particular time frame is well AFTER the dating
of some Cherokee artifacts in the US, so it's probably a good thing
the Tsalagi had enough foresight to send their artifacts well ahead
of their trip across that ice bridge so they'd have the stuff here
when they arrive.
 

Hahahahahahaha

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