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The extermination of the American Buffalo was part of a deliberate and diabolical plot by the allegedly well-educated, rich and influential people who owned the easily subverted and compromised politicians who always seem to end up running the United States Government - even to this day. The plan was to rid the Great Plains of the American Indian population once and for all. There were government initiatives, at both the local and federal level, to starve the population of the Plains Indians by simply eliminating their main food source: The buffalo! These herds of buffalo were the basis of the survival of the Plains tribes. Without the buffalo to feed and clothe them, the Indians would be forced to relocate or starve to death.  Read more about this tragic miscarriage of common decency here.
.... This is a fine example of American business in cahoots with political interests 'running roughshod' over the culture and history of an indigenous people in the name of power and profit. All of it being done for the apparently glorious advancement of white European civilization in general and 'For the Greater Good' of the most people ... Sort of similar to systematically applied forms of ethnic cleansing, eh?
Poison gas, radiation, chemicals, virulent GMO'd viruses and drug-resistant pathogens, free smallpox laced blankets, nuclear waste, radioactive bombs and bullets and secret interrogation/death camps are yet more creative high-tech ways of cleansing the local real estate of those human beings deemed inconvenient, unworthy, ignorant or just plain troublesome to the powers that be, wouldn't you say?
What kind of species are we to allow such insanity? ....



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