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Be Careful  
Floresville, TX  
August 13, 2012 4:39pm
 
It always amazing to me how folks always use the Indian as this great Mecca of forward thinking and how their lives where so much better - Their Sun God and wolf spirits are so great. Who says their culture is better than our American culture?

Apaches need to be pacified and if it was through possessions that beats war, death and destruction.

What does the word "Apache" mean- The Enemy

Apaches simply saw what they wanted and took it. They became known among the Pueblo villages by another name, Apachu, "the enemy".

The name Apache struck fear into the hearts of Pueblo tribes, and in later years the Spanish, Mexican, and Anglo-American settlers, which they raided for food, and livestock.

In other words, was there some point to the first 4 paragraphs of your article or was you using to much Peyote.
     
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