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Lost Sheep McUinnean 05-23-2011 10:00 AM

20 Reasons God Hates Injuns
 
Interesting read and more proof, even if from modern liberal linguists, that what we knew all along about the injuns was true. After all God gave America to people with higher intelligence to be able to make it bear fruit and be productive which is why he cleared out the tipi squatter camps that had dwelt therein to date.

Here's more proof of just how dumb injuns really are. They can't help it. They were made that way it seems.

They have no understanding of 'time'. From the BBC:

BBC News - INDIANS AS THICK AS PORKMINCE TREACLE, study says

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An Amazonian tribe has no abstract concept of time, say researchers.
The Amondawa lacks the linguistic structures that relate time and space - as in our idea of, for example, "working through the night".
The study, in Language and Cognition, shows that while the Amondawa recognise events occuring in time, it does not exist as a separate concept.
The idea is a controversial one, and further study will bear out if it is also true among other Amazon languages.
The Amondawa were first contacted by the outside world in 1986, and now researchers from the University of Portsmouth and the Federal University of Rondonia in Brazil have begun to analyse the idea of time as it appears in Amondawa language.
"We're really not saying these are a 'people without time' or 'outside time'," said Chris Sinha, a professor of psychology of language at the University of Portsmouth.
"Amondawa people, like any other people, can talk about events and sequences of events," he told BBC News.
"What we don't find is a notion of time as being independent of the events which are occuring; they don't have a notion of time which is something the events occur in."
The Amondawa language has no word for "time", or indeed of time periods such as "month" or "year".
The people do not refer to their ages, but rather assume different names in different stages of their lives or as they achieve different status within the community.
But perhaps most surprising is the team's suggestion that there is no "mapping" between concepts of time passage and movement through space.
Ideas such as an event having "passed" or being "well ahead" of another are familiar from many languages, forming the basis of what is known as the "mapping hypothesis".
http://news.bbcimg.co.uk/media/image...8_52838319.jpg The Amondawa have no words for time periods such as "month" or "year"
But in Amondawa, no such constructs exist.
"None of this implies that such mappings are beyond the cognitive capacities of the people," Professor Sinha explained. "It's just that it doesn't happen in everyday life."
When the Amondawa learn Portuguese - which is happening more all the time - they have no problem acquiring and using these mappings from the language.
The team hypothesises that the lack of the time concept arises from the lack of "time technology" - a calendar system or clocks - and that this in turn may be related to the fact that, like many tribes, their number system is limited in detail.
Absolute terms These arguments do not convince Pierre Pica, a theoretical linguist at France's National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS), who focuses on a related Amazonian language known as Mundurucu.
"To link number, time, tense, mood and space by a single causal relationship seems to me hopeless, based on the linguistic diversity that I know of," he told BBC News.
Dr Pica said the study "shows very interesting data" but argues quite simply that failing to show the space/time mapping does not refute the "mapping hypothesis".
Small societies like the Amondawa tend to use absolute terms for normal, spatial relations - for example, referring to a particular river location that everyone in the culture will know intimately rather than using generic words for river or riverbank.
These, Dr Pica argued, do not readily lend themselves to being co-opted in the description of time.
"When you have an absolute vocabulary - 'at the water', 'upstream', 'downstream' and so on, you just cannot use it for other domains, you cannot use the mapping hypothesis in this way," he said.
In other words, while the Amondawa may perceive themselves moving through time and spatial arrangements of events in time, the language may not necessarily reflect it in an obvious way.
What may resolve the conflict is further study, Professor Sinha said.
"We'd like to go back and simply verify it again before the language disappears - before the majority of the population have been brought up knowing about calendar systems."
AND THEY CAN'T COUNT TO 3!!!
:fear2:
BBC NEWS | Americas | Brazil tribe just can't count, seriously


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When it comes to counting, a remote Amazonian tribespeople have been found to be lost for words. Researchers discovered the Piraha tribe of Brazil, with a population of 200, have no words beyond one, two and many.
The word for "one" can also mean "a few", while "two" can also be used to refer to "not many".
Peter Gordon of Columbia University in New York said their skill levels were similar to those of pre-linguistic infants, monkeys, birds and rodents.
He reported in the journal Science that he set the tribe simple numerical matching challenges, and they clearly understood what was asked of them.
"In all of these matching experiments, participants responded with relatively good accuracy with up to two or three items, but performance deteriorated considerably beyond that up to eight to 10 items," he wrote.
Language theory
Dr Gordon added that not only could they not count, they also could not draw.
"Producing simple straight lines was accomplished only with great effort and concentration, accompanied by heavy sighs and groans."
The tiny tribe live in groups of 10 to 20 along the banks of the Maici River in the Lowland Amazon region of Brazil.
Dr Gordon said they live a hunter-gatherer existence and reject any assimilation into mainstream Brazilian culture.
He added that the tribe use the same pronoun for "he" and "they" and standard quantifiers such as "more", "several" and "all" do not exist in their language.
"The results of these studies show that the Piraha's impoverished counting system truly limits their ability to enumerate exact quantities when set sizes exceed two or three items," he wrote.
"For tasks that required cognitive processing, performance deteriorated even on set sizes smaller than three."
The findings lend support to a theory that language can affect thinking.
Linguist Benjamin Lee Whorf suggested in the 1930s that language could determine the nature and content of thought.
Proof? Enough for me.:thumbsup:

James Hutchins 05-23-2011 04:55 PM

Re: 20 Reasons God Hates Injuns
 
I will never hire an injun. Thet are drunk 23 hours a day. The other hour they are selling trickets on the side of the highway. They never bathe and cry when they see garbage. How can you have faith in a heathen race that lives in a tent and prays to false Gods?

Frederick Bloomers 05-23-2011 06:06 PM

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The worst thing about those Injuns is their religion. Apparently most Injuns are Hindoo, a religion which worships multiple gods, none of whom are the Lord, some of whom are elephants, and worships idols. Most of the rest are Muzlums, and we all know that is the worst religion of them all, worshipping a false god like Allah and following the teachings of prophets like Ibrihim. :thumbdown:

Old Man Hatchet 05-23-2011 07:47 PM

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Many believe that Indians have been treated unfairly over the past several hundred years and deserve reparations. That's a bunch of Sitting Bull. Indians have long benefited from the white man. First they got a svelte and attractive new population figure due to genocide and contagious diseases. Then, during the Trail of Tears, they enjoyed fresh air and sightseeing. Now they get to occasionally star in nationally broadcast commercials as crying wusses.

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/images/thumbn...d5ba0d6c53a8cd

Enough! I'm sick of these savages sucking on America's ample teat. It's time we button up our collective blouse and declare, "Get lost, Squanto. You're on your own. And you're also a pervert for sucking on America's teat."

If anything, our forefathers were too kind. Indians raped buffalo and smoked crack.

http://ts1.mm.bing.net/images/thumbn...52a94c8b959482

They had zero respect for nature. They poisoned the land with cheap pottery and arrowheads, both of which we are still finding to this day. They also wore makeup and dressed more flamboyantly than Liberace. I challenge anyone reading this to tell me which of these pictures is of an Indian and which is of a Las Vegas showgirl.

http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:.../colormain.jpg http://tbn0.google.com/images?q=tbn:...irl_lrg_01.jpg

You can't. They're indistinguishable.

The notion that these buffalo-raping, crack-smoking transvestites deserve reparations is laughable. I say Indians owe white people for giving us place names that are difficult to pronounce, like Wunnohteaonk and Chemquasabamticook.

Cranky Old Man 05-23-2011 08:52 PM

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I miss Ronald Reagan. As a youngster he provided law and order when Injuns tried to disturb the peace.

http://i.imgur.com/ZOLVD.jpg

But even as president, he made sure they were too scared to do anything nasty.

http://i.imgur.com/ewb7B.gif

James Hutchins 05-23-2011 09:06 PM

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This guy:

http://images.sodahead.com/profiles/...079426176.jpeg




lives down the road from here in this:

http://1.bp.blogspot.com/_HS-OqmYblq...7s+Trailer.jpg

He is always begging me for work but I just know he is going to get drunk and skip town, stealing my shovel.

Pastor Ezekiel 05-24-2011 03:23 AM

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We have laws around here to address injun savages. Everyone knows.


James Hutchins 05-24-2011 04:37 PM

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What I do not understand about injuns is why they think they can take land we won in battle. Not only do they steal our federal park land, but they refuse to pay income tax and then have the gall to demand benefits.
God tells us that when winning the battle for Jesus, we must never relent and we must convert every heathen. All these mamby pamby demoncrats wanting to give reparations to the savages makes no sense. I have yet to see an appropriation for a purchase of Bibles for the redskin scalp stealers.
We give these drunks free land and when we try to cross in our Hummers, they want to charge US a toll!!! Can you imagine, a fee to drive on land that rightfully is mine! And I bet not a single penny of this toll money is ever tithed to God. Indian givers!

Lost Sheep McUinnean 05-24-2011 04:43 PM

Re: 20 Reasons God Hates Injuns
 
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Originally Posted by James Hutchins (Post 755427)
What I do not understand about injuns is why they think they can take land we won in battle. Not only do they steal our federal park land, but they refuse to pay income tax and then have the gall to demand benefits.
God tells us that when winning the battle for Jesus, we must never relent and we must convert every heathen. All these mamby pamby demoncrats wanting to give reparations to the savages makes no sense. I have yet to see an appropriation for a purchase of Bibles for the redskin scalp stealers.
We give these drunks free land and when we try to cross in our Hummers, they want to charge US a toll!!! Can you imagine, a fee to drive on land that rightfully is mine! And I bet not a single penny of this toll money is ever tithed to God. Indian givers!

I think our Australian members would sympathize with you Jim. the same's happening over there with their alcoholic tattoed Maori spearchuckers.

Sad state of affairs this effeminizing of land rights.

Y-i-C, McU

James Hutchins 05-24-2011 07:24 PM

Re: 20 Reasons God Hates Injuns
 
I just got todays paper, the Appalachian Reader, look what was on the front page:
http://xroads.virginia.edu/~HYPER/HNS/Indians/bad.jpg

They attacked another decent Christian woman. When will the madness stop?

Old Man Hatchet 05-24-2011 07:28 PM

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I'm tired of liberals bringing up "massacres" committed by Americans against Indians. Consider the Wounded Knee Massacre, when our brave boys in the U.S. 7th Calvary Regiment went up against the Lakota's strongest women and children. And it couldn't have been that bad of a massacre. It's called "Wounded Knee," for Pete's sake. Injuries like that are sustained at tennis matches.

Rev. Jim Osborne 05-25-2011 12:07 AM

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Let's not forget the savage's latest tool of war against the white man: Casinos. They prey on the vulnerable, the compulsive, the desperate, and the superstitious. As a compulsive gambler, I've lost hundreds of thousands of dollars to these redskins. I'll be at the roulette table and place a small bet, like $5,000 on red. Well, black will turn up. So, I try to recoup my losses and I feel lucky, so I bet $10,000 this time on black. Red comes up. So, screw colors, I bet even for $20,000. This time I win!

But now I'm back where I started from, so I feel a little lucky and start betting more. By the end of the night I'm on the phone with my bank trying to get an emergency loan to pay my gambling debts.

And it's ALL the injun's fault! Why couldn't they have stopped me if they see me progressively betting and losing? Or, why can't they just forgive the debt entirely? Bloodthirsty savages.

F. Nietzsche 08-08-2011 07:50 PM

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Originally Posted by Old Man Hatchet (Post 755515)
I'm tired of liberals bringing up "massacres" committed by Americans against Indians. Consider the Wounded Knee Massacre, when our brave boys in the U.S. 7th Calvary Regiment went up against the Lakota's strongest women and children. And it couldn't have been that bad of a massacre. It's called "Wounded Knee," for Pete's sake. Injuries like that are sustained at tennis matches.

Wounded Knee refers to the name of the creek where the incident took place. It actually involved a massacre of several hundred Indians with gattling guns and repeating rifles. It's quite a bit more serious than your average tennis match injury.

These articles are really interesting though. I'd guess that a lack of necessity probably means that they wouldn't need quantitative or temporal constructs, unlike people who do live according to calendars and clocks. Both of these ideas ultimately are constructs driven by necessity, and I doubt that necessity exists within an Amazonian hunter-gatherer society... though the Mayans who did understand time probably did have these linguistic constructs.

Brother Enoch 08-08-2011 08:33 PM

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You said:

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Originally Posted by F. Nietzsche (Post 781652)
Blah-diiddy, blah blah blah

I heard:

Quote:

Originally Posted by F. Nietzsche (Post 781652)
I hate baby Jesus.

:thumbdown:

Jacob the Angry Liar 08-09-2011 11:54 PM

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Originally Posted by F. Nietzsche (Post 781652)
Wounded Knee refers to the name of the creek where the incident took place. It actually involved a massacre of several hundred Indians with gattling guns and repeating rifles. It's quite a bit more serious than your average tennis match injury.

These articles are really interesting though. I'd guess that a lack of necessity probably means that they wouldn't need quantitative or temporal constructs, unlike people who do live according to calendars and clocks. Both of these ideas ultimately are constructs driven by necessity, and I doubt that necessity exists within an Amazonian hunter-gatherer society... though the Mayans who did understand time probably did have these linguistic constructs.

Perhaps you should rethink your definition of "lack of necessity".

Exodus 20:8-11 makes it overwhelmingly clear that dates must be measured.

Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.
Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work:
But the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God: in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates:
For in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day: wherefore the LORD blessed the sabbath day, and hallowed it.


Maybe it's not necessary to measure the date if you don't mind burning in hell for all eternity, but for the rest of us, well, I'm always mindful of my calendar!

F. Nietzsche 08-10-2011 05:37 AM

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Originally Posted by Jacob11 (Post 781820)
Perhaps you should rethink your definition of "lack of necessity".

Exodus 20:8-11 makes it overwhelmingly clear that dates must be measured.

Remember the sabbath day, to keep it holy.
Six days shalt thou labour, and do all thy work:
But the seventh day is the sabbath of the LORD thy God: in it thou shalt not do any work, thou, nor thy son, nor thy daughter, thy manservant, nor thy maidservant, nor thy cattle, nor thy stranger that is within thy gates:
For in six days the LORD made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day: wherefore the LORD blessed the sabbath day, and hallowed it.

Maybe it's not necessary to measure the date if you don't mind burning in hell for all eternity, but for the rest of us, well, I'm always mindful of my calendar!

Of course, an uncontacted group of people with no connection to modern society has probably never heard of Jesus or the Bible, so the importance of avoiding hell is substantially less meaningful to them. So again, insofar as they can determine, the necessity of understanding time does not exist.

Brother Enoch 08-10-2011 05:59 AM

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Originally Posted by F. Nietzsche (Post 781869)
Of course, an uncontacted group of people with no connection to modern society has probably never heard of Jesus or the Bible, so the importance of avoiding hell is substantially less meaningful to them. So again, insofar as they can determine, the necessity of understanding time does not exist.

They'll understand eternity well enough when they're burning in Hell. :D

Pastor Ezekiel 08-11-2011 04:25 AM

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Originally Posted by Brother Enoch (Post 781873)
They'll understand eternity well enough when they're burning in Hell. :D

Shout GLORY! :yahoo:

Bjorn Jensen 05-31-2014 05:19 PM

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Marko Loimaan-Aho 05-31-2014 05:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Lost Sheep McUinnean (Post 754751)



AND THEY CAN'T COUNT TO 3!!!
:fear2:
BBC NEWS | Americas | Brazil tribe just can't count, seriously




Proof? Enough for me.:thumbsup:

I have to say: If somebody can't count to 3, is there any other possibilities than burn in :hell-2: ?

How can they believe in the Trinity?

How can they ever understand the Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost? They are totally confused after the Son. They can not be baptized.

Matthew 28:19


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