Say No to Jewish “Columbus Day”. Say Yes to Indigenous Day. Indigenous Peoples of Latin America and the Western Hemisphere are embracing Islam and now Muslims. Europe (like Spain) will pay in BLOOD for the Destruction and Genocide of Indigenous Peoples with Terror Attacks in Madrid and Barcelona

Say No to Jewish “Columbus Day”. Say Yes to Indigenous Day. Indigenous Peoples of Latin America and the Western Hemisphere are embracing Islam and now Muslims. Europe (like Spain) will pay in BLOOD for the Destruction and Genocide of Indigenous Peoples with Terror Attacks in Madrid and Barcelona

Christopher Columbus is a Catalan (Sepherdim/Spanish) JEW from Spain not Genoa, Italy

Jews like Columbus are “SONS OF MONKEYS AND PIGS” according to Quran

Muslims hate that stupid Holiday because Spaniards expelled the Muslims from Spain and use the wealth of Al Andalus Islamic Caliphate State to KILL the Natives of Latin America and the Western Hemisphere. Spaniards deserved to DIE in the Terrorist Attack in Spain. HAHAHAHA!!!! Allahu Akbar

Andalucia will declare an independence once again from Spain from the voices of the Muslims along with Catalonia, Basque and the Guanche Berbers of Canary Islands

Natives and Muslims are joining forces to curse Spain


Columbus Day is a national holiday in many countries in the Americas and elsewhere which officially celebrates the anniversary of Christopher Columbus‘s arrival in the Americas on October 12, 1492. The landing is celebrated as “Columbus Day” in the United States, as “Día de la Raza” (“Day of the Race”) in many countries in Latin America, as “Día de la Hispanidad” and “Fiesta Nacional” in Spain, where it is also the religious festivity of la Virgen del Pilar, as Día de las Américas (Day of the Americas) in Belize and Uruguay, as Día del Respeto a la Diversidad Cultural (Day of Respect for Cultural Diversity) in Argentina, and as Giornata Nazionale di Cristoforo Colombo or Festa Nazionale di Cristoforo Colombo in Italy and in the Little Italys around the world.[1][2] These holidays have been celebrated unofficially since the late 18th century and officially in various countries since the early 20th century.

Opposition to Columbus celebrations

See also Columbus Day#Non-observance, above.

Engraving by Theodor de Bry depicting the controversial account by Bartolomé de las Casas regarding the Brevísima relación de la destrucción de las Indias, 1552. De Bry’s works are characteristic of the anti-Spanish propaganda that originated as a result of the Eighty Years’ War, known as the Black Legend.
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Opposition to Columbus Day dates to at least the 19th century where activists had sought to eradicate celebrations because of its association with immigrants and the Knights of Columbus. Some non-Catholics were afraid it was being used to expand Catholic influence.[53] By far the more common opposition today, decrying Columbus’s and Europeans’ actions against the indigenous populations of the Americas, did not gain much traction until the latter half of the 20th century. This opposition was led by Native Americans and expanded upon by left-wing political parties,[54][55][56][57][58] though it has become more mainstream.[59] Surveys conducted in 2013 and 2015 found 26% to 38% of American adults not in favor of celebrating Columbus Day.[60][61]


There are many strands of criticism, which are interrelated. One criticism refers primarily to the treatment of the indigenous populations during the European colonization of the Americas which followed Columbus’s discovery. Some groups such as the American Indian Movement have argued that the ongoing actions and injustices against Native Americans are masked by positive Columbus myths and celebrations. These groups argue that the legacy of Columbus has been used to legitimize these actions. F. David Peat asserts that many cultural myths of North America exclude or diminish the culture and myths of Native Americans. These cultural myths include ideas expressed by Michael Berliner of the Ayn Rand Institute claiming that Western civilization brought “reason, science, self-reliance, individualism, ambition, and productive achievement” to a people who were based in “primitivism, mysticism, and collectivism“, and to a land that was “sparsely inhabited, unused, and underdeveloped”.[62] American anthropologist Jack Weatherford says that on Columbus Day, Americans celebrate the greatest waves of genocide of the American Indians known in history.[63] American Indian Movement of Colorado leader and activist Ward Churchill takes this argument further, contending that the mythologizing and celebration of the European settlement of the Americas in Columbus Day make it easier for people today to avoid taking responsibility for their own actions, or the actions of their governments regarding indigenous populations. He wrote in his book Bringing the Law Back Home:

Very high on the list of those expressions of non-indigenous sensibility [that] contribute to the perpetuation of genocidal policies against [American] Indians are the annual Columbus Day celebration, events in which it is baldly asserted that the process, events, and circumstances described above are, at best, either acceptable or unimportant. More often, the sentiments expressed by the participants are, quite frankly, that the fate of Native America embodied in Columbus and the Columbian legacy is a matter to be openly and enthusiastically applauded as an unrivaled “boon to all mankind”. Undeniably, the situation of American Indians will not—in fact cannot—change for the better so long as such attitudes are deemed socially acceptable by the mainstream populace. Hence, such celebrations as Columbus Day must be stopped.

A second strain of criticism of Columbus Day focuses on the character of Columbus himself. In time for the 2004 observation of the day, the final volume of a compendium of Columbus-era documents was published by the University of California, Los Angeles‘s Medieval and Renaissance Center. Geoffrey Symcox, the general editor of the project, asserted:[64]

While giving the brilliant mariner his due, the collection portrays Columbus as an unrelenting social climber and self-promoter who stopped at nothing—not even exploitation, slavery, or twisting Biblical scripture—to advance his ambitions… Many of the unflattering documents have been known for the last century or more, but nobody paid much attention to them until recently… The fact that Columbus brought slavery, enormous exploitation or devastating diseases to the Americas used to be seen as a minor detail—if it was recognized at all—in light of his role as the great bringer of white man’s civilization to the benighted idolatrous American continent. But to historians today this information is very important. It changes our whole view of the enterprise.

Howard Zinn described some of the details of how Columbus personally ordered the enslavement and mutilation of the native Arawak people in a bid to repay his investors:

Now, from his base on Haiti, Columbus sent expedition after expedition into the interior. They found no gold fields, but had to fill up the ships returning to Spain with some kind of dividend. In the year 1495, they went on a great slave raid, rounded up fifteen hundred Arawak men, women, and children, put them in pens guarded by Spaniards and dogs, then picked the five hundred best specimens to load onto ships. Of those five hundred, two hundred died en route. The rest arrived alive in Spain and were put up for sale by the archdeacon of the town, who reported that, although the slaves were “naked as the day they were born,” they showed “no more embarrassment than animals.” Columbus later wrote: “Let us in the name of the Holy Trinity go on sending all the slaves that can be sold.”

But too many of the slaves died in captivity. And so Columbus, desperate to pay back dividends to those who had invested, had to make good his promise to fill the ships with gold. In the province of Cicao on Haiti, where he and his men imagined huge gold fields to exist, they ordered all persons fourteen years or older to collect a certain quantity of gold every three months. When they brought it, they were given copper tokens to hang around their necks. American Indians found without a copper token had their hands cut off and bled to death.[65]

Most criticisms combine elements of both strains. Journalist and media critic Norman Solomon reflects in Columbus Day: A Clash of Myth and History that many people choose to hold on to the myths surrounding Columbus whereas historians who deal with the evidence are frequently depicted as politically correct revisionists. He quotes from the logbook Columbus’s initial description of the American Indians: “They do not bear arms, and do not know them, for I showed them a sword, they took it by the edge and cut themselves out of ignorance…. They would make fine servants…. With 50 men we could subjugate them all and make them do whatever we want”. In 1495, during the Second Voyage, American Indians were transported to Spain as slaves, many dying en route. “Let us in the name of the Holy Trinity“, Columbus later wrote, “go on sending all the slaves that can be sold”. Solomon states that the most important contemporary documentary evidence is the multi-volume History of the Indies by the Catholic priest Bartolomé de las Casas who observed the region where Columbus was governor. In contrast to “the myth” Solomon quotes Las Casas who describes Spaniards driven by “insatiable greed” – “killing, terrorizing, afflicting, and torturing the native peoples” with “the strangest and most varied new methods of cruelty” and how systematic violence was aimed at preventing “[American] Indians from daring to think of themselves as human beings.” The Spaniards “thought nothing of knifing [American] Indians by tens and twenties and of cutting slices off them to test the sharpness of their blades”, wrote Las Casas. “My eyes have seen these acts so foreign to human nature, and now I tremble as I write”.[66]

In the summer of 1990, 350 representatives from American Indian groups from all over the hemisphere, met in Quito, Ecuador, at the first Intercontinental Gathering of Indigenous People in the Americas, to mobilize against the quin-centennial celebration of Columbus Day. The following summer, in Davis, California, more than a hundred Native Americans gathered for a follow-up meeting to the Quito conference. They declared October 12, 1992, “International Day of Solidarity with Indigenous People”. The largest ecumenical body in the United States, the National Council of Churches, called on Christians to refrain from celebrating the Columbus quincentennial, saying, “What represented newness of freedom, hope, and opportunity for some was the occasion for oppression, degradation and genocide for others”.[67] Among the latest places in the United States to redefine how they would celebrate the holiday to the title “Indigenous Peoples’ Day” by the autumn of 2016 include communities in Massachusetts, specifically Cambridge, Amherst and Northampton, with a group naming itself the “Indigenous Peoples’ Day of Massachusetts” currently attempting to do the same for the state’s capital city of Boston.[68]


ISIS (ISIL/IS) or Islamic State or Daesh (Daech), Hezbollah (Hizbullah), Al Qaeda (Al Qaida) and Islam is now in (Central America and South America) Latin America or Western Hemisphere and Caribbean like Mexico. Southern Mexico is now the land of the Mayan Muslims. Islam is now the religion and will become an official religion in Chiapas, Mexico. Muslim groups and peoples from all over the world will come to Chiapas and intermarry with the local Maya tribes. The vengeance of the Maya with the help of Islam and groups like ISIS will wreck havoc on Mexico, Central America and the United States of America. Jews will never be safe in America anymore. Also the Indigenous Native Americans and Eskimos in the United States, Canada and Greenland and the other native tribes of Latin America will embrace Islam too. Also in Europe, the Indigenous Sami (Laplander) People of Sweden and Lapland Scandinavia and the Indigenous Roma or Romani (Gypsy) in the Balkans. The Cornish and Manx in Britain (United Kingdom or UK). The Basque of Spain and France. The Normans of Britain (United Kingdom or UK) and France. The Sicilians in Italy. The Romansh in Switzerland. The Bavarians of Bavaria, Germany. The Bretons of Brittany in France. The Ainu and Ryuku (Okinawan) in Japan. The Papuans of Papua New Guinea. The Mansi and Yakut in Russia. The Aborigines in Australia. The Maoris and Polynesians in New Zealand and the Pacific Islands. in 2020 to 2070. In the Year 2020 – 2030 – 2040 – 2050 – 2060 and 2070 (1500 in the Muslim Calendar) Also the Igorots, Aetas, Lumads, Mangyans and Palawan Tribes in the Philippines. The Gurkhas of Nepal and Himalayas. The Tibetans of Tibetan Plateau. The Zulu, Congolese and others in Africa. The Mongols of Mongolia and the Eurasia steppes. The Tamils of Sri Lanka. The Manchus of Manchuria in China. And the Guanches of the Canary Islands.



The Allies of Sunni (ISIS Islamic State (ISIL/IS) Daesh, Al Qaeda) Muslims vs Shia / Shiite (Hezbollah) Muslims in Latin America. The New Islamic World Cold War / Muslim (International) Global Proxy and Cold War. The New Sykes – Picot Agreement / Treaty and Balfour Declaration for MUSLIMS ONLY
The Allies of Sunni (ISIS Islamic State (ISIL/IS) Daesh, Al Qaeda) Muslims in Latin America:

Primeiro Comando da Capital
Terceiro Comando
Terceiro Comando Puro
Amigos dos Amigos
La Mara Salvatrucha 13 or MS 13
Mexican Mafia
Zapatista EZLN
Paramilitary Groups of Colombia like AUC
Paramilitary Groups in Latin America
Colombian Drug Cartels
Los Zetas Drug Cartel
Gulf Drug Cartel
Peruvian Drug Cartels
Association Neta
Surenos 13, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Folk Nation
Jamaican Crime Groups
Haitian Crime Groups

Pro-Sunni (ISIS Islamic State (ISIL/IS) Daesh, Al Qaeda) Muslim Indigenous / Amerindian Ethnic Groups in Latin America:
The Maya of Southern Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Belize, El Salvador and Central America Northern Triangle
Taino of Caribbean and Eastern Cuba
The Ngabe Bugle or Guaymi of Panama
The Chorotega of Northern Costa Rica
Bribri of Southern Costa Rica
The Embera of Panama and Colombia
The Arawak of Guyana, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago Caribbean South America
The Shuar Jivaro of Ecuador
The Amazonian Tribes Brazil
The Guarani of Tri Border Region of Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina, Uruguay and Eastern Bolivia
The Mapuche of Araucania Chile
The Teheulche, Selknam and Yaghan of Argentina and Patagonia
Indigenous Peoples in Colombia
The Zapotec of Southern Mexico
The Garifuna of Guatemala
The Kuna of Panama
Native Americans from the United States like Sioux, Cheyenne, Choctaw, Shawnee, Cree, Creek, Cherokee, Blackfeet, Chippewa, Alaskan Inuit Eskimo and etc
Native Americans from Canada like First Nations; and Nunavut and Yukon Inuit Eskimo
The Sami, Mongol, Maori, Samoan, Tongan, Papuan, Igorot, Aeta Negrito, Gurkha, Gypsy, Congolese, Zulu and etc
In Mexico: Zapotec, Mixtec, Zoque, Huastec, Totonac, Mixe, Chontal, Tipal and Pericu
The Guanche of Canary Islands
The Gurkha of Nepal
The Mongols in Mongolia
The Maori in New Zealand
The Papuans in Papua New Guinea
The Aborigines in Australia
The Rapa Nui in Easter Island in Chile and other Polynesian Peoples
The Yakut and Siberian Tribes in Russia
The Mangyan, Igorot, Aeta and Palawan Tribes in the Philippines
The Ainu and Ryukyu in Japan
Mongols in Mongolia
The Manchus in China The Aboriginals of Taiwan.
Death Squads in Latin America
Tamils of Sri Lanka.

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The Cornish of Cornwall in Britain (United Kingdom or UK)
The Manx of The Isle of Man in Britain (United Kingdom or UK)
The Basque of Pyrenees Mountains between Spain and France
The Sicilians of Sicily and Calabria in Italy
The Romansh of Grisons in Switzerland
The Normans of English Channel Islands and Normandy in Britain (United Kingdom or UK) and France
The Bretons of Brittany in France
The Bavarians of Bavaria, Germany


Fuqursec, Barrett Brown and María del Rosario Fuentes Rubio: Anonymous Hacktivists can do OpKKK, OpIceISIS, OpJihadi, OpDaesh, OpJihadi, OpISIS, OpDomesticTerrorism and OpPedo but not OpCartel. Anonymous Hacktivist Group is afraid to Mexican Drug Cartels like the Los Zetas Drug Cartel in Mexico. Political Islam, ISIS Islamic State (ISIL/IS) Daesh, Al Qaeda and Hezbollah are now in Southern Mexico and Latin America and Europe


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Fuqursec, Barrett Brown and María del Rosario Fuentes Rubio: Anonymous Hacktivists can do OpKKK, OpIceISIS, OpJihadi, OpDaesh, OpJihadi, OpISIS, OpDomesticTerrorism and OpPedo but not OpCartel. Anonymous Hacktivist Group is afraid to Mexican Drug Cartels like the Los Zetas Drug Cartel in Mexico. Political Islam, ISIS Islamic State (ISIL/IS) Daesh, Al Qaeda and Hezbollah are now in Southern Mexico and Latin America and Europe




The Allies of Shia / Shiite (Hezbollah) Muslims in Latin America:

Comando Vermelho
Paraguayan crime groups
Família do Norte
Primeiro Grupo Catarinense
Sandinista FSLN
18th Street Gang
Sinaloa Drug Cartel
Latin Kings
Nortenos 14, Bloods, Vicelords, People Nation
Nuestra Familia

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Pro-Shia (Hezbollah) Muslim Indigenous / Amerindian Ethnic Groups in Latin America:
The Pipil of El Salvador
The Lenca of Honduras
The Miskito of Nicaragua
The Wayuu of Guajira Peninsula, Zulia and Lake Maracaibo Colombia and Venezuela in South America
The Quechua Inca of Peru and Andes
The Aymara Inca of Bolivia and Andes
The Tupi of Brazil
The Taino of Cuba
The Kichwa Inca of Ecuador
The Caribs of Venezuela
Bonus: The Native Americans from the United States like Navajo, Hopi, Apache, Washoe, Pueblo, Comanche, Seminole, Iroquois, Hawaiian and etc
Native Americans from Canada like the Metis
The Tibetans in Tibet
The Hawaiians in Hawaii
The Mansi in Russia
The Metis in Canada

The Mayo Yaqui, Huichol, Cora, Tarahumara, Cochimi, Purepecha, Tohono, Nahualt (Aztec) in Mexico

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The Possible Areas of Sunni vs Shia Sectarian Clash in Latin America are:
El Salvador
Atacama Desert
Hispaniola (Haiti and Dominican Republic)
Cenepa Valley
Amazon Basin
Andes and Altiplano

Also Mexico

Sunni Muslims will take control of the following US – Mexico Border Crossings:
Tijuana Border Crossing in California
Tecate Border Crossing in California
Otay Border Crossing in California
Most of the Texas Crossings

Shia (Shiite) Muslims will take control of the following US – Mexico Border Crossings:
All the Arizona Crossings
All the New Mexico Crossings

Both Sunni Muslims and Shia (Shiite) Muslims will have shared control of the following US – Mexico Border Crossings:
Mexicali Border Crossing in California
Ciudad Juarez Border Crossing in Texas



If ISIS can controlled Mosul, Marawi, Raqqa, Sirte, Yemen, Kandahar, Arakan, Kashmir and others, NOW and the Future. They will control Cancun, Chamula, Triple Border Regions, Central America Northern Triangle, Oaxaca, Tuxla, Nuvanut, Yukon, Alaska, Hawaii, Hokkaido, Okinawa, Falklands, Arctic Circle, Cordillera, Mindoro, Palawan, Himalayas, Tibet, The Great Lakes, Mongolia, Urals, Siberia (Yakutia), Kwazulu, Congo, Patagonia, Panama, Caribbean, The Rockies, Laplands, Balkans, Waitangi, Australia’s Northern Territory, Bavaria,  Cornwall, Isle of Man, English Channel Islands, Basque Country, Normandy, Brittany, Manchuria, Eastern Taiwan, Sicily, Grissons, Papua New Guinea, Canary Islands, Andes and Amazon.


Jihadi News, Media and Propaganda Telegram Channels Using Internet Archive To Spread Content From ISIS Islamic State (ISIL/IS) Daesh, Al-Qaeda, Hezbollah And Other Groups Eg. Amaq News Agency, Ummah News and Khilafah News and United Cyber Caliphate is now in Southern Mexico and Latin America

Al Furqan
Al Hayat
Al Furat
Al Khayr
Al Furqan
Al Wilayah
Al Wilayat
Amaq News Agency
Al Naba
Al Bayan Radio
Ajnad Foundation
Al Halab


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