Why the Comanches Don't Have Reservations w/S.C. Gwynne | Joe Rogan

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Burton Knighten
Burton Knighten

I have a deep respect for the comanche warriors.

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Jacabo Blanco
Jacabo Blanco

The romanticism of the natives continues on the comment section. It's ridiculous that people believe that native Americans were just these totally peaceful loving people who never fought murdered or enslaved one another or others lmao

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ManScoutsofAmerica
ManScoutsofAmerica

Isn’t Oklahoma one giant reservation?

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Joe Coonan
Joe Coonan

How incredible that one of the major tribe of the Plains would not have their own Reservation.....

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E. Lin
E. Lin

SC needs a shot of Jack for that cough.

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jon smith
jon smith

Tail end of the flu? That was the Rona 😳

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Money King
Money King

Sounds like he’s lying

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Jim Luebke
Jim Luebke

"The pace of change is accelerating" is the biggest lie people tell these days. Look at the physical changes to America in Joe's lifetime (1967 to today, 2020) and compare it to the physical changes from 1867 to 1920. In 1867 we didn't even have a transcontinental railroad, the city of Denver was less than 10 years old, the first generation of sod-busting farmers were still living in Kansas, you got everywhere on horseback. Custer got the 7th Cavalry wiped out in 1876. Fast-forward to 1920, and we'd won a European war, cars were everywhere, you could fly across the continent, and people were moving off of the farms and into cities at an accelerating rate. Nah, it was all suburbs in 1967, and it's all suburbs now. Instead of commuting you have telecommuting, which is not as big a change as what we saw 1867 to 1920, not even close.

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shaddy580urabazo
shaddy580urabazo

Indian Law is a whole another Universe’ don’t go down that road Rogan ‘ Comanches today live in two worlds 🌎 yet master of neither’ you want to talk about being assimilated and then decolonized through education. One famous Indian said’ there is nothing worse than watching Indians on television’ unless you are Indian watching Indians on television 😑.

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BLACK NATION BUILDING
BLACK NATION BUILDING

White People know deep down in their “soul” that they will pay for this. You are an extension of your ancestor. You will pay the spiritual debt left behind by them. Your future generations will have no escape. They will inherit the responsibility.

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Joe Lopez
Joe Lopez

I'm Comanche lineage, Comanche was a friend of mine, you dont know Comanche. This guy obviously doesn't know what he's talking about. Says he didn't interview current Comanche. Never heard of family folklore?

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Vida Cupcake
Vida Cupcake

The indians?

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Odin Tenbears
Odin Tenbears

90 percent were killed by small pock and the flu. The were given blankets that were infected. This was done on purpose. Good luck in the FEMA camps .....those guillotines the crap government bought aint for maken salad. Read Agenda 21 .the assholes plan on killing off 80% of us.

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Christopher Jordan
Christopher Jordan

I think its "technology" in all its forms that people are upset with, and not so much white Europeans. Whether or not they realize it.

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Jerr D
Jerr D

Some people want to rewrite history with jaw dropping bullshit

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Jon Denver
Jon Denver

If it's so sad joe put your money where yarmouth is and use your millions to buy them some land.

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ReverendXero
ReverendXero

There are still families that have what are called Land Patents. My family still has 2 in Texas. One from 1845 and the other from 1899. They are 160 acre lots of land that the owner is the true sovereign owner. Citizens earned/received them for various reasons including terms of public service. I think serving in the Army and stuff like that. The owners hold the actual deed. This alone makes them very special. No property tax* (unless you have a business on the land that turns a profit - but there are details that create exceptions here too), can't be foreclosed, no tax liens, and no one can enter your land without your permission. You are the law there. They US stopped the program in 1899 and the government started snapping them up and adding the land to the BLM (Bureau of Land Management) national parks reserves. I will never sell. If you understand the laws around ownership. You will understand. My family literally owns a piece of the United States proper. From the center of the Earth to the sky above. This really could step on the toes of congress. What if the actual town center of Jack Co. Texas, is on my land? The courthouse? just examples of what I am getting at. If it's on my land, what I say goes. Period. I could give a shit less about any laws. They would have no jurisdiction inside my property line if I wished. Remember that the US is a Republic, where the concept is "Everyone is King" This is how they made that work. You were lord and master inside your property line. When you were off your land and "on American soil" You are subject to the laws that govern that area. Imagine having a home that you never had to worry about being kicked out of? Just that level of peace of mind would be invaluable. You wouldn't be forced to compete with others to willingly suspend your liberty and have a master again just to make ends meet. No one would really have to be a wage slave. You could farm your land and feed the household, there would be no Rent/Mortgage/tax to have to repeatedly pay off all the time. Should the land be found to have oil etc... Your fine unless you are going to drill it, pump it, and sell it to market. Then you are in "Import hell" and "Tax hell" For the truck moving the oil off your land would be "importing it to America". My question: In this scenario, If I made a flag and stood it in front of my house. When I went off my land "in to" America, could I get diplomatic immunity? hahaha Just kidding. I know the answer(s).

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ReverendXero
ReverendXero

Addendum of worthless trivia: Before Trump took office, there were only 2 states that still recognized land patents and homesteads; Texas and Nevada. Since then, (you may remember this) there was a story about Trump releasing a bunch of national parks land. I don't know if they are actually related, but now 16 states have information available for homesteading etc...

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Gregory Wilkins
Gregory Wilkins

Bad roads and lots of trash in those reservation territories,

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Gregory Wilkins
Gregory Wilkins

Lazy males made the women do all the work

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Gregory Wilkins
Gregory Wilkins

No roaming in Texas,got to go out to Big Bend

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Eugene Brewster
Eugene Brewster

Why tha Fu** do older white guys ALWAYS be the one to tell Everyone's freakin story...Jeeesh!🤦🏽‍♂️

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SAW
SAW

If they really were an Incredible war like tribe they would still own the land.

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BuckMulligan63
BuckMulligan63

Underrated observation.

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Anthony Sforza
Anthony Sforza

Didn't say in the this interview that they were Nomads, hence why they killed babies? How then can a white man own land that used to be theirs?

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WildBill FromOdessa
WildBill FromOdessa

“...so they’re in danger of probably getting their culture erased.” -Joe Just like 1950’s U.S. culture, it’s gone. Don’t cultures adapt over time to reflect a new reality where technology overtakes societies and, like it or not, cultures change? The native Americans were overrun by immigrants and superior war technology. A more violent, oppressive, determined opponent moved-in and took it. I’m not saying that it’s right, but in the 18th and 19th centuries, that was reality. The question now is, who will be a more aggressive, oppressive and violent opponent to the current order of the world as it stands in 2020?

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Daywalker
Daywalker

...stolen land.

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mark p
mark p

Tail end of korona varrus huh?

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Chef Tyler
Chef Tyler

That cough hit different

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Chef Tyler
Chef Tyler

@brian baker 😆

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brian baker
brian baker

corona

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Denise Grant
Denise Grant

Where did this guy get his fact?

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Meraxes Rex
Meraxes Rex

that's how white people in America will be in 100 years. in reservations.

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Die Slow
Die Slow

Take highway 89 north of Phoenix or hwy 550 north of Albuquerque and you'll see where the natives were forced to live. Absolute shithole

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Patrick Coladonato
Patrick Coladonato

I guess this country has never really been UNITED.

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Tontwolf Wolf
Tontwolf Wolf

One critique id call out is the fact this guy didn’t interview people from Comanche community about what happened 200-300 years ago. it’s part of your due diligence if you’re writing about these cultures. The Comanche culture and knowledge is passed down primarily through oral history. Yes you’ll find information written back in the day about the events. But the thoughts, feelings, knowledge, and insights behind actions that people took from this community is not recorded but passed down through generations. It’s history that’s still ‘living’ in these cultures because of how the knowledge is passed down. Otherwise great to see and hear this guys work :)

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Jaidezilla
Jaidezilla

Until they got casinos about 15 years ago the Seminoles in Broward County Florida made the bulk of their money off of cigarette and tobacco sales for decades. They were able to sell discounted cigarettes without tax or something like that. My numbers may be a little off because it's been awhile since I actually talked to a Seminole because I don't live down there anymore, but if they wanted it they would get a house on the reservation and no matter what every one of them got $40,000 a year from the government just for being them.

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louis webtser
louis webtser

Jaidezilla Karen

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louis webtser
louis webtser

Jaidezilla oh I didn’t here the Seminole part, my bad

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Jaidezilla
Jaidezilla

@louis webtser the man mentions Seminoles in this video so I threw that in there. Is that a crime? What's your problem, Karen?

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louis webtser
louis webtser

Are the Seminoles the Comanche?

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Billy Barton
Billy Barton

We never did anything bad to native Americans. The people who did are dead & in Hell where they belong.

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Tom Quinn
Tom Quinn

So there go the Comanches and WTF is Rogan talking about?

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MrRufusRToyota
MrRufusRToyota

The Comanches were basically a biker gang, riding into other tribes’ places and terrorizing them.

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T Abel
T Abel

02:35 👀

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Indred Cold
Indred Cold

Because they're a bunch of drunkz

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louis webtser
louis webtser

Basketball players also

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geoycs
geoycs

Interviewing Comanches today isn’t important? Come on man. It is important. History is constantly being re-interpreted based on modern views. Might want to hear what they have to say.

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Ric Jackson
Ric Jackson

Taught within the Yaqui Tribe for 10 yrs. in Guadalupe,AZ. Couldn't have been nicer to a white Teacher from So Cali'. They value their Traditions.

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Adam Demirs
Adam Demirs

Im from Texas, there is a state park in every direction from me. Mother Neff and White Flint to name a couple. The Tonkawa tribe helped the Texas rangers and military eradicate the Comanche from Texas. Tonkawa, Apache, Waco, and Comanche are the local tribes here in central Texas. We find arrow heads on our property all the time.

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Ophie Prins
Ophie Prins

what is his credentials Joe?

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Dodge Ram
Dodge Ram

When you say those traditional lands... Uh, ya mean ALL of America, Right?

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BXGUY73
BXGUY73

The COMANCHE should at least get back all or 3/4 of the land of COMANCHERIA and PALO DURO CANYON. That's where they were originally connected to, the US Gov't and settlers STOLE it and Trespassed on it.

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Mary Sserwanga
Mary Sserwanga

I wish he was hearing all of this from an actual Comanche.

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Andreas Hansen
Andreas Hansen

I wish he was hearing it from a Swedish bikini-babe.

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Bigmike17
Bigmike17

Much of Texas was originally divided up in land grants By Mexico to Empresarios such as Austin, Cameron, Burnet, Dominguez and Thomas. After the Texas Revolution much of the land was awarded to attract settlers, many received 640 acres which decreased over the years to 320 and then 160. Additionally all of the soldiers (or their survivors) who fought in the Revolution at the Alamo, San Jacinto, and Goliad were awarded 640 acres.

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CECAR BLANCO
CECAR BLANCO

They also were mad that the Mexican government would not allow them to own slaves.

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Facta non verba
Facta non verba

Goodbye joe. Joe on spotify=Howard on sat radio, is not as good.

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SPECIAL DISPATCH DRIVER
SPECIAL DISPATCH DRIVER

Not to mention that the Government deprived them of water rights and mineral rights.

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Steger 13
Steger 13

i winder being from an otjer country could i leave legally in a indian reservation if they accept me? usa could not deport me if the reservation have their own low right?

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Mr K Sanders
Mr K Sanders

This guy is bullshit. Here in Oklwhoma we have both a Comantion Nation and Apache Nation which are Reservations inhibited by Natives. Do your research dude. Google Comanche, OK. Johnny Depp was just here a couple years ago and adopted by the tribe ON THE RESERVATION.

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ApprenticeThatTextstooMuch
ApprenticeThatTextstooMuch

Why not interview Elisabeth Warren about Native American heritage...??? "BAAAAHAHHAHAHHAAAAhahhahaa slaps knee"

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louis webtser
louis webtser

I hate how Elisabeth warren is brought up in any Native American related conversations

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Tone- Lopez
Tone- Lopez

A lot of white people think they are part Cherokee. I've met at least 5

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Mark ONeill
Mark ONeill

Commanches were also known as the Southern Shoshone. Their cousins are the Shoshone from Idaho/Northern Nevada. The Commanches went south early in the European settlement process. My family were share-croppers on the Sioux lands and we're proud of it.

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scottyflintstone
scottyflintstone

6:00 Apparently open borders harms the civilization thats in place. I hope Joe takes note

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elijahthesamurai
elijahthesamurai

When you drive through OK the Chickasaw have cool license plates. You can drive through the reservation and not realize it like he said.

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L Clarke
L Clarke

Dude, how do you make your head so shiny!?! I'm jealous...

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Travis Bond
Travis Bond

One word. SAD

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Thomas Wilson
Thomas Wilson

I don’t know what reservations Joe has been seeing but the Seminole reservation here in south Florida everyone lives in a 3 story house and it’s gated. They all have new cars of their choosing. However most of my friends from high school in the res are dead.

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Thomas Wilson
Thomas Wilson

They’re one of the only tribes that didn’t sign a treaty so they have Casinos that generate mega money for the tribe. Btw in all the decades I’ve spent with them not once did they refer to themselves as Native Americans. Ever. They called themselves Indians.

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Re Run
Re Run

Joe if you think it is sad what has happened to the Comanche then you should read what they did to their victims. There is no group on Earth that is heartless as they were. They would drag babies thru the cactus and then us them for target practice with bows and arrows. That’s just a start.

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Ron T
Ron T

This guy is so full of bull. Yes, they did have reservations in Southern Oklahoma and only a small amount went to live with the Apaches and Kickapoos. My grandfather was an interpreter at their annual meetings. Joe Rogan has become a total conspiracy creep, and disinformation conduit, like Infowars or worse.

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Nicolas thecaged
Nicolas thecaged

The only people keeping these reservations in squalor are the people that live there.

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Jordan Angle
Jordan Angle

Just went to palo duro canyon it was awesome

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Gonkosan Roberto
Gonkosan Roberto

Started reading the book because of this podcast. Its so fucking good.

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stephen watson
stephen watson

So tired of hearing about African Americans as though they have it so tough, and yet REAL First Americans don't get much attention at all

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Jean-Sebastien Beaulne
Jean-Sebastien Beaulne

African Americans and the Natives are the actual REAL FIRST Americans that built your shitty degrading United States. Stfu Stephen.

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Matty Batty
Matty Batty

i stopped believing this uncle boy even before he said he's from the eastcoast where indians have reservations, such as Colorado... 🙄

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Ramon Garcia
Ramon Garcia

Straight corona cough lol

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David Wurm
David Wurm

Everyone should read Blood Meridian!

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Sir SooS
Sir SooS

Don't forget about the Karunkuwa.

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mike groves
mike groves

Why did the US army chase Quanah when he jumped the reservation for the last buffalo hunt? He and Geronimo were placed at Fort Sill Oklahoma and it was considered a Indian reservation.

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Buddah Quenelle
Buddah Quenelle

I don’t think their reservations in my opinion there POW camps.

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Notus Notus
Notus Notus

POW camps that you can leave anytime you want to?

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john doe
john doe

Texas settled that way because of oil

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jeremy crawford
jeremy crawford

should've interviewed a Blackfeet historian. we have real history and known as raiders of the plains. we were the most feared tribe. never conquered by the US or any other tribe. plus this is a white guy talking about Native Americans. he has no connection to anything he writes.

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Dennis Jensen
Dennis Jensen

Yeah never conquered by whites, that's why they're so prevalent today 😂

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Mopar Smith
Mopar Smith

Why can't Native's leave the reservation and come out to the playground with the rest of us? I'd like to see a podcast on that question. Because I know I over simplified the question.

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JBG
JBG

Looking back that may have been a Covid cough..... 😷

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stenbak88
stenbak88

It’s funny when people say the US government should subsidize these reservations rather than figure out why the smart Indians are leaving and why they enjoy drugs and alcohol so much

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Soldier 1357
Soldier 1357

MIn. 4:43: They were nomads you idiot!

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Soldier 1357
Soldier 1357

Why do you keep using the term "Indians". They are the real Americans!!!! ...and if you don't like it, go back to your country!

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FierrO SantoS
FierrO SantoS

AMERICA is our RESERVATION.

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Norfolk Fowlers
Norfolk Fowlers

Tail end of the flu? 😉

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Klipsen Dk
Klipsen Dk

Who lives in a culture that hasn't changed for 200 years? With all due respect, native Americans were pretty much living in the stone age before Europeans arrived, and I doubt today's Indians would want to return to those living conditions.

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John E
John E

Topic: 98% of land is private property Joe: "How did that happen?" Gwynne: (Complicated answer) Me: "Capitalism". Our country is currently being sold to the Chinese. 13% of property bought in the US are paid for by mainland Chinese from China. In contrast, China is not for sale, we cannot buy anything there. Capitalism will destroy us someday

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Shabutie554
Shabutie554

Oklahoman here. Love our native brothers and sisters.

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mike bar
mike bar

Joe Rogan 4 president!... Me 4 vice 🤪🤪

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Emmanuel Quiros
Emmanuel Quiros

the land is all private cause when they took it from mexico the people there r descendances of the spanish who own hugh lands by fighting the natives like the comanche around the missions like SAn Antonio which were spanish colonies they stole it look up history of the 1st spanish people who turn mexican after independents from spain the whole texas cowboy culture is from mexico an the long horn came from spain

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LS John
LS John

Maybe they just didn't call the Maitre D in time??

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roc
roc

a good question. Chomancheria was the biggest empire in North America, at one point it spread from Canadian border until Guadalajara. It was the fastest expansion and the fastest decline, due to the fact that the Army killed its food source: the buffalo.

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Rebecca Black
Rebecca Black

https://youtu.be/QhotRuKaLjs the Alex jones show

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Mio Hai
Mio Hai

"They're existing right and you don't see them?" They're my neighbors, co-workers, drinking buddys... hell yeah, I see em. They have a GREAT network community that has support from the various tribes-owned casinos. Cherokee(Hard Rock!), Osage, ad infinitum, they're everywhere in Oklahoma. They have healthcare, food commodities, networked transportation, eldercare... hell, my friends are better off than me, lol. Matter of fact, although latter, in July of this year, turns out half of the state is "The Rez," lmao, and I say, America just got GREATER FOR THEM! ... check it out: https://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-court-oklahoma-idUSKBN24A268 !! Furthermore, I've gotta tell you that when the Redskins debacle came along, they were pretty IRKED. They LIKED the name. I ASKED, because I did want to know how they felt about it, from the horses mouth, and they(3 different tribes at the table; you shoulda heard them cutting each other down with racial jokes, lol... it was sumpthin... I didn't know HOW to act, I was just plannin on keepin my scalp & slinkin out the door if it started to sound like they weren't joking)-they concurred that it was nothing more than someone wanting attention=money. & now da gumint by the people was gonna take that away from them too. Emasculating a fierce warrior ain't gonna buy you any friends. Gotta revise their history too, lmao. n they weren't happy. They were disgusted, Now you know what they told me, from the horses' mouths.

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charles Hawkins
charles Hawkins

tail end of the flue ? lmao hes old enough to have some upbringing , i would have postphoned interview if i had the flue

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Kvhvtke
Kvhvtke

Muscogee Creek nation 👍👍👍👍

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Bekey Gill
Bekey Gill

I'm one minute in and guest says Texas is lucky to have a state park here or there. Texas has 80 state parks. Thus, is it not that true that Texas has many state parks?

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Ryan Agee
Ryan Agee

Not to shit on it but it falls under folklore.

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Bunji
Bunji

Within the first 3 minutes of the video I heard the historian state that Contemporary Native voices are not relevant for the narrative ! Why? Oral histories and family realities and inter-generational trauma past on from one generation to the next is not RELEVENT because its not written in a way that makes it VALID for the privileged historian as the AUTHORITY on the Natives! Speaking as an Indigenous person that has a PhD - earning my stripes in the mainstream to make our community VOICES speak our own stories in a way that is VALID and WORTHY. Speak about Native Americans, then honour people by inviting someone that IS Indigenous to participate in an inclusive show.

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Notus Notus
Notus Notus

They're not relevant because they didn't keep records. Oral history is completely useless and unreliable.

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Milo
Milo

"They're in danger of having their culture erased!" I mean, god I hope so. Whew, that culture was a doozy.

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Jesse Caldwell
Jesse Caldwell

Milo..not all of it

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Joel Tilson
Joel Tilson

The Lakota Sioux nation will finally get their sacred Black Hills within ten years. I sincerely hope all native tribes will overcome their problems and continue their culture, traditions including their language.

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The Real ToxicBeast
The Real ToxicBeast

That’s terrible no parks in Texas for all to enjoy.

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TJ
TJ

There are 89 state parks in Texas and 4 national forests..... don't believe everything you hear...

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Robert Morris
Robert Morris

Future humans will look back and ask, why the fuck continue a stupid idea like "reservations for indigenous people".

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Jesse Caldwell
Jesse Caldwell

Robert. Which future humans ? And for what reason..or reasons ? Because there are ..as there has always been the types that would want to get rid of reservations not because it's a situation that's screwed up..or because of screwing up ..but rather..to end reservations to at last make anyplace here in the country that red people stand on to be officially the U.S..and who would take over these areas ? Big brother Gov. ? Would the people living on the reservations be able to oversee and control the assurance that they are set in the most prosperous in the lands there ? I would bet you the people wouldn't..and instead be evicted as is what happens even now..what do we call it ..eliminate domain? Where your home is demanded taken and put a highway or lake on it ? I don't like that whole piece of work going in the direction where gas and oil companies come in ..or land sellers to profit off of the people and drive them to further desolation.

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Appleblade
Appleblade

From my reading, at the time, the Comanche had the superior fighting style (multiple arrow in the bow hand > single shot pistol or rifle... skill on horseback > those of US military), and so the prudent way to end the conflict was to kill all the delicious buffalo. : /

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Jesse Caldwell
Jesse Caldwell

Yeah..along with making groups to hunt them..and making other situations come about in order to be harmful to them..like paying for scalps and the sort.

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PlayaSinNombre
PlayaSinNombre

Coughing! Run!

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Victario
Victario

joe...it happened because of the railroad...the feds financed with the railroads the installation of the tracks thru Az and N.M. thus they divided the land between the Gov. and the railroads.

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Paul
Paul

History of how Commanche dealt with Northern Mexican Empire would maybe be worth a mention. Commancheria, also world wide cholera epidemic hit the Indigenous aswell

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Marion Kidwell
Marion Kidwell

That's in the book.

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