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Christopher Columbus, Pedophile, Thief, Rapist & a Murderer
By far the most brutal human to have lived in the Americas is Christopher Columbus. Christopher Columbus set sail on August 3rd, 1492 to find a new passage to China and India but instead ran into Hispaniola and Cuba. After cruising throughout the Atlantic Ocean, Italian explorer Christopher Columbus sights the Bahamas islands, believing he has reached East Asia. His expedition went ashore and claimed the land for Isabella and Ferdinand of Spain, who sponsored his crusade to discover a western ocean path to China, India, and the fabled gold and spice islands of Asia. Upon reaching the shore of the new world, Christopher Columbus began to systematically pillage and enslave the natives of the Bahamas and Cuba.
Responsible for 12 to 15 Million Guanahatabey, Ciboney, and Taíno people murdered
The Depraved Crimes of Christopher Columbus:
- Kidnapped and enslaved more than a thousand people on Hispaniola
- Responsible for the mass suicide of 50,000 Caribs, Guanahatabey, Ciboney, and Taíno peoples
- Only 500 (Out of 300,000) Guanahatabey, Ciboney, and Taíno people remained after 56 years of colonization
- The selling of 9 & 10 years olds into sexual slavery
An actual account of the destruction of the indies by Bartolomé de las Casas, who at 18 participated in the mistreatment of the Tinos people for over a decade.
“They [Spanish explorers] forced their way into native settlements, slaughtering everyone they found there, including small children, old men, pregnant women, and even women who had just given birth. They hacked them to pieces, slicing open their bellies with their swords as though they were so many sheep herded into a pen. They even laid wagers on whether they could slice a man in two at a stroke, or cut an individual’s head from his body, or disembowel him with a single blow of their axes. They grabbed suckling infants by the feet and, ripping them from their mothers’ breasts, dashed them headlong against the rocks. Others, laughing and joking all the while, threw them over their shoulders, shouting, ‘Wriggle, you little perisher.’
At the time that de las Casa wrote this in 1542, only 200 Taíno people were left out of 12-15 million natives.
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