By Terry Melanson (Oct. 30, 2015)

By 1870, the USA's population tripled from its 1830 population, to 39 million. American xenophobia also began during that time. The natives had been exterminated or removed, African slaves largely accepted their lot, and Anglos dominated, especially in the Eastern Establishment. Immigrants did not get the red carpet treatment, although their horrid living conditions were better than what they left in Europe. American life expectancy was greater than Europe’s early on, as whites plundered such a rich continent. The USA became a relief valve for Europe’s huddled masses. By 1900, the USA had 76 million people in it, nearly all of whom were of European extraction, except for nine million Africans.

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While the English secured the lands of Virginia and vicinity, religious fanatics conquered New England. The Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth Rock were Calvinist Christians, and their dour, fearful philosophy contained a catalog of sinful behaviors that boggle today’s minds, such as kissing one’s child on the Sabbath or laughing. Calvinist fanaticism would lead to one of the West’s last witch trials and executions, in 1692 in Salem. American mythology has held that Calvinists came to the New World for religious freedom, but the facts do not support that notion. The Mayflower's Pilgrims came from the Netherlands, where they had already escaped their persecution in England. They sought economic opportunity, not religious freedom. They were sailing to the English colony at Virginia in 1620, or perhaps the mouth of the Hudson River, but bad weather and poor navigation landed them in present-day Massachusetts. They came ashore on land that had already been depopulated by European disease, and the Wampanoag tribe fed them and taught the English city dwellers how to farm and survive in the New World.


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“To the mortification of the mission board, but to the delight of Neyroz and his congregation,”

Iraq was prominent in the Arab effort against Israel, eagerly fielding troops and aiding Palestinian victims of Jewish aggression. Iraq was the radical Arab nation, with strong secular roots, and partly because of that radicalism had the Middle East’s highest standard of living. For all of Saddam Hussein’s crimes and failures, Iraq was an anomaly in the Middle East, as a substantial share of Iraq’s oil revenues were devoted to improving the standard of living of Iraq’s citizenry. That attitude of benefiting the domestic population was the direct opposite of how the USA's puppet states have always operated. Iraq was the most socially advanced Arab nation in 1990. Iraq has one of the world's largest oil deposits, which has attracted the interest of the world's powers for the past century.


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The first Jamestown war ended in 1614, when Powhatan refused to pay the astronomical ransom that the English were demanding for his captured daughter, Pocahontas. He instead accepted her marriage to an English settler who was experimenting with raising tobacco for export. Pocahontas’s forced marriage was one of only three recorded Anglo-Pamunkey marriages during the 17th century. The Smith-Pocahontas love story was originally a fabrication by Smith, and today’s tale is a retread of a probably true story of a native woman sparing a member of the ill-fated , in Florida, nearly a century earlier.

c. 13,000 BCE by boat and 9,000 BCE by land

The on Route 3 in the County of Siskiyou (003SIS 9.75) is officially named the "".This bridge was named in honor of Erling Hjertager, an exceptionally generousindividual who continuously and unreservedly contributed to the community ofScott Valley over a period of fifty years. He donated their time and capital tothe community of Scott Valley in times of dire need and emergency. ErlingHjertager was known to personally fly individuals, at a moments notice and freeof charge, to San Francisco that were in need of medical attention. ErlingHjertager was a successful entrepreneur and owner of a sawmill that employedmany in the County of Siskiyou and provided an incredible amount of lumber tothe World War II effort. Erling Hjertager was a true community leader thatheaded the Boy Scouts, sponsored local basketball teams, lead the Masonicsociety, anonymously donated to numerous charities, and delivered wood to theelderly during the winter season. Named by Assembly Concurrent Resolution (ACR)108, Resolution Chapter 84, on 07/11/2006.

Via Siberia-Alaska (15 kya by boat, 11 kya by land)

The portion of Route 3 between Callahan at post-mile 8.8 and Etna atpost-mile 19.7 in the County of Siskiyou is named the "". This segment was named in honor of Crynthiaand Erling Hjertager, two exceptionally generous individuals who continuouslyand unreservedly contributed to the community of Scott Valley over a period offifty years. They donated their time and capital to the community of ScottValley in times of dire need and emergency. For example, Erling Hjertager wasknown to personally fly individuals, at a moments notice and free of charge, toSan Francisco that were in need of medical attention. Erling Hjertager was asuccessful entrepreneur and owner of a sawmill that employed many in the Countyof Siskiyou and provided an incredible amount of lumber to the World War IIeffort. Both Crynthia and Erling Hjertager were true community leaders thatheaded the Boy Scouts, sponsored local basketball teams, lead the Masonicsociety, anonymously donated to numerous charities, and delivered wood to theelderly during the winter season. Named by Assembly Concurrent Resolution (ACR)108, Resolution Chapter 84, on 07/11/2006.