Science has been crucifying a number of sacred taboo myths recently. The latest to fall is the idea of the “noble savage,” since it turns out that Mongolian immigration to the New World produced an ecocidal holocaust of ancient creatures:
The discovery of at least 200 mammoth skeletons near Mexico City may help explain why the species became extinct, archaeologists have said.
It appears the beasts may have been butchered by humans between 10,000 and 20,000 years ago.
“We have about 200 mammoths, about 25 camels, five horses,” said archaeologist Rubén Manzanilla López, from the National Institute of Anthropology and History.
It turns out that humans behave like yeast: anywhere they go, they consume all of the resources and then die out, leaving behind civilization remnants like the Amerinds who were scalping, killing, raping, stealing, burning, and looting their way across the Americas for centuries.
The old notion that the European colonists brought death and horror to America turns out to be completely false, since this group has preserved many creatures, while those who were there before they exterminated everything they could eat.