Very simply we will can not afford to trust anyone who does not share our blood again. Everytime we have over the last 500 years a little more of us dies off and is lost. The issue here really has nothing to do with you or your race and culture, it has everything to do with preserving, maintaining and nurturing our own race and culture back to health. I don't know why so many whites and blacks find this so offensive.
Perhaps they find this so offensive is because they really have no empathy. They do not even know their own history. What they believe is their history, is only half truth. They are blinded by the government propaganda taught in school. I get very angry when I hear black americans, calling for "repreations" from the government. I refuse to call them "african americans". Few, if any, were born in africa. They believe that slavery began with the amerikan government. In amerika , it was begun by the spanish, dutch, french and british. Yet, I never hear any black americans demanding that the spanish, french, dutch or british governments pay them the "reprations". My father is so proud of the fact that we are direct decendants of jefferson davis, the only president of the confederate states of amerika. There is no honor in that fact. The man was a coward. When union forces captured him he was dressed as a woman trying to save his own ass. If the black amerikans knew their own history, they would not have defaced a statue of Robert E. Lee. He was anti slavery. They would also know how the spanish treated the Inca, Maya, Aztec, and the First Nations in the south west u.s., who were taken as slaves to work in their gold and silver mines. Sorry Wali, I mean no disrespect, only stating truth.
StormsRider, we are living under the amerikan version of the nazi party. All who are not born white are sub human, and only fit for extermination. I have no choice but to believe I am descended of the First Nations. I can not believe that my grandmother or other elders woudl lie to me. If their words are proven to be false, I would have no choice but to believe it was a lie. If a lie, I would still throw my lot in with the First Nations. That is where my heart belongs.