|More and more liberals approve this practice|
Therefore, since Boston is celebrating the broad 'Indigenous Peoples Day', it stands to reason it doesn't think things like torture, human sacrifice, matricide, infanticide, patricide, slavery, and wars of tribal conquest are necessarily bad. In fact, apparently they're praiseworthy, since to celebrate Columbus is to celebrate all of his sins. So stands the logic behind eradicating his memory from our history must happen because we can no longer tolerate the unforgiven able sins.
On the other hand, in a nation where our womenfolk have successfully aborted over 65 million of their pregnancies in a few decades to sustain our modern sex and drugs culture during the AIDS pandemic as suicides, violent crimes and drug overdoses claim our children in unprecedented numbers, it's not hard to see those things aren't especially bad for post-modern values. Nor is it difficult to see a growing number of Americans warming up to the old practices that were driven out by the rascally West.
So in a way, it makes perfect sense. There was a time we felt the pagan peoples of the New World benefited from the civilization of science, democracy, and Christian virtues, if not the Gospel itself. Today we reject all of those, seeing nothing positive at all brought to these shores from Europe. And yes, that includes science. We no longer cheer the indigenous peoples despite such practices as human sacrifice, slavery and infanticide. No. With each passing day, it becomes clear that American liberals and Democrats celebrate the indigenous peoples precisely because they engaged in such practices.
And the American Catholic Church apparently approves this message. A prophetic song apparently, as the descendants of pagan Americans effectively paganize America along with all the glories of a pagan society: