Temp. 2 cap. 7 ¿Perdón o no? y ¿por qué? en el conflicto México-España y la Conquista

Temp. 2 cap. 7 ¿Perdón o no? y ¿por qué? en el conflicto México-España y la Conquista

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Descripción de Temp. 2 cap. 7 ¿Perdón o no? y ¿por qué? en el conflicto México-España y la Conquista

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Destreza

He seguido escuchando y solo hacen ataques a España con mentiras y incongruencias,desde luego con gente tan ignorante que sólo le mueve el odio y la envidia en imposible debatir,la historia no está al servicio de vuestro orgullo. Y ustedes no son indígenas,dejen de decir " nosotros",ustedes son mexicanos,más o menos mestizos,punto. Ah!, y no diran que los españoles no mejoraron la raza..

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Destreza

Dejen su estúpido orgullo,el orgullo habla por ustedes,piden perdón por el indígena muerto mientras desprecian al vivo,es un hecho.Sus históricos enemigos son la ignorancia y la violencia,la vagancia y los anglosajones, que incluso los humillan públicamente,no España.

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