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- "black, yellow and brown" are not "ethnicities", you enormous bigot, they are just racial group identities based on gross outdated categorizations based on skin color. And ethnicity is something entirely different.

- how could the early Indigenous of precolombian America be "colonizers" more than 12,000 years ago, when there was very likely nobody else on Turtle Island? Who did they imposed their culture and views on? Just being bands of nomads doesn't make one people into colonizers. It takes more.. it takes relations of domination and appropriation dynamics, more related to a sedentary lifestyle.

Furthermore these early natives did not conquer the place... they've been hanging out in what is now Alaska and coastal Yukon, when this region was much warmer than the rest of the Ice Age North America. There's evidence they were doing fishing trips all around the Bering Strait, and it wasn't just single historical crossing. Horse skeletons and artifacts have been found in northern Yukon coast dating as far back as 15,000 years ago. They were in this area already... just traveling around. This ain't what colonizers do.