Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles Ugh... Evil. Pure evil. (♪) Invader. He got lost coming here, and he's the one that named us Indians, because he thought he was in India, so he's not a good figure to the native community. Confused. (chuckling) I don't think we should have a holiday for it. (chuckling) Pain. Claiming North America as-- as like, land that could be claimed, and could be taken. So the start of a lot of pain. (man off-camera) Christopher Columbus. Mmm. Uh, I guess ignorance. Oh my God, murderer, rapist. Genocide. The atrocities committed-- just grotesque, um. And the scars are still felt today. Evil. Evil. Uh, fuck him! Yeah, fuck Columbus. Fuck Christopher Columbus. This would be "fuck you." He's the first terrorist in America, that's for sure. According to the U.S. Government law, it says, "If you partake in somebody that's stealing, then you're just as guilty." Everybody knows the United States's story line, so therefore, all those that aren't orig-- aboriginal, that knows about the genocide, the rape, the murder, the theft, the putting on the reservations on a rock that they couldn't survive on, they're going to have to face judgment. Murderer. Um, rapist. It always was weird to me to have that day off in celebration of somebody. Like, we don't have a day for Hitler, but it's, you know, it's the same thing. Like, there are so many other people that Italian Americans or Italians can hold up as their heroes besides Columbus. Wrong! (chuckling) Fake. Fake. They teach us that Christopher Columbus discovered America. That Christopher Columbus didn't discover anything, and instead got lost.