Table of contents for Columbus and other cannibals : the wãaetiko disease of exploitation, imperialism and terrorism / Jack D. Forbes.

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Contents
Foreword by Derrick Jensen
Acknowledgments
Introduction	
The Central Problem of Human Life Today
Chapter One	
The Genesis of the Universe and the Creation of Love
Chapter Two	
Consuming Another's Life: The Wøtiko Cannibal Psychosis
Chapter Three	
Columbus: Cannibal and Hero of Genocide
Chapter Four	
Deception, Brutality, and Greed: The Spread of the Disease
Chapter Five	
The Structure of the Cannibal's Insanity: Arrogance, Lust, and Materialism
Chapter Six	
How People Become Insane: The Process of Corruption
Chapter Seven	
The Møtchi Syndrome: Fascination with Evil
Chapter Eight	
Colonialism, Europeanization, and the Destruction of Native (Authentic) Cultures
Chapter Nine
Savages, Free People, and the Loss of Freedom
Chapter Ten 
Terrorism: A frequent Aspect of Wøtiko Behavior
Chapter Eleven	
Male Violence, Female Subordination, and the Perpetuation of Aggressive Violence 
Chapter Twelve	
Organized Crime: Planned Aggression and Predation
Chapter Thirteen 
If Jesus Were to Return
Chapter Fourteen 
Seeking Sanity: Reversing the Process of Brutalization
Chapter Fifteen 
Finding a Good Path; A Path with Heart 
The Universe is Our Holy Book 
 
Notes
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Indians, Treatment of -- America -- History.
Indians -- Violence against -- America.
Indians -- Colonization.
America -- Discovery and exploration.
America -- Colonization.
America -- Race relations.
Europe -- Colonies -- America.