a simplistic analogy is a poor analogy when dealing with complex issues. besides, the cisco kid, he was a friend of mine. hasta la victoria siempre. imagine if the lenape tribe, which inhabited the delaware and lehigh valley to include the area where new york city and long island is, were pushed westward beginning in the mid 1600s until they finally ended up in the dakotas. living there or three hundred years, they intermarried extensively, and yet still managed to maintain a very small remnant of their tribal identity. then, about two hundred and fifty years later, in the early 1900s, they decide they want to return home, and a combined body of european and asian powers decide that a new country, lenapia, would be formed in their former hunting grounds of NYC and the surrounding area. by the mid 1900s, the lenape shove the new yorkers out to long island and just take over completely the whole NYC region, leaving the new yorkers with no rights, living in abject poverty and under the thumb of and rule of the lenapes. to maintain that hegemony, the lenapes receive modern weaponry from china, who also subsidize them with an incredible financial aid package. meanwhile, many of the native new yorkers have been relegated to refugee camps. the new yorkers want to avoid being pushed out of long island so resistance movements form and fight back with whatever is at their disposal. now whose side do you think you are on, because the lenape people still exist actually, and they have more of a claim to their ancient lands than do european jews have to israel.