I knew I'd trigger you.
Huh? This is fun for me.
To recap, you asked a direct question, got a direct answer, admitted you were wrong then accused me of being triggered.
The Spaniards wiped out the Aztecs all by themselves.
Wrong again, Copernicus. Small pox did most of the heavy lifting. This goes doubly so with N American societies. Most of them never even saw an evil white man. The ones that managed to survive the first few years of colonization gave war back almost as good as they got it. The Seminole for example were only subdued by their own political infighting and greed. They were whipping the US Calvary up and down the southern Atlantic coast for decades. Everyone feared the Comanche for good reason.
isn't the actions of colonization?
No, of course not. The Iraqis eventually elected their own government. I'm not going to defend what we did there but it wasn't colonization. You can prove me wrong by pointing to an American settlement with schools, churches, strip malls Taco Bells and strodes.
It was, and they did.
No, dummy, they didn't. The Iroquois Confederacy was pretty big. You could probably call that a "Nation" and be safe. But the parts of it you might point as evidence really came about after evil white men showed up and in response to them. The major concern of most First Peoples was making war on one another. The idea of owning land was totally ludicrous to Native People. It would be like buying a cloud or the wind. A People can exist without land, just ask the Kurds or any of the other 5000 Peoples around the world who all have a distinct culture and shared history but no Nation of their own.
I mention the Kurds specifically because we should have colonized Iraq. We should have carved the whole thing up like a turkey. The Kurds were good friends to us and deserve a Nation of their own and we betrayed them. But of course had we done that, you'd be here crying about the evil white man who sawed off part of Iraq to make an evil colony.
This disproves that facts Europeans have been the most successful colonizers, how?
I didn't know I was supposed to disprove this, but here goes:
The Chinese are really good colonizers. Many of the people they absorbed into their Empire dont even have names, they're totally gone. Poof. Even after losing most of the major battles with the Mongols they survived intact and to an extent colonized them from within. Serious talent. The Polynesians colonized almost all of the Pacific Ocean -60 million square miles!- in row boats. DNA evidence says they made as far as South America (that's the one shaped like an ice-cream cone).
I assume no one has ever taught you The First Rule of Holes? Huh?