Sitting Bull is and was a hero who is celebrated by America's indigenous peoples, Native Americans. He was an Indian chief who fought on behalf of his people against General Armstrong Custer and the U.S. forces. Crazy Horse and Chief Gall were other militant leaders of the American indigenous peoples. Were Sitting Bull, Crazy Horse and Chief Gall terrorists because they were fighting for their ethnic group, for their indigenous rights and culture? Or were they heroes? Were they evil terrorists, or were they heroes? American and European history books describe them as heroes and not as terrorists. Meanwhile, militant nationalists in Europe are described as terrorists and murderers because they are fighting for exactly the same ideals. Isn't that hypocritical and extremely racist?