The older native man had a way of looking at life very different from the newcomer, the integration between the two was not compatible with either side. Contunuously the local tribes had to move to other areas and start again, at a certain time they lived far enough apart so that 500 years would pass. These newly arrived men were continually bothering with destruction even to make their horses jump on small children and at the slightest opportunity they killed young children as a sport. The native man was in communion with nature, tribe and family and the newcomer had a vortex incomprehensible to the older natives, so they were putting distance, but sooner or later they were and everything started again until finally the number of natives would descend by extrés and by difficulty of being established in a stable and safe place so that already very depleted could have been absorbed at all.