No. You're an idiot. In fact, Native Americans helped America win World War II in a huge way.
The Allies couldn't manage to come up with a code to communicate strategies and planned troop movements that the Germans couldn't break. That was until some clever American thought of Navajo--an obscure, non-Western language only spoken in America that is so different than any other language that Germans could not figure it out, though try they did.
So Native Americans, native speakers of Navajo, were made into communication officers and deployed with generals throughout the Allied command in all the European war theaters, and they communicated critical top secret information back and forth to each other in Navajo and then interpreted the meaning to command.
The Germans had Enigma. We had American Indians speaking Navajo. We cracked Enigma. Germany never cracked Navajo.
Watch the movie Windtalkers some time. It's a historical drama that documents this integral piece of American history and how American Indian soldiers speaking Navajo were instrumental to the Allies winning World War II.