Princeton Slavery to Black Agenda

Princeton folds. Woodrow Wilson, is being beheaded and a bunch of idiotic privileged children are to blame. ARGHHH!

History cannot be eradicated no matter how hard you try. It is persistent. It is stubborn, and no matter what you might dislike about it, you have no power to change the facts.   So a bunch of overly spoiled elite children attending the prestigious school of Princeton which boasts a ‘racial diversity’ of 7%, well above the 4% of black youth entering colleges around the US, want to expel Woodrow Wilson from history, and Princeton is bowing to their demands.

Wilson was born in 1856. The Civil war was fought from 1861 to 1865, 150 years ago!   He was a part of the Confederacy as were 11 states including; Florida, Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Texas, South Carolina, Virginia, Louisiana, Arkansas, Tennessee, and North Carolina.   These states fought for slavery.   Headline: They lost. But if these bored, unimaginative, pompous students have their way, I suppose we should ask these states to succeed from the United States because of their Confederacy stance.

In fact, anyone who has any connection to these states must no longer be allowed to do business because they are obviously racist. Any relative of anyone who was a part of the confederacy should face civil penalties, a trial and a lashing. This law shall be in place for perpetuity. In addition, given that some blacks were slave owners as well, they too shall be subject to this law.

The first slave owner in US history was Anthony Johnson, a black man. Prior to Mr. Johnson’s assertions, indentured servants were forced to work for a period of seven years per a contract and then they gained their freedom, bought land, and ran farms. But when one of Johnson’s indentured servants reached the end of his term and left a free man to work elsewhere, Johnson sued the new employer and won the right to own his servants and indenture them for as long as he wanted. Thus slavery was BORN.

Halleluiah, slavery in the US was created by a black man.

This would mean that all descendants of Mr. Anthony Johnson should hereinafter be jailed and horse whipped… In 1860, 3000 blacks/Negroes living in New Orleans owned slaves which represented nearly 30% of the negroes that lived in the city!

In contrast to their white counterparts, most black slave owners owned upwards of 10 to 80+ slaves, while most whites owned 1 or 2 with a small percentage (1%) known as slave magnates who owned 50+.

Does this mean we must hunt down these black slave owners and erase their names from history?  Apparently a slew of university students would believe this is a proper agenda today.

But slavery was not merely a black conscription, white Irish prisoners were sold into the slave trade by James I, King of England in the early sixteen hundreds. White slaves were sold to Antigua and Montserrat where 70% of the population were Irish slaves. As a result of this slave trade, Irelands population went from 1.5 million to a mere 600,000 in one decade.   They were sold to New England, Jamaica, Barbados, and Virginia. And the practice wasn’t abolished until 1839. They worked the land for their black owners as well as their white owners.

The point of history is to learn the whole truth, not just selected bits and pieces edited and transcribed for a false premise and a false doctrine for perpetrating chaos and divide.

Moral:  The point is that slavery was not a racial agenda, it was an elitist agenda that dates back thousands of years. It crosses all lines of color and is rooted in society, culture and money.   So, my children, ‘before you cry fowl, it might be wise to see if the wolf is a person of color… or something much deeper in our psyche that has its beginnings in – the Middle East.’  History lesson 101.

2 thoughts on “Princeton Slavery to Black Agenda

  1. I hate to nitpick, but I see two factual errors: (1.) Woodrow Wilson was born Dec. 28, 1856 — not in 1817. (2.) You stated: “But slavery was not merely a black conscription, white Irish prisoners were sold into the slave trade by James II, King of England in the early sixteen hundreds.” James I (aka James VI of Scotland) reigned as King of England from 1603 to 1625. If any Irish were made slaves during the “early 1600’s,” their enslavement would have taken place during the reign of James I. James II was deposed in the so-called ‘Glorious Revolution’ of 1688. which brought a Dutch prince, William of Orange, to the throne of England.

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    • Ouch! You are right on the date WW was born – I will make the correction. Thank you! The Proclamation was made law in 1625 legalizing the Irish slave trade. The trade had been widely going on prior to the Proclamation and continued for decades after. You are correct regarding the JamesI/VI dating, some sources make the James II claim and others the James I claim. Upon further reading I concur with your input – again thank you! The point of the article remains – slavery has been a part of history and has crossed color lines continually. Instead of promoting the ‘color’ of slavery, we should focus on the term ‘slavery’. Today that focus should be on the children and women who are still forced into slavery – no matter their color.

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