Slavery Never Existed.

Apparently historians have decided that history needs some editing, specifically during the time period in which Egyptian Pharaohs used ‘slaves’ to build the temples and pyramids. Historians have decided that this is all a myth, that they weren’t really ‘slaves’, they were free laborers, conscripts, who were paid a wage and needed the work.   The basis for this shift is in the term ‘conscript’.   It is not unlike obligatory military service wherein housing and meals are provided in return for labor. Another term used to identify the laborers who built the pyramids is – civil servant. And civil servants require a ‘strong government’ body to … force them into slave labor.

Hmmm.

Is this some weird way of heralding in Social-Communism?

Of course there is the fact that a conscript in the military is not free to leave, as this would be considered AWAL, and grounds for court marshal, the terminology is rather obliquely conveyed to serve a purpose, albeit a strange one.

The entire basis of this new conclusion is the fact that a dozen intact skeletons were found in a shaft constructed of mud and brick behind the Giza pyramids. According to this conclusive evidence, historians conjecture that if they were slaves they would not have been buried, and they had to have been pyramid builders because their grave was behind a pyramid.

YIMINEE.

Interesting logic, not for its conclusion but for its absolute immature irrational thinking process.

Oddly, this same logic would seem not to apply to black slaves in Europe and the US who were buried, many with headstones and inscriptions.   Should we then conclude that the slaves in Europe, the white slaves of the Barbary Coast, and all slaves of history were not really slaves, but simply civil servants, laborers?

A friend shared with me that a man who is of black, white and Hispanic heritage believes that all white men should pay remuneration to all black men because of past slavery.   Of course, given that this man is partially white, wouldn’t his white part have to thus pay all black men?   And if we apply his remuneration logic, wouldn’t his black part have to pay all European whites for their Barbary Coast slave trade?   And given that Spain was considered a pioneer of the Transatlantic Slave Trade, wouldn’t this man’s Hispanic heritage make him libel to his black heritage and all black men?

He’d go broke.

Of course all of this is on the heels of the new agenda in which all white men are brutalized as having ‘white privilege’ for which they must be made to suffer and curl into a ball of shame.    But shame isn’t the real agenda, the real agenda is redistribution of $$$$.   A stage is being set for a special white privilege tax to be levied, lawsuits to erupt, and chaos to ensue.

So let’s do what the historians have done regarding the Egyptian slavery – let’s simply redefine it as civil conscription, i.e. a necessary service in order to build agriculture which benefits everyone…

And women were not really property or chattel, they were laborers who were ‘persuaded’ to have more children so as to benefit society with their added labor and protection.

Problem solved!! Slavery never existed.

Racial Division in the US

A young AP Correspondent has written an article in which she laments how the scars of slavery and racism and segregation were all lifted – until Trump became President. And now they permeate our country in every nook and cranny, even the smallest of towns where there was once unity, as in North Carolina. She then continues her woe begone tale and mentions the Ku Klux Klan’s presence in this small town in the 1980’s… well before Trump. She talks about a woman being harassed and targeted for her color in the 1970’s. Well before Trump. What she doesn’t mention is the fact that the division didn’t just occur this year – in fact the division was throughout the Obama presidency, Reagan, Carter, Bush, Bush, Clinton, Carter, etc…

Few would argue that the Ku Klux Klan is a racist, bigoted, divisive, hate group. But they didn’t materialize suddenly when Trump became president, and in fact their origins have roots in Hillary’s household. Perspective. There are estimated to be about 3000 members of the KKK nationwide. That would represent .0009% of the total population.

This young Correspondent reiterates about the ‘scars of slavery’ that these people have endured and overcome… But slavery ended in the US in 1863, 154 years ago – or the equivalent of roughly 5-6 generations… or her great, great, great, grandfather. I don’t know much about my great, great, great, grandfather, but I imagine he suffered hardships and trials that have absolutely no effect on me today whatsoever.

Of course no weeping article would be complete without targeting ‘police brutality’. Websites abound on the brutality of US police citing the fact that every year some 100-1000 people are shot by police officers.   Of course, they fail to mention – why they are shot.  In the commission of a crime?   Here’s a great headline: “Over 5000 civilians killed by police since 9-11”. Yes, and 90-99% of those civilians were brandishing a weapon, and/or committing a crime, and/or fleeing a crime.  Wait.  Isn’t that what cops do?

During the Obama administration the citing of police brutality reached its peak.   Odd.   Racial divisiveness was propagated and reached its peak. During his administration there were 40% MORE protests than the previous administration, MORE than the number of protests during the previous 20 years, and just over the total for the previous 30 years!  I’d say that was pretty divisive!

A list has been compiled which delineates the police shootings and why. Armed robberies, carjackings, stabbings, sexual misconduct with a child, kidnapping, the list goes on. Does this negate the fact that there have been issues of police brutality? No. It simply provides perspective. Death rates by gun in the US average 10 per 100,000, or roughly 33,000 per year. Over 60% are suicides, and approximately 10-12,000 are homicides. Of those homicides, it is estimated 50-75% are gang related.   If we eliminated gangs, our homicide rate would be less than half…

Perspective. Homicide by gun – 10,000. Homicide by abortion – 1 million. In fact the rate of deaths by guns is ranked 23rd out of 33 causal factors with ‘struck by lightening’ last. As for police brutality – the numbers would be less than ‘struck by lightening’.

Blame. Certainly not a new game, but its pervasive use has grown exponentially. Blame Trump. Blame whites. Blame white males. Poor Native Americans. Poor blacks, always the victim. Really? If we really want to blame whites, then we should blame Germany, France, the UK, Italy, Spain, and The Netherlands – because that’s where all the American whites originated some 500 odd years ago. Let’s blame the Europeans!

Not to leave out Australia – which was colonized by a bunch of thieves from the UK who then attempted to eradicate the Aboriginals through mass murders…and the introduction of smallpox. So lets blame the Brits!

And slavery? Slavery was common in Europe during the Dark Ages. But it didn’t originate there. It is known to have existed in 3500 BC in the Egyptian, Arab, Chinese, Babylonian (Persians), Nubian (blacks and Egyptians) and even the pre-Columbia cultures of North America, which would include the Aztecs and Native Americans. So let’s blame slavery on the peoples that created it – everyone!

While this sloppy article attempts to create a pool of sympathy for slaves, animosity toward whites, police, and Trump, it really simply opens Pandora’s Box and shows that the statistics, the facts, and history reveal that the real problems with society originated um, everywhere, by um, everyone, forever.

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.

Confederate Flag – justice vs forgiveness

The Civil War, The Confederate Flag, Pearl Harbor, Bolsheviks, Henry VIII – a common theme…

Sometimes morality and legality become intertwined. I was recently debating the issue with a lawyer friend of mine. She was talking about the legal ramifications of property that has been stolen/confiscated and when it should and should not be a legal concern. Property taken by the Nazi’s from the Jews during WWII is considered property of the Jewish people. But property taken from the Greeks by the Romans or British – is not.

Why?

If property is stolen as in a spoil of war should the law return the property no matter the time that has lapsed?

When we talk about the American Civil War we zoom in on the the cause and effects and make an arbitrary determination that a flag is symbolic of slavery because it was the succession flag of the Confederates. From a biblical point of view, this would make the flag somewhat of an ‘idol’. As though burning it will change the heart.

Some of the more vocal Hollywooders try to liken Confederacy with Nazism. I suppose that makes Merkel = to Hitler and Putin = to Stalin and Obama = Idi Amin. Should all Italians be punished as descendants of Nero and his depravity? Should all Japanese be likened to Admiral Yamamoto who successfully attacked Pearl Harbor? Should all men be caned for their enslaving of women for centurries? Should all Jews be responsible for the Communist Bolshevik slaughter of the Russian Tzar and his entire family including children?

At what point do we – let it be? Do we put a legal time limit on forgiving – say forty years?

My friend’s point in allowing the return of Nazi spoils but not allowing the return of British spoils of Greek antiquity was that legal chaos would ensue as battle upon battle vied for property rights that were thousands of years old. I see her point, but then in legal terms we would need to put an absolute time limit on the return of property – and by moral right – a legal time limit on holding grudges.

The American Civil War was 150 years ago. It’s history has been written and rewritten, erased and rewritten probably nearly as many times as the years that have passed. Given that the flag of the US represents the slaughter of American Indians, should we abolish it? Should the British burn their flag because it represents a history rife in war, immorality, beheadings, and misery? Should we ban all ancient Roman symbols because they can relate to the atrocities of Nero?

Should we demand that the Japanese, the Germans, the Austrians, the Koreans, the Vietnamese, the Mexicans all create new flags? Will that change their hearts? Where is the defining line?

At what point is Stalin history? Is Henry the VIIIth forgotten? Sweden and Norway were still beheading people into the twentieth century, do we let it go or do we demand submission?

While forgiveness is a form of letting go, it is also a form of moving forward, taking responsibility, and striving to make sure what happened, never happens again. We can’t do that if we keep using the past as justification for bitterness. Surely, the demented boy who shot the church goers while in service was heinous! But that boy should be convicted as one – not a race. It is no different than convicting all blacks every time a black person robs, attakcs, or executes another. The mistake is repeated but now in a grandly hypocritical way. To put so much value in a symbol, an idol, a flag, will do nothing but create a new rage of injustice. It is merely shifting the target, the cause, the source, and giving it a new breath.

The Confederate flag may be gone from our history, but slavery has simply morphed and grown exponentially. Perhaps a better focus would be on this heinous cancer of sexual slavery that is allowed to be perpetrated on children of all colors, ages, sizes, genders and class. Perhaps the indignation needs to refocus on what is truly the largest and most perverse injustice today. Not some silly flag – not some overgrown prickly agenda, but on the crime of life.

Maybe holding on to an injustice is something like saving a portion of your meal, putting it in the refrigerator to preserve as leftovers, but eventually finding the food spoils, and soon rots, growing mold and decay from what was once something rather good. Justice is good when properly employed, but when we clutch it with a feverish vengeance, it rots.

We don’t forget – we move on – before our hearts suffer the same consequence and rot, decay and mold.