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excellent video addressing the hidden history they don't want you to remember- white slavery, including white slaves in colonial America. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MwN-Pdfd-Qo&t=5s
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an article by Atticus Howard LTC Alexander Vindman’s name is supposedly on it. The list is thought to be at the White House for the President’s approval before it goes to the Senate for its Advice An... View More
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Was the Civil War Really About Slavery? (see resource notes- numbers in parentheses) Well, in part, but not in the way it is claimed today. Not for freeing the slaves, only for preventing the expansio... View More
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we are having a discussion on a facebook group that directly bears on this. because it has so much more information than i gave in this post, i decided to copy it here: Jerry Cox hmmm... an 80% tax sounds familiar..... Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc yep- that was the tax before Reagan brought it down Jerry Cox Jerry Cox Fyuri LeBlanc and the federal tax on the southern states Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc Jerry Cox that wasn't a tax. that was a culmination of tariffs. the federal government didn't introduce a tax until Lincoln passed the first income tax in March of 1861 Jerry Cox Jerry Cox same end result Fyuri LeBlanc the income tax he passed was 3% and it was on top of the tariffs Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc the reason the burden was so hard and the southern states were so mad was because it wasn't a tax. it was a tariff, supposedly designed to be levied on foreign interests. instead, it was used against the southern states when they purchased materials from the north and had them shipped to the south. as a result, it hit the southern states but not the north. that is what made them so mad. had it been a tax, it would have hit everyone. because it was a tariff that was not even supposed to be on citizens, they were being charged something supposedly reserved for Europeans. Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc now that the republicans are calling for the dems to change their name because of their supposed reasons for the civil war, and their connection to slavery, let's see how long it takes for them to correct the record on the real reasons for that particular war, if they even know their own history Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc and btw, only a small percentage of the south owned slaves- primarily democrats. Donny Davis Donny Davis Fyuri LeBlanc good look trying to beat the truth into these dumb brainwashed son of a bitches they haven't a clue about the Morrill tariff act that was implemented on the south leading up to the war and as far as slavery not many really gave a shit one way or another back then as it was the norm but I guess the victors got to write the history books Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc Donny Davis actually the victors didn't, but the dems took over the government in the years after the civil war. they took over New York with a political machine that controlled not only the south but the north and the presidency for many years to come. that is how history got rewritten. they rewrote it to hide their part in all of it. Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc you see, it may sound like the republicans did all of the tariffs, but they didn't. they were a new party when Lincoln was elected. the parties that controlled the north were the democrats and the whigs. primarily the democrats because the whigs were quite ineffective. maybe i should do a post on the influences of the northern democrats on how the south went to war. there was a split between the southern democrats and the northern democrats. the south thought the northern democrats had their back. they didn't Jerry Cox Jerry Cox northern "elite's" Jerry Cox Jerry Cox they have always considered people not in the city as below them Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc it was the northern democrats who inherited the kingdom, not the dixiecrats. everyone likes to blame the dixiecrats. even today. in truth, they only held sway in the south and they were very much capitalists. they also were as conservative as the republicans compared to the democrats of the north. they really were, in essence, two different parties Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc when the south began to industrialize, it was the northern democrats who were in the cities and in the industries of the south. they had come down from the north. there was a lot of friction between them and the rural people. they also were at odds with the elite of the south- the plantation owners- who the rural people hated. Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc what drew all of the south together were the tariffs. not slavery. the rural and industrial people hated slavery. only the plantation owners and the elite had use for that institution. it was because of the tariffs, not any other reason, that the rural people and the industrial complex of the south joined with the plantation owners to fight the north. had it not been for the tariffs, they could never have talked them into fighting on their side Fyuri LeBlanc Fyuri LeBlanc i hit on that in my post on the civil war, that the industrial complex and the rural people were at odds with the plantation owners. i guess i didn't make it clear enough https://www.facebook.com/groups/1974753656133259/2797812267160723
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we are having a discussion on a facebook group that directly bears on this. because it has so much more information than i gave in this post, i decided to copy it here: Jerry Cox hmmm... an 80% tax sounds familiar..... ... View More
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Has anyone noticed the kind of country we have become in the past 6 months? In nursing homes, people who are dying, die alone. no family can visit them. They are totally alone. No children to comfort... View More
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