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Posted By: Magnante, 8/2/2022 11:25:33 AM

One of the most pernicious things that has happened recently in America is the 1619 Project, an error-riddled "history" of the United States that presents our nation as one predicated solely on the evils of African slavery (snip) Fast-forward from 2019, when the 1619 Project broke, to July 30, 2022, just three days ago. Commentator Matt Walsh had just finished reading Dean King's Skeletons on the Zahara: A True Story of Survival, about an American ship that wrecked on Africa's shores in 1815. (snip) Inspired by the book, Walsh put out a series of tweets pointing out that slavery in America was the end of the line for slavery.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: Sanchin 8/2/2022 11:35:27 AM (No. 1235609)
The British somehow have managed to escape the blame of slavery for the most part (along with the Arabs and Africans). Do not forget that many free blacks in the United States also owned slaves. The fact is those with out power get used.
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Moritz55 8/2/2022 11:49:53 AM (No. 1235623)
Excellent article. Thanks for posting
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Reply 3 - Posted by: minuteman 8/2/2022 11:51:11 AM (No. 1235625)
It comes as no surprise that many republicans oppose truth.
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Reply 4 - Posted by: Luandir 8/2/2022 11:53:16 AM (No. 1235628)
Large-scale agriculture in the early 1800s required low-cost labor. What replaced it, and freed humans from that menial life, was the machinery produced by the Industrial Revolution. Without it, some form of serf class would still have been necessary to work the fields.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 8/2/2022 12:04:50 PM (No. 1235645)
The Arabs were the ones most responsible for conducting the buying and selling of those Africans back in the day. I know that modern liberals forget that a lot of African tribes back then either went to war with other tribes and sold the prisoners they took or they outright kidnapped innocents who strayed from their villages. This isn't just on American white folks. Arabs and the tribes who resided in Africa are also responsible for slavery as well. The British ended slavery in their nation long before we did.
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Reply 6 - Posted by: spacer 8/2/2022 12:05:33 PM (No. 1235646)
# 1 Cherokee and Choctaw owed black humans as did many other tribes.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: marbles 8/2/2022 12:10:04 PM (No. 1235656)
The links were interesting , especially the ones with phony " scholarship ". One of them paraphrased "Mein Kampf" and was accepted by a left wing group.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: red1066 8/2/2022 1:14:41 PM (No. 1235715)
Exactly #1. One of the wealthiest women in Charleston South Carolina during the Civil War was a black woman who owned merchant ships. She owned slaves and after the war was over when her two sons got married, she gave each son $500,000 dollars as a wedding gift. She lived in Charleston right around the corner from a slave auction sight. A story like that is kept secret because it runs counter to the leftist narrative. Is this story rare? Of course, but so are the stories about Rockefeller or Carnegie. Most white people never became wealthy just because they were white.
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Reply 9 - Posted by: BarryNo 8/2/2022 1:15:51 PM (No. 1235717)
Legal slavery still exists here and there in the world. They usually rename it so to avoid outside criticism, but it exists. Illegal slavery exists everywhere selfish people 'hire' workers for less than established minimum wages and or restrict their movements by threats or actual imprisonment so they cannot freely escape their condition. The majority of the illegal aliens flooding across US borders (and borders in Europe) fall into this category. Elites just can't be without their slaves.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: DVC 8/2/2022 1:42:59 PM (No. 1235736)
Inconvenient truths. It is well worth watching the first 18 minutes of Walsh's video. I am unfamiliar with him, but he come across as a calm, sane voice of reason about a topic which if filled with lies like the highly fictional and racist hate fest that is the "1619 Project" fraud. The one point that he makes that is just stark is that over many thousands of years, the greatest philosophical and religious minds of great civilizations essentially never seemed to grasp that slavery, all of it, in all forms, was a deep, fundamental, moral wrong. Yes, some complained of excessive brutality towards slaves, or overwork, starvation or other mistreatment of slaves....but rarely/never that slavery itself was morally wrong. A very good point. I think you'll find it time well spent if you watch Walsh's video for the first 18 minutes.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: TXknitter 8/2/2022 2:24:17 PM (No. 1235770)
This is an excellent piece. Many thanks for posting. As for Britain, the beginning of the end of slavery only happened with tireless abolitionist Thomas Clarkson and the indefatigable Wilbur Wilberforce who stayed in Parliament’s face until legislation was passed. However, the UK government today joins the West in buddying up to Middle East Royals and leaders who have never stopped having slaves. They bring them along in their entourages staying at London’s finest hotels and nobody says a word. They never speak of human trafficking as what it is - slavery.
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Reply 12 - Posted by: MDConservative 8/2/2022 2:29:04 PM (No. 1235773)
FTA: "...he also got pushback from Republicans, who castigated him for damaging the conservative movement's ability to welcome Blacks into the fold." And let there be light... Why must fools always tell the mother her baby is ugly? It may well be, but why call it out? Because the truth must always be told? How these Republicans (probably "real conservatives") approach the subject of slavery with Black Americans makes me scratch my head. The conversation probably includes such nuggets as MLK, Jackie Robinson and James Brown were Republicans, you know.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: Mizz Fixxit 8/2/2022 2:35:40 PM (No. 1235779)
Poster 9, I agree. The exploitation of cheap immigrant labor is modern day slavery.
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Reply 14 - Posted by: Rumblehog 8/2/2022 3:15:46 PM (No. 1235810)
I applaud Mr. Walsh for challenging this false narrative used by Communists since the 1950's to agitate U.S. blacks into civil disobedience and separatism. It's high time to lance this fetid boil. However, I must take issue with this author's thesis referencing Scripture. FTA: "It did so in two ways: first, Exodus celebrates a slave revolt. Second, Exodus also mandates that Jews must free Hebrew slaves after six years. Both of these freedom stories, although limited to Jews, began the concept of liberty as a moral precept." The Jewish exodus from Egypt was not a "slave revolt." It was God leading the children of Abraham OUT of Egyptian captivity through His imposition of plagues upon Pharoah and his land. Not one Jew broke a single Egyptian law nor anything so as to claim credit for their freedom. God freed His people without any suffering a single bead of sweat upon a brow. The Exodus was the Grace of God liberating His people from slavery. One day, a descendent of the generation who made it to the Promised Land, would save all mankind from sin through His death on a Roman cross. The Son of Man, the Lord Jesus Christ did it ALL for us. All we must do is believe in Him... without a drop of sweat upon the brow. Secondly, the author fails to point out the obvious irony that Jews who escaped Egyptian slavery would impose slavery within their newly created nation. Moses' "laws" are actually God's Laws, and God approved of {gasp} slavery! God knows every society will have deadbeats and ne'er-do-wells who beg, borrow, rent, and can't, or won't pay what's due. God approves of indentured servitude, but to prevent abuse of the policy, He put a limit on the term. The Apostle Paul gave guidance to Christian slaves and Christian's who owned slaves in his Epistles. Paul emphasized Christians are foremost bond-servants of Christ, and it is He whom we humbly serve. The Lord will care for us, and has, reference the Exodus. I concede that historically, starting with the British, who were the 'Amazon Prime' of slavery for several hundred years, opposition to slavery did grow into a political movement, culminating in legislation to abolish AND levy criminal punishment upon any sea captain caught in the act of, etc. This movement was alive in the American Colonies long before Brits got "religion." Our founders were mostly against this institution, although this subject is worthy of rigorous honest public debate. American Colonies were a dumping ground for British criminals, waifs, prostitutes, brigands, alcoholics, street urchins, and foreign usurpers. After we won independence from the Crown, the British established the continent of "New Holland" as the new dumping ground, later called Australia. The United States is the ONLY nation in history to ever fight a war to end the "barbaric" practice of slavery. Interestingly, the word "barbaric" came into our lexicon from 'Barbary' as in the Coast of, and its 'Berber' pirates, which brings us full circle to the book referenced in this article.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: Socio 8/2/2022 3:34:49 PM (No. 1235833)
The truth about slavery blows up all the narratives and you won't find it in text books. Matt Walsh is spot on, during the Barbary Coast Wars Black and Arab Berber Muslims captured over a million White women and children as sex slaves, they called them "White Gold" Considering the no doubt brutal short lives of those women and children must have suffered through it would make what American slaves had to deal with look like a day at Disney World.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: JrSample 8/2/2022 7:47:02 PM (No. 1236019)
Slavery was not unique to Colonial America. Every maritime nation in the Western Hemisphere had ships participating in the slave trade with the vast majority of slaves destined for Spanish and Portugues colonies. The small group of slaves mentioned in the 1619 Project had been taken from a Portuguese slave ship by British Privateers. Being taken to the Jamestown colony was a rescue from the agony of endless toil on a Brazilian cane plantation or in a mine. In fact, Brazil did not emancipate their slaves until 1888.
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