Friday, September 23, 2016
The one problem with it however is the people that create the history through their actions and deeds are not alive to defend themselves when future generations of biased historians and the ignorant everyday masses want to revise, re-interpret or ignore for their own agendas.
For instance if somehow magically all those of adults who lived in the US back in 1920 were alive today, they would Never tolerate the level of liberal social progressivism we've seen and they would have but down Black Lives (do not) Matter with intense violence if need be.
This means renaming all schools and streets and taking down statues and plaques of anyone that fought for the Confederacy or owned slaves at any point in their lives or felt at least the slightest anti-black sentiment no matter if it occurred in 1920 or 1790.
If these black dirtballs and their white-shame partners in crime could, the Washington Monument, Jefferson Memorial, Mt Rushmore and any other rememberence of great Americans who built this nation would be literally turned to ash and history books would only paint them in a negative light.
Think that is an exaggeration, do you?
Does not matter a damn Jackson's accomplishments as a soldier and statesman.. He didn't see blacks as 100% equal (as if anyone other than extreme-radical New England abolitionists did back in 1820) and treated those Indian scalp-scraping, white woman raping savages meanly
Funny how these pieces of feces never go after Lincoln who they are all taught to look at as America's Jesus.. Sent down from heaven to free them:
"I will say, then, that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races -- that I am not, nor have ever been, in favor of making voters or jurors of Negros, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a phyiscal difference between the white and black races which prevents them from living together on terms of social and political equality.
And inasmuch as they can not so live, while they do remain together there must be the position of superior and inferior, and I as much as any other man, am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white race"
I absolutely Love this quote not so much for what was said but WHO said it..
Abraham Lincoln on August 27, 1858 during his second debate w. Stephen Douglas during the campaign for Illinois senator.
"He (Lincoln) shared many of gthe prejudisces of the society in which he lived. Lincoln used the word 'nigger' privately and, occasionally in public, He enjoyed going to blackface minstrel shows, and his seemingly endless repertoire of stories and jokes included overtly racist humor"
Funny how historian Ken Burns left this out of his 'Civil War' documentary.. Guess it conflicted too much with the narrative of Lincoln as a great emancipator.
Andrew Johnson, Lincoln's VP who became President after his death stated in 1864:
"As for the negro I am for setting him free but at the same time I assert that this is a white man’s government… If whites and blacks can’t get along together arrangements must be made to colonize the blacks (that is, send them to Africa).”
This was a very common sentiment at the time and to a degree some still share it today..
Most people don't know or seem to care that he owned slaves at the start of the War on his farm.
Historians rather than attacking and vilifying Grant created this make believe narrative that the experience made him feel very negative toward owning others, as if he had no direct day to day input whatsoever in the purchasing and ownership of other people.
Really no different than how the media today bends over backwards to minimize or trivialize every negative thing about that rancid closet-lesbian Hillary because they're all on the same team
Let's see if based solely on the criteria of not looking at the colored man as equal to whites prior to the Civil Rights Act of 1964, let's see if they should be hating any others..
President Woodrow Wilson who led America into World War I thought blacks inferior to whites as well.. Also praised 'Birth of a Nation' as a very accurate portrait of the Civil War and in particular Reconstruction..
"The problem is so to adjust the relations between two races of different ethnic type that the rights of neither be abridged nor jeopardized; that the backward race be trained so that it may enter into the possession of true freedom while the forward race is enabled to preserve unharmed the high civilization wrought out by its forefathers"
Who did he mean was the 'backward' race?
So now Teddy has to be added to the militant black list of hated Presidents huh?
Plus he like every single person back then called those people 'colored'..
Whewww.. That sure is a lot of people to hate and a lot of historical rememberances to destroy
And if you were a person from the past and did not look at blacks as 100% equal, and support the rights of homosexuals and transsexuals, etc.. then you are to demonized and portrayed in only negative ways.
Which of course is ridiculous but we've allowed them to hold that power; like allowing a bully to get away with things.. When you stand up and push back, the bully shows him/herself as a coward and runs away
And you can not EVER look at people from centuries gone by in terms of their views on other people based on the standards of today..
Name one President prior to say 1900 who made any mention of women's equality or the the right to vote? Or said a single complimentary thing about Hispanics or Asians or Jewish people?''
That is Not how you judge someone from the past in terms of the simple narrative of 'good v bad'..
You judge on deeds..
And because that Bastard Obama only has 4 months left, the BLM feel empowered to scramble to cause as much destruction and middle-finger decent people as they can because even if Hillary wins, she is not going to tolerate anyone or anything challenging her rule.
And there are many not worth a shit..
You can not say all are good as much as you can not say all are bad.
Just gotta know thy enemy and not be afraid to fight for your vision of America to be represented because right now its been systematically hijacked.
Posted by Susquehanna at Friday, September 23, 2016