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  • Slavery in America started by a black guy????

    Not that it really matters, but it's an interesting theory.

     

    The voting below the article is interesting as well.

     

    http://www.wnd.com/2013/02/father-of-u-s-slavery-was-a-black-man/#OljFc5hCtypZUY5C.01


  • #2

    It doesn't matter.

    ~~I was not. I was. I am not. I do not care

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    • #3
      Wtf cares
      "Political Correctness is a doctrine, fostered by a delusional, illogical minority, and rabidly promoted by an unscrupulous mainstream media, which holds forth the proposition that it is entirely possible to pick up a turd by the clean end."“Conservatives say if you don't give the rich more money, they will lose their incentive to invest. As for the poor, they tell us they've lost all incentive because we've given them too much money.”― George Carlin"The founding fathers were well aware of rapid firing capabilities by the indians." - NormH

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      • nedezero1
        nedezero1 commented
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        Lord Elpus wrote:

        It's amazing the things that racists grasp at.

        So you're saying the author of the article is a racist?


      • quickie1
        quickie1 commented
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        LithiumZero wrote:
        Wtf cares

        Racists do.


      • Alndln3
        Alndln3 commented
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        Lord Elpus wrote:

        It's amazing the things that racists grasp at.

        Only this time he forgot to shoe-horn the ever obligatory photo's of Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson.


    • #4

      white guys also trade white women

      so why should black men not trade black women

      of blue men like me trade yellow women...

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      • Gromit
        Gromit commented
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        Rudolf von Hagenwil wrote:

        white guys also trade white women

        so why should black men not trade black women

        of blue men like me trade yellow women...


        The real question should be ...

         

         

        Can blue men sing the whites?


    • #5
      World Net Dumbly.

      Nuff said.

      Don't even bother. You can't win.

      Jobs created by the GOP: 1
      http://i.imgur.com/V2FbfNh.jpg

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      • Daryl Flynn
        Daryl Flynn commented
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        willhaven wrote:
        World Net Dumbly.

        Nuff said.

        Is that like Huffington Poo?


      • Rudolf von Hagenwil
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        Adolf, born 1889, was pretty smart. At age 39 he changed his real name Adolf Schickelgruber to Adolf Hitler, because he realized that "Hail Schickelgruber" wouldn't sound good 10 years later. Adolf's two half sisters died young, possibly from young Adolf's first euthanasie tests.


    • #6

      nedezero1 wrote:

      Not that it really matters, but it's an interesting theory.

       

      The voting below the article is interesting as well.

       

      http://www.wnd.com/2013/02/father-of-u-s-slavery-was-a-black-man/#OljFc5hCtypZUY5C.01


      I hope that we can all agree on two things:

       

      1)  Whoever started slavery, it was a terrible, dehumanizing thing.

      2)  WorldNetDaily isn't a reliable source of historical information, being an extremist site with a hugely obvious agenda.

      Only three things are important: Love, peace and pale ale.

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      • savoldi
        savoldi commented
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        Gromit wrote:

        nedezero1 wrote:

        Not that it really matters, but it's an interesting theory.

         

        The voting below the article is interesting as well.

         

        http://www.wnd.com/2013/02/father-of-u-s-slavery-was-a-black-man/#OljFc5hCtypZUY5C.01


        I hope that we can all agree on two things:

         

        1)  Whoever started slavery, it was a terrible, dehumanizing thing.

        2)  WorldNetDaily isn't a reliable source of historical information, being an extremist site with a hugely obvious agenda.


        Seems as though ned likes both.


    • #7

      nedezero1 wrote:

      Not that it really matters, but it's an interesting theory.

       

      The voting below the article is interesting as well.

       

      http://www.wnd.com/2013/02/father-of-u-s-slavery-was-a-black-man/#OljFc5hCtypZUY5C.01


      Hate to attack based on the author but the guy IS a minister in Pat Robertson's 700 Club and Robertson's been known to make some extremely bizarre, offensive and unsupported statements about other religions from time to time.

      Slavery of Africans in the Americas wasn't "invented" in the English Colonies.  The Spanish and Portuguese had been employing African slaves all through the 1500's. According to Wikipedia, Portuguese slavers began bringing Africans to Brazil as early as 1550 and almost 40% of ALL African slaves went there--3 million people.

      Spanish brought African slaves to what became the English Colonies as early as 1528.

      The voting by 700 Club fans, which is run by a White Southern reactionary, Pat Robertson, is not so much surprising as it is pitiful.

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      • John Ellis
        John Ellis commented
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          It's not surprising at all, those slaves were sold by their tribal leaders to begin with and black men are at the forefront of perpetuating slavery to this day. 

         2 in particular, do I need to name them?


      • Just Me
        Just Me commented
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        Lord Elpus wrote:

        Black dudes did it first, so whitey gets a free pass.

        They want more than a free pass - they want to be heralded as liberators.


    • #8

      nedezero1 wrote:

      Not that it really matters, but it's an interesting theory.

       

      The voting below the article is interesting as well.

       

      http://www.wnd.com/2013/02/father-of-u-s-slavery-was-a-black-man/#OljFc5hCtypZUY5C.01


      I don't really see how it carries any significance. 

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      • #9

        If true, it easily accords with Malcolm X's distinction between 'house negroes' and 'field negroes'.  It's similar to colonialism in that there are always individuals or groups among the victims who will collaborate with the victimizers. Even now, many blacks are their own worse enemy. It doesn't change the moral valence of the primary historical dynamic of slavery and racism in this country one iota.  

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        • Daryl Flynn
          Daryl Flynn commented
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          Zig al-din wrote:

          If true, it easily accords with Malcolm X's distinction between 'house negroes' and 'field negroes'.  It's similar to colonialism in that there are always individuals or groups among the victims who will collaborate with the victimizers. Even now, many blacks are their own worse enemy. It doesn't change the moral valence of the primary historical dynamic of slavery and racism in this country one iota.  


          Malcolm X was excrement.


        • nedezero1
          nedezero1 commented
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          Zig al-din wrote:

          If true, it easily accords with Malcolm X's distinction between 'house negroes' and 'field negroes'.  It's similar to colonialism in that there are always individuals or groups among the victims who will collaborate with the victimizers. Even now, many blacks are their own worse enemy. It doesn't change the moral valence of the primary historical dynamic of slavery and racism in this country one iota.  


          Troof....


      • #10

        nedezero1 wrote:

        Not that it really matters, but it's an interesting theory.

         

        The voting below the article is interesting as well.

         

        http://www.wnd.com/2013/02/father-of-u-s-slavery-was-a-black-man/#OljFc5hCtypZUY5C.01


         

        I think I'd rather get a 2nd opinion...neither source listed (site or "authority") is considered particularily reliable.

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