Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2017
Lee and Jackson both openly opposed slavery. This article below and an article on Lincoln on the same blog, are worthy of attention by 21st century Americans who have been sold a revisionist version of history.
On Aug 29, 2017, at 12:21AM, Ray Songtree wrote:
Here was my comment on article:
“If I followed your reasoning, the States rights that the South was fighting for was the right not to be taxed. Can you offer some proof that this is so? I would also ask if the North and Lincoln were not fighting the international Rothschild bankers, as we are told that they were incensed by the debt free Greenback? Were not the Rothschilds involved with the confederacy, dividing America because they were still sore about losing war of 1812 and not killing Andrew Jackson? I am not asking these questions rhetorically. I would like to know the truth about these things. Please see this article http://rense.com/general78/brudt.htm and this one https://lipstick-and-war-crimes.org/the-roth-efellers-the-rothschild-family-finance-john-d-rockefeller-through-first-national-bank-cleveland/
So for 21st century Americans to demand that confederate monuments be removed as symbols of slavery is grotesque. If secession from Britain was legal, why was secession from the United States not legal? Slavery was not an issue until northern support for the war weakened, and then it was played as a “righteous cause” to the people. Lincoln freed no slaves under his authority, the emancipation proclamation applied only to slaves in states Lincoln was at war with. So had the South prevailed, Lincoln would not be historically credited with freeing slaves. Likely that distinction would have gone to the likes of Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson, as slaveholders were looking for a way out of the slavery situation, as it was grossly inefficient.
Thanks Tom. I am adjusting my mind to idea that civil war was not about slavery, but also, it was, because whites in north felt they had a chance to expunge their sin by fighting against slavery. So this gave them energy. The New World Order used the new “equality”, as proven by fact that Jacob Schiff founded NAACP. The goal of a raceless blended cloned monoculture is a template, an alien template, so all these fights have a goal, a final “synthesis.”
I added a second comment to article which was inspired by some things you said.
“There is a giant undiscussed fact about slavery, which has nothing to do with economics. ALL black girls were raped. ALL. One freed slave said he was convinced that this source of extramarital sex was the real reason whites in the south supported slavery, and this did include poor whites, not just the slave owners, so those percentage numbers in article are irrelevant. More people need to adjust to what exactly they think slavery was. The slaves fled to the North. The South in its entirety was a place of slavery and rape. That is the cultural fact. This may have shifted after Civil War, but didn’t change the white cultural paradigm very much. Prejudice against blacks is very ingrained still, as Martin Luther King showed us all. So there is some denial here. (Few know that James Earl Ray was innocent – https://lipstick-and-war-crimes.org/hiding-the-verdict-the-1999-martin-luther-king-civil-trial/ )
The founding fathers were Freemasons. That needs to come out too. They were not Christian. They did not have an idea of God based on love Jesus style, they had an idea of a godhead symbolized by an all seeing eye on a pyramid built with slavery. It is on the dollar bill in plain site.
If I were Black, I would spit at a statue of Washington or Jefferson. Jefferson was behind Indian Removal Act and Louisiana Purchase, outright theft. If I were Native American I would throw poop.
When all the crimes come out, it will be goodbye USA and hello re-localization. I’m all for that. The US was never great, and I don’t know why people keep repeating this. It was great for white people, and then after the Rothschild Spanish-American war, the US replaced the Rothschild British Empire as the chief imperialistic power for, now, over a century. Is that great? I look at it all from indigenous eyes, and I can’t see anything great about the Great American Holocaust.
No one is guiltless. Native Americans had slavery and torture, but not all, because there were very distinct tribes each with an ancient language. A foolishness of Trump is his “Make America Great Again.” For Native Americans, that would be 500 years ago.
The crimes will come out. The Freemasonry constitution was never about equality or inalienable rights for Blacks or any other race, particularly the residents, the original natives. This hatred is so deep that most readers of these words have little respect for Native Americans even at this moment.”