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By BareNakedIslam •
May 27, 2013 @ 2:30 pm
this black is half WHITE LIKE OBAMA…give me a break…she is down with the struggle…she needs to get out of the chains…pretty funny she had a BETTER EDUCATION THEN I COULD HAVE EVER HAD…Because she is say’s she is BLACK…to bad for all that money she is still a racist…
May 27, 2013 @ 3:00 pm
If you ask me, the election, and re-election, of Barack Obama is a betrayal of everything Dr. King, Frederick Douglass, Garret A. Morgan, George Washington Carver, and a host of other black Americans worked, struggled, and fought for. The right to be employed, elected, allowed the opportunity to succeed NOT because or in spite of their skin color, but because they had the will and character to BE men of talent, skill, and character.
Too many white folks voted for Obama because he’s “black” (actually, he’s at least half-white, maybe his father had enough Arab or other non-African in him that Obama isn’t fully half-black, either); too many black folks voted for him for the same reason. In fact, too many people voted for Obama for reasons that could not even be termed “self-interested” as what he’s doing works AGAINST the self-interests of just about everyone.
May 27, 2013 @ 1:58 pm
we are all slaves in some form like (taxes,debt,drugs,alcohol,gambling,porn,and so on
keith mahone(aka Charles Martel)
May 27, 2013 @ 9:44 am
Wait! If I vote for a black conservative to be the governor of my state instead of a white liberal I’m still a racist, right?
May 27, 2013 @ 7:31 am
GREAT post, Kirk B! My ancestors on my father’s side, orig. from England, landed in New England (the Northeast) and had absolutely nothing to do with slavery. My mother’s antecedents came from Russia and first settled in Canada, so they, too, had nothing to do with slavery. I say to these 4th & 5th-generation-removed-from-slavery Black Americans, “Get over it!” Dont’ forget it, but don’t let it direct & ruin your contemporary life! Just like Jews will always remember & honor the victims of the Holocaust, they now look forward and to the future. “Never again” is their mantra – as it should be regarding slavery for ALL Americans. But that was then; today is now. Living with old hates is very self-destructive!
May 27, 2013 @ 2:11 pm
This idea of holding on to hatred over Slavery is something that developed with the Leftist counterculture of the 1960s. For most of the history of the Republic, black folks were busy trying to rise up, often against legal and social strictures placed on them in various places in the USA (north, south, east, and west). Republican Congresses and Presidential Administrations sought to enforce the Constitution and protect the rights of individual citizens regardless of color; Democrat Congresses and Presidential Administrations (Thomas Woodrow Wilson’s administration was, by far, the most anti-black of the post-Civil War time) often sought to disenfranchise blacks *another point of history many do not know*.
Actually, joydbrower, the New England states DID have Slavery. Massachusetts was, however, one of the first states to abolish it. Further, many of the ships that carried enslaved Africans to the English colonies and to the United States were owned by New Englanders.
That said, your family may very well have had NOTHING to do with slavery. That’s a rarity among ANY American family who have antecedents who were in the country prior to 1820. Of course, you don’t state when your paternal ancestors arrived in New England, so I can’t say much on that, either. 🙂
As I told upaces88 earlier, most of us aren’t much concerned with the past slavery. We’re too busy getting on with living. Of course, the loud, obnoxious and attention-seeking among us DO drum it up; and the young are most vulnerable to falling for the hatred and grievance-mongering.
On the whole, I blame the influence of Mohammedanism for the current whining and grievance-mongering among black folks. Too many seem to think Mohammedanism is not racist and is a “natural” religion for black people *I address THAT lie on my blog, so I won’t go much into it here,* and thus don’t really bother to look at the facts of History. As we all know, Mohammedanism fosters a violent mentality in its adherents, and teaches them to take any criticism or slight as an attack on not only themselves, but on their “prophet” Mohammed.
May 27, 2013 @ 7:28 am
The ideal type of an islamic order is slavery;anyway despotic or tribalist.The only (universal) law which abolished slavery is the occidental law.
May 27, 2013 @ 7:11 am
How’s your new Apple computer running?
May 27, 2013 @ 1:14 pm
Raymond, I love it! And thank you for your service again.
May 27, 2013 @ 7:52 pm
May 27, 2013 @ 5:04 am
Wow, this retard is more deluded than I thought.
May 27, 2013 @ 4:35 am
Slavery has been rife throughout all of ancient history. Most, if not all, ancient civilizations practiced this institution and it is described (and defended) in early writings of the Sumerians, Babylonians, and Egyptians. It was also practiced by early societies in central America and Africa. (See Bernard Lewis’s work Race and Slavery in the Middle East1 for a detailed chapter of the origins and practices of slavery.)
The Qur’an prescribes a humanitarian approach to slavery — free men could not be enslaved, and those faithful to foreign religions could live as protected persons, dhimmis, under Muslim rule (as long as they maintained payment of taxes called Kharaj and Jizya). However, the spread of the Islamic Empire resulted in a much harsher interpretation of the law. For example, if a dhimmis was unable to pay the taxes they could be enslaved, and people from outside the borders of the Islamic Empire were considered an acceptable source of slaves.
Although the law required owners to treat slaves well and provide medical treatment, a slave had no right to be heard in court (testimony was forbidden by slaves), had no right to property, could marry only with permission of their owner, and was considered to be a chattel, that is the (moveable) property, of the slave owner. Conversion to Islam did not automatically give a slave freedom nor did it confer freedom to their children. Whilst highly educated slaves and those in the military did win their freedom, those used for basic duties rarely achieved freedom. In addition, the recorded mortality rate was high — this was still significant even as late as the nineteenth century and was remarked upon by western travelers in North Africa and Egypt.
Slaves were obtained through conquest, tribute from vassal states (in the first such treaty, Nubia was required to provide hundreds of male and female slaves), offspring (children of slaves were also slaves, but since many slaves were castrated this was not as common as it had been in the Roman empire), and purchase. The latter method provided the majority of slaves, and at the borders of the Islamic Empire vast number of new slaves were castrated ready for sale (Islamic law did not allow mutilation of slaves, so it was done before they crossed the border). The majority of these slaves came from Europe and Africa — there were always enterprising locals ready to kidnap or capture their fellow countrymen.
Black Africans were transported to the Islamic empire across the Sahara to Morocco and Tunisia from West Africa, from Chad to Libya, along the Nile from East Africa, and up the coast of East Africa to the Persian Gulf. This trade had been well entrenched for over 600 years before Europeans arrived, and had driven the rapid expansion of Islam across North Africa.
By the time of the Ottoman Empire, the majority of slaves were obtained by raiding in Africa. Russian expansion had put an end to the source of “exceptionally beautiful” female and “brave” male slaves from the Caucasians — the women were highly prised in the harem, the men in the military. The great trade networks across north Africa were as much to do with the safe transportation of slaves as other goods. An analysis of prices at various slave markets shows that eunuchs fetched higher prices than other males, encouraging the castration of slaves before export.
Documentation suggests that slaves throughout Islamic world were mainly used for menial domestic and commercial purposes. Eunuchs were especially prised for bodyguards and confidential servants; women as concubines and menials. A Muslim slave owner was entitled by law to use slaves for sexual pleasure.
As primary source material becomes available to Western scholars, the bias towards urban slaves is being questioned. Records also show that thousands of slaves were used in gangs for agriculture and mining. Large landowners and rulers used thousands of such slaves, usually in dire conditions: “of the Saharan salt mines it is said that no slave lived there for more than five years.1”
May 27, 2013 @ 4:32 am
Why doesn’t this stupid cow, google, ‘black slaves and Islam’, that way, she would get a better idea as to what she is talking about. Had Muslims not captured black slaves, the Americans would not have bought them………. Savy? And the Arabs used to called the black Africans, ‘rasins’! Look it up!
May 27, 2013 @ 11:41 am
Oooo, Chris….it is even worse. Yes, the Muslims DID deliberately capture them; but! there is more!
The black population seems to STILL beat us over the head with the slavery issue. What they either WANT to forget or never knew in the first place was, The U.S. NEVER sailed over to Africa to kidnap Africans for slavery.
THEY SOLD EACH OTHER INTO SLAVERY after a war with another tribe…the loser of the war was sold as well as anyone who committed crimes in their village.
NO ONE from the U.S. sailed all the way across the oceans to kidnap a native to force him/her into slavery.
As a matter of fact? The first slave owners in the U.S. were Africans who came here!
May 27, 2013 @ 1:12 pm
I have to laugh here.
Do you REALLY think most Black folks are sitting there bemoaning the past and blaming YOU?
Actually, most of us are too busy getting on with living.
Of course, the loud folks get the attention….
May 27, 2013 @ 1:20 pm
I did NOT say “most”.
DS, I don’t know how much experience you have had working with the black population. I have a great deal of experience working side by side with them.
I worked for the City of Dallas in the Department of Planning and Development. I was a permanent temp and floated all around the departments. The Opening came up
for a Permanent person in the job I was in as an Administrative Assistant to the Director. There were 57 women in the department and only 3 of those were white.
They really didn’t want the job because it “wasn’t UNION”..but they didn’t want a white woman to have it either.
I had learned to carry a hand-held pocket recorder because I had been threatened so many times. I was pulled off in a stairwell and slammed against a brick wall.
She had her elbow at my throat and a double-long form of acrylic nail jabbing me between the eyes warning NOT to apply for the job.
I had to replace all of my tires on my car twice due to them being slashed. Finally I started parking two blocks away and walked at night to get to my car (carrying a gun in my
coat pocket because I had been threatened so many times.
I finally did get her…I had the audio tape and took it to human resources….she was NOT fired… she had to go to counseling for an entire “2 hours.” That was it!
We trained them. I invited each one to lunch at one time or another and each one refused “UNLESS” she needed something from me.
May 27, 2013 @ 1:16 pm
Actually, the first Africans who came to what is now the United States wre brought by the Dutch and exchanged for supplies at Jamestown in 1619. They were sold off to English (white) people. However, not as full-blown slaves, but as *like many others who did not actually pay for passage to the English colonies* indentured servants. They served for 4-7 years, and then were, often, allotted some land and tools to establish their own farms and what not.
(Most people don’t know the above.)
May 27, 2013 @ 1:34 pm
Thank you! I did not know that!
May 27, 2013 @ 1:50 pm
In answer to your comment above this one, upaces, I have had a LIFETIME of working with black people. 🙂 Been black my entire life, thank you very much.
I know you didn’t say “most;” *I* used that word; it seemed to me that a lot of people were believing that most of us ARE moaning about slavery and all that, and felt the need to disabuse them of that idea. It wasn’t in fact, targeted at you specifically, and I admit to placing the comment POORLY.
That said, my comment may have come off as if I was defending this Melissa Harris-Perry person. Of course, I’m sure you understand that it was not. I, quite frankly, think she, and most other truly Leftist black people and all black converts to Mohammedanism are f***ing idiots. (Those born into it or forced into it in Africa and other place are just plain saddening)
On slavery: Most of the Africans who sold other Africans to Europeans were Mohammedans, themselves. However, it was the Arab Mohammedans who were the real driving force in the trade. This is partly why, and the history books don’t often cover this, when the European nations carved out colonies and spheres of influence in Africa in the 19th Century, many African peoples sided WITH the Europeans. They wanted an end to being raided for slaves by the Mohammedans; or they wanted to knock off a rival people, and were willing to trade what they thought would be a light hand of governance for the heavier one they HAD been suffering under. (The French and British, by far, have left behind the most generally stable African nations when they ended their governance of the areas. The instability at present is mostly engendered by Mohammedanism.)
O.K. That’s enough
May 27, 2013 @ 2:54 am
What the f*** has that woman been smoking, they should enter it in the Amsterdam Hight Times Cup.
Kirk B (@KirkB1)
May 27, 2013 @ 2:34 am
Besides the obvious fact that there are no slaves and no slave owners from the African Slave period alive today, at the beginning of the Civil War 80% of European American lived in Free States. Of the 20% that lived in Slave states only 20% of them owned slaves. 20% x 20% = 4%. So at the beginning of the Civil war only 4% of European Americans owed slaves. 50% of the current European American population’s ancestors did not immigrate to the US until after the Civil War so only about 2% of the ancestors of European Americans owned slaves. Additionally, approximately 90% of the Black Africans that were sold into slavery were sold into slavery by other Black Africans. The rest were mostly sold by Arab Muslims. Slavery still exists in Africa today. So if all European Americans are collectively guilty for slavery than so are all Blacks and all Arabs.
May 27, 2013 @ 2:11 am
She should spend some time trying to fix her broken community who are enslaved to illiteracy, criminality,drug abuse,single motherhood the black community has enslaved itself and has disintergrated.
May 26, 2013 @ 11:59 pm
Did she just do a ‘z-snap?’ No way…
She, and other hate mongers of her ilk, will take their soul consuming antipathy to their graves. The misanthropes at MSLSD survive on hate and division, it’s their reason to exist. I’d like to see her take her Gitmo outreach message to Tahrir Square, she’d find ‘religion’ real quick. Wait a minute….does this make Obama a slave owner…the humanity.
May 26, 2013 @ 11:58 pm
I do believe she has a lisp speech impediment… And she also lacks history…
May 26, 2013 @ 11:45 pm
Tone down on anti-black rethoric, people. Allen West is surely entitled to some Muslim slaves…
May 26, 2013 @ 11:09 pm
My GOD when will they let this go? When is it enough? Everyday, everyday all they do is scream and holler racism. At this rate there will never be peace.
May 27, 2013 @ 2:54 am
No matter what is said…we have to keep telling the truth!
May 27, 2013 @ 1:16 pm
As long as they are “rewarded” for being racist….it will continue.
May 26, 2013 @ 10:21 pm
WHY ISN’T THIS IN OUR HISTORY BOOKS ? Blacks Had White Slaves
May 26, 2013 @ 11:53 pm
unfortunately YOUTUBE took down the video i guess that that was way too controversial
just like the idea that muslims discovered american is now being taught in school and that there is nothing good about us because this country was founded by a bunch of rich white men that’s why it’ll never be taught in school
May 27, 2013 @ 2:53 am
OM Gosh! That is…THAT IS RACIST!!!! IT IS!!
Goes both ways, ya know!
Huh? Rich White Men? Only about 4% of the entire population of the U.S. fought in 1776. And, those people were farmers!!!
May 26, 2013 @ 10:17 pm
Affirmative action television,
May 26, 2013 @ 9:25 pm
When the fuk are these people gonna get off this slave shit. What about all the white soldiers who died for them. What thanks did they ever get. Brother against brother fought against each other, what thanks did they get. NOTHING
May 26, 2013 @ 11:27 pm
My daughter made friends with a young Black Man years ago. He was gracious and kind; and very talented. He things it is VERY wrong to mix the races and does not date white women.
He lives in NY. He wrote a small poetry book, “On the Road to Damascus.” (It is on Amazon). He explains that Blacks actually hate themselves for being black and project that hate onto white people.
Through Affirmative Action, they were to become just like the rest of us…hard working people; however, they KEPT that self-hate because it had worked so well in the past. UNTIL it stop working for them…they will continue using it to try to make the whites feel guilty.
IF you ever catch anyone “allowing” that guilt to attach itself…let them know exactly what it is all about.
THIS MUST STOP.
May 26, 2013 @ 11:48 pm
Amen to that.
May 27, 2013 @ 1:09 pm
A lot of black soldiers did their share of dying in that war, too, viking USA. (and most other American wars)
May 26, 2013 @ 9:13 pm
This OREO creature needs t o go live in WEST Africa where THEY still have slaves , Their own people instead if being here in USA freeloading
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