Friday, September 18, 2009

Race Issues and the American Revolution

The Negro was originally viewed as a docile being who would easily succumb to a master’s orders - unlike the former"indentured servants or white slaves” who would not tolerate anything but self rule. And in small numbers, the Negro did adjust well to plantation life. The Negro is often described as having a"pack” mentality. Negroes do not start becoming unruly until their population grows in proportion to whites.

And so it was with the slave population, which was growing at extraordinary rates. For example, in South Carolina in 1715 Negroes out numbered whites by 10,500 to 6,250.

Georgia which had originally been colonized heavily by white slaves, indentured servants, and tax"criminals” from England, banned slavery outright in her Organic Act when formed in 1735. The Colonists were making a point to ridicule the British commercial slavery policy. The colonists were viewed as rabble by Britain, and now they were being forced to put up with a growing Negro threat.

“An Act for rendering the Colony of Georgia more defensible by Prohibiting the Importation and use of Black Slaves or Negroes in the same“ It reads as follows:

“Whereas experience hath shown that the manner of settling colonies and plantations with black slaves or Negroes hath obstructed the increase of English and Christian inhabitants therein who alone can in case of a war be relied on for the defense and security of the same, and hath exposed the colonies so settled to the insurrections, tumults and rebellions of such slaves and Negroes and the case of a rupture with any foreign state who should encourage and support such rebellions might occasion ruin and loss of such colonies.”

In April 1772, the Virginia Assembly met and sent a message to the King warning that the Negroes now outnumber the whites in the area 2 to 1. They had become an obvious threat to the colonists and their children.

Eventually the slavery of whites in the British West Indies had waned and it had become less acceptable. Jews had begun bringing in huge populations of Negro slaves. Descendants of the white slaves in these areas, who likewise had grown into sizable populations, were still extremely outnumbered by the new black slaves. Unlike the Irish, previously, who had resisted enslavement in a civilized manner usually by attempting escape or rising up against those actually responsible for his enslavement, the Negro slaves engaged in a blood bath - slaughtering every man, woman, and child. The gruesome news of these horrendous acts rightly scared the colonists.

The Virginia Assembly in 1772 issued the following proclamation:

“The people of this colony must fall upon means not only of preventing their increase, but also of lessening their number; and in the interest of the country would manifestly require the total expulsion of them.

“The importation of slaves into the colonies from the coast of Africa hath long been considered as a trade of great inhumanity; and under its present encouragement we have too much reason to fear will endanger the very existence of our majesty’s American dominions. Some of our majesty subjects in Great Britain may reap emoluments (great wealth) from this sort of traffic; but, when we consider that it greatly retards the settlement of the colonies with more useful inhabitants, and may in time have the most destructive influence, we presume to hope the interest of a few will be disregarded, when placed in competition with the security and happiness of such numbers of our majesty’s dutiful and loyal subjects. Deeply impressed with these sentiments we most humbly beseech your majesty to remove all those restraints on your majesty’s governors of this colony which inhibit their assenting to such laws as might check so pernicious a commerce.”

Jews and White Elite Fight for Continuation of Negro Slave Trade / Resentment Ensues

Georgia was protected by their anti-slave law until 1750 when it was repealed at the urging of the large plantation owners who sought cheap slave labor. The small white farmers still supported the slave ban. The average white man and woman indeed had reason to fear the growing black population.

Many of the common white men and women, the working poor and middle class, descendants of white slavery or white slaves themselves, were incensed at the British use of Negroes in the militia of the aristocracy. White men who were promised land upon release from servitude were systematically denied. The owners of large plantations with ties and allegiance to the crown would arm part of their black men to assist in running white families off the better land and into the hill land.

Whites who fled slavery had to scratch out an existence as subsistence farmers where they existed in extreme poverty, forming peasant communities in the hills. They were mocked and scorned by the majority of the wealthy white planter elite as well as by Negroes. Small farmers were referred to as"red shanks” and"red legs,” and"poor-white earth scratching scum.”.

This growing resentment by vast numbers of white colonists toward the crown was beneficial. These colonists had been instilled with a sense of fighting zeal.

During the American Revolution, the Continental Congress permitted the recruitment of white slaves into the army, thus granting to them their freedom.

These men had anger toward Britain and the Continental army found this to be very useful in winning Independence.


One such man was Matthew Lyon. He was orphaned at 14 years of age when his father along with other leaders of the"White Boys” an Irish farmers’ group organized to resist British government confiscation of their farmlands, were executed. The boy was enslaved and transported to America where a wealthy Connecticut merchant bought him.

By the spring of 1775, Matthew Lyon had taken up the offer of freedom if he joined the fight for American Independence. He joined a band of guerrilla fighters that later appeared out of nowhere at Ticonderoga in northern New York. Their commander, Ethan Allen, demanded the surrender of the mighty British fort. Lyon rose to the rank of Colonel and fought the British at the battles of Bennington and Saratoga. He had joined the infamous Green Mountain Boys. He became a founder of the state of Vermont and elected to its assembly and later to the U.S. Congress. He became very wealthy after discovering that paper could be made from wood pulp. Two grandsons were decorated war heroes and served as generals - one on the Union side and one on the Confederate side.

Negro Slavery Was a Primary Issue in the American Revolution - America wanted it stopped - Britain said, "NO!”

Thomas Jefferson, in an early draft of the Declaration of Independence wanted included the following wording by George Mason:
“By prompting our Negroes to rise in arms against us, these very Negroes, whom by an inhuman use of his negative he hath refused us permission to exile (from the nation) by law”

(King George had urged the Negroes in America to support the British Army and join them in taking up arms against the Whites. In effect, he was urging a bloody slave revolt!)

New Orleans lawyer and historian Drew L. Smith wrote on the grievances leading up to the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776:

“There was one flagrant act of which the British King was guilty that did not appear in the Declaration. That act was the King’s repeated refusal to stop the African slave trade into the American provinces. In deed, his continued rejection of colonial appeals to bar Negro importation into the colonies was the most important reason for the Declaration of Independence. It far transcended all other acts of tyranny by the British Crown.”

Jefferson wrote that while some wanted to simply free the slaves, there was the problem of "what further is to be done with them?” He said that it was one thing for the Romans to free White slaves whom, "when made free might mix (interbreed) without staining the blood of his master…when freed (the Negroes) must be removed beyond the reach of mixture.”

Indeed time and time again, the colonies passed laws to reduce or ban the importation of Negro slaves only to have the laws overturned by the King. On Dec. 10, 1770, King George III issued instructions commanding the Royal Governor of Virginia, "under pain of the highest displeasure, to assent to no law by which the importation of slaves should be in any respect prohibited or obstructed.”

A Summary and

the Devastating Results

The British crown, in debt to the interests of organized Jewry attempted to solve their financial woes by extracting incredulous amounts of money from the people, running them off their land, and finally selling them into slavery to their own racial kin in America. Not always treated according to Biblical mandates, men, women, and children finding themselves to be white slaves in the new world grew resentful of Jews and fellow Whites who maintained an elitist attitude.

Their resentment gave way to a powerful incentive in fighting the British crown during the American Revolution. The British Crown, Jewish financiers, and white elitists joined in holding down the average white person and using the once thought docile Negro against them - who had - revolts had shown- to harbor a bloodthirsty hatred of white people. Their growing population threatened all Americans whether free, indentured, or slave. Whatever the status, whites were the target of Negro savagery.

White elitists, including many large plantation owners, turned their backs upon their fellow white brothers and sisters in favor of cheap labor (much like the large corporations of today) and looked down upon the working and middle class whites with scorn and ridicule.

Still, there were many wealthy whites - without an elitist attitude - who feared the growing and violent Negro slavery institution and joined in with their fellow concerned neighbors to fight for American Independence. It was the desire for fair treatment of all whites that caused the phrase, "all men are created equal” to appear in the Declaration. This did not involve the Negro. Our forefathers were concerned about the treatment of whites. Unfortunately, while Independence was won. The Negro problem was never solved.

Thomas Jefferson drew up a plan to send the slaves back to Africa - but it was never followed through on.

In just a little under 100 years, the descendants of white slavery would find themselves at odds with the huge Negro population and the white aristocracy. The southern states in succeeding from the Union had outlawed the importation of any more slaves - but it was too late. The damage had been done. Poor whites were forced to compete against Negro slave labor. Jobs were few. Negro slaves were expensive. However, as an investment they had to be treated well, receiving adequate food, clothing and medication even as poor whites in the same town sickened and died from disease and malnutrition. While the War between States, the Civil War, or the War of Northern Aggression (whatever your preference) is often cited as only a one or two issue war. (slavery or states rights). It was a many sided issue at that time and not as easily split along geographic lines as some would like to believe.

Some of the leaders of the Free Soil Party and many of the abolitionist soldiers who made up the ranks of Lincoln’s armies in Southern Ohio, western North Carolina, eastern Tennessee, southern Illinois, Kentucky and elsewhere were survivors of white slavery or else descendants. They did not view themselves as advocates of what was then referred to as racial"amalgamation.” Historically they regarded themselves as separatists and viewed the Southern planters’ desire to spread Negroes into California, Oregon and other territories as a grave threat to free white labor and the Biblical principle of racial separation.

Congressman David Wilmot of Iowa sponsored a law to ban Black slavery in the American West. He called the law, 'the white Man’s Proviso.” He was bitterly opposed by the Southern and Eastern elite. He told Congress that he intended to preserve America’s western frontier for ”the sons of toil, my own race and color.” (Charles Going, David Wilmot: Free-Soiler, p. 74)

One East Coast Establishment leader who did support racial amalgamation was Justin D. Fulton, a Boston minister popular in leftist circles. He wrote in 1869:

“Much is said against amalgamation, as though it were a crime. There is no crime in it or about it. There is much of prejudice, but no crime. If a white man loves a black woman, there is no law in God’s code forbidding the union. In this intermingling of races, coming to this land from all climes, we perceive the seedling of a glorious hope. The future American is to be the product of this blending of the distinctive features of all the various races of earth. Against this result, there is an immense amount of prejudice; but not in Europe, it does not exist. Many a white man has found his help-mate in a black woman, and many more will find help-mates from the same source.”

Yet, the majority of Northerners were opposed to race mixing. Their insistence to the abolition of slavery was not for the most part out of consideration for Negroes, but rather for the poor whites that had to compete against cheap labor. In fact, in most northern states, Negroes were not even allowed unless posting a large bond or if in the company of his master. These statutes were called the,"Black Codes."

“A large number of white southerners lived in the upcountry, an area of small farmers and herdsmen - engaged largely in mixed and subsistence agriculture..little currency circulated, barter was common and upcountry families dressed in 'home-spun cloth, the product of the spinning wheel and the hand-loom.’ This economic order gave rise to a distinctive sub-culture that celebrated mutuality, egalitarianism (for whites) and independence “.

Poor whites had to be drafted into the Confederate army. As in the North, where resistance to conscription was widespread, many Southern Whites saw the conflict as "a rich man’s war and a poor man’s fight.” Indeed, any slaveholder owning 20 or more Negro slaves was exempt from military combat.

Abraham Lincoln purchased Liberia for the repatriation of the slaves back to Africa. Over 20,000 were returned. His assassination ended the repatriation policy as well as the Lincoln Green back - constitutional currency. John Wilkes Booth, agent of the Rothchild banking family did the deed. And lest we forget the manipulation by both Northern and Southern Jewish propagandists - who are always the only ones to win when it comes down to wars for profit - though on the surface it may be said to be fought for an ideal.

Nathan Bedford Forrest initially accepted a post with the Union Army, but joined confederate forces when fighting hit close to home. The immediate safety of his family was his primary concern. Later, as the leader of the Ku Klux Klan, he required all Klansmen to pledge allegiance to the U.S. Constitution. The point being that the reason for fighting on either side wasn’t always as clear cut as we would believe. The early Klan wasn’t engaged in fighting "northerners”, but rather scoundrels with an elitist attitude - some who came from the North and some who came from the South.

In New York, a riot broke out for 5 days, when the draft was imposed. Negroes were the target of rage. Northern farm boys did not want to fight for, "their inferno Negroes”

Some northern counties succeeded and joined the Confederacy due to their strong belief in states rights. These were often areas of heavy and recent Irish immigration, who had the actions of the centralized government of England fresh in their minds. They fought against the idea of federalism. Ironically today, we see some homosexual groups clamoring in support of states’ rights. They say an individual state has the right to legalize same sex "marriage” even if the federal government does not. This again proves that it is not a righteous government that makes a righteous people, but a righteous people that lends support to the establishment of a righteous government following the dictates of the Almighty!

Plague upon our People

In conclusion, the Negro has been a plague upon our people since their first arrival to America. But, we must remember that they did not build boats - never have- and sail here on their own. Neither did white people begin the practice of human trafficking.

Those of vision in the past could see the ramifications of a large Negro population and worked to prevent it. Just as today, we can see the problems that will arise from increased non-white immigration. Yet, the corporate elitists, in their walled communities, backed by Jewish finance and in fact indebted to them, do everything within their power to keep the cheap labor coming in. While middle class America must pay the consequences of an ever-increasing non-white population.

Our people are continually hooked by the propagandist’s message: How cruel not to let these people come and share the wealth - it’s the American way - it’s the Christian way. All the while, our people look around and wonder what is going on - things do not seem right. They keep voting for whoever will tell them the things they want to hear. Their actions are similar to some of those early colonists who looked the other way at the suffering of their fellow whites (the indentured) they are content to complain as long as it does not affect them.


Anonymous said...

racheal u r a jackass...the egyptians were not white.. God u r dumb

rickyevan said...

Continue to voice your opinions. I look forward to seeing how your mind works

Anonymous said...

Great article. I grew up in the South and had no idea...