Intro to ‘THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF SLAVERY…’


Intro by John R. Houk, Blog Editor

© July 20, 2020

 

When creepy Joe Biden echoes former President Obama about fundamentally transforming America, you can look at the COVID despotism coupled with Antifa/BLM rioting, vandalizing, looting and God help us murdering to comprehend how such a transformation will be accomplished. HOW CAN THIS HAPPEN in America? The answer is actually quite simple: Decades of brainwashing by a Marxist oriented (disguised as Progressive) Education System, Mainstream Media, Leftist infected Entertainment and worse – an American Political Party overtaken by Globalist Gramsci-like Eco-Marxism.

 

Which brings me to the purpose of this post. The Marxist pamphleteer media organization known as the New York Times sponsors a brainwashing project actually being picked up as fact by many Public School systems across the USA to continue this transformative brainwashing called the 1619 Project.

 

Nikole Hannah-Jones – NYT 1619 Project Clown

 

The 1619 Project is the current preeminent lie blackfacing America’s heritage with guilt based on distortions of facts on Slavery in America.

 

I am on The Ferocious Conservative’s email list and I am pleased to share how the Slave Trade actually functioned as it made it’s ugly way to the shores of America. The only disappoint I have is author John Gaultier didn’t provide much in the way of source linking or a bibliography. And so prior to reading the excellent Slave info provided by Gaultier, I offer a 1619 Project bibliographic critique:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AND NOW the meat of some terrific information who will not hear or read from Marxist-oriented outlets.

 

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THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF SLAVERY THAT THE SOCIAL JUSTICE MARXISTS AND THE NEW YORK TIMES AND THE 1619 PROJECT DO NOT WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT!

 

By John Gaultier

July 19, 2020 11:07 AM

THE FEROCIOUS CONSERVATIVE ACTIVIST BULLETIN

 

FOLLOW THE TRUE HISTORY OF SLAVERY THROUGH THE AGES.  AND YOU NEED TO KNOW THE CONNECTION BETWEEN ISLAM AND SLAVERY IN AMERICA.

 

140 Million Victims Islamic Slave Trade

 

Before you read the history,  I want you to ask a simple question “why” does the left pin the slavery donkey tail on America!

It’s very simple! It’s because America is the richest country by far in the world. It is rich in wealth, Industry, infrastructure and Raw Materials. What a plum for the Marxist and Social Justice Thieves to steal! They are not into hard work. They want a free ride based on a lie. Yes there was slavery but there was slavery around the world in the 1600’s. Matter of fact African Tribes in Africa sold their brother Africans into slavery to their Muslim Pals. The Muslims were the biggest slave traders in the world. Read through my blogs and you will find posts documenting all of this.

So…Contrary to popular belief, the first slaves in the American colonies were not Africans. Also, the majority of Africans taken from their homelands for the purpose of slavery were not destined for the shores of what would eventually evolve into the United States. Slavery was a documented “established institution” dating back to as early as 1760 B.C., where it is referred to in the Code of Hammurabi.

 

Slavery was an accepted part of society in ancient cultures such as Greece, Assyria, and Egypt, and at one time, the Roman Empire’s total population consisted of 25% slaves, with Italy’s slaves comprising 30% to 40% of its total population. By 500 B.C., slaves comprised upwards of a third of the population in some Greek city-states. In Sparta following several slave revolts about the year 600 B.C., the Spartans restructured their city-state into an authoritarian regime, for the leaders decided that only by turning their society into an armed camp could they hope to maintain control over the numerically dominant enslaved population.

From the pre-Christian era up to colonization of the New World, slavery was an accepted part of daily life in countries and cultures across the globe, and whether or not a particular culture was enslaved was generally determined by their weakness in warfare. To the victors go the spoils, which in this case were the indigent peoples of the conquered lands. Slaves consisted of Irish, Turkish, Chinese, Arab, Persian, Greek, and many other cultures, and was not restricted to one particular race, ethnicity, culture, or country.

The Spaniards were the first Europeans to use Africans as slaves in New World colonies such as Cuba and Hispaniola (where the first African slaves arrived in 1501), where the native populations starved themselves to death rather than work for the Spanish. The natives were originally used as forced labor, but the spread of disease and their demise due to self-imposed starvation eventually forced the Spanish colonists to obtain laborers elsewhere, which ultimately began what came to be known as the Atlantic slave trade.

In Europe, the Dutch had overtaken the pre-eminent slave trade by 1650, until they were usurped by the British in 1700. Britain played a prominent role in the Atlantic slave trade, especially after 1600, and slavery was a legal institution in all thirteen of the American colonies and Canada (which had been acquired by Britain in 1763). The Slave Trade Act of 1807 and the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833 by British Parliament effectively ended slavery in Britain.

Slaves from Africa were slaves in Africa long before they were slaves anywhere else in the world. From 1300 to mid-1800, nearly all African countries had a slave population that comprised one-third of their total populations. The status of slavery varied from a feudal vassal system, where the slaves tithed part of their income and crops to a land owner and had a small number of restrictions on their freedoms, to a slavery system that more closely resembled the one instituted in the American colonies of the 1700’s and 1800’s, where slaves were considered property, treated poorly, and had no personal freedoms whatsoever.

With regard to the Atlantic slave trade, Africans themselves participated in promulgating the practice with the selling of prisoners of war to European slave traders. These prisoners were primarily Africans and were being sold as slaves by their own people. As recently as the late 1990’s, evidence has shown that West Africa still actively engages in the practice of enslaving its own people for the purpose of forced manual labor.

In South America, the ancient Mayan, Aztec, and Incan civilizations routinely practiced slavery, and one of the more common reasons for introducing someone into the bonds of slavery was to pay off a debt (private or public, such as taxation), rather than for utilization as manual labor. In Brazil, slavery was an economic mainstay, and Brazil received 37% of all the African slaves shipped out of Africa via the Atlantic slave trade. Portugal began purchasing African slaves in 1550 for work in sugar plantations once they had depleted the indigenous populations.

By the middle of the 18th century, British and French Caribbean interests such as Jamaica and St. Dominique (now the Independent Republic of Haiti) had the largest slave societies of the region, rivaling Brazil as a destination for enslaved Africans. Haiti and Indonesia still actively practice slavery to this day, and despite the fact that slavery has been globally banned by various international organizations, there remains an estimated 25 to 30 million people in some form of slavery, whether it is the Asian sex trade (which traffics in young females) or more traditional slavery used for manual labor and servitude.

The first slaves used by Europeans in what would later become the United States territory were seen in the early 1500’s and were part of various Spaniard explorers’ attempts to colonize parts of North America or to find certain legendary locations like the Seven Cities of Gold and the Fountain of Youth.

In 1619 a group of twenty Africans were brought to the English colony in Jamestown, Virginia by a Dutch soldier and sold as indentured servants. The transition from indentured servitude to racial slavery happened gradually, and it was not until 1661 that a reference to slavery entered Virginia law (the law was directed at Caucasian servants who ran away with African servants). It was not until the Slave Codes of 1705 that African American status as slaves was sealed into American history.

Despite the popularly held belief that British North America (the United States) was the primary destination of African slaves, only about 5% of the slaves brought out of Africa actually ended up there. The vast majority of slaves were actually sent to the Caribbean (British and French holdings), Brazil, and South America. Also, many slaves in British North America were owned by plantation owners who lived in Britain and oversaw their land holdings and affairs from afar, without ever having set foot on American soil.

Contemporary knowledge regarding slavery, even by those who claim to be outraged at the oppression of their people as slaves, is extremely limited. As already stated, the United States only received about 5% of the total slave trade. According to the 1860 Federal Census, only 1.4% of the total White American population owned slaves, with 4.8% of the Southern White American population being slave owners.

While slavery is most often considered a black eye on the history of the United States, the United States actually played a very small part in the Atlantic slave trade from Africa, and an almost nonexistent role in the global slave trade. The first slaves in the United States were actually Caucasians and were brought from Britain when America was colonized. Following colonization, the settlers then attempted to use Native Americans in the slavery role before it evolved into where it stands today – with the public image of slavery being that of an African American being owned by a white American.

 

[A]nother known historical fact that is quietly swept under the rug is that all the slaves the “western” nations had, were originally purchased from the Islamic Caliphate. That is right, the supply side of the equation was an islamically approved and sanctioned slave market fueled by the belief that non-muslims (kaffirs) were less than human.

The Arab Slave Trade peaked in the 18th and 19th centuries, but it began in the 8th century with the Arab invasion of north Africa and extended into the first decades of the 20th century.  There were three main branches.[7]   The trans-Saharan route ran from northern Nigeria or Timbuktu to Tunis or Tripoli, carrying gold, ivory, and slaves seized from sub-Saharan, unconverted (non-Islamic) communities—an estimated 3.5 to 4 million over a 12-century period.

 

Map showing main slave routes from http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/83/African_slave_trade.png

 

Another route ran along the shores of the Red Sea carrying slaves from Muslim kingdoms in southern Sudan and the Christian kingdom in Ethiopia to Red Sea ports.  At the end of the 18th century, Darfur was sending 5,000 to 6,000 slaves a year along this route.  One scholar guessed that between 12 million and 15 million passed through Cairo in the 16th century.[9]

Finally, the Indian Ocean route began on the east coast and ended at ports on the Persian Gulf, transporting slaves to the Arabian peninsula and the Middle East, with some going to India and even Indonesia or China.

How many slaves did the Arab trade account for between the 8th and 20th centuries? Impossible to say, given the absence of records for most of the period.  Estimates by scholars range widely from over 8 million to 25 million.  For comparison, the Atlantic trade, which flourished between the 16th and 19th centuries, is said to have involved 12.5 million slaves.

 

Do you think the left and their Useful idiots will ask the Oil Rich Islamic Kingdoms for reparations?

 

Share the facts. The Truth is a great way to expose the FRAUD.

 

click here for more details https://john-gaultier.blogspot.com/2015/03/most-muslims-look-down-on-blacks.html

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Intro to ‘THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF SLAVERY…’

Intro by John R. Houk, Blog Editor

© July 20, 2020

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THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF SLAVERY THAT THE SOCIAL JUSTICE MARXISTS AND THE NEW YORK TIMES AND THE 1619 PROJECT DO NOT WANT YOU TO KNOW ABOUT!

 

 JOHN GAULTIER’S FEROCIOUS CONSERVATIVE BULLETIN

 

Blogger Profile About John Gaultier

 

I AM A FEROCIOUS CONSERVATIVE RIGHT WINGER UNDERGROUND… IN EXILE IN AMERICA ! I AM AN UNRELENTING FEROCIOUS CONSERVATIVE: Ferocious = (fə-rō’shəs) “Marked by unrelenting intensity; to the extreme” Conservative = (kən-sûr’və-tĭz’əm) “A political philosophy or attitude emphasizing respect for traditional institutions and distrust of government activism” My page is a place for Unrelenting Ferocious Activist Conservatives across our country to gather and discuss and plan our next moves. I am tired of sitting around and playing “nice” while the Progressive Liberals have spent the last 50 years attacking and denigrating our values and our beliefs while our side sits around and tries real hard to be accommodating and “Nice”! (Political Correctness!) NO MORE!! AS AN UNRELENTING FEROCIOUS CONSERVATIVES. I WILL ATTACK BACK!

 

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Author: oneway2day

I am a Neoconservative Christian Right blogger. I also spend a significant amount of time of exposing theopolitical Islam.

2 thoughts on “Intro to ‘THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF SLAVERY…’”

  1. A pretty accurate report, but there were no white slaves in colonial America. Indentured servants were not slaves. And, only 380,000 black slaves were brought to the American colonies out of over 11,000,000 brought to the New World. Only one third of the Blacks in America today can trace their ancestry to colonial America. The slaves in America by 1860 included those in territories taken over by America from the French and Spanish. And, we did not attempt to use Indians for slaves, like the Spanish. Bartolome de las Casas started the slave trade to the New World. The American Indians had slaves.
    And yes, the Communists decided long ago, after trying other methods, to go into the black communities and spread propaganda in order to advance their cause. Karl Marx had people in America before 1848, and Lenin had them here before WWI. They had no luck getting white Americans to go for their garbage. So they went on to first importing immigrants from Europe, some of whom were outright Communists, and others, and they also sent community organizers into black communities, and they backed the black Muslim movement. They really racheted up after WWII. I have books by Communists which say exactly what they were doing. None of us have been taught real history so it is tough to stand against the propaganda.

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