The Truth About Slavery and Occupation in the Americas
Here's the truth about slavery, racism and occupation they don't teach you in school or the history books:
1) Native Americans were the original slave traders in the Americas. Europeans did not introduce slavery to this continent. Most of the Native groups in the land that later became the United States and Canada practiced slavery for thousands of years before Europeans arrived. Comanches put captives through a rigorous process of enslavement—a dehumanizing initiation that brought a non-Comanche captive into the tribe through renaming, tattooing, beating, whipping, mutilation, and starvation. Once a person was enslaved, there were varying degrees of freedom and privilege she or he could attain.
Male captives might be made blood bondsmen with their owners, or forced security guards, protecting them from ill treatment and casual sale; women might be married into the tribe, or forced into marriage, after which time they became “full-fledged tribal members”; children might be adopted outright or offered as human sacrifice. Human sacrifice and other forms of torture—self-inflicted or otherwise—were common for many Native cultures. Hundreds of thousands of Native slaves were offered to the Gods as human sacrifice.
Once Europeans showed up, Natives ramped up their supply of Native slaves, and also traded black slaves, the same way African leaders sold their own into slavery off the African coast for profit.
2) 90 percent of the total number of African slaves transported to the New World between 1600 and 1850 were imported to Brazil and the Caribbean. Less than 4 percent of African slaves were sent to the area that would become the United States of America. The major Atlantic slave trading nations were: the Portuguese, the British, the French, the Spanish, and the Dutch. These nations established outposts on the African coast where they purchased African slaves from local African leaders. Black Muslims, who sold their own, were the WORST and most prolific slavers in history. They enslaved MILLIONS and still traffic and enslave their own in Africa TODAY in open slave markets on the streets.
There weren't a lot of Confederate soldiers running around the Americas back then buying slaves...just Natives, Africans, and Europeans who traded and kept slaves for themselves. Few people know that female slaves from Central America were trafficked to the white colonists in the Americas and later burned at the stake for practicing sorcery. The Salem witch trials in New England condemned female slaves to horrific deaths for being witches. From 1300-1700, some 8 million women were burned alive in Europe and the Americas for being witches. Nobody is marching for them.
3) Today, there are still 45 million enslaved people on the globe - mostly in Africa, Middle East, Pakistan and India. African slaves are sold for $200 on the streets and then mutilated and "cooked like kebabs" by violent Libyan gangs. Hundreds of African slave markets have sprung up in Libya since the Globalist engineered fall of Gaddafi, who was the policeman of the region. Black Muslims are selling their brothers and sisters just like they've done for a thousand years. 75% of those sold into slavery in Libya have their bodies mutilated, organs harvested and then are roasted like suya [an African kebab] for dinner. This is the horror show of open borders mass migration and human trafficking.
4) 75 years ago, 30,000 Haitians were slaughtered by their neighbors in the Dominican Republic. It was called the Parsley Massacre because Dominican soldiers carried a sprig of parsley. They would ask people suspected of being Haitian to pronounce the Spanish word for it: "perejil". If they couldn't pronounce it, they hacked them to death with machetes.
Those whose first language was Haitian Creole found it difficult to say it correctly, and they paid for it with their lives. 30,000 Haitians were killed in the Dominican Republic on the orders of the Dominican dictator Rafael Trujillo. Bodies were dumped in the Massacre River. From late September to mid-October that year, men, women and children were rounded up, then beaten or hacked to death for just being Haitian.
Haitian migrants had, for generations, crossed the informal border to work as laborers in the sugar plantations of the Dominican Republic. But during the Great Depression the country's economy began to slump and Haitians became the scapegoat. The slaughter of 1937 changed the relationship between the two countries on the island of Hispaniola and its effects are still felt today.
After the massacre, the Dominican culture became exclusive. No more Haitians allowed citizenship. The living standards in the Dominican Republic are considerably higher than those in Haiti and Dominicans are 10 times more wealthy than Haitians. Tensions between the Dominican Republic and Haiti remain high. More than a million illegal Haitian migrants still live and work in the Dominican Republic, and people-smuggling is rife. Dark-skinned Haitians are still rejected by light-skinned Dominicans as inferior.
5) Turns out that DNA analysis of ORIGINAL Native Americans in the United States shows they were WHITE Scandinavians! During excavations of an 11,500-year-old residential camp in Central Alaska, researchers discovered the remains of a girl, but full DNA testing only now became available.
The results revealed the child had a distinct genetic makeup and was part of a group of early humans called the Beringians. The Beringians split from Europeans around 20,000 years ago and came to North America over an ice bridge connecting Eurasia to Alaska via the Bering Strait. As the ice caps melted at the end of the last ice age, the Beringians moved southward and mixed with other Native populations.
Nearly half of the ancient girl’s DNA came from northern Europeans who lived in present day Scandinavia. According to Eske Willerslev, an evolutionary geneticist at the University of Copenhagen, whose team recovered the girl’s DNA from a dense part of her skull known as the petrous bone. “This is a new population of Native Americans – the white Native American.”
5) Did you know that many Native American tribes still relate the legends of finding red-haired white men occupying early America? They tell tales of how their ancestors fought terrible, protracted wars against the white giants when they first encountered them in North America almost 15,000 years ago. Others, like the Aztecs and Mayans, recorded their encounters with a race of white giants to the north when they ventured out on exploratory expeditions. Who were these white men that history books have ignored? Their burial sites and remains have been discovered on nearly every continent.
In the United States they have been unearthed in Virginia, New York state, Michigan, Illinois,Tennessee, Arizona and Nevada. In Nevada, the story of the native Paiute’s wars against these giant red-haired men became a scientific reality in 1924 when the Lovelock Caves were excavated.
The Lovelock Cave is approximately 40-feet deep and 60-feet wide. It’s a very old cave that pre-dates humans on this continent. The Paiutes, a Native-American tribe indigenous to parts of Nevada, Utah and Arizona, told early white settlers about their ancestors’ battles with a ferocious race of white, red-haired giants. According to the Paiutes, the giants were already living in the area. The Paiutes named the giants “Si-Te-Cah” that literally means “tule-eaters.” The tule is a fibrous water plant the giants wove into rafts to escape the Paiutes continuous attacks. According to the Paiutes, the red-haired whites were a vicious, unapproachable people that killed and ate captured Paiutes as food. [Overestimation is to be expected.]
The Paiutes told the early settlers that after many years of warfare, all the tribes in the area finally joined together to rid themselves of the red-haired giants. Later, an earthquake rocked the region and the cave entrance collapsed leaving only enough room for bats to enter it and make it their home. Scientific researchers, who excavated the cave, recovered 10,000 artifacts including the mummified remains of two red-haired giants. Archaeologists came to the inescapable conclusion that the Paiutes myth was no myth; it was true. Since then, the museum has removed the remains to a "hidden" location. Why? Messes with the political narrative. White Europeans were the original inhabitants of the Americas.
6) Mexico has no right to call America racist. It's still one of the most racist countries on earth. No honest Mexican can deny the fact of Mexican racism; multiple studies confirm that beyond any doubt. Racial differences heavily influence Mexican society. Racism in Mexico, both against blacks and dark-skinned indigenous Indians, has a long history. Mexico's colonial past has left its mark on modern-day society. Prejudice toward "pure-blood" Indians from those who are "mixed-blood" (Spanish and Indian) is rife. Almost uniformly, people who are darker-skinned and of Indian descent make up the peasantry and working classes, while lighter-skinned, Spanish-descent Mexicans are in the ruling elite.
It was the Spanish slave trade that first brought Africans to Mexico, as early as 1520. The Spanish crown soon expanded the practice into a full-blown slave trade. The population of blacks grew to outnumber the Spanish and eventually reached 200,000. With Mexico's independence in 1829, slavery was finally abolished after almost 300 years. But slavery had taken its toll on the remnants of African culture, and intermarriage with indigenous people, and to a lesser extent with the Spanish, created a population of mixed-bloods, or mulattos. The descendants of these people continued to intermarry, which may be why the contemporary Afro-Mexican population is relatively small.
Ten percent of Mexico is “gachupine” (gah-choo-pee-neh), which is loosely translated as “white” — an Aztec word meaning "a man wearing shoes with pins," or spurs. There were no horses in the Western Hemisphere when the Spanish arrived, so there were no spurs. Sixty percent of Mexico is mixed Indian and white, and 30 percent pure Amerindian.
Between 1519 and 1821, when the Spanish ran Mexico, racial codes organized the Spanish Western Hemisphere into more than a dozen different racial classifications starting with those born in Spain, the Peninsulares; they were No. 1. Their children born in the New World, the Criollos, were No. 2; No. 3 was the part-Spanish, part-Indian, the mestizo. The penultimate category was the Zamba, half-black and half-Indian. Last was the 100 percent Indian, or Indio. The only people who could own land and conduct government affairs were in the No. 1 and No. 2 classifications; there was no voting as Spain was a monarchy, not a democracy.
No wonder, then, that a fed-up Catholic priest, Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, enamored with American independence and democratic government, loudly pronounced “Death to bad government, death to the gachupines!” to his parishioners at midnight, Sept. 16, 1810; the churchgoers rushed out and attacked Spanish-owned businesses and government property, starting more than 10 years of war for independence.
In retrospect, his followers included mestizos and Indians who were fed up with the overt racism imposed by the Spanish-born and their children on them and on Africans whom Spain brought to Mexico as slaves. Father Hidalgo was himself a “criollo” without a drop of Indian blood.
One view of modern Mexico is that the racial society Father Hidalgo detested still exists, though it is not official policy, as it was when Hidalgo rebelled.
Racism in Mexico is not news to Mexicans. The Mexican National Council to Prevent Discrimination has done a study that shows 20 percent of Mexicans are uncomfortable with the color of their skin; 25 percent say they have been discriminated against because of their “appearance,” 55 percent recognized that there is discrimination based on skin color; and 23 percent admit they would not want to live with a person of a different race or culture.
In a similar study in 2016, 72 percent agreed that racism exists in Mexico and 47 percent said Indians (and at least 68 Indian dialects are spoken in Mexico) don’t have the same job opportunities as other Mexicans.
So, the next time someone calls you a white supremacist, land robber or racist, tell them the real story of slavery and occupation of the Americas. The moral? We are all guilty of enslaving and killing our fellow man. White, black and brown. We all have ancestors who were slaves or ancestors of privilege. No one is clean. But white people have done more to FREE people from slavery than any other race. We are all equally human and equally good and evil. In America today, no one is oppressed. We are all privileged Americans - living in the greatest country on God's green earth. I'm tired of the false narratives used to divide us. We are all one race. The human race.
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