In an article from the November 16th, 2015 issue of “The Flat Hat”, the student newspaper of William and Mary University, the alma mater of Thomas Jefferson, it’s reported that students posted sticky notes all over Thomas Jefferson’s statue depicting him as vile and racist: “RAPIST RAPIST RAPIST”, “Racism is a choice”, “Pedophile”, “How dare you glorify him” are some of the actual notes.
Here’s the actual article, note that the author is “on the fence” and even calls Jefferson racist by today’s standards (I guess “today’s standards of a racist is a white person who fought to free the country of slavery”).
This and other events around the county at universities where students protest about racism (where often the events they point to have been made up), needing “safe spaces” (sometimes only for blacks), sometimes demanding whites leave the protests areas, demanding faculty and staff be made up of a certain percentage of non-whites, demanding special privilege for non-whites, etc.
This demonstrates what a complete and utter failure public education has become. It also demonstrates what a complete success the subversive dissemination of progressive propaganda has been since the 1960s.
These students and a good percentage of teachers and professors do not consider our country something to be proud of, they think of our county as having a racist past, and think of our country as needing “social justice”.
Nothing could be farther from the truth.
lack of knowledge or information.
Slavery was well established long before this country was founded, in fact long before Jesus set foot on earthly soil. To farther demonstrate the lack of accurate knowledge provided by current education standards, go ask some college age or high school age people if slavery still exists. Or, ask them if there were white slaves in America. Better yet, ask them if there were black slave OWNERS in America. They will probably be shocked to learn that slavery is STILL a very active and profitable trade in many African countries and middle east countries (mostly still a Muslim business as it was back in the days when it was legal in the USA). They would be shocked to learn that there were black slave owners in USA, and that the largest slave owner in South Carolina at one point was a black man. These same students probably would tell you that white, slave traders went to Africa to capture slaves – shock, that’s not true: slaves were captured by other Africans (as still goes on now) and traded by Muslim slave traders (as still goes on now).
The fact is, very few people in America could afford to own slaves: less than 5%.
The fact is, the slaves that did come to this country were treated better that the majority of slaves that went to other areas of the world (it was still bad, I’m not saying it was not bad). This includes white slaves captured from US trade ships by Muslim slave traders and pirates. Slaves in America lived almost as long as white farm hands, slaves traded to other countries lived short, brutally short lives: only months.
These facts are not well known and not often taught in school, and are completely ignored by professional SJWRBs (Social Justice Warrior Race Baiters).
Here’s the biggest, most well-kept secret of them all: The founders of the United States of America, including Thomas Jefferson, wanted to abolish slavery from the start: it did not go along with their Christian values. In fact, the founding of this county was the first time the framework was EVER laid to allow that to happen.
True to their work, as soon as the Colonists had separated from Britain, many of America’s founding fathers released their slaves despite threats and dire warnings from vested interests who threatened to bring the entire country to its knees if anyone dared to free slaves…
page 155, Shadow Men – an Encyclopedia of Mind Control by Dr. Anthony Napoleon, 2015
If knowledge is power, then lack of knowledge equates to POWERLESS-NESS. Our youth have been robbed of their God given freedoms provided by the wisdom of men like Thomas Jefferson, and instead they’ve been enslaved yet again. This time the chains are invisible but just as real and binding as their 18th century iron counterparts. Hard work and learning the truth will get you ahead. If you want to be taken care of, and have something given to you, then that comes with a price – and that price turns out to be quite high.
I feel safe thinking that slaves from our founding father’s days would laugh at the pitiful complaints of the persons sticking stickers on Jefferson’s statue and tell them to wake up from their stupor, read what our founding fathers really believed and thought, and get to work.
Until next time,