http://www.amren.com/mtnews/archives...ex_trafficking .php More on (illegal) immigrant enslavement. In this specific article, the sex slavery industry is talked about. Sex slavery is the one part of slavery that the powers that be will reluctantly admit is happening. But from what this retired Border Patrol Agent wrote in this letter sent to VDARE previously linked to in another thread on this forum. http://www.vdare.com/letters/tl_100706.htm#b1 We see a pattern of slavery emerging within this land only part of which is sex slavery. But the egalitarians do not want to admit that slavery never completely disappeared from this country though itsí name may have changed or that they are enjoying the benefits of it expansion today. Though, they may "rent" their slaves from the slaveís master and the master may or may not pay them a small amount, which may or may not be seized immediately for payments of debts incurred. But if one reads about the past slaves were rented out and would from time to time be given money but that did not make them any less slaves unless their masters freed them. This new slavery has another interesting part to it the masters do not always support their own slaves but expect the taxpayers to do it via welfare! In turn, if people oppose supporting the non-white slaves, the slavesí masters label them a "racist". So to oppose this new nonwhite slavery one must be a "racist".
Though, certain not all illegal immigrants are slave, it is likely a shocking number of them probably are. Even some legal ones will likely be discovered to be slaves if the truth was know. Though, the main reason for the elites support of nonwhite immigration is to replace the Whites, a very important reason to the elites is that the nonwhites "immigrants" are their slaves.
http://www.vdare.com/letters/tl_101406.htm Another letter at VDARE from the retired Border Patrol Agent about immigrants being used as "slaves". For now, the White elite prefers to hide behind front men and legal theories that it is not slavery. What this agent likely encountered was just the tip of the iceberg when it come to the new slavery and the beginning stages of it.
http://www.amren.com/mtnews/archives...gyptians_who_e .php A couple of Egyptians who enslaved a 10-year-old Egyptian girl in the USA have been sentenced. The government is letting the slave remain in the USA.
All the evidence is mounting up that the elites are using slaves. They will not call them slaves for a long time to come but more and more they will become slaves, but slaves that society and the taxpayers support so that the elite can make a profit on them.
When the race war is in full swing and openly acknowledged many nonwhite prisoners will be taken and the merchants and egalitarians that have been rescued will implore for them to be put to work for "restitution" and because there labor is needed in the war effort. But in reality the nonwhites would be a negative to society and the war effort but the slave owners would not be footing the bill but society would so any labor that the slave masters got would be profit as society pays the bill. With White victory countless nonwhites will be taken and the same people who use to be all for get Whitey, the egalitarians, will demand that the nonwhites pay restitution in the forum of labor for their crimes. This MUST NOT be allowed to happen or the cycle of chaos will begin a new.
These egalitarians are the supremacist and as can be seen in the post above are slowly bring back nonwhite slavery but not calling it that yet and using nonwhites as their overseers and fall men so that they can claim the slaves who work for them are not theirs. The egalitarian use of slaves will grow and become more and more blatant until the race war burst out into the open. And these egalitarians attacks on the White working and middle classes will also grow.
In the end, the struggle will come down to supremacist (egalitarians and merchants) who will want to keep nonwhites as slaves or "free" within White lands and separatist who do not.
Mike Huckabee governor of Arkansas for a few more days said that Mestizos and Latin American Indians give us a second chance. A second chance for the rich to have slaves! But this time they demand that the taxpayers support them from the get go and not wait until they are "free" but to support them from the start so that the rich do not have to pay the upkeep coast of these new slaves! People like Huckabee may try to hide their demands behind high sounding words but when the facade is striped away one sees nothing but the importation of nonwhite slaves and people like Huckabee kowtowing and doing the bidding of the new slave masters.
We should free these nonwhite slaves and send them home. As long as these nonwhite slaves remain within our land they remain slaves and do their masters bidding. Even today the blacks obey their liberal masters who take care of them via the taxpayers money. These slaves give their "votes" to their masters and support their masters against the working and middle class Whites.
It is time that we take a firm stand and oppose this new nonwhite slavery. People like Huckabee must be stood against and their demands for the importation of new nonwhite slaves and taxpayer support for them must be opposed--it is our moral duty! It is time that we stand against the new slavers like Mike Huckabee and the rich new masters!
This is a letter to VDARE and I found these words very accurate "Our elites are re-introducing slavery while claiming the moral high ground. This manifests as hatred for us who they condemn as racists to excuse themselves."
Uncensored old accounts of the true history of the ameriKan slave industry. Thanks, Chet, and please become a regular here soon!
From: Chet_mwhiten <email@example.com>
To: Charles Demastus firstname.lastname@example.org
023<X-TAB></X-TAB>THE SOUTH NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR SLAVERY
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Neither the introduction of slaves into America nor their continued Importation can be charged to the South.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>From the original Gray Book</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>By Arthur H. Jennings, Chairman, Gray Book committee.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Undoubtedly, England, Spain and the Dutch were primarily and largely responsible for the introduction and the earlier importation of slaves into this country. As Bancroft says, ‚ÄúThe sovereigns of England and Spain were the greatest slave merchants in the world.‚ÄĚ </DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Later on, this country came into prominence in the traffic in human bodies and Dubois, the historical Negro writer says ‚ÄúThe American slave trade came to be carried on principally by the United States capital, in United States ships, officered by United States citizens and under the United States flag‚ÄĚ. Supporting this, Dr. Phillips of Tulane University in his section of ‚ÄúThe South in the building of the Nation,‚ÄĚ states, ‚ÄúThe great volume of the slave traffic from the earlier 17th century onward was carried on by English and Yankee vessels, with some competition from the French and the Dutch.‚ÄĚ </DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>The responsibility for this home, or American, participation in the slave importing business rests primarily and principally upon New England and likewise, very largely, upon New York. It was a boast and a taunt of pre-war days with pro slavery orators that, ‚Äúthe north imported slaves, the South only bought them‚ÄĚand historians assert that ‚Äúthere is some truth in the assertion.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Indeed it was widely claimed that ‚Äúno Southern man or Southern ship ever brought a slave to the United States,‚ÄĚ and while this statement is disputed ( by some yankees ) and is perhaps not strictly true according to the letter, it is undoubtedly true in spirit, for the cases where a Southern man or a Southern ship could be charged with importing slaves are few indeed, while New England, as well as New York, were openly and boldly engaged in the traffic, employing hundreds of ships in the nefarious business.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>‚ÄúSlavery,‚ÄĚ says Henry Watterson, in the Louisville Courier Jouneral, ‚Äúexisted in the beginning north and South. But finding slave labor unsuited to its needs and, therefore, unprofitable, sold its slaves to the South, not forgetting to pocket the money it got for them, having indeed at a great profit brought them over from Africa in its ships.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Mr Cecil Chesterman, a distinguished English historian, in his ‚ÄúHistory of the United States‚ÄĚ says on this point, ‚ÄúThe north had been the original slave traders. The African slave trade had been their particular industry. Boston itself had risen to prosperity on the profits of the abominable traffic.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>The Marquis of Lothian, in his ‚ÄúConfederate Secession‚ÄĚ makes the statement that ‚Äúout of 1500 American slave traders, only five were from the South,‚ÄĚ but apparently this statement is contradicted later in his volume when he says, ‚Äúout of 203 slavers entering the port of Charleston, S. C., in four years, 1796 to 1799 inclusive, 91 were English, 88 Yankees, 10 were French and 13 South.***</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Many indeed are the authorities that support the statement that the South did not import slaves. ‚ÄúSlavery,‚ÄĚ says Senator John W. Daniel of Virginia, ‚ÄúWas thrust on the South, an uninvited, aye, a forbidden guest‚ÄĚ and Dr. Charles Morris, in his ‚ÄúHistory of Civilization‚ÄĚ says ‚ÄúThe institution of slavery was not of their making; it had been thrust upon their fathers against their violent opposition.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Mrs. Sea, in her book, ‚ÄúThe Synoptical Review Of Slavery,‚ÄĚ says ‚ÄúI have heard the statement made, and gentlemen of the highest standing for scholarly attainment, given as authority that no Southern man ever owned a slave ship and that no slave ship handled by a Southern man ever brought a cargo of slaves from Africa.‚ÄĚ </DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Dr. Lyon G. Tyler, the scholarly President of William and Mary College, Virginia, and an authority, says, regarding this statement, ‚ÄúI am sure it can be said that no Southern man or Southern ship, as far as is known engaged in the slave trade.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>References to Southern ships or Southern men engaged in the slave importing business are at best vague. The famous case of the ‚ÄúWanderer‚ÄĚ, one of the most noted of slave trading vessels, is often mentioned and her ownership is credited to men of Charleston and Savannah, but even if this be true she was built in New York, her captain was a New York man, and a member of the New York Yacht Club and the ‚ÄúWanderer‚ÄĚ sailed under the proud flag of that club when she went to the Congo after slaves. Her captain was later expelled from the club for this offense.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>The fact that there was domestic traffic in slaves, some of this domestic traffic being carried on through coastwise trading, seems to have confused some and induced them to believe the South engaged in the slave importing business. On the other hand, the responsibility of New England and New York for the almost exclusive monopoly of domestic participation is mos clearly established. Massachusettes (sic) looms largely to the front when investigation into the gruesome subject is pursued. The first ship of this country, the ‚ÄúDesire‚ÄĚ, was fitted out in Massachusetts, and set sail for the coast of Africa from Marblehead., Massachusetts was the first of all the colonies to authorize the establishment by statute law, doing this some decades before her example was followed by any of the Southern colonies. The first statute establishing slavery in America embodied in the Code of Massachusetts, adopted in 1642, and it should be realized that slave trading in Massachusetts was not a private enterprise but was carried on by authority of the Plymouth Rock colony.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>The puritans early evinced a tendency to enslave Indian captives and sell them out of the country, and from that early day down to a period practically after the War Between The States (WBTS) had begun (for the last slave ship, the ‚ÄúNightingale‚ÄĚ, sailing from Boston and fitted out there, with 900 slaves on board was captured at the mouth of the Congo River after the WBTS had started ) New England, with Massachusetts leading, stood preeminent in the slave trade.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Much of the prominence and wealth of these states was derived from the slave trade and the commercial importance of such tows such as Newport, Rhode Island, was based entirely upon the traffic. It is stated that Faneuil Hall, the famous ‚ÄúCradle of Liberty‚ÄĚ where so many abolition speeches, were, were denunciatory of the South were made, was built with money earned in the slave traffic, as Peter Faneuil was actively engaged in it.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>‚ÄúIt was a traffic,‚ÄĚ says Dr. Phillips, in ‚ÄúThe South in Building of the Nation‚ÄĚ in whier (sic) highly honorable men like Peter Faneuil engaged and which the puritans did not condemn in the Colonial period. Stephen Girard is another prominent philanthropist of the north who made money in slaves, working large numbers of them on a Louisiana sugar plantation which he owned, and it asserted that Girard College was built with money earned by the labors of these slaves.</DIV>
<DIV>In fact , Dubois asserts that the New England conscience which would not allow to flourish on the sacred soil of Massachusetts did not hesitate to seize the profits resulting from the rape of slaves from their African homes and their sale to Southern planters. But, according to John Adams it was not a tender conscience but an economic reason which the forbidding of slaves in Massachusetts was based, for he was quoted as saying, ‚ÄúArgument might have had some weight in the abolition of slavery in Massachusetts, but the real cause was the multiplication of laboring white people who no longer would suffer the rich to employ these sable rivals so much to their injury.‚ÄĚ Thomas Jefferson, who had introduced a scathing denunciation of, and protest against, the slave trade in the Declaration of Independence, withdrew it upon the insistence of Adams and other New Englanders, and he indulges in the following little bit of sarcasm at their expense, ‚Äú(our northern friends who are tender under these censures, for, though their people have very few slaves, yet they had been considerable carriers of them to others.‚ÄĚ)</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Economic reasons were the base of abolition of slavery in New England. There is abundance of record to show dissatisfaction with Negro labor, who were stated to be ‚Äúeye servants, great thieves, much addicted to lying and stealing: and the superiority of white labor was brought prominently forward. Furthermore, the mortality of the Negroes in the cold New England climate was great and figures were brought forward to show how their importation into the section was not ‚Äúprofitable‚ÄĚ. Governor Dudley in a formal report in 1708 stated that ‚ÄúNegroes have been found unprofitable investments, the planters preferring white servants.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Boston was all along prominent in the slave trade, the ‚ÄúContinental Monthly‚ÄĚ of New York, as late as January, 1862 being quoted as saying, ‚Äúthe city of New York has been until late (1862) the principal port of the world for this infamous traffic, the cities of Portland (Maine) and Boston being only second to her in that distinction.‚ÄĚ ‚ÄúSlave dealers,‚ÄĚ it continues, ‚Äúadded to the wealth of our metropolis.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Vessels from Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New Hampshire were early and largely engaged in the slave trade, and it is a very significant fact that duties, more or less heavy, were imposed upon the imported slaves in Southern harbors of the country, the ports of New England were offered as a free exchange mart for slavers.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>New England citizens were traders by instinct and profession, and with the birth of commerce in the New World they eagerly turned to the high profits of the African slave trade and made it a regular business. The ‚ÄúHartford Courant‚ÄĚ in an issue of July, 1916, said, ‚Äúnorthern rum had much to do with the extension of slavery in the South. Many people in the State (Connecticut) as well as in Boston, made snug fortunes for themselves by sending rum to Africa to be exchanged for slaves and selling the slaves to the planters of the Southern states.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Rhode Island at an early date had 150 vessels engaged in the slave trade, while at a later date, when New York had loomed to the front of the trade, the New York ‚ÄúJournal of Commerce‚ÄĚ is quoted as saying, ‚ÄúFew of our readers are aware of the extent to which this infernal traffic is carried on by vessels clearing from New York and downtown merchants of wealth and respectability are engaged extensively in buying and selling African Negroes, and have been for an indefinite number of years.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>As early as 1744 (1711?) A slave market was established in New York city in the neighborhood of Wall street where slaves from Africa were brought to supply the Southern market. There was another prominent slave market in Boston. The slaves were hurried into the South as fast as possible as hundreds died from cold and exposure and the sudden change from a tropic African climate to a bleak northern temperature. The United States Marshall for that New York district reported in 1856 that ‚Äúthe business of fitting out slavers was never prosecuted with greater energy than at present.‚ÄĚ In a year and a half preceding the war between the War Between The States (WBTS) eighty five slave trading vessels are reported as fitting out in New York harbor and Dubois writes that, ‚Äúfrom 1850 to 1860 the fitting out of slavers became a flourishing business in the United States and centered in New York city.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Although Massachusetts and New York were thus prominent in the business of enslaving and importing Africans and selling them to South America (Brazil) and the Southern colonies, and later the Southern States in the Union, other parts of New England took a most prominent part in the slave trade. Indeed, in ‚ÄúReminiscenses of Samuel Hopkins, ‚Äú Rhode Island is said to have been ‚Äúmore deeply interested in the slave than any other colony in New England and has enslaved more Africans.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV> Thus beginning with that first slave ship of this country, the ‚ÄúDesire‚ÄĚ of Marblehead, Mass., the slave trade flourished in New England and New York. The favorite method was to exchange rum for Negroes and sell the Negroes to the Southern plantations. Federal laws were powerless to hold in check the keenness for this profitable traffic in human flesh. As late as 1850, the noted slave smuggler, Drake, who flourished and operated along the Gulf Coast, is reported to have said, ‚ÄúSlave trading is growing more profitable every year, and if you should hang all the Yankee merchants engaged in it, hundreds more would take their places.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>The outlawing of the traffic seemed to stimulate it. From the very inception of the institution of slavery in this country there was protest and action against it throughout the Southern colonies. The vigorous action of Virginia and her protests to the royal government to prohibit the further importation of slaves to her territory are well known. We have seen how Jefferson introduced into the Declaration of Independence a protest against the slave trade which he withdrew at the behest of New England. Every prominent man in Virginia at this period was in favor of gradual emancipation and there were more than five times as many members of abolition societies in the South than in the north. Only with the rise of the rabid abolitionists of New England and their fierce denunciations of the South did the South abandon hope of gradual emancipation. Touching this, Mr. Cecil Chesterman, quoted above, states very clearly in his ‚Äúhistory of the United States,‚ÄĚ ‚Äúwhat could exceed the effrontery of men,‚ÄĚ asked the Southerner, ‚Äúwho reproach us with grave personal sin in owning property which they themselves sold us and the price of which is at this moment in their pockets?‚ÄĚ Virginia legislated against slavery over a score of times; South Carolina protested against it as early as 1727, and in Georgia there was absolute prohibition of it by law. Let it be remembered that when the National Government took action the slavery prohibition laws of Congress went into effect in 1808, every Southern state had (already) prohibited it.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>But, as stated, the outlawing of the traffic seemed but to stimulate it. In the earlier years of the 19th century thousands of slaves were imported into this country. In the year 1819, Gen. James Talmadge, speaking in the House of Representatives, declared; ‚Äúit is a well known fact that about 11,000 slaves have been brought into our country this year,‚ÄĚ and Sergeant, of Pennsylvania, said ; ‚ÄúIt is notorious that in spite of the utmost vigilance that can be employed, African Negroes are clandestinely brought in and sold as slaves.‚ÄĚ</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>The ‚Äúvigilance‚ÄĚ he speaks of, however, was much rediculed by others, and was openly hinted that the efforts of the Federal authorities to suppress the trade, even the look-out for the slavers along the African coast as conducted by vessels of the United States Navy were merely perfunctory. Blake in his ‚ÄúHistory of Slavery and the Slave Trade‚ÄĚ, published in 1857, says; ‚ÄúIt is stated upon good authority that in 1844 more slaves were carried away from Africa in ships than in 1744 (is blurred, 1711?) When the slave trade was in legal and in full vigor;‚ÄĚ while in the year immediately preceding the opening of the War Between States (WBTS), John C. Underwood is quoted as writing to the New York Tribune: ‚ÄúI have ample evidence of the fact the reopening of the slave African trade id an accomplished fact and the traffic is brisk,‚ÄĚwith the United States but thousands of slaves were being smuggled into Brazil.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>Southern members of Congress complained of the violations of the law and the illegal importation of slaves into their territory. Smith, of South Carolina, said on the floor of Congress in 1819; ‚ÄúOur northern friends are not afraid to furnish the Southern States with Africans;‚ÄĚ and in 1819, Middleton, of South Carolina, and Wright, of Virginia, estimated the illicit introduction at from 1300 to 1500 respectively. There is interest in the striking fact that ons year before the outbreak of the War Between The States (WBTS), and at that time when the rabid abolitionists of New England and the north were most vigorous in their denunciations of the South and the slave holders, there in were in Massachusetts only 9000 negroes, while in Virginia there 53,000 of these negroes, free, and able to go where they pleased; and it is significant that as many free negroes chose to live in Southern slave holding states as dwelt in northern states; and many of these free negroes owned slaves themselves and were well-to-do citizens. In the city of Charleston, S. C.,some three hundred free negroes owned slaves themselves.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>In closing this article the following letter, which appeared in the columns of the New Orleans Picayune years ago, may be of interest: ‚ÄúMy Father, Capt. John Julius Guthrie, the of the United States Navy, while the executive officer of the sloop of war ‚ÄėSaratoga‚Äô, on April 21st, 1861, captured at the mouth of the Congo River, on the west coast of Africa, the slave ship ‚ÄėNightingale‚Äô with 900 slaves aboard. The slaver was owned, manned, and equipped in the city of Boston, Mass., and in reference to the date it will that appear her capture was after the assault on Fort Sumter and the Baltimore riot consequent upon the passage of the 6th Massachusetts through the city. This was the last slaver captured by an American war ship and as my Father soon after resigned and went in to the Confederate service, her captain and owners were never brought to trial. All this is a matter of record on file at the Navy Department in Washington. Thus it will be seen that the last capture of a slaver was by a Southern officer and the good people of Massachusetts were ngaged (sic) in this nefarious business at the beginning of our unhappy war.‚ÄĚ S/J. Julius Guthrie, Portsmouth, Va.</DIV>
<DIV><X-TAB></X-TAB>To long has the South had the odium of slavery forced upon her. With the institution thrust upon her against her protest, the slaves flourished in her boundaries on account of climate, and economic conditions favored the spread of the institution itself. The facts set forth above indicate the innocence of the South in foisting this feature upon our national life, as her freedom from guilt continued into this country. While no claim is made for special virtue in that the South did not engage in the slave importing business as the north did, yet the facts as they exist are to her credit. With the facts in her favor, the South sits still under the false indictments constantly made against her by the section of our country most responsible for the whole trouble. Willing to abide by the verdict of posterity, if the verdict is based upon the truth, and not upon the false statements of northern historians, writers and speakers, and willing to accept her share, her full responsibility, in this section, in justice to her dead who died gloriously in a maligned cause, and to her unborn children, inheritors of a glorious heritage, must set forth to the world the facts as they are, neither tainted with injustice to others nor burdened with hypocritical claims for herself; and these facts will establish her in the proud position she has all along been entitled among the people of the earth.</DIV>
<DIV>Chester L. McWhorter Sr</DIV>
<DIV>504 N. Brighton Rd</DIV>
<DIV>Fed Occ. Code 34461-9355</DIV>
<DIV>04 thru 06 will follow to morrow or thursday, or thereabouts..Chet.</DIV>
<DIV>Chet McWhorter Sr</DIV>
<DIV>EXTRA. Beatlesí ĎPenny Laneí named for British slave trader</DIV>
<DIV> http://bostonbanner.com/issues/2007/...s/arts03220742. htm</DIV>
<DIV>LIVERPOOL, England ó Beatles lovers who seek out Penny Lane imagine it as that magical place ďin my ears and in my eyes, there beneath the blue suburban skies.Ē But it has a sinister undertone that still reverberates.
The street in Liverpool, hometown of the Fab Four, is named after James Penny, a slave trader and investor in 11 voyages that took 500 to 600 captives at a time to the New World.
Penny was among the many who enriched themselves and their cities on human trafficking until the slave trade was abolished 200 years ago. Their ships carried millions of human beings from West Africa to the plantations of the Americas in a triangular trade that also brought profitable cargoes of sugar, tobacco and rum to England.
Liverpoolís rise, says local historian Ray Costello, is summed up in the carving on a bank facade: two black children supporting Liverpool as Neptune....................</DIV>
<DIV></DIV></DIV>Edited by: Nelson
"A Legislative History of H-1B and Other Immigrant Work Visas"
Talks about "Contract Labor Law" as a forum of indentured servitude starting with "The Act to Encourage Immigration Law" in 1864. In other words, slavery wasnít ended it just had a name change.
In the mainstream media. Woman arrested for child and Adult abuse. Welfare fraud alleged. Reports of large sums of Welfare money for disable children reported.
Overthrown.com headline reads "Jew Arrested For Keeping Gentile Slaves in St Petersburg, Florida
Bought Four Children From Jewish Slave Dealer, Kept Them Thirteen Or More Years In Servitude"
Isn't that incredibleóthe story from overthrow.com! This is the true meaning of diversity in ameriKa today. Jews kidnap white kids in Europe to become PARIAH slaves, not just slaves, for Jews in the Jew-S-A, while blacks bang the drum about slavery that happened centuries ago and Mexicans work to enslave (or exterminate) whites.
It's a perfect paradigm of Jewish/non-Jewish relations. In the aggregate they are barbarians but nobody faces it, even with such a spectacle of hubris as this. How many visitorsto witch Leekin'spalace passed in and out and saw these pitiful, emaciated youths being worked to death without taking any action? Maybe some did but the authorities refused to act?
Wouldn't you love to know how many acres of grass they had to pull?
Just waitóas she's hauled off to jail for the 90 days they'll probably give her, she'll holler that she's being persecuted as a Jew and it reminds her of the Holocaust© where she lost 100 of her closest relatives to the gas ovens.
This is one of the all time news prizesókudos to you, Michael! Don't know how I missed it because I check Overthrow carefully most every day.
Edited by: Nelson
Promote the NationalisTimesóorder and deploy extra copiesóbring all whom you know into the Forum! Fresh opportunities arise constantly. ANU.ORG is THE number one news page of them all. \"JUST DO ITĒ...
An article entitled "Trafficked women auctioned in pubs and locked up in brothels"
The telling part of this story is that most of the arrests have been for "immigration offences"!
An article entitled "Modern Day Indentured Servitude Program Bad for U.S. and Bad for India"
The story it comes from is entitled "Abolish the H1 and L1 Visas" One most go a ways down the article before encountering the "Indentured Servitude" information.
Things aren't all wine and roses for the H1 workers, by any means. The attitudes among our upper classes that drove the Irish and African slave markets, indentured servitude, child labor and a host of other humanitarian disasters in our past are still with us today. Indentured servitude was not finally abolished in this country until the early 20th century, but the H1 visa program gives daddy Warbucks a way to bring it back.
It is here that I must interject that H1 and L1 workers are not automatically evil or bad people. Most of them come from countries with serious problems developing even the most basic infrastructure outside the major cities, like India and Pakistan. These societies are hampered by a lack of class mobility, institutionalized corruption that is truly breathtaking, and difficulty feeding their own populations. A person from such a country who takes advantage of our
H1 and L1 visa programs is following the natural human tendency to try to better his circumstances and that of his family. Blaming someone for that is fruitless. Rather, the blame lies with the governments of these Third World countries, with our own government and with our own aristocracy of wealth. It is important that if we are going to vent our righteous indignation, that we vent it in the right direction. And taking the brightest and best from the Third World further impoverishes these nations in the interests of the First World oligarchs, constituting a new form of imperialism and exploitation.
Historically, the reputation of Southern Jews has never been tainted by slavery as has White Christian planters, even though minority Jews were found at every level of the slave industry. Here are just a few I found.
*Benjamin, Ansley, George, and Solomon Davis ('The Davis Brothers') of Richmond and Petersburg, Virginia went on the road and sold whole gangs of Blacks beginning in 1838.
*Abrahem Smith was another Jew slave dealer based in Richmond, Virginia.
*Benjamin Mordecai of Charleston, had large slave pens alongside his warehouses, and at one sale in 1859, he purchased $12,000 worth of Africans.
*Jacob Levin of Columbia, South Carolina and Israel I. Jones of Mobile, Alabama were leaders in their Jewish community and among the biggest dealers of Black flesh in the mid-nineteenth century.
*One of the leadingauction barns in New Orleans was operated by Levy Jacobs who paraded Blacks on the auction block, selling slaves bred here in America.
Another little known fact (at least for me it was) that writers of 'Black History' have conveniently ignored is that in 19th century Charleston, South Carolina there were around 3,441 free Blacks, and 266 of them actually owned 1,087 slaves...Some like Louisa R. Da Costa andWilliam Penceel owned a substantial number of slaves which theyhired out as laborers, cloth makers,etc.
One writer declared that 'Indeed, Black slave-holding was widespread throughout the city of Charleston, where a majority of free Black heads of households owned slaves from 1820 to 1840.' Even a Northern visitor to Charleston noted that a number of Blacks in the city were free and owned slaves.
Personally, I think much more research needs to be done in these two little known and little publicized areas of 'Black History.'
*The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Research Department of the Nation of Islam, 1991, Volume I, P. 121, Latimer Associates.
*The Jewish Confederates, Robert N. Rosen, 2000, P. 16 & 382, University of South Carolina Press.
\"No one can understand the issues of this hour unless he understands the Jewish Question\" ~Henry Ford~