Since my own alleged racism as a white person is drummed into me and my children 24 hours a day by the controlled and divisive American-Zionist media, I’ve decided to join in on the theme. Since there’s no escaping it, I’ve pulled up some important statistics.
I found the following here:
“The fact is large numbers of free Negroes owned black slaves; in fact, in numbers disproportionate to their representation in society at large. In 1860 only a small minority of whites owned slaves. According to the U.S. census report for that last year before the Civil War, there were nearly 27 million whites in the country. Some eight million of them lived in the slaveholding states.
The census also determined that there were fewer than 385,000 individuals who owned slaves (1). Even if all slaveholders had been white, that would amount to only 1.4 percent of whites in the country (or 4.8 percent of southern whites owning one or more slaves).
In the rare instances when the ownership of slaves by free Negroes is acknowledged in the history books, justification centers on the claim that black slave masters were simply individuals who purchased the freedom of a spouse or child from a white slaveholder and had been unable to legally manumit them. Although this did indeed happen at times, it is a misrepresentation of the majority of instances, one which is debunked by records of the period on blacks who owned slaves. These include individuals such as Justus Angel and Mistress L. Horry, of Colleton District, South Carolina, who each owned 84 slaves in 1830. In fact, in 1830 a fourth of the free Negro slave masters in South Carolina owned 10 or more slaves; eight owning 30 or more (2).
According to federal census reports, on June 1, 1860 there were nearly 4.5 million Negroes in the United States, with fewer than four million of them living in the southern slaveholding states. Of the blacks residing in the South, 261,988 were not slaves. Of this number, 10,689 lived in New Orleans. The country’s leading African American historian, Duke University professor John Hope Franklin, records that in New Orleans over 3,000 free Negroes owned slaves, or 28 percent of the free Negroes in that city.”
And for a time, free black people could even “own” the services of white indentured servants in Virginia as well. Free blacks owned slaves in Boston by 1724 and in Connecticut by 1783; by 1790, 48 black people in Maryland owned 143 slaves. One particularly notorious black Maryland farmer named Nat Butler “regularly purchased and sold Negroes for the Southern trade,” Halliburton wrote.
Perhaps the most insidious or desperate attempt to defend the right of black people to own slaves was the statement made on the eve of the Civil War by a group of free people of color in New Orleans, offering their services to the Confederacy, in part because they were fearful for their own enslavement: “The free colored population [native] of Louisiana … own slaves, and they are dearly attached to their native land … and they are ready to shed their blood for her defense. They have no sympathy for abolitionism; no love for the North, but they have plenty for Louisiana … They will fight for her in 1861 as they fought [to defend New Orleans from the British] in 1814-1815.”
I found the following here:
Forming a militia, the blacks in New Orleans came out in favor of defending their right to own these slaves and fought on the side of the Confederacy. However, this is somewhat misleading because the stated reason for the Civil War at the time was protection of State’s Rights. The issue at hand was taxation of imports to the South without corresponding representation of the Southern States in the Congress of the Federal government. Since so few people actually owned slaves, the slavery issue would not have garnered support for the war.
After the Civil War however, the black militias transferred their allegiance to the winning side.
“These guys were, to put it bluntly, opportunists par excellence: As Noah Andre Trudeau and James G. Hollandsworth Jr. explain, once the war broke out, some of these same black men formed 14 companies of a militia composed of 440 men and were organized by the governor in May 1861 into “the Native Guards, Louisiana,” swearing to fight to defend the Confederacy. Although given no combat role, the Guards — reaching a peak of 1,000 volunteers — became the first Civil War unit to appoint black officers. ”
This is the Queen of England during the time of the Acadian Expulsion, or as I call it, “The War Between the American Settlers and the Rothschild Mercenaries”. I know, it’s too long a title for a war.
In researching this portrait, I discovered that several artists had been fired for having made a too realistic depiction of this woman. This is the portrait that was found to be acceptably unrealistic. She is obviously a negro, which is no big deal, except that for some reason this fact is largely unknown and it was sought to keep it that way. Her husband, King George III was king during the time of the Acadian ‘expulsion’. The Acadian expulsion was, in essence, a war between the settlers and the mercenary army of this woman and whoever was her family. Neither her father nor her mother are identified on the Wikipedia free propaganda service.
It was a mystery to his subjects in England, why he would travel to such an obscure and distant place to find a Queen. An anecdote that I found once, but can no longer locate, reveals that on the way to retrieving her, his entourage were fairly freaked out when, not one, but two trees were struck by lightening and burst into flames. Ah yes, the flaming family tree as omen.
King George III was recently found, through scientific analysis of a lock of his hair, to have been exposed to extremely high levels of arsenic poisoning which made him ‘mad’, or as we would say today, ‘insane’. That this all happened at a crucial time of the American settlements is not without significance.
This particular Queen is associated with Kew Gardens, which had something to do with the cultivation of poppies and with a tie-in to the Opium Wars of her time. The dried, condensed juice of a poppy, Papaver somniferum, that has a narcotic, soporific, analgesic, and astringent effect and contains morphine, codeine, papaverine, and other alkaloids used in medicine in their isolated or derived forms: a narcotic substance, poisonous in large doses.
In 1773 British exports of opium to China increased to an estimated 75 tons. The Chinese tried to stop the trade and this led to the first Opium War, which was actually a war in which China tried to take back control of her own trade from the this Queen and whoever was her family.
Among her 56 illegitmate grandchildren can be found Lady Augusta Hallyburton, Augusta Wilde, Baroness Truro. Princess Charlotte, the Prince of Wales’s daughter, was, for the whole of her life, the King’s only legitimate grandchild. Who their fathers were is only hinted at. I suspect that they were uncles. Either the brothers of Queen Charlotte or her uncles, and these are not identified.
“With her death in 1817, the King’s unmarried sons scrambled to find appropriate wives from among the German princesses and produce heirs to the throne; but before this, many had been content to keep mistresses or, in the cases of the Prince of Wales and the Duke of Sussex, to marry invalidly. As a result, George III and Queen Charlotte had 56 illegitimate grandchildren.” Their descendants can be found running the dysfunctional governments worldwide, especially in England and America.
This is your big Illuminati elite, next time you feel like thinking that they are something special.
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Bravo! Great research.
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