Think you know about slavery? You don’t.

Think you know about slavery? You don’t.

A repost, by DrJohn on 17 July, 2021

I first posted this back in July 2015 but given the nonsense transpiring now I felt compelled to once again review the facts about slavery. Slavery was NOT created in the colonies. It was imported to the colonies from Africa. The Dutch went to Africa originally seeking gold and were paid in gold for transporting African slaves from one African port to another for black African slave owners. It’s all here and a lot of it will be uncomfortable to many.

West Africa slave trade. Source for the map: Third World Atlas by Alan Thomas.

Certain things tend to set off triggers in you. For me it was Don Lemon– when he joined the flag-damning freaking idiot liberal lemmings in their bloodlust considering the removal of the Jefferson memorial:

   CNN’s Don Lemon on Tuesday hinted that there will come a day when the United States will have to “rethink” tributes such as the Jefferson Memorial. After a contentious segment with Ben Jones, in which the former Congressman defended the Confederate flag, Legal View host Ashley Banfield brought up the author of the Declaration of Independence.

   She reminded, “There is a monument of him in the capital city of the United States. No one ever asked for that to come down.” At first, Lemon asserted that the comparison was not “equal” and that Jefferson “was a part of the entire United States.” He then added, “There may come a day when we may want to rethink Jefferson, I don’t if we should do that. But when we get to that point, I’ll be happy to partake in that particular discussion.”

And so will I.

I’d already warned about this (How long before the American flag has to come down?) and I got to watch it take place. With each passing day liberals become more and more like ISIS- seeking to purge history of anything they deem politically incorrect according to THEIR version of politically correct history. Let’s go back and look at how slavery came to be. Here are some hard facts.

Thomas Jefferson had nothing but contempt for slavery:

   Thomas Jefferson was a consistent opponent of slavery his whole life. Calling it a “moral depravity” and a “hideous blot,” he believed that slavery presented the greatest threat to the survival of the new American nation. Jefferson also thought that slavery was contrary to the laws of nature, which decreed that everyone had a right to personal liberty. These views were radical in a world where unfree labor was the norm.

   At the time of the American Revolution, Jefferson was actively involved in legislation that he hoped would result in slavery’s abolition. In 1778, he drafted a Virginia law that prohibited the importation of enslaved Africans. In 1784, he proposed an ordinance that would ban slavery in the Northwest territories. But Jefferson always maintained that the decision to emancipate slaves would have to be part of a democratic process; abolition would be stymied until slaveowners consented to free their human property together in a large-scale act of emancipation. To Jefferson, it was anti-democratic and contrary to the principles of the American Revolution for the federal government to enact abolition or for only a few planters to free their slaves.

But don’t blame Jefferson for slavery. Don’t blame the Founding Fathers for slavery. They didn’t invent slavery, although MSNBC and CNN would have you believe they did.

Blame the Sumerians.
Slavery wasn’t invented in Africa. It’s probably a Mesopotamian concept, practiced in Sumeria for millennia before it was seen in Africa. Slavery has long been a staple of Islam and Muslim countries (Slavery in Islam). Islam is also indelibly intertwined with African slavery – (The Role of Islam in Slavery in Africa).

   Black Africans were transported to the Islamic empire across the Sahara to Morocco and Tunisia from West Africa, from Chad to Libya, along the Nile from East Africa, and up the coast of East Africa to the Persian Gulf. This trade had been well entrenched for over 600 years before Europeans arrived, and had driven the rapid expansion of Islam across North Africa.

   By the time of the Ottoman Empire, the majority of slaves were obtained by raiding in Africa. Russian expansion had put an end to the source of “exceptionally beautiful” female and “brave” male slaves from the Caucasians – the women were highly prized in the harem, the men in the military. The great trade networks across north Africa were as much to do with the safe transportation of slaves as other goods. An analysis of prices at various slave markets shows that eunuchs fetched higher prices than other males, encouraging the castration of slaves before export.

In the 1430’s Portuguese explorers came sailing down the West coast of Africa looking to trade not for slaves, but for gold {The Role of Islam in Slavery in Africa} (Hence, the Gold Coast). Slavery was well entrenched in Africa by then. The Portuguese discovered they could obtain their desired gold by transporting slaves from one part of Africa to another- from one African slave owner to another. And:

   Muslim merchants had an insatiable appetite for slaves, which were used as porters on the trans-Saharan routes (with a high mortality rate), and for sale in the Islamic Empire.

In contrast to the popular notions of TV’s Kunta Kinte and Hollywood, most of the Africans who were enslaved came from the interior of Africa (Slave Trade: the African Connection, ca 1788) where Europeans dared not venture:

   A slave’s journey to a life of servitude often began in the interior of Africa with his or her capture as a prize of war, as tribute given by a weak tribal state to a more powerful one, or by outright kidnapping by local traders. European slave traders rarely ventured beyond Africa’s coastal regions. The African interior was riddled with disease, the natives were often hostile and the land uncharted. The Europeans preferred to stay in the coastal region and have the natives bring the slaves to them.

Dr. Alexander Falconbridge described how it went down (Ibid):

   … During my stay on the coast of Africa, I was an eye-witness of the following transaction: a black trader invited a Negro, who resided a lit­tle way up the country, to come and see him. After the entertainment was over, the trader proposed to his guest, to treat him with a sight of one of the ships lying in the river. The unsuspicious countryman read­ily consented, and accompanied the trader in a canoe to the side of the ship, which he viewed with pleasure and astonishment. While he was thus employed, some black traders on board, who appeared to be in the secret, leaped into the canoe, seized the unfortunate man, and dragging him into the ship, immediately sold him.

More about the supply of slaves to the traders (Early European Contact and the Slave Trade):

   It is important to mention, however, that the supply of slaves to the Gold Coast was entirely in African hands. Although powerful traditional chiefs, such as the rulers of Asante, Fante, and Ahanta, were known to have engaged in the slave trade, individual African merchants such as John Kabes, John Konny, Thomas Ewusi, and a broker known only as Noi commanded large bands of armed men, many of them slaves, and engaged in various forms of commercial activities with the Europeans on the coast.

It is a fact that slavery was long endemic in Africa at the beginning of the Transatlantic slave trade and it was employed by black Africans. What about in the US? Did free black men in the US ever own slaves?

You betcha. Let’s turn to our old friend Henry Louis Gates, Jr. (original link scrubbed)

   One of the most vexing questions in African-American history is whether free African Americans themselves owned slaves. The short answer to this question, as you might suspect, is yes, of course; some free black people in this country bought and sold other black people, and did so at least since 1654, continuing to do so right through the Civil War.

And they weren’t really happy about having to part with them:

   When New Orleans fell in late April 1862 to the Union, about 10 percent of these men, not missing a beat, now formed the Native Guard/Corps d’Afrique to defend the Union. Joel A. Rogers noted this phenomenon in his 100 Amazing Facts: “The Negro slave-holders, like the white ones, fought to keep their chattels in the Civil War.” Rogers also notes that some black men, including those in New Orleans at the outbreak of the War, “fought to perpetuate slavery.”

So for two hundred years blacks in the colonies and later the US owned black slaves. And it wasn’t just black men:

   It would be a mistake to think that large black slaveholders were only men. In 1830, in Louisiana, the aforementioned Madame Antoine Dublucet owned 44 slaves, and Madame Ciprien Ricard owned 35 slaves, Louise Divivier owned 17 slaves, Genevieve Rigobert owned 16 slaves and Rose Lanoix and Caroline Miller both owned 13 slaves, while over in Georgia, Betsey Perry owned 25 slaves. According to Johnson and Roark, the wealthiest black person in Charleston, S.C., in 1860 was Maria Weston, who owned 14 slaves and property valued at more than $40,000, at a time when the average white man earned about $100 a year. (The city’s largest black slaveholders, though, were Justus Angel and Mistress L. Horry, both of whom owned 84 slaves.)

According to Gates, free blacks even owned white indentured servants.

Some other facts:
Slavery was officially abolished in the United States in 1865. (House passes the 13th Amendment. January 31, 1865)

New Jersey sort of abolished slavery in 1804 (SLAVERY in NEW JERSEY):

   In 1804 the New Jersey Legislature passed “An Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery.” It provided that females born of slave parents after July 4, 1804, would be free upon reaching 21 years of age, and males upon reaching 25. Like New York’s, this law held a hidden subsidy for slaveowners. A provision allowed them to free their slave children, who would then be turned over to the care of the local overseers of the poor (the state’s social welfare agency in those days). The bill provided $3 a month for the support of such children. A slaveowner could then agree to have the children “placed” in his household and collect the $3 monthly subsidy on them. The evidence suggests this practice was widespread, and the line item for “abandoned blacks” rose to be 40 percent of the New Jersey budget by 1809. It was a tax on the entire state paid into the pockets of a few to maintain what were still, essentially, slaves.

But some slaves were held there until 1865 (History of slavery in New Jersey).

Now, some questions.

Hypothetically- let’s say slavery never existed. You’re a black person who presumably would be born anyway. Changing absolutely nothing, where in Africa would you prefer to live over living in America? Would you prefer Guinea, Cameroon or Nigeria to the US, changing nothing of today? Please, stand up and say so.

Let’s talk reparations. I’ve never owned slaves. None of my ancestors ever owned slaves. Who should pay? Should we not do a DNA analysis and determine who the descendants of the black owners of black slaves are and demand they contribute toward reparations? Shouldn’t reparations be the responsibility solely of the descendants of slave owners, blacks included?

Angry about slavery? Why aren’t you as angry with the descendants of the Africans who sold other Africans into slavery as you are with white Americans most of whom had NOTHING to do with slavery?

Now let’s talk the Founding Fathers. They weren’t perfect but those white men wrote these words:

   “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal.”

“all men are created equal …” Hmmm

Now it took a while to mature, but these words were the most powerful words ever written. They weren’t written in Africa. They weren’t written in the Islamic empire. They weren’t written in Asia or Polynesia or anywhere else.

They were written in America. So were these:

   … that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.

“… by their Creator …”

And a little later I’m going to tell you why liberals want these words stricken from the pages of history.

Fact: Slavery was long an African tradition when it was imported to North America. It was business as usual.

You think you know slavery? You don’t. Neither did I until wrote this.

Slavery still exists in Africa today.

Top 5 African Countries Where Slavery Is Still Rampant

Slavery Today December 01, 2020

Slavery in Africa is still alive

FACT: The blame for slavery being present in the New World derives from African slave owners. Perhaps it is the billionaires of Africa from whom reparations should be sought.

White Cargo: The Forgotten History of Britain’s White Slaves in America 1/31/08 Edition
by Don Jordan (Author), Michael Walsh (Author)

The Irish Slaves: Slavery, indenture and Contract labor Among Irish Immigrants Paperback – October 28, 2010

Anthony Johnson (colonist) (b. c. 1600 – d. 1670)


By Robert M. Grooms © 1997

A Short History of Africa – Unabridged, Roland Oliver (Author), J. D. Fage (Author), Ralph Cosham (Narrator), Blackstone Audio, Inc. (Publisher) Audiobook free with trial

Ancient African Kingdoms
Paperback, January 1, 1970 by Margaret. Shinnie (Author)

East Africa: The Search for Unity Kenya, Tanganyika, Uganda and Zanzibar Hardcover – January 1, 1963 by AJ Hughes (Author)

As Aristotle said: “Humanity is divided into two, the Master and the Slave.” And all races, without exception, were on both sides of that divide.

The greatest injustice, when it comes to the social and historical perspective of slavery, is how it’s taught. Due to a concerted and successful effort on the Left, that has thoroughly saturated our MSM and academia; the only people who should be given the greatest credit in ending the practice, are instead, the only ones being held solely responsible for it.

I’m a direct descendant of a White Italian officer (Red Shirt Captain under Gen. Garibaldi during the Italian Wars for Unification, i.e., The Risorgimento) who came to America after the Emancipation Proclamation, for the sole purpose of fighting to free Blacks from slavery, and he led a Black regiment (39th U.S.C.T.) at the battles of Petersburg (including the Battle of the Crater) and who was killed after the Battle of Ft. Fisher in 1865, when, due to the greed and incredible stupidity of several of his soldiers (who slipped away and entered the Fort’s powder magazine with lit open torches while looking for Confederate loot) caused a massive explosion that killed over 200 Union Soldiers, including my ancestor, who were participating in a victory parade above.

It was White Western Civilization and the White created Abolitionist Movement in Europe, spurred on by a White Western Christian philosophy within the contemporary social politics of the basic rights of Man (i.e. life, liberty, and self-determination), that was the first catalyst to end slavery in most of the world, with full emancipation here in America, at the cost of over 600,000 mostly White men and boys, buried in the ground. Such was the cost of Black Freedom. The butcher’s bill paid in MY White ancestor’s blood.

Like most Whites, there are no slave skeletons in my ancestors’ closets (except those who were slaves themselves), no one who discriminated, or did “terrible things” to Blacks. Just like most of us, a lot of poor hardworking forefathers; from abolitionist soldiers, and others who were child slave laborers, to others who had the “White Privilege” of being cannon fodder in Europe’s many wars.

The vast majority of Whites living in the US today have no ancestors who ever owned a Black slave, nor did the vast majority of Whites during the time when slavery existed in some parts of the US. In fact, only 1 in 7 Southern Whites owned a slave. But one White man died for every 6 Black slaves that were freed in the Civil War. And let’s not ignore the fact that today Black slavery is still practiced in parts of Africa with little notice from the MSM, and little to no open outrage from those Liberals and Blacks who use the past to incite racial guilt and animosity.

That fact is ignored, unappreciated, and covered up by the Left and the many Blacks who are being taught and conditioned to hate Whites. The vast majority of Black slaves in the world were enslaved by non-Whites, non-Christians; and the vast majority of Black slaves were shipped to non-American shores. Yet they have no problem with the non-Whites races, religions, and nations that enslaved their ancestors.

Further, the Blacks who feign hysterical levels of outrage that their ancestors were once slaves in America, show no real outrage that fellow Blacks are still being enslaved in parts of Africa today by Muslims.

If my ancestor could make the long, dangerous journey across the Atlantic Ocean from Italy to the US on a wooden sailing ship, to come here to fight to free Black slaves. Surely these same outraged and angry American Blacks could make a comfortable Airline ride back to Africa to do the same.

Yet I see no attempts or even the slightest interest of Blacks angry about America’s relatively short history of slavery (in SOME parts of her territory), to form private regiments of ‘Black Freedom Fighters’, and go back to their Motherland to fight to free Black slaves and end Blacks slavery there today.

Apparently they’re too comfortable complaining about White people. As their slavery outrage only extends to when Whites enslaved Blacks, just like ‘Black Lives Matter’ only when a Black is killed by a White cop, not fellow Blacks.

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Demoralization, Destabilization, Insurgency, Normalization

Note: 12/19/2019
This material has been removed by Youtube/Googe as hate speech; they do not approve of criticism of the socialist process of subversion.
Still up on YouTube and Bitchute
Yuri Bezmenov: Psychological Warfare Subversion & Control of Western Society [Complete] (Video Removed)

Reproduced in part from

Interview on Youtube: (Video Removed for Hate Speech)

The text below is only excerpts from the full interview which is in three parts from uselessdissident:
Part One
Part Two
Part Three

1985 interview (Insert: Begins around the 1m:45s mark) with G. Edward Griffin and Yuri Alexandrovich Bezmenov (aka Tomas Schuman), a KGB agent and former propagandist for the KGB, one of the the world’s experts on the subject of Soviet propaganda and disinformation and active measures.

Explained are the 4 basic steps to socially engineering entire generations into thinking and behaving the way those in power want them to. Modern America seems to have been religiously following these steps, only to be interrupted by the unexpected arrival of Donald Trump as President.

Bezmenov was born in 1939 in a suburb of Moscow. He was the son of a high ranking Soviet Army officer. He was educated in the elite schools inside the Soviet Union and became an expert in Indian culture and Indian languages (Insert: Sanskrit, one of the world’s most difficult and confusing languages – some would same it has no equal in those aspects).

Griffin: Continuing … He had an outstanding career with Novesti, which was the, and still is, I should say, the Press arm or the press agency of the Soviet Union. It turns out that this is a front for the KGB. He escaped to the West in 1970 after becoming totally disgusted with the Soviet System. And he did this at great risk to his life. (It turned out to be prophetic, as shortly after giving this interview, Bezmenov was ‘disappeared’.) He is certainly one of the world’s experts on the subject of Soviet propaganda and disinformation and active measures.

Griffin: “When the Soviets use the phrase: ideological Subversion, what do they mean by it?”

Bezmenov:Ideological Subversion is the process which is legitimate, overt and open. You can see it with your own eyes. All you have to do – all American mass media has to do – is to unplug their bananas from their ears, open up their eyes and they can see it. There is no mystery. There is nothing to do with espionage.

“But in reality, the main emphasis of the KGB is not in the area of intelligence at all. According to my opinion and the opinion of many defectors of my caliber only about fifteen percent of time, money, and manpower is spent on espionage as such. The other eighty-five percent is a slow process which we call either ideological subversion, or active measures, or psychological warfare.

“What it basically means is to change the perception of reality of every American to such an extent that despite the abundance of information no one is able to come to sensible conclusions in the interests of defending themselves, their families, their community, and their country. It’s a great brainwashing process which goes very slow and is divided into four basic stages. The first one being Demoralization.

“It takes from fifteen to twenty years to demoralize a nation. Why that many years? Because this is the minimum number of years which requires to educate one generation of students in the country of your enemy exposed to the ideology of the enemy. In other words Marxist-Leninism ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students without being challenged or counter-balanced by the basic values of Americanism, American patriotism.

“Most of the activity of the Department was to compile huge amount, volume of information on individuals who were instrumental in creating public opinion, publishers, editors, journalists, actors, educationalists, professors of political science, members of Parliament, representatives of business circles. Most of these people were divided roughly in two groups, those that would toe the Soviet foreign policy. They would be promoted to the positions of power through media and public opinion manipulation. Those who refused the Soviet influence in their own country would be character assassinated or executed physically, counter-revolution.

“Same way, as in the small town of Hue, in South Vietnam, several thousands of Vietnamese were executed in one night when city was captured by Vietcong for only two days. And American CIA could never figure out, how could possibly Communists know each individual, where he lives, where, where to get him and would be arrested in one night, basically, arrested four hours before dawn, put on a van, taken out of the city limits and shot? The answer is very simple.

“Long before Communists occupied city there was extensive network of informers, local Vietnamese citizens who knew absolutely everything about people who are instrumental in public opinion, including barbers and taxi drivers. Everyone who was sympathetic to United States was executed.

“Same thing was done under the guidance of the Soviet Embassy in Hanoi. And same thing I was doing in New Delhi. To my horror, I discovered that in the files were people who were doomed to execution. There were names of pro-Soviet journalists with whom I was personally friendly.”

Griffin: “Pro-Soviet?”

Bezmenov: “Yes. They were idealistically-minded Leftists who made several visits to USSR and yet the KGB decided that counter-revolution or drastic changes in political structure in India, they would have to go.”

Griffin: “Why is that?”

Bezmenov: “Because they know too much. Simply because, you see, the useful idiots, the Leftists who are idealistically believing in the beauty of Soviet socialist or Communist or whatever system when they get disillusioned, they become the worst enemies. That’s why my KGB instructors specifically made a point, never bother with Leftists. Forget about these political prostitutes.

“Aim higher. This was my instruction. Try to get into wide circulation, established conservative media. Reach the filthy rich movie makers, intellectuals, so-called academic circles, cynical, ego-centric people who can look into your eyes with an angelic expression and tell you a lie. These are the most recruit-able people. People who lack moral principles who are either too greedy or to suffer from self-importance, they feel that they matter a lot. These are the people who KGB wanted very much to recruit.”

Griffin: “To eliminate the others, to execute the others, don’t they serve some purpose? Wouldn’t they be the ones to rely on?”

Bezmenov: “They serve purpose only at the stage of destabilization of a nation. For example, your Leftists in the United States, all these professors and all these beautiful civil rights defender, they are instrumental in the process of subversion, only to destabilize the nation. When the job is completed, they are none, they are not needed any more. They know too much. Some of them, when they see the Marxist-Leninists come to power, obviously, they get offended. They think that they will come to power. That will never happen, of course. They will be lined up against the wall and shot. But, they may turn into the most bitter enemies of Marxist-Leninism when they come to power. And that’s what happened in Nicaragua.

“You remember, most of the former Marxist-Leninist either were put to prison. And one of them split and now he’s working against the Sandinistas. It happened in Grenada, when Maurice Bishop, he was already a Marxist. He was executed by a new Marxist who was more Marxist than this Marxist. The same happened in Afghanistan. First there was Taraki. He was killed by Amin and Amin was killed by Brabak Karbakil with the help of the KGB. The same happened in Bangladesh when Mungi Burackman, the very pro-Soviet Leftist, was assassinated by his own Marxist-Leninist military comrades. It’s the same pattern everywhere.

“The moment they serve their purpose, all these useful idiots are used, either be executed entirely, or exiled or put in prison. Many former Marxists are in Cuba, are in prison.

“So, basically, you in America are stuck with demoralization. And unless, even if you start right now, here this minute, educating a new generation of Americans, it will still take fifteen or twenty years to turn the tide of ideological perception of reality and normalcy and patriotism.

“The result? The result you can see. Most of the people who graduated in the sixties, dropouts or half-baked intellectuals are now occupying the positions of power in the government, civil service, business, mass media, educational system. You are stuck with them. You cannot get rid of them. They are contaminated. They are programmed to think and react to certain stimuli in a certain pattern. You cannot change their mind even if you expose them to authentic information.

“Even if you prove that white is white and black is black. You cannot change the basic perception and illogical behavior. In other words, these people, the process of demoralization is complete and irreversible. To rid society of these people you need another twenty or fifteen years to educate a new generation of patriotically-minded and common sense people who would be acting in favor and in the interests of United States society.”

Griffin: “And yet these people who have been programmed and as you say, in-placed …”

Bezmenov: “Yes.”

Griffin: “… who are favorable to an opening with the Soviet concept. These are the very people who would be marked for extermination?”

Bezmenov: “Most of them, yes. Simply because the psychological shock when they will see the future, what the beautiful society of equality and social justice means in practice. Obviously, they will revolt. They will be very unhappy, frustrated people. A Marxist-Leninist regime does not tolerate these people. They obviously will join the leagues of dissenters, dissidents. Unlike in present United States, there will be no place for dissent in future Marxist-Leninist America. Here you can, you can get popular, like Daniel Ellsberg, or filthy rich, like Jane Fonda, for being dissident, for criticizing your Pentagon. In future these people will simply be squashed like cockroaches. Nobody is going to pay them nothing for their beautiful, noble ideas of equality. This they don’t understand. And will be greatest shock for them, of course.

“The Demoralization Process in the United States is basically completed already. For the last thirty-five years. Actually, it is over-fulfilled because demoralization reaches such areas where previously, not even Comrade Andropov [1911-1984] and all his experts would even dream of such a tremendous success. Most of it is done by Americans to Americans, thanks to lack of moral standards.

“As I mentioned before, exposure to true information does not matter any more. A person who is demoralized is unable to assess true information. The facts tell nothing to him. Even if I shower him with information, with authentic proof, with documents, with pictures. Even if I take him, by force, to the Soviet Union and show him concentration camp, he will refuse to believe it until he is going to receive a kick in his fat bottom. When the military boot crashes his, then he will understand. But not before that. That is the tragedy of this situation of demoralization.

“The next stage is Destabilization. This time, the subverter does not care about your ideas, the patterns of your consumption, whether you eat junk food and get fat and flabby. It doesn’t matter anymore. This time, and it only takes from two to five years to destabilize a nation, what matters is essentials, economy, foreign relations, defense systems. And you can see it quite clearly in sensitive areas as defense and economy. The Marxist-Leninist ideas in the United States is absolutely fantastic. I could never have believed in fourteen years ago [1971] when I landed in this part of the world that the process would go that fast.

“The next stage is Crisis. It may take only six weeks to bring a country to the verge of crisis. You see it in Central America now. And after crisis, with a violent change in power, structure, and economy, you have the period of so-called Normalization will last indefinitely. Normalization is a cynical expression borrowed from Soviet propaganda. When the Soviet tanks moved into Czechoslovakia in ’68, Brezhnev said, ‘now brother Czechoslovakia is normalized.’

“This is what will happen in the United States if you allow all these schmucks to promise all the goodies and paradise on earth to destabilize your economy, to eliminate the principle of free market competition, and to put a big brother government in Washington, D.C. with benevolent dictators like Walter Mondale who will promise lots of things, never mind if they are fulfilled or not. He will go to Moscow to kiss the bottoms of the new generation of Soviet assassins. Never mind. He will create false illusions that the situation is under control. Situation is not under control. Situation is disgustingly out of control.

“Most politicians, media, and educational system frames another generation who think they are living at the peace time. False. The United States is in a state of war against the basic principles and the foundations of this system.

“And the initiator of this war is not comrade Andropov of course. It’s the system. However ridiculous it may sound, the world Communist system, the world Communist conspiracy. Whether I scare some people or not, I don’t give a hoot. If you are not scared by now, nothing can scare you. But you don’t have to be paranoid about it. What actually happens now, that unlike myself you have literally several years to live on unless the United States wake up. The time bomb is ticking. Every second the disaster is coming closer and closer. Unlike myself, you will have nowhere to defect to, unless you want to live in Antarctica with penguins. This is the last country of freedom and possibility.”

Griffin: “OK, what do we do? What is your recommendation to the American people?”

Bezmenov: “The immediate thing that comes to my mind, of course, there must be an immediate, very strong national effort to educate people in the spirit of real patriotism, number one.

“Number two, explain the real danger of socialist, Communist, whatever welfare state, big brother government. If people will fail to grasp the impending danger of their development, nothing ever can help United States. You might kiss goodbye to your freedoms, including freedoms to homosexuals, prison inmates, all this freedom will vanish, evaporate in five seconds, including your precious life.

“The second thing, the moment at least part of the United States is convinced that the danger is real, they have to force the American government, and I’m not talking about sending letters, signing petitions and all these beautiful noble activity. I’m talking about forcing the United States government to stop aiding Communist government.”

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From The Declaration of Independence of the Thirteen Colonies

On March 21, 2010, they came for all of us. This is our Obligation. No whining, no woe is me.

The Declaration of Independence of the Thirteen Colonies
In CONGRESS, July 4, 1776

The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of America,

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed. That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed.

But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.

Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government. The history of the present King of Great Britain [George III] [Barak Hussein Obama] is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world.

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Where Our Tax Money Goes




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