Civil War related History Not taught


Found this wonderful site on Facebook.

You see, several Southern states tried to end the slave trade early on, BUT as long as the hypocritical yankees were making money they would have no part of ending it. Just ANOTHER thing you’ve been lied to about. This Wisconsin journalist nailed them on it though….

“But while those fanatical disunionists were
denouncing our fathers…they ought
not to have neglected the important fact that
it was mainly owing to the vote of Massachusetts
and Rhode Island that the report of the
committee of thirteen; and the voice of slaveholding
Virginia and Delaware were overruled;
and the slave trade, now pronounced piracy by
the greatest Powers on the globe, was prolonged
from 1800 to 1803. Yes, Massachusetts had
done this to “protect” her sordid shipping interest,
on a plea of gain, and to have been consistent
those Massachusetts Abolitionists, who
now shout for the war, only because “it is an
instrument in the hands of God”‘ to confiscate
the slave property at the South, purchased
from the guilty slave importers of Boston
under that constitutional license, prolonged for
eight years at the special request, and by the
solid vote of Massachusetts and Connecticut,
against the earnest protest of old Virginia and
Delaware. Now comes Massachusetts and declares
the consequences of her own crimes a
clause for dissolving the Union, after she has
gone out of the trade!”
LOGIC OF HISTORY
500 POLITICAL TEXTS
S.D. Carpenter-Editor Wisconsin Patriot
1863

Photo-Faneuil Hall in…you guessed it Boston, MASSACHUSETTS,
Built with money from the slave trade. THEY won’t tell you, but we will.

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Father Paul Lemmen
    Mar 02, 2015 @ 09:00:47

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.

    Reply

  2. Kary Schumpert @runningintolife
    Mar 04, 2015 @ 18:45:06

    Thanks for sharing this! Didn’t someone say something like, “History is based on who is telling the story,”?

    Reply

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