The Un-Taught History Of The Civil War

Lincoln had a plan to get rid of all the blacks in the country. ALL of them. There was a little organization called the American Colonization Society and Lincoln was a member. Oh the things you’ve been lied to about…

“When the crisis came in 1860, the question of questions to
the people of the South was, “What shall we do with the
negro?” Our relations, it is true, are those of the ‘master’
and the ‘slave’, but they are also most tender and binding.
He has our deepest sympathies.
Shall we agree to transport him to some strange land?
We have not the heart for this. It will mean hardships of the
deepest kind for him and his people; and in most cases, doubtless, starvation.”
J A Richardson

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Father Paul Lemmen
    Mar 12, 2015 @ 13:40:09

    Reblogged this on A Conservative Christian Man.


  2. kingmidget
    Mar 15, 2015 @ 19:24:02

    It may not be a part of the typical history curriculum taught in our schools (a point I’m not willing to concede without seeing a current U.S. History textbook), anybody who reads a little about Lincoln — a biography or two will do — will learn that he had a lot of ambivalence about a lot of things related to slavery. What he didn’t want was for the nation to be torn apart by it and it was through his desire to preserve the nation that he also came to realize that ending slavery was necessary.


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