Monday, December 20, 2010

A Date of Infamy - A Saving Grace

Today is Monday, 20 December 2010.

A saving grace.

Today is the birthday of a Lady, the Princess of Seafood City. The Museum of the Bourgeois takes the greatest pleasure in wishing her the happiest of birthdays, and many happy returns of the day.

“A date which will live in infamy”.

On this date in 1860, one hundred and fifty years ago, in Charleston, South Carolina, 169 white, male, anti-American, terrorist traitors staged a coup, voting to secede from the Union, and to establish South Carolina as a rump “independent” nation.

At the “New” South, some say that the issue was “self-government” and “states’ rights”.

Of course, the issue was the “right” of rich whites in certain states to govern Blacks by enslaving them, meaning legalized theft from, rape of, and murder of Blacks. To label this an issue of “self-government” is no different than claiming that the issue in Germany after 1933 was of “self-government” by certain gentile Germans who declined to be oppressed by a mythical “International Jew Conspiracy”.

The result of the traitorous action was the American Civil War, which led to more than 620,000 combat deaths. The equivalent today would be more than 6,000,000 combat deaths.

Remember this, the next time you hear Tea Partei members and other “con-servatives” extol the “virtues” of “states’ rights”.


Anonymous mary christmas said...

So you are saying that because "states rights" was used as an excuse/cover to dominate the Black man and woman (back over 150 years ago) that current advocation of "state rights" will lead to similar attrocity?

9:31 AM  

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