Sunday, November 17, 2013


One unsettling and depressing thing about studying uncensored world history is discovering how barbaric the white man can be, while maintaining the power to expertly cloak and justify their crimes through journalism, media and propaganda. While we are supposed to mourn the Nazi Holocaust for almost a century, the black races' Holocaust, which has lasted for a lot longer and keeps on going, is supposed to be ignored and forgotten. We are shamed into feeling we are "holding a grudge" by being aware of it. You know why; letting these races discover the truth might make them mad enough to turn the tables. Whites fear the treatment they have given blacks. Gives a person less to trust in life and people. Oh...and I hate MAUS.
"One of the most shameful episodes in the history of the British Empire in the 19th century is included among illustrations here: the King of Ashanti being made to kiss the feet of British officers."
"Abolition of the (British) Slave Trade".

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