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Consensus History Wrong about the role of Black persons in America. "They" left Black persons out of our American History education. Now, why would "They" do that?
Actually, it was the Republicans who passed the Civil Rights Act. Senator Everett Dirkson not LBJ pushed through the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Dirkson also wrote the language for the 1965 Voting Rights Act and the 1968 Act which ended housing discrimination.
Martin Luther King hailed Dirksons "able and courageous leadership" (and King was a registered Republican)
And don't forget Democrats started the Ku Klux Klan in 1866 to lynch black and white Republicans and drive them out of the south.
Democrat Senator Robert Byrd was a Kleagle in the KKK. He was an opponent of desegregating the military.
Pres Kennedy had his brother wire tap MLK and investigated MLK on suspicion of being a Communist to undermine MLK.
Need I go on? The Democrats focus on making people dependent on the government and demean their self worth by so called anti-poverty programs which have done nothing except destroy the black family.
Read this book; Unfounded Loyalty: An In-Depth Look Into The Love Affair Between Blacks and Democrats or this website; Neglected Voices.
Allen West commemorates Black History Month by telling the truth about Republicans and Black history
The following videos, narrated by David Barton, prove it.
efforts to end slavery; 3/5th clause in Constitution; Confederates; Abraham Lincoln
9.2a) efforts to end slavery; 3/5th clause in Constitution; Confederates; Abraham Lincoln
white supremacy; Abraham Lincoln; praise to God for freedom; 13th amendment; Republic
9.2ba) white supremacy; Abraham Lincoln; praise to God for freedom; 13th amendment; Republic
Congress to end slavery with sermon at Capitol;
9.2bb) Congress to end slavery with sermon at Capitol;
Oath of Royalty; swear before God and on Christ; Republican blacks; 14th Amendment
9.2c) Oath of Loyalty; swear before God and on Christ; Republican blacks; 13th & 14th Amendment
Republicans and Blacks; 13th & 14th Amendment; voting rights; blacks in Congress; KKK
9.3a) Republicans and Blacks; 13th & 14th Amendment; voting rights; blacks in Congress; KKK
KKK killing Republicans; Whites killed for supporting blacks; Ku Klux Klan;
9.3b) KKK killing Republicans; Whites killed for supporting blacks; Ku Klux Klan;
Laws against blacks; Vote only on Prov 14:34, Christian principles, and accountability
9.3c) Laws against blacks; Vote only on Prov 14:34, Christian principles, and accountability
Reader comments about "History Wrong" about the role of Black persons in America": this email to me -
Those were good videos, but, unfortunately, they were still short-of-the-mark. I tried to learn that history when I was in school, but could not until I was a graduate (medical) student, and was taking extra classes. So much is hidden, and American history is taught from a totally Eurocentric viewpoint, making everything else minor/incidental. Notice what has happened with trying to teach Hispanic students their heritage?
The fact that American slavery was unique, was for a lifetime, and generally, freedom could not be purchased, has not been stressed anywhere, or even mentioned. The Republicans have gone away from their early (Lincoln) theme, and now only cater to privileged social classes, such that many poor and middle-class look to Democrats.... The rise of the Dixiecrats opposing Truman (1948) meant that most Southern Democrats ("...segregation now, segregation forever") became Republicans in order to abandon Truman, and continue their Jim Crow laws and segregation traditions south of the Mason-Dixon line. Many Republicans are Republican when "needed," and Democrat otherwise.
Politically, this entire thing is very complicated (and quite confusing). The "parties" are not the same as they have always been. The National Black Republicans also push the role of the Republican Party in Civil Rights history, but the underlying philosophy has changed in the two major political parties. The use of "literacy exams" and gerrymandering to maintain totally white representatives was another ploy used to maintain non-representation of/by Black citizens. (Note: Russell Pearce wants to repeal the 14th Amendment.) The 89 year gap in civil rights legislation is nothing for the USA to be proud of, but such legislation should not have been needed.
Frantz Kebreau Author of "Stolen History"
Introduction to Stolen History - Frantz Kebreau
Racism in the Democratic Party
The Democrats were the fountainhead of American white supremacy, after the Civil War. Everything on this video is accurate and true.
Racism in the Democratic Party