Wednesday, August 3, 2016

The Truth About Black Slavery In The Americas

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 Slavery was more of a part of Brazil's economy than the U.S.

The history of slavery tells us it was the entire world’s economic system for thousands of years. It did not begin and end with Anglo America. Every major ethnic group has had its hand in the sordid past of this institution. At one time or another, every ethnic group in the world has enslaved another ethnic group. It’s time the rest of the story was told, and that begins with revealing the long history of slavery in Latin America.

Since leaving Anglo America because feminism poisoned the well for traditional men, living in Latin America has shown me this area of the world needs to share the burden of the guilt of slavery. Not to mention, Africa also needs to share in the burden of slavery, where slavery and went on in most kingdoms and societies on the continent for thousands of years, and is still ongoing to this day in some African countries. There is a lot of blame to go around for this problem. It should never be used to shame and manipulate only one group of people to suit a political agenda as it is in the United States.


  1. Another group of slaves, The Chimney Sweeps.
    Would a five-yr. old child taken from an orphanage and forced
    to climb up scorching hot chimney flues, forced to beg for its
    food and sleep in cellars, and not allowed to run away would
    such a child be a slave? It would be if it was Black, but
    child chimney sweeps were not Black. They were White, they
    numbered in the tens of thousands, thousands of them died
    and they have all been forgotten. They were more oppressed
    than the Negros in either the West Indian Islands or in
    North America.