Thursday, May 16, 2019

Nat Turner’s Massacre Apologists

Nat Turner's Rebellion, A Gruesome Tale

The Dr. Martin Luther King Memorial Commission of the Virginia General Assembly announced that it will spend taxpayer money to erect a statue honoring Nat Turner who was the leader of a drunken slave rebellion that massacred fifty-five whites in the Southeastern part of the state in 1831. Most of the victims were women and children hacked to death with hatches and axes. Thirty-one year old Turner was the slave of a white family headed by Joseph Travis whom Turner considered “a kind master.” Nonetheless, on Sunday 21 August Turner gathered six other male slaves in the woods near the Travis household where they feasted on roast pig and apple brandy. By mid afternoon he announced that the group would “rise that night to kill all the white people.”


  1. They are openly telling us something, are we listening?

    Y'all have a nice day.


    Y'all have a nice day.


    And it goes on and on and on.

    Nothing to see here...move along and oh ya, apologize for your "White privilege" and 'racism.'

    Y'all have a nice day.

    1. A good man. He sent me a book to review and Thomas Sowell read it and praised the info highly.

  4. I remember reading this beastly history a while back.
    Here's some more of their African buds they can build
    statues. A good place for the birds to poop. Just goes to
    show how different we are - we celebrate majestic beings; they
    celebrate fiends.