juan.g71 at gmail.com
Thu Jun 14 18:28:20 PDT 2018
On Thu, 14 Jun 2018 14:58:41 +0000
"\\0xDynamite" <dreamingforward at gmail.com> wrote:
> > oh sorry, my bad, I got him mixed up with washington, another
> > slave owner. And granted, frankling only owned 2 slaves
> > apparently, so he really was an American Humanist, but a poor
> > one, who couldn't afford many slaves.
> Turns out slave ownership was a red herring for activism -- the
> Africans ended up liking the advanment of culture over their tribal
> ways. Most so called "slaves" were treated more respectfully and had
> better lives than they could get at home. But that's just
Wow. An americunt being an apologist of slavery is like...you can find a dozen slavery apologist for a dime, in every corner, in every american town and city. That's just how free you are mr. dynamite.
> The real test is if they'd choose Africa if given a free
> ticket homeward.
> In other words, I'd suggest staying neutral with early presidents
> owning slaves,
i suggest you go fuck yourself.
> it's a very complicated issue. If you haven't talked
> to them yourselves, you don't know Jack.
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