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The Second American Insurrection

By the descendants of the same type Albino people, 161 years removed.





Knap's Battery at Antietam near a horse carcass on Sept. 20, 1862.



The whole point of this page is to delve into a conversation between Bill Maher the host of "Real Time" on HBO and his guest Neil deGrasse Tyson, an eminent American astrophysicist, planetary scientist, author, and science communicator to his show to discuss the universe - on 6/11/2021. As the conversation drifted, the subject of former President Donald Trump came up; and it is here that Neil deGrasse Tyson shows himself to be as clueless as the average Black person when it comes to understanding the thinking and relationship between good normal Albinos and their much more numerous and degenerate Albino brothers and sisters. That will be discussed at the bottom of the page, but first lets revisit how we got here.



After all of the Dravidian Albinos, who through interbreeding in Central Asia, had acquired enough numbers to become a true race, were driven from Asia by the Mongols. The first migration beginning around 1,200 B.C. and the last group, the Turks, whose defeat of the Eastern Roman Empire (Byzantine) in 1453 A.D. marked the end of the total juxtaposition of Albinos from Asia into Europe, North Africa, and the Near East; and the subjugation of the regions Blacks. Common sense should have told Arabs and other Blacks in the area that their time was limited.


Who are these Albinos who prefer to be called "Whites"?

Which of course is what Albino means.

Just like Negro means Black.


The main tribes of Asia's Albinos are the Germanics, the Slav's, and the Turks; with many subtribes for each main tribe. Germanics mostly settled in Western Europe: among them are the Angles, Saxons, Vandals, Alans, Goths, Visigoths (western Goths), Lombards, and many more.

In 568 the Lombards entered Italy and lived there in an independent kingdom until they were overthrown by Charlemagne (Charles the Great) in 774. This marked the beginning of the last Black Empire in Europe - THE HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE. It had no permanant capitol; but in 1440 Vienna became the resident city of the Habsburg dynasty. It eventually grew to become the de facto capital of the Holy Roman Empire (800–1806) in 1437, and a cultural center for arts and science, music and fine cuisine.







Slav's mostly settled in Eastern Europe and Western Asia: chief among them the Rus (Russians), Slavs are subdivided into East Slavs (chiefly Russians, Ukrainians, and Belarusians), West Slavs (chiefly Poles, Czechs, Slovaks, and Wends, or Sorbs), and South Slavs (chiefly Serbs, Croats, Bosnians, Slovenes, Macedonians, and Montenegrins). Bulgarians, though of mixed origin like the Hungarians, speak a Slavic language and are often designated as South Slavs.

Turks include the Khazars (Todays Jews), Seljuk Turks, (also known as Seldjuk, Seldjuq or Seljuq), who are a major branch of the Oghuz Turks and a dynasty that ruled parts of Central Asia and the Middle East from the 11th to 14th centuries. The Seljuks migrated from the north Iranian provinces in Central Asia into mainland Iran formerly known as Persia. The Altai, Azerbaijanis, Balkar, Bashkir, Dolgan, Karachay, Karakalpaks, Kazakhs, Khakass, Kipchak, Kumyk, Kyrgyz, Nogay, Shor, Tatars, Tofalar, Turkmen, Turks, Tyvans (Tuvans), Uighurs, and Uzbeks.



In less than than 2,000 years, Turks had control of North Africa and the Middle East: vis-a-vis their relationship with the conquering Arabs. Meanwhile the Germanics and Slav's were about to take Europe. Turks had a much easier time because they had simply adopted the religion of the Arabs (Islam). As today, Muslims said at the time "it's not about race, it's about Islam". So as the Blacks were led away to the hinterlands, and all of their wealth was taken by Turks, they said thank you brother.

In Europe things were much bloodier and much more complicated. In Europe the Albinos had also adopted the local religion (Catholicism), but they couldn't make any headway with it, Blacks had all aspects of it well under control; So in the 1500's Albinos set about to create their own religion (Protestantism). The first Protestant bible was the Bear Bible, which was first published on 28 September 1569, in Basel, Switzerland. The deuterocanonical books were included within the Old Testament in the 1569 edition. With their new religion of Protestantism in place and their Bible printed, the Albinos were ready to start their wars of Black Annihilation.

As a reminder: ALL Central Asian Albinos were chased into Europe by the Mongols (the race Mongol, not Mongolians). Meanwhile ancient Europe was never densely populated by Blacks. Thus by the end of the Albino migrations into the West, those many millions of Albinos greatly outnumbered Blacks.

The Albinos made their first move in continental Europe when they attacked the last Black Empire in Europe;

"The Holy Roman Empire" centered in Germany.

The Thirty Years' War was a conflict fought largely within the Holy Roman Empire from 1618 to 1648. Considered one of the most destructive wars in European history, estimates of military and civilian deaths range from 4.5 to 8 million, while up to 60% of the population may have died in some areas of Germany. While at about the same time, Albinos in Britain were at war to bring down the last great Black House in Britain: "The House of Stuart" aka "The British Civil Wars".

At the end of these Wars, Black survivors in Britain and Europe were shipped off to the Americas and the Caribbean as Indentures and Slaves. Note: When trying to trace the Sea passage of these people, looking for the keyword "Palatines" often yields good results.

We do not know what the relationship was between Europe's Black Monarchs and it's Albino citizenry. However the fact that the name of the most eastern Group, the Slav's, became the English word "SLAVE" perhaps is indicative. But stranger still, the Slav's are the only Albinos to make an effort to save Black history by not destroying portraits of the original Black Christians and even some Black Kings.

For instance; if not for the Slav's we would never know that there really was a REAL Saint Nicolas aka Saint Nick, Santa Claus, Kris Kringle, etc.





Another aspect of understanding the psyche of degenerate Albinos is their Civil War of 1860. Here the degenerates made war on the normal's because the normal's wanted an end to Slavery. But the degenerates feared that without pigmented people to do outside work in the Sun for them, they would not be able to feed themselves and survive.

When the Confederate States seceded from the Union,

they all wrote their reasons for secession, this is Mississippi's stated reason.

Mississippi: Our position is thoroughly identified with the institution of slavery—the greatest material interest of the world. Its labor supplies the product which constitutes by far the largest and most important portions of commerce of the earth. These products are peculiar to the climate verging on the tropical regions, and by an “imperious” (meaning power or authority without justification); one arrogant and domineering law of nature, none but the Black Race can bear exposure to the Tropical Sun: (today they claim to be the most pious Americans, “The Good, God Fearing People”. Yet they call the supposed works of God “imperious”??) . These products have become necessities of the world, and a blow at slavery is a blow at commerce and civilization. That blow has been long aimed at the institution, and was at the point of reaching its consummation. There was no choice left us but submission to the mandates of abolition, or a dissolution of the Union, whose principles had been subverted to work out our ruin.

So clearly the degenerates feared for their survival, another consideration is this: In the entire world there is only about 800,000 to one billion Albinos. Meanwhile there is over 5 billion Blacks. Between 1600 A.D. and the 1900's Albinos accumulated the worlds deadliest weapons and went on a course of world domination. Now begins the time when those actions will have to be accounted for: and the degenerates fear it, because they know that they have never made an effort to rehabilitate themselves.

Degenerate Albinos seem to instinctively understand that Blacks can never Hate them to the point of wishing them gratuitous harm. They seem to sense that being our Spawn, we can only go so far with them. So perhaps not having fear of retribution, they continue on their path of degeneracy.





Critical Race Theory



The Albinos latest degeneracy is an all-out effort to stop the

teaching of race related subjects like this; in their schools.




As best we can figure, the legal battle over CRT began here...


^John Keilman is an Albino - consider the source.

A middle school drama teacher is suing Evanston/Skokie School District 65 for discrimination, saying its race-conscious training, policies and curriculum violate federal law through “conditioning individuals to see each other’s skin color first and foremost, then pitting different racial groups against each other.”

Stacy Deemar, who is white, says in her complaint the district has used teacher training sessions to segregate and impugn white people, calling them inherently racist and privileged, and has compelled teachers to pass on those lessons to children.

“Fostering racial identities, promoting the idea that they are in conflict, and perpetuating divisive stereotypes pits teachers and children against one another based on the color of their skin,” the lawsuit says. " … They teach them that their whole identity comes from the color of their skin. They teach them to hate each other. They teach them not only how to be racist, but that they should be racist.”

A district spokeswoman said administrators have not been served with a copy of the lawsuit — it was filed Tuesday in federal court — and had no comment. The lawsuit is the latest broadside against educational policies that address racism and inequity, often lumped under the inaccurate label “critical race theory.” Parents in some districts have jammed school board meetings to protest the concept, even when administrators say it’s not part of their curriculum.

District 65, which serves a deep blue corner of the North Shore, is upfront about its race-conscious policies, saying on its website that it is aiming for “the elimination of bias, particularly racism and cultural bias, as factors affecting student achievement and learning experiences.”

But the lawsuit claims the district’s pursuit of equity has tilted into unlawful discrimination. The complaint says the district’s anti-racist training requires teachers “to accept that white individuals are loud, authoritative … (and) controlling” and “to understand, ‘To be less white is to be less racially oppressive.’”

“If teachers oppose, question, or ‘disengage’ from those teachings, District 65 blatantly calls them ‘racist,’” the lawsuit says. Such stances also infuse the curriculum, according to the lawsuit, including a children’s book that says, “Racism is a white person’s problem and we are all caught up in it.”

Deemar says the district has discriminated against her and created a hostile work environment through segregated staff meetings and race-based policies. She seeks to have the district “remedy the effects of the unconstitutional, illegal, discriminatory conduct” alleged in the lawsuit.

Yoli Joseph, president of the Evanston/Skokie PTA Council, said the lawsuit’s claims sound like they stem from personal discomfort with the “unpacking work” needed to combat racism. “Their fragility, their emotional response to being asked to look at something that historically has not been asked of them, has been an uncomfortable experience,” she said. “But I know so many people in the district who are so incredibly supportive of this work that it’s really unfair to center (a negative view).”

Deemer is being represented by the Georgia-based Southeastern Legal Foundation, which takes on conservative causes across the country. General counsel Kimberly Hermann said it has moved from college free speech issues to the K-12 level in conjunction with Christopher Rufo, an activist and filmmaker who has popularized the fight against educational polices he says reflect critical race theory.

Responding to Rufo’s Twitter posts about the lawsuit Wednesday, Hermann tweeted that more litigation is on the way.

“The fight for the American Republic is in our schools,” she wrote. “This is the first of a series of lawsuits coming from (the foundation) to stop public schools’ discriminatory race-based programming.”


^Albino Hypocrisy^


Albinos have been committing moral outrages and crimes against humanity for the last 500 years, but now they don’t want anyone to tell their children about it?










How strange, it seems like only yesterday that Albinos brought their children WITH them to enjoy their debauchery in death. Why? Because to them, and all degenerates, it’s normal behavior, and worthy to be taught to the youth as a tradition.


Gee, wonder what made them change their minds?





We suspect that it may have something to do with their past

prey and victims; now being able to properly arm themselves.



In the same vein...

We don't know for sure...

but we suspect that if Bull Connor and his cops had

these people in front of them:

their words and manner would be quite different.




Sure is easy to be Brave when the other guy can't shoot back.







Critical Race Theory - the new lawyers candy


Background: In September 2020, President Trump issued an executive order excluding from federal contracts any diversity and inclusion training interpreted as containing “Divisive Concepts,” “Race or Sex Stereotyping,” and “Race or Sex Scapegoating.” Among the contents considered “divisive” is Critical Race Theory (CRT). In response, the African American Policy Forum, led by legal scholar Kimberlé Crenshaw, launched the "TruthBeTold" campaign to expose the harm that the order poses.

Reports indicate that over 300 diversity and inclusion training programs have been canceled as a result of the Presidents order. And over 120 civil rights organizations and allies signed a letter condemning the executive order. The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF), the National Urban League (NUL), and the National Fair Housing Alliance filed a federal lawsuit alleging that the executive order violates the guarantees of free speech, equal protection, and due process.

So, exactly what is CRT, why is it under attack, and what does it mean for the civil rights lawyers? They say that CRT is not diversity and inclusion “training”, but a practice of integrating race and racism in society that emerged in the legal academy and spread to other fields of scholarship. Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw—who coined the term “CRT”— notes that CRT is not a noun, but a verb. It cannot be confined to a static and narrow definition but is considered to be an evolving and malleable practice.

Others chimed in: The Principles of the CRT Practice, while recognizing the evolving and malleable nature of CRT, scholar Khiarah Bridges outlines a few key tenets of CRT: CRT requires recognition that race is not biologically real but is socially constructed and socially significant. It recognizes that science (as demonstrated in the Human Genome Project) refutes the idea of biological racial differences. According to scholars Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, race is the product of social thought and is not connected to biological reality.
In 2001, Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic published their definitive Critical Race Theory, a compact introduction to the field that explained, in straightforward language, the origins, principal themes, leading voices, and new directions of this important movement in legal thought.

Khiara M. Bridges, Jean Stefancic, Richard Delgado, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw: are all Lawyers; all also have degrees in anthropology or related fields. But they could in no way call themselves scientists.

So then, exactly what is “Critical Race Theory (CTR)”. First of all, Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw did NOT coin the phrase “Critical Race Theory (CTR)”. Scientific American credits W.E.B. Du Bois with the hypothesis that Race is a Social Construct from more than 100 years ago. W.E.B. Du Bois was concerned that race was being used as a biological explanation for what he understood to be social and cultural differences between different populations of people. Yes, this is the same W.E.B. Du Bois who served as the token Black on the board of the N.A.A.C.P. Which was/is a JEWISH organization interested in the advancement of Jews principally.

Continuing: CRT requires acknowledgement that racism is a normal feature of society and is embedded within systems and institutions, like the legal system, that replicate racial inequality. This dismisses the idea that racist incidents are aberrations but instead are manifestations of structural and systemic racism. Rejection of popular understandings about racism, such as arguments that confine racism to a few “bad apples.” CRT recognizes that racism is codified in law, embedded in structures, and woven into public policy. CRT rejects claims of meritocracy or “colorblindness.” CRT recognizes that it is the systemic nature of racism that bears primary responsibility for reproducing racial inequality.

Recognition of the relevance of people’s everyday lives to scholarship. This includes embracing the lived experiences of people of color, including those preserved through storytelling, and rejecting deficit-informed research that excludes the epistemologies of people of color.
Epistemology from Greek ‘knowledge’ is the branch of philosophy concerned with knowledge. Epistemologists study the nature, origin, and scope of knowledge, epistemic justification, the rationality of belief, and various related issues. Boy that's a mouthful.

There you have it Black people, the reason we find it difficult to make progress is because our “young Negro Experts” are totally dependent on Albinos to tell them what to think. And did you note the “dig” about Storytelling to pass-on Black history? As a point of fact, Black history is well documented, we at Realhistoryww had little trouble uncovering it, just took a long time is all. It’s the Central Asian Albinos now in Europe who didn’t have a written history.

Back to the story:
After viral videos from 2018 of Southlake students chanting “Nigger” were published: the district started a “diversity council” — with more than 60 students, parents and staff. The “Cultural Competence Action Plan” it produced, included hiring a director of equity and inclusion, requiring cultural competency training and auditing the district curriculum to make it more racially sensitive. Opponents, however, said at a series of heated meetings for the Carroll school district that the plan created “diversity police” — and was effectively “reverse racism” pushing a “left-wing agenda.” They even went to court and won a temporary restraining order to stop implementation. Voters also sent a resounding message against the plan at the weekend election — with the two school board positions as well as mayor and city council seats going to opponents of the “cultural competence,” with each getting almost 70 percent of the vote.


“Critical Race Theory ain’t coming here,” tweeted the Southlake Families PAC that supported the victorious candidates in the wealthy suburb about 30 miles northwest of Dallas.

As you can now see, this problem was caused because Albino children did not know that they are Albinos. Because certainly they would not call someone a Nigger, which means: This From MERRIAM-WEBSTER quote: There is a widespread belief that the original meaning of nigger, as defined in dictionaries, was "an ignorant person," and a related belief that current dictionary definitions describing its use as a hateful, racist epithet are a recent change.[end quote].

Clearly Nigger is not a real word, in that it has no specific meaning. So would Albino children chant Nigger if they knew that the Black person could and would retort: Albino, Albino, Albino; which is the very REAL “Inherited” disease that they are afflicted with.

Now of course we here at Realhistoryww do not encourage the taunting of afflicted people with the disease that they are afflicted with: can you imagine a person afflicted with Muscular Dystrophy being taunted with chants of “hey cript” or a person with Hemophilia being taunted with chants of “hey blood clot”. Well once you educate a White person with the knowledge of their affliction that is what they would be left with: they certainly would quickly understand their position and desist. So for those sensitive Negroes who are afraid of the word Nigger, if you want to get rid of the word “Nigger” just call the person saying it “Albino” and it will quickly go away.


Quote: Scientific American credits W.E.B. Du Bois with the hypothesis

that Race is a Social Construct from more than 100 years ago.


The Critical Race Theory people seem to think that science stands still; it of course does not. First lets be clear, RACE and RACISM is NOT the same thing. Racism is most certainly a Social Construct, but RACE is a physical reality grouped by the "Most Common denominator" of Human phenotypes. Example: all Blacks are Black skinned, all Whites are White skinned, all Mongols have Epicanthic folds. Note: Mongols are a "Mulatto" or "Admixed" Race with many phenotypes, but only one universal trait - Epicanthic folds. Because of admixture these rules will not always be ridge in degree, but they do hold. Of course these attributes evolved while the people were still in Africa.

The most Common denominator of Human phenotypes is "Gene" defined. In the case of Whites, several gene mutations cause the disease of Albinism. Thus people with that disease are White, those without it are Black. As you can see below, phenotype not related to skin color, plays no part in determining Race.



Dravidian (India)

These are ALL Caucasian phenotype






Epicanthic fold







In order to authenticate the following statements and facts,

most of the following is simply copies of Newspaper and Magazine Headlines.




Donald Trump




On January 20, 2017 Donald Trump was inaugurated President of the United States.

With him he also brought people, policys and culture of.....

- Sexual Misconduct, Harassment, & Bullying
– White Supremacy, Racism, Homophobia, Transphobia, & Xenophobia
– Public Statements / Tweets
– Collusion with Russia & Obstruction of Justice
– Trump Staff & Administration
– Trump Family Business Dealings
– Policy
– Environment


Trump also brought with him several new concepts and slogans to American Government: gratuitous Lying, and the slogan"Fake News". Both of which are fatal to democratic government. In normal times the people would rise up and reject those positions, then expel the purveyors. But these were not normal times, these were the times following the administration of the first Black President, Barak Obama.

The fact that Obama could be elected president by so wide a margin, so shook Americas Albinos that they still haven't figured out how to respond to it. At first they tried to claim that they were responsible for it. But as the numbers were investigated, they showed that more than 80% of Albinos voted AGAINST Obama (all Republicans and some Democrats). This left Americas Albinos no choice but to accept that Black Americans had the numbers to elect a President.

This so upset Albinos that it led Americas Albinos to adopt a mass psychosis to deal with reality: mass psychosis is an epidemic of madness, and it occurs when a large portion of a society loses touch with reality and descends into delusions. Such a phenomenon is not a thing of fiction.

Among the many psychosis of Americas Albinos is a love for Americas arch enemy Russian president Putin. Logically, this must mean that they would rather loose all of their freedoms and wealth (communist government), then be ruled by a Black president.

Belief in conspiracy theory's and secret societies such as below:

QAnon, or simply Q, is a discredited far-right conspiracy theory alleging that a cabal of Satanic, cannibalistic pedophiles run a global child sex trafficking ring and conspired against former President Donald Trump during his term in office.


The “alt-right” is a racist, far-right movement based on an ideology of white nationalism and anti-Semitism. Many news organizations do not use the term, preferring terms like “white nationalism” and “far right.”

It is also anti-immigrant, anti-feminist and opposed to homosexuality and gay and transgender rights. It is highly decentralized but has a wide online presence, where its ideology is spread via racist or sexist memes with a satirical edge. It believes that higher education is “only appropriate for a cognitive elite” and that most citizens should be educated in trade schools or apprenticeships.


Researchers who study extremist groups in the United States say there is no such thing as the “alt-left.” Mark Pitcavage, an analyst at the Anti-Defamation League, said the word had been made up to create a false equivalence between the far right and “anything vaguely left-seeming that they didn’t like.”

The “alt-light” comprises members of the far right who once fell under the “alt-right” umbrella but have since split from the group because, by and large, racism and anti-Semitism are not central to its far-right nationalist views, according to Ryan Lenz, the editor of Hatewatch, a publication of the Southern Poverty Law Center. Members of the alt-right mocked these dissidents as “the alt-light.”

The two groups often feud online over “the Jewish Question,” or whether Jews profit by secretly manipulating the government and the news media.

“Antifa” is a contraction of the word “anti-fascist.” It was coined in Germany in the 1960s and 1970s by a network of groups that spread across Europe to confront right-wing extremists, according to Mr. Pitcavage. A similar movement was seen in the 1980s in the United States and has re-emerged recently as the “alt-right” has risen to prominence.

For some so-called antifa members, the goal is to physically confront white supremacists. “If they can get at them, to assault them and engage in street fighting,” Mr. Pitcavage said. Mr. Lenz, at the Southern Poverty Law Center, called the group “an old left-wing extremist movement.”

Members of the “alt-right” broadly portray protesters who oppose them as “antifa,” or the “alt-left,” and say they bear some responsibility for any violence that ensues — a claim made by Mr. Trump on Tuesday. But analysts said comparing antifa with neo-Nazi or white supremacist protesters was a false equivalence.



On Trump’s Last Full Day as president,

National Records show 400,000 Covid Deaths,

due to his incompetance.




As a reminder - these are the crimes a Traitor can commit against his country

See how many you find Donald Trump commited

SEDITION = conduct or speech inciting people to rebel against the authority of a state or monarch.

TREASON ( a traitor) = the crime of betraying one's country, especially by attempting to kill the sovereign or overthrow the government.

INSURRECTION = a violent uprising against an authority or government.




Trump insists that he will remain President

regardless of Election results.




Trump and the Republican degenerates go full rouge:

they say the election was stolen, and they set about enacting laws

in Republican controlled states that will suppress the votes of Blacks.

Because unlike most Blacks, they know that the Black population in

the United States is far greater than most Blacks understand.





Jan. 6 - The Insurrection


On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C., was stormed during a riot and violent attack against the U.S. Congress. A mob of supporters of President Donald Trump attempted to overturn his defeat in the 2020 presidential election by disrupting the joint session of Congress assembled to count electoral votes to formalize President-elect Joe Biden's victory. The Capitol Complex was locked down and lawmakers and staff were evacuated while rioters occupied and vandalized the building for several hours. Five people died either shortly before, during, or after the event: one was shot by Capitol Police, one died of a drug overdose, and three succumbed to natural causes. More than 140 people were injured.

Called to action by Trump, thousands of his supporters gathered in Washington, D.C., on January 5 and 6 in support of his false claim that the 2020 election had been "stolen" from him, and to demand that Vice President Mike Pence and Congress reject Biden's victory. Starting at noon on January 6, at a "Save America" rally on the Ellipse, Trump repeated false claims of election irregularities and said, "If you don't fight like hell, you're not going to have a country anymore." During his speech, thousands of attendees walked to the Capitol, and hundreds breached police perimeters, as Congress was beginning the electoral vote count. Many in the crowd broke into the building, occupying, vandalizing, and looting it for several hours. They assaulted Capitol Police officers and reporters, erected a mock gallows on the Capitol grounds, and attempted to locate lawmakers to capture and harm. Some rioters chanted "Hang Mike Pence", after Pence's rejection of false claims by Trump and others that the vice president could overturn the election results. Some vandalized and looted the offices of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D–CA), as well as those of other members of Congress.

With building security breached, Capitol Police evacuated the Senate and House of Representatives chambers. Several buildings in the Capitol complex were evacuated, and all were locked down. Rioters occupied and ransacked the empty Senate chamber while federal law enforcement officers drew handguns to defend the evacuated House floor. Pipe bombs were found at the offices of the Democratic National Committee and the Republican National Committee, and Molotov cocktails were discovered in a vehicle near the Capitol. Trump resisted sending the D.C. National Guard to quell the mob.

Numerous public figures called for Trump to intervene without success until shortly after President-elect Joe Biden at 4:06 p.m. implored Trump to call off his supporters, at 4:17 p.m. in a Twitter video, Trump reasserted that the election was "fraudulent", but told his supporters to "go home in peace".




On Jan 6, 2021 Donald Trump called a rally in suport of his false claim that he had won the presidential election





















After the insurrection all Republican leaders

blamed Trump for the insurrection



The Republican Senate leader Mitch McConnell



The Republican House leader Kevin McCarthy






It wasn't just McCarthy; soon ALL Republican leaders learnt their lesson and backtracked when Republican VOTERS let them know that TRUMP was still their beloved leader. Consequently; soon almost every Republican leader in the United States pledged love and fidelity to Trump, and initiated actions to Suppress Black Votes in the entire country.






June 24, 2021 - House Speaker Nancy Pelosi

Launches Select Committee To Probe Jan. 6 Insurrection















Rather than pontificate yet again upon the motives of Donald Trump’s supporters, I’ll let a few of them explain themselves in their own words.

Here, then, is “Robert” with a comparative analysis of the 44th and 45th presidents:

“President Trump has accomplished more positive things for this nation in less than two years than the last three have accomplished in twenty plus years. After the past eight years of a Muslim Marxist in the White House this nation could not survive another demwit in the White House. … Could you please list one thing the demwit party has done for the black people in America other than hand out government freeies for their continued votes?”

And here’s “Gary’s” take on demographic change:
“[America] has a constitution which guarantees equal rights for all and yet people like you hungar for change that puts people like me in the back of the bus. You seem egar to know what it would be like to be in the driver’s seat. You need look no further than Zimbabwe and South Africa. When people like you started driving the bus, the wheels came off. That’s what terrifies people like me.”

This column is presented as a service for those progressive readers who are struggling with something I said in this space. Namely, that I see no point in trying to reason with Trump voters. I first wrote that over a month ago, and I am still hearing how “disappointed” they are at my refusal to reach out. So I thought it might be valuable to hear from the people I’ve failed to reach out to.

I’m sure some of you think those emails were cherry-picked to highlight the intolerance of Trump voters. They weren’t. They are, in fact, a representative sampling from a single day in May, culled by my assistant, Judi.

It’s still an article of faith for many that the Trump phenomenon was born out of fiscal insecurity, the primal scream of working people left behind by a changing economy. But I don’t think I’ve ever, not once, seen an email from a Trump supporter who explained himself in terms of the factory or the coal mine shutting down.

I have, however, heard from hundreds like “Matthew,” who worries about “immigrants” and “Gerald,” who thinks people of color have an “alliance” against him. Such people validate the verdict of a growing body of scholarship that says, in the words of a new study by University of Kansas professors David N. Smith and Eric Hanley, “The decisive reason that white, male, older and less educated voters were disproportionately pro-Trump is that they shared his prejudices and wanted domineering, aggressive leaders”





Voter ID Laws




Did you see the GOP commercial in the 2021 Baseball All Star game? The lying Negro telling us that 69% of Blacks support ID for voting is Melvin Everson of Georgia. He is a former Republican member of the Georgia House of Representatives, representing District 106 (an Albino district), from September 27, 2005, to 2011. He did not seek re-election in 2010. Everson's professional experience includes working as an Associate Pastor with the Salem Missionary Baptist Church, Probation Officer with Professional Probation Services from 2005-2006, Customer Relations Supervisor for the J. C. Penney Catalog from 1988-2003 and Unit Manager with Guardsman Security from 1983-1988. He served in the United States Army Reserve from 1976 to 1999. Sounds like he might also have experience flipping for Mcdonalds. Just the kind of "Big Brain" Negro Albino degenerates love - think Clarence Thomas.




The real cost and purpose of Voter ID laws


Voter identification laws are a part of an ongoing strategy to roll back decades of progress on voting rights. Thirty-four states have identification requirements at the polls. Seven states have strict photo ID laws, under which voters must present one of a limited set of forms of government-issued photo ID in order to cast a regular ballot – no exceptions.

Voter ID laws deprive many voters of their right to vote, reduce participation, and stand in direct opposition to our country's trend of including more Americans in the democratic process. Many Americans do not have one of the forms of identification states acceptable for voting. These voters are disproportionately low-income, racial and ethnic minorities, the elderly, and people with disabilities. Such voters more frequently have difficulty obtaining ID, because they cannot afford or cannot obtain the underlying documents that are a prerequisite to obtaining government-issued photo ID card.

Voter ID Laws Deprive Many Americans of the Right to Vote; Millions of Americans Lack ID. 11% of U.S. citizens – or more than 21 million Americans – do not have government-issued photo identification. 1-Obtaining ID Costs Money. Even if ID is offered for free, voters must incur numerous costs (such as paying for birth certificates) to apply for a government-issued ID. Underlying documents required to obtain ID cost money, a significant expense for lower-income Americans. The combined cost of document fees, travel expenses and waiting time are estimated to range from $75 to $175.2

The travel required is often a major burden on people with disabilities, the elderly, or those in rural areas without access to a car or public transportation. In Texas, some people in rural areas must travel approximately 170 miles to reach the nearest ID office.

3-Voter ID Laws Reduce Voter Turnout. A 2014 GAO study found that strict photo ID laws reduce turnout by 2-3 percentage points, which can translate into tens of thousands of votes lost in a single state.5

Voter ID Laws Are Discriminatory - Minority voters disproportionately lack ID. Nationally, up to 25% of African-American citizens of voting age lack government-issued photo ID, compared to only 8% of whites.6

States exclude forms of ID in a discriminatory manner. Texas allows concealed weapons permits for voting, but does not accept student ID cards. Until its voter ID law was struck down, North Carolina prohibited public assistance IDs and state employee ID cards, which are disproportionately held by Black voters. And until recently, Wisconsin permitted active duty military ID cards, but prohibited Veterans Affairs ID cards for voting.

Voter ID laws are enforced in a discriminatory manner. A Caltech/MIT study found that minority voters are more frequently questioned about ID than are white voters. Voter ID laws reduce turnout among minority voters. Several studies, including a 2014 GAO study, have found that photo ID laws have a particularly depressive effect on turnout among racial minorities and other vulnerable groups, worsening the participation gap between voters of color and whites.8

Voter ID Requirements are a Solution in Search of a Problem: In-person fraud is vanishingly rare. A recent study found that, since 2000, there were only 31 credible allegations of voter impersonation – the only type of fraud that photo IDs could prevent – during a period of time in which over 1 billion ballots were cast.

Identified instances of “fraud” are honest mistakes. So-called cases of in-person impersonation voter “fraud” are almost always the product of an elections worker or a voter making an honest mistake, and that even these mistakes are extremely infrequent. Voter ID laws are a waste of taxpayer dollars. States incur sizeable costs when implementing voter ID laws, including the cost of educating the public, training poll workers, and providing IDs to voters.

Texas spent nearly $2 million on voter education and outreach efforts following passage of its Voter ID law. Indiana spent over $10 million to produce free ID cards between 2007 and 2010.

he ACLU has led the charge against Voter ID in several states, challenging voter ID laws in in states such as Pennsylvania, Arkansas, Wisconsin, and North Carolina. For more information, please contact Robert Hoffman at or visit to learn more.




Megyn Marie Kelly (born November 18, 1970) is an American journalist, attorney, political commentator, talk show host, and television news anchor. She was a talk show host at Fox News from 2004 to 2017, and a host and correspondent with NBC News from 2017 to 2018. She currently produces a podcast, The Megyn Kelly Show, and is active in posting to her Instagram page and YouTube channel.

During her time at Fox News, Kelly hosted America Live, and before that, co-hosted America's Newsroom with Bill Hemmer. From 2007 to 2012, the two reporters hosted Fox News Channel's New Year's Eve specials. Kelly also hosted The Kelly File from October 2013 to January 2017. In 2014, she was included in the TIME list of the 100 most influential people. Bill O’Reilly criticized Kelly for discussing how former Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes allegedly sexually harassed her in a book she released. Her salary at Fox was about eight million yearly.

Kelly left Fox News in January 2017 and joined NBC News. “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly” was poorly received and ended after a short run in the summer of 2017. She started hosting the third hour of the morning show Today with her program titled Megyn Kelly Today in September 2017. The show was cancelled in October 2018, after a segment discussing blackface, and she left the network in January 2019.

Megyn is obviously trying to get back to Fox, where liars are welcome and make lots of money. By comparison: if your podcast has about 10,000 downloads per episode, you can expect to make between $500 – $900 per episode in affiliate sales. As a reminder, at Fox she was making $8,000,000.





So here we are; Blacks watching the goings-on and wondering how Normal Albinos will deal with their degenerate brethren. The normal's know that the degenerates really are degenerates; they care nothing for Democracy or liberty for all, or any of the virtues they give lip service to. What they do care about is power, and they don't mind shedding some blood for it. The normal's are constantly aware of this, because they want to avoid at all cost a repeat of the Civil War. But at the same time, they understand that the degenerates current course will bring down ALL Albinos.

For degenerates being degenerates, they don't understand that the days of natives having Bows and Arrows, while Albinos have guns, is long gone. Today the most powerful weapons are universal, everyone can get everything. The United States had spent the last twenty years trying to defeat a rag-tag army of Afghans, and failed. Clearly the Albino normal's understand that they have to do something with the degenerates - but what?

We who pay attention to media know that normal's never blame the degenerates for the current condition of the United States, they Blame Trump. So when we came across a normal forced to consider who is really to blame (Trumps base), we thought it worthy of a page. Conversation below:





On 6/11/2021 Bill Maher welcomed guest Neil deGrasse Tyson, an eminent American astrophysicist, planetary scientist, author, and science communicator to his show to discuss the universe. As the conversation drifted, the subject of former President Trump came up;





There is banter as to whether Maher really hates Trump. Neil points out that 76 million (actually it was 74 million) almost exclusively Albino Americans who voted for Trump, therefore when dealing with such conflicts in a universal context, you would not hate Trump, but rather the people who put him in office - the 74 million people who voted for him. Maher quickly responded with: you can hate Trump but you can’t hate the people who voted for him, that’s half of the country, and you can’t hate half of the country. (No those Albinos who voted for Trump are not half of the country, half of the country is 165 million of the 330 million population: with more Blacks coming out to be counted daily), that's why all the suppression activity. Neil – they put him in office. Maher - for a lot of different reasons. Neil – I care about the electorate. Maher – and so do I, and that’s not how you get them back; telling them that they’re deplorable. Neil – I don’t tell them that, I try to educate them.

Imagine that, deGrasse thinks he can teach degenerates how not to be degenerates. Glad he's not a politician.

But we do have to keep an eye on Albino liberals like Maher, being Albino like them, he clearly wants to reconcile with the degenerates, obviously feeling that their interests are more closely aligned with his own. This also happened after the Civil War, when cries of discomfort by the degenerates were answered by Northern Albinos giving them permissions to enact Jim Crow Laws. i.e. immediately after the Civil War, Blacks had full rights, but over time the degenerates were able to get Northerners to allow them to enact Jim Crow laws which cheated Blacks out of most privileges of citizenship.







As an aside: part of the lies Albinos tell Blacks is that Abraham Lincoln was a supporter of Blacks:

The Wade-Davis Bill required that 50 percent of a confederate state's white males take a loyalty oath for the State to be readmitted to the Union. In addition, these states were required to give blacks the right to vote. Congress passed the Wade-Davis Bill, but President Lincoln chose not to sign it, killing the bill with a pocket veto.





And the backsliding of Black rights almost to the point of Slavery


The chief instigator of Jim Crow Laws was the degenerate and Racist 28th. President of the United States, Thomas Woodrow Wilson. In evaluating Wilson’s legacy, it’s important to weigh not only his efforts at leadership through a world war, or his business and labor polices. It’s also important to know that, on the other hand, he perpetuated violence and inequality against Black Americans.

These Jim Crow laws were a collection of state and local statutes that legalized racial segregation and oppression. Named after a Black minstrel show character; the laws - which existed for about 100 years - from the post-Civil War era until 1968: were meant to marginalize Black Americans by denying them the right to vote, hold jobs, get an education or other opportunities. Those who attempted to defy Jim Crow laws often faced arrest, fines, jail sentences, violence and death.

The roots of Jim Crow laws began as early as 1865: immediately following the ratification of the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery in the United States. Degenerates began working on black codes which were strict local and state laws that detailed when, where and how formerly enslaved people could work, and for how much compensation. The codes appeared throughout the South as a legal way to put Black citizens into indentured servitude, to take voting rights away, to control where they lived and how they traveled and to seize children for labor purposes.

The legal system was stacked against Black citizens, with former Confederate soldiers working as police and judges, making it difficult for Black Americans to win court cases, and ensuring they were subject to Black codes. These codes worked in conjunction with labor camps for the incarcerated, where prisoners were treated as enslaved people. Black offenders typically received longer sentences than their white equals, and because of the grueling work, often did not live out their entire sentence.




But it was not until the presidency of

Woodrow Wilson that Jim Crow was able to really fly!


Wilson is often associated with the state of New Jersey because that’s where he served as governor and as president of Princeton University. But he was born in antebellum Virginia in 1856 and lived in Georgia during the Civil War. His parents supported the Confederacy, and Wilson’s five-volume history textbook, "A History Of The American People", echoes those attitudes. The book adheres to what historians call the “Lost Cause” narrative, a non-factual view of history that romanticizes the Confederacy, describes the institution of slavery as a gentle patrician affair, recasts the Civil War as being about states’ rights instead of slavery and demonizes Reconstruction-era efforts to improve the lives of Black People.

When Wilson entered office in 1913, he was the first southerner to be president since Reconstruction. His cabinet included several white southerners, who “really had no idea how integrated the federal service was, how [relatively] unsegregated Washington, D.C. was," says Eric S. Yellin, a professor of history and American studies at the University of Richmond and author of "Racism in the Nation's Service: Government Workers and the Color Line in Woodrow Wilson's America". And when Wilsons people arrived some of them were really in shock.” Immediately - these cabinet members began to talk about segregating federal government employees by race, Wilson allowed his cabinet to do just that, despite protests by civil rights activists.


Rather die than use Black Nurses?


After the United States declared war on Germany in 1917, black nurses tried to enroll in the Red Cross, which was then the procurement agency for the Army Nurse Corps. Wilson's Red Cross rejected them, because they didn’t have the required membership in the American Nurses Association (ANA), which didn’t allow blacks to join. A few black nurses eventually served in the First World War, but not because they were finally admitted into the Army Nurse Corps. The 1918 flu epidemic wiped out so many thousands of people that a handful of black nurses were called to assist.


President Wilson catches the Virus


When the Spanish flu first appeared in early March 1918, it had all the hallmarks of a seasonal flu, albeit a highly contagious and virulent strain. One of the first registered cases was Albert Gitchell, a U.S. Army cook at Camp Funston in Kansas, who was hospitalized with a 104-degree fever. The virus spread quickly through the Army installation, home to 54,000 troops. By the end of the month, 1,100 troops had been hospitalized and 38 had died after developing pneumonia.

As U.S. troops deployed en masse for the war effort in Europe, they carried the Spanish flu with them. Throughout April and May of 1918, the virus spread like wildfire through England, France, Spain and Italy. An estimated three-quarters of the French military was infected in the spring of 1918 and as many as half of British troops. Yet the first wave of the virus didn't appear to be particularly deadly, with symptoms like high fever and malaise usually lasting only three days. According to limited public health data from the time, mortality rates were similar to seasonal flu.

Interestingly, it was during this time that the Spanish flu earned its misnomer. Spain was neutral during World War I, and unlike its European neighbors, it didn’t impose wartime censorship on its press. In France, England and the United States, newspapers weren’t allowed to report on anything that could harm the war effort, including news that a crippling virus was sweeping through the troops. Since Spanish journalists were the only ones reporting on a widespread flu outbreak in the spring of 1918, the pandemic became known as the “Spanish flu.”

Somewhere in Europe, a mutated strain of the Spanish flu virus had emerged that had the power to kill a perfectly healthy young man or woman within 24 hours of showing the first signs of infection.

On the night of April 3, 1919, President Woodrow Wilson began to suffer from a violent cough. His condition quickly worsened to the point that his personal doctor, Cary Grayson, thought the president might have been poisoned. The culprit wasn’t poison, but the same potent strain of influenza nicknamed the “Spanish flu” that would eventually kill an estimated 20 million worldwide, including more than 600,000 in the United States.

The president was confined to his bed for five days battling a 103-degree fever and racking coughs while his doctor, Grayson, lied to the press that it was nothing more than a bad cold. The 1918 “Spanish” flu was notorious for aggressively attacking the respiratory system. The infection was worst in the young and previously healthy, whose immune systems could overreact to the virus and drown the lungs with fluid, killing patients in a matter of days. But for those who survived the initial onslaught, some also experienced neurological symptoms.

Even after their burning fevers subsided, flu victims described “post-influenzal manifestations,” psychotic delusions and visions that resulted from damage to the nervous system. From numerous sources, it appears that Wilson suffered from similar effects during his fight with the flu at the Paris Peace Conference.

He became paranoid, says Barry; Wilson thought the French had spies all around him. He was bizarrely obsessed with his furniture and his automobiles, and pretty much everyone around him noted it.” One hypothesis is that the neurological disorder experienced by Wilson and others was caused by brain swelling (encephalitis) associated with the flu.


Blacks during the pandemic


When it came to getting healthcare during the 1918 influenza epidemic, America’s Black communities, hobbled by poverty, Jim Crow segregation and rampant discrimination, were mostly forced to fend for themselves. Opportunities for hospital care proved scarce, leaving many relying on family care and, where available, the small but burgeoning ranks of Black nurses.

Most Hospitals Turned Away Black People, Black Americans received substandard care in segregated hospitals—if they could even be admitted. “Not many hospitals accepted Black Americans, and those that did sent them to the basement for care,” says Marian Moser Jones, a public health scholar at the University of Maryland. There, they likely languished in rooms unintended for patient treatment, receiving neither the full resources nor timely medical attention white patients received in the main wards.




Woodrow Wilson is best known as the World War I president who earned a Nobel Peace Prize for his efforts to found the League of Nations. A progressive reformer who fought against monopolies and child labor, he served two terms starting in 1913.

But Wilson was also a segregationist who wrote a history textbook praising the Confederacy and, in particular, the Ku Klux Klan. As president, he rolled back hard-fought economic progress for Black Americans, overseeing the segregation of multiple agencies of the federal government.

While Wilson was lauded for his role in World War I, historians and activists have long called attention to his other actions. And institutions have grappled with how to respond to this side of his legacy. In June 2020, Monmouth University announced it would rename its Woodrow Wilson Hall. And after years of protests, Princeton University said it would remove his name from its prestigious public policy school, explaining that his segregationist attitudes and policies made Wilson an “especially inappropriate namesake.” In places like Washington, D.C., historians and parents have called for removing his name from public high schools.


Note the similarities with President Donald Trump: Both came to the presidency as "Functioning" closet degenerate Racists. But due to catching the pandemic Virus, they both left office as little more than babbling Idiots.





When the Army decided to build more bases for WWI they courted Southern degenerates. The bases, all in former Confederate states, were named with input from locals in the Jim Crow era. The Army courted their buy-in because it needed large swaths of land to build sprawling bases in the early 20th century up through World War II. As a way to appease racist white political leaders and locals who didn’t want a more integrated military nearby, the Army named bases after Confederate “heroes” who were popular among these leaders and locals. That’s why all 10 facilities named after those men are in the South: three in Virginia, two in Louisiana, two in Georgia, and one each in Alabama, North Carolina, and Texas.


On a spring day 140 years ago, Union Gen. Ulysses S. Grant and Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee met face to face in the parlor of Wilmer McLean's house in Appomattox Court House, Virginia. On that historic occasion, April 9, 1865, the two generals formalized the surrender of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia, thus bringing an end to four years of fighting between North and South. After agreeing upon terms of the surrender, the generals each selected three officers to oversee the surrender and parole of Lee's army. Later that day, Lee and six of his staff signed a document granting their parole.

PAROLE (Military). the promise, usually written, of a prisoner of war, that if released he or she either will return to custody at a specified time, or will not again take up arms against his or her captors.

On May 29, 1865, President Andrew Johnson issued a Proclamation of Amnesty and Pardon to persons who had participated in the rebellion against the United States. There were fourteen excepted classes, though, and members of those classes had to make special application to the President.

Lee sent an application to Grant and wrote to President Johnson on June 13, 1865: Quote - Being excluded from the provisions of amnesty and pardon contained in the proclamation of the 29th; I hereby apply for the benefits, and full restoration of all rights and privileges extended to those included in its terms. I graduated at the Military Academy at West Point in June 1829. Resigned from the U.S. Army April '61, was a General in the Confederate Army, and included in the surrender of the Army of N. Va. 9 April '65."

On October 2, 1865, the same day that Lee was inaugurated as president of Washington College in Lexington, Virginia, he signed his Amnesty Oath, thereby complying fully with the provision of Johnson's proclamation. But Lee was not pardoned, nor was his citizenship restored. And the fact that he had submitted an amnesty oath at all was soon lost to history.

Almost 110 years after the conclusion of the Civil War and his denial for amnesty by Secretary of State William Seward, Lee was officially pardoned by President Gerald Ford, and given a posthumous restoration of his full rights of citizenship. On this day in 1978, President Jimmy Carter officially restored the full citizenship rights of former Confederate president Jefferson Davis, signing an act from Congress that ended a century-long dispute.

In his July 9th Congressional testimony, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley called for taking "a hard look" at changing the names of Army bases honoring Confederate officers who had fought against the Union during the Civil War.
General Milley’s rationale, as the New York Times reports, centers on treason:“The Confederacy, the American Civil War, was fought, and it was an act of rebellion,” he said. “It was an act of treason, at the time, against the Union, against the Stars and Stripes, against the U.S. Constitution. Those officers turned their back on their oath.”

Grant and Lee

How many of us has watched a Television program like "Law and Order" and watched Fred Thompson, a former U.S. senator for Tennessee, and an actor who starred on “Law & Order” from 2002-2007: he would sometimes wax poetically about the respectful, perhaps even fond relationship between General Grant and General lee. All of that of course is just typical degenerate's lying, intended to normalize the degeneracy and greed of Confederates willing to destroy the nation just so they wouldn't have to pay wages to workers just as they have to do today.

Today hired farmworkers are from the southern states, but mostly foreign-born people from Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean who leave their permanent homes to seek employment in agriculture. They typically move northward, following the growing and harvesting seasons. Those lacking in pigmentation must unfortunately wear heavy uncomfortable clothing for protection from the Sun.





As to Lee: the evidence is that Grant despised Lee: he did not restore Lee's U.S. citizenship as he easily could have done. But Grant did seize Lee's plantation to bury his dead soldiers in; it is today "Arlington National Cemetery". As one can gather by just looking at Lee, as with Trump, one can clearly see; there is not much there, just enough to fool bottom dwelling degenerates. Like everything else associated with Trump and the "Southern Gentleman" facade, it is a lie, they were just simple minded, greedy degenerates; as they are today.



Even Lee's beloved home was not really his: it was his wife's. Mary Lee inherited Arlington, a 1,100-acre estate from her father, George Washington Parke Custis, upon his death in 1857. Custis, the grandson of Martha Washington, had been adopted by George Washington when Custis' father died in 1781. Beginning in 1802, Custis started building Arlington, as his showplace mansion. When Custis died, Arlington passed to Mary Lee, his only surviving child, who had grown up, married and raised seven children and buried her parents there. In correspondence, her husband Lee, referred to the place as "our dear home," the spot "where my attachments are more strongly placed than at any other place in the world." If possible, his wife felt an even stronger attachment to the property.








Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, West Virginia and Wyoming announced they will stop giving unemployed workers the extra $300 in benefits provided by the federal government.



To the pathetic "POOR" degenerate Albino: See - it was never about color,

it was always about others - of ANY color - making money for THEM!




History is supposedly written by the winners; so why is it that the losers of the Civil War were able to insert so many lies into American history?

It was only a matter of time before the current climate of civilian unrest led back to the U.S. military: and its 10 Army bases named for Confederate traitor generals, all spread throughout the former Confederacy.
Whether to rename them continues to be a contentious political issue, but the practical-minded among us have moved on. If they are renamed, what will they be called?

1. Fort Benning (Georgia)
This Columbus, Georgia, base was named after Confederate Gen. Henry L. Benning, who fought against the Union armies at the Second Battle of Bull Run, Antietam and Gettysburg. It was named for him in 1918, while many Civil War veterans were still alive.

2. Fort Lee (Virginia)
So what to do with Fort Lee, Virginia, now that Fort William C. Lee is in Georgia? The current Fort Lee was named for Robert E. Lee, commander of the Army of Northern Virginia. Even though the federal government seized his estate and turned it into Arlington National Cemetery, it still somehow thought it appropriate to name a base after him.

Renaming Fort Lee to Fort Grant would send a positive message to the people who look up to the U.S. Army. Grant owned one slave in his life, acquired from his father-in-law, and set the man free in less than a year.

3. Fort Bragg (North Carolina)
Besides being named for a Confederate general, Fort Bragg should be renamed because it's the home of Army Special Forces, the 75th Ranger Regiment and the Air Force Combat Control School -- and it's named for American history's worst general. Bragg lost almost every battle he commanded, always took the opposite of good advice and once even misplaced a line of men. Is this who we want the home of Army Special Forces to be named for?

4. Fort Hood (Texas)
This Killeen, Texas-based installation is named for John Bell Hood, a Confederate who wasn't even from Texas. Known for his bravery, all that bravado didn't help him even slow down Gen. William Tecumseh Sherman on his way to burn down the South and everything they loved. Surely, Texans have a number of people they would prefer to honor over a Confederate.

5. Fort Polk (Louisiana)
What does one rename the most reviled duty station in all of the U.S. Army? Surely, we can honor someone other than a guy with no previous military experience whose Civil War claim to fame is that he died in it.

Louisiana is one of the most unique states in the Union, with a history unlike any other. But again, for sheer coolness factor, we could rename this for Union Col. Algernon Sidney Badger. Badger was from Massachusetts but served at the Battle of Mobile Bay and ended up in Louisiana. He liked it so much, he stayed there when the war was over. Plus, the symbolism of a badger killing a snake is too good to pass up.

Who wouldn't want to be stationed at Fort Badger?
But the top candidate for Fort Polk's new name has to be William C.C. Claiborne, the first American governor of Louisiana. He was conciliatory toward native tribes under his jurisdiction and tried to secure clemency for the captured organizers of the largest slave revolt in U.S. history. He also negotiated for the help of the pirate Jean Lafitte for the defense of New Orleans during the War of 1812.

6. Fort Gordon (Georgia)
Only in the old Confederacy could you be hailed a hero upon your return from losing a war. Besides getting that particular participant trophy, John Brown Gordon's career can't be discussed without mentioning how many times he was wounded in action.

Georgia was home to Henry O. Flipper, the first African American graduate of West Point. Can you imagine the level of harassment this man endured? Commissioned and sent to the frontier areas, he did his job well until he was improperly accused of embezzling quartermaster funds and court-martialed, an injustice to which the Army later admitted. President Bill Clinton would later pardon him.


Henry O. Flipper


7. Fort Pickett (Virginia)
Fort Pickett is a National Guard Base in Virginia named after a guy who led one of the most ill-advised infantry charges in history. Not just in American history, but all of world history. While Maj. Gen. George Pickett didn't order the charge at Gettysburg (Robert E. Lee did, despite all advice against it), his name got slapped on it, whether he liked it or not. Pickett's charge led to the defeat of the Confederacy at Gettysburg, a loss from which the South couldn't recover and ultimately ended their war with loss.

8. Fort A.P. Hill (Virginia)
Although one of the more capable commanders on the list, this Confederate general's accomplishments include not being Stonewall Jackson, getting shot seven days before the war ended and having gonorrhea for 21 years.

9. Fort Rucker (Alabama)
Fort Rucker is named for Col. Edmund Rucker, a Confederate Army chef who designed a way for Confederate troops to live on eating grass. While that's not even remotely true, no one outside of Fort Rucker knows that or cares to Google it. Rucker wasn't even from Alabama, he just made a lot of money there.


Maj. Gen. Oliver W. Dillard


The first suggestion for renaming the base goes to Gen. Oliver W. Dillard, the fifth Black American flag officer in Army history, the first black intelligence general and a National Intelligence Hall of Famer. He joined during World War II and served through Korea, Vietnam and most of the Cold War.

But if time in service is what we're looking for, look no further than Alabama's own Sgt. Maj. Gilbert "Hashmark" Johnson. Johnson first enlisted in the Army in 1923 and was discharged as a corporal six years later. After four years as a civilian, he again enlisted, this time in the Navy. "Hashmark" was aboard the USS Wyoming when the U.S. was attacked at Pearl Harbor, but later that year, he was one of the first black men to join the United States Marine Corps.



Johnson spent another 17 years in the Corps, with a total of 32 years in service. He earned the name "Hashmark" because he had more service stripes than stripes indicating his rank.

10. Camp Beauregard (Louisiana)
Louisiana's National Guard runs this base, named for Confederate Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard, one of the South's most able commanders -- and one who would end up arguing for racial cooperation after the Civil War's end.
While that's admirable, there's a good chance he just wanted the votes of newly freed black men against Reconstruction-era radical Republicans, so let's not go crazy about how reconstructed Beauregard was. If we're going to choose a Louisianan with questionable motives, let's name the camp after the aforementioned pirate Jean Lafitte.

Who wears the same facial expression as your First Sergeant. Lafitte turned from sailor/pirate/merchant to soldier in nearly a heartbeat to help the Americans defend the port city of New Orleans from outside attack, and if that doesn't sound like the National Guard, I don't know what does.


The Traitor Robert E. Lee



Note the Black man black painting over the hideous Lee

The Myth of the Kindly General Lee


The legend of the Confederate leader’s heroism and decency

is based in the fiction of a person who never existed.

By Adam Serwer June 4, 2017


The strangest part about the continued personality cult of Robert E. Lee is how few of the qualities his admirers profess to see in him he actually possessed. Memorial Day has the tendency to conjure up old arguments about the Civil War. That’s understandable; it was created to mourn the dead of a war in which the Union was nearly destroyed, when half the country rose up in rebellion in defense of slavery.

This year, the removal of Lee’s statue in New Orleans has inspired a new round of commentary about Lee, not to mention protests on his behalf by white supremacists. The myth of Lee goes something like this: He was a brilliant strategist and devoted Christian man who abhorred slavery and labored tirelessly after the war to bring the country back together.
There is little truth in this.

Lee was a devout Christian, and historians regard him as an accomplished tactician. But despite his ability to win individual battles, his decision to fight a conventional war against the more densely populated and industrialized North is considered by many historians to have been a fatal strategic error. But even if one conceded Lee’s military prowess, he would still be responsible for the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Americans in defense of the South’s authority to own millions of human beings as property because they are black.

Lee’s elevation is a key part of a 150-year-old propaganda campaign designed to erase slavery as the cause of the war and whitewash the Confederate cause as a noble one. That ideology is known as the Lost Cause, and as the historian David Blight writes, it provided a “foundation on which Southerners built the Jim Crow system.”

There are unwitting victims of this campaign—those who lack the knowledge to separate history from sentiment. Then there are those whose reverence for Lee relies on replacing the actual Lee with a mythical figure who never truly existed.
In the Richmond Times Dispatch, R. David Cox wrote that “for white supremacist protesters to invoke his name violates Lee’s most fundamental convictions.” In the conservative publication Townhall, Jack Kerwick concluded that Lee was “among the finest human beings that has ever walked the Earth.” John Daniel Davidson, in an essay for The Federalist, opposed the removal of the Lee statute in part on the grounds that Lee “arguably did more than anyone to unite the country after the war and bind up its wounds.” Praise for Lee of this sort has flowed forth from past historians and presidents alike.

This is too divorced from Lee’s actual life to even be classed as fan fiction; it is simply historical illiteracy.
White supremacy does not “violate” Lee’s “most fundamental convictions.” White supremacy was one of Lee’s most fundamental convictions. Lee was a slave owner—his own views on slavery were explicated in an 1856 letter that is often misquoted to give the impression that Lee was some kind of abolitionist. In the letter, he describes slavery as “a moral & political evil,” but goes on to explain that:

I think it however a greater evil to the white man than to the black race, & while my feelings are strongly enlisted in behalf of the latter, my sympathies are more strong for the former. The blacks are immeasurably better off here than in Africa, morally, socially & physically. The painful discipline they are undergoing, is necessary for their instruction as a race, & I hope will prepare & lead them to better things. How long their subjugation may be necessary is known & ordered by a wise Merciful Providence. Their emancipation will sooner result from the mild & melting influence of Christianity, than the storms & tempests of fiery Controversy.

The argument here is that slavery is bad for white people, good for black people, and most important, better than abolitionism; emancipation must wait for divine intervention. That black people might not want to be slaves does not enter into the equation; their opinion on the subject of their own bondage is not even an afterthought to Lee.

Lee’s cruelty as a slave master was not confined to physical punishment. In Reading the Man, the historian Elizabeth Brown Pryor’s portrait of Lee through his writings, Pryor writes that “Lee ruptured the Washington and Custis tradition of respecting slave families” by hiring them off to other plantations, and that “by 1860 he had broken up every family but one on the estate, some of whom had been together since Mount Vernon days.” The separation of slave families was one of the most unfathomably devastating aspects of slavery, and Pryor wrote that Lee’s slaves regarded him as “the worst man I ever see.” The trauma of rupturing families lasted lifetimes for the enslaved—it was, as my colleague Ta-Nehisi Coates described it, “a kind of murder.”

After the war, thousands of the emancipated searched desperately for kin lost to the market for human flesh, fruitlessly for most. In Reconstruction, the historian Eric Foner quotes a Freedmen’s Bureau agent who notes of the emancipated, “In their eyes, the work of emancipation was incomplete until the families which had been dispersed by slavery were reunited.”
Lee’s heavy hand on the Arlington, Virginia, plantation, Pryor writes, nearly led to a slave revolt, in part because the enslaved had been expected to be freed upon their previous master’s death, and Lee had engaged in a dubious legal interpretation of his will in order to keep them as his property, one that lasted until a Virginia court forced him to free them.

When two of his slaves escaped and were recaptured, Lee either beat them himself or ordered the overseer to “lay it on well.” Wesley Norris, one of the slaves who was whipped, recalled that “not satisfied with simply lacerating our naked flesh, Gen. Lee then ordered the overseer to thoroughly wash our backs with brine, which was done.”

Every state that seceded mentioned slavery as the cause in their declarations of secession. Lee’s beloved Virginia was no different, accusing the federal government of “perverting” its powers “not only to the injury of the people of Virginia, but to the oppression of the Southern Slaveholding States.” Lee’s decision to fight for the South can only be described as a choice to fight for the continued existence of human bondage in America—even though for the Union, it was not at first a war for emancipation.

During the invasion of Pennsylvania, Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia enslaved free black Americans and brought them back to the South as property. Pryor writes that “evidence links virtually every infantry and cavalry unit in Lee’s army” to the abduction of free black Americans, “with the activity under the supervision of senior officers.”

Soldiers under Lee’s command at the Battle of the Crater in 1864 massacred black Union soldiers who tried to surrender. Then, in a spectacle hatched by Lee’s senior corps commander, A. P. Hill, the Confederates paraded the Union survivors through the streets of Petersburg to the slurs and jeers of the southern crowd. Lee never discouraged such behavior. As the historian Richard Slotkin wrote in No Quarter: The Battle of the Crater, “his silence was permissive.”

The presence of black soldiers on the field of battle shattered every myth that the South’s slave empire was built on: the happy docility of slaves, their intellectual inferiority, their cowardice, their inability to compete with white people. As Pryor writes, “fighting against brave and competent Black Americans challenged every underlying tenet of southern society.” The Confederate response to this challenge was to visit every possible atrocity and cruelty upon black soldiers whenever possible, from enslavement to execution.

As the historian James McPherson recounts in Battle Cry of Freedom, in October of that same year, Lee proposed an exchange of prisoners with the Union general Ulysses S. Grant. “Grant agreed, on condition that black soldiers be exchanged ‘the same as white soldiers.’” Lee’s response was that “negroes belonging to our citizens are not considered subjects of exchange and were not included in my proposition.” Because slavery was the cause for which Lee fought, he could hardly be expected to easily concede, even at the cost of the freedom of his own men, that black people could be treated as soldiers and not things. Grant refused the offer, telling Lee that “government is bound to secure to all persons received into her armies the rights due to soldiers.” Despite its desperate need for soldiers, the Confederacy did not relent from this position until a few months before Lee’s surrender.

After the war, Lee did advise defeated southerners not to rise up against the North. Lee might have become a rebel once more, and urged the South to resume fighting—as many of his former comrades wanted him to. But even in this task Grant, in 1866, regarded his former rival as falling short, saying that Lee was “setting an example of forced acquiescence so grudging and pernicious in its effects as to be hardly realized.”

Nor did Lee’s defeat lead to an embrace of racial egalitarianism. The war was not about slavery, Lee insisted later, but if it were about slavery, it was only out of Christian devotion that white southerners fought to keep black people enslaved. Lee told a New York Herald reporter, in the midst of arguing in favor of somehow removing black people from the South (“disposed of,” in his words), “that unless some humane course is adopted, based on wisdom and Christian principles, you do a gross wrong and injustice to the whole negro race in setting them free. And it is only this consideration that has led the wisdom, intelligence and Christianity of the South to support and defend the institution up to this time.”

Lee had beaten or ordered his own slaves to be beaten for the crime of wanting to be free; he fought for the preservation of slavery; his army kidnapped free black people at gunpoint and made them unfree—but all of this, he insisted, had occurred only because of the great Christian love the South held for black Americans. Here we truly understand Frederick Douglass’s admonition that “between the Christianity of this land and the Christianity of Christ, I recognize the widest possible difference.” Privately, according to the correspondence collected by his own family, Lee counseled others to hire white labor instead of the freedmen, observing “that wherever you find the negro, everything is going down around him, and wherever you find a white man, you see everything around him improving.”

In another letter, Lee wrote, “You will never prosper with blacks, and it is abhorrent to a reflecting mind to be supporting and cherishing those who are plotting and working for your injury, and all of whose sympathies and associations are antagonistic to yours. I wish them no evil in the world—on the contrary, will do them every good in my power, and know that they are misled by those to whom they have given their confidence; but our material, social, and political interests are naturally with the whites.”

Publicly, Lee argued against the enfranchisement of black Americans, and raged against Republican efforts to enforce racial equality in the South. Lee told Congress that black people lacked the intellectual capacity of white people and “could not vote intelligently,” and that granting them suffrage would “excite unfriendly feelings between the two races.” Lee explained that “the negroes have neither the intelligence nor the other qualifications which are necessary to make them safe depositories of political power.” To the extent that Lee believed in reconciliation, it was among white people, and only on the precondition that black people would be denied political power and therefore the ability to shape their own fate.

Originally Republicans (the party of Lincoln) was against slavery, and Democrats were pro-slavery. That was true un till the pro-Black Democratic administration of Franklin Delno Roosevelt. With the administrations of John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson Blacks made more progress until Civil Rights Laws were passed in the Congress. At which time Republicans beginning with Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan and on to Donald Trump comminuted to a path called "The Southern Strategy".

Wikipedia: The Southern strategy was a Republican Party electoral strategy to increase political support among white voters in the South by appealing to racism against Black Americans. As the civil rights movement and dismantling of Jim Crow laws in the 1950s and 1960s visibly deepened existing racial tensions in much of the Southern United States, Republican politicians such as presidential candidate Richard Nixon and Senator Barry Goldwater developed strategies that successfully contributed to the political realignment of many white, conservative voters in the South who had traditionally supported the Democratic Party rather than the Republican Party.

Lee is not remembered as an educator, but his life as president of Washington College (later Washington and Lee) is tainted as well. According to Pryor, students at Washington formed their own chapter of the Ku Klux Klan, and were known by the local Freedmen’s Bureau to attempt to abduct and rape black schoolgirls from the nearby black schools.

There were at least two attempted lynchings by Washington students during Lee’s tenure, and Pryor writes that “the number of accusations against Washington College boys indicates that he either punished the racial harassment more laxly than other misdemeanors, or turned a blind eye to it,” adding that he “did not exercise the near imperial control he had at the school, as he did for more trivial matters, such as when the boys threatened to take unofficial Christmas holidays.” In short, Lee was as indifferent to crimes of violence toward black people carried out by his students as he was when they were carried out by his soldiers..

Lee died in 1870, as Democrats and ex-Confederates were commencing a wave of terrorist violence that would ultimately reimpose their domination over the southern states. The KKK was founded in 1866; there is no evidence Lee ever spoke up against it. On the contrary, he darkly intimated in his interview with the Herald that the South might be moved to violence again if peace did not proceed on its terms. That was prescient.

The white supremacists who have protested on Lee’s behalf are not betraying his legacy. In fact, they have every reason to admire him. Lee - whose devotion to white supremacy outshone his loyalty to his country, is the embodiment of everything they stand for. Tribe and race over country is the core of white nationalism, and racists can embrace Lee in good conscience. The question is why anyone else would.





The Thirteenth Amendment

The Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution abolished slavery and involuntary servitude, except as punishment for a crime. The amendment was passed by Congress on January 31, 1865, and ratified by the required 27 of the then 36 states on December 6, 1865, and proclaimed on December 18.

Section 1 & 2

Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. Section 2 - Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.

The Fourteenth Amendment

The Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution was adopted on July 9, 1868, as one of the Reconstruction Amendments.

Section 1.

All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

Section 2.

Representatives shall be apportioned among the several states according to their respective numbers, counting the whole number of persons in each state, excluding Indians not taxed. But when the right to vote at any election for the choice of electors for President and Vice President of the United States, Representatives in Congress, the executive and judicial officers of a state, or the members of the legislature thereof, is denied to any of the male inhabitants of such state, being twenty-one years of age, and citizens of the United States, or in any way abridged, except for participation in rebellion, or other crime, the basis of representation therein shall be reduced in the proportion which the number of such male citizens shall bear to the whole number of male citizens twenty-one years of age in such state.

Section 3.

No person shall be a Senator or Representative in Congress, or elector of President and Vice President, or hold any office, civil or military, under the United States, or under any state, who, having previously taken an oath, as a member of Congress, or as an officer of the United States, or as a member of any state legislature, or as an executive or judicial officer of any state, to support the Constitution of the United States, shall have engaged in insurrection or rebellion against the same, or given aid or comfort to the enemies thereof. But Congress may by a vote of two-thirds of each House, remove such disability.

Section 4.

The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, including debts incurred for payment of pensions and bounties for services in suppressing insurrection or rebellion, shall not be questioned. But neither the United States nor any state shall assume or pay any debt or obligation incurred in aid of insurrection or rebellion against the United States, or any claim for the loss or emancipation of any slave; but all such debts, obligations and claims shall be held illegal and void.
5. The Congress shall have power to enforce, by appropriate legislation, the provisions of this article.







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