“Every measure of prudence, therefore, ought to be assumed for the eventual total extirpation of slavery from the United States. … I have, throughout my whole life, held the practice of slavery in … abhorrence.” – John Adams (1819)
For those who may not know, John Adams was the second president of the United States. For those who may not know, the Declaration of Independence first draft included language citing the British making slavery mandatory in the colonies that became the United States as a cause of our revolution. For those who do not know, most of our founding fathers who signed the Declaration of Independence and then those who signed the Constitution were against slavery in theory if not practice and nearly all agreed to a process in which slavery which had been worked into our economic system by the British crown not Americans themselves would be got rid of eventually.
For those who do not know, the 1619 Project of the New York Times is complete rubbish and not an accurate depiction of US History. Read the words of the 1776 Project instead which was founded by, researched thoroughly by and well documented (as opposed to the 1619 propaganda piece) by black American scholars who were terribly upset by the lies and distortions told in the 1619 Project. Don’t believe me? Go to the group I started on FB and Second Life called All Life Is Sacred, look under the subject of truth tellers and you will find the link to the 1776 Project. Stop believing the lies and look for what is easily enough evidenced by a bit of reading and learning.
I would like to challenge the lead propagandist of the 1619 Project to a debate on US History. With her backing from the NYT, she should have the superior resources, correct? Bring it, Ms. Nikole Hannah-Jones, anytime any place. Are you willing to put your mind against mine and show the world how much you know about US history? You’re the ‘expert’, right?