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Africans started slavery – how it REALLY happened

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Continuation from the other video, starting at minute 1:01 the professor explains how Slavery started with Africans. THE REAL STORY!!
*WARNING* The following video contains TRUE and real education, which will be VERY hard for hoodrats to digest. If your a hoodrat, then you might not want to watch this, because the truth you cannot handle!!

 

 

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  1. I am not surprised? We have some African-Americans who want to re-start slavery: Herman Cain, Allen West, Michael Steele, Dr. Ben Carson, Allen Keyes and Rev. Manning. These want us all Blacks back to the plantations.

  2. I am not surprised? We have some African-Americans who want to re-start slavery: Herman Cain, Allen West, Michael Steele, Dr. Ben Carson, Allen Keyes and Rev. Manning. These want us all Blacks back to the plantations.

    • What in the he!! does your list of black men you don’t like have to do with the story on this web page? None of these men favor slavery, and you know it. Now, crawl back into your hole.

      • me112233-You must not be following what those Blacks have been saying all along. I believe you don’t know Herman Cain said Blacks, which included his wife, were brain-washed and that we cannot think. Therefore we are stupid beings. His friends were all Whites. Herman Cain even claimed to be “Koch Brother from another mother.” I am sorry you didn’t follow what Allen West said about Black people. During his campaign West said he would prefer all Blacks back to the plantations. This was the time when he was surrounded by Tea Party, a party whose members spat saliva to Black lawmakers going to witness signing of Obamacare. I believe you don’t know Dr. Ben Carson does not want Obamacare because Blacks will be treated in clinics and hospitals where Whites were treated. Dr. Carson accepts only White patients. You should know Michael Steele and Allen Keyes were fighting to ensure Obama was not elected in 2008. These even went to court to sue that Obama was not a Black American but African-American. I did not know the difference between the two terms. I know President Obama’s father was an African from Kenya. Any rebuttal to what I said will be appreciated.

        • You are misquoting. You are either woefully ignornant, or you a desparate liar. You pick.

          Allen West said that many black are on a “Economic Dependency Plantation,” referring to the present-day inner city situation that many blacks find themselves in, and in which many blacks are dependent on the government for literally their entire existence. Now, you might not like what the man said, but in no way did Allen West ever say, or even suggest, that he wanted blacks to be on plantations. You simply aren’t telling the truth.

          Herman Cain had his issues, no doubt. His “brainwashed” comment was, quite honestly, correct. A great many black folks who are otherwise relatively intelligent, completely abandon common sense when it comes to politics, blindly supporting anyone with a “D” behind his/her name, no matter what kind of crap the politician is promoting, and no matter how badly black folks have fared under his “leadership.”

          And document the claimed spitting incidence. It didn’t happen. And why do you want to blame the entire Tea Party for the alleged actions of one person? First of all, you don’t even know that it happened, and if it did, you have no idea if the person who did it was there on orders of the Tea Party. I’ll suggest to you that half the crimes in this nation are perpetrated by registered democrats, does that mean that the entire democrat party are criminals? If we are to agree to your “logic,” then we must believe that the entire democrat party are criminals because of the actions of a few.

          You said, “Dr. Carson accepts only White patients.” Now that is simply a lie. Dr. Carson deals with patients who come to the hospital at which he works. At this point in his career, he actually sees very few patients, since he is in charge of the whole department; he now oversees doctors who do the actual treatment.

          You said, “You should know Michael Steele and Allen Keyes were fighting to ensure Obama was not elected in 2008.” Yes, I understand that. Most (not all) Republicans were supporting the Republican candidate that year, why would Michael Steele and Allen Keyes be any different in that respect? Doesn’t make them a bad people simply because they supported and voted for someone other than Barack Obama. As for you claimed lawsuit over Obama being “black” or “African,” I can’t find anything on the web that mentions such a thing.

          • Thanks. At least you agree with most what I said. Also watch out Blacks now hired at FoxNews. These are hypocrites and dangerous to us Blacks. They are paid to demonize Blacks and Obamacare. These morons don’t know Obamacare enables us Blacks and poor Whites to clinics and hospitals reserved for rich Whites. I am glad Juan Williams is at FoxNews trying to break the status quo there.

        • You wrote: “These morons don’t know Obamacare enables us Blacks and poor Whites to clinics and hospitals reserved for rich Whites.”

          Actually, it doesn’t. I work in the health insurance business. Most people here in south-central Kentucky go to Nashville for major services. The big “high end” hospital there is Vanderbilt. And not a single Kentucky Medicaid patient is allowed to go there — it’s actually the law that they can’t go there unless it’s by random happening they are in Nashville and have an emergency (like an auto accident or heart attack) while there. Also, the new Blue Cross “Obamacare” policies don’t permit Kentucky residents who buy regular insurance (with our w/o a subsidy) to go to any out of state hospital, whatsoever. The only other plan available, Kentucky Health Cooperative, will allow visits to a few out of state hospitals, but Vanderbilt isn’t on their list. So, the ugly truth is that the Obamacare policies do not give access to the top end hospitals to poor people, or even rich people for that matter.

          The Obamacare law is totally fu@&ed. The general idea of making sure everyone has health insurance is a good one, but the way they went about doing it is horrible. The democrats had all the votes; they didn’t need a single Republican to vote for Obamacare, and none did. The dems refused every suggestion the Republicans mentioned, back in 2010 when the law was passed, and after the laws was passed. Everything that is wrong with Obamacare is 100% the fault of the democrats — set aside your bias, and recognize that 100% of Obamabare was/is a creation of the democrats.

          Here’s the ultimate ridiculous thing about Obamacare: when the Republicans thy to change anything, they are told to shut up because “it is the law of the land;” but when Obama decides to cancel or delay parts of the law, he just changes it by executive order, even though he doesn’t have the legal authority to do so, and the democrats don’t tell him to shut up because “its the law of the land.”

          • Thanks for your rebuttal. At least you don’t dispute Repubs and TPs wanted status quo in health insurance. Do you know the same people, like those at FoxNews, were whining their premiums were skyrocketing each year? Bill O’rielly, who is anti-Obamacare, whines that his premiums increased by 25% last year. Still he hates Obamacare. Another thing you mentioned is that it was crafted by Demos and in some parts Obamacare is not that good. At least President Obama came up with the idea that all Americans should have insurance – just in case they are hit with medical costs. With hospitals that don’t accept certain people, Demos will fix that to ensure nobody is discriminated. Access to medical treatment should be a civil right. Please look at NY Times magazine today – hilarious.

        • You said: “At least you don’t dispute Repubs and TPs wanted status quo in health insurance.”

          I didn’t dispute it, as I didn’t realize it was the subject of the discussion. I’m not fully convinced that the Republicans didn’t want to do anything. In fact, the Republicans did offer proposals (then and now) that couldn’t get enough democrat votes to pass. I don’t think the Republicans were for the “status quo,” but I also think they were interested in a far less comprehensive plan, one that didn’t literally take over the insurance business (the actual access to healthcare by poor people hasn’t changed all that much under Obamacare, only the “who pays for it” part, what we call insurance, has changed).

          You said: “Do you know the same people, like those at FoxNews, were whining their premiums were skyrocketing each year? Bill O’rielly, who is anti-Obamacare, whines that his premiums increased by 25% last year. Still he hates Obamacare.”

          I’m not quite sure where you are going with that one. Bill Reilly is an obnoxious loudmouth, no matter what he’s talking about. That said, what he says or doesn’t say doesn’t mean that all of a sudden that I should take the other side. Same goes for every other talking head — they all have a bias of some sort, and don’t forget the “Ed Show” on MSNBC, the left-wing’s obnoxious answer to Bill O’Reilly.

          Also, I’m not Bill O’Reilly, yet I’m 100% opposed to Obamacare. I didn’t hear Bill O’Reilly make his comments (I don’t watch his show, as in never), but I can tell you from personal experience that I got jacked up by 28% on my own policy this past February 1st. It went up in the mid-20% range each of the two prior years, too. Because of the compounding effect, my rates have slightly more than doubled since Obamacare became law on March 23, 2010. A great portion of my increases are directly attributable to the “Affordable” Care Act. Mr. Obama promised that for those who already had insurance — individually or through an employer — they would see their rates go down by about $200 a month for a family of four. I’m a family of one, and since the law was passed, by rates have gone UP by $200 a month. The cost of insurance — individual or group — has skyrocketed since the law was passed.

          A few of the little things, like letting kids stay on the parent’s policy to age 26 are nice I guess, but we didn’t need a 2,000 page law to do that.

          You wrote: “Another thing you mentioned is that it was crafted by Demos and in some parts Obamacare is not that good. At least President Obama came up with the idea that all Americans should have insurance – just in case they are hit with medical costs.”

          First of all, the “idea” of universal health care for US citizens was bantered about even before Obama was born (1961). For example, Harry Truman brought up the issue when he was President. Medicare was the first step in the grand plan (1965, Lyndon Johnson), then Medicaid (1967, Johnson). Later, Medicare expanded to include kidney dialysis/transplants for all ages (1972, Nixon) and also all ages with disabilities (1972, Nixon). The State Child Health Insurance Program expanded Medicaid to include most children who did not already have insurance somewhere else (1997, Clinton with agreement from a Newt Gingrich led House). Drug coverage was added to Medicare in 2006 (Bush). And don’t forget, Hilary tried to push universal coverage back in 1993. For sure, universal health care wasn’t an idea that Obama came up with; rather, Obama is just one more in a long line of socialists who have been promoting the idea.

          You said: “With hospitals that don’t accept certain people, Demos will fix that to ensure nobody is discriminated. Access to medical treatment should be a civil right.”

          Actually, this issue was addressed in the original Medicare law that took effect back in 1965 (the year after the Civil Rights Act that we talk so much about still today). In order for a hospital to be eligible to get paid any money from Medicare, it must agree to see patients without regard to race/ethnicity. Yes, there was a time that black folks were turned away from some (not all) hospitals; but seriously now, that practice ended almost 50 years ago. The argument about access to care based on race is a very worn out argument, and it is time to leave that one to the history books — it simply is not true today.

          Now I will tell you this (as I mentioned in an earlier post): Enrollment in a state’s Medicaid program will, factually, limit a person’s choice of hospitals. Most states have subcontracted their Medicaid programs to “managed care” companies (Wellcare, Coventry, Passport, etc) who in turn have contracted with certain hospitals to provide treatment for their patients. By law, if a Medicaid patient shows up at a non-contracted hospital, the patient must be turned away; it is illegal for the hospital to give treatment to that patient except in the most extreme of emergencies. So the people at John Hopkins (where Ben Carson works) are not permitted to see any Medicaid patient from outside the state of Maryland (a disproportionate number of whom are black). Say thank you to Obamacare for that one.

          You said: “Please look at NY Times magazine today – hilarious.”

          It might be . . . I don’t really know what you are specifically referring to.

          • HuffPost says today: “The Affordable Care Act is the first federal law to provide protection against discrimination in health care.”

            How do you like that? Now Right-wingers, after whining about Obamacare, recognize the accomplishment of Obamacare. Of course there are areas to be tweaked. But now Blacks and poor Whites can be guaranteed treatment and avoid bankruptcy after treatment. Healthy America is before us now.

    • You wrote: ” Huff Post says today: ‘The Affordable Care Act is the first federal law to provide protection against discrimination in health care.’

      How do you like that? Now Right-wingers, after whining about Obamacare, recognize the accomplishment of Obamacare. Of course there are areas to be tweaked. But now Blacks and poor Whites can be guaranteed treatment and avoid bankruptcy after treatment. Healthy America is before us now. ”

      My response: Huffy Post says a lot of things. It is the National Enquirer of the internet, and its journalistic integrity is very poor. Quite often, glaring errors are contained in its articles, and they will take a press release from some political source, and run with it, never fact-checking it. Also, their editorial bias is very much left-wing. I think you meant it as an example of a right wing source, but it isn’t.

      As I previously noted, discrimination in healthcare delivery was effectively ended in 1965, as any medical provider that treated any Medicare patient was required to end any race-based discrimination that may have existed. Since people over 1965 are the biggest consumers of healthcare, providers were either forced to close their business, or see people of all races.

      You want to believe that racism is running wild in the streets and the KKK is a major force in the nation’s politics. If it were 60 years ago, you might be correct. But that was then. Today, those things are mere history — not to be forgotten, but also not to be relived as if it is reality in present-day America.

      • What did you say -“You want to believe that racism is running wild in the streets and the KKK is a major force in the nation’s politics – If it were 60 years ago, you might be correct. But that was then. Today, those things are mere history — not to be forgotten, but also not to be relived as if it is reality in present-day America.” Really! I don’t know if you have read my own personal experience as documentation Racism is still alive-please don’t cry. There is now reverse discrimination. Blacks are now beating Whites in written exams- unheard of in 50s and 60s. I competed for Wisconsin state job promotional exam. The position supervised 6 people- all Whites. 200 people took the exam. I was the only Black taking the exam. Because of my formal education, I knew the subject. I scored the highest score or ranked No. 1 on the exam. I went to see the supervisor –who happened to be a White female. I asked her to promote me. The first she said: “You have to rank highest for this position.” I showed her my exam slip. She could not believe it. She said: “You know the State is not ready for Blacks to supervise Whites in technical positions. We are going to fight this. This is not happening.” She left me in her office and went to see the state lawyer. I left he office and went to see Affirmative Action officer, a fellow Black guy. I asked him to make sure I got the job. As the supervisor, the first thing he asked was: “What was your rank?” And before I responded, he said. “You have to accept the reality – You cannot beat these people. They are smarter than us.” This AAO was raised to believe he was genetically intellectually inferior to Whites. Then I showed him my exam result slip. He could not believe it. I could see him sweating. He took his phone and called his father – telling him he had misled him about Black people. Anyway, the supervisor refused to hire me. Believing of protection in federal court, I sued the State of Wisconsin. The case went to trial. Hon. Judge Barbara Crabb, a white female, was the hearing judge. Like my supervisor and AAO, the first thing Judge Crabb asked was this: “What was your score and ranking?” I told her I ranked No. 1 or highest. She could not believe it. Angry to hear a Black man had beaten 200 Whites on written exam, Judge Crabb dismissed the case and ordered me not to talk any more. “You can appeal if you want.” She said. I appealed to the 7th Circuit. The judges there, Republican appointed, instead of reviewing my case, they banned me from filing lawsuits in federal district court. They could not believe a Black person had beaten Whites in written exam. The case is now in the US Supreme Court. Just remember what our President is going through. Racists cannot tolerate the Commander-in Chief is now an African-American. Erick Holder was mad yesterday. He almost lost his cool during Repub sponsored hearing. He sensed they were treating him as a Black man. And here you’re saying racism is over! Any rebuttal!

        • Your personal story is almost unbelievable. No really, I have a hard time believing it. Not the part about your scoring the highest on the exam, but the rest of it. Here in Kentucky, the government’s AA programs will take minimally qualified black folks, and give them jobs over truly better-qualified white folks, just so the black folks can have more representation in certain job categories. And the federal courts have likewise been very accommodating to discrimination cases, even when the facts of the case aren’t as clear-cut as yours. What’s the name/docket number of the case, I’d love to look it up and see what the court’s rationale was.

          • US SUPREME COURT DOCKET NO: 13-9592:

            A. CITATIONS OF THE OFFICIAL ORDER
            The following were the only Orders from the 7th Circuit:
            1. USCA 7th Circuit Pro Se Clerk letter giving reason why Balele’s appeal was rejected. (appendix 1)
            2. Balele’s appeal documents sent to USCA 7th Circuit but returned with stamp ‘RECEIVED AND RETURNED UNFILED.” (Appendix 2).

            B. JURISDICTION STATEMENT
            On February 25, 2014 the USDC for the Western District of Wisconsin passed a judgment adverse to Petitioner. Balele v. PDQ Case No. 13-CV-171. (Appendix 3)
            On March 1, 2014 Petitioner filed a timely appeal in the 7th Circuit and mailed copies to the District Court and Respondent. (Appendix 2)
            On March 5, 2014 the USCA 7th Circuit refused to accept jurisdiction of Balele’s timely appeal and returned all documents to him with a stamp “RECEIVED AND RETURNED UNFLIED. (Appendix 2).
            This Petition is therefore timely filed today March 18, 2014. Therefore the Supreme Court has jurisdiction. Rule 13 (1).
            C. STATUTORY PROVISION CONFERRING THE SUPREME COURT JURISDICTION FOR WRIT MANDAMUS ON THE USCA 7TH.

            1. 28 U. S. C. § 1651(a)
            2. As provided under Rule 10 (1); 20.3. (a), Petitioner is asking for exercise of the Supreme Court’s supervisory power to order the USCA 7th Circuit to accept jurisdiction and review Petitioner’s appeal-USDC Case Pastori M. Balele vs PDQ Case No. 13-CV-0171. The 7th Circuit refused to accept jurisdiction to review Balele’s case. (Appendix 1 and 2).
            D. THE STATUTES INVOLVED IN THE CASE.

            28 U. S. C. § 1651(a)
            28 U.S. Code § 1295(a) (1).
            28 USC Sec. 1441(a)
            28 USC Sec. 1441(2)
            Wis. Stats. Section 893.42

            E. STATEMENT OF THE CASE SETTING OUT THE FACTS

            It is hoped the Justices will be patient to understand the whole story. The Petitioner is not a lawyer. The issues here are unique for they could occur only in the 50s and 60s when Blacks were bullied by government officials and nothing would be done to the bullies. The issues here have racism overtone.
            1. Background Incident. The incident that precipitated the present petition originates from a 1994 incident when Balele ranked highest on a Wisconsin State job written exam. After getting his exam result slip (Appendix 4), Balele went and asked the state hiring official, a White woman, to hire him as she had done with all others who had ranked highest. At that time people who ranked highest in such position exams were all Whites. The hiring official refused to hire Balele. She said the State of Wisconsin was not ready to have Blacks to supervise Whites in technical positions.
            Believing the federal judicial system worked, Balele sued the State in USDC-Western District of Wisconsin. Hon. Judge Barbara Crabb presided over the case. Hon. Judge Crabb could not believe a Black person, Balele, had beaten Whites in a written state job exam. This was despite the attorney representing the State, David Rice a White male, told Hon. Judge Crabb on truthfulness of Balele ranking highest. Appearing angry and not believing David Rice, Judge Barbara Crabb dismissed Balele’s case.
            Balele appealed to the 7th Circuit. The Circuit judges were upset a Black person had beaten Whites in a state written exam. Instead of reviewing his case, the 7th Circuit Judges: Hon. William J. Bauer, John L. Coffey and Ilana Diamond Rovner, all White Republican appointees, ordered all federal district courts not to accept Balele’s lawsuits. (Appendix 5 page 1). After the 7th Circuit order, Balele wouldn’t dare file lawsuits in federal courts. The 7th Circuit order was in 1997 when nobody would guess this Country would have one day a racial minority as President of the United States
            2. The Present Petition Issue. On November 7, 2012, that is a day after Presidential election, Balele was fired by PDQ, a gas station chain owned by all-White people. Remembering not allowed filing lawsuits in federal courts; Balele filed a Title VII lawsuit in Wisconsin Dane County Circuit Court. Balele v. PDQ Case No. 13CV0616. However, PDQ removed the case to the USDC-Western District of Wisconsin. (Appendix 6 page 1-2). Pastori M. Balele v. PDQ Case No. 13-CV-171. This is the case that triggered the Petition now.
            Upon receipt of the case, the district court discovered the USCA 7th Circuit had ordered all federal district courts not to accept Balele’s lawsuits. (Appendix 5). In its attempt to comply with the 1997-7th Circuit 1997 order, which was then unenforceable in Wisconsin per Wis. Stats. §893.42, the USDC crafted a special court procedure. (Appendix 6 page 1-3). It prohibited Balele from filing new papers such as motions and amendments. (Appendix page 6 pages 1-3). The District Court allowed Balele only to respond to PDQ’s or Respondent’s motions. (Appendix 6 pages 2-3).
            Balele objected. He filed motion asking the USDC to return the case to Wisconsin circuit courts. (Appendix 6, page 2-3). Hon. Judge Crabb refused. (Appendix 6 page 5).
            As allowed, PDQ filed motion for summary judgment. The district court quickly granted PDQ’s motion. (Appendix 3). This is not at issue now.
            On March 1, 2014 Balele timely filed his appeal-giving one copy to the District Court, PDQ and original to the 7th Circuit (Appendix 2).
            However on March 5, 2014 the USCA 7th Circuit returned Balele’s appeal documents with a stamp “RECEIVED AND RETURNED BUT UNFILED”. (Appendix 2). The USCA 7th Pro Se clerk wrote a letter, Appendix 1, saying that he was returning Balele’s appeal because he had not complied with its 1997 order in Pastori M. Balele v. Paul Barnet Case No. 95-C-0679-S. (Appendix 1 and 5). In Wisconsin, court orders not renewed after 6 years are unenforceable. Wis. Stats. §893.42. The order was more than 17 years old. The State of Wisconsin had ignored to renew it before it died.
            F. REASONS FOR GRANTING THE PETITION
            There is no other tribunal with jurisdiction to review Balele’s appeal. Balele’s case was heard in the US District court which passed judgment. The judgment happened to be adverse to Balele’s lawsuit. Balele as a matter of right timely appealed the judgment to the 7th Circuit. The 7th Circuit returned Balele appeal with a stamp “RECEIVED BY RETURNED UNFILED.” Balele has searched all legal documents and found no other tribunal has jurisdiction to review his appeal. USCA for the 7th Circuit is the only court authorized and has jurisdiction to review Balele’s appeal. Therefore the Supreme Court should order the 7th Circuit to accept jurisdiction and review Balele’s appeal as a matter of Balele right. Rule 20(2); 28 U. S. C. § 1651(a).
            Further the Supreme Court supervisory power will give notice to Circuit Courts not to decline jurisdiction or punish litigants for misbehavior of district court judges that disobey higher court orders. In this case the USDC-Western District of Wisconsin accepted petitioner’s lawsuit when it knew it had been prohibited from doing so by the 7th Circuit. (Appendix 5; 6 page 1-2).
            G. CONCLUSION
            Given the Power of the Supreme Court under 28 U. S. C. § 1651(a)and following Rule 20.3 (a), Petitioner is asking the US Supreme Court to Order the 7th Circuit to accept jurisdiction and review Balele’s appeal as a matter of right.
            Dated this day of April 3, 2014.

  3. You made one truly ignorant comment. You simply made a list of black men who don't embrace the Democrat line (except for Manning and Carson, all are principally known for being involved in Republican politics, and Carson has become politically involved over the past few years). If you don't like their opinions/politics, that's understandable. Yet you are cheap lowlife bastard to stoop so low as to suggest these highly accomplished and successful men are in favor of slavery.

  4. There is a way to obfuscate and lie with facts. The fact that Mr. Gates is discussing slavery but does not define they type of slavery that evolved in the 15th century says much about himself as a scholar of history. I would put him in the same category as Ben Carson, et al. Mr. Gates misleads the people by his omission. In the first place, Africa being an advanced civilization to other civilizations at the time, had a system of labor which was slavery but not CHATTEL slavery which was developed by the Europeans in their conquest of Africa and expansion into the Western world. Even the Bible demonstrates how slavery worked where you could obtain social and economic mobility once you served your time. See the case of Moses. However, in the world of Herman Cain, et al, one must accept chattel slavery in perpetuity. What do you think minimum wage jobs and student debts are about? There is no excuse for the ignorance demonstrated by these men, worst of all "Professor" Gates.

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