Wednesday, March 21, 2018

March 22

1794 - The U.S. Congress prohibited the exportation of slaves to and from the United States.

This act was meant to slow down slavery and possibly to solve the problem, and was founded on good intentions, but in actuality it made the institution of American slavery worse...Since slaveholders couldn’t import slaves they had to breed them.

Slavery was never a good thing, but the establishment of the chattel-slavery system took firm hold with the necessity to breed slaves as a means of continuing the system. Along with the increased practice of breeding slaves, the break-up of whole families became the norm as well.

Like many things in human history war was ultimately the answer to the problem, and it took the U.S. Civil War to end the horrible practice of slavery in the U.S...Regardless of what Liberal peacenik bumper stickers claim.

1621 - The Massasoit Indians and Pilgrims agreed on a league of friendship.

If they could go back in history I’m pretty sure the Indians would rethink this decision.

History is filled with cultures who were beaten back by a force they should have obliterated at first site, but instead chose to take in...For similar reasons as the Massasoit, most of our modern cultures will likely be overrun over time as well.

1765 - The Stamp Act was enacted in Britain as the first direct British tax to raise money from the American colonies.

Nice choice. If the Brits hadn’t decided to suck as much money and blood out of the colonists as they could there may never have been an American Revolution...And the U.K. would still be the greatest power on Earth instead of a virtual protectorate of its previous American colonies.

1882 – The Edmund’s Act was passed: Outlawing polygamy in the U.S.

Polygamy is bad, but homosexual marriages are good?  As long as they are consenting adults, why one but not the other?

1903 - Niagara Falls ran dry - due to drought.

Global Warming/Climate Change in 1903?  Before W?  Nah.  It can't be.

1917 - The U.S. became the first country to recognize the Kerensky (Menshevik) Government in Russia.

Menshevik rule was short-lived, and Lenin and the Bolsheviks shortly eliminated their Communist cousins.

1928 - Peasants in the Soviet Union protested food shortages.

A food shortage in the 'Utopian insane asylum?' Come on. I don’t believe it...Incredibly, food shortages became one of Stalin’s favorite means of intimidation - which was followed by starvation induced extermination.

In our current time, the Communist Hell State of North Korea practises the same population control tactic.

1935 - Persia was renamed Iran.

From Media to Persia, to Parthia, to Persia, to Iran...Someday it will be Persia again.

And if these Persians can ever shake off their ayatollah overlords they will likely return to their previous greatness.

1935 - The first High Definition Television service was officially inaugurated by the director-general of German broadcasting in Berlin.

WOW!!! Such brilliance from the minds of those who had recently opened Dachau...Never compare brilliance with goodness!!

1945 - The Arab League was formed in Cairo, by Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria.

The Bedouins were reawakening, and looking to put their imprint on the world, again...OK, lets be real: They were establishing a military alliance for future battles against the evolving Jewish State.

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