Exile all mamzers to Liberia
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PREAMBLE "We, the people of the United States, in order to form a
more perfect Union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common
defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and
our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for
the United States of America."
Blacks are NOT the posterity of our White Christian Israelite Founding Forefathers who
viewed blacks as animals, not people. The US Constitution was NOT writen for them,
and can NEVER apply to them. By asserting that blacks are of their posterity, the
names of men who spilt blood to separate us from blacks are defamed.
LIBERIA ESTABLISHED FOR MAMZERS
Jared Taylor notes that Liberia was
established for the express purpose of exiling 'merican mamzers from the US:
The American Colonization Society was founded to free black slaves
and persuade them to return to Africa. As Henry Clay put it at the society's inaugural
meeting in 1816, its purpose was to "rid our country of a useless and pernicious, if
not dangerous portion of the population." The following prominent Americans were not
just members but served as officers of the society: Andrew Jackson, Daniel Webster,
Stephen Douglas, William Seward, Francis Scott Key, Gen. Winfield Scott, and two Chief
Justices of the Supreme Court, John Marshall and Roger Taney. As for James Monroe, the
capital of Liberia is named Monrovia in gratitude for his help in sending blacks to
ABRAHAM LINCOLN AGREES
Before Lincoln was shot by a Rothschild
emmisary he established a territory in Africa, which was called Liberia, that was set
aside for the ex-patriation of the black race that was then residing in America.
Go where you are treated the best, and the ban is still upon you. I cannot alter
it if I would. See your present condition, the Country engaged in war, our white men
cutting one another's throats, and then consider what we know to be the truth But
for your race among us there would be no war, although many men engaged on either side do
not care for you one way or another. It is better for us both therefore to be
Thomas Jefferson Does Too
"... to take measures for procuring, on the
coast of Africa, an establishment to which the people of color of these States might, from
time to time, be colonized, under the auspices of different governments. Having long ago
made up my mind on this subject, I have no hesitation in saying that have ever thought it
the most desirable measure which could be adopted, for gradually drawing off this part of
our population, most advantageously for themselves as well as for us. Going from a country
possessing all the useful arts, they might be the means of transplanting them among the
inhabitants of Africa, and would thus carry back to the country of their origin, the seeds
of civilization which might render their sojournment and sufferings here a blessing in the
end to that country."
"I proposed to him the establishment of Sierra
Leone, to which a private company in England had already colonized a number of negroes,
and particularly the fugitives from these States during the Revolutionary War; and at the
same time suggested, if this could not be obtained, some of the Portuguese possessions in
South America, as next most desirable. The subsequent Legislature approving these ideas, I
wrote, the ensuing year, 1802, to Mr. King, our Minister in London, to endeavor to
negotiate with the Sierra Leone company a reception of such of these people as might be
You inquire further, whether I
would use my endeavors to procure for such an establishment security against violence from
other powers, and particularly from France? Certainly, I shall be willing to do anything I
can to give it effect and safety. But I am but a private individual, and could only use
endeavors with private individuals; whereas, the National Government can address
themselves at once to those of Europe to obtain the desired security, and will
unquestionably be ready to exert its influence with those nations for an object so
benevolent in itself, and so important to a great portion of its constituents.
"Indeed, nothing is more to be wished than that
the United States would themselves undertake to make such an establishment on the coast of
Africa. Exclusive of motives of humanity, the commercial advantages to be derived from it
might repay all its expenses. But for this, the national mind is not yet prepared."
"This should not, however, discourage the
experiment, nor the early trial of it; and the proposition should be made with all the
prudent cautions and attentions requisite to reconcile it to the interests, the safety and
the prejudices of all parties."
HERITAGE FOUNDATION: NOT EVEN HALF A TRILLION DOLLARS IS
After more than 30 years of federal involvement and the expenditure of more than a half a trillion dollars
of state and federal urban revitalization money, it is becoming increasingly apparent that
this vast array of federal programs not only failed to bring the cities any relief, but
may well have been an important contributing factor in the acceleration of their decline.
The reason for this unintended result is that urban planners and policy makers have
continued to cling to the now-obsolete notion of cities as workplaces and "spending
places," rather than as places to live. As this study will show, technological
changes in the early part of this century undermined the cities' historic economic
dominance, and efforts to restore such dominance have been of very limited success but
often have had a major negative impact on the cities' ability to maintain a livable
NATIONAL ALLIANCE OF GANG INVESTIGATORS: DRUGS, WEAPONS, AND
Drug Trafficking. In 1996, Army medic
Sergeant Gerald Ivey was convicted for recruiting several soldiers to travel to Fort
Bliss, Texas, to pick up marijuana and cocaine and deliver the drugs to him. Ivey repacked
and sent the drugs to Black Gangster Disciples in Gary, Indiana, for distribution. Ivey
was purchasing weapons in Colorado and shipping them to gang members in Gary.
Weapons Dealing. In May 1992 at Fort Ord,
California, gang investigators discovered that Crips and Bloods were attempting to obtain
military weaponry including hand grenades and hand-held rocket launchers
MAMZERS THREATEN THE SECOND AMENDMENT
Gary, Indiana: Violent crime in
Gary, Indiana, is increasing at an alarming rate. Last year, Gary had the highest per
capita murder rate in the United States. BJA provided the city's Violent Crime Task Force
with $112,000 to target, investigate, and prosecute individuals committing violent crimes
with firearms in and around the city. Since the inception of the grant in 1994, 130
firearms have been seized, 98 investigations have been initiated, and 44 arrests have been
also favored colonization. He was the first President ever to invite a delegation of
blacks officially to visit the White House; he held the meeting to ask them to persuade
their people to leave. Even in the midst of a desperate war with the Confederacy, Lincoln
found time to study the problem of black colonization, and to appoint Rev. James Mitchell
as Commissioner of Emigration.
His successor Andrew Johnson felt the same way: "This is a country for white
men," he wrote, "and by God, as long as I am President, it shall be a government
for white men . . . ." James Garfield certainly agreed. Before he became President he
wrote, "[I have] a strong feeling of repugnance when I think of the negro being made
our political equal and I would be glad if they could be colonized, sent to heaven, or got
rid of in any decent way . . . ."
What of 20th century Presidents? Theodore Roosevelt thought blacks were "a perfectly
stupid race," and blamed Southerners for bringing them to America. In 1901 he wrote:
"I have not been able to think out any solution to the terrible problem offered by
the presence of the Negro on this continent . . . he is here and can neither be killed nor
driven away . . . ." As for Indians, he once said, "I don't go so far as to
think that the only good Indians are the dead Indians, but I believe nine out of ten are,
and I shouldn't inquire too closely into the health of the tenth."
Woodrow Wilson was a confirmed segregationist, and as president of Princeton prevented
blacks from enrolling. He enforced segregation in government offices and was supported in
this by Charles Eliot, president of Harvard, who argued that "civilized white
men" could not be expected to work with "barbarous black men." During the
Presidential campaign of 1912, Wilson campaigned to keep Asians out of the country:
"I stand for the national policy of exclusion. . . . We cannot make a homogeneous
population of a people who do not blend with the Caucasian race. . . . Oriental coolieism
will give us another race problem to solve and surely we have had our lesson."
Henry Cabot Lodge took the view that "there is a limit to the capacity of any race
for assimilating and elevating an inferior race, and when you begin to pour in unlimited
numbers of people of alien or lower races of less social efficiency and less moral force,
you are running the most frightful risk that any people can run."
Harry Truman is remembered for integrating the armed services by executive order, but in
his private correspondence was as much a separatist as Jefferson: "I am strongly of
the opinion Negroes ought to be in Africa, yellow men in Asia and white men in Europe and
As recent a President as Dwight Eisenhower argued that although it might be necessary to
grant blacks certain political rights, this did not mean social equality "or that a
Negro should court my daughter." It is only with John Kennedy that we finally find a
President whose public pronouncements on race begin to be acceptable by today's standards
(although he made virtually no effort to end segregation).
I have quoted politicians because they are cautious people who recirculate the bromides of
their times. Mark Twain, who never sought anyone's vote, wrote of the American Indian that
he was "a good, fair, desirable subject for extermination if ever there was
one." Jack London explained that part of the appeal of socialism was that it was
"devised so as to give more strength to these certain kindred favored races so that
they may survive and inherit the earth to the extinction of the lesser, weaker
Samuel Gompers, probably the most famous labor leader in American history, reflected
prevailing views. In 1921 he wrote: "Those who believe in unrestricted immigration
want this country Chinaized. But I firmly believe that there are too many right-thinking
people in our country to permit such an evil." He went on to add, "It must be
clear to every thinking man and woman that while there is hardly a single reason for the
admission of Asiatics, there are hundreds of good and strong reasons for their absolute
The white, European character of the United States was enshrined in law. The first
naturalization bill, passed in 1790, made citizenship available only to "free white
persons." A few localities recognized free blacks as citizens of states, but the
Supreme Court ruled in 1857 that no black, slave or free, could be a citizen of the United
States. Blacks did gain U.S. citizenship under the post-Civil War amendments, but other
races did not. State and federal laws excluded Asians, and in 1914 the Supreme Court
upheld the principle that citizenship could be denied to foreign-born Asians.
The ban on immigration and naturalization of Chinese, established in 1882, continued until
1943. It was only when the United States found itself allied with China in the Second
World War that Congress repealed the Chinese exclusion laws-but not by much. It set an
annual quota of 105 Chinese. Needless to say, it permitted no immigration from Japan.
Until 1965, the United States had a "national origins" immigration policy
designed explicitly to keep the country white.
More on Liberia
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London, England (VBS.TV)
-- In previous episodes of The Vice Guide to Travel, we road-tripped through
North Korea, shopped for dirty bombs in Bulgaria, and hunted mutant wild boars
in Chernobyl. Little did we know that all of our harrowing journeys would leave
us only semi-prepared for a recent trip to war-ravaged, godforsaken Liberia.
Since 1989, a series of brutal civil wars -- primarily fought by
drug-addicted, prepubescent orphans -- has rendered Liberia one of the most
dangerous countries in the world. Everyone has heard the stories of abject
poverty, ubiquitous substance abuse and wanton violence taking place there, but
we don't really believe anything that we don't see for ourselves. So, stomachs
firmly knotted, off we went.
We arrived in Liberia
with a small crew of three and quickly rendezvoused with a local journalist who
would be our fixer and guide. Our first shooting location was the West Point
slum, home to 80,000 people living in conditions that redefine squalor. Miles of
rotting garbage surround the slum, which has no sewage system. Pretty much
everyone -- even the local government officials -- defecates and urinates in the
open. Drugs, prostitution and armed robbery are the main industries. We got to
know some of the residents of West Point, who told us their stories as they
smoked heroin and cocaine and begged us for money.
Next we visited a local brothel. The women who lived there talked with us
about the U.N. soldiers who have sex with the child prostitutes and beat the
older women, and then leave without paying.
Watch episode 2 from the Vice Guide to Liberia on VBS.TV
But perhaps the most revelatory portions of our trip to Liberia came from
meeting the major warlords of the nation's civil wars. There's a tradition in
Liberian militias of taking on extravagant noms de guerre. Hence, our subjects
were named General Bin Laden, General Rambo and General Butt Naked. The latter,
in particular, was one of the most notorious Liberian warlords. He claims to
have personally killed 20,000 people including babies, and to have sometimes
cannibalized his victims.
Today, General Butt Naked goes by his birth name, which is Joshua. During our
time together, he told us that Liberia will surely implode into civil war again
when the U.N. leaves next year. But in the meantime, Joshua wants to redeem
himself. He offered us a glimpse of the Liberia that he wants to forge, and we
found ourselves growing to like him. He took us to his church, where he
rehabilitates child soldiers. We watched as he preached his way through Monrovia
on a Sunday.
Is there a chance that his mission will succeed, and further
civil war can be averted in this desperate country? That's one of the many
questions that we came away with upon our safe return from Liberia. Watch our
documentary about our time there and see what you think.