Who is Really to blame for Slavery and Indian Extinction in America?

I recently read Dinesh D’Souza’s book The Big Lie. Now I am going through it and giving you some of the highlights. In this blog we will show how Hitler was inspired by American racism and Indian removal. Then we will show the atrocities of Andrew Jackson and the Democrats, and how they have lied about it.

  • Hitler found an important historical precedent for his plan to exterminate the Jews from the USA. In the Nineteenth century, Hitler knew that the white man removed most of the Indians through policies of treaty breaking, war, and forcibly relocating them.
  • Hitlers program for the Jews in Europe, was inspired by nineteenth-century policies and practices of the Democratic Party in America. His concept of concentration camps as well as the practicality of genocide owed much to his studies of English and United States history.
  • The Left now loves to portray Hitler as a right-winger, but you must notice how he has always allied himself completely with the pro-slavery and Indian removal policies of the Democrat Party. Clearly Hitler would be far more at home with Democrat President Andrew Jackson or Democrat Senator John Calhoun than he would Abraham Lincoln or any other Republican.
  • The West nor America is guilty of genocide; rather, Andrew Jackson and the Democrat Party are. Republicans were always against slavery.
  • Jackson declared himself a partisan of the Indians in much the same manner that he and his fellow Democratic slave-owners professed to be concerned… For a friend of the Indians, Jackson seemed remarkably adept at killing them.
  • Democratic Governor Peter Burnett did not hesitate to call it [the Indian war] a “war of extermination” that “must continue to be waged between the races until the Indian becomes extinct.”
  • Recently, scholars have found evidence that the Indian Health Service (IHS) carried out a longtime strategy of sterilizing native Indian women… In a recent study, Jane Lawrence estimates that 25 percent of all Indian women between the ages of fifteen and forty-four were sterilized by the IHS in the 1970s.
  • The way Democrat masters treated the slaves was unthinkable. In most southern states, extreme forms of mutilation and wounding were prohibited; but slave-owners did have de facto power because they could always claim the slave resisted authority or make up some other excuse, and courts could be counted on to take their word for it. With whippings and other punishments, Democrat masters had unchecked authority.
  • In cases of slave runaways, Andrew Jackson once offered a fifty-dollar reward for the capture of any runaway on his slave plantation “and ten dollars extra for every hundred lashes any person will give him to the amount of three hundred.”
  • Although slavery ended in 1865, it lasted more than 200 years, and it had its widest scope during the era of Democratic supremacy in the South from the 1820s through the 1860s.
  • Who can deny that blacks are still living with the effects of what the Democrats did to them? The progress we have made in eradicating concentration camps and slavery is hardly complete. The Democratic slave-owners legacy in America still leaves its ugly scars on the lives of many African Americans.

Jesus and the Pharisees—and Trump: Study #3

This is our third study on this topic. Please click HERE for an intro to this study.
We will begin our study for this post in Matthew 9:32-34

Matt 9:32-34

As they were going out, “a mute, demon-possessed man was brought to Him. 33 And when the demon was driven out, the man who had been mute spoke. The crowd was amazed and said, “Nothing like this has ever been seen in Israel.”

34 But the Pharisees said, “It is by the prince of demons that he drives out demons.”

Observations

What happened to the man was clear and undeniable. Jesus drove a demon out of the man and he was healed. He could speak. And the crowd was amazed at what happened.

But what was puzzling is the response by the “righteous” Pharisees. They said that the reason he was able to cast out demons was because he called on “the prince of demons.” (the devil).

First of all, that makes no sense. Why would the devil want his demons to be cast out? His kingdom would not stand if he went about casting out his own forces (read what Jesus said in Matthew 12:25-30).

I think the real reason the Pharisees said what they said was because they hated Jesus and they were jealous of what he was able to do. So, they had to say something to discredit him.

Applications

This text reminds me of the former U.S. administration, with Donald Trump as President. He did so many good things for the country and yet the media and the Democrats were so jealous of him and hated him. And it didn’t matter what he did, they always found a way to discredit him. I have heard many times that he could have found a cure for cancer and they would have found a way to discredit it, or give the credit to someone else.

I think we see so much of the Pharisees in the Democrat party and the Democrat media. Watch how they act: so self-righteous; and Nancy Pelosi, how she was praying for everyone. But also notice how she could not give President Trump praise for anything, and publicly tore up President Trump’s State of the Union Speech.