Outrage as British School Had Students Act as Slave Buyers at Auction

Rochester Grammar School didn’t get this assignment right. It only works best when the white students put their dark counterparts in loincloths and actually have an auctioneer calling out prices.

Next time, Rochester, do it right!

metro.co.uk

A school has been criticised for telling pupils to pretend to buy slaves, and work out ‘what sort of slave their business would need’.

Year 8 children at Rochester Grammar School in Kent were told to imagine they were buying people at a slave auction.

They were then asked to work out how many slaves they would be able to buy with £100, and how many they would need for their ‘business’.

The worksheet said: ‘Consider what sort of slave your business will need. Examine the characteristics of the slaves in source A.

‘Can you find any that you could use? Focus your bids in the first round on those Lots that you really think would be an advantage.

‘Would a combination of different types be more suitable? The key question to ask is, “What can I buy for my £100?”‘

Then, under the section ‘Lots to be sold today’, it included descriptions such as ‘5 Yoruba boys aged between 9 and 11’ and ‘2 Fanti, 1 male, 1 female. 18 years old. Straight from Africa. Very strong and nimble.’

The project sparked outrage after a photo of the worksheet was posted on social media. It was claimed it was a maths question, although it was later reported to have been a history project.

Writing publicly on Facebook, Cheryl Phoenix said: ‘So this is a maths question at a school in the UK. Hmm, I suppose they feel this is appropriate and there should be no offence taken to black students.

‘Maybe we should “JUST GET OVER IT”. It’s a harmless maths question, with no historical or current feeling attached to any parties???’

And a Twitter user accused the school of ‘trivialising the African slave trade’.

However, the school defended the project.

Rochester Grammar reportedly told the BBC that the exercise follows the Historical Association’s recommendations on teaching historical slavery, and is in line with the Department for Education’s history curriculum.

Like the sign suggests, the darkies enjoyed being slaves. In Africa they would have been slaves, too, but in much worse working conditions.

Be happy with your work!

KKK Rally to Save Confederate Monuments Draws Counterprotest

Washington Post photo by Michael S. Williamson

Diversity is our strength. Except when it’s not, which is always.

30 Klansmen faced off against 1,000 Nogs and lefties yesterday in the small city of Charlottesville, Virginia, protected by 100 police.

The patriotic speakers were drowned out by the leftist mob as they tried to speak.

Still, the fight must go on until victory is achieved. That victory can only be measured as the creation or recreation of an all-white nation.

Excerpt from Washington Post via NOLA

Charlottesville, Virginia — A rally by the Ku Klux Klan and its supporters to protest the Charlottesville city council’s decision to remove a statue honoring Confederate General Robert E. Lee encountered a loud and angry counterprotest Saturday (July 8).

Members of the Loyal White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, which is based in Pelham, North Carolina near the Virginia border, gathered at Justice Park, situated in a quiet, leafy residential neighborhood in downtown Charlottesville. They shouted “white power” and some wore white robes.

About 30 Klansmen were escorted to and from the rally by police in riot gear who were out on a hot day to separate the rally-goers and approximately 1,000 counterprotesters who greeted them with jeers. Attempts by Klan leaders to address the crowd were repeatedly drowned out by boos and chants. Some of the Klan members arrived armed, carrying handguns in holsters at their belts.

The rally was held about a block away from Emancipation Park – the renamed Lee Park – where the statue of Lee astride a horse still stands. Charlottesville police reported that vandals had painted messages in green and red paint on the statue overnight.

More than one hundred officers from the Virginia state police, Albemarle County police and University of Virginia police were prepared to assist Charlottesville police in maintaining order.

After the Klan rally ended, police led several people away in handcuffs after a large group of counterprotesters remained near the vicinity of the park. Police asked those still gathered nearby to disperse. Wearing riot gear and gas masks, the police declared the counterprotesters “an unlawful assembly” and used gas canisters to compel them to leave the area.

Charlottesville, a city of close to 50,000 and home to the prestigious public flagship campus of the University of Virginia, had become increasingly tense as the rally approached. “A CITY ON EDGE” read the front-page headline in the local paper, The Daily Progress, on Saturday.

“I teach about slavery and African-American history and it’s important to face the Klan and to face the demons of our collective history and our original sin of slavery. We do it on behalf of our ancestors who were terrorized by them.”

Though the council voted to remove the statue, a court order has stopped the city from acting on that decision until a hearing next month. Some observers predict a protracted legal battle that would further delay the removal.

In an editorial last month, city councilwoman Kristin Szakos said the council voted to remove the statue and join a “growing group of cities around the nation that have decided that they no longer want to give pride of place to tributes to the Confederate Lost Cause erected in the early part of the 20th century.”

The Klan says the city’s decision to remove the Lee statue is part of a wider effort to get rid of white history.

“They’re trying to erase the white culture right out of the history books,” Klan member James Moore said on Thursday.

Read more at CNN.

White People are Resisting the Obliteration of Confederate Heritage

The foolish among us have no concept of the slippery slope.

Today, the Confederate flag and monuments to Civil War heroes from the South are coming down.

But many of the people who are offended by the very existence of white southerners are also offended by the American flag, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, and many other historic American figures.

Tomorrow, their names will be obliterated from the history books. And so will the rights that those men fought for.

The campaign against the south is rooted in Marxist totalitarianism. Don’t be fooled. Today, a flag is spit on, while the nation silently melts away with only a few patriots protesting its loss.

Fox News

A revived campaign to remove Confederate statues and symbols from government grounds has reignited an impassioned national debate pitting opponents against self-described “patriots” who argue the monuments stand for heritage and not hate.

These tensions were bared over the weekend when defenders of those symbols traveled to Gettysburg, Pa., preparing to face off against rumored anti-Confederate protests.

Those protests never materialized.

But while the Confederate flag remains a deeply offensive symbol to many Americans and a painful reminder of the South’s history of slavery, some — like those who came to Gettysburg — say flying the flag is about preserving heritage and honoring ancestors.

“It makes me want to cry,” Pat Roller of Pasadena, Md., told Fox News in front of the North Carolina monument at Gettysburg National Military Park. “I have ancestry on both sides.”

Roller, who said she takes photos for the Sons of Confederate Veterans, said she doesn’t know why there’s so much uproar over Civil War symbols of the South.

Roller — wearing a white t-shirt with a Confederate flag on it that read “Try burning this. Some things are worth fighting for” — says it makes her “a little angry” that people say Confederate symbols preach racism to kids.

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Watch! Hilarious Racist Commercials Will Leave You in Stitches

Uploaded on Aug 11, 2011

A series of racist commercials made for the TV station ‘Channel Six’ in the 2004 low-budget mockumentary film ‘C.S.A : The Confederate States of America’.

These satirical adverts are meant to portray current social norms in regards to racism in America if the Confederacy had won the American Civil War and continued to institute slavery into the modern day.

Alabama Mayor Wants New Orleans Confederate Monuments

THE SHRINE OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT, HANCEVILLE, ALABAMA.

The small Alabama town of Hanceville wants the Confederate Monuments that New Orleans recently removed in an effort to appease the local Negros.

As a child, I walked the streets of Hanceville for a day or two many summers as we took our annual summer vacation to visit my father’s and mother’s relatives in Alabama, Georgia, and Kentucky. I’ve included a few pictures of Hanceville in this post.

CASTLE SAN MIGUEL, HANCEVILLE.

With an off the beaten path location and few local attractions, Hanceville is a place where you can still buy a home for $50,000 and up in a safe community. You probably won’t make much money there. ALL of my parent’s relatives were poor in dollars, if rich in spirit. It’s a lot easier for white people to be rich in spirit when they live in a town that’s 93 percent white.

With certainty, I can tell you that the monuments would have a good home for many decades to come in Hanceville.

NEW ORLEANS CONFEDERATE MONUMENTS.

Al.com

An Alabama mayor is offering to take Confederate-related monuments recently disassembled in New Orleans.

Hanceville Mayor Kenneth Nail wrote to New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu, asking him to consider donating the monuments for display in Veterans Memorial Park in Hanceville. The town of about 3,250 people is about 40 miles (65 kilometers) north of Birmingham.

HANCEVILLE POLICE AND FIRE INVESTIGATING A FATAL HOUSE FIRE.

Nail tells The Cullman Times he’s heard nothing but positive feedback on the idea from Hanceville residents.

“One of my good friends, who is black, even messaged me on Facebook and told me, ‘Look, some of my ancestors were forced to fight in that war (the Civil War), and I think it’s a good idea to remember these things.’ He told me, ‘I drive a truck, and I’ll even go down there and pick them up if the city needs me to,'” Nail said Saturday.

“We did receive the letter and are in the process of responding,” Landrieu spokesman Tyronne Walker said in an email.

Walker reiterated that New Orleans officials plan soon to issue a formal request for proposals to host the monuments in a more appropriate place than the high-profile spots they once occupied.

“All proposals must state how they will place the statues in context, both in terms of why they were first erected and why the City chose to remove them in 2015,” Walker’s email said.

The monuments taken down by the city included a stone obelisk heralding white supremacy and three statues of Confederate stalwarts: Gen. Robert E. Lee, the Confederacy’s president, Jefferson Davis, and Gen. P.G.T. Beauregard. The city’s request for proposals does not include the Beauregard statue. Its future is murkier because of legal disputes over who owns the property on which it was placed, at the entrance to New Orleans’ City Park.

New Orleans is the most recent Southern city to remove Confederate symbols seen by some as vestiges of racism. The issue has been especially sensitive since Dylann Roof, an avowed white supremacist who posed in photos with the Confederate flag, gunned down nine people at a South Carolina church in 2015. Landrieu proposed that the Confederate statues in New Orleans be removed after those killings.

Nail said he’s only interested in obtaining the monuments if they can be had at little to no cost for his city — and so far, he hasn’t heard back about his letter.

“My view is that it’s an opportunity, a great teaching tool that we could have in our city,” he said. “It’s an opportunity for all of us to reflect on all our struggles, and to celebrate how far we’ve come, while clearly acknowledging that we had those struggles.”

A NEW ORLEANIAN WHO LACKS APPRECIATION FOR HISTORY.

Plantation System in Southern Life (1950 Coronet Instructional Films; American History)

The good old days explained without the egalitarian, cultural Marxist hysteria that would characterize anything produced today.

As our high school history teacher noted, the slaves were happy in their work. Most anti-slavery agitprop was yesteryear’s version of fake news.

Less than 11 minutes.

As Expected, Baptists Second Vote Condemns “White Supremacy”

As reported here yesterday, the Southern Baptists refused to consider a resolution condemning the alt-right, a resolution promoted by a black pastor, the Rev. Dwight McKissic.

As also reported, the evangelical group was expected to take up the issue again after the liberal media pressured them to do so. It was presented by the press as a case of evil whitey oppressing a po ol’ Nigra.

Let’s see what the Southern Baptists passed.

Excerpt from HuffPo

The final resolution, unambiguously titled “On The Anti-Gospel Of Alt-Right White Supremacy,” finally went to the floor for a vote on Wednesday and passed.

The resolution condemned “every form of racism, including alt-right white supremacy, as antithetical to the Gospel of Jesus Christ.” It didn’t mention the curse of Ham, which Duke said would be “redundant.”

McKissic said he was satisfied with the final resolution and hoped it would be a stepping stone for further action on racial justice. But he added that “until the convention repents the curse of Ham by name,” the denomination will continue to be haunted by its racist past.

“The damage was done by taking three votes on something that was a no-brainer,” McKissic said. “What’s the reason they couldn’t so readily say that white supremacy is wrong and the alt-right is evil? Many of us are asking that question.”

Click on the “continue reading” button to see the resolution and to read my brief commentary.

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