When Will Race-Baiting Kamala Harris Acknowledge She Is A Descendant Of A Slave Owner?

MiddleGround

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Hey Midnightrider.... simple question that no one seems to want to address.

Why doesn't anyone ever speak about or bring up the fact that 90% of slaves in America, when slavery was predominant, were sold to slave traders by black warlords and slave owners themselves in western and southern Africa? :tap:
 

Midnightrider

Well-Known Member
Hey Midnightrider.... simple question that no one seems to want to address.

Why doesn't anyone ever speak about or bring up the fact that 90% of slaves in America, when slavery was predominant, were sold to slave traders by black warlords and slave owners themselves in western and southern Africa? :tap:
People speak about it all the time, that’s how you know about it. It was, and is, taught in schools. How does that change anything? Does that make her less black?
 

MiddleGround

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People speak about it all the time, that’s how you know about it. It was, and is, taught in schools. How does that change anything? Does that make her less black?
First of all... people DO NOT speak about it all of the time. Lets be honest here.

Second... it does NOT make her any less black. What is does though is identify that the entire slavery issue is much broader than what is often told or 'complained' about. People seeking publicity or 'reperations' for slavery do not like to acknowledge this little fact and that is because there is nothing to GAIN from it. Kind of like when a person buys something from McDonalds and they get sick from it. They don't go after the farmer that raised the cow and sold it to the corporation. They go after the corporation because... well, you know why.
 

Midnightrider

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First of all... people DO NOT speak about it all of the time. Lets be honest here.

Second... it does NOT make her any less black. What is does though is identify that the entire slavery issue is much broader than what is often told or 'complained' about. People seeking publicity or 'reperations' for slavery do not like to acknowledge this little fact and that is because there is nothing to GAIN from it. Kind of like when a person buys something from McDonalds and they get sick from it. They don't go after the farmer that raised the cow and sold it to the corporation. They go after the corporation because... well, you know why.
Because the corporation is the one who wronged them. The farmer didn’t get them sick.

So she is no less black and no less African, and no less the descendant of a slave who was raped by her master. But somehow Gurps and the braintrust here at somd think she needs to admit that She is related to a slave owner.....
 

MiddleGround

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Because the corporation is the one who wronged them. The farmer didn’t get them sick.
How would anyone know that? Maybe the farmer sold a bad cow to the corporation. The point is that no one ever bothers to talk about it or go after them because there is nothing to GAIN in it.

So she is no less black and no less African, and no less the descendant of a slave who was raped by her master. But somehow Gurps and the braintrust here at somd think she needs to admit that She is related to a slave owner.....
I am the descendent of an Irish family who, for quite some time, was 'enslaved' for labor in the western US. Do I have an equal case? What about the Chinese descendents of railroad slave labor? Native Americans for what happened to them? Do you see them on equal ground?
 

This_person

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Because the corporation is the one who wronged them. The farmer didn’t get them sick.

So she is no less black and no less African, and no less the descendant of a slave who was raped by her master. But somehow Gurps and the braintrust here at somd think she needs to admit that She is related to a slave owner.....
Source of the rape claim?
 

Midnightrider

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How would anyone know that? Maybe the farmer sold a bad cow to the corporation. The point is that no one ever bothers to talk about it or go after them because there is nothing to GAIN in it.



I am the descendent of an Irish family who, for quite some time, was 'enslaved' for labor in the western US. Do I have an equal case? What about the Chinese descendents of railroad slave labor? Native Americans for what happened to them? Do you see them on equal ground?
An equal case for what? She claims to be African American and she has African ancestry. In that respect, you have an equal claim to say you are Irish American.

Indentured servitude is different than slavery.
 

MiddleGround

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An equal case for what? She claims to be African American and she has African ancestry. In that respect, you have an equal claim to say you are Irish American.

Indentured servitude is different than slavery.
So, the Chinese who built the railroads, the Irish... they were indentured servants???
 

Hijinx

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Hey Midnightrider.... simple question that no one seems to want to address.

Why doesn't anyone ever speak about or bring up the fact that 90% of slaves in America, when slavery was predominant, were sold to slave traders by black warlords and slave owners themselves in western and southern Africa? :tap:
And were bought there and shipped here by Northern slave buyers and shippers.
 

truby20

Fighting like a girl
I see it differently. My observation is that "progressives" are losing their minds because they see the end of their Socialist wet dream for this country . These latest outbursts are their Hail Mary pass.

When you're hacking up hairballs over an amazing Independence Day celebration and criticizing a President who put it all together and made an absolutely inspiring speech, you've lost.
I've lived in Maryland the majority of my life, I have seen at least 10 4th of July celebrations in DC. They are always amazing and this year the flyover was particularly cool.
 

OmyGawd

Member
An equal case for what? She claims to be African American and she has African ancestry. In that respect, you have an equal claim to say you are Irish American.

Indentured servitude is different than slave

Curious - if she is half Jamaican (father) and half Indian (mother), where does she become African? What percentage African is she? Sounds like Liawatha - very very distantly.
 
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