Slavery never ended.

Cornelius Carl Veith in Chapter Four of his 1949 book Citadels of Chaos gave a convincing argument on the true reasons of the War against the south, the Civil War, the War Between the States, or whatever you choose to call it. The bankers of the time basically did the same thing that George Soros did to make his billions betting against the English Pound. The same thing that he is doing today betting against the Dollar. The Bank of England, according to Veith,

There was no intent by Lincoln or the “North” to abolish slavery at the onset of the Civil War. Veith writes:

Basically, the Civil War was not fought to free the Negro at all. Slavery was already on its way out. This country was probably the last of the modern countries to eradicate it and the issue would have had to be met anyway. The war was really fought to bring America firmly into the possession of the Rothschilds, famous rulers of international finance. The Northern banks were still able to function as independent units. No small group could yet sit down and dictate the functions of the nation.

It is a little known fact that the wife of Ulysses S. Grant was the daughter of a Southern slave-owner and did not free any of her slaves until the Thirteenth Amendment was adopted in 1865. Southern general Robert E. Lee freed his prior to the Civil War.

Like most, I was trained with the masses and by the Massas into the “proper” causes of the Civil War. That being to abolish slavery. It took some time, and a lot of research, for me to accept that Veith’s work was, at least, fairly accurate. Unlike The Jungle, by Upton Sinclair—that exposed the evils of Capitalism—Veith’s work is rarely on the required reading list at public schools.

After researching, I was not surprised to come across the recent videos that I present here. I am somewhat surprised to learn that there were black patriots serving in the Confederate army. I was surprised to find out that there are still people of color in the south who are proud of their heritage and even support the Confederate battle flag.

This is not to say that I support slavery, nor do the people in these videos. The war was not about slavery, but about the rights of States over the federal government—as promoted by the writers of the Federalist Papers. In essence, the Civil War was the single biggest defeat suffered by the United States. Slavery has not ended. Only the Massas have changed. It culminated in 1913 in the biggest victory that the enemies of the United States could ever hope for: The Federal Reserve System.

So what are we all fighting for? The same thing. Now that slavery is abhorrent to most thinking Americans, we should be joining together to return this nation to the Constitutional Republic promised in the Constitution of the United States of America.

We must all hang together, or assuredly we shall all hang separately.—Benjamin Franklin

(Desert Rose Films)

One commenter on the above documentary claims, “There is movie called “Glory” a true story, but hollywood done, but if you read the historical facts….the union separated white and black soldiers and at the end of the War Union Army would march the Black soldier into certain dealth to use up confederate ammunition and yet in the south they served as soldier, cooks, and labors along side they white counter-parts…..this is often not mention in history”

March 12, 2008:

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