Reply to morons who claim Lincoln was a tyrant

The Taliban are group of thugs who spout religion as the basis of their actions.   They claim they just do the will of God.  They want you to believe it  just so happens they get power prestige and total control of the women -- as a result.  Anyone who resists the Taliban are executed -- often in gruesome ways.

 Which is a lot like  Confederacy. The Confederates were a group of violent men who regularly beat anyone who resisted, and executed anyone who rebelled.

But Confederates did things the Taliban would not do.  They sold children routinely -- in fact, selling children made more money for slave owners like Lee, Davis and other Confederate leaders, than anything else.  

Confederate leaders bragged that  their new nation "was founded on the great moral truth"  that "Almighty God"  ordained the white man to enslave the black race.

Richmond Enquirer
Saturday Morning, March 23, 1861
The True Issue
The issue to be decided by the people of Virginia is clearly stated in the following resolution, adopted by public meeting in the county of Dinwiddie: (The full proceedings will be found in another column.) “Resolved, 1st. The old Union being irreparably dissolved, there is no option left us, (the people of Virginia,) save to unite our destinies with our sister Southern States—or, to remain a useless appendage to the Northern Confederacy—the latter alternative being utterly repugnant to ALL TRUE SOUTHERN MEN.” Here is a noble platform for the Resistance Party of Virginia......

The ultimatum of the seceded States is left in no uncertainty; it is to be found in the solemn action of the Montgomery Constitution and may be analyzed as follows:
  1. That African slavery in the Territories shall be recognized and protected by Congress and the Territorial Legislatures.

Note -- this demand to spread slavery into "the territories" meant Kansas and all the West. This despite the fact, Kansas had weekes before been accepted as a free state by Congress, and that Kansas whites had voted 90% against slavery and fought a fierce war against the paid killers sent to Kansas under authority of Jefferson Davis, then Secretary of War, and the "General of Law and Order" in Kansas, US Senator David Rice Atchison.

The south was loud, proud, and clear -- at the time. They demanded the SPREAD of slavery and called it "THE TRUE ISSUE".

No one was surprised in the slightest -- this had been their demand for the last 8 years, including the killers Southern leaders sent to Kansas. It's only a surprise to anyone today, because we are not taught the maniacal, violent, insane passion of Southern leaders, especially Jeff Davis, to spread slavery, at any cost. While Davis spoke in Orwellian terms -- he could define liberty as the right to own slaves -- others were more blunt, including the killers in Kansas.


How dare the North call slavery a sin, Davis and other Confederate leaders declared.  Davis said in Boston, in the same month LIncoln spoke in Peoria, that the North should not tell the South that slavery was a sin -- the bible said otherwise.

 South Carolina was so offended that someone in the North said slavery was a sin, that they mentioned in their official Declaration of Secession that the North was making a "religious error".  Just allowing societies to form against slavery -- and writing against slavery in the North -- was too much,.

Southern states already made it a crime to speak, write, or even own a book against slavery.  As time went on, they hate that people in the North were even allowed to speak against slavery -- did you know that or not?

Southern Congressmen, officially, requested the North arrest anyone who wrote things IN THE NORTH against slavery.  That might end up in the South and cause slave riots, they said.   They wanted the writers arrested and given to the South for punishment.

You can't make this shit up, they were fucking nuts. 

As Alexander Stephens admitted years later -- much of what he saw going on in the name of God, to black women, "was disgusting".   No doubt  meant the rape of slaves, and selling of children.     He did not mean slavery itself - he was a major advocate of slavery. 

So who were the tyrants? The slave rapers and child sellers?  Or the man who stood up to them?

Lincoln stood up to the tyrants.  He eventually kicked their ass and their decendants and apologists  are crying bout it to this day.

 Lincon would not let slavery spread -- the Republican party's main goal was to first stop the spread of slavery. 

The South was furious that Lincoln was elected, and just as they had threatened all during the campaign of 1860,  they used violence to secede.    Lincoln told them not to use violence -- but they did.

Of course they used violence -- they were violent thugs. They got their power from violence - they got slaves, and kept slaves, and sold slaves, by violence.     Violence was their real religion -- it's what they really believed in.

In fact, much of what the South in 1860 was like the Taliban speaking today.  It was "God's will" and anyone who resisted God's will had to be attacked.   Slaves who dared to rebel were executed in gruesome violent ways - beheadings even, just like the Taliban.

Then the men who had burned, raped, beheaded, beaten, hung and tortured the slaves would pray to God and defend his actions on the basis of the Bible.

Who spoke more about the will of God ---- the Taliban or the Slave rapers and child sellers? It's a toss up. 

dfdLincoln was dealing with Confederate insanity. Confederate leaders were threatening to kill the slaves -- literally execute them -- if they had to free them. Davis said this several times -- so did other Confederate leaders -- KILL the slaves. Davis was enraged when he found out about Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation, so much so that in response, he said slaves would have to be "exterminated".

Funny - you don't hear the South tell about their own leaders talking bout exterminating the slaves if they had to free them.

LIncoln was trying to do anything to blunt the genocidal threat to kill the slaves. He did talk bout colonization -- but he was for freeing the slaves regardless if there were provisions for their deportation or not.

Did you notice that Lincoln freed the slaves WITHOUT a word about colonization? Including the EP,and the 13th Amendment.

For you lunatics that my not know, Lincoln not only did the EP- he was PERSONALLY responsible for getting the 13th Amendment passed in the House. It had to pass the House and Senate first - and it was hopelessly stuck. LIncoln personally got it unstuck. Notice Lincoln made sure the blacks were free in the South first,and that the Southern Army were already running, the leaders were hiding, before he pushed the 13th through.

Who spoke about exterminating the slaves? Davis. Who freed them? Lincoln. Who kicked the Confederate's slave raping ass? Lincoln.

The South were Taliban like violent thugs who got their asses kicked, and have been crying bout it for 150 years

Posted by: Mark Douglas
October 30, 2009 at 21:40

States rights my ass. The south hated - detested -- states rights when it meant less slave profit.

First of all - the south ITSELF said why the seceded. And they didnt say states rights. Texas said the North had "advocated the debasing doctrine" of racial equality"

Here is the quote from Texas -- your teacher should have had you memorize this.

Texas Official Declaration of Causes of Secession .February 2, 1861

"We hold as undeniable truths...the African race is inferior - that the servitude of the African race is the revealed will of the Almighty Creator,

"[the North has] proclaimed the debasing doctrine of the equality of all men, --a doctrine in violation of Divine Law.

There are many more "Declaration of Causes" like Texas, all amazing in their Nazi like insanity. Gee - I wonder why the South has hid them for 150 years.

Second -- the South detested states rights. They hated, and prevented, any new state from deciding to have slavery or not. If you lunatics would learn about Dred Scott, you would see the South position was blacks are not human, so states had no rights to decide for slavery or not. Hows that fucking fit with your excuse of states rights?

Plus the lunatic South hated states rights when states wanted to decide how they would handle the issue of blacks accused of being run away slaves, or the CHILD of a run away slaves. According to the luntic slave raping child selling Confederacy, states had no right to decide their OWN trials on things happening in their OWN state.

So no dumb fuck - Confederacy was based on slavery, slave pussy, and slave profit. The States right shit was just fucking excuse - -and an excuse they didnt use at the time/. You dumb fucks dreamed up that excuse years later/

The excuse the South used then wasn't states rights - it was the "will of Almighty God"

But even you dumb fucks don't buy that shit bout slavery being the will of God. People believed it then, but not now. SO you dumb fucks dreamed up a different excuse/

Its all bullshit. The simple truth is, Confederacy was based on exactly what the leaders said it was -- SLAVERY/ That meant slave rape, slave beating, selling children.

From the Horses Mouth -- Southern states Declaration of Secession

TBC --

Picture of Jeff  Davis on his wedding day.   IF that isnt an evil fuck -- none ever existed.