Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Eye-Opening Perspectives for Heroic Hearts

Monday, January 17, 2011

MLK DAY: The 1877 End of Reconstruction was Not Giving In To Southern Sentiments, but Consolidation of Master Racers

Historian Says...."With the North-South Game Over, Hatfields and McCoys Joined Forces Against All Others"

by Winsip Custer CPW News Service

The end of Reconstruction did not signify the abandonment of Southern blacks. The Civil War was never about slavery except for abilitionism's ability to mobilize poor non-Anglo.non-Puritan immigrants to move out of the ghettos of the North to help the North's power elites to secure a Trans-Continental Railroad across the Southern part of the Continent. They would be replaced by cheaper labor of the former slaves. The Civil War was never primarily about the end of slavery but about who would secure the poppy fields of Turkey and Indonesia's Golden Triangle and China's silk trade. Cotton is nice, but ask any modern woman whether she would prefer a dress made of pure cotton or a 50/50 cotton-silk blend.  This was the message of American historian, Zulu Golden Eagle Chisum, on Monday as the African American Indian  historian spoke at the Americans for Purity of Essence Conference in Mobile, Alabama,

"Now American women... white, black, brown and yellow... will gladly buy a shirt, shoes, bras and stockings from ten-cent-an-hour Chinese, Indian or Indonesian workers paid just enough not to starve. Where are Black Americans calling for Reconstruction of the Global Economy?" asked Zulu who had to be escorted away under armed guard on Monday afternoon as the crowd began to shout him down. "A leader doesn't look for consensus," Chisum shouted back. "A leader makes consensus," quoting Martin Luther King.

For an article on Zulu Golden Eagle Chisum's view of the Civil War see....http://winsipcuster.blogspot.com/2010/10/white-stuff-on-road.html

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