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Friday, July 15, 2011

I shouldn't have to do research for you, Anonymous

I recently had some pinhead claiming that my ancestors forced his/her/it's ancestors in to slavery, and somehow owed this person something.  While I absolutely feel slavery was (and is) wrong, I also feel that no one should be held responsible for the acts of their great-great-great grandparents.  Having seen the results of years of family research done by my mother, I can honestly say that NONE of my ancestors ever owned a slave.  That does not mean that none of them wanted to.  I can't really be sure about that.  To the best of my knowledge, none of my ancestors ever owned a Mercedes or a Cadillac, but they may have wanted one.

Most of my ancestors were Southerners.  All of my ancestors were poor.  For the most part, they all farmed.  Instead of using slave labor to help work their fields, they had ten to fourteen children.  Most of my ancestors, including my father, could probably be charged with violating child labor laws, but none of them EVER owned a black slave.

The historical facts are that very few whites in the South actually owned slaves.  The most reasonable historical facts I've seen indicate less than 5% of Southern whites owned slaves.  Conversely, the same historical documents show that of some 380,000 free Negroes in the South, approximately 28% owned slaves.  Ain't that a kick in the head?

I am certain that the pinhead responsible for me writing about this nonsense will not believe me.  I will provide a link to the research, but I'm also sure Anonymous won't believe that, either.  I have discovered over the years that most liberals only believe what they want to believe.  And that is an inconvenient truth.


  1. If you were even close to being as educated as you TRY to sound, you would know we're not Negro's!! We're African-American!! Don't believe it? Come on down to the Dept. Of Social Services with me, and let's see who's more likely to leave there with BENEFITS!!!!

  2. Wow! That is really something to be proud of. You are correct, you aren't a Negro, you're a piece of shit. Get a life, and go google William Ellison, you sorry pile of shit.

  3. Personally I don't think that it is important to make a distinction whether a distant ancestor owned slaves or not. You are not responsible for the behavior of your long dead relatives. Further under certain circumstances though we find it abhorrent today, it was entirely legal for them to own a slave. In 1790 it would have been legal for a New Yorker to own a slave. Incidentally that was true at that time virtually anywhere in the world.

    Further, Africans were not the only ones brought to the United States as slaves. A significant number of Europeans came to America as indentured servants - a form of slavery even though it was technically temporary.

    Lastly, you can't scrub your genealogy far enough back to ensure that your Celtic, Viking, Greek, or Roman ancestors weren't slaves or slave owners. In that regard no specific race has a corner on having been slaves or slave holders. There are records of free blacks in America who in turn owned slaves.

    Anyone who holds a grudge against a body of people because one of their relatives was brought here against their will 200 years ago is (1) A racist bigot, and (2) Stupid.

  4. Tenth,

    I'm pretty sure that Anon is mud's illegitimate half brother.

    Don't pay him any mind. He's an angry person with low self esteem issues and probably has a small pecker.

  5. Tenth,

    On a serious note, the first black slave to arrive in America (Jamestown) was indeed owned by a black man.

    My close friend and neighbor has been researching his slave ancestors and he was the one that told me about this little known fact. He also told me about the black slave owners in both North and South.

    That is an interesting link that you posted.

    Funny how none of this is in our school history books. That would be inconvenient.

  6. Hardnox,

    I don't remember ever hearing about William Ellison during black history month. He's one the blacks should be proud of. Oh wait, he was a self made man, they never like them.

  7. I'll have to agree with Hardnox since some of the bipolar types over at muddy's keep fake profiles so they can act the ass role on other blogs and, post things under 1 profile...and agree with themselves with the other.
    Anonymus is just a PC word for "pussy".

  8. Sepp,

    I wonder if they ever lose an argument with themselves.

  9. Just the fact that they post and, then answer themselves is a sign that a mental disorder has gone undiagnosed for too long.

    Your anonymus "negroid" poster is a prime example.

  10. "...I can honestly say that NONE of my ancestors ever owned a slave."

    Anyone who traces their ancestry back no more than ten generations will find they are related to anyone in the United States.

    The only exception would be if you married within your own family (which would explain a lot).

  11. Jeff, Run off to Mud's site and tell them I was mean to you, you big pussy. How bad do you want your ass beat?

    I am related to a lot of people, but that does not make them my ancestors. Learn to read or shut your fuckin' suck hole.

  12. Sepp,

    I'm pretty sure that Anonymous is Jeff, who may also be Mud. I changed the rules on posting to hopefully get rid of anonymous comments. But all of a sudden Jeff shows back up. That guy is a huge pussy.

  13. Like I told you, multiple fake profiles. I highly doubt that muddy is "Jeff" but, I'm sure you're correct in thinking that "Jeff" is your anon balls, no class and, bi-polar...what a combo.

  14. Sepp,
    You're a hoot. Thanks for the laugh.

  15. Wow! Lots of conspiracy thinking over here. Do you guys thrive on conspiracy-thinking?

  16. Anon,
    there is no such thing as a modern African-American. There is Libyan, Moroccan, Kenyan, Sudanese, Ethiopian......
    If they call themselves by one of those nationalities, then they are that, not American.
    How many "African-Americans" came from Africa? Very few. Almost all were born here, so they are black Americans.
    Oh, and Negro or Negroid IS a proper term. It is one of the scientific classifications of human. The others are Mongoloid (asian) and Caucasian. Those are not derogatory terms, just sub-species classifications.

  17. Crawfish,
    One thing you need to understand is that "rayycism" to a leftnut can mean anything they want it to at any given time or, situation.

    Most often, calling someone a racist is just a liberal escape hatch to an arguement they're losing.

    It's pathetic but, in most cases it's all they have in the arsenal.