MOBILE REPARATIONS OFFENDER ZOA WHITE DEAD, SAVAGE MOBILE WHITES BUY GUNS TO PROTECT PROPERTY GAINED BY FATHERS' CRIMES: Mobile Soldiers Encouraged To Question All Local Whites For Reparations But Reminded Of Devil's Psychotic Violence In Face Of Justice; "If Ye Are Killed In The Commission Of A Protest, 72 Virgins Await Thee," Mobile Soldier Moses Aber-nathy Reminds Soldiers: For Us, Death Is Greater Than Life

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  1. Niko says:

    WHERE’S MY REPARATIONS??

    White Indentured servants and white immigrants did the real work. The greater value of life-time slaves meant that masters often used them sparingly. Given a choice between a white who was to be let go in a year or two and a black who was expected to serve for decades, it always made sense to give the most dangerous, exhausting work to whites. One Briton on Barbados wrote to Cromwell urging him to bring more life-time black slaves to the island because expendable whites were being worked to death.

    Shortly before the War Between the States, the designer of New York’s Central Park, Frederick Law Olmstead, discovered the same priorities during a trip through the South. He found that it was invariably Irish navvies who were hired to drain swamps and dig irrigation ditches—work that malaria and intestinal disease made extremely dangerous. When Olmstead asked why slaves did not do this drudgery, he was told, “It’s dangerous work and a negro’s life is too valuable to be risked at it. If a negro dies it is a considerable loss you know.”

    White Cargo: The Forgotten History of Britain’s White Slaves in America
    By Don Jordan and Michael Walsh
    New York University Press, 2007
    320 pp., $18.95 (soft cover)

  2. Montgomery Soldier says:

    Keep up the good work Great work! We’re researching names of slave owners locally here in Montgomery too.

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