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As the insanity of the Soros funded New World Order sweeps the planet like a plague of locusts devouring everything decent in its wake, we are facing an enemy that is relentless and gaining strength. Not because of its numbers, but because our media and many of our politicians are encouraging it and demanding that we do not fight back.

During the protests 2 years ago, the wave of desecration of our monuments and the vilification of our public figures was an international disgrace.

Abraham Lincoln, Christopher Columbus, James Cook, Queen Victoria, Sir Winston Churchill…. Men and women who did more to bring enlightenment and progress to the world than few have ever done subsequently.

To target these people who did so much is a symptom of the REAL virus that is in our midst: the virus of hatred, destruction and absolute control. 

 

This article focuses on Abraham Lincoln, whose memory has been so sullied by leftist activists. They twist and ignore facts to paint pictures that are distortions of reality. 

In short they tell you what to think, not how to think. 

Lincoln was not a hero to the anti slavery movement as such: his motivation was indeed coloured by his military and political objectives. However, this article is not about the rights and wrongs of his actions - but the rights and wrongs of a society that chooses to worship villains and denounce patriots. A war waged on history itself.

Abraham Lincoln led the Union to free the slaves in the south. As part of his passionate campaign to free the slaves, he appealed to the cotton workers of Lancashire, the home of the cotton mills in northern England. Lincoln reasoned that if the exported cotton from the southern states in America was not processed, the workers of England’s north could hold the key to winning the battle against slavery and the war to unify America.

Cotton from America’s south was shipped to the port of Liverpool and then transported to cities like Manchester, where the massive cotton mills would weave the cotton in to cloth. In 1860, 2,650 cotton mills employed nearly half a million workers in the region. These workers had been fighting their own battle against harsh and inhumane working conditions – it was a no brainer that they would be “ ripe for the picking “ as sympathisers to the slaves in America.

This was not a colour war. It was a war of classes.

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Lincoln created a blockade and, with the support of the workers of Lancashire, the cotton mills closed and many workers were left facing poverty and homelessness. But they were stead fast in their support of emancipation of the slaves of the south.

60 % of Lancashire workers were unemployed.

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On September 22, 1862, five days after Union troops defeated Robert E. Lee’s advance at the Battle of Antietam, Lincoln released the draft Proclamation of Emancipation. 

To be fair, Lincoln's freeing of the slaves in the south was not all altruistic. It was steeped in military strategy. He was primarily concerned about unifying the country and the ending of slavery did have its political benefits. 

 " What matters most here is that Lincoln did not BELIEVE that he had the constitutional authority to end slavery without appealing to military necessity and conventional wisdom at the time did not see the federal government as having any power to end slavery. " - Tom Richey

 

An interesting video about the strategy behind the proclamation.

But back to Britain. The British workers kept up with their support and the ruling classes of Britain became concerned that this American movement was growing and was highlighting their own treatment of the enslaved working class within their own country.

Lincoln thanked the workers for their support by sending ships full of supplies and an American sculptor George G. Barnard created a a six-foot-tall statue of Lincoln that stands in Manchester today.

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To deface memorials to someone like Lincoln - a man who fought so hard to free slaves - shows me that perhaps our education system is no longer about teaching, but about preaching. And that those riots had nothing to do with Equality or Justice - but quite the opposite. 

That he was so supported, at great sacrifice, by the cotton workers of Lancashire is testimony to the magnitude of this remarkable man. 

How have we allowed this ignorance to prosper in our world today? 

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How have we allowed people like George Floyd, who held a gun to a pregnant woman’s belly, trafficked drugs, beat people up and was a drug addict ... how have they become heroes and had statues erected in their honour?

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Our entire value system is absent these days because people have not learned history. Students are too busy learning gender studies or women’s studies or weirdo leftie idiocy studies, or whatever other lunacy study they can come up with.

To rate a thug over a true leader of mankind who cared so much for his fellow Man is so warped that I cannot help but think of the words of Leon Trotsky and say to you rioters, looters, Antifa thugs, ignorant fools who are killing your futures and those of your fellow citizens:

“ You are pitiful isolated individuals; you are bankrupts; your role is played out. Go where you belong from now on – into the dustbin of history! “

Leon Trotsky.

Fancy that? I am quoting Trotsky and I bet he will spit tacks from his grave when he sees that I have stolen his words and applied them to the people he hoped to destroy.

But we, from the common sense and decent side of humanity have our words stolen, twisted and misinterpreted every day.

But no one can misinterpret Abraham Lincoln’s words:

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