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"Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world." - Nelson Mandela

Communists Seize Power in America

By Carole Hornsby Haynes   January 22, 2021

After a 100-year slow march through the institutions, the Comintern and American communists have seized power in America. On January 20, 2021 Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, who lost the 2020 presidential election, were illegitimately sworn in as “President” and “Vice President.”

Trump’s Farewell Speech and the Enduring Movement

He Sparked

By Carole Hornsby Haynes January 20, 2021  Originally published at American Thinker

The radical left and treacherous Republicans are giddy over their success in getting rid of Donald Trump with their fraudulent overthrow of his landslide election and tarnishing his legacy with unwarranted blame for the Capitol breach. Now they are turning their satanic wrath on the personal destruction of Trump’s nearly 74 million supporters.

The Link Between Donald Trump and George

Washington

By Carole Hornsby Haynes December 27, 2020 Originally published at American Thinker

The parallels of people and events of 244 years ago are eerily similar to those of today. By December 1776, the once giddy prospects of American colonists winning their independence from England had grown dim. In December 2020, the prospect of America remaining a free nation hangs in the balance.

Remembering Walter E. Williams, Confederate Patriot

By Carole Hornsby Haynes, December 7, 2020

The legendary “freedom fighter,” brilliant economist, and long time columnist, Walter E. Williams died on December 2 at the age of 84. Brilliant, witty, and incisive, he was one of the most influential conservative thinkers of our time.

Professor Williams showed early in life that he would march to his own drumbeat when, after being drafted, he was “kicked out of the U.S. Armynot dishonorably discharged –for being too much of a smartass and independent thinker”

Why Does the Left Want to Cancel Our Culture?

By Carole Hornsby Haynes December 3, 2020

Despite public anger over our history being wiped out, lawmakers from both parties continue to dismantle our nation’s culture to appease the woke crowd. Allowing it to continue unchecked has America teetering on the edge of a cliff overlooking Hell. Changing the culture is a critical step for changing a nation’s government and laws. Jon Francis, Cisco businessman, states it well: “Keep in mind that politics is downstream from culture. If we allow them to change the culture, you must know that politics and law will follow.”

Why Are Chinese Schools Open and American Schools

Closed?

By Carole Hornsby Haynes November 29, 2020

In China, public schools are open for K-12 students who are are learning in-person while many American schools are closed, despite the science that shows students and teachers are not infecting each other. American teacher unions are the most vociferous of voices to continue the shutdown of publicly funded schools.

The American Pilgrims’ Disastrous Experiment in Socialism

By Carole Hornsby Haynes November 24, 2020

Four hundred years ago this month, a group of devout but daring Pilgrims crossed the Atlantic to the New World to escape religious persecution and the repression of the English government.

Mayflower Compact Day: The Foundation of American Liberty

By Carole Hornsby Haynes November 11, 2020

It was 400 years ago today, November 11, 1620, that 41 Pilgrims signed the Mayflower Compact on board the Mayflower as it lay anchored in the harbor of what is now Provincetown. With the change in the calendar in 1752, the date now corresponds to November 21.

The ‘Northern War of Aggression’ Against the South Rages On With Biden’s Policies

By Carole Hornsby Haynes November 5, 2020   Education Views

Since the founding of our nation, the South has been exploited economically by Northern liberals. That pattern continues with Joe Biden’s economic policies that are a “de facto war against the high-growth red states of the South and the Sunbelt.”

The Alamo, American Historical Landmarks Under U.N. Control

By Carole Hornsby Haynes October 22, 2020

In 2015 five Spanish Colonial Missions including the Alamo, “Cradle of Texas Liberty,” were designated a World Heritage Site with the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).

The designation decision was made without the consent of Texans. In an end-run around Texans, the National Park Service obligated Texans’ time, property rights and money to something over which they have no say.

Cancel Public Education, Not Christopher Columbus

By Carole Hornsby Haynes, Ph.D. October 12, 2020

The attacks on our culture continue on this federal holiday that honors Christopher Columbus. Dozens of cities and states have stopped celebrating Columbus Day and some have even replaced it with Indigenous People's Day.

Texas Republicans Support Biden With More Jihadi Training Camps

By Carole Hornsby Haynes, Ph.D. September 30, 2020

In his speech at the summit organized by Emgage, the Muslim American political action committee, Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden said, "I wish we taught more in our schools about the Islamic faith.” He blamed President Trump for “an unconscionable rise in Islamophobia.”

Emancipation Proclamation: Black Lives Matter, 'White Guilt'

By Carole Hornsby Haynes   September 21, 2020

On September 22, 1862, one hundred fifty seven years ago, President Abraham Lincoln signed an executive order that led the way to radical organizations like Black Lives Matter and "white guilt." Effective on January 1, 1863, the Emancipation Proclamation stated:

 

"That on the first day of January in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-three, all persons held as slaves within any State, or designated part of a State, the people whereof shall then be in rebellion against the United States shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free...."

He understood that, under the Constitution, states and not the federal government had control over whether slavery existed in their territory. In his 1861 Inaugural Address he said,

“I have no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the states where it exists. I believe I have no lawful right to do so, and I have no inclination to do so.”

However, nearly two years into the war, Lincoln decided to use slavery as a war tactic and issued the Emancipation Proclamation.

Contrary to what American students are taught, the proclamation did not end slavery, though it hastened its demise. The proclamation did not contain any anti-slavery rhetoric and was not intended for engaging the North in a war to free slaves.

The executive order freed only those slaves in territory controlled by the Confederate States of America – over which the U.S. government had no control. Slavery remained in the territory over which the U.S. government did have jurisdiction – including those in Northern states. Once the proclamation went into effect on January 1, 1863, Lincoln exempted from emancipation slaves in Southern territory that had been conquered by the Union after the issuance of the executive order.

Lincoln’s executive order was not intended to free slaves but for political gain.

First, he believed that freed slaves would rise up in mass rebellion against Southerners. Yet freed blacks did not because they understood the South’s reason for fighting the war was to defend their nation, their homes, and their families against subjugation by the North.Some freed blacks actually fought in the Confederate Army.

Second, Lincoln would free slaves who would then be forced to fight in the Union Army that badly needed more recruits.

Third, Lincoln wanted to provide moral justification for France and Great Britain to ignore the blatant war of aggression against the South and to continue to deal primarily with the North because of their strong economic ties. Even so, the proclamation was excoriated in much of the British press for being precisely what it was.

Fourth, Lincoln needed to pacify the Northern rabid abolitionists of the Republican Party without alienating the slave holding Southern Border States. With the proclamation, he bought some time against the Radical Republicans who wanted to take him out of office but, in the process, he alienated the Border States.

Although most wars are fought over economic and political issues, the aggressor nation is obliged to present a high road moral justification to garner citizen support. President Woodrow Wilson, in his History of the American People, explained the purpose behind the exaggeration of the issue of slavery:

“It was necessary to put the South at a moral disadvantage by transforming the contest from a war waged against states fighting for their independence into a war waged against states fighting for the maintenance and extension of slavery.”

Secular humanist public schools teach students that the South seceded because it wanted to keep slavery while concealing the facts about the Northern economic rape of the South. Yes, slavery was one of the issues that divided the North and South but it did not trigger secession. Economics did. At that time, 95% of the federal revenue came from a tariff on imported goods of which the South provided 83% even though it had only 29% of the nation’s population. Of that tax revenue, four out of every five dollars were used for Northern improvements.

The Emancipation Proclamation served Lincoln’s immediate goals but it did not include abolition. Instead, it served to provide Northern liberals with the perpetual lie that the North fought the war to free slaves.

Civil War historian, Frank Conner, notes that it is Northern secular humanist propagandists, in their zeal to demonize the Christian South, who have made the word “slavery” synonymous with “guilt” and “the white south.” (The South Under Siege, p. 48) And, of course, the latest buzzword of the left – “white supremacist.”

Confederate monuments, intended to be local community memorials to the Confederate dead, are being torn down by Marxist Black Lives Matter protesters who claim they are symbols to traitors who fought to keep slavery in the South and, therefore, are “racist.”

After years of being indoctrinated by secular humanists about slavery and white guilt, students are leaping into the Marxist Black Lives Matter movement to end the “systemic racism” and cancel American culture.Next will come the toppling of our Republic and a totalitarian government with its own constitution.

On this anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation, let us remember that despite Lincoln’s call to “bind up the nation’s wounds,” his executive order his executive order probably triggered the death of tens of thousands more men than would otherwise have occurred and  contributed to the racial hostilities and violence that are tearing our nation asunder.

 

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