In Honor of Black History Month 2017

The Effects Of Slavery Were Meant To Last

Slavers inflicted a corrupt version of the law of Karma (rebirth, cause and effect) upon the slave to induce annihilating fear through terrorism, thereby evoking a subconscious dedication to the will of the European slave holder (so-called master). The objective of this system of extreme cruelty and violent physical, mental and emotional torture was to cement upon the subconscious minds of the slaves a loyal devotion to the European across generations. Thus, all African and other indigenous melanated peoples subjected to the trans-Atlantic slave trade suffer from “Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome” (See video below). As depicted below, slave on slave flogging was a method used to establish mutual hatred within the slave population, later colorism was also employed. The depictions below do not include the atrocities of child rape and murder, female rape with subsequent mulatto child bearing, “buck breaking” homosexual male rape and torture, starvation, sleep deprivation and other “Willie Lynch” type terrorism.

Terrorism: The calculated use of violence (or threat of violence) against people by means of intimidation, coercion or instilling fear; in order to attain goals that are political, religious or ideological in nature.

EXCERPT |  INJURED HUMANITY; BEING A Representation of what the unhappy Children of Africa endure from those who call themselves CHRISTIANS. The respectable and increasing numbers of those, who, from motives of humanity, have concurred in rejecting the produce of West-India slavery, cannot but afford a subject of the sincerest joy to every friend of mankind. Even those who, from motives of interest, still favour or engage in the trade, have been obliged to be silent upon the injustice of first procuring the Negroes, and have not had the hardi-ness to excuse or palliate the horrors of the middle passage: but still they assert, that the treatment the slaves meet with in the West-Indies amply counter-balances their previous sufferings; nay, they have not scrupled to extol a state of servitude as a happy asy-lum from African despotism, and calmly maintain, that the condition of the labouring poor in England is much harder than that of the Negroes in the West-India islands. See a copy of the Injured Humanity broadside here.


Willie Lynch Letter Excerpt


About C. Rae White

I'm a proud 6th generation Detroiter, a creative who loves working with my hands and a fashion fanatic with a thing for shoes, bags and jewelry. I'm a family researcher who loves discovering the details of my ancestors lives. Thanks for stopping by!
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