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    Today, 07:19 PM
    I know there were some black indentured servants, some black slave owners, you are telling me something I already know. What I am saying is that the vast majority of the white slaves were in the indentured servant category and the vast majority of the black workers were in the category of chattle slaves. I will have to look into the legs-spread group along with the term "coffin ship". I will also go in for a check up, I have had a stuff nose all day and yes, just stuff nose and nothing else :)
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    Today, 07:02 PM
    And why is this a reply to my post? The post you replied to was making the point that the Irish servants were indentured servants not slaves. If you want to disprove it, go ahead, I am waiting.
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    Today, 06:18 PM
    Btw, these are the credentials of the author of my article. Liam Hogan Liam Hogan is a librarian and historian based in Limerick City Library. He is a graduate of the University of Limerick and Aberystwyth University and is currently working on his first book, a study of the historical relationship between Limerick and slavery. His special research interests are slavery, the politics of memory, early twentieth century Limerick and power. Not saying one should automatically believe him over Royce Christyn but you have to agree that is bring a really strong background when it comes to history and slavery.
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    Today, 06:07 PM
    https://www.opendemocracy.net/beyondslavery/liam-hogan/%E2%80%98irish-slaves%E2%80%99-convenient-myth Again, not saying it was Shangri la for any servants in the new world and yes loads of people died young and not just the Irish, but like I said in my earlier post, the vast majority of the Irish workers that came to the new world were voluntary indentured servants, the rest being forced indentured servants. The distinction being that even the forced ones had a chance to buy their freedom and they were in a better position than the black slaves. Its just the truth.
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    Today, 05:44 PM
    You guys are all wrong, Assad made fun of his towel face and he has been steaming since then. Imagine how it would feel if that was your face?
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    Today, 04:47 PM
    The vast majority of Irish workers were indentured servants who had a chance to win their freedom once they paid off their debt. They were not slaves, you know better than buying the stupid Moleyneux propaganda. This and the fact that they weren't the ideal slave race made them very less valuable than black slaves, who in their right mind would pay more money for a servant who can easily buy their freedom over a slave they can own in perpetuity?. Also stop listening to Stefan Moleyneux, the man is a completely biased commentator when the topic involves race. The other problem is this myth that being more valuable somehow buys you better treatment from the master, it doesn't and you have to take my word for it. The Irish weren't treated worse than the black in America and they weren't the only whites who came to the US as indentured servants.
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    Today, 03:44 PM
    Saying the American slavery system was racist is not false equivalency because I did not falsely equating it to anything else, I did not even say whether it was racist or not. But since you brought up the R word, let looks into it. Slavery was racist and I am saying this regardless of the fact that some slaves were non black and some slave masters were blacks. But still the system operated on getting black slaves from Africa to work the land, whether the choice of black people was to making it uniform or whatever is irrelevant, the fact still remains that it was racially based which makes it racist. I think a little bit of what happened to Native Americans was genocide and that too is racial terrorism, it is not impossible to have a certain crime committed against 2 groups of people i.e. is not an either or proposition. Its nice if you can start quoting me correctly and in context. If you read the whole paragraph you would have seen that the actual slave vs descendant talk was me trying to point out that only one truly has any claim to compensation from their slave masters. Its not snark, its just me trying to get the record straight. The warning was for you not to use the same logic in other real life situation and used a falsely imprisoned person to make an example. I know you were talking to descendants of slaves but I put in thee warning about using the same line of thinking regarding other people demanding reparation. If you told someone to forget compensation because there are bigger fish to fry, you might get hit in the face. Its not only that is it wrong but it is also a bad argument.
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    Today, 02:28 PM
    Is the latter more profitable? answer is a big YES, the thing is that modern slavery is much better for the slave and fantastic for the slave master. Both sides actually benefited from the reform but it seems like it is blasphemy to bring up that fact.
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    Today, 02:23 PM
    Wrong, I started my reply to watson to prove that there is a big difference between the different types of plantations/prisons and pretending they are all sort a alike is bullshit. Then you jumped in to disprove that position. I am not arguing which type of prison I want humanity to live in, if I was doing that then I wouldn't be a libertarian. I want to break all the chains and open all the cages so humanity can run wild and even if that means shorter lifespans. I too do not want to live in any prison but given a choice between spending my prison time in solitary confinement or house arrest? you bet that I would gladly choose house arrest over solitary confinement.
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    Today, 01:32 PM
    I didn't prove your point, the reasons why animals in the wild animals live shorter lives has a lot to do with them getting killed by their fellow animals when they get old and slow and them not getting medicine and care from their captors. The argument is between closed cage and open air prisons. I am arguing that open air prison is better for the human condition than closed cage prisons and you are arguing against that proposition. Tell me again why it is preferable to picked a closed cage prison over an open air one? That is the point you have to prove. Wait a minute, how long do wild turkeys, cows, goats, chickens live for? cos I know the average live span of the thanksgiving turkey is a little bit over 1 yr. So you may even be wrong about the lifespan of wild vs prisoned animals especially when it comes to barnyard animals
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    Today, 01:14 PM
    I completely disagree with you. This phenomena is easily observed by looking at what happens to caged chickens or watched the behavior of animals in old type zoos vs New age open range zoos. The undeniable truth is that reproduction, productivity, health and every measurable positive metric improves when animals are taken out of closed cage prisons into open air ones. Same with the human animal
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    Today, 01:07 PM
    This is the sort of bullshit that I hate to hear as an anti Trumper because it makes me sympathize with him. Again, this is a man that has made dozens of speeches and we never heard this sniffling until the debates. Now we are supposed to believe that the man started doing cocaine just to show off the symptoms at the debates. If anything, I would sooner believe that anyone who buys this story is on cocaine before I believe Trump is a coke addict. Bullshit story is bullshit
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    Today, 12:43 PM
    If I was Lavrov, I wouldn't have picked up the phone. Just have a lol while the US frantically tries to call the Russians to stop attacking their mercs in Aleppo.
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    Today, 12:29 PM
    I am sorry but this is just some false equivalency bullshit that needs to be countered. First of all I am going to get this out of the way by stating that I do not agree with the reparation to descendants of slaves. Its one thing to return items that were taken or payment to newly free slaves after it was ended but I completely and totally do not agree with what the UN/BLM is proposing. Now that we have gotten that out of the way, lets just examine for a minute what you are saying. It seems to me that you think we are still on the same plantation, old slavery is new slavery and forced farm labor is same a taxed voluntary work life. The problem with your post is that for it to apply to the discussion of reparations for old slavery, one has to believe that old slavery and new age slavery is sorta on the same level. Now it is evident that this is not remotely true to any degree by the fact that nobody here would trade slavery under the modern state to physical, mental and spiritually tasking slavery the African American slaves lived through in the slave days. The same logic explains why people rightfully celebrate when they get out of prison even though were all living in a giant prison under the state and also the same reason why a prisoner asks for compensation after being released due to a false accusation. Just a word of warning, telling a person asking for compensation because he had been falsely imprisoned to educate themselves about the real problem would be dangerous to your well-being, don't try what you did here to the real world. Yes we live in a plantation but compared to the plantations of the past, this is Shangri la, I would properly education myself about arguments from false equivalency before future posts like this.
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    Today, 08:41 AM
    Is there any evidence that only certain people were allowed to own slaves? if no, then how can one claim someone else undercut them in business? if yes then they have a case.
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    Today, 08:36 AM
    Yea but that's not how it is done. Imagine a world where an uneducated, homeless man is falsely convicted of a crime, he serves 30 yrs in prison and afterwards the evidence exonerates him, he then comes to the state asking for reparation/compensation for the false imprisonment. Now image someone with your way of thinking at the helm. He would ask the falsely imprisoned man to instead pay for the shelter, food, medical care he received in prison because before his imprisonment, his prospects on life was bleak and his well being improved while in prison. I can imagine that you are probably shaking your head in confusion as to why the treatment this homeless man got is wrong, but thank God this is not how it works in real life. The compensation is for the crime of wrongful conviction/imprisonment not what the victims potential could have been. Get it?
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    Today, 07:27 AM
    White people exist White people have the right to exist White people have the right to exist as white people ALT Right Be white Pic is to show the connection between alt right and white nationalism. I think everyone here would agree that Pepe the frog became a mascot for the alt right a while back and the alt right political philosophy overlaps heavily with that of white nationalism. Now the question is to what degree is white nationalism in line with white supremacy? I personally think there is enough to make a connection. I think in this case, Hillary is closer to the truth than the people trying to deny any connection to white supremacy. If I was in the alt right, I would embrace this connection and go on the offense with it instead of trying to play defense. You cannot smash political correctness in the society by denying your true nature because it is deemed politically incorrect by the media.
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    Yesterday, 11:58 PM
    Cant get enough of 2:24 - 2:57
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    Yesterday, 11:13 PM
    Well seeing as Hillary is pictured in the post, I wouldn't mind paying the 40k in taxes if it is guaranteed that the she devil herself would be in the building when it is burning. And no, I am deadly serious about what I said.
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    Yesterday, 09:56 PM
    For the record, I only watched a few mins of the debate while switching the channel.
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    Yesterday, 09:46 PM
    That sounds good to me, I will take the $25 gift card along with the burning down of the UN and virtually all the ambassadors in it :)
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    Yesterday, 08:21 PM
    Not saying it is a good idea but if they are paying, I just want to know if I would qualify and how much would "they" be paying out. Just saying. Btw, I would vote for anyone who campaigns on burning the UN down with every ambassador and NGO who works with them in it except for a few good ambassadors who I hand pick. Burn it down, salt it, and pour radioactive material in its stead so nothing productive is ever done on that land.
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    Yesterday, 02:23 PM
    He said national interest not white national interest. Leave the victim Olympics competition to the SJW, it doesn't look good on you
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    Yesterday, 11:26 AM
    Indeed, I think they are talking about the fact according to State dept. Also listed as facts are - Russian rebels shot down the Malaysian flight - Russia invaded Ukraine. - Russia paid you to make this post etc etc etc. Nice catch Brian.
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    09-26-2016, 06:27 PM
    A homeless girl once gave me free sex and STD, does that count?
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    09-26-2016, 08:37 AM
    Oh no, I am not at all worried about the negative Nancys at Lewrockwell.com. They have a huge axe to grind when it comes to Rand and I put that into consideration when reading the site. If Rand was really in trouble, other reputable sites that hate Rand would report it before Lewrockwell has the chance to do it, after all the site is mainly filled with articles(more like posts) cut and paste from other mainstream sources and this is especially true when Lew Rockwell is the author.
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    09-26-2016, 07:19 AM
    When it comes to Rand, I think Lewrockwell should be considered a biased source. I believe you would find a more accurate assessment of Rand Paul's senate chance of reelection from the Rachel Maddow than from Lewrockwell. I have to say there is no love lost between those two and I am talking about Lew Rockwell not Rachel Maddow.
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    09-25-2016, 08:16 PM
    Forget about pharma companies and some of the lies they tell, the truth is that after getting a vaccine for say rubella, your body when tested shows an increase in antibody titer for the rubella virus. This is not the pharma companies talking, you can independently verify this yourself. Vaccines work and this has been know for a long time. Also you have to understand that some of these pathogens have been around for millions of years and they have evolved to penetrate you immune system. So you being healthy is no guarantee.
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    09-25-2016, 11:09 AM
    Really? I would have guessed that doing exactly what the police man aka the man with the gun says is the best way to guarantee your safety. For the life of me, I cannot understand why anyone black, white or brown would want to endanger their lives by running from a cop. I can understand trying to avoid cops when you can but once they have IDed you, it is completely dangerous and reckless to run.
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    09-25-2016, 10:22 AM
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