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Although fond of unpaid work ourselves, nobody here at Trad News thinks that slavery is something that should be re-introduced or celebrated. 

It is a historical phenomenon whose day has come and gone. Like a lot of things in the past, it included a lot of hardship and degredation. But to see it purely in negative terms, as some form of pointless sadism, as Leftist history books present it, does a disservice not only to history but to the people whose lives were touched by it.

The fact is that slavery, despite its many downsides at the time and its troublesome legacy, also had certain positive outcomes. This is also the view of some Black people, such as based Black Florida State Representative Kimberly Daniels, a woman of strong Christian faith who has gone on record to thank slavery for bringing herself and other African Americans to Jesus.
“I thank God for slavery… If it wasn’t for slavery, I might be somewhere in Africa worshipping a tree,” she said in a video put together by the Freedom From Religion Foundation in order to attack her religious views.

But what atheistic White or Jewish liberals don't realise is that something that would horrify them, might not have the same effect on others. In fact, there are probably a lot more people who would listen to Daniels' words and think, "Yeh, I think she's got a point there."

Whether you think the main benefit was finding Jesus or just having a living standard 20 times higher than the average African, a clear case can be made that the institution of slavery far from being totally evil ultimately benefited American Blacks. 

Looking at the legacy of racial division, crime, and "Big Society" welfare spending that it also brought to America, the other question that has to be answered is, "Did it benefit Whites?" The jury is still out on that one.


Slave Master said...

That high-yeller nigga sounds like a fine addition to my Slave Nigga Plantation & Jew Gas Chamber Facility. I'll put her to work shoveling ashes out of the ovens. That is, until it's her turn to go in.

Anonymous said...

Must make you feel real special typing that from your mother's basement.

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