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horatiokim Post time: 2018-12-20 07:08
Please bear in mind the fact that 'Slavery' in America' was purely a British Invention/Business.
You are right on the point indeed.
Here's just one example, a piece of history.
'Around late 1700, wealthy merchants in South Western England alone purchased over a hundred thousand slaves from Africa and shipped them to British colonized plantation islands in Caribbean, such as Jamaica, Bahama.
They were put on permanent iron clad collar ring around their neck with the names of their owners on it, for whom they would work for the rest of their lives.'
'in the Southern United States where 'Slavery' flourished and bloomed for a good couple centuries were literally financed, by the wealthy Anglo in jolly ole England. How? The notorious Southern states were poor but has plenty of lands, while England was rich but no land. So from buying the slaves from Africa, to shipping them over to U.S.A, to employing them in cotton fields all across the South, then shipping the cotton to English clothing mills - through the whole process were get involved, done, and financed by jolly ole England.
No wonder they even sided with the South in Civil War in the 19th century.'
So, what does Slavery and Colonialism has in common?
The answer is both are designed to extracting wealth at the expense of the countless poor souls.
End of story!