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 The Draft Copy of © Memoir of Dirty Politics, My Final Journey by Author Emmie Ross is dedicated from the Living God to Evelyn and HIS People around the World to read and not be caught blindside.  Evil and dirty politics can be defeated!            

 As a Political Science major, my college professor would constantly state as she stood in front of class while surveying each of us, “Just give me at least one student who wants to help make a difference in making America a great Nation."  "I am accepting that challenge.  I am an American standing tall with America."

Final Copy will be published in 2013


Table of Contents

 Chapters 1-3

1.  The Truth behind the Israel and Palestine Conflict in the Middle East

2. Black Man was the first Slave Owner in America

3.  Post Slavery and the Reckless Spending by Black Legislators - First Fiscal Cliff

Listed Below Table of Contents


Chapter 4

Key Turning Points in American History


   Scientist stated to God, “We don’t need you any longer!” 


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Chapter 5

The Road to the Illuminati New World Order that Led to My Journey in Dirty Politics

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Chapter 6 - First Section
Part I

A Recap of Why the Independent Candidate was being persecuted by the enemy within:  Former Democrat President of the United States Bill Clinton attempted assassination in 2006.

My Final Visit back to the Crime Scene for answers

    Part II

The Preparation by God in order to fulfill the conclusion of An Awakening Spiritual Journey into Dirty Politics after Election 2008  - Dreams of My Father - Vetting of President Obama Inspired by God.

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Chapter 6 - Section II

Dreams of My Father – Vetting Of President Obama Inspired by God

Uncharted Waters of Identity Theft, Decoys, and Impersonators

Part I

The Seven Warnings Given to President Barack Obama Inspired by God


Part II

How President Obama obtained the fraudulent Birth Certificate of Barack Hussein Obama, Jr through Identity Theft.

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Part III

The Conclusion of the Fraudulent Birth Certificate of President Obama

Who is Barry Soetoro?

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Chapter 6 – Section II

Part I

The Beginning Unraveling of Andrew Brietbart’s “Bombshell” Vetting President Obama

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Part 2

The “Brainchild” that mapped the Blank Page of President Obama’s thought process from 1972 through the ending of 2004.

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Part 3

           Scenes from the Early Years of Barack "Barry" Obama and Michelle Robinson


Part 4 NEW!!!

An Interesting Twist  Filled With Some Unexpected Surprises!!!

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Saving America from the Con-Man within

The Conclusion of Part 4



                                                Liberals' Lies that are Destroying America

                                                                  The Denial of the Jewish Holocaust

Chapter 1


Prelude to the Promise Land of Israel



The Bible

Jesus is baptized                                                 

As soon as Jesus was baptized he came up from the water, and suddenly the heavens opened and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and coming down on him.  And a voice spoke from heaven, “This is my Son, the Beloved; my favor rests on him.”

The Lineage to Jesus Christ


When he started to teach, Jesus was thirty years old:  Joseph, son of Heli.                          

Joseph  (the husband of Mary, of her was born Jesus who is called Christ) .


The Ancestry of Jesus


The Gospel According to Saint Luke\

{The New Testament of The Jerusalem Bible – published 1969)


                        Heli, son of Matthat,

                        Son of Levi, son of Melchi

                        Son of Melchi, son of Jannai

                        Son of Joseph, son of Mattathias,

                        Son of Amos, son of Nahum

                        Son of Esli, son of Naggai

                        Son of Maath, son of Mattathias

                        Son of Semein, son of Josech

                        Son of Joda, son of Joanan

                        Son of Rhesa, son of Zerubbabel,

                        Son of Shealtiel, son of Neri,

                        Son of Melchi, son of Addi

                        Son of Cosam, son of Elmadam

                        Son of Er, son of Joshua

                        Son of Joshua, son of Eliezer

                        Son of Jorim, son of Matthat

                        Son of Levi, son of Symeon

                        Son of Judah, son of Joseph

                        Son of Jonam, son of Eliakim

                        Son of Melea, son of Menna

                        Son of Mattatha, son of Nathan

                        Son of David, son of Jesse

                        Son of Obed, son of Boaz

                        Son of Sala, son of Nahshon

                        Son of Amminadab, son of Admin

                        Son of Arni, son of Hezron,

            Son of Perez, son of Judah


Son of Judah, son of Jacob (God changed Jacob name to “IsraelThe Book of Genesis 32:28-31)


                        Son of Isaac, son of Abraham

                        Son of Terah, son of Nahor

                        Son of Serug, son of Reu

                        Son of Peleg, son of Eber

            Son of Shelah, son of Cainan

            Son of Arphaxad, son of Shem

                        Son of Noah, son of Lamech

                        Son of Methuselah, son of Enoch

                        Son of Jared, son of Mahalaleel

                        Son of Cainan, son of Enoch

                        Son of Seth, the son Adam

             Son of God


The History behind Israel and Palestine Conflict that led to the State of Israel and the Arab’s Revenge

The Beginning of the Covenant between God and Abraham

 It began in the Old Testament of Genesis 12:2.


“God stated to Abram, I will make you a great nation, and I will bless you; I will make your name great, so that you will be a blessing.  I will bless those who bless you and curse those who curse you.  All the communities of the earth shall find blessing in you.”

Genesis 12:7

"The Lord appeared to Abram and said, "To your descendants I will give this land."  So Abram built an altar there to the LORD who appeared to him.

God later changed the name Abram to Abraham.

 In Genesis 12:15:  God stated to Abraham,

“As far as your wife Sarah, I will bless her with a son, and I will give you a son by her.   Him also will I bless; he shall be given rise to nations, and rulers of peoples shall issue from him.”  Then Abraham said to God, “Let but Ishmael live on by your favor!”  God replied, “Nevertheless, your wife Sarah is to bear you a son, and you shall call him Isaac.  I will maintain my Covenant with him as an everlasting pact, to be his God and the God of his descendants after him.

 God stated: 

“As for Ishmael, (the son of Abraham and the Slave Egypt Hagar) I am heeding you:  I hereby bless him.  I will make him fertile and will multiple them exceedingly.  He shall become father of twelve chieftains, and I will make of him a great nation.”

         “But my Covenant I will maintain with Isaac, whom Sarah shall bear to you next year.” God had finished with him, God     departed from Abraham.”

In Genesis 12:9—10

      “Sarah noticed the son of Hagar the Egyptian had borne to Abraham playing with her son Isaac, so she demanded of Abraham:  “   Drive out that slave and her son!  No son of that slave is going to share the inheritance with my son Isaac!”  Abraham was distressed about Ishmaels or about your slave woman.  Heed the demands of Sarah, no matter what she is asking of you; for it is through Isaac that descendants shall bear your name. As for the son of the slave woman, I will make a great nation of him, also, since he too is your offspring.”

Genesis 12:20-21

Although Ishmael was not part of God’s covenant that He had made with Abraham to be his God through Isaac’s lineage, “God was with Ishmael as he grew up.  He lived in the wildness and became an expert bowman, with home in the wilderness of Parana.  His mother, Hagar got a wife for Ishmael from the land of Egypt.”

The chain of events that led to Holocaust and to the Promised Land

Centered on what Sarah once stated to Abraham regarding the Covenant that God personally made with Israel:  “Drive out that Egyptian slave and her son!  No son of that slave is going to share the inheritance with my son Isaac!”

It was from the Covenant that God made with Isaac’s parent, Abraham and Sarah became Jesus’s lineage through Jacob (God named Israel) the son of Isaac.

                     What Triggered World War I?


Excerpts – Our Glorious Century, Reader Digest’s Association 1994

Sarajevo, Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie had been warned not to go to Sarajevo, capital of the provinces of Bosnia-Herzegovina.  Serbian extremists were known to be plotting Ferdinand’s assassination, perhaps with the aid of Russian agents’ intent upon weakening Austria-Hungary and its ally, Germany.

 It was a narrow escape.  As their motorcade wound through the town of Sarajevo, Archduke Francis Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie watched in horror as a man emerged from the crowd and toss thudded onto the hood, skidded off, and detonated on the street, injuring a number of bystanders.

Leaving Sarajevo, Ferdinand and Sophie abruptly ordered their driver to take them to see the victims of the bomb attack, an act of both charity and bravery.  As the car came to a halt, a young Serbian named Gavril Principe stepped from the curb and fired several pistol shots point-blank at the royal couple. Both were dead within minutes.  No one realized it at the tie. But those shots of June 28, 1914, would ignite all Europe.

Although the Serbian government disclaimed involvement in the assassination, Austria-Hungary used the murders to demand powers over Serbia’s internal affairs. To everyone’s surprise, on July 25, 1908 Siberia agreed too many of the demand, but to everyone’s greater surprise, Austria-Hungary began bombarding Serbia anyway.  Dominoes began to fall.  Germany’s Kaiser, Russia’s czar, and diplomats and Russia ordered full mobilizations of their armies.  The military machines of the Continent began to roll into action, and the delicate web of defensive alliances became an iron net that dragged nations into war.

Time Line of Events

1914 - Austria-Hungry attacked Serbia, July 29th and Germany invaded Belgium, August 4th.

1917 -   President Woodrow Wilson went before Congress and asked for War.  On April 6, 1917, America went to war.  In the fall of 1917 while the Allies were battering its defenses, Germany was crumbling within.

1918 - By October, Germany accepted Woodrow Wilson’s Fourteen Points, but sought better terms for an armistice.   (The peace plan called on Germany to withdraw from occupied lands and supporting self-determination for the peoples of Europe.  The plan was noteworthy for what it did not demand:  the partition of Germany.)

November 11, 1918 - At 5:00 am, German and Allied representatives, meeting in carriage at Compiegne, France, signed an armistice agreement that would take effect six hours later, at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month.

Fall of Jerusalem, Palestine campaign, British entered the Holy City as Turks retreated on December 9th.

Who won the War?

Still nothing could have prepared medicine for the influenza that raged across the glove in 1918.  The loss of lives was staggering.  Worldwide, as many as 27 million people perished half a million in the United States alone.  For every American killed in the war, the flu, and pneumonia that accompanied it, killed 10.

Excerpt – The United States in World War I  - Don Lawson - 1965

The cost  of World War I in both lives and money was staggering.  No completely accurate figures have ever been compiled, but it has been estimated that there were more than 30,000,000 men killed and wounded among all of the warring nations.  Allied osses were more than 3,000,000 killed and died and more than 8,000,000 wounded.  The United States suffered 53,407 and had 204,002 men wounded.

The direct cost of the war in money amounted to 300 billion dollars.  (Indirect costs are incalculable.)  If this money had been made into silver dollars and stacked along the Western Front, it would have made a wall more than 400 miles long, 24 inches thick, and 7 feet high.

The United States spent about $2,000,000 an hour from April 6, 1917, to November 11, 1918.  Its total expenditure, not including loans to Allies, was 22 billiom dollars.  This total meant that during World War I the United States spent as much money as it did for all of its government costs from 1791 to 1914.

ExcerptOur Glorious Century – Reader’s Digest Association

Many have said that the Allies won the war but lost the peace, and it is true that the peace conference at Versailles created  as many problems as it solved.  Forced to admit responsibility for the conflict and pay billions in war reparations, Germany’s infant democracy was hamstrung from the start, but the terms were not so severe as to prevent a resurgence of German militarism.  Worse, because Germany had sued for peace before the Allies invaded, many Germans believed that they had not really lost the war but had been stabbed in the back by Jews, Bolsheviks, and Socialists. 

Corporal Adolph Hitler

Underestimating the depth of German resentment may have been the costliest mistake of the Century.  Ten months after the armistice, a corporal named Adolf Hitler attended his first meeting of an anti-Semitic group that would later name itself the National Socialist Germany Worker’s Party.  Though no one knew it yet, the winds of tyranny were blowing again in Europe.  By the end of the 1920’s, totalitarian regimes had subverted parliamentary democracy in Italy and Russia; Poland, Hungary, Turkey, and Yugoslavia had all revered to one-man rule.

The Repercussion following the World War I

But no sooner did Wilson sit down in Paris with the delegates of the 32 negotiating states than his plan met with the grim realities of European politics.  Italy wanted a piece of the Balkans; Great Britain hoped to remain the foremost naval power; France, twice in 48 years invaded Germany, intended to cripple its hated neighbor; Ukrainians, Poles, Slavs, Magyars, Jews, and other demanded homelands, sometimes claiming the same piece of the earth

Germany’s Resentment of the Treaty of Versailles

For Germans the Treaty of Versailles was humbling document, Germany saw its once mighty army dismantled and its Rhineland region declared a demilitarized zone.  The treaty exacted reparation, later set at $32 billion, and required Germany and Austria to accept full blame for the war, America delegates were horrified.  Republican Herbert Hoover predicted that the harsh terms would ultimately bring destruction,”   President Wilson was inclined to believe the treaty was too punitive, but he signed it in exchange for Allied support of his precious League.

Adolf Hitler would later take full advantage of Germany’s bitterness.

Flawed Peace – June 28, 1919 - On June19, 1919, after months of hard negotiating, President Wilson signed a peace treaty, and the Palace of Versailles, near Paris, But the United States Senate failed to ratify the treaty.  Isolationist Republicans, who wanted no more of Europe ‘s nasty squabbles, objected in particular to the United States membership in the League of Nations and sponsored an amended treaty.  Wilson rejected their modifications and took his case to the people, to no avail.

        President Woodrow Wilson                                                                      


 Beginning of Hitler’s Revenge that would lead to Germany’s Destruction

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Hitler in 1937 - Photo http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adolf_Hitler


  The Man Made Antichrist 

 Our Glorious Centry - By Reader's Digest Association  - Excerpts

“Hitler was the most dangerous of the dictators because he combined tremendous power with impulsiveness.

Adolf Hitler, meanwhile, planned a German empire.  Defeated, angry over the humiliating losses in the Treaty of Versailles, mired in economic chaos, and torn by violent politics, Germany was ripe for Hitler’s spellbinding oratory, which hypnotized millions with promise of glory, power, and vengeance.  A decorated World War I corporal who was unemployed in the lean years after the war, Hitler spoke for the little people of Germany and had support in the army and big business.  His National Socialist Party got one-third of the vote, and he was appointed Chancellor.

Then, during the same hundred days that opened President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s first term, Hitler abolished the German republic banned rival political parties, outlawed trade unions, and eliminated free speech.  Gangs of Nazi Brown shirts beat up Jews, Communists, and intellectuals. 

The government burned booked and declared modern art degenerate.  In 1936 Hitler sent troops into the Rhineland, German territory that had been demilitarized by the Treaty of Versailles.  He expected Britain and France to resist, but they did nothing, freeing him for further aggression.

ExcerptAwakening Spiritual Journey into Dirty Politics after Election 2008

The Brief American Pageant, 6th Edition

 Adolph Hitler, a fanatic with a toothbrush mustache, plotted and harangued his war into control Germany in 1933 with liberal use of the “big lie.”  Hitler was the most dangerous of the dictators because he combined tremendous power with impulsiveness.  A frustrated Austrian painter, (descendant of a Jewish father who abandoned the family) “with hypnotic talents as an orator and leader, he had led the Nazi Party to power in Germany by making political capital of the Treaty of Versailles and Germany’s depression spawned unemployment.  The desperate German people had fallen in behind the ne Pied Piper, for they saw no other hope of escape from the plague of economic chaos and national disgrace.   Hitler began clandestinely rearming in 1933 and in 1936 the Nazi Hitler and the fascist Mussolini allied themselves in the Rome-Berlin Axis.”

“Adolph Hitler grew louder and bolder in Europe.  In 1935, he had openly flaunted the Treaty of Versailles by introducing compulsory military service in Germany.  The next year he boldly marched into the demilitarized German Rhineland, likewise contrary to the detested treaty, while France and Britain looked on in an agony of indecision..

Lashing his following to frenzy, Hitler undertook to persecution and exterminating the Jewish population in the areas under his control. Calling upon his people to sacrifice butter for guns, he whipped the German air force and mechanized group divisions into the most devastating military machine the world had yet seen.” 

Muslim Brotherhood and Nazi Germany


Al-Banna was also fascinated by Hitler. Both hated Jews, democracy, and Western culture. When the war broke out, the Muslim Brothers promised they would rise up and help General Rommel and make sure to kill the Allies in Egypt.

The Muslim Brothers representative of Palestine, the grand Mufti of Jerusalem (al-Husayni), worked for the Third Reich during the war and played a major role in the recruitment of the SS Arab division that will be known as the “SS Handjar.” The “Himmler to Mufti telegram” of November 1943 attested the alliance between Nazi Germany and the Mufti: “the firm foundation of the natural alliance that exists between the National Socialist Greater Germany and the freedom-loving Muslims of the whole world.” The Muslim Brothers were not prosecuted after the war despite the participation of the Mufti and “freedom-loving Muslims” in the Holocaust. In the second half of the 1930s, the Muslim Brothers were strongly engaged to help the Palestinians. They raised and channeled funds to fight the Jews, and intensified contacts with religious leaders in Palestine. Banna was interned from 1941 to February 1942 due to his “critic” of the British presence. The secret apparatus of the Muslim Brothers bombed British clubs during the Second World War and assassinated Egyptian officials. In 1945, the Palestinian question became even more explosive, and the Muslim Brothers were organizing violent demonstrations against the Jews. Military training centers were set up to send volunteers in Palestine to fight “Zionism.

Arab Reception of Hitler and Nazis



Haj Amin al-Husseini meeting with Adolf Hitler on 28 November 1941


Arabs became the Silent Partner in Hitler’s Genocide Against Jews


The already tense situation in the Middle East was further complicated by the emergence of Jewish nationalistic aspirations. Arab hatred of the Jews and disappointment of the Arab hopes for independence led to bloody riots. At first purely anti-Jewish in nature and directed against the rapidly increasing Jewish immigration in Palestine, the uprisings were later aimed at Great Britain as the mandatory power. The situation continued unsatisfactory until the outbreak of World War II, when it was overshadowed by the crisis in Europe. When England declared war on Germany the Zionist organizations, which had actively supported the influx of Jewish immigrants in Palestine, at once proclaimed solidarity with Britain against Germany.. General Felmy summarized the strategic common interests of Germans and Arab nationalists:   

                                                           Haj Amin al-Hussein meeting with Adolf Hitler on 28 November 1941

Hitler and fascist ideology were controversial in the Arab world, just as they were in Europe, with both supporters and opponents.

Massive programs of propaganda were launched in the Arab world, first by Fascist Italy and later on by Nazi Germany. The Nazis in particular focused in impacting on the new generation of political thinkers and activists.]

In 1932, Hitler was given the name Abu Ali in Syria, and Muhammad Hider in Egypt. Adolf was celebrated in large parts of the Arab world, and some newspapers even likened him to the Prophet. Erwin Rommel was almost as popular as Hitler. Arabs Shouting of "Heil Rommel" was a common greeting in Arab countries. Many Arabs thought the Germans would free them from the rule of the old colonial powers France and Britain. After France's defeat to Nazi Germany in 1940, some Arabs were chanting against the French and British around the streets of Damascus: "No more Monsieur, no more Mister, Allah's in Heaven and Hitler's on earth." Posters with Arabic sayings: "In heaven God is your ruler, on earth Hitler" were frequently displayed in shops in the towns of Syria.

Cooperation between the Arabs and Germany


Germany stood for uncompromising war against the Jews. That naturally included active opposition to the Jewish national home in Palestine, which was nothing other than a center, in the form of a state, for the exercise of destructive influence by Jewish interests....This was the decisive struggle; on the political plane, it presented itself in the main as a conflict between Germany and England, but ideologically it was a battle between National Socialism and the Jews. It went without saying that Germany would furnish positive and practical aid to the Arabs involved in the same struggle, because platonic promises were useless in a war for survival or destruction in which the Jews were able to mobilize all of England's power for their ends....the Fuhrer would on his own give the Arab world the assurance that its hour of liberation had arrived. Germany's objective would then be solely the destruction of the Jewish element residing in the Arab sphere under the protection of British power. In that hour the Mufti would be the most authoritative spokesman for the Arab world. It would then be his task to set off the Arab operations, which he had secretly prepared. When that time had come, Germany could also be indifferent to French reaction to such a declaration.


Although the Mufti may be the most well-known Arab collaborator with Nazi Germany, there were other influential Arab and Muslim political leaders who made common cause with the Germans. Hassan al-Banna, an ally of the Mufti who founded the Muslim Brotherhood in 1928, openly acknowledged the common interests with National Socialist anti-Jewish and anti-Zionist politics, and actively collaborated with the Nazis.          http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Relations_between_Nazi_Germany_and_the_Arab_world 


Adolf Hitler began persecuting the Jews

Adolph Hitler grew louder and bolder in Europe.  In 1935, he had openly flaunted the Treaty of Versailles by introducing compulsory military service in Germany.  The next year he boldly marched into the demilitarized German Rhineland, likewise contrary to the detested treaty, while France and Britain looked on in an agony of indecision.    Lashing his following to frenzy, Hitler undertook to persecution and exterminating the Jewish population in the areas under his control.  Calling upon his people to sacrifice butter for guns, he whipped the German air force and mechanized group divisions into the most devastating military machine the world had yet seen.

    Adolf Hitler’s Rise to Power  by the German Voters

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                                                                                                  Europe Bows to a Bully – 1938

Excerpt - Our Glorious Century – Reader’s Digest 1994                                             

Winston Churchill

For years Winston Churchill had warned that dictators were pushing the world into war, and he urged England to rearm.  When the Nazis militarized the Rhineland in 1936, Churchill cried out against it both in Parliament and in a syndicated newspaper column.  The Reich, he wrote, “is arming more strenuously, more scientifically and upon a larger scale, than any nation has ever armed before,”   Outraged subscribers protested the “nationalistic” articles by Britain’s “number one warmonger.”


Chamberlain and Hitler leave the Bad Godesberg meeting, 1938
Unsmiling, Chamberlain (left) and Hitler leave the Bad Godesberg meeting, 23 September 1938.



In early 1938 Churchill predicted that Hitler would move next into Austria, but on March 2, Prime Minster Neville Chamberlin assured Parliament that Austria was safe.  Ten days later German troops goose-stepped across the border, uniting the two countries.  Churchill urged an alliance of nations to stop Hitler’s aggressions.  While Parliament debated Churchill’s proposal, Hitler paraded in Vienna before cheering crowds, proclaimed the end of the “Shame of Versailles,” and declared that 6 million Austrians were now citizens of his Greater Reich.”

Churchill the Magnificent

“Let us…so bear ourselves,” he said, “that if the British Empire and its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will still say. “This was their finest hour.”  And so it was.

As German bombers rained fire on Britain, and RAF fighter pilots rose to meet them, a dauntless leader emerged who made survival heroic, victory attainable, for his beleaguered people.

“Solider, war correspondent, master politician, orator, author, national leader, world statesman---in more than half a dozen roles.  Winston Churchill made a mark on history.  But his finest hours came in the dark war years, stepping jauntily through the smoking rubble of London, his hand raised in in his V-for-victory- salute. “I have nothing to offer but blood, toil, tears, and sweat,” he said on becoming Prime Minister at the age of 66, in May 1940.  A month later, in the House of Commons, he proclaimed, “We shall not flag or fail…we shall defend our island…we shall never surrender.”  He was a lovingly caricatured as a toy bulldog with the words, “Hitler terror” written on his steel helmet.”

On August 24, German pilots strayed off course and accidentally dropped bombs on London.  An angry Churchill responded by ordering raids on Berlin.  After four such hits, Hitler, stamping in fury, vowed:  “We will raze their cities to the ground.”

Nearly a year before the first German attack, Churchill had stood before Commons to proclaim his country’s determination.  “Let us…so bear ourselves,” he said, “that if the British Empire and its Commonwealth last for a thousand years, men will still say, “This was their finest hour.  And so it was.


Back to Hitler wreaking havoc in Europe

The Brief American Pageant 6th Edition.

Suddenly in March 1938, Hitler bloodlessly occupied German-speaking Austria, his birthplace. The democratic powers, wringing their hands in despair prayed that this last grave would satisfy his passion for conquest. But like a drunken reveler calling for madder music and stronger wine, Hitler could not stop. Intoxicately, by his recent gains, he began to make bullying demands for the German-inhabitant Sudetenland of neighboring Czechoslovakia.    

Czechoslovak soldiers patrolling the town of Krásná Lípa (German: Schönlinde) in the Sudeten Region, September 1938.

Hitler’s Destructive Machine continue throughout Europe

Next, Hitler turned to the Sudetenland, where a largely German population chafed under Czech rule.  All summer, Hitler ranted about the “oppression” of the Sudeten Germans; in August, Germany mobilized.  Chamberlain flew to Munich to reason with the fuehrer.  He bargained for hours with Hitler, Mussolini, and French Premier Edouard Daladier---but no Czechs---then agreed that a third of Czechoslovakia would be ceded to Germany.  Chamberlain returned to England, confident that he had secured “Peace with honor…peace for our time.   Churchill was undeceived.  “We have sustained a total and unmitigated defeat!” the thundered.  “This is only the beginning of the reckoning!”

Meanwhile, in Germany, Jews were forbidden to worship, hold most jobs, or own property.  On November 7, 1938, a teenage Polish Jew killed a member of Germany’s Paris embassy to avenge Nazi treatment of Jews.  An enraged Hitler ordered retaliation, and a wave of sanctioned vandalism struck German Jews.  So many shops and synagogues were destroyed that the night of November 9-10 was called Kristallnacht (“Crystal Night”) for the shards of glass that littered the streets.  The Nazi further humiliated the Jews by fining them to pay for the cleanup.



KristallnachtGerman Nthe synagogue of Troppau (Czech: Opava)azis set fire to


Then on August 23, 1938, Germany and the U.S.S.R. stunned the world by announcing a joint treaty of non-aggression.  It openly assured mutual neutrality in case of war and secretly divided up Poland.  Hitler was free to attack.

World War II began September 1, 1939

After months of diplomatic negotiation designed to prevent it, the worst finally happened.  On September 1, 1939, moving with the speed and precision of an irate cobra, the armed might of Adolph Hitler’s Nazi Germany thrust across the border deep into Poland.  England and France jumped in on Poland’s side.  World War II had just begun.


 Youths Serves Adolf Hitler

Nothing pleased the Hitler more than a show of loyalty from Germany’s young men, marching in a propaganda rally. As Hitler’s power became more absolute, the headline on the recruiting poster at the rally read: “Youth Serves the Fuehrer,” became more like an order.  


                                                            The German People who put Hitler into Power

As the Axis cracked down hard both at home in Germany and Japan and in the conquered lands, small groups behind the front lines strove valiantly to resist the new order.  Meanwhile, Allied bombers wreaked another form of terror.’

Give me five years, Adolf Hitler promised the German people during his rise to power,” and you will not recognize German.”  Such boastful rhetoric played a vital role in the fuehrer’s master plan.  “Hitler promised everybody something,” explained one historian, “and a lot of people almost everything.”  He knew that there was only one way to achieve his imperial dream of a “thousand-year Reich,” and that was to make all Germans share it.

The Declaration of War troubled most Germans, but each new victory in Europe and the U.S.S.R boasted their sense of national   products began to flow in from countries conquered by the Germans.

To keep Germans loyal, the Nazi Party employed every tool imaginable, from propaganda to terror.  Hitler’s dreaded secret police, the Gestapo, was ruthless in ferreting out and crushing even the slightest hint of opposition.  People were urged to spy on family members for any signs of disloyalty.  Listening to a foreign radio station was an act of treason, punishable by death.

                                                                                        Nazi Crackdown, Anti-Nazi Intrigue

The notorious chief of Hitler’s “evil guardian angels,” as the SS (short for Schutzstaffel, the Nazi police unit) was once described, was Heinrich Himmler, who in the early by boosted that his corps was so elite that even a filled tooth was enough to disqualify a candidate.  Under Himmler’s leadership, SS men became masters in the art of interrogation by torture.  One concentration camp guard was fond of greeting new arrivals with the chilling welcome:  “This is hell, and I am the devil.”  As the war widened, the Gestapo and the SD (short for Sicherheitsdients, the Nazi Security service) extend their control to the occupied countries of Europe.  Under Hitler’s Night and Fog decree, enemies of the Reich were to be disposed by being made to disappear into the “Night and Fog” that is, without a trace.     

Hans Scholl and his sister Sophie


Even in the face of such tactics, resistance flared.  In 1941 a Munich student, Hans Scholl, founded the underground White Rose movement to mobilize fellow Germans against Nazi tyranny.  Scholl and two other members (one his sister Sophie) were arrested and guillotined in 1943.

 The Failed Plot to kill Adolf Hitler

Claus von Stauffenberg
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Few Germans would voice their opposition to Adolf Hitler for fear of retribution, but some were willing to risk their lives to bring down the third Reich. One group came close to succeeding. In June 1944, when Germany’s ultimate defeat seemed assured, a number of prominent Germans, including both high ranking army officers and influential civilians, began making plans to take over the government. Hoping to stop further bloodshed and the to salvage some vestige of their country’s honor, the plotters intended to outlaw the Nazi Party and the Gestapo, halt the extermination programs, negotiate peace with the Allies, and withdraw from all occupied territories. But they knew that first they would have to kill Adolf Hitler. 


The man who volunteered for that mission was Col. Claus Schenk; count von Stauffenberg, a staff officer with direct access to the fuehrer. He was a war hero and intellectual who represented the German aristocratic tradition. Stauffenberg had for years detested the Nazi regime. “I feel I must do something now,” he confided to his wife, “to save Germany.”  On July 20, 1944, at a meeting in Hitler’s supreme command headquarters, in East Prussia, Stauffenberg placed a briefcase containing a time bomb near the fuehrer’s feet, then excused himself to make a phone call. Another officer not involved in the plot accientally kicked the briefcase, and then moved it a few feet away. When the bomb exploded, Hitler escaped with only slight injuries. The Gestapo swung into action. Over the remaining months of the war, about 5,000 anti-Nazi Germans, including Stauffenberg, were executed for their plot, or merely for their association with the plotters.  


                                                                     The America's Viewpoint of Adolf Hitler 


Democrat President Franklin Roosevelt’s Appeasement toward Adolf Hitler


For a long time President Roosevelt was publicly neutral.  During the Czech crisis, he wrote Hitler that the United States had “no political involvements in Europe” and that the Munich agreement had produced a “universal sense of relief.”  But by 1939, many Americans saw going to war as the worst of evils.  Some were isolationists who formed the America First Committee, which sought to keep the country neutral.  Committee members included Charles A. Lindbergh, North Dakota Senator Gerald P. Nye, and General Robert A. Wood.

Many other Americans were pacifists, and others discounted the dangers of German, Italian, and Japanese militarism and racism.  As the debate intensified, however, it became increasingly clear that American involvement was all but inevitable.

“President Roosevelt was awakened from a deep sleep at 3:00 am on September 1, 1939 by his Ambassador William Bullit’s telephone call from Paris, France: 

            “Mr. President, several German divisions are deep in Polish territory…There are reports of bombers over the City of Warsaw...”

            “Well Bill, Roosevelt replied, “It has come at last.  God help us all.”


Fed by Adolph Hitler’s genocidal delusions, anti-Semitism bared its fangs in the 1930’s, spreading across Europe as Nazi Germany seized Austria and Czechoslovakia. Eluding the jackboots of Hitler’s bloodthirsty SS (Schutzstaffel, an elite military and police force), Jews tried to flee from the Nazi Juggernaut. Some succeeded, including the world’s premier nuclear physicist Albert Einstein, the Nobel laureate who plea to President Roosevelt help initiate the top-secret atomic bomb project; the philosopher Hannah Arendt; the painter Marc Chagall, and the composer Kurt Weil. In all, some 1,500,000 Jews fled the Nazi Third Reich for America in the 1930s---at tiny fraction of the millions of Jews who eventually came under Hitler’s heel.

Why did America not make room for more to help the Jews?


For one thing, those exiled luminaries who manage to make it out of Germany found a divided Jewish community in America.  On the one hand, prosperous German Jews who had established themselves in America in the 19th Century had little in common with late-arriving Jews from Eastern Europe and fearing stirring outbursts of anti-Semitism if they advocated further immigration.  On the other hand, less influential organizations of eastern European Jews struggled to pressure Roosevelt administration to rescue Europe’s Jews.  This internal discord undermined the political effectiveness of the American Jewish community in the face of the refugee dilemma.


Other factors also kept America’s doors shut against Jews seeking refuge in the United States.  The restrictive American immigration law of 1924 set rigid national quotas and made no provisions for seekers of asylum from racial, religious, or political persecution.  The Great Depression made it impossible to provide employment for workers already in the United States, much less make room in the job line for newcomers. 


Many Jews and non-Jews alike, including Congressman Celler and Senator Robert Wagner, both of New York, lobbied Roosevelt’s government to extend a welcoming hand to Jews seeking asylum---to no avail.   In 1941 Congress rejected a Wagner bill to being twenty thousand German-Jewish children to the United States outside the quota restrictions.  

President Roosevelt State Department suppressed early evidence of Hitler’s Genocide of Jews  


                                                         (No wonder Liberals rewrote the history books during World War II)


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Once the United States entered the war, the State Department suppressed early reports of Hitler’s plan to exterminate all European Jews.  After the Fuher’s sordid “final solutions” became more widely known in America, the War Department rejected pleas to bomb rail lines leading to the gas chambers.  Military officials maintained that a raid on death camps like Auschwitz would divert essential military resources and needlessly extend the war.  Thus only a lucky few escape the Nazi terror, while 6 million died in one of history’s most ghastly testimonials to the human capacity for evil.  Americans were overwhelming ant-Nazi and anti-Hitler, but they were desperately determined to stay out of war; they were not going to be “suckers” again. 

Roosevelt Administration Prolonged the War and put even more Jewish lives at risk

When the reports of the Holocaust were verified in late 1942, the United States had yet to land a single solider on the continent of Europe, so its options were few.  Democrat President Roosevelt did warn that the perpetrators of genocide would be brought to justice at war’s end, and his War Refugee Board saved thousands of Jews from deportation to the death camp at Auschwitz.  Yet, what has become the most controversial symbol of America has alleged indifference to the plight of the Jews.  American officials rejected requests in 1944 to bomb the rail lines leading to Auschwitz on the ground that the diversion of airpower to such a mission might jeopardize the imminent invasion of Normandy, prolong the war, and thus put even more Jewish lives risk.

Adolf Hitler’s Partner – Japan the Second Axis of Evil

Pearl Harbor



America's Declaration of War in 1941  - Click on Video listed below (5:04) 


Calling upon congress to declare war, President Roosevelt began solemnly, “Yesterday, December 7, 1941, a date which will live in infamy….”Then he rallied the nation with these words.  “With confidence in our armed forces, with the inbounding determination of our people, we will gain the inevitable triumph.  So help us God.”


Pearl Harbor – Japan Adolf Hitler - Germany

Roosevelt signing the declaration of war against Japan, December 8, 1941.
Roosevelt signing the declaration of war against Germany, December 11, 1941.        


On Sunday, December 7, 1941, at 7:49 in the morning, Japanese attacked plans swooped down without warning and dropped their bombs on the United States Naval base at Pearl Harbor, on the Hawaiian Island of Oahu.  A stunned and horrified America suddenly found itself at war.  

Why Did Japan Attack Pearl Harbor? 




Our Glorious Century – Reader’s Digest Association 

Commander Mitsuo Fuchida, leading 183 carrier-based fighters and bombers of the Japanese Navy, scanned target area with binoculars.  Below, at the huge Pearl Harbor naval base lay 8 battleships, 9 cruisers, 29 destroyers, and 39 lesser craft---the bulk of the United States Pacific Fleet.

Fuchida ordered his radioman to send out the signal to strike: To, To, To.´ Then he dropped a wing and rolled in for the attack.  Moments later he broadcast a second message:  “Tora, Tora, Tora” (surprise achieved,”)

Though the raid on Pearl Harbor was planned in utmost secrecy, anti-Western feeling among Japanese was well-known.  For more than a decade Japan had aggressively expanded its power in the Pacific.  Then in September 1940, in an act of defiance addressed to the entire free world, Japan signed an alliance with Germany and Italy. America was horrified.  President Franklin D. Roosevelt froze Japanese assets and placed an embargo on oil and steel shipments to Japan.  Diplomats from both countries met in Washington in late 1941 to defuse the crisis,

But even as the diplomats parleyed, the Japanese strike force---6 carriers and 14 escort vessels---were steaming toward Pearl Harbor.  U.S. naval intelligence, which had broken the Japanese code, knew that the fleet had gone to sea, but sine the Japanese sailed under radio silence, their whereabouts remained a mystery.  On December 6, 1941, President Roosevelt appealed directly to Emperor Hirohito for peace.  That same day, the strike force approached its launch point.

On Sunday morning December 7, a sailor named Dick Fiske was just coming off watch on the battleship West Virginia, which was moored at Ford Island, in Pearl Harbor.  “We saw the dive bombers coming in,” Fiske said, “and we thought they were army planes.  Just another exercise.  A friend of mine said, “Let’s go over to the port side and watch them dropping torpedoes o us.”  The next thing Fiske remembered “was a hellacious loud noise, and a wall of water that looked like a 50-foot wave came across the deck and washed us both to the other side of the ship.”

Marine private James Cory, aboard the battleship, Arizona, was opening the window of his battle station to get a clear view.  “The bomb struck forward---forward of us,” he said.  “The bridge shielded us from flames coming aft….But still, around the edges in these open windows came the heat and the sensation of the blast.  We cringed there.”  A 1,760-pound had pierced the bow and ignited the ship’s huge forward magazine.  A sailor on the nearby Nevada saw the Arizona “jump at least 15 or 20 feet upward in the water and sort of break in two.”  More than 1,000 American sailors and marines perished in the fireball.

Private Cory and buddy jumped overboard and swam for their lives.  “There were bombs splashes nearby,” he said.  “There was strafing in the water.  You could feel the impact of the bullets.  There was a tremendous amount of confusion and noise and all this sort of thing.  Our own oil was bumbling up and congealing…It was catching fire slowly and incinerating toward us.”  The two men struggled ashore.  They were then “lifted up into the air and flung down” as a bomb detonated somewhere near them.  Both men survived.

The Hero – Doris Miller, a Black Man

A heavyweight boxing champ of West Virginia was the mess attendant and was not trained in gunnery.  But he sprinted to a machine gun.  “It wasn’t hard,” he said.  “I just pulled the trigger and she worked fine.”  Miller became the first Black Man to win the Navy Cross, that service’s second highest decoration for gallantry


Boom and Upheaval at Home

Our Glorious Century – Reader Digest’s Association

The turmoil of war reverberated through America, changing it in ways unexpected, sometimes funny, and occasionally shattering.  Jobs beckoned, romance blossomed, neighborhoods shuddered, and teenagers felt their oats.

           For Americans, going to war meant uncertainty, upheaval, and fear for loved ones in the service.  But World War II also brought something that had been sorely missed for a decade or more jobs.   Month by month, war shook the United States out of the Depression.  If there was no work near home, people who had never left their hometown picked up their lives and move.  Families patched up old jalopies and set out for the factories of Detroit or the shipyards and aircraft plants on the Gulf and Pacific coats.

            An estimated 15.3 million Americans relocated.  The South boomed.   The population of Mobile, Alabama jumped more than 60 percent; that Norfolk, Virginia, almost 45 percent.   Nearly 2 million people moved to California.  And more than 7 million left rural areas, farmhands became soldiers and defense workers.  To compensate for the lost manpower, farmers upped their use of machines and fertilizersand grew some 30 percent more food in 1945 than in 1940,  thus keeping America feed and helping to feed its hungry Allies as well.

            Wherever the jobs wee, housing was at a premium.  Converted garages, attics, even chicken coops, rented for top dollar.  Newcomers took whatever space they could afford, whether in trailers, tents, or shantytowns.  Some workers lived in their cars.  Other rented “hot beds,” which cost 25 cents for eight hours when the day shift left in the morning to go to work, the night shift crawled into the vacated beds for some sleep.

            As the armed services drained millions of men from the labor force, women filled civilian jobs.  This often meant that neither parent could provide adequate child care,  and children became “eight-hour orphans,” left to fend for themselves in new and sometimes dangerous neighborhoods.

The End Begins for Adolf Hitler


The rosewood-panel dining car of Adolf Hitler was the pride of the German railway system.  On the evening of November 7, 1942, the train carrying that car stopped at a small station outside Munich.  Inside, at a tab le adorned with polished silverware and fresh flowers, sat the fuehrer himself.  Unexpectedly, a train of cattle cars pull alongside and stopped.  Hitler peered through his window.  Staring back at him through the slatted sides of the cars were what appeared to be human scarecrows, held together by tattered uniforms and blood-stained bandages.  They were wooded German soldiers returning from the Battle of Stalingrad, the Russian city that Hitler had ordered taken against the advice of most of his staff,  For an instant Hitler looked into the eyes of those who had been part of the 300,000-strong force he had sent to conquer Stalingrad.  Then he turned away abruptly from the window, ordered the shades to be drawn, and went on with his dinner.



This top secret Luftwaffe unit flew the most special missions with the most special aircraft

If Hitler had chosen to take a clear-eyed look at his nation’s fortunes, he might have seen the high tide of Germany’s invincibility beginning to ebb.  The unsuccessful siege of Stalingrad, then in its third bloody month, hinted strongly that the mighty German ground armies, hinted strongly that the mighty German ground armies that has swept victoriously from one end of Europe to the other were not unstoppable after all.  Moreover, as Allied air strength grew, the formidable Luftwaffe was losing the cler-cut advantage it had held at the war’s outset. 


By late 1942, however, as thousands of wounded soldiers returned from the eastern front, Germany’s short-lived halcyon days were over.   Hoping to hasten Hitler’s demise by breaking the spirit of his people, the Allies adopted a strategy of around-the-clock attacks, which some U.S. journalists dubbed terror bombing and which reached their height of fury in raids like the one on Dresden in February 1945.

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                      A Holocaust Survivor under Adolf Hitler’s Reign


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                                                                                                  Life inside a Holocaust Prison 

The camp intimates were mostly Jewish women and girls from Hungary and Rumania.  They were brought to Essen at the beginning of 1944 and were put to work at Krupps.  The accommodation and feeding of the camp prisoners was beneath all dignity.


…Reveille was at 5 a.m.  There was no coffee or any food served in the morning.  They marched off to the factory at 5:15 a.m.   They marched for three-quarters of an hour to the factory, poorly clothed and badly shod, some without shoes, and in rain or snow, covered in a blanket.  Work began at 6 a.m.  Lunch break was from 12 to 12:30 p.m.  Only during break was it at all possible for the prisoners to cook something for themselves from potato peeling and other garbage.  The daily working period was eleven hours.  The prisoners were often maltreated at their work-benched by Nazi overseers and female SS guards.”


Only the text is from Our Glorious Century, Reader’s Digest Association  

Shocking Scenes from the Holocaust


Death Camps and Nazi at Bay

As the Allies closed in, Adolf Hitler retreated to the Fuhrerbunker, a 19-room underground command center beneath the Reich Chancellery garden, in Berlin.


Führer's bunker
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           Hitler ordered movements for troops that had ceased to exist, and with members of his inner circle he studied astrological charts, searching for signs of a saving miracle.  He ranted against his generals and the German people.  Factories, railroads, reservoirs, and food supplies should be destroyed, Hitler commanded; if he was to perish, so must Germany.

          Meanwhile, the British and Americans were discovering a horror that made it difficult to show Germany any mercy:  the death camps.  On April 24 British soldiers entered the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and gazed in appalled disbelief at “a precinct littered with corpses, people dying of starvation.” 

 Bergen-Belsen concentration camp       




Buchenwald's main gate, with the slogan Jedem das Seine (literally, "to each his own", but figuratively "everyone gets what he deserves"). The slogan is legible only from inside the camp.



In the next few weeks Americans encountered similar spectacles at Buchenwald.





Corpses piled up behind the crematorium in Buchenwald concentration camp, April 1945


 At Dachau the scenes were so awful that enraged GI’’s executed some of  the SS guards on the spot.



Concentration camp

American troops guarding the main entrance to Dachau just after liberation, 1945



Happening behind those walls

                   Dachau Concentration Camp


Jewish inmate at Dachau
                      Jewish prisoners at Dachau





Jew Escapee – Notorious from an Auschwitz Death Camp – 1943


The Holocaust went beyond the moral imagination of man’s comprehension of evil. An escapee from one of the death camps under the Nazi German (Hitler’s Reign) in 1943 tried to explain the atrocities that he had experienced and witness in a Jewish Supreme Court before Justice Felix Frankfurters. The Justice stated, “I am unable to believe you,” When the escapee’s friend stood up and objected to Justice Frankfurter calling his friend a liar the Justice reinstated what he had previously stated, “I didn’t say the man was lying. I said that I was unable to believe him. There’s a difference.”

Adolf Hitler kept his promise to Germany

But Hitler’s megalomania could not stop the Allied bombing raids that were tearing apart is country and its people.  In July and August 1943, for example, the Allied launched a massive assault  on Hamburg, Germany ‘s largest port and second-largest port and second-largest  city.  Virtually nonstop for nine days, United States and British bombers unleashed their fury on Hamburg.   Both the city and population were devastated:  10 square miles lay in ruins and an estimated  50,000 civilians lost their lives.  Across the country, people feared that what happened to Hamburg could happen to them---and in many cases it did.


By the end of the war, most of Germany’s largest towns and cities were so ravaged by bombs that, true to Hitler’s promise, they were unrecognizable.



Republican General Dwight “Ike” David Eisenhower

(Later would become President of the United States)




Eisenhower & Allied Commanders at Rheims Surrender


Nothing less than full victory!”  General Eisenhower stated to the troops at an airfield in England


Tightening the Noose

” You are about to embark upon a great crusade!”  With these forceful, inspiring words, General Dwight David Eisehnower launched Opeeration Overlord against the Atlantic wall of German occuied Europe.  Beginning in the small hours of June 6, 1944, two days after the capute of Rome.  Operation Overloard eventually sent almost a million Allied troops across the English, Channel and into the invasion landng sites of Frances.  It was massive logistical undertaking put together piece by piece in deepest secrecy over the previous 13 months.

   Joseph Goebbdels, Hitler’s Propaganda Mister


Goebbels, German Federal  


On April 13 Joseph Goebbels, Hitler’s minister of propaganda, had telephoned the Fuhrer bunker in a state of wild excitement.  Their astrological studies had  convinced Hitler and his advisers that the second half of April would bring a dramatic turning point,  “My Fuehrer,” Gobbles exclaimed, “I congratulate you.  Roosevelt is dead!”  For once the Nazi propaganda master was telling the truth.

                                                                                    President Roosevelt’s Death – April 12, 1945

Tragedy had meanwhile struck the United States.  President Roosevelt, while relaxing at Warm Springs, Georgia suddenly died from a massive cerebral hemorrhage on April 12, 1945.  Leaderless citizens discussed the future anxiously, as bewildered, unbriefed Vice President Harry Truman took the helm.”

                                                                            Democrat President Harry S. Truman


The day before, Vice President Harry S. Truman had taken the presidential oath of office in the White House Cabinet Room.  He confirmed the war would continue until Germany and Japan surrendered unconditionally.

 The End of the Road for Adolf Hitler

 General Eisenhower and his Troops – April 1945

In March 1945, forward-driving American troops reached Germany’s Rhine River, where by incredibly good luck; they found one strategic bridge undemolished.   Pressing their advantage, General Eisenhower’s troops reached the Elbe River in April 1945.  There, a short distance south of Berlin, American and Soviet advance guards dramatically clasped hands.  

The conquering Americans were horrified to find blood-bespattered concentration camps, where the German Nazi had engaged in scientific mass murder of “undesirables,” including an estimated 6 million Jews.  The Washington Government had long been informed about Hitler’s campaign of genocide against the Jews and had been reprehensibly slow to take steps against it – such as bombing rail lines that carried the victims to the camps.  But until the war’s end, the full dimensions of the “Holocaust” were not known.  When the details were revealed, the whole world was aghast.

  Adolf Hitler’s Death

Front page of the U.S. Armed Forces newspaper, Stars and Stripes, 2 May 1945

Front page of the U.S. Armed Forces newspaper, Stars and Stripes, 2 May 1945

Adolf Hitler committed suicide by gunshot on 30 April 1945 in his Führerbunker in Berlin. His wife Eva (née Braun) committed suicide with him by ingesting cyanide.[ That afternoon, in accordance with Hitler's prior instructions, their remains were carried up the stairs through the bunker's emergency exit, doused in petrol and set alight in the Reich Chancellery garden outside the bunker.  The Soviet archives record that their burnt remains were recovered and interred in successive locations until 1970 when they were again exhumed, cremated and the ashes scattered.       



 The Warriors of the Spirit 

Excerpt - Our Glorious Century - Reader's Digest Association


Most who warned against Nazism on its own territory were unarmed civilians.  Some took action, such as hiding people wanted by the Gestapo.


Protestant Theologian Dietrich Bonhoeffer


Bonhoeffer led a double life.  While ostensibly working for Germany’s intelligence service, Bonhoeffer was at the same time transmitting messages to the British from anti-Nazi resistance leaders.  The Nazi eventually caught and executed him. 


Dietrich Bonhoeffer

Bonhoeffer in Germany, circa 1930s

   Other served by keeping a record 

Ann Frank – A German Jewish Teenager


The most celebrated of these witnesses.  The Frank family had fled Germany for Amsterdam in 1933 to get away from Nazism.  When the Nazis marched into Holland, Otto Frank hid his family for two years in the secret annex in his office building.  Upon learning of the hideout, the Gestapo took the Franks away to concentration camps in August 1944. All died except for Mr. Frank.  When he returned to Amsterdam in 1945, his faithful employee, Meip Gies, gave him Anne’s writings, which she had retrieved from the annex floor after the family’s hasty departure.  The Diary of a Young Girl remained the most vivid, warmly human document of the entire war.                                                                                               


Anne Frank

Anne Frank pictured in May 1942

 Elie Wiesel

  Wiesel resisted simply by living to become an eyewitness of Hitler’s atrocities.  A gifted child of Jewish parents in Romania, young Elie had already written a full-length Bible commentary when, at the age 15, he was taken to Auschwitz.  Survival in a death camp was a matter of luck.  Elie’s parents and sister perished.  Convinced that Providence had chosen him to bear witness to the Holocaust, the term he applied to the wholesale murder of Jews by the Nazi, Wiesel wrote his first book, Night which appeared in English in 1960.  A citizen of the United States since 1957, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1986.


Bonhoeffer, Wiesel, and Anne Frank were exceptional, but they were not alone.  There were many warriors of the spirit.  Most belonged to that unsung multitude that braved the Nazi terror and perished without leaving a trace.


Elie Wiesel

Wiesel at the 2012 Time 100


Germany Surrendered unconditionally


On May 7, 1945 what was left of the German government surrendered unconditionally. May 8 was officially proclaimed V-E (Victory I Europe) Day and was greeted with frenzied rejoicing in the Allied countries.



   The Devastation of Adolf Hitler’s Aftermath


Excerpt – Our Glorious Century – Reader’s Digest Association

The war had left a drastically changed world.  Western Europe lay in ruins.  World War I veteran Harry Truman remarked after seeing Berlin:  “I never saw such destruction.”  Churchill, whose own country was bankrupted, called Europe “a rubble heap, a charnel house, a breeding ground of pestilence and hate.”  Old nations had been swallowed up, new ones created.  Eastern Europe was falling increasingly under the influence of the Soviet Union; Japan’s empire had crumbled, along with the European colonial empires in the Far East.  And across the world, the Russians and the Americans eyed one another warily. 


Democrat President Harry Truman was waiting for Japan to surrender unconditionally 

The Climax of War II


 hThe Ultimate Victory Weapon – the B-29 

In April 1943, the trial took place on a desolate stretch of sand called Alamogordo, 200 miles south of Los Alamos.  A fireball with a core heat three times greater than the sun’s roared up from the desert floor, casting a glow so intense it could have been seen from Mars.  The vibrations rattled windows more than 200 miles away.  The only journalist present, William Lawrence of the New York Times, wrote ,”One felt as though one were present at the moment of creation when God said, “Let there be light.”


President Truman, at a summit conference in the Berlin suburb of Potsdam, passed to Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin.  The three Allied leaders issued a stern ultimatum to Tokyo, Japan:  surrender or suffer “complete and utter destruction.”  The Japanese made no reply.

So early on August 6, 1945, Colonel Paul W. Tibbets, Jr., lifter off the island of Tinian in Enola Gay, B-29 bomber he had named for his mother. 


B-29 Superfortress
A USAAF B-29 Superfortress.













He headed for Hiroshima, a Japanese seaport of 240,000 inhabitants.  In the plane’s belly rode a 9,000 pound atomic device nicknamed Little Boy.  At 8:17 a.m., Little Boy dropped toward its target, Hiroshima’s Aioli Bridge.  Moments later, fireball incinerated everybody and everything within 2,000 yards of the bridge.  Outside the radius the wounded lay writhing and

screaming. Entire trains were flung off their tracks like toys. The remains of factories sailed skyward in a whirlwind of air.



Hiroshima aftermath

, World War II


Two photos of atomic bomb mushroom clouds, over two Japanese cities in 1945.




Three days later a second atom bomb fell upon Nagasaki. Japan was finished.  A sorrowing Emperor Hirohito told his war council, “I cannot bear to see my innocent people suffer any longer, “and announced his decision to surrender.




The official ceremony, on Sunday, September 2, 1945, had the formal pomp of a scene from grand opera.  Eleven tight-lipped Japanese emissaries climbed aboard the battleship Missouri, anchored I Tokyo Bay, and signed the instruments of surrender while thousands of U.S. servicemen looked on.  Then the Japanese departed as silently as they had arrived.

Representatives of Japan stand aboard USS Missouri prior to signing of the Instrument of Surrender.    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_Instrument_of_Surrender


World War II had officially ended


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The Holocaust Survivors’ Question

‘Humanitarian Sympathy’ was President Truman unwavering decision for Israel Homeland against his own State and Defense Departments and the Arabs' Wreath

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A resolute Democrat President Harry Truman made another fateful decision in 1948.  Access to Middle Eastern oil was crucial to European recovery and increasingly to the United States economy.  Yet the Arab Oil countries adamantly opposed the creation of the Jewish State of Israel in the British mandate territory of Palestine.  Defying Arab’s wreath and his own State and Defense Departments, Truman officially recognized the State of Israel on the day of its birth, May 14, 1948.  Humanitarian sympathy for the Jewish survivors of the Holocaust ranked high among his reasons, as did his wishes for preempt Soviet influence I the Jewish State and to retain the support of American Jewish voters.  Truman’s policy of strong support for Israel would vastly complicate United States relations with the Arab world in the decades ahead.

Arab's Wreath Against America

America's policy of backing Israel against its oil rich neighbors extracted a heavy penalty.


Oregon gasoline dealers displayed signs explaining the flag policy in the winter of 1973–74  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_Oil_Embargo


 Carving out a New Nation

The State of Israel

The Arab League with the uncleaned hands: Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Transjordan, and Yemen were responsible for Palestine losing its homeland.

Our Glorious Century - Reader Digest's Association 1994 (Before the Liberals rewrote the history books)

Although keeping the soviets in check dominated America’s foreign policy in the postwar era, another issue demanded prompt attention: How to compensate the Jewish survivors of the Holocaust.

Since the 19thCentury, Jewish Zionist leaders had been pressing for a homeland for their people in Palestine, site of the ancient kingdom of Israel. Beginning in the 1920’s, great numbers of Jews immigrated to the largely Arab region; as the Nazis rose to power, Jewish refugees poured in.

When World War II ended, Britain, which had controlled Palestine since 1918, referred the question of the Jewish state to the United Nations. In November 1947 the United Nations voted to divide Palestine into two states, Arab and Jewish, responsibility for which would be turned over to the United Nations within six months.

Jews around the world celebrated the decision, and Arabs condemned it as a declaration of war. President Truman, along with most Americans, supported the Zionist cause. Secretary of State George C. Marshall argued for a United Nation trusteeship until the differences between Palestinians and Jews could be resolved; he called attention to the growing value of Middle East oil reserves and asserted that partition could lead to war, possibly involving the Soviets.

 George C.  Marshall                                                                    

George Marshall



The choice Great Britain thought partition unworkable, Dr. Chaim Weizmann, who would become Israel’s first president, wrote Truman a letter urging:


1st President of Israel

      Photo -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaim_Weizmann


"Our people, Mr. President, are between statehood and extermination. History and providence have placed this issue in your hands and I am confident that you will yet decide in the spirit of moral law."

The next day five Arab states invaded Israel. For the first time in more than 2,000 years, the Jews had an independent homeland, but at the price of unending turmoil in the Middle East.

Israel became a nation with David Ben-Gurion as Prime Minister and Chaim Weizmann as President. War erupted with Arab League. 4000,000 Palestinian refugees fled from Israel to nearby Arab countries, creating the long-standing Palestinian homeland problem.

The Arab League, a loose alliance of Arab Nations, founded to advanced Arab unity; its original members were:

Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Transjordan, and Yemen.

Excerpt – Our Glorious Century – Reader’s Digest Association

The Six Day War between the Arabs and Israel

In the 1960's hostalities between Israel and the neighboring Arab nations in the Middle East esclated.  Commandos from Sryria and Jordan mounted an unrelenting barrage of border raids on the Jewish state.  Israel retaliated forcefully and, by early 1967, had won decisive victories in battles aganist the Arab aggressors.  Egyptian president Gamal Adel Nasser ordered United Nations troops to leave the Arab-Israel border and sent Egyptian troops into the Siani in preparation for all-out war.


                          Israeli reconnaissance forces from the "Shaked" unit in Sinai during the war.


Then, on June 5, 1967, Israel struck without warning.  The Israelis wiped out or severely damaged four enemy airfields and annihilated the Egyptian army.  They occupied  the Sinai Peninsyla and annexed the Egyptian army.  They occupied the Sinai Peninsula and anneed the Gaza Strip (Egypt), East Jerusalem and the West Bank (Jordan), and the Golan Heights (Syria).

The Six-Day War dealt a crippling  lw to the Arab states.  Their ally, the Soviet Union, also suffered a serious embrrassment, but, thank Soviet Premier Aleksey Kosygin's first time use of the hotline to the United States, a suuperpower confrontation was averted.


Genesis , 36:8-12

"On Jacob's arrival from Paddab-aran, God appeared to him again and blessed him.  God said to him:  "You whose name is Jacob shall no longer be called Jacob, but Israel shall be your name,"  Thus he was named Israel.  God also said to him:  "I am God Almighty; be fruitful and multiply,  A nation, indeed an assembly of nations, shall stem from you, and kings shall issue from your loins.  The land I once gave to Abraham and Issac I now give to you; And to your descandants after you will I give this land."  Then God departed from him.          

The Promised Land                              

The Covenant between God and Abraham

Map showing an interpretation of the borders of the Land of Israel, based on scriptural verses found in Numbers 34 and Ezekiel 47

The Holocaust Survivors could have lashed out at the World through Revenge; they went on to build the second greatest Nation  that  God had ever given man - Israel out a "scorpion desert.                                                                                                                  


The Beginning of the Arab’s Revenge of the Isaac’s Covenant

                                                           Ishmael the oldest son of Abraham and Hagar, the Egyptian Slave Woman 

  Sarah noticed the son of Hagar the Egyptian had borne to Abraham playing with her son Isaac, so she demanded of Abraham: “  Drive out that slave and her son! No son of that Slave is going to share the inheritance with my son Isaac!”              



Mike Pence: Time for this Administration to Stop Bullying Israel 

Obama bows to Saudia Arabia

As Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived in the U.S. Obama refused the customary photo-op – for the second time since Obama mounted the Oval Office. This ungracious, insolent and calculating behavior by this racist president will not serve him well.

The Muslim mindset is that you abuse, and intimidate, demean and denigrate your enemy, and you make the humiliation as public as possible. That’s why Muslim women are stoned and flogged in public. It’s why Islam hangs gays and Westerners from cranes and bridges and leaves them for the buzzards. Obama has tried to verbally flog Israel, but Mr. Netanyahu will only go so far. He has reached his limit and his demeanor showed it. Enough is enough. Israel has always done what it must do, and won’t take a crap sandwich from the bowing and fawning Obama


Genesis 16:12

He shall be a wild ass of a man, his hand against everyone, and everyone’s hand against him. In opposition to all his kin shall encamp.”

Genesis, 17:18-22 

Then Abraham said to God, “Let but Ishmael live on by your favor!” God replied, “As for Ishmael, I am heeding you:   I hereby bless, I will make him fertile and will multiply him exceedingly. He shall become the Father of twelve chieftains, and I will make him a great nation.  But my Covenant I will maintain with Isaac, whom Sarah shall bear to you by this time next year. “When He finished speaking with him, God departed from Abraham.

Revelation 16:14-16.

These were the demonic spirits who performed signs.  They went out to the kings of the whole world to assemble them for the battle on the great day of God the Almighty.  (Behold, I am coming like a thief.   Blessed is the one who watches and keeps his clothes ready, so that he may not go naked and people see him exposed.)  They then assembled the kings in the place that is named Armageddon in Hebrew.                                                              New American Bible – St Joseph Medium Size Edition - 1969

    God's word was final then and now! T he Bible has been fulfilled of God's Covenant with Israel. “No weapon formed against the State of Israel shall profit.”  

Chapter 2.

Unresolved Repentance of Slavery

 A soul without light driven by Revenge

  "America is a downright mean Country!” Words spoken by the First Lady Michelle Obama before her husband Democrat Barack Obama was elected President in 2008.



The Slave Trade by David Killngray

Rev. Martin Luther King – the leader who was imprisoned in Birmingham, Alabama in 1963 for leading a Black Protest March, here arguing for non-violent protests:

“I stand in the middle of two opposing forces in the Negro community. One is the force of complacency made up of Negroes who have been so completely drained of self-respect that they have adjusted to segregation.”


 The NAACP    -  http://www.apoliticalawakening.com/naacp.html

   and those Negroes who profit by segregation.”

                                                                    Michelle Obama: America is ‘Just Downright Mean’

 By Noel Sheppard | March 05, 2008 | 10:29

As NewsBusters previously reported, the wife of Democrat presidential candidate Barack Obama isn't very proud of her country.

Two weeks after making her disdain for the nation clear during a campaign speech for her husband in Wisconsin, Michelle further debased America by saying that we're a country that is "just downright mean.

Obama begins with a broad assessment of life in America in 2008, and life is not good: we're a divided country, we're a country that is "just downright mean," we are "guided by fear," we're a nation of cynics, sloths, and complacent. "We have become a nation of struggling folks who are barely making it every day," she said, as heads bobbed in the pews. "Folks are just jammed up, and it's gotten worse over my lifetime. And, doggone it, I'm young. Forty-four!"

Oh, woe is her! Just listen to how deluded this person is:

"You're looking at a young couple that's just a few years out of debt," Obama said. "See, because, we went to those good schools, and we didn't have trust funds. I'm still waiting for Barack's trust fund. Especially after I heard that Dick Cheney was s'posed to be a relative or som e thing. Give us something here!"

Dr.  Martin Luther King continued:

'The other force is one of bitterness and hatred. It is expressed in the various Black Nationalist groups, the largest and best known being Elijah Muhammad’s Muslim Movement."

Elijah Muhammad
Elijah Muhammad speaking in 1964.
Leader of the Nation of Islam
In office


Dr. King  continued:

"This movement is nourished by the frustration over the continued existences of racial discrimination. I have tried to stand between these two forces saying there is a more excellent way of love and non-violence protest. If this philosophy had not emerged, I am convinced that by now many streets of the South would be flowing with floods of blood.”

The Architect of the Civil Right Movement started in the 1950’s

Republican President Dwight David Eisenhower Administration

Snapshots of the Civil Right Movement


President Eisenhower appointed Earl Warren, governor of California , Chief  Justice of the Supreme Court.

The Supreme Court cancels “Separate but Equal Supreme Court, in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, calls for an end to “separate but equal” public schools.  The Supreme Court unanimous 1954 Decision on public school segregation ruled separate educational facilities “inherently unequal” and set in motion a civil rights revolution that changed the nation forever.


  Linda Brown                                             

NAACP lawyer Thurgood Marshall thought he had a good case to challenge the segregation laws.  At the heart of the issue was the argument that “separate but equal” facilities---hospitals, public transportation, schools----fulfilled the Constitution’s promise to uphold the rights of all citizens.  In practice, black schools were poorly funded and back teachers were underpaid.  “We conclude that in the field of public education….’separate but equal’   has no place,” wrote Chief Justice Earl Warren in 1954 in an opinion signed by all nine justices.  In 1955 the Court unanimously directed the states to desegregate public schools” with all deliberate speed.”

Thurgood Marshall


Rosa Park refused to give up seat in “white only” bus section in Montgomery, Alabama; 27 year old Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., leads bus boycott.    In a matter of days, 90 percent of black bus riders were walking, carpooling, or bicycling to their destinations.  During the 381-day boycott, King’s jouse was bombed and he was jailed twice:  for conspiring to organize an illegal boycott and for a  minor traffic violation. 

Rosa Parks in 1955, with Martin Luther King, Jr. in the background - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosa_Parks

November 1956

The Supreme Court ruled against the bus company.


Congress passes Civil Rights Act, establishing a federal Civil Rights Commission and a civil rights division in the attorney general’s office.

Arkansas governor Orval Faubus called up National Guard to keep black students out of Central High in Little Rock; Eisenhower sent federal troops to enforce desegregation.


                                                     Faubus speaking to a crowd protesting the integration of Little Rock schools- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orval_Faubus


Earl Warren was in his first year as chief justice when the Court issued the historic school desegregation decision.  On May 17, 1957, more than 15,000 people, including Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Roy Wilkins, gathered in Washington to mark the third anniversary of the decision.

Martin Luther King, Jr., formed Southern Christian Leadership Conference.




Supreme Court rules Little Rock school closing unlawful

                            Lastly, Americans and the world were introduced to Hollywood version of Slavery

Roots! The ugliest form of Slavery imaginable!

Excerpt – Our Glorious Century- Reader’s Digest Association

“Haley came on the scene when Negroes were becoming obsessed with their African ancestry and were having overwrought reactions to a tale of slavery that always, conveniently, left out the crucial role of the cooperative and profiting Africans.”

For eight consecutive nights at the end of January 1977, American sat mesmerized. Businessmen cancelled meetings; movie houses remained half empty, and even Congress went home early.   No one wanted to miss a single episode of Roots, a brutal and riveting 12-hour epic of slavery in America, based on Alex Haley’s best-selling family history and starring newcomer Lear Burton. Viewers had seen other multipart dramas, to be sure, usually on public television; but Roots was the first true megahit. Some 130 million American watched at least part of it, giving ABC it highest one-week rating ever. And a new TV staple, the miniseries, came into being.

Update – on Roots - The damage of lies had been done!

Slavery had painted an ugly stained on America as “Evil, and Unjust” in the eyes of many generations to come especially amongst Black America.

 Alex Haley's Fraudulent Roots

  "History is written by the winners.”


Sunday, 11 March 2012 22:50

In fact, to describe Roots merely as “fiction” is to treat Haley with more charity than he deserves. In at least three critical respects, Haley was downright dishonest.

Alex Haley and the History of Slavery

Black commentator Stanley Crouch doesn’t mince words when it comes to Alex Haley. Haley, Crouch insists, was a “ruthless hustler” and “one of the biggest damn liars this country has ever seen.” Crouch likens Haley to Tawana Brawley, the young black woman who infamously lied about being raped and humiliated by a white police officer. Like the lie concocted by Brawley and abetted by the likes of Al Sharpton, Haley’s story is also a “hoax” that beautifully illustrates “how history and tragic fact can be pillaged by an individual willing to exploit whatever the naïve might consider sacred.”

Crouch explains: “Haley came on the scene when Negroes were becoming obsessed with their African ancestry and were having overwrought reactions to a tale of slavery that always, conveniently, left out the crucial role of the cooperative and profiting Africans.”

This piece of deception, however, is part and parcel of a much larger web of the same.



   The Hidden Truth Behind Slavery


  The Black Slave Owner at the beginning of Slavery   In 1620

The first Negroes were brought to Virginia.

An animation showing the free/slave status of U.S. states and territories, 1789-1861. The Civil War

                           America’s First Slave Owner was a Black Man


                                                                                                Anthony Johnson  

Anthony Johnson was an Angolan held as an indentured servant by a merchant in the Colony of Virginia in 1620, but later freed to become a successful tobacco farmer and owner. Notably, he was the first to hold a black African servant as a slave in the mainland American colonies. Upon his death in 1670 a court ruled that he was "a negro and by consequence, an alien", and the colony seized his land.



                                                                                    THE BLACK SLAVE OWNERS

                                                                                                                                                                      By Joseph E. Holloway

The majority of black slave owners were members of the mulatto class, and in some cases were the sons and daughters of white slave masters. Many of the mulatto slave owners separated themselves from the masses of black people and attempted to establish a caste system based on color, wealth, and free status. According to Martin Delany, the colored community of Charleston City clung to the assumptions of the superiority of white blood and brown skin complexion.



Few of the early families had servants. Occasionally a well-to-do family had an indentured servant. These poor people from England who were willing to bind themselves to work for a period of year to pay for being brought to the colony. Usually the period of years to pay for being brought to the colony. Usually the period for indenture was for three to five years. At the end of the period of service the servant became a freeman.    In New England colonies there were also a few slaves.   These were either Negroes or Indianans who had been captured at war.



The Antislavery Movement - The Slavery Question


In the first half of the Nineteenth Century (1800-1850) witnessed a great change in the attitude toward the weak, the unfortunate, and the helpless. People began to realize that all the boys and girls in the United States must have an opportunity to go to school. To give them this opportunity, the public schools, supported by taxation, were created.

In the South thousands of Negroes were in a state of slavery. Many people believed that it was wrong to hold human beings bondage.

Excerpt – American History Marshall - 1935


                                                                                 The Early Movement Against Slavery

Of all the reform movements, that against slavery was the most important. Antislavery societies existed before the American Revolution, but for many years, they increased slowly in number, and by 1830 there were not over a hundred societies.




 Joseph Jenkins Roberts, born in Virginia, was the first president of Liberia, which was founded in 1822 for freed Amrican  slaves                                                                                            


 Many people believed that the wisest course was to send the Negroes back to Africa. To bring this about a society was formed. Lands on the West Coast of Africa were selected for the Negro colony of Liberia. About a thousand Negroes were sent to Africa, but most of them soon died. The attempt had not been a success, and people began to realize that the slavery problem could not be solved in that way.


The painting of the 1840 Anti-Slavery Society Convention at Exeter Hallhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anti-Slavery_Society


The antislavery movement in the Old Northwest - Ohio

In the Old Northwest, and especially in Ohio, the antislavery movement spread rapidly. Many Methodist and Baptist ministers preached sermons against Slavery. At the Lane Theological Seminary in Cincinnati a debate on abolition attracted wide attention. The trustees attempted to stop the public debate on abolition attracted wide attention. The trustees attempted to stop the public debate; four-fifths of the students then moved to the Oberlin Collegiate Institute, now known as Oberlin College Institute, now known as Oberlin College. Oberlin allowed “people of color” to enter the institution.

The Plantations

The smaller plantations were managed by the owners, and frequently the master and his sons worked with the slaves. On large plantations the field supervision was usually given to an overseer who was assisted by one or more slave foreman. If a man owned several plantations, he usually had an overseer in charge of each.

Owners instructed their overseers to look after the well-being of the slaves, to see that the slave quarters were kept clean, that the food and clothing were sufficient, and that the sick were given attention. The overseers were to maintain obedience and to see that tasks were maintain obedience and to see that tasks were punctually and carefully performed They were warned not to be cruel, and if punishment were necessary, to give it when they were not angry. In spite of instructions there were occasional cases of cruelty. The most common type of punishment was whipping

The Slaves

Although he was in a state of slavery, the Negro of plantation days was usually happy. He was fond of the company of others and liked to sing, dance, crack jokes, and laugh; he admired bright colors and was proud to wear a red and yellow bandana. He wanted to be praised, and he was loyal to a kind master or overseer. He was never in a hurry, and was always ready to let things go until the morrow. Most of the planters learned that not the whip, but loyalty, based upon pride, kindness, and rewards, brought the best returns. If slaves was overworked or was ill-treated, he was apt to run away

The Underground Railroad 

In 1793, Congressed had passed a Fugitive Slave Law. This provided that the owner of a slave or his attorney could arrest a runaway and take him before a judge. If the evidence showed that the fugitive was the property of the man who claimed him, the owner could take the runaway back to the South. If anyone helped the runaway, he was subject to a fine of five hundred dollars. This law was disliked in the North, but law-abiding citizens believed that it should be obeyed.

Ohio River

Ohio River
The widest point on the Ohio River is just west of Downtown Louisville, where it is one mile (1.6 km) wide


The abolitionists’ frequency disobeyed it. If a runaway slave was so fortunate was to get north of the Ohio River, he frequently found abolitionists who were ready to help him to get to the northern border. The abolitionists finally arranged a system of secret stations and regular routes to assist the runaways. This system became known as The Underground Railroad. Probably 50,000 Negroes, valued in the South at $30,000,000, escaped by the Underground Railroad.


The Cabin in which Republican Abraham Lincoln was born


The reconstructed "Lincoln Log Cabin" in 2009



The story of the life of the man who, from these humble surroundings, rose to the presidency is one of the most fascinating biographies in American history.


 Beveridge in his Abraham Lincoln thus describes the cabin in which Lincoln was born:


The earth was the floor of that shelter. The roof of rough slabs was held in place by poles and stones. In the long walls a small square opening, possibly covered with greased paper, let in a scant, dim light. Two long, broad slabs, fastened together and attached by hinges of wood or of hide to the side of a cut in the walls high enough for a man to pass through, served as door.

Snapshot of Lincoln’s Bio


Lincoln was a typical son of the frontier.  He was born in 1809 in a cabin in Kentucky.  When he was eight years old the family moved to Indiana.  Of that day Lincoln wrote:

We settled in an unbroken forest, and the clearing away of surplus wood was the great task ahead. I, though very young, was large of my age, and had an axe put into my hands at once.” Lincoln had little opportunity to go to school. He once said: “I now think that the aggregate of all my schooling did not amount tone year.” In spite of this he loved to read, and he borrowed books from anyone who would lend them to him. By the light of an open fire he educated himself. When he was nineteen years old, he made a trip to New Orleans on a flatboat. When he was twenty-one years old, the Lincoln family moved to Illinois. On the Sangamon River about ten miles from Decatur the family settled. Lincoln says: “Here they built a log cabin…..and broke the ground, and raised a crop of sown corn upon it in the same year.


Lincoln had grown into a tall, lank, but powerful man. He became famous for his ability to split rails.  He loved to wrestle and could throw any man in the neighborhood.  After a second trip to New Orleans he returned to Illinois, where he became a store-keeper and postmaster.   He used his spare time to study law.  His remarkable power of speaking clearly and forcibly brought him success, not only as a lawyer but as a public speaker. 

In 1834 Lincoln was elected to the Illinois legislature and soon became one of its most prominent members.  Lincoln opened a law office at Springfield, and there he resided until called to the highest office in the land.  In a846 he became a member of Congress, where he served one term.  For several years devoted himself to the practice of law, but he continued to take a keen interest in politics.  The Kansas-Nebraska Act aroused him.  He determined to oppose Douglas, who, more than any other man had been responsible for the act.  Lincoln disliked slavery, but he had never been an abolitionist.  He was opposed to the extension of slavery into the territories.  He became the Republican candidate for the senatorship.

Viewpoint of the South regarding Slavery

The Antislavery Movement at first found many sympathizers in the South. But with the development of the cotton industry, supporters of the movement became fewer and few, and by 1830 it was practically decade in the cotton belt.

 Nat Turner’s Uprising


Nat Turner captured by Mr. Benjamin Phipps, a local farmer


In 1831, a slave preacher named Nat Turner started an uprising in South, sixty Southampton, Country, Virginia. Before the Negroes were subdued, 60 white people had been killed. A feeling of dread swept over the plantation country. From that time on the people of the South feared slave uprising and felt that the actinides of the abolitionists might bring on other slave insurrections, The Under-ground Railroad was the source of continual irritation to the South. The planters felt deeply the loss of slaves. Many prominent Southerners defended slavery. They believed that it helped both races, and they argued that in the South the Negroes were better cared for than the White laborers of the North.                                                                         



The Slavery Question Reopened

Uncle Tom’s Cabin

Political leaders had hoped that the Compromise of 1850 had settled the Slavery question for all time. But the leaders could not control public opinion. The North was gradually being won over to the view that Slavery must be abolished. The struggle over slavery in the territories had won thousands for the abolition cause.


The abolition movement was greatly strengthened by the appearance of a book which became a bestseller of its day. This was Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom Cabin. It was not a true picture of life in the South, but it was interesting story and was accepted as true in the North. It made the slave owner and the slave trader odious to the people of the North, and awakened a feeling of sympathy and pity for the slaves.                                                           

Excerpt - Exploring the New World – Follett Publishing Company - 1953

In 1854 Lincoln began to see that the Nation would have to decide soon what it was going to do about slavery. He felt that no country could live half slave (the South) and half free (the North). Lincoln began to make speeches against the spread of slavery into new territories



  The Dred Scott Decision - 1856                              

Portrait of Dred Scott. Lincoln denounced the Supreme Court decision in Dred Scott v. Sandford as part of a conspiracy to extend slavery.


When the excitement of the election had subsided and quiet appeared to be settling over Kansas, the North was suddenly aroused by the decision of the Supreme Court in the Dred Scott Case. Scott was a slave who was taken by his owner from Missouri to Illinois, and later to Minnesota. Eventually he was taken back to Missouri. Scott sued for his freedom on the ground that residence in a free state had made him free. 


The Case came before the Supreme Court for final decision. Chief Justice Taney handed down the opinion that Scott was not a citizen; therefore he could not sue in a United States court. The Chief Justice also declared that the Constitution projected property and that there was no difference between slaves and other property. It was therefore the opinion of Taney that the Missouri Compromise was “not warrant by the Constitution” and was void. Henceforth Congress could not prevent slavery from spreading into a territory. Since Congress, which created the territories, could not exclude slavery, the people of a territory could not, for they would have a power higher than the body which created their government. Thus Taney’s decision destroyed the principle of popular sovereignty.


The Republican Party started in the Old Northwest

On July 6, 1854, a group of antislavery men meet at Jackson, Michigan. They adopted the name Republican, drew up resolution denouncing the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, and demanded the repeal of the Fugitive Slave Law and the Kansas-Nebraska Act. Similar conventions met in Ohio, Indiana, and Wisconsin. In New York, New England, and the Old Northwestern many Whigs and Free-Soilers joined the Republicans.


A Divided Country

The Kansas-Nebraska Act aroused Republican Abraham Lincoln. (In 1854 Congress passed an act which provided for two territories, Kansas and Nebraska. In these territories the settlers were to decide for themselves the question of slavery or freedom. He was determined to oppose Democrat Senator Stephen A. Douglas, who, more than any other man, had been responsible for the act, The Slavery question was again before the people as a great issue. 


The Lincoln-Douglas Debates

The first debate was held at Ottawa.  At Freeport Lincoln asked Douglas to answer this question –

“Can the people of a United States territory, in any lawful way, against the wish of any citizen of the United States, exclude slavery from its limits, prior to the formation of a state constitution?”

Douglas answered that in his opinion they could exclude it. 

            “No matter what the decision of the Supreme Court may be…, still the right of the people to make a slave territory or a free territory is perfect and complete under the Nebraska Bill.”

The reply of Douglas destroyed all possibility of his making peace with the Southern Democrats, and therefore, made it certain that he would never President.  Douglas succeeded in winning the senatorship, but Lincoln, though defeated in the election, emerged from the senatorial campaign as the leader of the Republican Party.


Lincoln’s Famous Speech


“”A house divided against itself cannot stand.’ I believe this Government cannot endure permanently half slave and half free. I do not expect the Union to be dissolved---I do not expect the house to fail—but I do expect it will cease to be divided. It will become all one, or all the other. From that time on Lincoln was a national figure, to which the Republicans looked more and more for leadership.”



Hosea 4:6

My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge: because thou hast rejected knowledge, I will also reject thee, that thou shalt be no priest to me: seeing thou hast forgotten the law of thy God, I also will forget thy children.” 

Note – This is extremely important!

America has been traveling back in time at lightning speed since Democrat President Barack Obama took office in January 2009.  Sarah Palin is going to hit the “bull eye” just where we were when she made the statement listed below.  After I finish “Reckless Spending” in Post Slavery, I will come back and connect where we have actually landed since Sarah's statement was reality of President Obama taking us back before the Civil War days at that time.

Sarah Palin Accuses President Obama of Taking the US Back to the Civil War Days


March  2012

Former Alaskan governor Sarah Palin went on stage at the Conservative Political Action Conference this week right before telling Fox News that she believes that President Obama is seeking to take America back to the days before the Civil War. Palin said that all are “created equal” and that Obama is harming America by creating divides based on both race and income.

What we can glean from this is an understanding of why we are on the road that we are on. Again, it’s based on what went into his thinking, being surrounded by radicals. You could hearken back to the days before the Civil War, when too many Americans believed that not all men were created equal. It was the Civil War that began the codification of the truth that here in America, yes, we are equal and we all have equal opportunities, not based on the color of our skin. You have equal opportunity to work hard and to succeed and to embrace the opportunities, the God-given opportunities, to develop resources and work extremely hard and as I say, to succeed. Now, it has taken all these years for many Americans to understand that the gravity, those mistakes that took place before the Civil War and why the Civil War had to really start changing America. What Barack Obama seems to want to do is go back before those days when we were in different classes based on income, based on color of skin.  Why are we allowing our country to move backwards instead of moving forward with the understanding that as our charters of liberty spell out for us, we are all created equally?



 You Tube – President Obama’s Revenge –    “Voting is the best revenge.”    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ShdiYQ1EHvA  


                  The Black Slave Owners until the end of the Civl War between the North and the South

                                          In 1861 Black Slave owner William Ellison had 61 slaves

William Ellison

William Ellison


William Ellison Jr, born April Ellison, (C. April, 1790 – 5 December 1861) was a free Negro and former slave in South Carolina who achieved success in business as a cotton gin maker and blacksmith before the American Civil War. He eventually became a major planter and one of the largest property owners, and certainly the wealthiest black property owner, in the state.  He held 60 slaves at his death and more than 1,000 acres of land.




What was the South’s answer to Lincoln’s Election?

Excerpt Exploring the New World

South Carolina did not wait to find out what Lincoln would do about slavery.  In December 1860, before Lincoln took office, South Carolina decided to secede.  This means that she decided to leave the Union and govern herself. Soon afterward Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, and Texas also seceded from the Union.

In February 1861, representatives from these states met and formed a new government which they called the Confederate State of America.  Later four other Southern states joined the Confederacy.  They chose Jefferson Davis to be their president.


Slaves to the Past through Revenge and Entitlements won the Civil War over the American Dream and Love of Country on Election Night – November 6, 2012    

America had made a complete circle. This stained Quilt of an American tragedy has come to pass.  May God have mercy on America as she struggles on the life support with President Obama's heel pressed against her throat.  


                                                                                Chapter  3.  Third Quilt

Post Slavery – The Reckless Spending of the People’s Money Created America’s First Fiscal Cliff


Have you ever wondered what happened after Republican President Abraham Lincoln freed the Slaves in 1865?


Since President Obama took office in 2009, we have often heard from Blacks, Hollywood, the Liberals, and the Media of what occurred during Slavery.  Somehow the Slavery they portrayed had such an inauspicious setting no one publicly asked, “What happened after Republican President Abraham Lincoln freed the Slaves?   The answer would have been shocking!  It also brought about the Fifteenth Amendment of Voting which has been highly abused that’s destroying the Electorate College to tilt in favor of the Democrat Party in Presidential elections.

The answer was hidden in a simple plain burgundy hard covered history book by author and Professor of History, Thomas M. Marshall, Washington University, St. Louis Missouri, published in 1935.  The book was entitled, American History Marshall.  Professor Marshall was born in 1876; 11 years after President Lincoln freed the Slaves during Post Slavery.  This book was an Act of God moment given to me in early 2012 which revealed the first Fiscal Cliff faced was the “Reckless Spending” by Black Legislators who were voted into power after the Civil War that almost destroyed America.   It took 31 years for America to recover from the First Fiscal Cliff!  31 years, I kid you not!

The South had not recovered from the Civil War, and the people were in no position to pay heavy taxes.  But the Negro legislators never thought of that, and they recklessly voted the people’s money away.  The debts of the Southern states increased by leaps and bounds, and the Southern whites were powerless under the law to stop the mad career of the men in office.”

A Prelude to Post Slavery

 “With malice toward none, with charity for all, with firmness in the right, as God gives us to see the right, let us strive on to finish the work we are in; to bind up the nation’s wounds; to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow, and his orphan—to do all which may achieve and cherish a just and lasting peace, among ourselves, and with all nations.”

       Abraham Lincoln

Excerpt  - American History

                                                                                                                                                  Cost of the Civil War in Lives

The four year war cost thousands of lives.  It has been estimated that 110,000 Northern soldiers were killed in battle and that over 250,000 died from wounds or diseases.  Probably nearly as many Southern soldiers gave their lives.  In addition to this, thousands were crippled and many lives were shortened by wounds, disease, and the exposure suffered in camps and prisons or on the field of battle.

      The Cost in Money and Property

During the four years of war the United States government spent about three and half billion dollars.  At times the expenditures were over two million a day.  To this must be added millions of dollars paid in pensions to soldiers, and many millions more in interest paid on money borrowed by the government.  The Confederacy also spent huge sums.  Most of the fighting occurred in the South and there property of immense value was destroyed.  When the war ended the Confederacy was millions of dollars in debt—a debt that has never been paid.

                                                                                                                                                    The Work of the Women

The war left a trail of misery and sorrow behind it, a trail that was wet with blood and tears.  While men were fighting in the armies, women were carrying a heavy burden.  With brave faces both breaking hearts wives saw their husbands depart for the front.  Mothers bade goodbye to sons who might never return.  Many of the Northern women took the places of men in the fields, the stores, and the factories.  In the South most ove the slave were kept at work, but the women had to run the plantations.  Thousands of women nursed the wounded and the sick.  In camps, hospitals, and prisons they did all that was in their power to help relieve the suffering.

In both North and South the women kitted and sewed for the soldiers, and rolled bandages and scraped lint for dressing of wounds.  The Northern women saw little of actual warfare, but many a Southern woman heard the roar of cannon, witnessed the pillaging of towns, and plantations, and watched the burring of her home.

Lincoln’s Plan -1862   The President believed that no state had a right to secede from the Union.  He believed that when he pardoned the officials, the people of a rebellion state should be allowed to form a government, and elect senators and representatives who would take seats in Congress.


The Battle at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania July 1-3 1863

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The Battle of Gettysburg was fought July 1–3, 1863, in and around the town of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.  The battle was the largest number of casualties in the American Civil War, with the two armies suffering between 46,000 and 51,000 casualties. It is often described as the war’s turning point. Union Maj. Gen .George Gordon Meade’s Army of the Potomac defeated attacks by Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia, endings Lee’s invasion of the North.


 Address Delivered at the Dedication of the Cemetery at Gettysburg
Republican President Abraham Lincoln
November 19, 1863


Lincoln's Gettysburg Address As It Really Sounded    Click on link below


Lincoln’s Plan

On December 8, 1963, Lincoln issueed a "Proclamation of Amnesty and Reconstruction" in which his policy was announced.  With the exception of the higher officers, and a few others, he offered pardon to those in rebellion, if they would swear loyalty to the Union and accept the idea that Slavery was at an end.  When a number of the citizens of a state equal to one-tenth of those who had voted in 1860 took the oath of loyalty, they might establish a government.  A convention was called which drew up a constitution that abolished Slavery.  A state government was established in Arkansas, and the Unionists of eastern Tennessee took a similar step.  Lincoln also recognized a Unionist government in Virginia.                                                                                                                        

Congress Attempt to Control - December 1863                                                     

Republican President Lincoln’s Amnesty Proclamation was criticized by many Republicans who thought that the President was too kind to the South.  Some of them not only wanted all of the slaves freed, but they also declared that the Negro (Black) should be given the right to vote.  They believed that reconstruction should be the work of Congress and not of the President.  Congress passed  bill which provided that temporary governments be established in recovered states, and that permanent government be set up when half of the white males citizens had taken an oath of loyalty to the Union. 

The election of 1864 – President Lincoln was reelected by an overwhelming majority.

The Thirteenth Amendment – by the end of January, 1865.

Congress had approved the Thirteenth Amendment of the Constitution, thus doing away with Slavery in every part of the United States. During the year the Amendment was accepted by the necessary three-fourths of the states.

The Freedmen’s Bureau Act

.As the great struggle neared its end, Congress took steps to assist the Negroes (Blacks). It created in the War Department a Freemen’s Bureau, to guide to help those who were passing from Slavery to freedom. At the head of the Bureau was a commissioner, and in each state of the Confederacy was an assistant commissioner who was aided by several local agents. The Bureau was given large powers in settling disputes between Whites and Negroes, and was in charge of distributing lands to the Negroes

The Assassination of Republican President Abraham Lincoln.

The surrender of Lee brought rejoicing to the North.  The long struggle was ended, and soon the million soldiers who were fighting for the Union would return to their homes.  The Great War President knew that another struggle was before him.  In Congress many clamored for vengeance on the South.  But Lincoln did not want vengeance.  He wanted to heal the wounds of war and to restore the states to the Union as rapidly as possible.

Currier and Ives depiction of Lincoln's assassination. L-to-r: Maj. Rathbone, Clara Harris, Mary Todd Lincoln, Pres. Lincoln, and Booth


 On April 14, 1865, Lincoln explained his views to the Cabinet. That evening he attended a play at Ford’s Theatre. An actor, John Wilkes Booth, who fancied that he was redressing Southern wrongs, stole into the box and shot the President. The assassin leaped to the stage and made his escape. Booth was one of several conspirators who also planned the killing of the members of the Cabinet. Seward was seriously wounded. Booth was pursed by soldiers and shot in burning barn. Four other conspirators were caught and hanged. These misguided people had done untold injury to the South. They had killed the man who alone was powerful enough to keep Congress from punishing the South. Their act embittered the people of the North, who wrongly believed that the assassination of the President was approved by the Southern people. Thus were sown the seeds of misunderstanding which were to bear bitter fruits in the years to come.

Making Revisions to Chapter 3

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