Originally posted by BlackOps719
Is this the first piece of the NWO puzzle...an angry, racially divided America?
I know this is an old thread, but I've been gone for a while and I think you might be right. I've been wondering the same thing about
the nooses popping up all over the place
An important historical note might be in order here. Indentured African servants, prior to 1640, were treated as well, or as poorly, as their white
counterparts. So, basically, race-based workplace discrimination was non-existent. What changed was that three indentured servants, two white and
one black, got disgusted and ran away. Until this incident, they would have all been punished the same, with an extension on their servitude.
Instead, the two white servants got only an additional extra year, while the black servant "shall serve his said master or his assigns for the time
of his natural Life here or elsewhere." (link
) From then on, he was a slave, and
apparently, so were the other black indentured servants.
I say all of that to say, racism, in this country, was not 'invented' as a justification for slavery. Racism was 'invented' in order to quell
Indentured servants of all colors were unhappy with their position in colonial society. They wanted to be free to partake in
the bounty of wealth that was early America, and they didn't feel like waiting. To forestall this eventual unrest, wealthy colonists divided the
indentured servants based on race, thereby throwing a bone to the whites, and they've obviously conquered us because, guess what, we're still,
roughly, in those same positions.
"Wealthy colonists" are now the "NWO." "Indentured servants" are those Americans who feel like they work and work, and accumulate more and more
debt. "Slaves" are those too poor, or too uneducated, to metaphorically 'buy their freedom.' Either they want to get out of the situation and
can't, or are too oblivious to even notice they're in a bad situation. (btw, none of these classifications are based on race nowadays)
So, with all of this historical groundwork already laid out, if you were a NWO-planner, and you wanted some type of civil unrest, in order to
implement martial law, wouldn't it be smart to exploit pre-existing rifts? Especially since the people have gotten so close to figuring out the real
game (rich vs poor)?