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    Re: Blairs says he is 'sorry' for slavery

    Quote Originally Posted by Elenor View Post
    what about slavery against white women? Such as no civil and political voices during the French Revolution? Who's going to say sorry for that?
    I'm sure if Woman campaigned for an apology enough, as much as Blacks have for slavery, then they will get some form of apology. White woman although affected by the Marxists cultural engineering, they're still regarded as an oppressed stand, such as where Feminism has come from and exerted it's pressure in society.
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    Re: Blairs says he is 'sorry' for slavery

    This slavery issue works both ways!

    From the 14th to the 17th century, Arab corsairs (Barbary Pirates) regularly raided the coast of South Western Britain and took off an estimated 1 million white Britons into slavery in North Africa.

    Following the English Civil War, thousands of Scots were sent as slaves to work on the plantations of the West Indies.

    True, these numbers do not compare with those of the Africans, who being captured by other Africans were then sold on to the white slavers. But a Million + is still no insignificant number!

    Do we hear the people of Cornwall and Devon clamouring for compensation? Do we hear the Scots bemoan the fact that many of their ancestors were plantation slaves? NO!

    Slavery is as old as time, it its time it has transcended all colours, it has affected everyone!

    This latest uproar is not about slavery per se or even the abolition of it…it’s just another black stick to hit whitey!

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    Re: Blairs says he is 'sorry' for slavery

    Quote Originally Posted by hodekin View Post
    Do we hear the people of Cornwall and Devon clamouring for compensation? Do we hear the Scots bemoan the fact that many of their ancestors were plantation slaves? NO!
    The reason we don't is because our people would consider such a thing a source of shame. We would never parade our own former slavery through the halls of legislature and public attention to demand compensation. That would only prove that we were sniveling lackeys who probably deserved to be slaves in the first place.

    If we decide we want compensation, we're the type who will rise up and take it ourselves. More likely, though, we'll just cover up that part of our past and move on — living well is the best revenge, and all that.

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