Slavery Was Never Abolished

Slavery Was Never Abolished

That is probably the most accurate statement I’ve seen on Facebook. Of course there are those who will say “BS conspiracy stuff,” and I invite them to study the background of the 14th Amendment, and both the background and literal text of its enabling legislation 42 USC 1981.

Within that is a shocking statement: “All persons (legal entities, not people) within the jurisdiction of the United States shall have the same right in every State and Territory to make and enforce contracts, to sue, be parties, give evidence, and to the full and equal benefit of all laws and proceedings for the security of persons and property as is enjoyed by white citizens (there were no US citizens prior to this, but now they were created, again as “legal entities”), and shall be subject to like PUNISHMENT, PAINS, PENALTIES, TAXES, LICENSES, and EXACTIONS (Black’s Law defines this as extortions under color of law) of EVERY KIND, and to no other.”

See? It’s always been hidden right in plain view. The conclusion of the Civil War resulted in the creation of a monolithic state called “The United States” where before it was a confederation of the several states. The several states were effectively converted into federal districts and, as noted above, all “People” within were conditioned as US Citizens (legal subjects). It’s really that simple.

Thoughts?

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