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Alabama senator apologizes for ‘aborigines’ remark

   By JAY REEVES – Associated Press | AP – 11 hrs ago

GARDENDALE, Ala. (AP) — A powerful Republican leader in the Alabama Senate apologized Tuesday for referring to blacks as “aborigines” on recordings played during a federal gambling corruption trial.

Sen. Scott Beason of Gardendale said his comments “were careless and unnecessary” and he wants to set things right. Democrats said he ought to step down as chairman of the Senate Rules Committee, even though the Republican Caucus has said he would remain.

Beason was recorded making the remarks about gamblers in predominantly black Greene County. He made the recordings while helping the FBI investigate claims of lawmakers being bribed by gambling interests to pass a bill legalizing video poker games.

In one transcript, Beason and two other Republican legislators were talking about economic development in Greene County and the customers at one of its largest employers, Greenetrack casino in Eutaw.

“That’s y’all’s Indians,” one Republican said.

“They’re aborigines, but they’re not Indians,” Beason replied.

Reading a statement at the Gardendale Civic Center, Beason said, “Our purpose today is to say that I am very sorry and I apologize to anyone whose feelings were hurt by my comment.” The Senate Republican Caucus days earlier let Beason remain the head of the rules committee, which decides which bills the Senate will consider.

State Democratic chairman Mark Kennedy said Beason’s remarks were part of an embarrassing record that includes sponsoring Alabama’s tough new law cracking down on illegal immigration. Kennedy also pointed to Beason saying during a GOP meeting that the party should “empty the clip” and do what it takes to control illegal immigration.

“The Republicans have a supermajority,” Kennedy said. “And this is the man they choose to lead one of the most powerful committees in the Legislature.”

Beason said Republican Caucus members had asked him how he planned to deal with his remarks, and the statement was his answer.

Earlier this year, Beason was the first prosecution witness in the federal trial of nine people accused of buying and selling votes for pro-gambling legislation. The jury acquitted two defendants and couldn’t resolve all the charges against the other seven. They face a retrial in January.

During the investigation, Beason wore FBI recording equipment that captured him making the racially charged comment.

Defense attorneys latched on to his remarks during the trial, and, outside court, Kennedy called on Beason to resign. Republicans largely defended Beason, insisting he was not a racist.

Democratic legislators including Sen. Vivian Figures, who is black, criticized Republicans for allowing Beason to retain his Senate leadership role.

“Racism should have no place in the Alabama Senate. It is in the best interest of all Alabamians that he resign immediately,” said Figures.

Beason said Tuesday he had not discussed his remarks with any minority members of the Legislature but would be happy to if they wanted to talk. He said he believes he can be an effective and important part of the Senate leadership in the three years remaining in his term.

A federal judge said she would rule by Wednesday whether the immigration law is constitutional.

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AP writer Phillip Rawls in Montgomery contributed to this report.

http://news.yahoo.com/alabama-senator-apologizes-aborigines-remark-004902882.html

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First, the headline was what caught my attention. Second, the steering blatant racial opinion and the expected racial commentary begged for my input. Third, this has been a busy week for race-baiting and the seemingly constant marginalizing black Americans through this nonstop Yahoo/Ass Press denigration fest. It had been some time since I’ve logged in and offered my two cents.

However, I tend to forget That I am persona non grata with the globalist androgynous immoral duplicitous university-think La Raza pricks at Yahoo. They don’t like my commentary. I don’t like experiencing any and everything through a cracked immoral and racist liberal lens.

I chimed in. It posted. I crossed my fingers, then checked my profile. Nothing.

What was I expecting? Anything that doesn’t go with their stupefying slant is censored. I don’t think I offended anyone.  My comment was nothing close to the typical hatred Yahoo allowed in its standard racial feeding frenzy.

My commentary:

Not so fast. He may actually be on to some truths, which is rare in these circumstances when the subject regards history.

From West Asia to China the land was occupied predominately by Blacks. The blacks left East and Southeast Asia by the expansion of Thai, Annamite, Bak and Hua Mongoloid. The blacks ruled China until around 1000-700 BC. After 5000 BC, African people from Kush began to enter China and Central Asia from Iran, while another groups reached China by sea.

In Northern China Africans founded many civilizations. The three major empires of China were the Xian Dynasty (1900-1700 BC), Shang/Yi Dynasty (1700-1050 BC) and the Zhou Dynasty. The Zhou Dynasty was the first dynasty founded by the Mongoloid people in China. The Xia and Shang dynasties were founded by black tribes in ancient China. The key to understanding Chinese civilization is to remember the fact that both Xia, Yi and Shang came from similar ancestors. Those same ancestors were theYi and Xia people who occupied ancient North America. Many settled in what is now Mexico and the Southwestern United States.

Many expeditions discovered these people. Subsequently, their history is swept under the rug of denial. Part of the world’s hatred and disdain of Americans stems from our ignorance of history, including ours. It is filled with mistruths, especially regarding slavery in this country. The compelling event that would play a representation in the ontogenesis of America was the arrival of Africans to Jamestown. A Dutch slave trader bartered his cargo of Africans for food. They were “Negars” from the West Indies.  The year was 1619. These Africans became indentured servants, comparable in legal disposition to many poor Englishmen who traded several years labor in exchange for acceptance into America.

Ten slaves were listed in the first census of Jamestown in 1625. The legend propagated the word slave, and did not appear in Virginia records until 1656. Statutes defining the status of blacks began to inadvertently appear in the 1660s.

Over half of all the arrivals in the American colonies were whites slaves. They were America’s first slaves. These whites were slaves for life, long before blacks ever were. This type of slavery was even hereditary. White children born to white slaves were also enslaved. Whites were auctioned on the block with children sold and separated from their parents, and wives were sold, detached from their husbands. Free black property owners walked the streets of northern and southern American cities while white slaves were worked to death in the sugar mills of Barbados, Jamaica, and the plantations of Virginia.

The Institution of revisionist history has created the misnomer of indentured servitude to sweep under the rug, and diminish the fact of white slavery. However, bound whites in early America did, in fact, call themselves slaves. Nine-tenths of the white slavery in America was conducted without indentures of any kind but according to the so-called “custom of the country,” as it was known, which was lifetime slavery administered by the white slave merchants themselves.

Study 17th century colonial America, sift through the documents, the jargon, the revisionist history, the statutes on both sides of the Atlantic and one will discover that white slavery was a far more extensive operation than black enslavement. It is when we come to the 18th century that one begins to encounter more “servitude” on the basis of a contract of indenture. But even then, there were kidnappings of Anglo-Saxons who were forced into slavery, as well as convict slavery. Before the British slavers landed on Africa’s western coast to buy slaves from African chiefs, they sold their own white working class people (“the surplus poor” as they were known) from the streets and towns of England, into slavery. Tens of thousands of these white were kidnapped children.

In fact the very origination of the word kidnapped is “kid-nabbed,” the stealing of white children for enslavement.

According to the English Dictionary of the Underworld, under the heading kidnapper is the following definition: A stealer of human beings, esp. of children; originally for exportation to the plantations of North America. The center of the trade in child-slaves was in the port cities of Britain and Scotland: White slaves transported to the colonies suffered a staggering loss of life in the 17th and 18th century. During the voyage to America, it was customary to keep the white slaves below deck for the entire nine to twelve week journey.

A white slave would be confined to a hole not more than sixteen feet long, chained with 50 other men to a board, with padlocked collars around their necks. The weeks of confinement below deck in the ship’s stifling hold often resulted in outbreaks of contagious disease which would sweep through the cargo of white freight chained in the bowels of the ship.

Ships transporting white slaves to America often lost half them to death. According to one historian, “Scattered data reveals that the mortality for (white) servants at certain times equaled that for (black) slaves in the ‘middle passage,’ and during other periods actually exceeded the death rate for (black) slaves.” The same historian reported a death rate of ten to twenty percent over the entire 18th century for black slaves on board ships en route to America compared with a death rate of 25% for white slaves en route to America.

The chronicle of white slavery in America comprises the dustiest shelf in the darkest corner of suppressed American history, ignored by dusty minds. There will only be racial understanding when knowledge of historical truths are widespread and all can negotiate from positions of strength and not from fantasies of white working class guilt and the uniqueness of black suffering — all stemming from historical ignorance, and lack of research.

Let it be said, in many cases blacks in slavery had it better than poor whites in the antebellum South. This is why there was such strong resistance to the Confederacy in the poverty-stricken areas of the mountain south, such as Winston County in Alabama and the Beech mountains of North Carolina. Those poor whites could not imagine why any white laborer would want to die for the slave-owning plutocracy that more often than not, gave better care and attention to their black servants than they did to the free white labor they scorned as trash.

To this day, the white ruling class denigrates the white poor and patronizes blacks.

If this seems admirable from the pathological viewpoint of Marxism or cosmopolitan liberalism, the black and Third World beneficiaries of white ruling class esteem ought to consider what sort of friends they actually have. The Bible declares that the man who does not take care of his own family is worse than an infidel. This also applies to one’s country. The man who turns his back on his own country, then steals into another for nefarious means has no love for either.

White, self-hating liberals and greedy conservative imposters who claim to care for the civil rights of black and Third World people, have discarded the working class of their own on the garbage heap of history. All one has to do is: go to that dusty shelf, reach for and remove the dust from the book. The inference was that blacks called servants must have the comparable status as white indentured servants. Following the arrival of these twenty Africans, the face of American slavery began to change from the “Indianer” to the “Blackamoor” (who were the aborigines) in the years between 1650 and 1750. Negro indenture, then, was no more than a legal fiction of brief duration in Virginia. Free Blacks (Yes, there were blacks who were not slaves. All one has to do is take a look at the census data) would live in a legal limbo until the general emancipation in 1864, unable to stand witness in their own defense against the testimony of any Euro-American.

As usual, the typical Ass Press headlines and the nauseating subtle racism, marginalization and race-baiting designed to steer opinion by the globalist androgynous immoral duplicitous university-think La Raza pricks at Yahoo as opposed to learning from our past is what we all have come to expect, as has the rest of the world whose opinion of us they so relish…

And lastly, take a look at this particular historic time capsule captured in the early 1800s by a German artist:

In Georg Heinrich von LangsdorfFs sketch: Ein Tanz der Indianer in der Mission in St. Jose in Neu-Californien (published 1812). “A Dance of Indians at the Mission in St. Jose in New California.” There’s no refuting who these people are.

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