MNN: OBAMA, BUFFALO SOLDIER CHIEF


OBAMA, BUFFALO SOLDIER CHIEF
 

MNN.  Aug. 23, 2012.  US President Obama obeys his masters just like the Buffalo Soldiers.  So grand is the illusion of freedom that they don’t’ even know they’re still slaves.  According to the myth, the Buffalo Soldiers were freedom fighters.            

In 1865 the Civil War was over.  US President, Abraham Lincoln, freed the slaves.  [Emancipation Proclamation].  White soldiers were deserting because they were terrified of fighting Indians. In 1866 the 10th Cavalry Regiment of Black soldiers was set up at Fort Leavenworth in Kansas.  Lincoln promised the Blacks their freedom, 40 acres of our land and a mule, which they never got.             

Over 150,000 joined, to prove they were just as blood-thirsty as their white masters in stealing from us and murdering us without mercy.  

As former victims of racism, the Buffalo Soldiers became the champions of rape, genocide, brutality and mass murder of innocent people.  They took pride in killing people who never did anything to them.  They forgot all about the help we gave them because slavery is a violation of our Great Law.  The Choctaw, Cherokee and Shawnee helped them escape from their slave masters to the north. 

We were called “non-reformable savages”.  They were told there is a time when it is okay to kill Indians and those who did so were a force for good.  With pride and fervor, they attacked us 127 times to try to exterminate us.      

Between 1866 to 1890 ten Buffalo Soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor for slaughtering our men, women and children.  They were at the Wounded Knee massacre in 1890. 

General Colin Powell was inspired by these hired thugs.  He kept a statue of a Buffalo Solider in his office and called him the “wind beneath my wings”.

Obama is the Buffalo Soldier Commander-in-Chief who brags about murdering, torturing and butchering anyone he chooses.

As a Mohawk Rotiskenrakete said, should a civil war break out in the US, he felt that, “the Buffalo Soldiers would join their masters”.  They always do what they’re told.  The invaders and forced invaders will probably stand together. The mule and everything they were promised, they will not get!

Today websites are devoted to their exploits for protecting white settlers and starving and killing Indigenous.  Every year they celebrate at Fort Riley, Kansas, to remind their white masters, “Look!  We’re still here, ready to stand with you”.    

Bob Marley confirms this in his song, “Buffalo Soldiers”, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S5FCdx7Dn0o 

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4 thoughts on “MNN: OBAMA, BUFFALO SOLDIER CHIEF

  1. Mohawks did fight for King George, btw, some of them were my family members too. I still have family on 6 Nations. Again, I understand your anger. As a woman, I’ve felt it from men, and that is from men of all colours. Male rule, is what spreads violence most of all. I hear cries of Clan Mothers everywhere. And our men, all shades of brown, need to start sticking together, or the colonizers will win. And take us all down.
    Know your enemy. They want us fighting each other, when males of brown skin are the strongest on the planet.
    Goes for everyone picking up their checks and calling themselves heros. I’ve had enough of that crap too.

  2. hmm – indian men also joined in – many tribes destroyed cause used indian trackers to find them – same in other countries too – rival tribes led whatever colour soldiers to their old enemies – war sucks no matter who is doing it – but all have done it – even war before invasion – i cant romanticise the past – wasnt all peace love and mung beans ever

  3. Keep history alive and well by telling that history:

    Read the epic novel, Rescue at Pine Ridge, where Buffalo Bill Cody meets a Buffalo Soldier, the greatest fictionalized ‘historical novel’ ever written. A great story of Black Military History, the first generation of Buffalo Soldiers…5 stars Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. The website is; http://www.rescueatpineridge.com Youtube commercials are: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xEgEqgNi2Is and
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVslyHmDy9A&feature=related

    Rescue at Pine Ridge is the epic story of the 9th Cavalry from its Congressional conception in 1866, to the rescue of the famed 7th Cavalry by the 9th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers, 1890. The 7th Cavalry was entrapped again after the Little Big Horn Massacre, fourteen years later, the day after the Wounded Knee Massacre. If it wasn’t for the 9th Cavalry Buffalo Soldiers, there would of occurred, a second massacre of the 7th Cavalry. This story is about, brutality, compassion, reprisal, bravery, heroism and gallantry.

    I know you’ll enjoy the novel. I wrote the story that embodied the Native Americans, Outlaws and African-American/Black Soldiers, from the east to the west, from the south to the north, in the days of the Native American Wars with the approaching United States of America.

    The novel was taken from my mini-series movie with the same title, “RaPR” to keep the story alive. The movie so far has the interest of major actors in which we are in talks with, in starring in this epic American story.

    When you get a chance, also please visit our Alpha Wolf Production website at; http://www.alphawolfprods.com and see our other productions, like Stagecoach Mary, the first Black Woman to deliver mail for the United States Postal System in Montana, in the 1890’s, “spread the word”.

    Peace

  4. Just a thought. Humans of all races are capable and have commited unspeakable harm to others. While everyone is pointing fingers at the other, I need to say that sometimes being called “white” is hurtful and full of predjudice and assumptions. No one seems to aknowledge that as the Irish were gathered from their homes and made into slaves. At one point there were more irish slaves in some areas than African slaves. Notice i call them African…not “black.”
    Keep Reading…
    They came as slaves; vast human cargo transported on tall British ships bound for the Americas. They were shipped by the hundreds of thousands and included men, women, and even the youngest of children.

    Whenever they rebelled or even disobeyed an order, they were punished in the harshest ways. Slave owners would hang their human property by their hands and set their hands or feet on fire as one form of punishment. They were burned alive and had their heads placed on pikes in the marketplace as a warning to other captives.

    We don’t really need to go through all of the gory details, do we? We know all too well the atrocities of the African slave trade.

    But, are we talking about African slavery? King James II and Charles I also led a continued effort to enslave the Irish. Britain’s famed Oliver Cromwell furthered this practice of dehumanizing one’s next door neighbor.

    The Irish slave trade began when James II sold 30,000 Irish prisoners as slaves to the New World. His Proclamation of 1625 required Irish political prisoners be sent overseas and sold to English settlers in the West Indies. By the mid 1600s, the Irish were the main slaves sold to Antigua and Montserrat. At that time, 70% of the total population of Montserrat were Irish slaves.

    Ireland quickly became the biggest source of human livestock for English merchants. The majority of the early slaves to the New World were actually white.

    From 1641 to 1652, over 500,000 Irish were killed by the English and another 300,000 were sold as slaves. Ireland’s population fell from about 1,500,000 to 600,000 in one single decade. Families were ripped apart as the British did not allow Irish dads to take their wives and children with them across the Atlantic. This led to a helpless population of homeless women and children. Britain’s solution was to auction them off as well.

    During the 1650s, over 100,000 Irish children between the ages of 10 and 14 were taken from their parents and sold as slaves in the West Indies, Virginia and New England. In this decade, 52,000 Irish (mostly women and children) were sold to Barbados and Virginia. Another 30,000 Irish men and women were also transported and sold to the highest bidder. In 1656, Cromwell ordered that 2000 Irish children be taken to Jamaica and sold as slaves to English settlers.

    Many people today will avoid calling the Irish slaves what they truly were: Slaves. They’ll come up with terms like “Indentured Servants” to describe what occurred to the Irish. However, in most cases from the 17th and 18th centuries, Irish slaves were nothing more than human cattle.

    As an example, the African slave trade was just beginning during this same period. It is well recorded that African slaves, not tainted with the stain of the hated Catholic theology and more expensive to purchase, were often treated far better than their Irish counterparts.

    African slaves were very expensive during the late 1600s (50 Sterling). Irish slaves came cheap (no more than 5 Sterling). If a planter whipped or branded or beat an Irish slave to death, it was never a crime. A death was a monetary setback, but far cheaper than killing a more expensive African. The English masters quickly began breeding the Irish women for both their own personal pleasure and for greater profit. Children of slaves were themselves slaves, which increased the size of the master’s free workforce. Even if an Irish woman somehow obtained her freedom, her kids would remain slaves of her master. Thus, Irish moms, even with this new found emancipation, would seldom abandon their kids and would remain in servitude.

    In time, the English thought of a better way to use these women (in many cases, girls as young as 12) to increase their market share: The settlers began to breed Irish women and girls with African men to produce slaves with a distinct complexion. These new “mulatto” slaves brought a higher price than Irish livestock and, likewise, enabled the settlers to save money rather than purchase new African slaves. This practice of interbreeding Irish females with African men went on for several decades and was so widespread that, in 1681, legislation was passed “forbidding the practice of mating Irish slave women to African slave men for the purpose of producing slaves for sale.” In short, it was stopped only because it interfered with the profits of a large slave transport company.

    England continued to ship tens of thousands of Irish slaves for more than a century. Records state that, after the 1798 Irish Rebellion, thousands of Irish slaves were sold to both America and Australia. There were horrible abuses of both African and Irish captives. One British ship even dumped 1,302 slaves into the Atlantic Ocean so that the crew would have plenty of food to eat.

    There is little question that the Irish experienced the horrors of slavery as much (if not more in the 17th Century) as the Africans did. There is, also, very little question that those brown, tanned faces you witness in your travels to the West Indies are very likely a combination of African and Irish ancestry. In 1839, Britain finally decided on it’s own to end it’s participation in Satan’s highway to hell and stopped transporting slaves. While their decision did not stop pirates from doing what they desired, the new law slowly concluded THIS chapter of nightmarish Irish misery.

    But, if anyone, black or white, believes that slavery was only an African experience, then they’ve got it completely wrong.

    Irish slavery is a subject worth remembering, not erasing from our memories.

    But, where are our public (and PRIVATE) schools???? Where are the history books? Why is it so seldom discussed?

    Do the memories of hundreds of thousands of Irish victims merit more than a mention from an unknown writer?

    Or is their story to be one that their English pirates intended: To (unlike the African book) have the Irish story utterly and completely disappear as if it never happened.

    None of the Irish victims ever made it back to their homeland to describe their ordeal. These are the lost slaves; the ones that time and biased history books conveniently forgot.
    – See more at: http://www.globalresearch.ca/the-irish-slave-trade-the-forgotten-white-slaves/31076#sthash.QK3b3Du7.dpuf

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