Key Terms
The Original Spanish System of Slavery on the Native Americans
The Updated System of Forced Labor in the Spanish Colonies & the Phillipines
Atlantic Slave Trade
(Absolutely Must Read)
Black Codes (part 1)
Black Codes (part 2)
Racial Segregation in America (part 1)
Racial Segregation in America (part 2)
Miscegenation Laws
"Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it"
- George Santayana

Or as I like to put it, "how can you understand a situation without understanding the events that created the situation in the first place?"

History is one of the most fascinating of subjects to me. From the rise & collapse of ancient civilizations to the exploits of history's great peacemakers and conquerors alike, I study them all indiscriminately. Well, "study them all" is a pretty grand and unrealistic statement, so let's just say I like to learn about many different elements of humankind's past :)

Anyway, this section will be completely devoted to unraveling the web of lies that , one fact at a time. This will include such things as showing proof that Christopher Columbus and the other early explorers enacted slavery on the Native Americans, to the United States' constant support of racist & discriminatory regimes around the world. God willing, I'll even throw in global political scandals & the truths behind many of the world's great events, as an added bonus.

My goal is for you to understand what's really happened in America, and thus, unlearn the committee-sanctioned propaganda and outright lies they teach in our schools. As George Orwell once famously said, "those who control the present, control the past and those who control the past control the future." I love this quote because it is basically saying whoever is currently in power can lie about what happened in the past, and by doing that, they can manipulate people into doing what they want in the future.

If you want to pursue the path of the modern-day scholar, there's never been a better time in history where knowledge was made more available to the masses. As I say a lot, this is the Information Age. You can find out virtually anything about virtually anything, free of charge or for a small fee, in some cases. And all either from the comfort of your own home or with a quick trip to your local library. The topics I'll bring up in this section have significant meanings to me, but my real intention is to get you to start researching history on your own.