Dems Kneel in African Slave Traders Garb, 3094
Good afternoon, I’m still reporting on the outrageous hypocrisy of the desperados.
A few days ago, several leading Democrat Party officials draped a colorful African scarf around their necks, knelt down in the Capitol Building, bowed their heads and held that position for over eight minutes. It was a staged and awkward moment for the Deperados, pretending to mourn the death of George Floyd. It was nothing more than Speaker of the House Nance Pelosi staging another photo op to give the impression that she cares, and President Trump does not care about black people.
However, God continues to work in mysterious ways, and this is a perfect example of that. The scarves Pelosi chose for her lemmings to wear to the event was symbolically THE worst piece of African garb she could possibly have chosen – unless actually revealing her solidarity with ancient slave owners.
The pattern the Democrat leaders ignorantly chose to use was a Kente cloth pattern from the Ashanti tribe in what today is Ghana.
The Ashantis were one of Africa’s most barbaric and war-like tribes, known for conquering then enslaving their captives to build their empire. They kept the healthiest slaves for their own purposes. They used lesser slaves for human sacrifices, and sold the surplus to Western slave traders – the English, Dutch, French, Portuguese and Arab slave wholesalers.
One of the most lucrative activities of freshly enslaved populations was to put them to work mining gold – an Ashanti specialty – and that’s why the predominant color in Ashanti Kente cloth is gold.
During the 17 and 18th centuries, Kente cloth was associated with Ashanti royalty and was made of silk. Silk had to be imported from Asia and so was very expensive – payable in slaves and/or gold.
The other thing the Ashanti’s wanted for their slaves was guns - useful in expanding their empire through warfare. The Europeans were far advanced in the manufacturing of guns and these weapons were used to enslave further populations.
Therefore, Kente cloth came to be emblematic for the global slave trade between the Ashanti and the Europeans during the slave trading years.
The Ashantis grew rich on this trade. This painting dated 1817, is from an Ashanti Yam festival.
Kente cloth is now used to make clothes for all sorts of people, not only Ashanti royalty. The cloth has become particularly popular among tourists who often buy Kente inspired bags and shoes when visiting Ghana. Kente cloth fabric has also become popular internationally, as celebrities such as Gwen Stefani and the hip hop group Salt-N-Pepa have all adopted and worn the cloth at different times.
This is probably where Madame Pelosi got the idea. However, no matter what she was told, Kente cloth will forever be tied to the slavers, and not to abolitionists who sacrificed mightily for the freedom of the downtrodden slaves of the young United States.
Nancy Pelosi’s father was the Mayor of Baltimore, Thomas D’Alesantro, Jr. In 1948, D’Alesandro, dedicated the Stonewall Jackson and Robert E. Lee Monument during his tenure as mayor.
My family, the Stills, were abolitionists at a time – the 1850s - when abolitionists were shunned from society in Missouri and Kansas and even had to fight the slavers for their very existence.
As a result, Stills have never been wealthy folk, and so we have always been a self-reliant bunch – a great advantage in these days.
For example, this is the way you sharpen the blades of a bush-hog without having to truck it into town to have it done professionally.
But look at it another way, which party across American history has been more in tune with human slave trade in America? Certainly the Democrat party.
And how about today? Don’t the Democrats still want to increase importation of the downtrodden? Is it because they want to share the wealth of their centuries-old, ill-gotten gains? Hardly!
They want a continuous flow of illegal immigrants so they can continue to pay them slave wages to cut the grass and trim the bushes at their Hollywood mansions? It’s just the modern-day version of the old slave trade.
I’m still reporting from just outside the citadel of American freedom. Good day.
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