The 1619 versus 1776 Project: A Directed Dialectic

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The 1619 versus 1776 Project: A Directed Dialectic

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It was discussed that part of the strategic takedown of the United States was the deliberate exploitation of existing tensions so that following a societal collapse, the people would take one another out. 1619 refers to the year the first enslaved Africans arrived in North America, and the project's goal is to begin America’s history then, in 1619, rather than in 1776 as we do now. This wider view of history would be more inclusive of its heritage, This 1619 versus 1776 dialectic is an expression of the Critical Race Theory versus Western Chauvinism. There is a lot of racial identity politics infused within, and this is part of the strategy explained at the end. The elite set up a civil war and let the people fight amongst themselves. They want the 1776 crowd to fight the 1619 crowd.
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Why did ordinary southerners, with no slaves, enlist ?

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Unraveling the documentary trail back to secession and the emerging “war between the states”

The scriptural grounds for God’s divinely ordained natural order, in which the white man was placed in guardianship over the inferior “children of Ham”.

https://repository.sbts.edu/bitstream/h ... sAllowed=y

https://docsouth.unc.edu/index.html
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