It was Ancient Africans who invented Democracy. In no large nation have the people ruled, as opposed to the leaders, in any manner as did those of Ancient Africans–and even children had a say so at times. A true Democracy was operational in Africa thousands of years before the Greeks came into existence. Yet, when Europeans write of democracy, they say it began in ancient Athens under the regime of Pericles. Back then only 30,000 of Athens’ population of 120,000 were citizens and the rest were women, artisans, and Slaves—none of whom were allowed to vote—and all were subject to the old occult mind control techniques. Therefore, this was an Oligarchy whereby some, but not all people, have political liberty and the equality of citizenship. Typically, European societies have historically been Oligarchies or Tyrannical Despotism rulers governing without the people’s consent—perhaps checkered with Benevolent Despotism—i.e. dictators working for the good of the people. Each of these Cults are Cynics (potent, practical, evil minds), believing those unlike them (the weak) are innately depraved; that irrationality and cowardice are scapegoat’s basic characteristics; that fear is the most potent of human incentives—and not Unconditional Love, as in African Tradition. Cults deal practically with the public by counting on their stupidity + appealing to their knavery (“Dark Side”) + ensuring their constant terror. Furthermore, the ancient Greeks, ancient Romans, nor the United States has ever had a democracy. Even up to the mid C20 the USA had a hypocritical democracy within its Republic because all the natural rights of all its citizens had not been secured. Since then, non-democratic practices have continued. Africans, at the beginning of the arrival of Africans in the Americas, typically considered themselves superior to the odd-looking European men with pale skin.
Starting in 1619, the first Black settlers were indentured servants and after that debt was paid off, they were on equal status with Whites. To show they were without the stigma of racial inferiority, they accumulated land, voted, testified in court, and mingled with Whites. The Whites in the Americas, numbering in the thousands, were those who voluntarily left Europe or were “booted out” as a result of being prisoners (especially from the British Isles), prostitutes, paupers, religious dissenters, and waifs. Over the next 40 years, Black and White servants, making up the majority of the colonial population, worked together in the fields, shared the same huts, played, mated, married, revolted, and ran away together. The strong bonds of togetherness often included Amerindians. To break up these cross-cultural interrelationships, slave owners assigned poor Whites to be in charge of all Black People so as to give them a sense of superiority, despite being no better off. They and other White people adopted the fantasy of automatically “knowing” what was best for Black People–a ridiculousness which worsened the more they could dominate and control Blacks. Under the USA Constitution, formed by Satanist leaders, the Enslaved were considered property and had no “vote power” or any other rights. But in order to reduce the imbalance of representation between the populous North and the sparsely settled South, the Southern states were allowed by the “Founding Fathers” to count each Enslaved as three-fifths of a person for their Congressional apportionment. This meant in theory that the more Enslaved there were, the less power they had and the more power the slaveholders possessed–yet in practice it was of no significance. President Lincoln was really a hypocrite racist.
In a debate with Stephen Douglas, he said: "I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races….I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people….” Fredrick Douglass influenced him to change. The Civil War was not about slavery but about who would dominate the Federal state. It was initiated by slave owners who had seceded from the federal union and by northern core capitalists to maintain the union. Inspired by abolitionists whose long crusades had been focused on moral and religious aspects, a new kind of antislavery stance arose—a stance spotlighting money and with war being the most direct way to destroy powers of the planter class—a stance relatively silent about the rights of Black People or about justice for freedmen. Enslaved Rebellions were dominant in ending slavery.jabaileymd.com