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An Heir To the Throne, Or The Next Republican Candidate. (1860)
But No Longer…
[Please click on disorient. This term must be fully understood for a complete overSTANDING of the below information.]
What EXACTLY is being conveyed? The subtext in the summary reports something totally different from the image being depicted. Who is the Heir? And Who is the Next Republican Candidate? We know that Lincoln was a Republican President, so does that mean the Heir to the Throne is…the man holding the spear!??
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The Library of Congress is the nation’s oldest federal cultural institution and serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with millions of books, recordings, photographs, maps and manuscripts in its collections.
It was established by an act of Congress in 1800 when President John Adams signed a bill providing for the transfer of the seat of government from Philadelphia to the new capital city of Washington.
Many political cartoons speak in double entendre*, capturing not only the events of the day, but the general sentiment of the time.
So, is the Library of Congress (through their documents) telling us he, we are the Heirs to the Land?
Note: The summaries that accompany the cartoons are written by modern-day commentators whose opinions may influence the reader with use of terms such as Negro, African-American, Free Slave, and so on. However, read the cartoon, click on them and go to the Library of Congress website and download the original and save it as a piece of historical truth. Examine for yourself what is really being conveyed in these political cartoons. One thing you will notice from these early American historical documents, not once does it mention Africa or Africans, not once! So just who were these people being enslaved?
|*double entendre (French dubl ɑ̃tɑ̃drə)|
| — n A figure of Speech to be understood in either of two ways. Typically one of the
interpretations is rather obvious, whereas the other is more subtle.
Here is what the Library of Congress has to say:
Summary (Modern-Day Commentator): The Republicans’ purported support of Negro rights is taken to an extreme here. Editor Horace Greeley (left) and candidate Abraham Lincoln (resting his elbow on a rail at right) stand on either side of a short black man holding a spear. The latter is the deformed African man recently featured at P.T. Barnum’s Museum on Broadway as the “What-is-it.” (A poster for this attraction appears on the wall behind.)
Greeley says, “Gentlemen allow me to introduce to you, this illustrious individual in whom you will find combined, all the graces, and virtues of Black Republicanism, and whom we propose to run as our next Candidate for the Presidency.”
Lincoln muses, “How fortunate! that this intellectual and noble creature should have been discovered just at this time, to prove to the world the superiority of the Colored over the Anglo-Saxon race, he will be a worthy successor to carry out the policy which I shall inaugurate.”
The black man wonders, “What, can dey be?”
Although Greeley makes reference to Lincoln’s heritage through his political position, Black Republicanism, but an Heir to the Throne?…What Is It? (poster on the wall). What does those statements mean?
What, can dey be? (he ask)
Dey, Bey, Ali, El are all Titles of Nobility, (TONA) as outlined in the elusive Thirteenth Amendment:
[Special Note: There were many heirs of different lineage in America during this time (not merely those noted above); some were visiting nobility, while others conducting commerce (trade). However, the most forgotten nobility would be the Original heirs to the Land, the Indigenous Population (commonly termed American Indian). Whose lands, titles, and resources would later be usurped by many of those same people whom they conducted commerce with -as later seen by the Replaced 13th Amendment.
In addition, some Patriots would lead you to believe, the Elusive 13th Amendment had to do with the use of the title Esquire, or Attorneys holding government office.
To understand the sleight of hand (misdirection) that took place all you need to do is notice the date it disappeared…and what replaced it.]
The Elusive 13th Amendment:
Amendment XIII Passed by Congress May 1, 1810 – Ratified December 9, 1812.
“if any citizen of the United States shall accept, claim, receive, or retain any title of nobility or honour, or shall without the consent of Congress, accept and retain any present, pension, office, or emolument of any kind whatever, from any Emperor, King, Prince, or foreign power, such person shall cease to be citizen of the United States, and shall be incapable of holding any office of trust or profit under them, or either of them.”
The “Missing” 13th Amendment, an odd Constitution story
Did you know the 13th Amendment supplanted an original 13th Amendment already on the books?
The book, published under authority of the War Department in 1825, proves that the original 13th Amendment that prohibits Americans from holding Titles of Nobility, was part of the Constitution until it was mysteriously replaced with a new 13th Amendment that banned slavery after the Civil War. “When we found this book last September we knew that we had found that the original 13th Amendment was part of the Constitution as of 1825,” Nevling said.
Previous TONA research proves that on March 12, 1819, Virginia became the 13th and final state required for ratification of the original 13th Amendment when it published in the laws of Virginia Act No. 280 as passed by its legislature. The state of Virginia forwarded copies of its revised code to the Department of State, the Congress, the Library of Congress and the President.
But what seems even odder is all the publications that include this 13th Amendment, all the way up to 1868 has disappeared! To bad everyone involved has been dead and buried for over 150 years now, so we will never know the truth. But if it existed, as much evidence points that it did, then it is still part of the law of the land and valid today. Either way, makes for a hell of a story.
(view the below link, includes pictures of the original books!)
The Beginning of the Charade
What Is It? Let’s closely examine the Heir to the Throne. He is missing his Headdress/Crown, and his hair! He is wearing silk breeches, tights and slippers, an elaborate (and expressive) wardrobe for a slave, no? He is also stripped of his Shirt, Vest, Overcoat, and other luxury items befitting an Emperor. So What is it??? It is called Reclassification, into something that does not exist, Negro, Colored, Black, African-American; none of which have Land, nor Rights. An Artificial Fiction. No longer a Natural Being.
Which thus became…
Chased by Copperheads (1863)
[ALERT: The picture has been changed! When it was originally posted it did not have a border, in addition, the image “New Black constitution” (behind Lincoln)was not there. The original picture had Lincoln ripping in half a paper that said, Black Constitution as it was. Also, the baby falling out of the hat was not their either! Remember, the Original People of America was called AMERICAN. Just like the original constitution was called the American Constitution.]
Although depicted by Copperhead snakes, The Great American What is it?, IS the Copperheads.
Which takes us back to that original 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language by Noah Webster.
Webster’s 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language
(Special note to those of the Autochthon-American (Aboriginal American) heritage. Make a copy of this definition and place it with a copper-colored penny. What better way to prove your status to those who wish to displace you…Wear it!)
In 1870, Mark Twain published The Noble Red Man, a biting satire mocking Cooper’s Indian characterization in his tales of The Last of the Mohicans. Twain writes, the Indian who is “tall, muscular, straight and of Kingly presence” to an Indian that became “little and scrawny, black, and dirty.”
Library of Congress Summary:
An anti-Lincoln satire, showing the Republican incumbent and his supporters menaced by giant “Copperheads” (Peace Democrats). After a speech on May 1, 1863, asserting that the Civil War was being fought to free blacks and enslave whites, not to save the Union, Clement Laird Vallandigham, leader of the “Copperheads,” was arrested and tried for treason. He had defied Union general Ambrose E. Burnside’s General Order No. 38, that “the habit of declaring sympathies for the enemy [would] no longer be tolerated” and that offenders would be punished by military procedure. Bowing to Vallandigham’s widespread public support, Lincoln reduced the severity of his sentence from imprisonment to banishment behind Confederate lines.
Here, three huge Copperheads pursue Lincoln, who tears a piece of paper “Constitution & the Union as it was.” A fourth snake curls around in front of him.
The quotation is from a speech given by Vallandigham in May 1862: “To maintain the Constitution as it is and to restore the Union as it was.”
Lincoln, who is barefoot and in backwoods dress, drops a paper that reads, “New Black Constitution [signed] A. L. & Co.”
One of the snakes says, “If you cant read that document drop it.”
Two others hiss, “Hit him again,” and “Ah, you cuss. I thought you had a little nigger on the brain.”
Lincoln calls to two freedmen who follow him, “Go back to your master, dont think you are free because you are emancipated,”
but they [the Freedmen] implore, “Fadderrrr Abrum” and “Take us to your Bussum.”
A minuscule black man who has fallen from inside Lincoln’s hat cries, “Ise going back to de sile.”
At far left Burnside, who holds a flaming torch, is being choked by a snake representing Vallandigham. The significance of the torch is unclear, although it resembles the lanterns of the Wide-Awakes, active in Lincoln’s 1860 presidential campaign.
Burnside begs, “Oh, dear Clement you are hugging too tight.”
Vallandigham responds, “Look here if you think to Burn-my Side you will get foiled.”
Below, a snake eating a black man comments, “I say, Clement, Shriekers go good Down with him.”
At right a skeleton has just risen from the grave of abolitionist martyr John Brown, whose tombstone is inscribed “Hung in Virginia by Wise [i.e., Virginia governor Henry A. Wise].”
On the ground are the words “Removed to No. 7 Hell Gate.”
The skeleton is exhorted by Satan, “I say John, the Devil is to pay come get up and take your share.”
The skeleton responds, “Sure enough. Come Father let us start for Canada where it is cooler.”
There are many other Truths revealed in this cartoon, and Much More To Explore:
How could they do this?
Obviously something horrendous happened. While everyone was busy establishing their position, running from party to party, the introduction of race (White and Black) added to the created discord. Distrust soon followed, allowing for this Thing to sneak in through the back door (see last cartoon).
Something which turned and transformed the Union, and made slaves (fictions) out of everyone with the 14th Amendment. But Wait! Universal Law dictates they have to (tell you and) leave you a way out.
At the same time the 14th Amendment was adopted ( July 9, 1868), just one day before on July 8, 1868 the Expatriation Act came into law. The Expatriation Act introduced the principle of birthright citizenship into the Constitution, hence your way out!
Special Note: Create your Own documents, paperwork. Their paperwork generally consist of conditions, and in order for them to “approve” your Expatriations you must consent to these conditions. Laughable, I know, but they put those stipulations in there. So be aware of such trickery. And lastly, you do not have to pay for your freedom. All you have to do is Declare it, change your name (or if you are Indigenous, reclaim your title) and Walk Away!
Dividing the] National [Map (1860)
Is this an Election or a Free For All? [Land Grab]
The United States Presidential Election of 1860 was perhaps the most pivotal in American history. The national debate over slavery had reached a boiling point, and several Southern states were threatening to secede should Lincoln win. Along with its Upper South neighbors, Virginia struggled with both the perceived threat of Northern abolitionism and the fear that secession would trigger war. The four major candidates, reflected a political system in chaos.
And by the way, just how swarthy was Lincoln? He and Douglas are looking quite maroon.
Library of Congress
This 1860 cartoon, entitled Dividing the National Map, satirizes the bitter U.S. presidential election of that year in which four candidates were vying for the office.
A map hangs in shreds, as it is torn apart by three of the candidates.
Abraham Lincoln (at far left), the Republican candidate and Stephen A. Douglas, the Northern Democratic candidate, claw at the western part of the country.
John C. Breckinridge (in the center), the Southern Democratic nominee, rips at the South.
John Bell of the Constitutional Union Party (at right), attempts to mend the northeastern region of the map with a jar of “Spalding’s,” a popular adhesive glue of the era. Several crates of “Spalding’s Glue” stacked up against the wall to the right of Bell.
(It should be noted: The British Empire funded both sides of the Civil War to bring the Colonist (and the Americans) to their knees, and form a centralized government which they could control. It was largely through the assistance (and military might) of the Czar of Russia that the Union was able to keep the British influence at bay, at least for a time. http://www.voltairenet.org/article169488.html)
The Propagation Society. More Free Than Welcome (1855)
A better title might have been, “Something Wicked this Way Cometh” or better yet, “Beware of Greeks Bearng Gifts”, however the above title does mark their intention quite nicely.
Following the Colonist attempt to free themselves from the British Empire, American Revolutionary War (1775–1783); an ever increasing amount of newcomers came and begin to terraform the Land of America.
These “New Arrivals” felt they had a Manifest Destiny to the Land, following the Roman Catholic dispensation which mark the Pope as the Supreme Law giver.
Library of Congress
Summary: An anti-Catholic cartoon, reflecting the nativist perception of the threat posed by the Roman Church’s influence in the United States through Irish immigration and Catholic education.
The “Propagation Society” is probably the Catholic proselytizing organization, the Society for the Propagation of the Faith.
At right, on a shore marked “United States,” Brother Jonathan, whittling, leans against a flagpole flying the stars and stripes. “Young America,” a boy in a short coat and striped trousers, stands at left, holding out a Bible toward Pope Pius IX, who steps ashore from a boat at left. The latter holds aloft a sword in one hand and a cross in the other. Still in the boat are five bishops. One holds the boat to the shore with a crozier hooked round a shamrock plant.
Pope: “My friend we have concluded to take charge of your spiritual welfare, and your temporal estate, so that you need not be troubled with the care of them in future; we will say your prayers and spend your money, while you live, and bury you in the Potters Field, when you die. Kneel then! and kiss our big toe in token of submission.”
Brother Jonathan: “No you dont, Mr. Pope! you’re altogether too willing; but you cant put ‘the mark of the Beast’ on Americans.”
Young America: “You can neither coax, nor frighten our boys, Sir! we can take care of our own worldly affairs, and are determined to “Know nothing” but this book, to guide us in spiritual things.” (“Know nothing” is a “double entendre,” alluding also to the nativist political party of the same name.)
First bishop: “I cannot bear to see that boy, with that horrible book.” Second bishop: “Only let us get a good foot hold on the soil, and we’ll burn up those Books and elevate this Country to the Same degree of happiness and prosperity, to which we have brought Italy, Spain, Ireland and many other lands.”
Third bishop: “Sovereign Pontiff! say that if his friends, have any money, when he dies; they may purchase a hole, for him in my cemetery, at a fair price.”
Fourth bishop: “Go ahead Reverend Father; I’ll hold our boat by this sprig of shamrock.”
Note: The Gale catalog lists another, smaller print issued by Currier in 1853, entitled “The Propagation Society–More Freedom than Welcome.”
The Pope (as illustrated above) and at least two of the Bishops are depicted as melaninated Europeans. So there were many complexions of Europeans involved in this American Heist; and not what History tells you of a “Black Slave” and “White Master”. As we Learn (See, Read and Research His-story) we discover there are many lies to uncover and just perhaps, those slave stories of a White Master and a Black Slave are not exactly forthcoming either.
In addition, terms like “White” and “Black” were just starting to be used as an ideology to keep people separate and fighting so they would not unite to stand against this infiltration.
A Magnificent Offer To A Magnificent Officer (1852)
Have you ever seen a slave with a Crown and 50 Million in gold to offer annually, no less? And lets examine the Whig Committee members, all of which looks to be melaninated. So what exactly are they telling us? Could it be many of those copper-colored races, found in the Americas, were of Royal lineage?
Let’s confer to the Library of Congress
A cartoon ridiculing Whig nominee Winfield Scott as the pawn of New York antislavery senator William Seward. A member of the “Whig Committee” kneels before Scott and offers him a crown and a bag of money marked “50,000,000.”
The man says, “Behold us at your feet great General, tired of the insolence of our democratic rabble, we, the Whig Party, have made a Coup d’etat, proclaimed an Empire and herewith offer you the Crown, and with the Crown $50,000,000 per annum!! Long live the Emperor!!! Huzza!!”
Scott, holding his plumed hat and sword, leans against Seward. He asks his supporter, “Why thats a magnificent offer Seward, shall I accept it?”
Sharpening his quill, Seward replies, “Certainly! by all means, you take the Crown and I’ll take the $50,000,000 and the Pickings and the Stealings.”
In the right background stand other members of the “Whig Committee.” On the left is Seward’s writing table.
The Whig Committee members are obviously making a plead for help. But why? Could they see the game that was taking place? Is that why they made a coup d’etat? Remember the Democratic Party (in it’s formative years) were a party that supported enslavement (servitude) of people.
(See: Marriage of the Free Soil and Liberty Parites (1848), http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2003674557/ )
No sooner did candidate Winfield Scott accept the Whig party nomination, did he find himself caught in a web of lies and deception (which continues to permeate the educational system, history and scholarly work to this very day).
Case in point, note the appearance of Famed New York editor (The New York Courier & Enquirer), James Watson Webb
(second to the left). When further investigated, he seems to have lost ALL of his Brown complexion, starting from the above, to this http://www.tulane.edu/~sumter/Webb.html to completely discolored here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Watson_Webb.
Why would someone do that? To further cover-up the lies of a Very Tall Tale, called History.
Library of Congress
Another swipe at Whig candidate Winfield Scott’s manipulation by antislavery Whigs Seward and Greeley.
Here, Scott is a fly caught in a large web, spun by spiders Greeley (left) and Seward (right).
Scott exclaims, “I think I’ve got myself into a hobble!”
Greeley, hanging from a thread, decides, “I must hurry up & cover him with our slime as fast as possible!”
Seward adds, “I hope he won’t break through before I get him secured!”
At lower left, Massachusetts Whig Daniel Webster and New York editor James Watson Webb look on.
Webster remarks, “What an extraordinary web, Webb!”
Webb replies, “Yes it’s one of that crafty old spider Seward’s and he has caught a large fly who wont get out Scot free–Can’t you stir it up a little, Webster!”
Following decades filled with treachery, lies, secrecy, deception, and endless conflict. Is it no wonder with everyone shielding themselves with a “Front man”, Scott was doomed to fall.
Library of Congress
Summary: A figurative portrayal of Whig candidate Winfield Scott’s failure in the 1852 presidential contest, attributed by the artist to his alliance with abolitionist interests.
Scott is hoisted aloft via a pulley system by various influential supporters, including (left to right): an unidentified man, New York “Times” editor Henry J. Raymond, black abolitionist Frederick Douglass, Boston editor and abolitionist William Lloyd Garrison, Pennsylvania representative David Wilmot, and New York senator William Seward.
They try to haul him up to the “President’s Chair,” which sits on a gallows-like structure, but the rope snaps owing to the “Free Soil” and “Abolition” weights chained to Scott’s waist. Scott’s supporters fall in unison to the left.
Raymond: “You might have known them cussed weights would break the rope!”
Seward: “Thus the noble Cesar fell, and you and I & all of us fell down and bloody Locofocoism flourished over us!”
Scott (falling): “It may be the effect of my imagination, but it certainly feels as if something has given way!”
At left, New York “Tribune” editor Horace Greeley rides a swaybacked horse carrying a “Tariff” bundle.
He (Greeley) shouts to Scott, “Hold on General where you are just one minute till I come to help you!”
Another man runs after Greeley crying, “Whoa! whoa! I say Greely don’t ride that poor old nag to death!”
Entering from the right-hand corner are a black man and his wife.
The wife points at Scott and says, “Law! Mr. Cesar it seems to me dat de Gemman is gevine de wrong way.”
The wife called it! Those that pulled the strings then are the same ones pulling the strings now; no matter how much they call themselves by the names of those whose land they seized. And yes that includes Frederick Douglass who is representing the Boule.
Before sharing the LAST cartoon, I’d like to share a quote from George Washington that may shed some light on the situation:
Revd Sir: I have your favor of the 17th. instant before me; and my only motive to trouble you with the receipt of this letter, is to explain, and correct a mistake which I perceive the hurry in which I am obliged, often, to write letters, have led you into.
It was not my intention to doubt that, the Doctrines of the Illuminati, and principles of Jacobinism had not spread in the United States. On the contrary, no one is more truly satisfied of this fact than I am.
The idea that I meant to convey, was, that I did not believe that the Lodges of Free Masons in this Country had, as Societies, endeavoured to propagate the diabolical tenets of the first, or pernicious principles of the latter (if they are susceptible of seperation). That Individuals of them may have done it, or that the founder, or instrument employed to found, the Democratic Societies in the United States, may have had these objects; and actually had a seperation of The People from their Government in view, is too evident to be questioned.
My occupations are such, that but little leisure is allowed me to read News Papers, or Books of any kind; the reading of letters, and preparing answers, absorb much of my time.
The original manuscript is on the Library of Congress website: http://memory.loc.gov/ammem/gwhtml/gwhome.html
Essentially what he is saying is that he does not doubt that the doctrines of the Bavarian Illuminati, created by Adam Weishaupt in 1776, which was used to infiltrate Freemasonry, had spread in the United States. In fact he says, “On the contrary, no one is more truly satisfied of this fact than I am.” Then he adds that it is possible that those Democratic Societies influenced or created by the Freemasons or Illluminati, “…actually had a separation of the People from their Government in view, is too evident to be questioned.”
The insiders knew, but may have been too scared to act.
Adam Weishaupt, founder of the Bavarian Illuminati, 1776
Wrote in his journal that Freemasonry was an excellent host for this parasite:
“The great strength of our Order lies in its concealment; let it never appear in any place in its own name, but always covered by another name, and another occupation. None is fitter than the three lower degrees of Free Masonry; the public is accustomed to it, expects little from it, and therefore takes little notice of it. Next to this, the form of a learned or literary society is best suited to our purpose, and had Free Masonry not existed, this cover would have been employed; and it may be much more than a cover, it may be a powerful engine in our hands. By establishing reading societies, and subscription libraries, and taking these under our direction, and supplying them through our labors, we may turn the public mind which we will. In like manner we must try to obtain an influence in the military academies (this may be of mighty consequence) the printing-houses, booksellers’ shops, chapters, and in short in all offices which have any effect, either in forming, or in managing, or even in directing the mind of man: painting and engraving are highly worth our care.”
The Duke of Brunswick, the Grand Master of German Freemasonry,In a letter to a brothern, 1794
“I have been convinced that we, as an Order, have come under the power of some very evil occult Order, profoundly versed in science, both occult and otherwise, though not infallible, their methods being black magic, that is to say, electromagnetic power, hypnotism, and powerful suggestion. We are convinced that the Order is being controlled by some Sun Order, after the nature of the Illuminati, if not by that Order itself. We see our edifice … crumbling and covering the ground with ruins, we see the destruction that our hands no longer arrest … a great sect arose, which taking for its motto the good and the happiness of man, worked in the darkness of the conspiracy to make the happiness of humanity a prey for itself.
This sect is known to everyone, its brothers are known no less than its name. It is they who have undermined the foundations of the Order to the point of complete overthrow; it is by them that all humanity has been poisoned and led astray for several generations … They began by casting odium on religion … Their masters had nothing less in view than the thrones of the earth, and the governments of the nations was to be directed by their nocturnal clubs … the misuse of our order … has produced all the political and moral troubles with which the world is filled today … we must from this moment dissolve the whole Order”.
“We form an association of brothers in all points of the globe … yet there is one unseen that can hardly be felt, yet it weighs on us. Whence comes it? Where is it? No one knows … or at least no one tells. This association is secret even to us the veterans of the Secret Societies.”
Woodrow Wilson, 28th President of the United States, The New Freedom, 1913
“Since I entered politics, I have chiefly had men’s views confided to me privately. Some of the biggest men in the United States, in the field of commerce and manufacture, are afraid of something. They know that there is a power somewhere so organized, so subtle, so watchful, so interlocked, so complete, so pervasive, that they had better not speak above their breath when they speak in condemnation of it.”
Position of the Democratic Party in 1852. “Freemen of America, how long will you be ledd by such leaders”
What can I say…RUN!
Library of Congress
(remember, the below conjecture as in all summaries by Library of Congress, are the opinions of a ‘modern-day’ writer. )
Summary: A crudely drawn satire bitterly attacking Democratic presidential candidate Franklin Pierce and appealing to the “Freemen of America.”
The print, possibly executed by a free black, criticizes the Democrats’ platform, as established by the Baltimore Convention, which in the interest of preserving the Union endorsed the Compromise of 1850. More specifically the artist condemns Pierce’s pledge to enforce the Fugitive Slave Act, included in the compromise as a submission to southern slaveholding interests.
In the center Pierce prostrates himself before a “Slave holder & Peace Maker,” a bearded man in wide-brimmed hat and striped trousers holding a cat-o-nine-tails and manacles.
The upper half of Pierce is over the Mason Dixon line, his face in the dirt on the “Baltimore Platform.”
The slaveholder says: “Save the Union, / And with the “meanest” Yankee grease / Smear the hinges of your knees / And in “silence” pray for peace.”
Pierce, dubbed [written under his knee]”one of the Southern “dirt” eaters “Saving” the Union,” replies,
“I accept this cheerfully.”
A skull and crossbones, manacles, and a serpent, lies next to: ” Fugitive Slave Law and nigger catching, and resist agitation on the Slavery question &c.” [The Democratic platformlabeled “Southern pine” and is inscribed with reference to the compromise]
At far left is “the Devil come up to attend his revival,” who commends, “Well done my faithful servants!”
On the right is the infamous Hungarian general Julius von Haynau, who carries a whip and wears a “Barclay’s Brewery” pitcher on his head. (Haynau was assaulted by Barclay employees while in England.)
The Hungarian extends his hand toward the slaveholder, saying, “I feel quite at home in this company give me your hand my good fellow.”
Further to the right are Lewis Cass and Stephen A. Douglas, disappointed aspirants for the 1852 Democratic nomination.
Cass says, “We are down Douglass, “Pierce” has bid lower than either of us.”
Douglas: “There is nothing impossible for a New Hampshire “Hunker” [i.e., conservative] Democrat to do in that line.”
On the ground nearby are the words, “the “slave&1ocratic miscalled the Democratic party, how they obey the “crack” of the slaveholder’s whip!
Need I say… We found the Point Of Contention!
Can we assume from the above disclosure (as outlined in the letters and notes from these insiders) not only were these institutions taken over by this parasite (creature), but the individuals, who contracted with them for favors and privileges.
Some information that may offer a clue into this cartoon:
In 1760 Roman Civil Law was introduced into English Common Law. Common Law before 1760 did not recognize unilateral contracts where there is no full disclosure and meeting of minds. It is this decision which sparked the American Revolution in 1776.
Noting the above, here is a letter to Judge John Tyler, June 17, 1812, from Thomas Jefferson, where he wanted nothing to do with Common Law of England because of the way it had been polluted by Roman Civil Law:
Roman law relies entirely on unilateral or “implied contracts”, where one party agrees by the simple act of “accepting a benefit” the civil government has to offer.
The act of “acceptance” comes with “strings” of compelled performance, because the act of voluntary acceptance (by silence) implies your endorsement, which then creates a “constructive trust arrangement” with the civil government for your assumed benefit. The trust “becomes the third party” who can dictate statues, codes and laws by its legislative powers, and individuals are thereby compelled to align their lives with them.
A Look at the Etymology of the word Democracy:Originlate 16th cent.: from French démocratie, via late Latin from Greek dēmokratia, from dēmos ‘the people’ + -kratia ‘power, rule’.
1574, from M.Fr. democratie, from M.L. democratia (13c.), from Gk. demokratia, from demos “common people,” originally “district” (see demotic),+ kratos “rule, strength” (see -cracy). Democratic for one of the two major U.S. political parties is 1829, though members of the Democratic-Republican (formerly Anti-Federal) party had been called Democrats since 1798; though colloquial abbrev. Demo dates to 1793.
1822, from Gk. demotikos “of or for the common people,” from demos “common people,” originally “district,” from PIE *da-mo- “division,” from base *da- “to divide” (see tide). In contrast to hieratic. Originally of the simpler of two forms of ancient Egyptian writing; broader sense is from 1831; used of Greek since 1927.
1656 (implied in hieratical), from Gk. hieratikos, from hierateia “priesthood,” from hierasthai “be a priest,” from hiereus “priest,” from hieros “sacred.”
So its true meaning, as outlined from the above would be:
DEMOTIC=divide (demon) opposite to HIERATIC=unite (spirit)
thus, equates to DEMON-RULE
The Baltimore Platform and Question of Reconstruction, June 11, 1864, New York Times: http://www.nytimes.com/1864/06/11/news/the-baltimore-platform-and-the-question-of-reconstruction.html
THE MASON-DIXON LINE
However, the original Mason–Dixon Line was actually a demarcation (or border) line between Pennsylvania and Maryland, in an effort to settle an 80-year land dispute between the two colonies. It also included the western border of present-day Delaware, as it was then a part of the Pennsylvania colony.
The on-going dispute between two families, Penn family of Pennsylvania, and the Calvert family of Maryland over the border between the two colonies finally erupted into war in 1730, one known as Cresap’s War. After years of conflict, England’s King George II negotiated a cease-fire in 1738.
Shortly thereafter, the Penns and Calverts commissioned two Englishman, Charles Mason and Jeremiah Dixon, to mark the official border, and solve their property dispute.
Summary of Parties during the 1800’s
The most drastic change in a political party was seen by the Democratic and the Republican Parties, they literally switched roles.
History, the Democratic Party has changed significantly during its more than two centuries of existence.
The party was a proponent for farmers across the country, urban workers, and new immigrants. It advocated westward expansion, Manifest Destiny, greater equality among all white men, and opposition to a national bank.
During the 19th century the party supported or tolerated slavery, and it opposed civil rights reforms after the Civil War in order to retain the support of Southern voters.
From 1860 to 1932, the Republican Party was dominant in presidential politics, as the Democrats elected only two presidents to four terms of office in 72 years, Grover Cleveland (in 1884 and 1892), and Woodrow Wilson (in 1912 and 1916); the only other Democratic president to serve during this time was Andrew Johnson, who as Vice President was elevated to the presidency after Abraham Lincoln’s assassination in 1865, but was never elected as president.
By the mid-20th century it had undergone a dramatic ideological realignment and reinvented itself as a party supporting organized labour, the civil rights of minorities, and progressive reform. Since President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s New Deal of the 1930s, the party has also tended to favour greater government intervention in the economy and to oppose government intervention in the private, non-economic affairs of citizens.
Also called Grand Old Party (GOP), in the United States. During the 19th century the Republican Party stood against the extension of slavery to the country’s new territories and, ultimately, for slavery’s complete abolition.
During the 20th and 21st centuries the party came to be associated with laissez-faire capitalism, low taxes, and conservative social policies. The party acquired the acronym GOP, widely understood as “Grand Old Party,” in the 1870s.
The term Republican was adopted in 1792 by supporters of Thomas Jefferson, who favoured a decentralized government with limited powers. Although Jefferson’s political philosophy is consistent with the outlook of the modern Republican Party, his faction, which soon became known as the Democratic-Republican Party, ironically evolved by the 1830s into the Democratic Party, the modern Republican Party’s chief rival.
The Republican Party traces its roots to the 1850s, when antislavery leaders (including former members of the Democratic, Whig, and parties) joined forces to oppose the extension of slavery into the Kansas and Nebraska territories by the proposed Kansas-Nebraska Act. At meetings in Ripon, Wisconsin (May 1854), and Jackson, Michigan (July 1854), they recommended forming a new party, which was duly established at the political convention in Jackson.
In this 1850 political cartoon,
the artist attacks abolitionist,
Free Soil, and other sectionalist
interests of 1850 as dangers to
The Whig Party (1834–54) included northern industrialists, southern planters whose economic interests were linked with the North, and some farmers. The Whigs opposed the strengthening of federal power and favored the development of industry not only in the North but in the South as well.
Members of the Anti-Masonic Movement merged with the Whigs after the demise of the Anti-Masonic Party in the mid-1830s.
The Whigs were twice victorious in presidential elections (in 1840 and 1848).The party began to split into the antislavery and proslavery Whigs; and was further divided by the Compromise of 1850. Turning to a former general, the Whigs in 1852 nominated Gen. Winfield Scott. The North and South had become so polarized over the slavery issue that the Whigs were no longer able to make a broad national appeal on the basis of “unalterable attachment to the Constitution and the Union.” Winfield Scott failed to win wide support as most Southern Whigs joined the Democratic Party. Diversified in its composition, the Whig Party had fallen apart and by 1854 most Northern Whigs joined the new Republican Party.
Many of the last remaining Whigs found a niche in the Know-Nothing Party and then backed the Constitutional Union Party as the country split apart in 1860.
Compromise of 1850
Series of measures passed by the U.S. Congress to settle slavery issues and avert secession. The crisis arose in late 1849 when the territory of California asked to be admitted to the Union with a constitution prohibiting slavery.
The problem was complicated by the unresolved question of slavery’s extension into other areas ceded by Mexico in 1848. In an attempt to satisfy pro-and antislavery forces, Sen. Henry Clay offered a series of measures that admitted California as a free state, left the question of slavery in the new territories to be settled by the local residents, and provided for the enforced return of runaway slaves and the prohibition of the slave trade in the District of Columbia.
Support from Daniel Webster and Stephen A. Douglas helped ensure passage of the compromise. Moderates throughout the Union accepted the terms, which averted secession for another decade but sowed seeds of discord.
Popular sovereignty was the political doctrine that the people who lived in a region should determine for themselves the nature of their government. In U.S. history, it was applied particularly to the idea that settlers of federal territorial lands should decide the terms under which they would join the Union, primarily applied to the status as free or slave. The first proponent of the concept was Senator Lewis Cass of Michigan, who put the idea forward while opposing the Wilmot Proviso in 1846.
The concept was widely popularized by Stephen A. Douglas in 1854. Douglas, who coined the term, thought the settlers should vote on their status early in territorial development. Other supporters adopted a somewhat different stance, arguing that the status should be determined by a vote taken when the territory was fully prepared for statehood.
Popular sovereignty was invoked in the Compromise of 1850 and later in the Kansas-Nebraska Act (1854). The tragic events in “Bleeding Kansas” exposed the doctrine’s shortcomings, as pro- and anti-slavery forces battled each other to effect the outcome they wished.
Popular sovereignty was first termed “squatter sovereignty” by John C. Calhoun and that designation was adopted by its critics, which included proslavery Southerners and many New Englanders.
Know Nothing Party
An American political movement With shadowy beginnings. It may have originated out of New York and emerged from secret societies opposed to immigrants coming to America. The Know Nothing Party promised to purify American politics by limiting or ending immigration, especially the Irish Catholic immigrants who flooded east coast cities during the years of the Great Famine in the late 1840s.
It was empowered by popular fears that the country was being overwhelmed by German and Irish Catholic immigrants, whom they saw as hostile to republican values and where controlled by the pope in Rome.
Mainly active from 1854 to 1856, there were few prominent leaders, and the largely middle-class membership fragmented over the issue of slavery.
Copperhead (Peace Party)
Also called Peace Democrat, during the American Civil War, pejoratively, any citizen in the North who opposed the war policy and advocated restoration of the Union through a negotiated settlement with the South. Republicans started calling antiwar Democrats “Copperheads”, likening them to the venomous snake. The Peace Democrats accepted the label, reinterpreting the copper “head” as the likeness of Liberty, which they cut from copper pennies and proudly wore as badges. (wiki)
Nearly all Copperheads were Democrats, but not all Democrats were Copperheads; whose strength was mainly in the Midwest (Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois), where many families had Southern roots and where agrarian interests fostered resentment of the growing dominance of industrialists in the Republican Party and federal government. In addition, groups opposed to conscription and emancipation—e.g., the Irish population in New York City, who feared that freed Southern blacks would come north and take jobs away—backed such Peace Democrat leaders as Horatio Seymour, Fernando Wood, and Clement L. Vallandigham.
Copperheads also drew strength from the ranks of those who objected to Lincoln’s abrogation of civil liberties and those who simply wanted an end to the massive bloodshed. In 1862 the Copperheads organized the Knights of the Golden Circle, which successively became the Order of American Knights and the Sons of Liberty. Although Republicans accused these groups of treasonable activities, there is little evidence to support the accusation. Most Copperheads were more interested in maintaining the existence of the Democratic Party and defeating Republican opponents for public office than they were in participating in any disloyal activities. (read more)
The Free-Soil Party was a short-lived political party in the United States active in the 1848 and 1852 presidential elections, and in some state elections. Founded in Buffalo, New York, it was a third party and a single-issue party that largely appealed to and drew its greatest strength from New York State. The party leadership consisted of former anti-slavery members of the Whig Party and the Democratic Party. Its main purpose was opposing the expansion of slavery into the western territories, arguing that free men on free soil comprised a morally and economically superior system to slavery.
They opposed slavery in the new territories (agreeing with the Wilmot proviso) and sometimes worked to remove existing laws that discriminated against freed “African-Americans” in states such as Ohio.
The Compromise of 1850 temporarily neutralized the issue of slavery and undercut the party’s no-compromise position. Most Barnburners returned to the Democratic party, and the Free Soil Party became dominated by ardent anti-slavery leaders. The party membership was largely absorbed by the Republican Party in 1854.
a look at the times: http://historymatters.gmu.edu/d/6225/
The Indigenous Americans and the Scots. Why these two groups of people have so much in common? Because they are related. The Indigenous American assisted the Highlanders by providing a safe haven and a new start as their Lands were being usurped by the British Crown. However it was these former Royals of the Highlands who knew intuitively when and where to flee. It has to do with the spirit.
When I first saw the map image to the right of the 1590 map, (The actual map I found only said Secot. Virginia was not there.) I immediately knew it said Scot and it was the connecting link. See videos Land Restitution…Go F$£€ Your Self! (The video has been tampered with, but what is there can be innerStood, by the mere names of the counties and towns that are NOT incorporated) and the video Take A Stand…It’s Your Land (How the West Was REALLY Won)
The Book: White People, Indians and Highlands (Tribal Peoples and Colonial Encounters in Scotland and America) gives a bit of insight. I say a bit because you will need to read it with your first sight to distinguish Truth, Lie and Misdirection. So here is an excerpt that is TRUTH!
(By the way, the reason why so many did not speak, read or write English is because many within the region spoke Gaelic! English was the newest language to the Americas.)
EXCERPTS From the Book:
The below mentioned Campbell is a creation (appointed) by the British Crown. This is one of the methods they used to usurp land and titles.
The “Indian” and the Scot, share the same sentiment, “I gown out of this ground.”
Their family histories were told in song, just like the poems of Edda of the Vikings.
Both the Indians and the Highlanders had matrilineal communities.
Calloway begins his analysis by providing the reader with background information on the Highland Scotch and the Native Americans. The reader learns that the Highlander Scots were remnants of the ancient Celts. Their culture was clan based, built around a pastoral economy centered on cattle in which land was held communally by the clan.
“Calloway reminds us how much the past remains within the present; hence the identities claimed by Scots, Indians, and Indian Scots today have been forged by their colonial experiences, their uprooting, and their many encounters with each other from the seventeenth century forward.”–Margaret Connell Szaz, Journal of British Studies
“Calloway’s study offers a compelling historical portrait of two groups struggling to maintain their homeland and cultural identities amid the turmoil and confusion unleashed by Euroamerican imperialism.”–Kevin T. Barksdale, Virginia Magazine of History & Biography
“By situating the story of Indians and Highlanders in the larger Atlantic world of empire building, Calloway makes a tought-provoking case for his argument of similitude…A fine example of comparative and Atlantic world history.” —Montana: The Magazine of Southern History
Mr. Calloway makes no excuses for the lives of those he studies, illustrating how the actors within the pageant of history are often guided by selfish motives. However, he dispels the myth of a monolithic past, illustrating that on the frontier multiple ethnicities were involved, including warring Native American tribes, the French, the British, the Spanish, and the Scotch.