Yup THE FOWL of the air and BEAST of the field…..both
FO-REIGN to this land and have deceived you and cast you out from being amongst his living creatures!!!
You are the ORIGNAL EARTH/SOIL/DRY LAND
or so called black folks!!
God created them within thine gates by
splicing and breeding. Then brought more of their kind waters/foreigners/immagrants/aliens over in abundance to till,subdue,replenish, and FILL the EARTH. Oh I forgot then he proceeded to FLOOD THE EARTH!!
Guess what..wiith “water” in order to cultivate and scatter his seed/cede on the EARTH and produce his choices fruits,grasses, and offspring. Yup so they could fly above you in the expanse or heavenly realm/god-vernment as or with man and “earth” will be his footstool. Crazy thing is his feet are still ther today and you keep making sure they stay clean and comfortable
justsaying And no this aint yo mamma bible study its time to wake yo @$$ up!! AMERICAN ABORIGINES UNCHAINED
(Punch, September 13, 1862)
In the background, France, a slightly portly eagle and Great Britain, a worried-looking lion, wonder if it is time to intervene in the Civil War, especially since the participants appear to be made weary by the fight. This cartoon, which appeared days before the battle of Antietam, indicates that Europeans believed both the North and the South were nearly played out. Neither European power had taken an official position, although both were keenly interested in the outcome for economic and political reasons, and both leaned ever so slightly towards recognition of the Confederate States of America.
Both Great Britain and France eagerly sought a resumption of shipments of Southern cotton. Britain’s industry relied on these shipments as their supplies were running low and its textile mills were beginning to lay off workers. At the same time, Britain also imported wheat from the North and needed an uninterrupted supply. Thus, Britain was more reluctant than France to pick sides. France’s Napoleon III had designs on Mexico. He wanted to establish a puppet government there and hoped, as an ally, the South would permit it do so without interference. But France, like Britain, did not want to upset the North and therefore waited for the Confederacy to achieve a great victory over the Union army.