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REAL NIGS & JIM CROW LAWS
“Crow” was an American Indian tribe and was also a derogatory term for a very swarthy or dark skinned person…
Since so called black European Americans classified themselves and Caucasians as “white”—which ORIGINALLY denoted a person who had origins in any of the ORIGINAL peoples of Europe—it is plausible to assume that they also used the word “Crow” in reference to a very swarthy or dark skinned American Indian…
The word “Nig” is noted in an 1879 British book on colonial household management as “a term too often applied to the Indian natives.”
From the beginning of the so called black European colonization of the Americas, so called black Europeans often removed native peoples from lands they wished to occupy…
So called black Spanish America was founded in 1492…
So called black New France was founded in 1534…
So called black British America was founded in 1607…
So called black Dutch America was founded in 1624…
So called black Europeans have had relations with so called black Native Americans AND mongoloid Native Americans for centuries…
It was OUR people who enforced the “Indian Removal Act”
It was OUR people who created the “Indian reservation”
It was OUR people who fought the Natives in the “American Indian Wars”
It was OUR people who negotiated the “American Indian Treaties”
I say all of that to say that you’ve been lied to in regards to the narrative surrounding the “Jim Crow Laws”
Jim Crow laws were state and local laws that enforced racial segregation in the United States…
These laws were ORIGINALLY enacted in the late 19th century by so called black Democrat-dominated state legislatures to disenfranchise and remove political and economic gains made by American Indians and poor Caucasians during the Reconstruction period…
You have to remember what people were ruling in Europe from antiquity until the Scramble for Africa, what people were emigrating from Europe to the American colonies since the 15th century, and what people were the heads of the U.S. government in the 1700’s and 1800’s, and what people were truly disenfranchised…
Only in 1954—the year the Civil Rights movement began—under the Eisenhower administration did the “Jim Crow Laws” pertain to so called blacks…