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Did Blacks build America?
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idk is america made out of cotton?
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Not unless it’s made from cotton.
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>>144369578
Money is like 75% cotton though.
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>>144369640
Lol he writes as though White people deserve an award for not being as fucked up as they could be.
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>>144369522
In 5 years, the narrative will be that niggers founded America. We wuz explorers and shit
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>>144369522
Bet this nigger works in govt and does everything it can to harm the interests of white people.
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>>144369522
Pfft it was indentured servitude, they were paid in hot meals and a tool shack to sleep in. Didn't do jack shit for free.
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>>144369522
Does John Deere, and International Harvester do anything besides work fields? Nope.
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>>144369522
>>144369578
>>144369653


I've seen this exact fucking thread just a few days ago. Fuck off bots/lazy shills
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WE WUZ
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>>144369738
white people were literally the first civilization in history to abolish slavery at a national level.
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funny
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>>144369522
They built peanut butter and invented pyramids.
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>>144369522
This machine replaced them, so you tell me.
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>>144369522
does foxconn get credit for making the iphone?

no.

niggers did not write the constitution
they did not organize international relations
they did not organize trade deals
they did not design the infrastructure or the architecture
they did not start any industries

they harvest material and served food for their slave owners. that's it.

they made a minimal contribution to building the U.S.
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>>144369867
And to fight a war for it etc.
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Gettin real sick of these niggers and their anti-white shit.
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>>144369522
they cant even build their own communities.
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>>144369522
"If you are good at something never do it for free"
-spiderman
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>>144369522
no cereals did
also reminder wage slaves and paddys had it worse than any nigger
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>>144369848
welcome to /pol/
get the fuck out
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>>144369522
Does a hammer build a house?
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Is it the same Russian fags spamming this garbage on the daily?
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>>144369522
If they did it's only because white people told them what to do.
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>>144369745
this
(((they))) are trying to rewrite history to make blacks even more unruly towards whites
they are a biological weapon
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>>144369522
Schlitz Or Get The Fuck Out
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>>144370073
This, why do you keep asking this question OP?
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>>144369864
KANGZ N SHIEETTT
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WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ WE WUZ KANGZ
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>>144369522
No. They were forced to help, which ended up being a good thing right?
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>>144369522
america wouldnt be what it was today without slaves so id say they helped shape america
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>>144369522
>build a dog house using a hammer
>"did the hammer build the dog house?"
of course not you idiot
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>>144369522
have blacks built anything that even remotely looks like america anywhere else?
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nope, still white straight christian males, keep trying leftists
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>>144369745
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even if they were used to make a few buildings thats hardly america. look at pictures of the skyscrapers going up. white labor built america.
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>>144369522

Yes they did. That's why africa is so advanced because of all the things blacks can build. Just look at the technology and culture of wakanda.
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>>144370456
If you think about it
There existed black people in africa that where slaves to other black people, which sold the black slaves to be sent to america as slaves

the dumb blacks, ensalved by blacks in their own country, where sold to white men.

the dumbest of blacks brought it, breeded out and racemixed to what they are today

african american are descendant of the stupidiest of hand picked blacks

makes you think
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>>144369738
Do they not?
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>>144369522

The part of it that is made of watermelon
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No. Blacks like to pretend they built everything but in reality they were protected farm equipment. Meanwhile asians, irish and some eurodogs who were treated and exploited worse than slaves actually built all the infrastructure.

Honestly love seeing the calls for reparations. Sure darkies get in line, natives first, then the asians and whites, then you. Infact maybe they should pay us from saving them from their african mud hut existence idk. hmm
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>>144369522
lol no.
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>>144369522
if they know how to build great nations, why dont they do it in africa
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>>144371102

>implying wakanda doesn't exist
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John Locke, an Englishman who lived from 1632 to 1704, promoted some of the most influential ideas of the Enlightenment. He pioneered the idea that humans are naturally good, and are corrupted by society or government to becoming deviant. Locke described this idea in his An Essay Concerning Human Understanding as the tabula rasa, a Latin phrase meaning blank slate. The idea was not original to him, however. In fact, Locke directly took the idea from a Muslim philosopher from the 1100s, Ibn Tufail. In Ibn Tufail’s book, Hayy ibn Yaqdhan, he describes an identical idea about how humans act as a blank slate, absorbing experiences and information from their surroundings.

John Locke borrowed many of his Enlightenment ideas from the Muslim philosopher, Ibn Tufail

The same idea manifests itself in the life of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). He stated that “No child is born except on the fitra.” Fitra here can be defined as the natural, pure state of a person. According to Islamic thought, all humans are born in a natural state of purity, with belief in one God, and that as they grow older, they adopt the ideas and beliefs of the people around them, particularly their parents. This is the intellectual forerunner of the tabula rasa that Locke learned from Ibn Tufail.

Through Locke, this concept would influence the political idea that humans should not be constrained by an oppressive and intolerant government. His ideas, which he borrowed from Ibn Tufail, would end up forming a cornerstone of America’s revolutionary ideas that the colonists in America would be much better off if they were not under the oppressive British government. Locke further expanded on the subject by describing something he called the social contract. In this social contract theory, the people must consent to be ruled by a government that in turn agrees to protect the natural rights of its citizens.
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This same concept is also seen in 1377 in the Muqaddimah of the great Muslim historian and sociologist, Ibn Khaldun. In it, he states, “The concomitants of good rulership are kindness to, and protection of, one’s subjects. The true meaning of royal authority is realized when a ruler defends his subjects.” Here Ibn Khaldun is explaining one of the main political ideas of the Enlightenment, 300 years before Locke proposes the same argument: that a government must defend, not infringe on, the rights of its citizens. Later, in 1776, the preamble of the Declaration of Independence stated a similar argument: “Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed.”

John Locke also pioneered the concept of natural rights: the idea that humans all have a set of God-given rights that should not be taken away by any government. In the Declaration of Independence, this is stated as “…they [men] are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

While most American and European textbooks promote this as a unique “Western” idea, the truth is that it is far older than John Locke and Thomas Jefferson. Again, in the Muqaddimah, Ibn Khaldun explains: “Those who infringe upon property commit an injustice. Those who deny people their rights commit an injustice.” He goes on to explain that this leads to the destruction of a state, and cites examples from the life of the Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) where he forbade injustice. The concepts that a Muslim government should not infringe upon rights was very clear in Islamic law and was a well-accepted idea throughout Muslim empires.
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>>144369522
Yes and no. Blacks are partially responsible for building and maintaining a sizeable portion of plantations in the former confederate states. The plantation industry of the South died with the civil war. While blacks certainly contributed to the plantation economy of the South, slavery was shown to have a net negative economic effect on the Southern economy (the reliance on plantations meant less incentive to industrialize, as the north did - a major factor leading to the South's loss during the civil war). Other than the contribution to para bellum plantation economy, blacks have no contributions to our nation to show since the 1860's.
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Other Enlightenment philosophers were heavily influenced by earlier Muslims and Islamic ideas. Without going into great detail, the following are some examples:

Isaac Newton was greatly influenced by Ibn al-Haytham, the Muslim scientist who pioneered the scientific method, optics, and the laws of motion. In Europe, Ibn al-Haytham was well known, as were his ideas about science and philosophy. Isaac Newton borrowed from Ibn al-Haytham the idea that there are natural laws that run the universe (an idea first proposed by Caliph al-Ma’mun as his rationale for establishing the House of Wisdom in Baghdad). Later Enlightenment philosophers used the idea of natural laws to support concepts of natural rights, the government’s role, and economic systems. All of these ideas influenced the Founding Fathers of America who cited them as the basis of the United States.

Montesquieu is usually cited as the first to propose the ideas of separation of government into several branches. During his time in Europe, monarchs held absolute power and shared control of the state with no one. The Muslim world had historically never run in such a way. While caliphs in the Umayyad and Abbasid Empires held most of the power, there also existed the idea of shura, which was a council whose job it was to advise the caliph. In those governments there also existed ministers who carried out tasks under the supervision of the monarch. Perhaps the most important however, were the qadis, or judges, who formed a legal system based on Islamic law and were independent of the ruling caliph. A prime example of how Islamic governments are designed to work through a bureaucracy is Imam al-Mawardi’s Al-Ahkam Al-Sultaniyyah [On the Ordinances of the Government], written in the early 1000s. In it, al-Mawardi explains how the caliph and other government officials are to carry out their roles within their individual spheres, all while staying within the framework of Islamic law.
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All of the philosophical ideas already mentioned would not have had much effect if it were not for a curious black drink that came out of the Muslim world – coffee.

During the Middle Ages in Europe, the drink of choice was alcohol. In France and other areas that grew grapes, wine was the dominant drink, while beer and ale were popular further north. Drinking water was actually rare, as it was believed that alcoholic beverages were cleaner than water and more filling. The result of this belief was constant drunkenness among the European population.

In Yemen in the middle of the 1400s, a new drink that was made from coffee beans was beginning to become quite popular. The Yemenis were roasting and then boiling coffee beans in water to produce a drink that was rich in caffeine, a stimulant that causes the body to have more energy and the brain to think more clearly. Through the 1400s and 1500s, coffee spread throughout the Muslim world, and coffee shops began to pop up in major cities. These coffee shops became a center of urban society, as people met there to socialize and enjoy the company of others.

By the 1600s, these coffee houses had spread to Europe as well. Although there was initial resistance to drinking a “Muslim drink” in Christian Europe, the beverage caught on. The coffeehouses became a central aspect of the Enlightenment, particularly in France. Whereas previously Europeans had been drinking alcohol regularly, they now met in coffee houses, where they discussed philosophy, government, politics, and other ideas that were the cornerstones of the Enlightenment. French Enlightenment philosophers such as Diderot, Voltaire, and Rousseau were all regular customers at the coffeehouses of Paris.

Were it not for this drink from the Muslim lands, Europe might never have had the Enlightenment, as the philosophers would never have met to discuss ideas, nor had the mental clarity (due to alcohol consumption) to think philosophically.
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How did this all lead to revolution?

The American Revolution was a direct effect of the European Enlightenment. The theories of rights, government, and the human self that were the basis of Enlightenment took form in the 1700s at the hands of great minds such as Locke, Newton, and Montesquieu. They, however, borrowed their ideas from earlier Muslim philosophers such as Ibn Tufail, Ibn Sina, and Ibn Khaldun. Were it not for their ideas which were rooted in Islam, the Enlightenment may not have been as insightful, or may not have even happened. Added to this was the effect that coffee had on Europe in giving the philosophers a forum to expand their ideas and learn new ones.

Without the Enlightenment, the American colonists never would have had the intellectual backing they needed to revolt. The ideas of freedom, liberty, and human rights that America is founded on are originally Muslim ideas formulated by Muslim philosophers working with the Quran and Hadith as their basis. While it is not accurate to claim that Muslims single-handedly caused the American Revolution, their contributions and influences cannot be overlooked. Those who claim that Islamic ideas are not compatible with American society must remember that it was those Islamic ideas that helped form American society, freedom, and liberty in the first place.
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>>144371102
their excuse is always either:

>colonialism (#1)
>lack of resources (attributed to colonialist theft)
>climate
>the tsetse fly and other insects fucking their cattle and crops
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>>144369522
>>144369578
Yes they built America not of choice, they were forced labor that created massive profits for the white to expand and build.
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>>144369522
what message on the shirt have anything to do with a cunt wearing it?
she is not black - far from it
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>>144369522
When I use a hammer to build a fence, would you say that it was the hammer that built the fence?

Blacks toiled but only under the direction of whites. We've seen what blacks can build without and guidance or interference from whites (not a whole lot). America was always built by whites. Blacks were just another tool in the bin used to realize the white man's vision of a great nation.
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>>144369522
They built early america but whites/blacks/mexicans built modern america.
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>>144371266
Wickedness can born into a person at the start of conception, just like intellect, retardation or any other mental state. We are born of no sin or wrong doing, but we are most certainly not all born pure
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They did, but they're mad they weren't comped
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>>144369522
certainly not
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>>144369522
The British Empire built the Anglo countries.
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>>144371266
>humans are naturally good, and are corrupted by society

True. That's why city dwellers like those in NY and LA are rude, confrontational, and snobs. While small town folks are friendly, warm, and chatty.

It's no wonder city folks vote for the wrong candidates too, while rural country bumpkins vote for the right candidates.
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The simple answer is no. slaves did not build america. they never founded the institutions or communities that exist today.

They were for the most part agricultural and labour slaves. working in the commercial cotton industry

working crops, picking cotton, sugarcane, wheat, working in quarries etc. some were house slaves, maids etc.

building, stone masonry etc was done by whites settlers and immigrants from europe. alot of these immigrants built their own properties, with no ones help but that of their own community

Only big projects would have required slaves
to perform meager jobs like moving material and digging foundations etc.
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>>144369522
Clearly the Irish, we designed and built the Whitehouse

pic related
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>>144370325
While on the other hand, any Person with an Irish surname still can claim to be king of this hill or that island etc, and nobody in Ireland argues.

we is still kings, you has beens.
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>>144370461
shhh, they'll say they built the Sun if you back them into a corner
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>>144369975

eli whitney invented the modern cotton gin in 1794. that increased cotton production 50 fold.

Cotton was king in the south of the USA, and they need more slaves to increase that production.

most slaves to the USA arrived between 1700 to 1820.

Most were forced across state lines to the south to increase the numbers of workers to keep up with the increased cotton production.
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>>144371513
SHE WUZ
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>>144371403
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>>144371266
Wtf i hate America now.
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>>144373984
just notice how muzzies can never apply these revelations they have.

They just wait until we do it and say "ooh, we already knew that" then proceed to try fuck us up (Gates of Vienna period)

little bitches, i might fight one today for fun
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>>144369522
White middle class unions built America
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No
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>>144369522
>Did Blacks build America?
No. Less than 5% of all colonial infrastructure was built by slave labor.
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No. They just are the best at /sp/ except for hockey, winter sports, weightlifting, bodybuilding, curling, ultimate frisbee, shooting (praise Kek), soccer, and motorsports.
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>>144369522
hell no they didn't, if anything beaners and spics are better for american society than niggers, spics atleast work well and do all the hard jobs and don't commit the most crime as 13% of population like the niggers do, if anything bringing niggers to america was a mistake of the slave owners because those niggers are a plague of american and western society
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>>144369522

Just the South. Which is why it's still such a giant shithole.
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>>144369738
And you talk as if niggers aren't the most spoiled contingent of the people on the planet. Other blacks sold those blacks to Europeans themselves and we ended up emancipating them. Do you think the average Englishman, or Frenchman, or German was living the fucking high life all those hundreds of years before the establishment of the middle class? No, you imbecile. Back then it was aristocracy and peasantry and peasants were slaves in all but name. The British and Irish working classes were ALWAYS shit on and treated like scum but we don't complain. Our ancestors were sold into slavery by sandniggers (Jew and Arab alike) and we don't complain. Any time I hear some dumb fucking black guy crying about slavery I tune out immediately. Shut the fuck up and go get a job and stop being so fucking lazy.
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>>144369522
yea, Martin Luther built America
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Yeah I think I heard somewhere that they built it right after they invented the wheel and sailboat. Seems legit.
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>>144371403
>Those who claim that Islamic ideas are not compatible with American society must remember that it was those Islamic ideas that helped form American society, freedom, and liberty in the first place.
and the Muslims' response to those ideas that the Europeans ran with and improved upon was to have their own reformation: Wahhabism, Salafism, etc. Instead of moving forward, they moved backward, reverted, and retreated in on themselves. That is why Islam in not compatible with the West. They have decided to reject that which they, according you, started.
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>>144369522
Name 10 black farmers
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>>144369772
She works for CNN, so yeah.
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>>144370043
>wearing only socks
these guys need to step up their game. Someone needs to be caught doing this only wearing a belt.
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>>144369522
No, they destroyed it.
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>>144371031
muh dik
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>>144369522
WE WUZ INVENTORS N SHIIT
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that hairline in the OP wtf
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>>144369522
Of course can’t you telll by how all the buildings in the United States is made out of cotton?
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>>144369522
No, the Irish and the Chinese did.
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>blacks build America?
>"We Wuz Onna Ground."
not even once.
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>>144369522
America in a nut-shell. Whites build, blacks destroy. Detroit, Baltimore, New Orleans, Ferguson, Atlanta, Compton, Chicago. Wherever they are in masses, violence and poverty.
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No. At most they did menial labor. They did not plan or design anything. Of course they are trying to steal credit, they try and steal literally everything
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>>144376424
this
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>>144371421

Your grasp of history is shallow to say the least.
Have a look at
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>>144369522
You can't include American blacks in the rest of the world's black population. American blacks are the most ignorant, dis-organized group of people. They create nothing, only destroy. Parasites by nature.




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