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Huma Abedin and the Declassified Saudi Arabia 9/11 Revelations

Newly released pages raise troubling questions about the Clinton confidante’s own jihadist connections. image

The Report also mentions groups such as the World Arab Muslim Youth Association (WAMY), based in Saudi Arabia, which the FBI believes is ‘closely associated with funding and financing of international terrorist activities.”

A study of organizations in this network, with the Saudi government agencies or front groups at its hub, is very instructive in itself. But it reveals something else, highly relevant to this year’s presidential election. There are direct links of Islamic organizations in the network to those to which Hillary Clinton’s top aide and confidante Huma Abedin has belonged. To be clear, Huma Abedin is not named in the Report. However, her associations with groups linked to what is referenced in the Report is highly troubling, to say the least. 


Slavery: Racially Incorrect Facts

In the interest of that “honest discussion” of race that the Eric Holders and Barack Obamas of the world claim to want, I submit considerations without which no such discussion can be had.image

One glaringly inconvenient truth that, odds are, few folks of any race are aware is that the very first legal slave owner in America was one Anthony Johnson—a black man.  More specifically, Johnson was an Angolan who himself had been an indentured servant in the colony of Virginia before he became a tobacco planter himself.  One of the African indentured servants who worked Johnson’s 300 acre plot of land was John Casor.

While making his case, Johnson, in referring to Casor, insisted that, “Thee had ye Negro for his life.”

Casor became the first legally recognized slave in the American colonies.  Johnson, then, was the first slave owner.

And Casor did in fact spend the rest of his natural existence toiling for his master.


Eight million whites lived in the South, but of these, fewer than 325,000 owned slaves.  What this means is that only 1.4 percent of the total white population consisted of slave owners, and only 4.8 percent of the white Southern population did so.

In glaring contrast, in this same year, there were 4.5 million blacks living in America, and 500,000 blacks in the South. Over half of these—261, 988—were freed men.  In the city of New Orleans alone, more than 3,000 blacks owned slaves.  That is, 28 percent of the free black population consisted of slave holders.


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