The South Has Been at Civil War for 150 Years | Alternet
...for blacks, earning the rights of citizenship was to prove a much more protracted war.
The Emancipation Proclamation helped the Union immeasurably. It converted a war to preserve the union into a war of liberation, a change that gained widespread support in key European nations. And by rescinding a 1792 ban on blacks serving in the armed forces, the Proclamation solved the increasingly pressing personnel needs of the Union Army in the face of a declining number of white volunteers. During the war nearly 200,000 blacks, most of them ex-slaves joined the Union Army, giving the North additional manpower needed to win the war. As historian James M. McPherson writes, “The proclamation officially turned the Union army into an army of liberation…And by authorizing the enlistment of freed slaves into the army, the final proclamation went a long step toward creating that army of liberation.”Lincoln, lies and Black folk (Pt. 2)
Readers of the book The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, Vol. 2, can attest to the effectiveness of the Talmud-based system that replaced slavery in America. Somebody had to plant, cultivate and pick the cotton, corn, wheat, and sugar, build the railroads and bridges, and load and unload the ships feeding international trade.
Spielberg wants to reinforce the fiction that a single document exonerated America and ended forever a system by which his people grew so wealthy. Take Spielberg’s own Hollywood for example. It is called by Jewish scholar Neal Gabler “An empire of their own”—a reference to the Jewish moguls who ran all the major studios. Hollywood is the product of investment by the notorious banking house Lehman Brothers. At one time in the 1850s the immigrant Mayer Lehman was appointed by the governor to be in charge of ALL the cotton in Alabama—which meant he was in charge of the state’s Black African slaves. His Jewish family generated so much money from slave labor that they adamantly fought against Lincoln’s attempts to end Black slavery. With their cotton-trading profits they moved to New York and got into investment banking, ultimately financing the studio “empires” of Steven Spielberg and his forbears.