American History

Cause: A person or thing that gives rise to an action, phenomenon, or condition; a principle, aim, or movement that, because of a deep commitment, one is prepared to defend or advocate; make happen

Reason: A cause, explanation, or justification for an action or event

While most people believe that the cause of the Civil War was the issue of slavery, it was the reason, not the cause.

The cause of the Civil War was the coming together of indentured servants and slaves who recognized that they were both in the same boat, forever working for the wealthy plantation owner, never owning the land they worked.

The reason the Civil War was implemented was to create a divide between the citizens of this new country that would serve two purposes:
1. Break the financial back of the newly wealthy plantation owners who were not members of the elite, and
2. Support the American industrial revolution which would be financed and controlled by the elite

This was accomplished by capitalizing on the belief that Blacks were inferior to Whites and then creating financial envy between and among the two groups by dividing them into classes according to socio-economic status.

The union that was being considered between indentured servants and slaves to overtake the plantation owner was destroyed as the war pitted families on both sides against each other.

This infighting resulted in the financial collapse of America which resulted in the purchase of America by the banks which changed America from united states into a corporation.

Our original Constitution reads, “The Constitution for the united states of America” it now reads, “THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” changed by the Act of 1871.

The people are rebelling again, and the powers that be will adjust by convincing the masses that they are much better off than they think they are because they can now own things. However, we still have not realized that while we own land and things we no longer own America.

We must understand the past in order to change the future.

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