Thursday, September 29, 2022

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND CIVIL WAR CONDUCTED BY GERMAN JEW ROTHSCHILD, LONG BURIED TRUTHS EXHUMED, Part 5 – Capt Ajit Vadakayil

 

THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PAT 4 , BELOW-


https://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2022/09/the-american-revolution-and-civil-war_27.html




SOMEBODY CALLED ME UP AND CRIED

CAPTAIN

WAS THE SHIP MAYFLOWER AND ITS 102 PILGRIM PASSENGERS FIRST TO REACH AMERICA AT PYMOUTH AS IS TAUGHT IN US SCHOOLS?

BALLS

THREE SHIPS WENT TO AMERICA ( 1617TO 1619 ) BEFORE MAYFLOWER ARRIVAL IN 1620 TO KEEP SMALL POX GERM INFUSED BLANKETS TO EXTERMINATE RED INDIAN NATIVES FROM THE ENTIRE AREA

A PERMANENT SETTLEMENT FOR 121 SETTLERS ON ROANOKE ISLAND, KNOWN TO HISTORY AS THE "LOST COLONY" WAS MADE IN 1587 NEAR HATTERAS , NORTH CAROLINA

THE SETTLERS, DISAPPEARED IN 1590

BIG MIISTAKE: -- A SILVER CUP WAS MISSING AND THE WHITES TORTURED AND KILLED COUPLE OF RED INDIANS TO RETRIEVE IT.

THE 1607 JAMESTOWN COLONY WAS ESTABLISHED.. ONLY LEFT HANDED HOMOSEXUAL MEN.. NO WOMEN .

I WILL WRITE ABOUT IT

Capt ajit vadakayil
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the marks humans leave are too often scars

from suffering can emerge the strongest souls

most massive heroes are seared with soul scars.

soul scars unlike them skin scars lie deep within

they have a hidden story of trust betrayed 

they are hard to heal , for they don’t bleed

leaves you mired in feculence, comfortably numb 

very few have snapped out of this world of hurt

emerge stronger , use them scars as wings-  

always 





TO BE CONTINUED




CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL

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Tuesday, September 27, 2022

THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND CIVIL WAR CONDUCTED BY GERMAN JEW ROTHSCHILD, LONG BURIED TRUTHS EXHUMED, Part 4 – Capt Ajit Vadakayil

 

THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 3 , BELOW


https://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2022/09/the-american-revolution-and-civil-war_25.html



the jesuit jews used america, as their war machine.. they weaponized jesus Christ

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2019/12/national-prayer-breakfast-where-jesus.html

 

all us presidents were protestants ..john f. kennedy was the first catholic president and joe biden, the current one, is the second.

 

in the 18th century, many countries kicked the jewish jesuits out, due to their subversive ways; and then the king of france convinced the pope to remove the jesuits power and authority.

 

“the jesuits are a military organization, not a religious order. their chief (the jesuit general) is a general of an army, not the mere father abbot of a monastery. and the aim of this organization is power – power in its most despotic exercise – absolute power, universal power, power to control the world by the volition of a single man. jesuitism is the most absolute of despotisms – and at the same time the greatest and most enormous of abuses.” ----napoleon bonaparte

 

the jesuits setup educational institutions, to shape the minds of americans, and to find people to use for their agenda.

 

the jesuits caused the civil war to bankrupt the united states of america; which lead to the treasonous congressional act of 1871, which created a new entity called the united states of america, which is a city-state corporation, which has a new constitution.

 

before the united states of america was founded, the settlers were 98% protestant, as they had fled europe to escape the inquisition of the jesuits of rome, who are the military arm of the vatican.

 

they banned catholics from being a lawyer, from voting and from holding public office.

 

jew charles carroll was the jesuit handler of george washington.  no jesuit would have been elected as president, but they didn’t need to, as long as they controlled the president.

 

jesuits are  a secret order created by jew adam weishaupt, a jesuit priest…

 

 jew adam weishaupt, the notorious jesuit priest who founded the bavarian illuminati which has been behind many subversive movements.

 

the queen of england is from the house of windsor which is really the house of saxe-coburg and gotha. wikipedia explains it very simply:

 

the name was changed from saxe-coburg and gotha to the english windsor in 1917 because of anti-german sentiment in the british empire during world war i.

 

the windsors aren't british, they're german jews like adam weishaupt.

 

the illuminati existed in spain in the 1500’s and was officially known in spain as “the alumbrados”

 

jew ignatius of loyola, while studying at salamanca in 1527, was brought before an ecclesiastical commission on a charge of sympathy with the alumbrados.

 

. the pope gave ignatius his stamp of approval, and allowed ignatius loyola to start up the jesuit order which would serve and eventually take over the vatican.

 

 ignatius was officially ordained by the pope as jesuit general.

 

adam weishaupt was simply an agent for the jesuits to revive the illuminati weishaupt began his formal education at age seven at a jesuit school. he later enrolled at the university of ingolstadt (jesuit university named after the founder of the jesuits) and graduated in 1768

 

in 1773, weishaupt became a professor of canon law, a position that was held exclusively by the jesuits until that time

 

the founder of the jesuits (ignatius loyola) was documented as a leading member of the illuminati in the 1500’s.   the jesuits are the secret puppet masters of the illuminati, who hide in the shadows and under the protection of roman catholic religious costumes.

 

the jesuits act righteous and above board during the day in the public limelight, however at night, they turn their crosses upside down, and their religious costumes inside out and worship their true lord who is satan.

 

jesit jews conducted inquisitions.  an example is the goan inquisition done by jesuit jew francis xavier..jesuits punished people who efused to convert by using small pox blankets

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2010/12/portuguese-inquisition-in-goa-ordered.html

columbus was a jesuit jew

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2013/01/christopher-columbus-father-of-american.html

 

fransisco pizarro and hernan cortez were jesuit jews

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2012/07/fransisco-pizarro-hernan-cortez.html

 

st peters cathedral ( vatican ) was a shiva temple before owned by the calicut king.. the giant obelisk in the courtyard was a gift from hindu kerala thiyya egyptian queen cleopatra to hindu kerala thiyya roman emperor julius caesar .. this obelisk was transported from the heliopolis temple in egypt owned by the calicut king..

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2019/08/secrets-of-roman-pantheon-inaugurated.html

 

the jesuits never do anything out in the open where they can be exposed. if they are recognized as the culprits, they will be blamed and suffer the consequences, but if they can use someone else as the cause of the worlds problems, especially an enemy they can destroy in the process, then they have simultaneously accomplished two of their objectives.

 

“my history of the jesuits is not eloquently written, but it is supported by unquestionable authorities, and is very particular and very horrible. their (the jesuit order’s) restoration (in 1814 by pope pius vii) is indeed a step toward darkness, cruelty, despotism, and death. … i do not like the appearance of the jesuits. if ever there was a body of men who merited eternal damnation on earth and in hell, it is this society of [ignatius de] loyola.”  – john adams (1735-1826; 2nd president of the united states)

 

“above all i have learned from the jesuits. and so did lenin too, as far as i recall. the world has never known anything quite so splendid as the hierarchical structure of the [roman] catholic church. there were quite a few things i simply appropriated from the jesuits for the use of the ( nazi ) party.    jew adolph hitler (1889-1945; nazi leader and chancellor of germany from 1933-1945)

 

“the jesuits are a military organization, not a religious order. their chief is a general of an army, not the mere father abbot of a monastery. and the aim of this organization is power – power in its most despotic exercise – absolute power, universal power, power to control the world by the volition of a single man. jesuitism is the most absolute of despotisms – and at the same time the greatest and most enormous of abuses.”   napoleon bonaparte; 1769-1821; emperor of the french

 

“it is my opinion that if the liberties of this country – the united states of america – are destroyed, it will be by the subtlety of the roman catholic jesuit priests, for they are the most crafty, dangerous enemies to civil and religious liberty. they have instigated most of the wars of europe.”   – marquis de lafayette (1757-1834; french statesman and general. he served in the american continental army under the command of general george washington during the american revolutionary war.)

 

“alas, i knew they (i.e., the jesuits ) would poison me; but i did not expect to die in so slow and cruel a manner.” (1774)--  – pope clement xiv (who had “forever” abolished the jesuit order in 1773)

 

“the war (i.e., the american civil war of 1861-1865) would never have been possible without the sinister influence of the jesuits.”-- – abraham lincoln (1809-1865; 16th president of the united states)

 

“between 1555 and 1931 the society of jesus (i.e., the jesuit order ) was expelled from at least 83 countries, city states and cities, for engaging in political intrigue and subversion plots against the welfare of the state, “it is my opinion that if the liberties of this country – the united states of america – are  ous enemies to civil and religious liberty. they have instigated most of the wars of europe.”   george washington

 

“shall we not have regular swarms of them here, in as many disguises as only a king of the gypsies can assume, dressed as painters, publishers, writers, and schoolmasters? if ever there was a body of men who merited eternal damnation on earth and in hell it is this society of loyola’s.”  president john adams

 

throughout history, the jewish jesuit order ( whose ancestors were cannibals ) has been tied together with war and genocide

 

 helena blavatsky  writes in her book “isis unveiled” that it was the jesuits who wrote the masonic degree’s.

 

the masonic jews in israeli government who work for the jesuits are also not managing the nation of israel for the benefit of the many common jews.

 

. the nazi ss  was designed after the jesuit order.

 

 hitler  called jew himmler “my ignatius of loyola”. 

 

the nazi’s and the ss were an expression of the jesuit order and illuminati, and the nazi era itself was used as a training ground to develop many of the jesuit order and illuminati’s systems. death and prisoner camps such as auschwitz, were used to imprison expendable people, that the jesuit mad scientists could use as giunea pigs

 

nazi ss officer jew joseph mengele became a high level figure in the us branch of the illuminati and the international illuminati. mengele was involved in producing unquestioning illuminati soldiers, spies, assassins and servants. there are literally too many reports of mengele operating in the cia and other us intelligence agencies to report, he has been identified by mind control victims who have testified at public hearings on numerous occasions.

 

jew joseph mengele was a doctor who worked at the nazi death camp known as auschwitz, it is at this camp that he tortured and experimented on people. it has been reported that he would torture people to the extreme, to calculate how much torture the average person could tolerate before they died.

 

he would later use these torture techniques to develop mulitiple personality disorder in his subjects, so that he could create multiple personalities in one person, and use each personality for various purposes, without the principle personality knowing what the other internal personality was up to.

 

this phenomena was dramatized in the movie “the manchurian candidate” where a politician would recieve a phone call and a key word was told to him on the phone, once this key word was recited, the politician would go into a trance and become a different person who would murder on command.

 

after the politician would kill someone after going into a trance and literally turning into a different person, he would then forget what happened and could not even remember killing anyone.

 

this is the sort of mind control that mengele had developed by experimenting with patients in auschwitz, using various techniques that involved torture and drugs.

 

mk ultra used mind techniques on Ted Kaczynski whose IQ was seven notches above albert Einstein..

 

VADAKAYIL CAN CONTAIN THE BRAINS OF TED BABY AND ALBERT BABY UNDER THE FORESKIN OF HIS UNCIRCUMCISED PRICK WITH SPACE FOR 99.99% MORE

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/industrial-society-and-its-future-by-theodore-kaczynski-capt-ajit-vadakayil/

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/industrial-society-and-its-future-by-theodore-kaczynski-a-review-critique-by-capt-ajit-vadakayil/

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/industrial-society-and-its-future-by-theodore-kaczynski-a-review-critique-by-capt-ajit-vadakayil-part-3/

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/industrial-society-and-its-future-by-theodore-kaczynski-a-review-critique-by-capt-ajit-vadakayil-part-4/

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/theodore-kaczynski-the-unabomber-is-also-zodiac-killer-and-tylenol-killer-part-5-capt-ajit-vadakayil/

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/theodore-kaczynski-the-unabomber-is-also-zodiac-killer-and-tylenol-killer-part-6-capt-ajit-vadakayil/

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/albert-einstein-was-a-thief-a-plagiarist-and-a-dimwit-capt-ajit-vadakayil/

 

one woman recalled how as a girl mengele would program her by forcing her to kill a chicken (assassination programming) and when she wouldnt comply, mengele would cut off her hair and take away her toys and belongings.

 

this technique mengele applied was used at auschwitz and is basic auschwitz programming. its well documented that the first thing that happened to auschwitz prisoners, was that their hair was shaved off, and their belongings and possessions were seized. this was jesuit/illuminati experimentation on how to humiliate and mind control subjects, and get them to do what you want them to do.

 

.the nazi’s and jesuit/illuminati fight the us through these intelligence agencies, by recruiting and training mind control slaves through cia programs such as mkultra, and using these slaves to assassinate and spy on their enemies in the usa. they also use the cia and nsa to start up various cults and movements to stir up trouble in the usa.

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2015/09/tavistock-institute-creating-herd.html

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/23/doctor-death-shiro-ishii-emperor-hirohito-and-quid-pro-quo-capt-ajit-vadakayil/

 

many of the mass shootings in schools and other places in the usa are committed by nazi, cia, nsa mind control victims, the jesuit/illuminati use these mind control victims, to create these shootings so they can take away us citizen’s guns. once us citizens have their guns seized, then the world government can send world government troops into the usa, and enforce un laws that contradict the us constitution.

 

if us citizens have no guns, they cannot resist the: world government, world army and world police, that the jesuits want to implement over every country in the world. the jesuits/illuminati want a world government that’s: nazi fascist, communist and totalitarian, and remember that the first thing jew hitler and the communist leaders did, was take away everyone’s guns, so they couldn’t defend themselves against a fascist government.

 

the jesuits use the mafia to carry out some of its plots, and to control parts of the economy as well through threats, violence and murder.

 

by dominating the worlds intelligence agencies, they can spy on whoever they want and plan assassinations, blackmail and coercion against anyone they wish to control.. the jesuit is a master spy and chameleon and can take the form of a: islamic imam, protestant minister or missionary, businessman, police officer or politician, and you wouldn’t even know it was a jesuit.  a jesuit is often given a fake girlfriend to walk around with, so when undercover, nobody suspects them of being a jesuit priest.

 

saudi arabia could be compared with a hardcore communist regime where rights and freedoms are non existent, and it could also be compared to the vatican supremacy years, when the pope: burned, beheaded and killed anyone who followed the written bible and not the popes words.

 

at the top of the u.s. capital is the statue of freedom—also known as armed freedom, which faces east towards the sunrise, towards rome. she sits on a circular shape, representing the earth, and has “e pluribus unum” inscribed around its base, which means “out of many, one.” this points to the jesuit’s mission for the united states of america, to use it to push the world into their one world government.

 

george washington was a freemason.  freemasonry is controlled by the jesuit’s illuminati.

 

george washington was in full masonic attire when they laid the cornerstone of the us capital in 1793.

 

the great seal on the united states of america one dollar bill proclaims the jesuit’s mission for their district of columbia.

 

the great seal was first used publicly in 1782.

 

the great seal of the united states of america one dollar bill proclaims the jesuit's mission for their district of columbia.

 

the latin words point to one place, rome. “annuit coeptis,” meaning “he favors our undertaking.”  the ‘he’ is the jesuit general, and/or satan. novus ordo seclorum = “new order of the ages”. the jesuits helped found the country, to use it to push the world into their one world government.

 

on the right side is a satanic hexagram above the head of the eagle (phoenix); which has 32 feathers on one side and 33 on the other, pointing to the levels of freemasonry; 13 stripes on the shield, 13 leaves, 13 arrows and 13 tail feathers; and the motto e pluribus unum, which is latin for “out of many, one“, pointing to the formation of their one world government.

 

the capital letters of the united states of america, point to their d.c. corporation.

 

john adams wrote to jefferson about the rebirth of the jesuits in 1814, and the danger they were to america. “i do not like the resurrection of the jesuits. they have a general now in russia, in correspondence with the jesuit in the united states, who are more numerous than anybody knows. shall we not have swarms of them here, in as many disguises as only a king of gypsies can assume. if ever any congregation of men could merit eternal perdition on earth and in hell, it is this company of loyola.”

 

jefferson replied back, “like you, i disapprove of the restoration of the jesuits, for it means a step backward from light into darkness.”

 

jefferson told president monroe that we need to do everything in our power to stop this holy alliance from the pope, to destroy america. america’s response to the two european congresses was the monroe doctrine, which said, “you stay over there, we’ll stay over here. if you ever colonize in the western hemisphere, we will consider it any act of war.”

 

john adams and thomas jefferson, who both opposed the holy alliance of the papal church, both died on the same day, on july 4, 1826, the 50th anniversary of the declaration of independence.

 

no autopsies were performed that may have proved that they were poisoned.

 

president william henry harrison was elected march 4, 1841 and served for only 35 days, then he got sick and died.

 

he had defied the jesuits in his inauguration speech, as he defied their kings, and said that no man should have that power. he also opposed the annexation of texas, which the jesuits needed to push the slavery issue.

 

john tyler took his place and the annexation of texas was approved within a few months.

 

abraham lincoln had proclaimed, “the war (the american civil war) would never have been possible without the sinister influence of the jesuits.”

 

“i feel more and more every day that it is not against the americans of the south along that i am fighting; it is more against the pope of rome, his perfidious jesuits and their blind and bloodthirsty slaves.” abraham lincoln to charles chiniquy

 

the civil war could have been ended early, but bad war strategies (they were made bad on purpose from people who were controlled by the jesuits) caused the war to continue, so that 100’s of thousands of protestants were killed in the southern states of georgia, north carolina, south carolina, etc.

 

abraham lincoln said, “i have two great enemies, the southern army in front of me and the financial institutions in the rear. of the two the one in my rear is my greatest foe.”  he was assassinated later that year.

 

lincoln was killed by john wilkes booth who was a jesuit jew

 

president reagan reestablished diplomatic relations with the vatican.

 

christians make reagan out to be a good guy, but he was the first president to be sworn in on the west front of the united states capitol building, that faces the  obelisk, which is a phallic symbol

 

and it was reagan who caused the united states to have full diplomatic relations with the holy see for the first time since 1867. diplomatic relations seem to have been stopped in 1867, because it was proven that the jesuits caused president lincoln to be assassinated; and the previous presidents to be killed.

 

the rights of states and therefore the citizens of those states were killed in 1868, when the jesuits had the 14th amendment, one of the reconstruction amendments, ratified.

 

it was written under the guise of an amendment to give rights to former slaves following the american civil war, but in reality it created a new empire, one that serves the jesuits. before this amendment, people were citizens of their state, not the federal government. now everyone has a social security number and they are a u.s. citizen, and they are controlled by the u.s.

 

part of the 14th amendment says “no state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the united states.”

 

that is saying that the federal government rules supreme, and that all of the rights that we were given in our constitution are now just privileges that can be taken away by the federal government. before this amendment, the federal government was the servant of the states.  but now the states are subservient to the national government, and the citizens are slaves to their new master.

 

the ‘act of 1871’ created the jesuit-owned city-state corporate of the united states of america.

 

under no constitutional authority to do so, congress being in dire straits, created a separate form of government for the district of columbia, which is a ten mile square parcel of land. they created the city-state corporation of the united states of america, that uses an altered version of the constitution, titled in all capital letters as “the constitution of the united states of america”

 

the titanic was sunk to eliminate people who stood in their way of establishing the federal reserve bank.

 

the evil ones sunk the ship on purpose to get rid of a few key people who opposed the creation of their federal reserve bank. benjamin guggenheim, isador strauss (the head of macy’s department stores) and john jacob astor, probably the wealthiest man in the world; were all killed when it sank.  these three men were the main opposition to the creation of the federal reserve bank.

 

the ship that was sunk was the rms olympic, which was the titanic’s sister ship, and made to look like the titanic.

 

thomas jefferson warned “if the american people ever allow private banks to control the issue of their money, first by inflation and then by deflation, the banks and corporations that will grow up around them, will deprive the people of their property until their children will wake up homeless on the continent their fathers conquered.”

 

president james a. garfield said, “whoever controls the volume of money in our country is absolute master of all industry and commerce and when you realize that the entire system is very easily controlled, one way or another, by a few powerful men at the top, you will not have to be told how periods of inflation and depression originate.” he was assassinated two weeks later in 1881.

 

rothschild setup private central banks in each country, and then enslave the country and its people into debt with wars, inflation and depressions.

 

“history records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance.” – president james madison

 

president woodrow wilson, who signed the federal reserve act into law, later said “i am a most unhappy man.  i have unwittingly ruined my country.  a great industrial nation is now controlled by its system of credit. we are no longer a government by free opinion, no longer a government by conviction and the vote of the majority, but a government by the opinion and duress of a small group of dominant men.“

 

their money printing debt scheme is the biggest fraud ever conceived. the fed creates credit out of thin air via their computers; or they pay the treasury a small printing fee for currency. for every dollar they create, the government has agreed to pay them interest.

 

every year us national debt increases from the cost of wars, bailouts, social programs, etc.,. the u.s. debt is now so large,  american people are  enslaved forever paying interest to the fed. this is what thomas jefferson warned america about!

 

we are in danger of being overwhelmed with irredeemable paper, mere paper, representing not gold nor silver; no sir, representing nothing but broken promises, bad faith, bankrupt corporations, cheated creditors and a ruined people.” – daniel webster

 

the founder, jew alan dulles, was a knight of malta. president harry truman was a freemason. jew william j. donovan, called the ‘father of central intelligence, was a knight of malta

 

in 1981, cia director jew william casey said, “we’ll know our disinformation program is complete when everything the american public believes is false.”

 

the united states of america has become the war machine of the jesuits- who will conduct regime changes and coups so that jews can steal

 

ww ii – do you really think that the japanese took pearl harbor by surprise?  no!  they incited japan to attack, and they let them do it; to justify entering ww ii.

 

https://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2012/10/the-lie-of-pearl-harbour-revealed-capt.html?m=0&hl=en

 

vietnam war – they used the gulf of tonkin incident, also known as the uss maddox incident, to draw the united states more directly into the vietnam war.  but the incident was made up.

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2011/07/gulf-of-tonkin-lie-capt-ajit-vadakayil.html

 

the jesuit cia created/trained/armed/funded al qaeda and isis, to carry out their agenda, to justify endless military action in other countries.

 

afghanistan and iraq invasions – the cia/mossad caused 9/11, to justify military action in iraq and afghanistan, saying that iraq had ‘weapons of mass destruction‘, which proved to be a lie.

 

look at the recent actions of the president of the jesuit’s district of columbia corporation:

 

president carter – el-salvador, guatemala, angola and afghanistan.

 

president bush sr. – the gulf war, panama, somalia, and the soviet union.

 

president clinton – the balkins, iraq, sudan and rwanda

 

president bush jr. – iraq and afghanistan

 

president obama – libya, syira, yemen, afghanistan and ukraine.

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/sand-castle-movie-review-the-lie-of-2003-war-in-iraq-capt-ajit-vadakayil/

 

“if tyranny and oppression come to this land, it will be in the guise of fighting a foreign enemy.”  – president james madison

 

the national education association was founded by john d. rockefeller, who said-- “i don’t want a nation of thinkers, i want a nation of workers.”

 

when we think of the confederacy, the big names that automatically come to mind are the three legends carved into the side of georgia’s stone mountain: president jefferson davis, general robert e. lee and general stonewall jackson.

 

significant figures for sure, but in the grander power-scheme of things, these men, including president davis himself, were outranked by judah p. benjamin. the fact that benjamin’s name is so relatively unknown is, ironically, testament to the awesome “behind-the-scenes” power that he wielded. unfortunately for the south (and the north), benjamin’s influence served neither of the americas. his loyalties were elsewhere – in rothschild’s london!

 

benjamin’s image never made it to stone mountain, but his ‘mug-shot’ did appear on confederate currency and bonds!

 

the north and south were locked in a bitter trade war before the civil war began. the south wanted free trade while the north wanted protected trade. the north needed to sell its manufactured products to the south to remain economically robust. however, the south knew they could buy the same products from europe at discounted prices. there is no way the north could let the south secede and expect to maintain their wealth. in simple terms, the civil war was fought over money.

 

slavery caused a rift between the north and south. however, the war was fought because of economic interests going in opposite directions. neither side was necessarily moral but were merely trying to preserve their way of life.

 

jewish bankers were afraid that the united states…would upset their financial domination over the world. 

 

in the years following independence, a close business relationship had developed between the cotton growing aristocracy in the south and the cotton manufacturers in england. the european bankers decided that this business connection was america’s achilles heel, the door through which the young american republic could be successfully attacked and overcome.

 

the southern states swarmed with british agents. these conspired with local politicians to work against the best interests of the united states. their carefully sown and nurtured propaganda developed into open rebellion and resulted in the secession of south carolina on december 29, 1860. within weeks another six states joined the conspiracy against the union, and broke away to form the confederate states of america, with jefferson davis as president.

 

the plotters raided armies, seized forts, arsenals, mints and other union property. even members of president buchanan’s cabinet conspired to destroy the union by damaging the public credit and working to bankrupt the nation. buchanan claimed to deplore secession, but took no steps to check it, even when a u.s. ship was fired upon by south carolina shore batteries.

 

it was the czar of russia who provided the needed assistance against the british and french, who were among the driving forces behind the secession of the south and her subsequent financing. russia intervened by providing naval forces for the union blockade of the south in european waters, and by letting both countries know that if they attempted to join the confederacy with military forces, they would also have to go to war with russia.

 

lincoln warned the american people:-  "the money power preys upon the nation in time of peace and conspires against it in times of adversity. it is more despotic than monarchy, more insolent than autocracy, more selfish than bureaucracy. i see in the near future a crisis approaching that unnerves me, and causes me to tremble for the safety of our country. corporations have been enthroned, an era of corruption will follow, and the money power of the country will endeavor to prolong its reign by working upon the prejudices of the people, until the wealth is aggregated in a few hands, and the republic is destroyed. "

 

the name "federal reserve bank" was designed to deceive, and it still does. it is not federal, nor is it owned by the government. it is privately owned.

 

it is an engine that has created private wealth that is unimaginable, even to the most financially sophisticated. it has enabled an imperial elite to manipulate us economy for its own agenda and enlisted the government itself as its enforcer.

 

it takes powerful force to maintain an empire, and this one is no different. the concerns of the leadership of the "federal reserve" and its secretive international jewish benefactors appear to go well beyond currency and interest rates.

 

president garfield openly declared that whoever controls the supply of currency would control the business and activities of all the people. after only four months in office, president garfield was shot at a railroad station on july 2, 1881. another coincidence.

 

president jew john tyler, jew caleb cushing and the jewish boston brahmins wanted that war with mexico.   mexico had already made their proclamation which stated, “mexico would consider equivalent to a declaration of war against the mexican republic the passage of an act for the incorporation of texas with the territory of the united states; the certainty of the fact being sufficient for the immediate proclamation of war.”

 

cushing secured the first american treaty with china, the treaty of wangxia of 1844 ( assisted by opum cartel cap rotschild ; it gave american merchants trading rights in five chinese ports

 

the u.s. senate tried to honor the mexican government’s declaration. the senators, including 26 southern senators, voted 35 to 16 to reject president tyler’s recommendation to annex texas.

 

he then bought for himself a very elaborate major general’s uniform and had prepared for him a letter of introduction written by daniel webster and signed by president tyler.

 

the letter stated: “it is proper, and according to the will of heaven, that our two governments should respect each other, and act wisely. i therefore send to you “count” caleb cushing, one of the wise and learned men of this country. we doubt not that you will be pleased that our ministry of peace shall come to peking and that your great officers will, by your order, make a treaty with him to regulate affairs of trade, so that nothing may happen to disturb the peace between china and america.”

 

in the 1880s, during a moment of chinese backlash against foreign interference, a prominent canton merchant came out with a best-selling polemic against free trade. his message: “those foreigners treat trade as war. and we have to do the same thing”.

 

the names of the generals who trained in the mexican war included ulysses s. grant, robert e. lee, william t. sherman, and jefferson davis. the civil war, of course, was to provide the land for the jewish boston brahmins to be the keystone for the jews new empire. they then could have their nobility, their middle class serfs and then their slaves, both black and white.

 

the civil war actually started in 1837, the year after the charter of the second bank had expired, when the rothschild family sent one of their representatives to the united states. his name was august belmont, and he arrived during the panic of 1837. he quickly made his presence felt by buying government bonds. his success and prosperity soon led him to the white house, where he became the, “…financial advisor to the president of the united states.”

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2017/02/the-bushido-code-of-samurai-capt-ajit.html

 

august belmont married caroline perry on november 7th, 1849.

 

BELOW: COMMODORE PERRY IN TOKYO BAY JAPAN





on july 8, 1853, commodore matthew perry of the united states navy, commanding a squadron of two steamers and two sailing vessels, sailed into tôkyô harbor aboard the frigate susquehanna. perry, on behalf of the u.s. government, forced japan to enter into trade with the united states and demanded a treaty permitting trade and the opening of japanese ports to u.s. merchant ships.

 

this was the era when jews were seeking to open new markets for their manufactured goods abroad, as well as new countries to supply raw materials for industry. it was clear that commodore perry could impose his demands by force. the japanese had no navy with which to defend themselves, and thus they had to agree to the demands.

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/06/12/vadakayil-on-how-rothschild-promoted-the-japanese-emperor-to-god-and-demoted-him-after-state-of-israel-was-carved-out-poll/

 

jew j.p. morgan, would become one of america’s most wealthy and influential industrialists and bankers.  morgan went to europe in 1856 to study at the university of gottingen in germany.  one of the people he met while in college was karl marx, who was active during this time writing and publicizing his ideas about communism, since marx was in and out of germany on a regular basis; and because morgan later became an agent for the rothschild family.

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2021/09/01/vadakayil-would-not-shit-on-the-faces-of-the-gruesome-twosome-charles-darwin-and-karl-marx-poll/

 

the jewish bankers made the decision to divide the united states into two parts, thereby creating an enemy for the government of the united states to war against. but the bankers first had to locate an issue to use in causing the southern states to secede from the union. the issue of slavery was ideal for that purpose.

 

abraham lincoln he saw the war as an attempt to split the union, not over the issue of slavery, but just for the sake of splitting the union. he wrote: “i have never had a feeling politically that did not spring from the sentiments embodied in the declaration of independence. if it (the union) cannot be saved without giving up that principle, i was about to say i would rather be assassinated on this spot than surrender it.”

 

ROTHSCHILD DIVIDED INDIANS – NORTH VERSUS SOUTH—NORTH WITH SHUKLA YAJURVEDA AND SOUT WITH KRISHNA YAJURVEDA.. MASSIVE BLOOD WAS SHED AT KUMBH MELA AMONG THESE TWO FACTIONS .. EVEN TODAY NORTH INDIAN TEMPLES HAVE USELESS WHITE STATUES WHILE SOUTH INDIAN TEMPLES HAVE POTENT BLACK IRRDIUM INFUSED IDOLS.. IN TAMIL NADU, THENGALAI ( SOUTH ) AND VADAKALAI ( NORTH ) FACTIONS STILL FIGHT

 

https://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2019/06/ramanuja-varadharaja-perumal-temple.html

 

  

The Knights of the Golden Circle (KGC) was a secret society founded in 1854 by American Jew George W. L. Bickley, the objective of which was to create a new country, known as the Golden Circle (Spanish: Círculo Dorado), where slavery would be legal.

 

In 1863 the group (Knights of the Golden Circle) was reorganized as the Order of American Knights and, again the following year, as the Order of the Sons of Liberty a vicious mafia gang used by Jewish Boston Brahmins, Opium smugglers

 

Jew Jesse James ( died 1882) was a knight of the Golden Circle.. He was an American outlaw, bank and train robber, guerrilla and leader of the James–Younger Gang. The Knights of the Golden Circle was “the most powerful subversive organization ever to operate within the United States and was a lap dog of Opium cartel capo Jew Rothschild..

 

These KGC members spread throughout the Southern States; they formed the nucleus of what would become the Confederate Army during the Civil War.

 

The KGC did not officially disband until 1908. Jesse James faked his death and lived out his final years under the name James L. Courtney.

 

Jesse James left behind secret diaries and coded treasure maps.

 

the knights of the golden circle were successful in spreading the message of secession amongst the various southern states. as each state withdrew from the union, it left independently of the others.

 

the withdrawing states then formed a confederation of states, as separate and independent entities. the independence of each state was written into the southern constitution: “we, the people of the confederate states, each state acting for itself, and in its sovereign and independent character…”

 

this action was significant because, should the south win the war, each state could withdraw from the confederation, re-establish its sovereign nature and set up its own central bank.

 

the southern states could then have a series of european-controlled banks, the bank of georgia, the bank of south carolina, etc., and then any two could have a series of wars, such as in europe for centuries, in a perpetual game of balance of power politics. it would be a successful method of insuring that large profits could be made on the loaning of money to the states involved.

 

the communist manifesto of 1848, set europe ablaze with revolutions, wars and counter-revolutions. 

 

in aug. 1903, max nordau, in his address to the 6th zionist congress in balse, switzerland, revealed the plan for even greater conflagrations, the coming world wars: “let me tell you the following words as if i were showing you the rungs of a ladder leading upward and upward…the zionist congress; the english uganda proposition; the future world war; the peace conference where, with the help of england, a free and jewish palestine will be created.”

 

the orgy of murder, torture and pillage which followed the jewish triumph in russia has never been equaled in the history of the world.

 

Rothschild stole the czar’s enormous wealth.. Then he used the ruse of communism to siphon off the wealth from every Russian home.. The por Russian could not even own his own pillow.

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2013/07/exhuming-dirty-secrets-of-holodomor.html

 

1786: the jacobins, the lodges of the french revolution, was founded in 1786. the bishop of autun (talleyrand), mirabeau, and the duc d’orleans, grand master of the grand-orient de france founded a lodge in paris in 1786 which was duly “illuminated” by bode and guillaume baron de busche.

 

this was the club breton which afterwards became known as the jacobin club, a name of templar origin

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2015/11/the-french-revolution-conceived-and.html

 

Abraham lincoln said:  “we owe it to the popery that we now see our land reddened with the blood of her noble sons. though there were differences of opinion between the south and the north, on the question of slavery, neither jeff davis nor anyone of the leading men of the confederacy would have dared to attack the north, had they not relied on the promises of the Jesuits”

 

abraham lincoln was slapped three times with a white glove by a member of the hapsburg royal family of germany (payseur family relatives) during a white house reception in 1862.

 

the german royal family member then demanded a pistol duel with the, then, president of the united states, abraham lincoln.  the blows to the face stunned lincoln but he non- verbally refused to participate in the duel by bowing his head before walking out of the reception room.

 

Their rule in Spain may have officially begun in 1516, but the Habsburgs, originally of German and Austrian extraction, had been controlling various regions of Europe since the 13th century.

 

Inbreeding and descend from cannibal ancestors , caused this Jewih Habsburgs royal family to exhibit a number of peculiar physical traits, especially one known as the Habsburg jaw or the Habsburg chin. The most salient indicator of the family’s inbreeding, the Habsburg jaw is what doctors refer to as mandibular prognathism.

 

 lincoln found himself in real hot water, because under the virginia company covenant the 48 families that formed it were all of the holy grail bloodline. 

 

this country was to be an extension of what all the royal families of europe controlled. the royalty of europe is hapsburg, no matter what their name is.

 

In 1606 King James set up the Virginia Company which was granted Royal authority to begin settlements in the province of Virginia, named after Elizabeth I, who had been popularly called the Virgin Queen. Hey, this Queen has two balls and a prick and a gigantic adams apple for good measure

 

http://ajitvadakayil.blogspot.com/2014/12/exhumed-truths-of-spanish-armada-and.html

  

remember that the civil war with all of its suffering, blood shed and death was calmly planned and blueprinted by  rothschild

 

ABRAHAM LINCOLN WON THE 1860 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION WITHOUT BEING ON THE BALLOT IN TEN SOUTHERN STATES.   HIS VICTORY TRIGGERED DECLARATIONS OF SECESSION BY SEVEN SLAVE STATES OF THE DEEP SOUTH

 

Those ten states didn’t get Republican Presidential ballots until 1868. They didn’t even print ballots for Lincoln’s birth state of Kentucky until 1864.

 

A president who wasn't on the ballot was the pretext the Southern states used for seceding

 

In 1860 Lincoln was running against not one but three opponents, the others being Stephen Douglas, John C. Breckinridge, and John Bell. Splitting the non-Lincoln vote three ways made it easier for him to receive a plurality of the popular vote, and thus the electoral vote

 

The Republicans were unpopular in the South

 

the 1860 presidential election was one of the messiest elections in U.S. history. The country was on the brink of the Civil War, and the Democratic Party was split into three separate factions.

 

Lincoln’s name appeared on the ballots in none of the southern states — deliberately — yet he won enough popular and electoral votes to win the presidency:

 

Had those united in their opposition to the Republicans agreed on one candidate, the Democrats would have swept the 1860 election, as they had won in 1852 and 1856.

 

Lincoln’s victory was short-lived. On December 20, 1860, barely a month after Election Day, South Carolina seceded from the Union, and by the time Lincoln was inaugurated on March 4, 1861, six other states had seceded, and four other states would shortly join them.

 

IN THE US CIVIL WAR WHICH KILLED MORE THAN 8.2 LAKHS AMERICANS , ROTHSCHILD FUNDED , MANNED ( HESSIAN MERCENARIES ) AND ARMED BOTH SIDES..

 

THE WHISKEY REBELLION (ALSO KNOWN AS THE WHISKEY INSURRECTION) WAS A TAX PROTEST IN THE UNITED STATES BEGINNING IN 1791 AND ENDING IN 1794 DURING THE PRESIDENCY OF ADAM WIESHAUPT

 

Farmers often used whiskey as currency in a barter economy, partly because it was easier to transport than raw grain.

 

Because roads at the time were so poor, transporting grain could be difficult, so it was easier to turn the grain into whiskey and then transport it.

 

In the early 1790s, the new tax on whiskey was viewed by the western settlers as an unfair tax designed to aid the financial class living in the cities of the East.

 

The episode exposed a deep fissure in early American society, a bitter split between financiers in the East and settlers in the West.

 

.During the Civil War, the National Banking Act of 1863 was passed. Abraham Lincoln signed what was originally known as the National Currency Act, which for the first time in American history established the federal dollar as the sole currency of the United States.

 

During the American Civil War silver and gold coins were hoarded by the public because of uncertainty about the outcome of the war. People began to use postage stamps instead, encasing them in metal for better protection.

 

The civil war began on April 12, 1861, when Confederate forces bombarded Fort Sumter, a major U.S. fortress in the harbor of Charleston, South Carolina.



  1. SOMEBODY CALLED ME UP AND CRIED

    CAPTAIN

    WAS THE SHIP MAYFLOWER AND ITS 102 PILGRIM PASSENGERS FIRST TO REACH AMERICA AT PYMOUTH AS IS TAUGHT IN US SCHOOLS?

    BALLS

    THREE SHIPS WENT TO AMERICA ( 1617TO 1619 ) BEFORE MAYFLOWER ARRIVAL IN 1620 TO KEEP SMALL POX GERM INFUSED BLANKETS TO EXTERMINATE RED INDIAN NATIVES FROM THE ENTIRE AREA

    A PERMANENT SETTLEMENT FOR 121 SETTLERS ON ROANOKE ISLAND, KNOWN TO HISTORY AS THE "LOST COLONY" WAS MADE IN 1587 NEAR HATTERAS , NORTH CAROLINA

    THE SETTLERS, DISAPPEARED IN 1590

    BIG MIISTAKE: -- A SILVER CUP WAS MISSING AND THE WHITES TORTURED AND KILLED COUPLE OF RED INDIANS TO RETRIEVE IT.

    THE 1607 JAMESTOWN COLONY WAS ESTABLISHED.. ONLY LEFT HANDED HOMOSEXUAL MEN.. NO WOMEN .

    I WILL WRITE ABOUT IT

    Capt ajit vadakayil
    ..


 

by spring 1865 the confederate army was exhausted. general lee was surrounded and his line of retreat to lynchburg was blocked. his subordinate officers urged lee to scatter his army and continue the war using guerrilla tactics. but it was clear to lee that he was out of options.

 

at 1pm on palm sunday, april 9 1865, lee rode into the small settlement of appomattox court house, virginia.

 

the surrender in appomattox court house actually took three days in total. on the first day, april 9, lee surrendered to grant at the mclean farmhouse. grant and lee were the generals-in-chief of all the union and confederate forces fighting across the country.

 

the talks between grant and lee at appomattox court house dealt only with the surrender of lee’s army in virginia. under grant’s terms, the rolls listing the confederate officers and men were to be handed over.

 

the union won the american civil war. the war effectively ended in april 1865 when confederate general robert e. lee surrendered his troops to union general ulysses s. grant at appomattox court house in virginia.

 

the final surrender of confederate troops on the western periphery came in galveston, texas, on june 2 1865 at appomattox court house, a small village in south-central virginia..

 

peace eventually came when each of the seceded states returned to the union and accepted the terms on which that union was based. this meant, notably, accepting the thirteenth amendment of january 1865, which abolished slavery in the united states.

 

the time period directly after the civil war was known as the reconstruction, a time marked by turmoil, violence and a lot of conflict and controversy. the reconstruction era was not a peaceful time, there were a large number of people that tried to take advantage of the weakened south.

 

in addition, the 14th and 15th amendments to the constitution were also passed by congress and ratified by states, becoming law.

 

the 13th amendment effectively made law the ending of slavery across the united states. the 14th amendment was enacted that said that federal legal protection is available to all united states citizens, regardless of what race, color or creed they are. this was a new policy and came as part of the aftermath and results of the civil war.

 

finally, the last amendment to the constitution that was a result of the civil war was the 15th amendment. the 15th amendment abolished all restrictions on voting and said that all u.s. citizens would be able to vote no matter what race they were.

 

despite the ending of the civil war 1865, it took another 12 years for most states to successfully make the transition back into the united states.

 

the period known as radical reconstruction resulted in the passage of the civil rights act of 1866, which for the first time in american history gave black people a voice in government.

 

in 1863, months after signing his emancipation proclamation, president abraham lincoln introduced his ten percent plan for reconstruction. under the plan, if one-tenth of a confederate state’s prewar voters signed an oath of loyalty to the union, they be would be allowed to form a new state government with the same constitutional rights and powers they had enjoyed before secession.

 

more than a blueprint for rebuilding the postwar south, lincoln saw the ten percent plan as a tactic for further weakening the resolve of the confederacy. after none of the confederate states agreed to accept the plan, congress in 1864 passed the wade-davis bill, barring the confederate states from rejoining the union until a majority of the state’s voters had sworn their loyalty.

 

though lincoln pocket vetoed the bill, he and many of his fellow republicans remained convinced that equal rights for all formerly enslaved black persons had to be a condition of a state’s readmission to the union.

 

on april 11, 1865, in his last speech before his assassination, lincoln express his opinion that some “very intelligent” black men or black men who had joined the union army deserved the right to vote. notably, no consideration for the rights of black women was expressed during reconstruction.

 

enacted during 1865 and 1866, the black codes were laws intended to restrict the freedom of black americans in the south and ensure their continued availability as a cheap labor force even after the abolishment of slavery during the civil war.

 

all black persons living in the states that enacted black code laws were required to sign yearly labor contracts. those who refused or were otherwise unable to do so could be arrested, fined, and if unable to pay their fines and private debts, forced to perform unpaid labor.

 

many black children—especially those without parental support—were arrested and forced into unpaid labor for white planters.

 

the restrictive nature and ruthless enforcement of the black codes drew the outrage and resistance of black americans

 

the civil rights bill of 1866 became america’s first civil rights legislation. the bill mandated that all male persons born in the united states, except for american indians, regardless of their “race or color, or previous condition of slavery or involuntary servitude” were “declared to be citizens of the united states” in every state and territory. the bill thus granted all citizens the “full and equal benefit of all laws and proceedings for the security of person and property.”

 

in march 1865, congress, at the recommendation of president abraham lincoln, enacted the freedmen’s bureau act creating a u.s. government agency to oversee the end of slavery in the south by providing food, clothing, fuel, and temporary housing to newly freed enslaved persons and their families.

 

during the civil war, union forces had confiscated vast areas of farmland owned by southern plantation owners. known as the “40 acres and a mule” provision, part of lincoln’s freedmen’s bureau act authorized the bureau to rent or sell land this land to formerly enslaved persons.

 

however, in the summer of 1865, president johnson ordered all of this federally controlled land to be returned to its former white owners. now lacking land, most formerly enslaved persons were forced to return to working on the same plantations where they had toiled for generations. while they now worked for minimal wages or as sharecroppers, they had little hope of achieving the same economic mobility enjoyed by white citizens. for decades, most southern black people were forced to remain propertyless and mired in poverty.

 

an economic depression from 1873 to 1879 saw much of the south fell into poverty, allowing the democratic party to win back control of the house of representatives and heralding the end reconstruction.

 

by 1876, the legislatures of only three southern states: south carolina, florida, and louisiana remained under republican control. the outcome of the 1876 presidential election between republican rutherford b. hayes and democrat samuel j. tilden, was decided by disputed vote counts from those three states.

 

after a controversial compromise saw hayes's inaugurate president, union troops were withdrawn from all southern states. with the federal government no longer responsible for protecting the rights of the formerly enslaved people, reconstruction had ended.

 

despite being free, most southern black americans continued to live in desperate rural poverty. having been denied education and wages under slavery, ex-slaves were often forced by the necessity of their economic circumstances to return to or remain with their former white slave owners, working on their plantations for minimal wages or as sharecroppers.

 

over 620,000 formerly enslaved persons stayed with their masters

 

as black activists and scholar w.e.b. du bois wrote, the “slave went free; stood a brief moment in the sun; then moved back again toward slavery.”

 

as a result of reconstruction, black citizens in the southern states gained the right to vote. in many congressional districts across the south, black people comprised a majority of the population.

 

in 1870, joseph rainey of south carolina was elected to the u.s. house of representatives, becoming the first popularly elected black member of congress. though they never achieved representation proportionate to their total number, some 2,000 black held elected office from the local to national level during reconstruction.

 

in 1874, black members of congress, led by south carolina representative robert brown elliot, were instrumental in the passage of the civil rights act of 1875, outlawing discrimination based on race in hotels, theaters, and railway cars.

 

however, the growing political power of black people provoked a violent backlash from many white people who struggled to hold on to their supremacy. by implementing racially motivated voter disenfranchisement measures such as poll taxes and literacy tests, whites in the south succeeded in undermining the very purpose of reconstruction. the fourteenth and fifteenth amendments went largely unenforced, setting the stage for the civil rights movement of the 1960s.

 

reconstruction in the south meant a massive social and political upheaval and a devastated economy. by contrast, the civil war and reconstruction brought opportunities for progress and growth. passed during the civil war, economic stimulus legislation such as the homestead act and the pacific railway act opened the western territories to waves of settlers.

 

debates over the newly acquired voting rights for black americans helped drive the women’s suffrage movement, which eventually succeeded with the election of jeannette rankin of montana to the u.s. congress in 1917 and the ratification of the 19th amendment in 1920.

 

though they were repeatedly either ignored or flagrantly violated, the anti-racial discrimination reconstruction amendments remained in the constitution. in 1867, u.s. senator charles sumner had prophetically called them “sleeping giants” that would be awakened by future generations of americans struggling to at last bring true freedom and equality to the descendants of slavery.

 

not until the civil rights movement of the 1960s—aptly called the “second reconstruction”—did america again attempt to fulfill the political and social promises of reconstruction.

 

february 1, 1960 : four young black men, students at north carolina agricultural and technical college, go to a woolworth in greensboro, north carolina, and sit down at a whites-only lunch counter. they order coffee. despite being denied service, they sit silently and politely at the lunch counter until closing time. their action marks the start of the greensboro sit-ins, which sparks similar protests all over the south.

 

april 15: the student non-violent coordinating committee holds its first meeting.

 

july 25: the downtown greensboro woolworth desegregates its lunch counter after six months of sit-ins.

 

october 19: martin luther king jr. joins a student sit-in at a whites-only restaurant inside of an atlanta department store, rich's. he is arrested along with 51 other protesters on the charge of trespassing. on probation for driving without a valid georgia license (he had an alabama license), a dekalb county judge sentences king to four months in prison doing hard labor. presidential contender john f. kennedy phones king's wife, coretta, to offer encouragement, while the candidate's brother, robert kennedy, convinces the judge to release king on bail. this phone call convinces many black people to support the democratic ticket.

 

december 5: the supreme court hands down a 7-2 decision in the boynton v. virginia case, ruling that segregation on vehicles traveling between states is unlawful because it violates the interstate commerce act.

 

on may 29: president kennedy announces that he has ordered the interstate commerce commission to enact stricter regulations and fines for buses and facilities that refuse to integrate.

 

september 10 1962: the supreme court rules that the university of mississippi, or "ole miss," must admit black student and veteran james meredith.

 

september 26 1962: the governor of mississippi, ross barnett, orders state troopers to prevent meredith from entering ole miss' campus.

 

between september 30 and october 1 1962: riots erupt over meredith's enrollment at the university of mississippi.

 

october 1 1962: meredith becomes the first black student at ole miss after president kennedy orders u.s. marshals to mississippi to ensure his safety.

 

august 18 1963: james meredith graduates from ole miss.

 

august 28 1963: the march on washington for jobs and freedom is held in d.c. around 250,000 people participate, and king delivers his legendary "i have a dream" speech.

 

martin luther king, one of the prominent leaders of the civil rights movements attracted a crowd of more than 250,000 people in his call to march to washington.

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2022/02/17/martin-luther-king-jr-had-12-5-white-german-jew-blood-capt-ajit-vadakayil/

 

november 22 1963: kennedy is assassinated, but his successor, lyndon b. johnson, uses the nation's anger to push through civil rights legislation in kennedy's memory.

 

june 24 1964: malcolm x founds the organization of afro-american unity along with john henrik clarke. its aim is to unite all americans of african descent against discrimination.

 

july 2 1964: congress passes the civil rights act of 1964, which bans discrimination in employment and public places.

 

december 10 1964: the nobel foundation awards king the nobel peace prize.

 

after the world war ii was over, the struggle for racial equality gained prominence.

 

some incidents that incited the movement were the supreme court decision in the case of brown v. the board of education in 1954 and the refusal of rosa parks to give up her seat to a white man while traveling in a bus in montgomery, alabama.

 

https://captajitvadakayil.in/2021/02/13/vadakayils-truth-exhuming-poll-no66/

 

the lorraine hotel where martin luther king was assassinated by james earl ray on april 4, 1968 is now the location of national civil rights museum.

 

the movement played an important part in ensuring that blacks got their due place in america and paved the way for their prosperity and growth. perhaps the biggest contribution of the civil rights movement is that a country which once did not even grant african-americans the right to vote, now has an african-american president in barack hussein obama.—never mind that his mother was a white jewess

 

the fact that all their slaves were not only economic slaves but sexual slaves is usually ignored. most slaveowners took advantage of their sexual power. the slaveowners used their slaves for sexual gratification and the resulting children were said to be an economic increase. guests of slaveowners expected sexual favors ( mostly underage deviant sex ) from the slaves, as hospitality.

 

the slaveowners would say that using their slaves for their sexual gratification was a moral good because the slave children would have white blood. the plantation slaves would say to the attractive young slaves, the master is really going to like you. beauty is but a curse to the children because beauty ensures cruel sexual exploitation.

 

the civil war was fought by poor southerners to enable the wealthy slaveowners to have sex slaves. that did not reflect favorably on the claim of the south to be fighting for a noble cause. some slaveowners were honest about their motive to have sex slaves, but the sex slave motive was usually ignored because humans want to ignore the great importance of sexual desire

 

the “civil war” was about power, not slavery, which the northern court historians merely latched onto to justify lincoln’s aggression and war crimes.

 

how come the south is said to have fought for slavery when the north wasn’t fighting against slavery?”

 

two days before lincoln’s inauguration as the 16th president, congress, consisting only of the northern states, passed overwhelmingly on march 2, 1861, the corwin amendment that gave constitutional protection to slavery. lincoln endorsed the amendment in his inaugural address, saying “i have no objection to its being made express and irrevocable.”

 

quite clearly, the north was not prepared to go to war in order to end slavery when on the very eve of war the us congress and incoming president were in the process of making it unconstitutional to abolish slavery braaaayyyyyy.

 

north wanted the south kept in the union far more than the north wanted to abolish slavery.

 

if the south’s real concern was maintaining slavery, the south would not have turned down the constitutional protection of slavery offered them on a silver platter by congress and the president. clearly, also for the south the issue was not slavery.

 

the real issue between north and south could not be reconciled on the basis of accommodating slavery. the real issue was economic   the north offered to preserve slavery irrevocably, but the north did not offer to give up the high tariffs and economic policies that the south saw as inimical to its interests.

 

blaming the war on slavery was the way the northern court historians used morality to cover up lincoln’s naked aggression and the war crimes of his generals. demonizing the enemy with moral language works for the victor. and it is still ongoing. we see in the destruction of statues the determination to shove remaining symbols of the confederacy down the memory hole.

 

today the ignorant morons, thoroughly brainwashed by identity politics, are demanding removal of memorials to robert e. lee, an alleged racist toward whom they express violent hatred. this presents a massive paradox. robert e. lee was the first person offered command of the union armies. how can it be that a “southern racist” was offered command of the union army if the union was going to war to free black slaves?

 

virginia did not secede until april 17, 1861, two days after lincoln called up troops for the invasion of the south.

 

only a small minority of southerners owned slaves. slaves were brought to the new world by europeans as a labor force long prior to the existence of the us and the southern states in order that the abundant land could be exploited. for the south, slavery was an inherited institution that pre-dated the south. diaries and letters of soldiers fighting for the confederacy and those fighting for the union provide no evidence that the soldiers were fighting for or against slavery.

 

on september 22, 1862, president abraham lincoln issued the preliminary emancipation proclamation, which declared that as of january 1, 1863, all enslaved people in the states currently engaged in rebellion against the union “shall be then, thenceforward, and forever free.”

 

president lincoln shrewdly justified the emancipation proclamation as a “fit and necessary war measure” in order to cripple the confederacy's use of slaves in the war effort.

 

the emancipation proclamation did not free all slaves in the united states. rather, it declared free only those slaves living in states not under union control.

 

 the emancipation proclamation, on the union side, military officers were concerned that the union troops would desert if the emancipation proclamation gave them the impression that they were being killed and maimed for the sake of blacks. that is why lincoln stressed that the proclamation was a “war measure” to provoke an internal slave rebellion that would draw southern troops off the front lines.

 

abraham lincoln issued the preliminary emancipation proclamation on september 22nd, 1862. it stipulated that if the southern states did not cease their rebellion by january 1st, 1863, then proclamation would go into effect. when the confederacy did not yield, lincoln issued the final emancipation proclamation on january 1st, 1863.

 

in 1862, president lincoln's emancipation proclamation opened the door for african americans to enlist in the union army

 

if we look carefully we can find a phony hook in the south carolina declaration of causes of secession (december 20, 1860) as long as we ignore the reasoning of the document. lincoln’s election caused south carolina to secede. during his campaign for president lincoln used rhetoric aimed at the abolitionist vote. (abolitionists did want slavery abolished for moral reasons, though it is sometimes hard to see their morality through their hate, but they never controlled the government.)

 

south carolina saw in lincoln’s election rhetoric intent to violate the us constitution, which was a voluntary agreement, and which recognized each state as a free and independent state.

 

after providing a history that supported south carolina’s position, the document says that to remove all doubt about the sovereignty of states “an amendment was added, which declared that the powers not delegated to the united states by the constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states, respectively, or to the people.”

 

south carolina saw slavery as the issue being used by the north to violate the sovereignty of states and to further centralize power in washington. the secession document makes the case that the north, which controlled the us government, had broken the compact on which the union rested and, therefore, had made the union null and void.

 

for example, south carolina pointed to article 4 of the us constitution, which reads: “no person held to service or labor in one state, under the laws thereof, escaping into another, shall, in consequence of any law or regulation therein, be discharged from such service or labor, but shall be delivered up, on claim of the party to whom such service or labor may be due.” northern states had passed laws that nullified federal laws that upheld this article of the compact. thus, the northern states had deliberately broken the compact on which the union was formed.

 

the obvious implication was that every aspect of states’ rights protected by the 10th amendment could now be violated. and as time passed they were, so south carolina’s reading of the situation was correct.

 

the secession document reads as a defense of the powers of states and not as a defense of slavery.

 

a court historian, who is determined to focus attention away from the north’s destruction of the us constitution and the war crimes that accompanied the constitution’s destruction, will seize on south carolina’s use of slavery as the example of the issue the north used to subvert the constitution. the court historian’s reasoning is that as south carolina makes a to-do about slavery, slavery must have been the cause of the war. braaayyyy

 

as south carolina was the first to secede, its secession document probably was the model for other states. if so, this is the avenue by which court historians, that is, those who replace real history with fake history, turn the war into a war over slavery.

 

once people become brainwashed, especially if it is by propaganda that serves power, they are more or less lost forever. it is extremely difficult to bring them to truth.

 

lies masquerading as history have been institutionalized  an institutionalized lie is highly resistant to truth.

 

education has so deteriorated in the us that many people can no longer tell the difference between an explanation and an excuse or justification. in the us denunciation of an orchestrated hate object is a safer path for a writer than explanation. truth is the casualty.

 

as george orwell said, the best way to destroy a people is to destroy their history.


 

While the American Civil War (1861–1865) was devastating for the United States in terms of human loss of life, it was also the event that caused the American states to finally become united.

 

"HISTORY DOES NOT FIT ON A BUMPER STICKER."

 

A variety of events prompted the war, not just the underlying issues of enslavement and states' rights.

 

The Fugitive Slave Act was passed as part of the Compromise of 1850. This act forced any federal official who did not arrest a freedom seeker to pay a fine.

 

"Uncle Tom's Cabin or Life Among the Lowly" was written in 1852 by Harriet Beecher Stowe, an activist who wrote the book to show the evils of enslavement. Abraham Lincoln recognized that this

 

By 1856, Kansas had become a hotbed of violence as pro- and anti-enslavement forces fought over the state's future to the point where it was nicknamed "Bleeding Kansas."

 

One of the most publicized events in Bleeding Kansas was when, on May 21, 1856, pro-enslavement supporters in Missouri—known as the "Border Ruffians"—sacked Lawrence, Kansas, which was known to be a staunch free-state area. One day later, violence occurred on the floor of the U.S. Senate. Congressman Preston Brooks, who favored enslavement, attacked Sen. Charles Sumner with a cane after Sumner had given a speech condemning the pro-enslavement forces for the violence occurring in Kansas.

 

In 1857, Dred Scott lost his case that argued that he should be free because he had been held as an enslaved person while living in a free state. The Supreme Court ruled that his petition could not be seen because he did not hold any property. But it went further, stating that even though he had been taken by his "owner" into a free state, he was still an enslaved person because such individuals were to be considered the property of their enslavers.

 

John Brown was a dedicated activist who had been involved in anti-enslavement violence in Kansas. On Oct. 16, 1859, he led a group of 17, including five Black members, to raid the arsenal located in Harper's Ferry, Virginia (now West Virginia). His goal was to start an uprising led by enslaved people using the captured weapons.

 

However, after capturing several buildings, Brown and his men were surrounded and eventually killed or captured by troops led by Col. Robert E. Lee. Brown was tried and hanged for treason. This event added more fuel to the growing Black activist movement that helped lead to open warfare in 1861.

 

The Civil War was the culmination of a series of confrontations concerning the institution of slavery.

 

Slavery arrived in North America along side the Spanish and English colonists of the 17th and 18th centuries, with an estimated 667,000 Africans imported during the more than 250 years the institution was legal.  But slavery never existed without controversy.

 

The British colony of Georgia actually banned slavery from 1735 to 1750, although it remained legal in the other 12 colonies. After the American Revolution, northern states one by one passed emancipation laws, and the sectional divide began to open as the South became increasingly committed to slavery.

 

Once called a “necessary evil” by Thomas Jefferson, proponents of slavery increasingly switched their rhetoric to one that described slavery as a benevolent Christian institution that benefited all parties involved: slaves, slave owners, and non-slave holding whites. The number of slaves compared to number of free blacks varied greatly from state to state in the southern states.

 

In 1860, for example, both Virginia and Mississippi had in excess of 400,000 slaves, but the Virginia population also included more than 58,000 free blacks, as opposed to only 773 in Mississippi. In 1860, South Carolina was the only state to have a majority slave population, yet in all southern states slavery served as the foundation for their socioeconomic and political order.

 

In the growth years following the 1803 Louisiana Purchase, Congress was compelled to establish a policy to guide the expansion of slavery into the new western territory.  Missouri’s application for statehood as a slave state sparked a bitter national debate.  In addition to the deeper moral issue posed by the growth of slavery, the addition of pro-slavery Missouri legislators would give the pro-slavery faction a Congressional majority. 

 

Ultimately, Congress reached a series of agreements that became known as the Missouri Compromise.  Missouri was admitted as a slave state and Maine was admitted as a free state, preserving the Congressional balance.  A line was also drawn through the unincorporated western territories along the 36°30' parallel, dividing north and south as free and slave. 

 

Thomas Jefferson, upon hearing of this deal, “considered it at once as the knell of the Union.  It is hushed indeed for the moment.  But this is a reprieve only, not a final sentence.

 

In August of 1831, a slave named Nat Turner incited an uprising that spread through several plantations in southern Virginia.  Turner and approximately seventy cohorts killed around sixty white people.  The deployment of militia infantry and artillery suppressed the rebellion after two days of terror. 

 

Fifty-five slaves, including Turner, were tried and executed for their role in the insurrection.  Nearly two hundred more were lynched by frenzied mobs.  Although small-scale slave uprisings were fairly common in the American South, Nat Turner’s rebellion was the bloodiest.

 

Virginia lawmakers reacted to the crisis by rolling back what few civil rights slaves and free black people possessed at the time.  Education was prohibited and the right to assemble was severely limited. 

 

 

Uncle Tom’s Cabin was the second-best-selling book in America in the 19th century, second only to the Bible.  Its popularity brought the issue of slavery to life for those few who remained unmoved after decades of legislative conflict and widened the division between North and South.

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncle_Tom%27s_Cabin

 

The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854 established Kansas and Nebraska as territories and set the stage for “Bleeding Kansas” by its adoption of popular sovereignty. Under popular sovereignty, it is the residents of the territories who decide by popular referendum if the state is to be a free or enslaved. Settlers from the North and the South poured into Kansas, hoping to swell the numbers on their side of the debate. 

 

Passions were enflamed and violence raged. In the fall of 1855, abolitionist John Brown came to Kansas to fight the forces of slavery. In response to the sacking of Lawrence by border ruffians from Missouri whose sole victim was an abolitionist printing press, Brown and his supporters killed five pro-slavery settlers in the Pottawatomie Creek Massacre in Kansas in May, 1856.

 

Violence existed in the territory as early as 1855 but the Sack of Lawrence and the Pottawatomie Creek Massacre launched a guerilla war between pro-slavery and anti-slavery forces. The violence subsided in 1859, the warring parties forged a fragile peace, but not before more than 50 settlers had been killed.

 

Chief Justice Roger Taney proclaimed blacks "so far inferior that they had no rights which the white man was bound to respect."

 

Dred Scott was a Virginia slave who tried to sue for his freedom in court.  The case eventually rose to the level of the Supreme Court, where the justices found that, as a slave, Dred Scott was a piece of property that had none of the legal rights or recognitions afforded to a human being. 

 

The Dred Scott Decision threatened to entirely recast the political landscape that had thus far managed to prevent civil war.  The classification of slaves as mere property made the federal government’s authority to regulate the institution much more ambiguous.

 

Abolitionist John Brown supported violent action against the South to end slavery and played a major role in starting the Civil War. After the Pottawatomie Massacre during Bleeding Kansas, Brown returned to the North and plotted a far more threatening act.

 

In October 1859, he and 19 supporters, armed with “Beecher’s Bibles,” led a raid on the federal armory and arsenal at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, in an effort to capture and confiscate the arms located there, distribute them among local slaves and begin armed insurrection. A small force of U.S. Marines, led by Col. Robert E. Lee, put down the uprising. On October 27, Brown was tried for treason against the state of Virginia, convicted and hanged in Charles Town on December 2.

 

Abraham Lincoln was elected by a considerable margin in 1860 despite not being included on many Southern ballots.  As a Republican, his party’s anti-slavery outlook struck fear into many Southerners. 

 

On December 20, 1860, a little over a month after the polls closed, South Carolina seceded from the Union.  Six more states followed by the spring of 1861. 

 

Abraham Lincoln's skillful strategy forced the South to fire the first shot of the Civil War at the Battle of Fort Sumter.

 

With secession, several federal forts, including Fort Sumter in South Carolina, suddenly became outposts in a foreign land.  Abraham Lincoln made the decision to send fresh supplies to the beleaguered garrisons. 

 

On April 12, 1861, Confederate warships turned back the supply convoy to Fort Sumter and opened a 34-hour bombardment on the stronghold.  The garrison surrendered on April 14. 

 

The Civil War was now underway.  On April 15, Lincoln called for 75,000 volunteers to join the Northern army.  Unwilling to contribute troops, Virginia, Arkansas, North Carolina, and Tennessee dissolved their ties to the federal government.

 

1850  Sep. After years of confrontations between slave states and free states of the North, the Compromise of 1850 is passed.

            

1856  May 21. The Sacking of Lawrence is an event that precedes the Civil War. Because Lawrence was initially established by settlers who opposed slavery, 800 southerners (who favored slavery) marched into the town of Lawrence to make a statement.

            

1857  James Buchanan, former ambassador to the UK, becomes the 15th president of the US.

 

Mar 6. The US Supreme Court decides a ruling that slaves are not protected by the US Constitution, the case is known as Dred Scott v. Sandford.

            

1858  The Lincoln-Douglas debates take place, the varying theme of the debates include the topic of the expansion of slavery across the country.

            

1859  Dec 2. Abolition leader John Brown, is hanged in Charles Town, West Virginia for treason and murder.

            

1860  Nov 6. Abraham Lincoln, a veteran of the Illinois militia, is elected as the sixteenth president of the United States.

 

The United States slave population in 1860 numbered 4,350,274. Three million are in southern/slave states.

            

1861  The southern states of Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia join South Carolina in Seceding from the Union. These eventually form the Confederate States.

 

Feb 4. The Confederacy is formally formed.

 

Mar 11. The Confederate Constitution is passed and elects Jefferson Davis as president.

 

1861  Apr 12. The beginning of the American Civil War takes place at Fort Sumter in South Carolina. Confederate troops captured the fort allowing Union troops to leave.

 

May 21. The Confederacy names Richmond, Virginia as their Capital.

 

Jul 21. First Battle of Bull Run (aka First Battle of Manassas by the Confederates); it was the first land battle of major proportions in the Civil War. The battle took place near the city of Manassas in Prince William County, Virginia. There were more than 2800 casualties at this battle.

            

1862  Mar 8. A naval battle pitting the Union and the Confederates, the Battle of Hampton Roads take place near Sewell’s Point in Virginia. The Battle featured the ironclad battleships Monitor and the Merrimack.

 

Mar-Jul. Peninsular Campaign: the Unions first large scale offensive in the Eastern theater commanded by George B. McClellan. The operation involved 121,500 men, 15,000 horses, 1,150 wagons, 44 artillery batteries and tons of supplies and equipment.

 

Apr 6. Confederate and Union soldiers engage in a fiercely fought battle in Tennessee. Known as the Battle of Shiloh, it resulted as a victory for the Union.

 

May 8. A campaign through the Shenandoah Valley led by confederate Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson known as the Battle of McDowell resulted in a victory for the confederate side.

 

Jun 25. Although outnumbered, the confederate win the Seven Days Battles in Richmond, Virginia. 92,000 strong under Robert E Lee of the Northern Virginia army best the Union who had 104,100 soldiers. The confederate sustained more casualties than the Union.

 

Aug 17. Bands of Sioux engage the US troops concurrent with the Civil War. Because of violations by the US on treaties with the indians leading to hardships, the Dakota War of 1862 take place.

 

Aug 28. Second Battle of Bull Run. There were 62,000 Union soldiers when the battle started, 10,000 were killed and wounded. The Confederate had 50,000 out of whom 1,300 were killed and 7,000 wounded.

 

Sep 17. Battle of Antietam. This battle was fought near Sharpsburg, Maryland and the Antietam Creek. It is considered the bloodiest one day battle of the Civil War; there were 23,000 casualties from both sides.

 

Sep 22. In the hopes of ending the war, President Lincoln makes an announcement that he would emancipate all slaves.

 

Oct. Battle of Perryville. This battle took place in Chaplin Hills which is west of Perryville, Kentucky. It has also been called as the Battle of Chaplin Hills.

 

Dec 11-15. Battle of Fredericksburg. Fought in Fredericksburg, Virginia between the forces of General Robert E. Lee’s North Virginia Confederate Army and Major General Ambrose E. Burnside’s Union Army of the Potomac. There were 12,653 casualties with 1,284 killed on the Union side; the Confederate army suffered 5,377 casualties (608 killed).

 

Dec 31. Fought in Middle Tennessee, the Battle of Stones River is one of the major battles that had the most casualties from both sides.

            

1863  Jan 1. Using his war powers, an executive order is signed and issued by President Lincoln that freed 50,000 slaves right away. This is better known as the Emancipation Proclamation. As the Union advanced, more than 3 million more slaves were freed.

 

Mar 3. There were difficulties in recruiting which led to President Lincoln passing the Enrollment Act requiring men between 20 to 45 years of age to be drafted. One could avoid service by finding a replacement or paying a fee.

 

Battle of Chancellorsville. A major battle in the Civil War that took place in Spotsylvania County, Virginia. Despite a Confederate victory, it was dampened by the loss of Lt. General Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson, General Lee’s right hand man.

 

May-Jul. Siege of Vicksburg. Army of the Tennessee led by Ulysses S. Grant drives Lt. General John Pemberton and his confederate forces back to their defensive lines in Vicksburg, Virginia.

 

Fought in and around the town of Gettysburg, Virginia, this battle had claimed the most number of casualties during the Civil War. An approximate total of 165,620 Americans fought at this battle over a three day period. There were a total of 7,863 killed.

 

Sep 19. The last of the Confederates win was the Battle of Chickamauga, fought in Georgia. General Braxton Bragg led the confederates while the Union was under the command of General William Rosecrans.

 

1904   Nov 19. President Lincoln delivers a speech in the middle of the Civil War. It is one of the most rehearsed and remember speeches in US history, the Gettysburg Address. He delivers it at the Gettysburg National Cemetery.

            

1864  Ulysses Grant is appointed general in chief of the North by President Lincoln.

 

May 5. Battle of the Wilderness. The battle pitted Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee. This was literally a battle of wits, one general trying to outsmart the other. Casualty estimates reach 30,000 from both sides.

 

May 10. Battle of Spotsylvania. Part of the Overland Campaign, the battle represented another example of the fierceness of the Civil War. Total casualties numbered at 32,000. Again, General Lee had the upper-hand during the skirmishes.

 

Jun 20. Under Ulysses S Grant, Union forces engaged in a nine month trench warfare known as the Siege of Petersburg. This took place in Petersburg, Virginia. General Robert E Lee eventually yielded when supplies for his troops were cut by the Union using a thirty mile stretch of trenches. The siege ended in April 1965.

 

Nov 8. Abraham Lincoln is re-elected.

 

Nov 15. Major General William Tecumseh Sherman leads the Savannah Campaign in Georgia. This campaign is said to have “defied military principles…” for the reason that Sherman was able to inflict physical and psychological damage, incapacitating the area’s capacity to fight back. They occupy Savannah Georgia by December 21.

            

1865  Jan 31. The United States Congress abolishes slavery by passing the 13th Amendment.

 

Feb 6. General Robert E Lee is named as General-in-chief of the Confederate army.

 

Mar-Apr. Appomattox Campaign. Described as an array of battles in Virginia that were fought between the end of March 1865 and early April 1865. It is seen as the campaign that led to the eventual surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia and thus leading to the end of the civil war.

 

Apr 9. General Lee of the Confederates surrender to General Grant of the Union at the Appomattox Court House in Virginia, thus ending the Civil War.

 

Apr 14. Abraham Lincoln is assassinated by actor John Wilkes Booth at Ford’s Theater.

 

Apr 15. Andrew Johnson is inaugurated as President.

 

Apr 26. John Wilkes Booth is found and gunned down in a tobacco barn.

 

May 9. President Johnson officially ended the American Civil War.

 

South Carolina First to Secede

South Carolina officially secedes from the Union, becoming the first state to do so.

 

Jan 9, 1861

 

Mississippi Secession

Mississippi secedes from the Union.

 

Jan 10, 1861

 

Florida Secession

Florida secedes from the Union.

 

Jan 11, 1861

 

Alabama Secession

Alabama secedes from the Union.

 

Jan 19, 1861

 

Georgia Secession

Georgia secedes from the Union.

 

Jan 26, 1861

 

Louisiana Secession

Louisiana secedes from the Union.

 

Feb 1, 1861

 

Texas Secession

Texas secedes from the Union.

 

Mar 4, 1861

 

Lincoln Inauguration

Abraham Lincoln is inaugurated as the 16th President of the United States. In his Inaugural Address he gives a stark warning to the South: he will not tolerate secession.

 

Mar 11, 1861

 

Confederate Constitution Signed

The Constitution of the Confederate States of America is signed in Montgomery, Alabama.

 

Apr 12, 1861

 

Civil War Begins

Confederate forces under General P.G.T. Beauregard bombard Major Robert Anderson and his Union soldiers at Fort Sumter in Charleston, South Carolina. The Civil War officially begins.

 

Apr 14, 1861

 

Major Robert Anderson surrenders Fort Sumter to Confederate forces after two days of bombardment.

 

Apr 17, 1861

 

Virginia Secession

Virginia secedes from the Union.

 

May 6, 1861

 

Arkansas Secession

Arkansas secedes from the Union.

 

May 7, 1861

 

Tennessee Secession

Tennessee secedes from the Union.

 

May 20, 1861

 

North Carolina Secession

North Carolina secedes from the Union, the 11th and last state to do so.

 

Jul 4, 1861

 

Lincoln Requests Army

Lincoln addresses Congress and requests the enlistment of a Union Army. Congress authorizes a call for 500,000 men. It is clear now that the war will not be short.

 

Jul 21, 1861

 

First Battle of Bull Run

The First Battle of Bull Run pits Union General Irvin McDowell against the new Confederate army. McDowell is defeated causing a panicked retreat back to Washington, which is about forty miles away. The withdrawal is hampered by the large numbers of spectators who are there to see the battle.

 

Mar 9, 1862

 

Moniter vs. Merrimack

The Confederate ironclad USS Merrimack battles the Union ironclad USS Monitor in Chesapeake Bay. The battle is a draw but it makes wooden ships obsolete and ushers in the era of steel warships, changing naval warfare forever.

 

Apr 8, 1862 - Apr 9, 1862

 

Union General Ulysses S. Grant's forces are surprised at the town of Shiloh in Tennessee. The ensuing battle results in 13,000 Union and 10,000 Confederate casualties, more than in all previous American wars combined.

 

Jun 1, 1862

 

Robert E. Lee Assumes Command

General Robert E. Lee assumes command of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia.

 

Jun 25, 1862

 

Over the course of seven days of fighting, General Robert E. Lee attacks George McClellan's Union Army of the Potomac near Richmond, Virginia. Huge casualties cause McClellan to withdraw north towards Washington.

 

Aug 30, 1862

 

The Second Battle of Bull Run is a resounding victory for Confederate General Stonewall Jackson. Union General John Pope is blamed for the loss and is relieved of his duties after the battle.

 

Sep 17, 1862

 

The Battle of Antietam is the bloodiest day in United States history. Over 26,000 men are killed, wounded or missing in action on both sides. Though officially a draw, the battle stops General Robert E. Lee's invasion of Maryland and he retreats back to Virginia.

 

Sep 22, 1862

 

Lincoln issues a preliminary Emancipation Proclamation, which declares his intention to free all slaves in any new territory captured by the Union Army.

 

Dec 13, 1862

 

The Union Army under General Ambrose E. Burnside suffers a horrible defeat at the Battle of Fredericksburg in Virginia. Fourteen individual assaults on an entrenched Confederate position cost the Union 13,000 casualties.

 

Jan 1, 1863

 

Emancipation Proclamation

Lincoln issues the Emancipation Proclamation. It frees all slaves in territory captured by the Union Army, and orders the enlistment of Black soldiers. From this point forward, the Civil War is a war over slavery.

 

Mar 3, 1863

 

Military Draft

Congress enacts the first draft in American history, requiring every man to serve in the army unless he can furnish a substitute or pay the government $300. These escape provisions are wildly unpopular with workers and recent immigrants, and lead to draft riots in New York and other northern cities.

 

May 1, 1863 - May 4, 1863

 

Chancellorsville

Over the course of three days, General Robert E. Lee divides his army in the face of a larger enemy, and manages to defeat the Union Army led by "Fighting" Joe Hooker. The North suffers 17,000 casualties, the South 13,000.

 

May 10, 1863

Confederate General Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson dies from wounds sustained when he was mistakenly shot by his own troops at Chancellorsville.

 

Jul 1, 1863

 

From July 1st to July 4th, the Union Army under General Meade defeats Robert E. Lee's Confederate Army at Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. One of the bloodiest battles of the war, Gettysburg is a turning point, and marks the farthest advance of the Confederate Army into Northern territory.

 

Jul 1, 1863 - Jul 4, 1863

 

Pickett’s Charge

On the third day of the Battle of Gettysburg, General Robert E. Lee orders General George Pickett to assault entrenched Union positions. In what would become known as "Pickett's Charge," More than half of the 12,000 Confederate soldiers who participate in the charge are slaughtered as they walk slowly across a 3/4-mile field into a hail of gunfire.

 

Jul 4, 1863

 

Vicksburg

Far to the West on the Mississippi River, General Ulysses S. Grant takes Vicksburg after a long siege. At this point, the Union controls the entire river, cutting the Confederacy in two.

 

Jul 13, 1863 - Jul 16, 1863

 

Draft Riots

When the government attempts to begin conscription, riots break out in New York and other northern cities. In New York, 120 men, women and children—mostly Black—are killed before Union troops returning from Gettysburg restore order.

 

Sep 19, 1863

Union General William Rosecrans is defeated by Confederate General Braxton Bragg at the Battle of Chickamauga, in Tennessee.

 

Gettysburg Address

President Lincoln delivers the two-minute Gettysburg Address at the dedication of the National Cemetery at the battlefield in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania.

 

Mar 9, 1864

 

Grant Takes Command

Lincoln appoints Ulysses S. Grant commander of all Union armies, ending his long search for a decent general to command northern forces. General William T. Sherman takes over as commander in the West.

 

May 4, 1864

 

Virginia Campaign

Beginning a drive aimed at ending the war, Ulysses S. Grant and 120,000 troops march south toward Richmond, the Confederate capital. Over the course of the next six weeks, a brutal war of attrition results in the deaths of nearly 50,000 Union soldiers.

 

Jun 15, 1864

 

Siege of Petersburg

With the beginning of the Siege of Petersburg, south of Richmond, the mobile war of the past month ends, replaced by a nine-month siege.

 

May 4, 1864 - May 5, 1864

 

Battle of the Wilderness

During the horrific Battle of the Wilderness, thousands of men burn to death as the woods in which they were fighting catch fire.

 

May 8, 1864 - May 12, 1864

 

Battle of Spotsylvania

Continuing his advance, Union General Ulysses S. Grant attacks Robert E. Lee's Confederate forces at Spotsylvania. Grant loses more soldiers than Lee. Still, General Lee is forced to retreat south.

 

Jun 1, 1864 - Jun 3, 1864

 

Battle of Cold Harbor

The bloody battle of Cold Harbor is a disaster for the Union. General Ulysses S. Grant makes a series of tactical mistakes that result in the deaths of 7,000 Union in 20 minutes.

 

Apr 2, 1865

 

Siege of Petersburg Ends

The Siege of Petersburg ends as Ulysses S. Grant's army breaks through Confederate lines and marches toward Richmond.

 

Apr 2, 1865

 

Fall of Richmond

The Union Army captures Richmond, Virginia, which is nearly leveled by shelling and fire.

 

Sep 2, 1864

 

Sherman Burns Atlanta

Union General Sherman captures Atlanta and burns it to the ground.

 

Nov 15, 1864

 

Sherman’s March to the Sea

Union General Sherman begins his famous March to the Sea, cutting a swath of destruction 300 miles long and 60 miles wide through Georgia. "All war is hell," he comments.

 

Dec 15, 1864

 

Battle of Nashville

The Confederate Army of the Tennessee is crushed by the Union Army of the Cumberland in Nashville. The war in the West is nearly over.

 

Dec 21, 1864

 

Savannah Captured

Savannah is captured, ending the March to the Sea. Union General Sherman offers the city to Lincoln as a Christmas present.

 

Jan 31, 1865

 

13th Amendment Ends Slavery

The United States Congress approves the 13th Amendment to the Constitution, which will abolish slavery.

 

Mar 4, 1865

 

Second Lincoln Inaugural

Lincoln is sworn in for his second term as President of the United States.

 

Apr 9, 1865

 

Lee Surrenders

General Robert E. Lee surrenders to General Ulysses S. Grant in a farmhouse in the town of Appomattox Court House, Virginia. The war is over.

 

Lincoln Shot

Abraham Lincoln is shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C.

 

Apr 18, 1865

 

Johnston Surrenders

General Joe Johnston, leading the largest Confederate Army still in existence, surrenders in North Carolina.

 

Dec 6, 1865

 

Slavery Abolished

The 13th Amendment is ratified by the States. Slavery is abolished.

THE U.S. CIVIL WAR WAS FOUGHT BETWEEN THE NORTH (UNION), AND THE SOUTH (CONFEDERATES).

 

THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR WAS FOUGHT THROUGHOUT THE YEARS 1861 AND 1865 BETWEEN THE STATES OF THE UNION AND THE STATES OF THE CONFEDERACY.

 

For most Americans, the Civil War is a hazy period back in the seemingly distant past. The general history may be clear, but specifics are hard to fathom from our present-day perspective.

 

The Civil War began with the Confederate attack on Fort Sumter, on April 12, 1861

 

Some naive Northerners believed that the First Battle of Bull Run would be the first and final battle of the Civil War. They were sorely mistaken.

 

Most iconic Civil War battles took place in the east, between massive armies and tens of thousands of individuals.

 

The Battle of Glorieta pass is sometimes referred to as the Gettysburg of the West, in the sense that it helped determined the outcome of the Civil War.

 

On April 9, 1865, General Robert E. Lee met with General Grant in a humble citizen’s home near the town of Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia, and formally surrendered the forces under his command. The mighty Army of Northern Virginia was now, finally, defeated.

 

The Confederate capital of Richmond had fallen days earlier, and President Jefferson Davis was on the run with what remained of his dying government. He was captured by Union cavalry on May 10th. The Confederacy was no more, and the Nation could begin to heal.

 

AS IT STANDS, THE CIVIL WAR WAS A HUGE MOUNTAIN THAT US HAD TO CLIMB OVER TO GET TO A BETTER FUTURE.   JEW ROTHSCHILD FUNDED , ARMED AND MANNED ( MERCENARIES ) BOTH SIDES









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