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3 Presidents History Books Lie About

March 20, 2013

Woodrow Wilson:

Woodrow Wilson is known by most for two things. The League of Nations, and trying to keep America out of World War 1. Wilson (who called himself a President of the People) reigned from 1913-1921.

Why Was He Bad?

In December of 1913, the Wilson backed Federal Reserve Plan was voted on and approved. It basically set up what you now know as the Federal Reserve. At the time, the Federal Reserve was labeled as the solution to all banking problems. It could control the economy with inflation and deflation, and it would end the economic depression as we know it.

What Happened?

A mere 16 years later America was plunged into an economic sinkhole known as the Great Depression. The Federal Reserve had not only failed to control the economy, but it helped speed along the great depression. In Fact, the Federal Reserve ended up being nothing but a giant Ponzi scheme. The government borrows billions from the Federal Reserve with an added Interest Rate. The government then pays back that interest with YOUR tax dollars. That’s right, you are paying down the governments interest for them with your own hard earned money. Not too mention, with the power to print endless amounts of money, comes the decrease of the dollar. Since the Federal Reserve started in 1913, the American Dollar has lost 90% of its value. Think about that for a minute.

So What Does This Have To Do With Wilson?

Wilson was a proud champion of the Federal Reserve even after he had seen the damage it could do. He was a pompous dickbag who had no problem selling out his countrymen to a few greedy bankers. If I had one wish in life it would be to bring Woodrow Wilson back to life so that the Iron Sheik could “Break his back and fuck his ass old country way.”

Abraham Lincoln:

There is not an American alive that hasn’t heard about “Honest” Abe Lincoln. After all he ended slavery and won the Civil War. He is also considered one of the greatest presidents in the history of the United States.

Why Was He Bad?

DESPITE numerous theories that Lincoln was an abolitionist and believed in equality for all, the vicious truth is that Lincoln was a serious racist and had absolutely no intention whatsoever of freeing the slaves.

What Happened?

In 1858, Lincoln participated in a series of debates with Stephan A. Douglas. Douglas had the idea that he was going to paint Lincoln as an abolitionist at a time when slavery was commonplace. Lincoln at first used subtle measures to counteract that claim but Douglas was stubborn. Finally, Lincoln threw caution to the wind and came up with this gem:

“I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races, that I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will forever forbid the two races living together on terms of social and political equality. And in as much as they cannot so live, while they do remain together there must be the position of superior and inferior, and I as much as any other man am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white race. I say upon this occasion I do not perceive that because the white man is to have the superior position the negro should be denied everything. “ -Taken from the transcript of the 1858 debates

Fast forward a few years and Abraham Lincoln gets elected President. As the months go on, a War between the states breaks out with the South claiming (rightfully) that the Federal Government was overstepping its bounds and by showing up at Manassas had indeed invaded the South illegally. The North on the other hand hopped on the Slavery bandwagon and claimed that this was about The South trying to destroy the Union. Meanwhile, Lincoln, in an attempt to solve the slavery problem, had come up with the idea of Colonization. In short, he wanted to send the blacks (free and slaves) to Panama and Colombia so that they could thrive on their own little colonies. After two horrific conclusions to his colonization efforts, Lincoln had no choice but to free the slaves. The South was winning the war, the people of the North were quickly dropping support for the war, and “Honest” Abe found himself between a rock and a hard place.

How Did History Lie?

History tells you that Lincoln did this because he wanted the slaves to be free. This is complete bullshit. Lincoln went so far as to prohibit his own generals from freeing their own slaves. This man was a fucking bigoted cocksucker who used tyranny and secrecy throughout his years as President. He never wanted to free the slaves and only did so because it gained him a political victory.

 

George Washington:

George Washington was the first official president of the US under the Constitution.

Why Was He Bad?

Washington, according to history, could do no wrong. He was a victorious general, he was a man of integrity, and he loved his people. The problem is that Washington was also a tyrant.

What Happened?

In what I can only assume was a bout of temporary insanity (or maybe deliberate?) George Washington named Alexander Hamilton as the first Secretary of Treasury. Make no bones about it, Alexander Hamilton was a dick. He was of the mindset that Central Banks were the way to go (Think Federal Reserve). So being the douchebag he was, Alexander Hamilton decided to tax the shit out of farmers who were using their leftover grain and corn to make whiskey. The Farmers were understandably upset and said that this was taxation without representation, one of the very things Washington and Hamilton had stood against a few years earlier.  Here is where Washington shows his dickness. After a few unsuccessful attempts at collecting said whiskey tax, he sent in a few US Marshalls. At this point the farmers lost their shit. Close to 500 of them gathered and burned down the house of the Tax Inspector General John Neville. Washington then sent a peace commission out to negotiate with the farmers while at the same time calling on governors from different states to send their militias. 4 States complied and in 1794 Washington rode at the head of a 13,000 member army to quash the rebellion. The rebels fled to the hills before the army reached Pennsylvania. This proved that just like King George the 3rd over in England, Washington had no problem overstepping his authority, breaking the constitution, and selling out his countrymen, many of whom had fought for him in the Revolution, without hesitation. It should be noted that even though it was highly unsuccessful, the Whiskey Tax wasn’t repealed until after Thomas Jefferson became president. As for Alexander Hamilton, Aaron Burr made sure that son of a bitch never forced a tax on anyone ever again.

How Did History Lie?

History will tell you that Washington was a beloved and righteous president. The truth is completely opposite. While Washington started off that way, he soon fell into the trap that most politicians fall into, Power corrupts.

-Snarky

 

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2 Comments
  1. Shawn Street permalink

    As the son of a Confederate Veteran….thank you for the part about Not-so-honest Abe. Very well put.

    • I was born in the North Shawn, but my heart lives in the South. Ive always sympathized with the Confederates and I will always come to the defense of the South. Thanks for reading brother. -CJ

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