• Who's the most evil person in history in your opinion?

    Best answer: The person that created the white race.
    Best answer: The person that created the white race.
    564 answers · 1 week ago
  • Jesus was olive/brown yall, why then are all dem fancy renaissance paintings of him as a white guy?

    Best answer: It's because the painters where white. This is a similar phenomenon where buddha is depicted as tibetan and japanese, when he was an indian.
    Best answer: It's because the painters where white. This is a similar phenomenon where buddha is depicted as tibetan and japanese, when he was an indian.
    49 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do old people say "The good old days", we sometimes they weren't really good times?

    For instance! My grampa had an awful childhood. He was an orphan living in the depression era. His new adopted parent was so cruel to him! She would make him work hard labor in the fields. And when he got paid, she would take all of his money, and not even leave him a dime.... She would only feed him bread and... show more
    For instance! My grampa had an awful childhood. He was an orphan living in the depression era. His new adopted parent was so cruel to him! She would make him work hard labor in the fields. And when he got paid, she would take all of his money, and not even leave him a dime.... She would only feed him bread and water. While this lady real kids ate Meat and potatoes... He would never have the time to play. And yes he still had to go to school. He didn't even have a bed to sleep on. Not because the foster mom was poor "she was normal class at the time" She just wouldn't buy him one. My grandpa tells story's of how he hated it. But at the same times he would call those the "good old days/ Good times" P.S. Sorry for any grammar errors
    50 answers · 1 week ago
  • POLL: How old were you in 1991?

    264 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Would you have liked to live in England at the time of its Industrial Revolution?

    Best answer: No way I'd want to live in England during the Industrial Revolution. It was a time when the emphasis was on investment not consumption, so the workers had to work long hours for minimal pay. Many of the workers were children, who were severely abused, while women hauled loads of coal like mules. Also, back... show more
    Best answer: No way I'd want to live in England during the Industrial Revolution. It was a time when the emphasis was on investment not consumption, so the workers had to work long hours for minimal pay. Many of the workers were children, who were severely abused, while women hauled loads of coal like mules. Also, back then, from about 1820--1860, sanitary conditions in urban areas tended to be appalling.
    Those who fared best were the usual upper class like the landed gentry. Rich businessmen did OK--although even they would do better AFTER the industrial revolution, not during it. Not until after all the factories, railroads etc were built could they really make profits.
    13 answers · 1 week ago
  • How did people living in cities keep cool at night?

    Best answer: Open windows, sleep on roofs or fire escapes, some actually tried sleeping in filled bathtubs. Electric fans from the 1890s on. The wealthy got out of town
    Best answer: Open windows, sleep on roofs or fire escapes, some actually tried sleeping in filled bathtubs. Electric fans from the 1890s on. The wealthy got out of town
    19 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why is it ILLEGAL to deny the HOLOCAUST?

    Why is the holocaust the only historical event to be protected by the law? It seems suspicious, surely they should have nothing to hide.
    Why is the holocaust the only historical event to be protected by the law? It seems suspicious, surely they should have nothing to hide.
    29 answers · 1 week ago
  • Was Abraham Lincoln actually a good person?

    Best answer: He was a good man, but he was also a man of his time. He grew up in slavery, and while he was against slavery, he had no qualms about the use of words like the N word. He was also pro segregation. No joke, he actually wanted to take the freed slaves and segregate them away from whites after the war.
    Best answer: He was a good man, but he was also a man of his time. He grew up in slavery, and while he was against slavery, he had no qualms about the use of words like the N word. He was also pro segregation. No joke, he actually wanted to take the freed slaves and segregate them away from whites after the war.
    16 answers · 1 week ago
  • Why do White supremacist forget Hitler had a favorable view of Islam?

    Best answer: It's not a matter of "white supremacists" forgetting or remembering anything. That kind of wording only leads to debate that includes inaccurate logic. The fact is, Hitler had nothing against Islam just like he had nothing against blacks and other ethnic peoples who weren't out to line their... show more
    Best answer: It's not a matter of "white supremacists" forgetting or remembering anything. That kind of wording only leads to debate that includes inaccurate logic.

    The fact is, Hitler had nothing against Islam just like he had nothing against blacks and other ethnic peoples who weren't out to line their pockets at Germany's expense. His main issue was with the Jews, and for good reason - because they stabbed Germany in the back when they committed treason in 1916, thus causing Germany to not only lose WW1, but leaving Germany vulnerable for the Jews to go in and run the country into the ground for the next 14 years after the Versailles Treaty did its damage.

    The hate campaign you hear against Hitler doesn't come from the Muslims or Palestinians or from anyone in South America. It comes from those countries who, when war was declared against Germany by the Jews in 1933, joined forces to beat one man and his country into the ground simply because he defended the German people from the oppression they were suffering from at the hands of these parasites.

    It has become a matter of telling one lie to cover up another lie. It's gone on for more than 70 years,and in that time the lies have become embedded so deeply into in the historical record that they have become mainstream truth. They can still be exposed as the lies that they are because their version of the "truth" has no supporting evidence. However, the real truth has a mountain of verifiable documents to prove its credibility.

    “It's easier to fool people than to convince them that they have been fooled.”

    People who have bought into the lies automatically disregard the documented facts because they don't agree with what they've been indoctrinated to believe as truth. It's easier to follow the path of least resistance.
    17 answers · 2 weeks ago