We’ve produced a series of videos, each no more than two minutes, recounting the real history of slavery. These are based on audio extracts from Thomas Sowell’s essay ‘The Real History of Slavery‘, to which we’ve added images and historic photos.
For more information on slavery, as it really happened rather than the politicised antiwhite version pushed by our institutions and the media, listen to Thomas Sowell’s essay which is posted in full at the end of this page and visit our slavery article.
Why this provincial view of a worldwide evil?
Exposing the motivation for today’s narrative on slavery which portrays Whites as the oppressors, Blacks as the victims; to incite guilt and extract benefits from the White population.
Western civilisation against the world
Roots – a myth to live by?
“I try to give my people a myth to live by.” stated Alex Haley, author of Roots. Yet this myth, which demonises White people, is portrayed as historically accurate.
This short video puts the record straight.
How were victims of the Arab slave traders treated?
All races kept slaves, all races were enslaved. Yet our institutions and media focus almost entirely on slavery by White societies. A more balanced view of this worldwide evil is needed. This video explores the size and brutality of the Arab slave trade.
Only one civilisation developed a moral revulsion against slavery
The most striking omission from today’s slavery narrative is that it was White people who, against the wishes of every other race, ended slavery virtually across the world.
At the time Western societies had the power to prevail against other nations. That is why slavery ended.
People were enslaved because of vulnerability not race
Slavery was not motivated by race or racial difference. It was the result of vulnerability and societies seeing enslavement as an integral part of their culture. Until White society developed a moral revulsion to the practice and, against the wishes of all other races, ended it.
Africans were by no means the innocents portrayed in Roots
How the distorted narrative of slavery is used to demonise Whites?
This video provides an example of how the White-centric view of slavery is used to demand retribution for ‘inherited’ guilt and to create current guilt by transferring the perverted narrative of the past into the present.
The Real History of Slavery – Essay by Thomas Sowell
Published 13 February 2021