American Slave History 101

Explains how to make reparations for slavery work for slave and master.

By Norris Shelton


Cultural DNA Recognized

American Slave History 101 is written to document the existence of the American slave culture with enfaces on their lack of development in the human race. American slaves’ existence started in America in 1619. They were classified as animals and logged into America’s headcount as chattel. Bred to be livestock, American slaves’ humanoid existence wasn’t documented in American History. History teaches us about wrongful events that happen to American slaves when they were misidentified as Negroes, coloreds and African Americans. History omits what happened and is still happening to the slaves that America bred.

The slavery seeds that were planted in America in 1619 fermented for 246 years. In 1865, American slaves were released from the womb of slavery and have grown to become the American Slave Nation. The author set out to find out why only one side of American History is taught in schools and why American Slave History is omitted altogether. The answer is simple: Fear of prosecution. History is written by the winners. To wind up in first-place in the human race, whites had to break the law. Winners won’t write that, in order to win, they had to breed American slaves.

The author believes we should deal with exposing the facts of slavery intelligently, not fearful of prosecution. He says: “Slavery happened. So, let’s deal with it. The first question should be, was breaking the law to breed American slaves worth the effort? Did breeding slaves generate profit? When we look at the greatness of America, the answer has to be, yes, it was well worth the effort. Instead of wallowing in shame and fear of prosecution, we should build on the foundation of slavery. To keep from our white forefathers’ effort being forever tarnished with shame, it is my job as an “American slave” to clear my white forefather’s names. Exonerating whites for slavery is the only way to heal the gaping wound left by slavery and save the American slave culture from genocide.”

American Slave History 101 is a step-by-step narration of American slaves’ introduction to America’s economic battlefield. In order for American slaves to participate in business as a culture, administrative acceptance is a must. Unfortunately, no administration is yet willing to recognize American slaves as a culture. Unrecognized, American slaves are nonsexist and are therefore excluded. Racial exclusion is racial discrimination. No one is pointing out racial discrimination anymore. Racial slurs made to individual slaves are racially related but that is not racial discrimination. “Racial discrimination” is an act that negatively affect the American slave culture, not just one isolated individual African American. Louisville, Kentucky’s administration has indicated it is ready to deal with the aftereffects of slavery and the ignorance that American slaves inherited. That puts Louisville at the head of the reparations for slavery table. Realizing the day would come when America would have to rectify slavery and deal with the debt incurred building America, the author drafted American Slaves, Inc. Renaissance Plan.

The author is openly calling out leadership, black and white and boldly challenging the cultural ignorance that has a grip on the mindset of America. The author says: “Racial discrimination is disguised to look like a helping hand and is hiding out at nonprofit organizations. If the aftereffects of racial discrimination are visible, that means racial discrimination is present. Public officials are paid to uncover racial discrimination, root it out and destroy the source of the aftereffect. They must start doing their jobs or be
removed from office.”

First printing, December 2019
ISBN: 978-0-9998862-6-7
Library of Congress Control Number:2019920300


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