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5 Responses to “Slaves on the US Plantation”

  1. Eric Hall says:

    The Bible calls the system Babylon. See Revelation 18:4.
    It indicates the system will not be changed until the Kingdom of God is established. And true followers of Christ are to be witnesses against this system (Acts 1:8).

  2. Alan Donelson says:

    Thanks once more, Barbara, for your work and the fruits thereof!

    What came to mind: Note to self, please watch Stanly Kubrick’s Spartacus once again — for pointers! GOD only knows WTF’s goin’ on AND it seems a few prescient souls have left bread crumbs to follow and tea leaves to read. Mr. Kubrick mined the past and, later, the future to tell us SOMETHING IMPORTANT in real, present times. Along the way some say he worked for TPTB to fake moon landing footage, in return receiving the wherewithal to make 2001: A Space Odyssey. GOD only knows the Truth about All of this.

    In the meantime, may each of us receive blessings of strength, will, and all else we require to engage and overcome the challenges before our noses and those to come. May we also learn to love, especially each other, despite all our faults and shortcomings. We don’t have to adopt the “hive mind” or become Borg to complement, assist, and work together for the good of all. Let us begin with our selves.

  3. Anne G. says:

    Very thoughtful presentation. Although it seems the producer looked only at US slavery on plantations, the principle can be applied world wide, of course, and in all ages. Jesus said we humans will be slaves (servants), but we only have two choices for masters, God or mammon. Our choice of a master affects our families, countries and our world. In regard to only US history, I once heard a conference speaker state that the War Between the States did not end slavery, but only “extended the plantation.”

  4. Tina says:

    Excellent video