12 Advances of Civilization by Flawed White American Males

“Flawed white American males” LOL. Here are some facts. Some history. From David Walls-Kaufman:

Every time I see another disparagement of American history and American white males, I am poked to compose a list of their accomplishments that put everyone on the left to shame. The left’s contempt for America is total – suggesting that leftists see nothing redeeming in who we are. This list should be burned into our memory to counter the left’s fifty-year slander of American history. The advances on this list are the result of a unique degree of freedom blended with the Founders’ exceptional knowledge of history that created a trickle-down effect in moral influence that no one can match.

Read ’em and weep:

1. Flawed white American males founded America, the apex of Western civics that established unmatched liberty, equality, and meritocracy based on service to all the people rather than service to the one percent. This was their core belief, made far better than anyone ever had, and this experiment has shown the world the magical rewards, the unique power, that come expressly from freedom.

2. Flawed white American males wrote the Constitution, and did so in such an artful way that the unavoidable, and notorious, compromise on slavery, the three-fifths clause, moved state after state to voluntarily abolish slavery even before the Civil War.

3. Flawed white American males made the Constitution reflect and exceed Western civics and Christian values – the values of equality among men, and between men and women, that were clearly a step ahead of the rest of the world, where men were not viewed as equals, and where women were property, as proven by the practice of polygamy all over the world, which the West abandoned in the 5th century.

4. With the Civil War, flawed white American males established the only time in human history when enslavers fought among themselves to free their slaves. The West, and America, led the world in the evolution away from the universal practice of slavery, broadening emancipation until all slavery was finally prohibited. Slavery is still practiced in Africa and the Middle East.

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