What Really Happened at the BOSTON TEA PARTY?

On December 16, 1773, 150 angry white American colonists dressed up like Mohawk Indians, blackened their faces with burnt cork, and threw more than 15 tons of British tea into the Boston Harbor. They dressed this way to trick the British army into believing that the Indians and Blacks had committed this outrageous crime against the king. Such fabrications were a common practice in American history and “justified” MANY Indian slaughters and Black lynchings.

This so-called Boston Tea Party represents the first of many FALSE FLAG operations in American history. Back in 1773, the British clergyman Dr. Samuel Johnson asked the obvious question: “How is it that we hear the loudest yelps for liberty among the drivers of Negroes?” He was speaking—accurately—of America’s Tea Partying founding fathers.



Historians try to say that they dressed as Indians to channel the bravery of these nobel warriors, but this is nonsense. The Declaration of Independence shows in its very text that one of the complaints they had against the King was that

 “He has excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and has endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of our frontiers, the merciless Indian Savages whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.”

They were DECEPTIVE, racist, and genocidal from their very beginning!

Today, Whites can hold all the “tea parties” they’d like, but free-thinking Blacks must RE-think their role in this history. The fact is that Blacks would be FAR better off today had they joined the British AGAINST the tea-partying colonists. George Washington and his rebels stated plainly that under their new rulership Blacks would remain slaves forever—and this is one promise these politicians of ALL political parties intended to keep! The British, on the other hand, offered Blacks land and a FORM of freedom, if they fought for the Crown against the colonists. Hearing of this offer, at least 17 of Washington’s own Black captives (he had at least 216) escaped to join the British in 1781. These 17 Black Africans are the TRUE heroes of the American Revolution.

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