William Tecumseh Stalin on Multiculturalism


From: Bernhard1848@att.net


This quote below recalls the incident (east of Macon, Georgia in late 1864 if memory serves) when Sherman burnt the bridges his army passed over to thwart the black refugees following for food. He was no abolitionist in blue, nor a friend of the black man.


Bernhard Thuersam, Executive Director
Cape Fear Historical Institute
Post Office Box 328
Wilmington, NC 28402
www.CFHI.net


William Tecumseh Stalin on Multiculturalism:


"All the Congresses on earth can’t make the Negro anything else but what he is; he must be subject to the white man, or he must amalgamate or be destroyed. Two such races cannot live in harmony, save as master and slave. Mexico shows the result of general equality and amalgamation, and the Indians give a fair illustration of the fate of Negroes if they are released from the control of the whites."


General William T. Sherman, July, 1860.