How the daughter of the most brutal slave empire in history gaslit America

Authors note; As always follow the links and research on your own, believing random dudes on the internet is how we got here. Nothing in this should be taken as a reason to in any way hate any group. Racism is bad for you. My purpose here is to set the record straight and present the actual undisputed, but little known facts. Prejudice and Judgement are two different things. 

“Who controls the past controls the future. Who controls the present controls the past.”

George Orwell

  Recent years have seen the rise of Somali politicians in North America. The two most prominent examples being Ahmed Hussein, (Axmed Xuseen) Canadian Minister of Immigration during the first Trudeau government, and Ilhan Abdullahi Omar first term US congresswoman and famously leader of the progressive “squad”.

  Both Xuseen and Ohmar have similar backstories. They were welcomed by Canada and the US respectively as refugees. Both were supported by generous social systems in their first years in their nations that saved them. I say “saved them” because under the legal definition provided by the 1951 Refugee Convention, to be considered refugees they could not have returned to Somalia “owing to a well-founded fear of being persecuted for reasons of race, religion, nationality, membership of a particular social group, or political opinion.” So if they were legitimate refugees then de facto Canada and the United States saved them from brutal persecution. Both were given every opportunity to succeed, and succeed they did. Both received high-end educations not readily available to much of the population. Both were elected to high public office that incredibly few citizens can aspire to.

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  Both Axmed Xuseen and Ilhan Ohmar have shown their immense gratitude by using every opportunity, and the full weight and very real privilege of their offices, to denigrate both societies with a literally endless stream of cringe-inducing epithets. The vitriol with which they assault the people and societies who sponsored them is incredibly vicious in both cases. Every “white” American and Canadian are brutal racists. We have no culture, no history of any note. Our home countries are merely constructs of “white-colonial-settler” supremacy. The societies that provided them with an elite education and elected them to high office, are according to them, irredeemable and inherently racist to their cores. This message is blasted into the national conscience by seemingly unlimited access to the corporate media, the odious CBC, academia and the utter adulation of the economic elite “woke” classes. Their views are even being heralded in the British medical Journal, The Lancet as scientific fact. The piece shown below generally asserts that all evil in the world, from slavery to colonization, originates with “whiteness” which must be swept from the earth.

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Our Somali heroes/victims claim positions of moral authority due to the inherently superior non “white” culture that spawned them. Their history is not stained with the conquest and subjugation of  the “other” as is all “white” culture. They hold themselves literally incapable of being racist.

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They both site their adherence to Islam, the religion of peace, and thus cement their position as historical victims. Both like to lecture the inherently racist “white” citizens who elected them about the massive deficits in  their culture, and their desperate need to end “white superiority” and “whiteness” itself in a vaguely genocidal incitement. Any dissent is met with furious tirades, and legislation, criminilizing Islamophobia.

   What follows is a history both Ohmar and Axmed and the legions of the “woke” hoped you would never learn.  Through deliberate and sustained action, our education systems have been manipulated over generations to ensure we forget our history. We are taught only the very selective facts those in power wish us to know. The warping of our education system has been very successful. I have a college level education and have studied history all my life yet much of what this was unknown to me. This has been a long game. It has allowed these two individuals, and many others to perpetrate some of the most epic gas-lighting in human history.

    One culturally iconic feature of Somali culture and language neither Axmed Xuseen or Ilhan Ohmar have chosen to share with us putrid “whites” is the word “Jareer”.  Jareer is an ancient Somali term of racist derision for the Bantu peoples, and anyone else they feel is racially inferior. Millions of Bantu people were hunted and sold in open slave markets in the ports of Zeila and Mogadishu for at least a thousand years. The fact is that Somalis were beneficiaries of the brutal Islamic wars of conquest that carved out the Maghreb wiping out the indigenous cultures. This meant they also enslaved Oromo and Nilotic  people. Somalis had a much different impression of these groups. Their capture, treatment and duties of the two groups of slaves differed markedly, with Oromo favored because Oromo subjects were not viewed as racially jareer by their Somali captors. Both the use of the term Jareer and the deeply held, openly racist, views of the Somali population persist to this day.

   In the 700 years immediately before Europeans came to Africa, Somalia was one of the centers of the brutally colonial Islamic Caliphates.  The Somalis created an empire based on trading with the burgeoning Islamic world being carved out with the sword from the Indus Valley to Europe, killing millions between the rise of Muhammad and the beginning of the European Age of Empire.

Irfan Husain, Islamic scholar speaking about the muslim conquest of India that began around 1000 AD,  “Demons from the Past”

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“While historical events should be judged in the context of their times, it cannot be denied that even in that bloody period of history, no mercy was shown to the Hindus unfortunate enough to be in the path of either the Arab conquerors of Sindh and south Punjab, or the Central Asians who swept in from Afghanistan…The Muslim heroes who figure larger than life in our history books committed some dreadful crimes. Mahmud of Ghazni, Qutb-ud-Din Aibak, Balban, Mohammed bin Qasim, and Sultan Mohammad Tughlak, all have blood-stained hands that the passage of years has not cleansed..Seen through Hindu eyes, the Muslim invasion of their homeland was an unmitigated disaster.

“Their temples were razed, their idols smashed, their women raped, their men killed or taken slaves. When Mahmud of Ghazni entered Somnath on one of his annual raids, he slaughtered all 50,000 inhabitants. Aibak killed and enslaved hundreds of thousands. The list of horrors is long and painful. These conquerors justified their deeds by claiming it was their religious duty to smite non-believers. Cloaking themselves in the banner of Islam, they claimed they were fighting for their faith when, in reality, they were indulging in straightforward slaughter and pillage…”

Much of the lucrative merchandise the Somali Caliphs taxed were chained human beings. While Europeans were busy in their mud huts trying to stitch together the ruins of the Roman Empire, the Somali Caliphates were instrumental in the trafficking on some 12 million human beings. They then continued the practice for another 600 years after European contact, until the Italian colonial administration abolished slavery in Somalia at the turn of the 20th century. Somalia’s slaving empire had lasted over a thousand years.

I will rely on mostly African scholars where possible for historical and cultural contextual telling of this story in detail.

 We begin with Nat Amarteifio; historian, and former mayor of Accra, Ghana’s capital. Speaking about the origins of Slavery

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“There is a willful amnesia about the roles that we played in the slave trade……….The system already existed,” Amarteifio said. “The Europeans saw it. And thought: ‘Ah, we can try these people in our lands in the New World…..But Amarteifio says the Europeans weren’t going out and capturing Africans. They couldn’t — they got sick and died from illnesses like malaria. Some African ethnic groups went into business, warring with other groups so they could capture prisoners they sold as slaves to the Europeans. Amarteifio says they were organized and intentional about it.
“To pursue slavery successfully, you need a highly organized group because somebody has to go out there — somebody has to locate the victims; somebody has to lead an army there; somebody has to capture them, transport them to the selling centers; all the time, keeping an eye on them to make sure they don’t revolt,” he said. “And then sell them, and move on.”

Sandra E. Greene. Anbinder Professor of African History at Cornell University Speaking on the origins of African slavery.

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“Very few Americans know that slavery was common throughout the world as well as in Africa”, says Sandra E. Greene.
Greene’s research focuses on the history of slavery in West Africa, especially Ghana, where warring political communities in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries enslaved their enemies, and the impact can still be felt today. “Slavery in the United States ended in 1865,” says Greene, “but in West Africa it was not legally ended until 1875, and then it stretched on unofficially until almost World War I. Slavery continued because many people weren’t aware that it had ended, similar to what happened in Texas after the United States Civil War.”

Senegalese Anthropologist, Economist and Author; Tidiane N’Diaye spoke to  Silja Fröhlich at Deutsche Welle,  

“According to N’Diaye, slavery has existed in practically all civilizations. This was also the case in Africa before settlers came….In central East Africa, ethnic groups such as the Yao, Makua and Marava were fighting against each other and entire peoples within the continent traded with people they had captured through wars. Thus Arab Muslims encountered already existing structures, which facilitated the purchase of slaves for their purposes…

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..Back then, Arab Muslims in North and East Africa sold captured Africans to the Middle East. There, they worked as field workers, teachers or harem guards, which is why the castration of male slaves was common practice. Muslims, on the other hand, including African Muslims, were not allowed to be enslaved, according to Islamic legal views. Initially, the Arab Muslims in Eastern and Central Europe took white slaves to sell them to Arabia, ….But  the growing military power of Europe put an end to Islamic expansion and now that there was a shortage of slaves, Arab Muslims were looking massively to black Africa.”

The African Slave Trade to Asia and the Indian Ocean Islands,

In: African and Asian StudiesAuthor: Robert Collins,01 Jan 2006 Volume 5: Issue 3

Speaking about the ancient origins of African slavery;

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Unraveling Somalia: Race, Class, and the Legacy of Slavery

By Catherine Besteman, 1999, University of Pensylvania Press, On Somali Identity and racial prejudice.



Chairman, Turkish Studies Unit, U. of K., 2000-(Founding) Vice-Chancellor, University of Sharjah, U.A.E, March 1997-February 1998.President (Vice-Chancellor), University of Khartoum, 1985-1990. President, Omdurman Islamic University, 1984-1985. Deputy Vice-Chancellor, U. of K., 1983-1984.Dean, Faculty of Arts, U. of K. 1975-1979.Director, Sudan Research Unit, U. of K., 1965-1072.Visiting Professor at the Universities of London, Qatar, Mecca, Riyadh, Tripoli, Cairo, Ahmadu Bello, Mousil, Bergen and Aden

Sudan Notes and RecordsVol. 58 (1977), pp. 85-106

Speaking to the origins of Islamic Slavery

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Slavery and Slave Trades in the Indian Ocean and Arab Worlds: Global Connections and Disconnections…Straight, No Chaser: Slavery, Abolition,and the Modern Muslim Mind

Bernard K. Freamon,  Professor of Law Emeritus on the Faculty of Law, Seton Hall Law.‐ocean/freamon.pdf

Speaking about the denial toward its history of slavery in the Islamic world.

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Some general historical perspective on the Trans Saharan slave trade and the enslavement of Europeans. 8th and 9th century AD

“During the 8th and 9th centuries of the Fatimid Caliphate, most of the slaves were Europeans (called Saqaliba) captured along European coasts and during wars.[2] However, slaves were drawn from a wide variety of regions and included Mediterranean peoples, Persians, peoples from the Caucasus mountain regions (such as Georgia, Armenia and Circassia) and parts of Central Asia and Scandinavia, English, Dutch and Irish, Berbers from North Africa, and various other peoples of varied origins as well as those of African origins.
Toward the 18th and 19th centuries, the flow of Zanj (Bantu) slaves from East Africa increased with the rise of the Oman sultanate, which was based in Zanzibar. They came into direct trade conflict and competition with Portuguese and other Europeans along the Swahili coast.[3] The North African Barbary states carried on piracy against European shipping and enslaved thousands of European Christians. They earned revenues from the ransoms charged; in many cases in Britain, village churches and communities would raise money for such ransoms. The government did not ransom its citizens.”

Gwyn CampbellThe International Journal of African Historical StudiesVol. 22, No. 1 (1989), pp. 1-26Published by: Boston University African Studies Center

Speaking to the fact that the Islamic slave trade carried on without puase all during the period of the Atlantic slave trade and was in no way displaced by it. Here they are speaking about the early 19th century.

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An article pointing to some of the implications of the Islamic slave trade on African women.

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“While in the European “New W o r ld ”, the measure of a man’s stature was mapped out and calibrated on the physical dimensions of empire built upon the sinews of forced masculine labour, in the Islamic Orient wealth was a reflection of prestige, young girls the vessel of male h u b r is , the mats of male pleasure ground, the malleable material to be shaped to the master’s will.

Thus, women slaves in the Arab world were often turned into concubines living in harems, and rarely as wives, their children becoming free. A large number of male slaves and young boys were castrated and turned into eunuchs who kept watch over the harems. Castration was a particularly brutal operation with a survival rate of only 10%.”

“The combined effect of all these factors,” says Duncan Clarke, “was a steady demand for slaves throughout the Islamic world, which had cover story to be met from wars, raids or purchases along the borders with non-Islamic regions. Although some of these slaves came from Russia, the Balkans and central Asia, the continuing expansion of Islamic regimes in sub-Saharan Africa made black Africans, the major source.”

The Issaq genocide carried out by Somalia against its own people 1987 – 1989 

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The Issac Genocide was the systematic slaughter by the Somali state of Isaaq peoples of Northern Somalia by Said Barre. Estimates put the death toll between 50-200 thousand humans. Many by torture and extra judicial execution. The cities of Hargeisa and Burao were wiped off the map. The scale of destruction led to Hargeisa being known as the ‘Dresden of Africa”. The Ethiopian army also laid over 1 million landmines that the international community is still paying to remove. During the government campaign against the Isaaq in 1988 and 1989, numerous credible reports by the US and international media reported that Somalia had received shipments of chemical weapons from Libya. No one has ever been held to account for this.

Based on the totality of evidence collected in Somaliland and elsewhere both during and after his mission, the consultant firmly believes that the crime of genocide was conceived, planned and perpetrated by the Somali Government against the Isaaq people of northern Somalia between 1987 and 1989.[38]

United Nations investigator, Chris Mburu,

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Bruce Jentleson, former director of the Sanford School of Public Policy describes the massacre of Isaaq civilians as follows:
Government forces responded with “appalling savagery”, targeting the entire Isaaq civilian population with arrests, rape, mass executions, and indiscriminant shooting and bombing, Hundreds of thousands of Isaaq refugees fled for their lives across the Ethiopian border; government warplanes strafed them as they fled. As many as fifty thousand Somalis died and the city of Hargeisa was virtually levelled”

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Letter of Death  by General Mohammed Said Hersi Morgan, the son-in-law of dictator Siad Barre, a policy letter with the proposed “final solution” to Somalia’s “Isaaq problem”

A paper discussing the modern reality of Somalia for non Somali’s

 Mohamed A. Eno, Dean at St Clements University Somalia; Associate Professor of African Studies and Senior Faculty & Researcher in the English Department, ADNOC Technical Institute, UAE.

Mohamed H. Ingiriis ,Graduate student at Goldsmiths, University of London

Omar A. Eno ;Adjunct Professor of African History and Director of the African Migration and Development Research Program at Portland State University, Oregon, USA

Discrimination and Prejudice in the Nucleus of African Society: Empirical Evidence from Somalia

“The long silence of Somali studies toward what relates to prejudice, subjugation, and discrimination against the oppressed Bantu people in the country will be discussed before the conclusion finally wraps up the study with suggestions and recommendations for further research

During post-independence era and despite the repeated praise of the civilian regimes for democratic ideals, the Bantu Jareer (like the outcast groups) were not allowed to field their own candidate for parliament, not to think of cabinet post which was exclusively for Somalis . Often, bureaucratic barricades were used to shut them out at party nomination level. “The state and the SYL party feared that if a Jareer were fielded it would be difficult to defeat him in numerical terms; so they had to formulate strategies to deprive him at preliminary stages by every possible means,” comments Macallin Dhaayoow of Bandhowoow area of Xamar Jab Jab in Mogadishu.

Muuse Mocoow explains an episode which reveals how it was easier to scapegoat on a Bantu than any other person. “We have had situations in which we had to pay for crimes committed by others,” explains Muuse, a Bantu Jareer construction supervisor based in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. “My brother and my uncle were arrested for construction materials their boss had stolen from the construction project of his ministry in order to use it for the building of his personal house in Booli-Qaran. His high ranking police kin told him that if anyone could be implicated as the culprit, then he wouldn’t be taken to the National Security Court for stealing public property. Because as Bantu we did not have anyone to stand for our right, we became sacrificial lamb for the crime of every culprit from the ruling clans,” adds Muuse as he gets emotional with tears rolling down his face. “This is one of the reasons why many of us [Bantu] left Somalia because there are no Muslims. The law doesn’t protect us; the so-called revolution didn’t protect us; nothing protects us unless we are absent from the land. That is what we did.” Muuse concludes with these pitiful remarks: “We are here in Saudi Arabia, aged, and will probably die here. It is sad; but because of what has been happening in the country for the past 20 years, there is nothing to go back to.
They (Somalis) became much wilder beasts. No human can associate with them.” The account given by Xuseen Juma Shongole reveals an exemplary case of how even the state provided not only a leeway to expropriation of the property of members of the Bantu Jareer community, but actually practically participated in the looting of the fertile farms adjacent to the rivers. According to Xuseen:
We woke up one morning only to witness our livelihood including mature crops and thousands of fruit bearing trees bulldozed to the ground. There was a number of heavy machinery equipment because the government had decided to build a sugar factory in the neighborhood and saw it in its benefit to dislodge us from the area in order to establish an enormous sugarcane plantation to supply the factory. To add insult to injury, the staff of the project told us that we should stop ‘crying over land’ and be part of the ‘waged workforce’ that would be employed to work on our state-expropriated farms. That action told us that our livelihood was not important to the government and that the governor who was representing it was very cruel, arrogant and irresponsible.”
In order to contribute to the argument related to the theory of heterogeneity of the Somali people rather than the untenable, old concept of homogeneity, we intend to highlight a distinct community that has been and still is the victims of persecution, prejudice and discrimination under the veil of the concept of egalitarian Somalia. The group is the Bantu Jareer ethnic community which, related to its African origin, is “permanently removed from the social boundary of Somaliness ” (Kusow 2004:)

Modern Islamic Slavery

Africa is one of the few places on earth where slavery still persists. In fact African countries were some of the last to actually make the practice illegal. Muslims are once again trading Jareer slaves in open air markets in Tripoli, Libya

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“The footage released by CNN appears to show youths from Niger and other sub-Saharan countries being sold to buyers for about $400 (£300) at undisclosed locations in Libya…..These modern slavery practices must end and the African Union will use all the tools at its disposal,” Mr Conde said.”..

“Thirteen anti-slavery campaigners were sentenced for up to 15 years in prison in Mauritania last week, for their role in a protest aimed at denouncing the practice of slavery in the country. The government tribunal found members of the Initiative for the Resurgence of the Abolitionist Movement (IRA) guilty of various counts, including attacks against the government, armed assembly and membership of an unrecognized organization.
Mauritania is the world’s last country to abolish slavery, and the country didn’t make slavery a crime until 2007. The practice reportedly affects up to 20% of the country’s 3.5 million population (pdf, p. 258), most of them from the Haratin ethnic group

For centuries, the black Haratins have been caught in a cycle of servitude enforced by the …..descendants of Arab Berbers.


There Are 46 Million Slaves in the World — Here’s Where They’re Found

A chilling reminder from the Global Slavery Index.

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Somalia remains 6th on the Global Slavery Index

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An index measuring strength of response against slavery. Canada rates very high Somalia not so much.

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Somalia is a failed state. I will not engage in argument here about why it persists in being so since its independence.

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Somalia’s population has grown exponentially in the last 40 years despite having no viable economy or government. The country and the U.N. decry its lack of ability to support this level of population growth. Now while the countries of the west like Canada, which without immigration has a steady or declining population already, are exhorted to stop having children, yet no such admonition is given to the loyal followers of Islam.

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While there is still slavery practiced by Somalis it just doesn’t bring in the big bucks like it used to. Many enterprising Somalis have turned to piracy on the high seas. Success has been mixed thanks in part to the Royal Canadian Navy.

They have thus far been unable to base their economy on piracy in the same way as slavery and it has made the country less than attractive as a port.

Somalis have also become enthusiastic about once again subjugating their African neighbors to Islam and one imagines this is providing some limited employment. This should be viewed as part of an unbroken thirteen cenutry push to impose the will of Alaah on their fellow human by any means.

From a BBC report

“It emerged as the radical youth wing of Somalia’s now-defunct Union of Islamic Courts, which controlled Mogadishu in 2006, before being forced out by Ethiopian forces.

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There are numerous reports of foreign jihadists going to Somalia to help al-Shabab, from neighboring countries, as well as the US and Europe.  It is banned as a terrorist group by both the US and the UK and is believed to have between 7,000 and 9,000 fighters.  Al-Shabab advocates the Saudi-inspired Wahhabi version of Islam, while most Somalis are Sufis. 

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It has imposed a strict version of Sharia in areas under its control, including stoning to death women accused of adultery and amputating the hands of thieves.”

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Al Shabab executed the passengers of a bus

 Al-Shabab’ Somali Jihadists have been welcomed 2020 with lots of Jihad

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NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — At least two people were killed and more than 20 others wounded when a suicide car bomber targeted a construction site along a highway outside Somalia’s capital, police said Saturday. Six Turkish nationals were among the wounded, with two in serious condition, Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said. The Turkish construction workers appeared to be the bomber’s target, Somali police Col. Abdi Abdullahi said. Most of the casualties were police officers providing security for the Turkish workers constructing a highway between the capital, Mogadishu, and the agricultural town of Afgoye, 30 kilometers (18 miles) north of the city. The al-Qaida-linked al-Shabab extremist group, based in Somalia, claimed responsibility for the attack, according to the the group’s radio arm, Andalus. Al-Shabab often carries out such attacks in and near Mogadishu. Turkey has invested heavily in Somalia, with technical and development assistance exceeding $1 billion, according to the Turkish government. Turkish companies run the international airport and seaport in Mogadishu, and in 2016 the Turkish president inaugurated Turkey’s largest embassy complex in the world there.”

NPR, December 28, 2019…A truck bomb in Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu, killed at least 79 people today. More than 100 were injured. It was the worst attack in the city in two years, and the country’s president has placed the blame on the Islamist group al-Shabab”

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Critical Threats Project 2019 assesment of Al-Shabab capabilities and intentions

“Al Shabaab holds territory surrounding the capital, Mogadishu, from which it coordinates complex attacks targeting the Somali Federal Government.[5] Increased counterterrorism pressure may have reduced the overall volume of attacks in Mogadishu, but the city is not yet secure.[6] Key al Shabaab sanctuaries persist in central Somalia, especially in Lower and Middle Shabelle regions, and in southern Somalia in Bay, Gedo, and Middle and Lower Jubba regions. Al Shabaab is able to project force from Somalia and safe havens along the eastern border with Kenya to attack Kenyan security forces and soft targets in Kenya’s Mandera, Wajir, Garissa, and Lamu counties.”


    In closing I would set straight a couple of facts about Canada and slavery.

      Slavery has been part of all human cultures. It is in the earliest records we have. Europeans were the first Empire in human history to have abolished it. Canada as a Nation State responsible for our own affairs was formed in 1887. Slavery was abolished throughout the British Empire in 1833. No human being has ever legally been brought into Canada as the possession of another human being. In fact the colony of lower Canada, now Ontario, and its Canadian political class with the avid support of its citizens were at the forefront of the abolitionist movement. In 1793 the Act to abolish slavery was passed in the Upper Canada legislature

John Graves Simcoe, Lieutenant Governor of the colony, had been a supporter of abolition before coming to Upper Canada; as a British Member of Parliament, he had described slavery as an offence against Christianity.[2][3] By 1792 the slave population in Upper Canada was not large. However, when compared with the number of free settlers, the number was not insignificant. In York (the present-day city of Toronto) there were 15 African-Canadians living, while in Quebec some 1000 slaves could be found. Furthermore, by the time the Act Against Slavery would be ratified, the number of slaves residing in Upper Canada had been significantly increased by the arrival of Loyalists refugees from the south who brought with them servants and slaves.[4]


At the inaugural meeting of the Executive Council of Upper Canada in March 1793, Simcoe heard from a witness the story of Chloe Cooley, a female slave who had been violently removed from Canada for sale in the United States. Simcoe’s desire to abolish slavery in Upper Canada was resisted by members of the Legislative Assembly who owned slaves, and therefore the resulting act was a compromise.[2] The bulk of the text is due to John White, the Attorney General of the day. Of the 16 members of the assembly, at least six owned slaves.[5]

The law, titled An Act to Prevent the further Introduction of Slaves and to limit the Term of Contracts for Servitude within this Province, stated that while all slaves in the province would remain enslaved until death, no new slaves could be brought into Upper Canada, and children born to female slaves after passage of the act would be freed at the age of 25.[6]

This law made Upper Canada “the first British colony to abolish slavery”.[5][7] The Act remained in force until 1833 when the British Parliament‘s Slavery Abolition Act abolished slavery in most parts of the British Empire.

Chief Justice of Upper Canada William Osgoode followed up 10 years later

“In 1803, Chief Justice William Osgoode placed on the law books the ruling that slavery was inconsistent with British law. Although this did not legally abolish slavery, 300 slaves were set free in Lower Canada (the future Quebec). Citizens who wanted to bargain in the slave trade had no protection from the courts. The decline of slavery took place in Upper Canada as well. The short growing season and cost of feeding and clothing slaves, along with abolitionist sentiment stirred by Simcoe, caused more and more slaves to be set free. Future lieutenant governors of Upper Canada, like Sir Peregrine Maitland, continued the humanitarian spirit of Simcoe and offered Black veterans grants of land. The desire to stamp out slavery in Upper and Lower Canada was so strong that an application from Washington, D.C. to allow American slave owners to follow fugitive slaves into British Territory was flatly denied. Judges who favored abolition were handing down more and more decisions against slave owners; as a result, when the British Imperial Act of 1833 abolished slavery throughout the British Empire, very few slaves remained in Upper and Lower Canada.

The decades after 1833 saw an increase in abolitionist sympathizers as the fugitive enslaved increased in number and found freedom in Canada. Anti-Slavery Societies also increased. George Brown, founder of the “Globe and Mail” newspaper, and Oliver Mowat, a future premier of the province of Ontario, joined the Toronto Anti-Slavery Society. At the first large and enthusiastic meeting at City Hall, it was resolved that “Slavery is an outrage to the laws of humanity and its continued practice demands the best exertions for its extinction.” The Society further declared that they would raise money to house, feed, and clothe the destitute travelers. Weeks and months spent making their way to freedom took a toll on the bodies and minds of the enslaved. Many died along the way. Still, thirty thousand (a conservative estimate) reached Canada between 1800 and 1860 according to the Anti-Slavery Society. Often upon reaching freedom, former slaves would kneel down, kiss the ground, and thank the good Lord that they were free, and then they would build churches for their spiritual growth and development, as well as that of future generations.”

    By way of comparison Somali Sultan Yusuf Mahamud Ibrahim (1798 – 1848), the third Sultan of the House of Gobroon ruled Somalia. He was victorious during the Bardheere Jihad, which ended with the Baardheere Jamaaca being destroyed and the city of Baardheere being burnt to the ground. Somalia during his entire reign was shipping hundreds of thousands of chained Jareer Bantu slaves all over the Muslim world leaving the Sultan counting his gold.

 Somalia remains today a dystopian failed state desoite sustained efforts of the African Union and International actors. Its failure is driven by deeply ingrained racism and clan rivalry. Somalia’s disintegration was not caused by its brief European colonial period. Unless you want to argue that ending slavery was the sole cause of its downfall. Somalia’s current state and any hope for its future lies soley in the hands of Somali’s. I truly do wish them the best.

   The truth is that neither Axmed Xuseen and Illhan Ohmar, nor the brutal xenophobic Somali society they originate from have anything to teach anyone about tolerance or morality. Anything they know about pluralistic society they learned here in North America.

   Axmed and Ilhan have been working a very deft con on all of us. They are not the descendants of slaves, they are descended from some of the most brutal slavers the world has ever known. Somalis are not in any way the victims of history.  Somalis are among its most stubbornly unrepentant perpetrators.

William Ray

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  1. Once again wanted to say thank you for taking the time to write these. It’s important information and I hope it reaches many people. Our good-naturedness as Canadians is being preyed upon and turned against us.


  2. I know that this will be pulled like any other of my comments (I leave most posts that I see here alone, even if I disagree with the logic or what from my perspective is the lack thereof), but this one I gotta at least make the deletion of my perspective be a deliberated act.

    As near as I can tell, this is a massively detailed listing off of atrocities and evils utilized in a most impressive tu quo or “whataboutism”, with the intention of creating a genetic fallacy against two politicians, without ANY specifically corroborative proof or data to make a connection between the country of their origin and the actions and mores otherwise described.


    The premise is, Somali = Evil.

    Seriously, all evidence is that the writer USED to be someone with integrity, standing up against the real excesses of the system and injustices.

    How the hell does someone’s grasp on truth and the rigorous falsification of assertions that journalism and integral reporting demand, start to slip like that?

    I really would LOVE to know, so that I can (hopefully) avoid it.

    The only question that idly crosses my mind about it all is whether this is a case of psychological projection, which would be a cause for sorrow at someone lost in one of the most hazardous of traps that can befall a warrior’s psyche; or the far more harrowing possibility that the logical and rhetorical slips are consciously chosen as “necessary” to stoking a conflict that only benefits the insane and the Accelerationists?

    I actually pray that I never know, unfortunately the damage being done propagates without end and is not easily damped, that is the nature of those who give of themselves willing to the natural force that is the devouring inevitability and become Entropy’s servants.

    Such hatred, and such abandonment to blood soaked reasoning…


    1. Wow the dissonance is strong in this one. So you start off by bitching about posts being deleted that you then assert you never sent? So both these Somali politicians , as I state clearly and repeatedly in the piece , have made assertions of racism in the west, called for the destruction of our political system and eroded our sovereignty. The article contains ample proofs of the assertion that they come from a literally structurally racist society that has recently committed genocide. This sounds like very very long winded way of saying …Nuh uh.


      1. Glad you decided to engage.

        You deleted my two earliest posts, one about the actual, TRIVIAL nature of white privilege that only becomes an issue when amplified by those with and agenda, or denied all together; another regarding the poor credibility of a climate change “skeptic” that you were flogging despite numerous public errors in his data and conclusion sets, and ties to the fossil fuel industries in excess of what could be considered simple professional engagements without paid partisanship being a factor in his assertions.

        In this case (the Somali born politicos) it is incumbent upon any vociferous critics of them to actually take the high ground in doing so.

        Unfortunately, racism was a strong streak in the foundation of the colonial nations of the Americas, the early American economy was propped up on the backs of kidnapped Africans, and as with blood money it does not matter whose hands they passed through on the way to the cotton fields, they were humans turned by legal fiction into objects.

        While Canada’s interaction with the slave trade was not so excessive, there was a signficant early per capita rate of ownership of human slaves, largely indigenes purchased from indigenes, but again that does not excuse the culpability of those who own humans as property. The lens of time gives people the leeway of time, but that changes not the fact of the deeds.

        Despite the credit of the underground railroad, the treatment of the native inhabitants of the territory called as ‘Canada’ was, and remains abyssmal and in the modern day glossed over as it may be with a veneer of civility, it is actually even more repugnant than the historical designation of the First Peoples’ of these lands as “unpersons”: at least the contempt was open and not obfuscated with pretty words of social and personal denial.

        The institutions geared towards the “assimilate or die” agenda of just over a century and a half, barely more than a long lived human lifetime, that were designed to do whatever needed to be done to extinguish Native land title rights as guaranteed by the Royal Proclamation of 1763 (which is the root document establishing the existence of the Crown west of the Appalachians, and was a conveniently forgotten motive behind the 13 colonies rebellion: chafing at being told to stop stealing land unless it was properly suckered out of the locals).

        The mere passage of time does NOT eradicate culpability when one is the beneficiary of unjust enrichment, yes we come from a f*cking savage past but that does not excuse the duty of the fortunate or integral to attempt to make right, perhaps not to the level of restoration (impossible simply by numbers of populace and the realities of the modern day), but to the level of acknowledging the damage done to entire cultures and the loss to the human dignity of all of us for having beaten over 600 distinct clan/tribe/nations down by stealing their children, and then not endeavouring to pick them up and brush them off.

        If ANY are to take pride in their heritage tracing back to the last bottleneck that marked the near extinction of the hominid lines that gave rise to the variety of adaptions still present, and the more diverse populations that folded back in on the last wave out of Africa some 40,000 BYA, then if they are not to be prissy little kitties pretending that they do not defecate like entitled brats of aristocratics with unearned title, then they must OWN their own deeds and those of their blood for three full generations.

        The remnant families of the plague that we brought so conveniently (the unspoken biological warfare that gets glossed over in most narratives) at least understood that much: THREE GENERATIONS of epigenetics, of blood memory, of eye contact within cohesive families; and by that means and by the unspoken communications as well as those overt deception dishonours the reality of those passed and shits on the integrity of the young.

        By your own account of familiy upon these lands, my own ancestry was planting their crops and doing their deeds of good or ill at least a full half century before yours arrived.

        Whatever, it is not my place to take credit of my own ancestor’s geographical coordinates, and it is far from me to speak ill of anothers, particularly on such weak basis.

        THAT SAID, to the best of my ability, I own my ancestors deeds, their strengths and weaknesses, because to do other is to strip them of their human nature, and worse than that it is to create space for me to shirk the one eternal duty that has been present for millennia: to ensure that in whatever way, however small or great, the path of generations to come is higher than that of one’s own, and at all costs the legacy of the past holds the greatest demands rather than sinking back into human preying on human.

        This applies whether to the ones whose remains shows their flesh flensed and meat carved from their bones, with teeth marks in amidst the gouges of stone knives, alongside the rapists and pillagers that form part of all of our backgrounds along with inherited potential; or the ones who without the crutch of printing press or steel looked at the world and developed knowledge of which bare scraps survived the ravages of organized self-important Empire builders who had to scour all traces of what they casually toppled so as not to have their precious cultural egos face them with the truth of what they actually were.

        The targets of your ire might actually be the loathsome blood hungry psychopaths that you seem to wish to colour them as, but that would be besides the point.

        Unless you are living in the convenient heuristic of assigning to the ethnic genetics of all of those whose lineages brought them to be born or dwell within the bounds of present day Somalia, you are painting a broad swath of people with a brush made solely of the worst of the history of that territory.

        By doing so, in the same way that the dark side of Canada’s (and the Wests) is so easily glossed over at the expense of Truth and the privilege of surmounting that legacy, you wipe away from all thought the countless people whose choices in the face of endemic brutality softened it, even if it were only a single nameless sacrifice for the sake of a child every century.

        You cast an entire goddamn nation, and all of those thrown into it and through it with a demon’s visage, abandoning all those who have had no malign expression to their nature and suffered at the hands of the degraded talking apes to be spat upon as the equivalents of their tormentors.

        That is akin to going back to the second of the Great Wars and suggesting widely that for expediency’s sake after the first fission bombs got a trial run in Japan, that it would save a great deal of effort to simply turn Germany into glass and thereby skip the need for f*cking Nuremberg and that inconvenient unpleasantness with Palestine and all of that, and such.

        This DOES NOT COMPUTE.

        When I first stumbled across this blog, I did my research, I watched your little movie (that I generally must approve of), and sifted through such of your biographic details as are easily found.

        What the f*ck happened to you?

        Again: What the f*ck happened to you?

        I do not recall you using the word specifically, but you most definitely claimed to yourself the role and vocation of “warrior”; by which I do not mean simply a soldier at arms (with respect to all who have been warfighters, regardless of creed) but a man of war fighting for defence and fighting to preserve something worthy of that fight.

        It is only by the respect that I hold to for veterans as just expressed that I do not throw words out now that you would likely shrug off at the moment, but would find digging deeper than you would like to admit is still vulnerable to such hurts.

        With the fortune of birth, circumstance, and a single moment’s choice I have not had the experience, but I know damn well how to find old wounds, chafe them open and piss in them after fasting to make my body eat it’s own meat to make the burn caustic.

        Do not f*cking doubt me on this count.

        I WILL suggest that part of you still lives someplace that should have been either left behind or else faced more thoroughly than unfortunately is easily managed by those left to their own devices to stumble into the rot in their culture that once was invisible to them.

        And the hell of that is what I like to call the Neitzchian Funhouse Hall of Mirrors, and it is NOT a nice place to be, and this day and year and decade and motherf*cking generation it’s doors are WIDE open and everyone gets a season pass good for infinite admittance.

        Guess what, Bucko? That DOESN”T come with a guarantee out, and there is NEVER a hint given that at any given time the ONLY other person in the entire goddamn place is a projected image of one’s own self. Bent, twisted, more f*cking ugly the more someone tries to pretend that they are somehow clean of all of the filth and raw bestiality that they desperately try to place on anyone but themselves.

        Wrong amusement for that, eh?

        AND THIS BIT IT HOPE YOU PAY ATTENTION TO, assuming you’ve made it through the forgoing venting:

        EVEN THOUGH there is only a single person at a time in the Funhouse, each to their own personal reflections, sometimes there might be a spectator or a handful watching from outside the one way panes along the walk, laughing or jeering or cheering the little drama inside.

        They are almost nothing, and if the occupant inside pays them any heed at all they are never going to figure out the trick of the place, and they eventually will fall among the distorted reflections or the shards of broken glass with their adornment of blood drops.

        At the same time, there are an infinite number of these little fucking psychic hellholes, and the noises made by the occupant of one are passed on through to the others, and the blended song of all the fucked up angry and scared and just plain f*cked up people gets rather loud at times.

        Right now is one of those times, in spades, possibly more so than even in unrecorded history, by sheer numbers if nothing else.

        And every voice added to the cacophony pushes it closer to being the only sound ANYONE gets to hear, ever and forever more. We have come far, but not that f*cking far and the ground is slick.

        All of those damned f*cking voices, and all of them lamenting the unfairness and wickedness that they see; all of them terrified of the worst possible fate that they can imagine, the one that brings them to wakefulness in the middle of the night, sweaty and possibly in a puddle of their own filth:

        The possibility that they might realize that they have been tormented by nothing at all, followed by the realization that if they let that awareness settle in, they will be more alone than they had ever imagined in a world filled with insane people gibbering at images, throwing themselves repeatedly through glass and grinding themselves into the debris, or just clutching themselves and rocking with soggy, smelly pants halfway to their ankles.

        They have the simplest of choices: choose the funhouse, the no cost option because they will know that it’ll just be an act, they can just be there putting on the show and no one will judge them for it. They won’t be bothered, there isn’t very many folk wandering around trying to pull people out of their amusements.

        In fact there are pretty well none.

        Or they can walk out of the funhouse, which isn’t hard because there is no such goddamn thing and never has been, and do what they can to offer people the IDEA that they can say “No” to the game.

        THAT is the choice to be ignored, sometimes spat upon or cursed at, to wear themselves down knowing damn well that they are not just fighting their reflections or anyone else’s, but they are fighting everyone, everything, and the laws of f*cking nature.

        Because order rises, and always falls to entropy, and the belief that death always leads to rebirth is a crock of sh*t.

        But on the offhand chance maybe not, then truth is the only thing worth carrying, because it’s a rare commodity and for most people it’s something they say they want or even have to share, but most of the time it’s the last thing anyone wants to touch.

        It takes a special kind of stupid to choose it, and there is never any applause for that choice.

        Hey, knucklehead, if I don’t have your comfortable contempt yet, along with the dismissal of “does this guy ever SHUT THE F*CK UP in real life?”, I got something to leave you with:

        I bet you could break me quick up close, that’s fair enough; my hobby is calling out neo-Nazi f*cks all over the net and as near as I can tell Accelerationists can recognize my face now, based on the one guy out of the several who were scouting out Vancouver in March. Folks don’t believe me but I know goddamn well when people are doing methodical reconnoitre and counting heads who are still out when most people are hiding uncertainly; and I feel DAMN safe saying that if COVID had turned out to be what people were terrified of and those cocks*ckers were sprouting wood about; well, Vancouver would have BURNED as a corollary to the action south of the border as they tried to fulfill their “Northwest Territorial Imperative”.

        There are pockets of them in the most surprising place and people don’t see them because they really don’t want to; reality isn’t very comforting.

        I will call those *ssholes out regardless and I actually fully expect to die with my teeth going through my face on a curb someday., That’s how shit goes.

        I’m nothing. My words are cheap, see how many I throw around?

        So it probably doesn’t matter that I have a clear statement to YOU, whoever the f*ck you are:

        I can see the signs, the trace is clear, and I don’t care about the details of your story.

        Truth used to matter to you, it mattered a lot, but you seem to have stumbled a bit.

        I can’t offer forgiveness for that, I have my own BS to cope with, and I am actually a sh*tty person by my own standards.

        But I can say that you used to be better than this, and maybe you could get somewhere close to that again.

        Or not.

        But if you keep on bullsh*tting yourself and letting that spill into other people’s worlds who are looking for the real deal, I hope that eventually every single word feels like p*ssing molten glass.

        Funny thing is, if there is any substance left to you at all, that is among your hopes too.

        Delete or insult, that is my word budget for more than a year for your blog, I don’t write this much for any of my own sites.

        It’s your stage.

        But be clear that it is OUR country, and I am at least as defensive of MY Canada as you are.

        Be VERY clear on that.


      2. Well firstly the fact that someone who holds your beliefs is so worried by my words that they would unleash that torrent is immensely satisfying. So its hard to respond to this in a coherent way. You argue diametrically different points of view without blinking. You contest my characterization of Somali’s then use the exact same narrative against your own people. Self hate is in no way related to enlightenment, but it is integral to Identity Politics. As for the tirade against me personally, I have not changed my views one inch. I believe in freedom, in the inherent equality of all. You are the one pushing a historically flawed and absolutely racist narrative. As to your closing. You go ahead and fight for your ideological set, you had better get ready to because for the damage already done the retribution will be stunning. So look to your arms my friend because the denouement of this little propaganda play you’ve been running is rapidly approaching. You advocate nothing but darkness behind you artless word salad. I look forward to the coming fight.
        Sic Semper Tyrannus


  3. No, you do not believe in freedom for all, you believe in your own filters.

    Your interpretation of my words speaks volumes, your reality is one of absolutes and dualities, keeping scores and accounting. You miss the details, but then again if you stopped and acknowledged them you might have to reconsider your own narrative.

    Yes, you look forward to the coming fight.

    Because without it, what would you be?

    You’ve built yourself one of the oldest of prisons, and you call it “Freedom” while insisting that you must fight for your Freedom.

    The one thing that you fear most, the very thing that you cannot imagine because it would mean the destruction of what you believe yourself to be, would be for there to be an outbreak of lasting peace without legitimate complaints to be made.

    Lacking grievance, you would be lost.

    Sorry buddy, “Freeing your mind” by freeing it of the necessity for self-evaluation and rigorous falsification testing of your own beliefs is not a noble course; and I would suggest that your assertion as to what follows what may be a reversal of the actuality of the path you insist upon.

    You cannot imagine being mistaken, and you could not bear actually winning the fight that you speak of, if that meant that there were no more enemies to seek outside of your own mind.

    The Truth behind why you would still be seeking for the attacker when there were none to be had is one that sadly I doubt you will ever be able to tolerate.

    I AM worried by your words, because you don’t bother to question them yourself, and clearly have no interest in fact checking at this point. If you looked too closely at the wrong pieces of the puzzle you’ve assembled, the entirety of the structure might suddenly vanish and leave you treading air like a hungry coyote too hung up on their obsession to realize that with their ACME credit rating they could just have ordered take out.

    I have no clue if it is even possible for someone where you are to find your way back again, if you were ever completely integrated to begin with.

    I can’t think of anything that I could write that might reach past what you hide behind, and I actually doubt that forcing you to move past your illusions would be a friendly thing anyways.

    Too bad.


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