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Sunday, May 08, 2005

Nickelodeon tells kids: Alamo fought for slavery

Nickelodeon tells kids: Alamo fought for slavery

Nickelodeon is fast becoming the NEW Propaganda Channel. Their latest move, re-writing history and feeding it to the kids.

The Battle at the Alamo was fought for Texas' Independence, as I understand. ( been a looooong time since I was in school), however Nick. is telling kids Davy Crockett, Jim Bowie and all the rest were actually fighting to defend slavery.

Just as the civil war history was re-written as a fight for/against slavery, that was only one small piece of the puzzle. I was taught the civil war was fought over disagreements of the federal vs states rights, and constitutional issues. The South seceeded.

Of course political correctness and propaganda is hard at work to re-write ALL history. Kids today are being taught that our founding fathers were radicals and rebels with emphasis being put on their faults and sins and comparing them to terrorists.

I was taught they were Heroes.

WND covered a similar story about disney also re-writing the story of the Alamo, where it portrayed Davey Crockett as a "frightened wanderer" who wanted to escape "over the wall" in the dark of night during the historic struggle, and Gen. Sam Houston as a "venereal-diseased drunkard" and Col. William Barret Travis, commander of Texan forces at the Alamo, as a "deadbeat dad and serial adulterer."

I guess we should have known this was coming when a few years ago Nickelodeon had a Nick News special that was Pro Homosexual, despite the fact that 130,000 people signed a petition against it.