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Cuando los bebés negros eran usados como cebo para cazar cocodrilos en Florida

No se Rick, parece falso..

www.snopes.com/news/2017/06/09/black-children-alligator-bait/




Funny fact para #1: En sus orígenes, los demócratas eran pro-esclavitud y los republicanos anti. :roll:


the early Democratic Party stood for slavery, individual rights and state sovereignty and opposed banks and the abolition of slavery

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_United_States_Democratic_Party#Fo

The Republican Party emerged in 1854 to combat the Kansas–Nebraska Act and the expansion of slavery into American territories. The early Republican Party consisted of African-Americans, northern white Protestants, businessmen, professionals, factory workers, and farmers. The GOP was pro-business, and it supported banks, the gold standard, railroads and high tariffs; the party opposed the expansion of slavery. At its inception, Republican Party had almost no presence in the Southern United States; by 1858, however it had enlisted former Whigs and former Free Soil Democrats to form majorities in nearly every Northern state.

With the election of Abraham Lincoln (the first Republican President) in 1860, the Party's success in guiding the Union to victory in the American Civil War, and the Party's role in the abolition of slavery,

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_the_United_States_Republican_Party
#9 Que raro, Publico haciendo pasar un bulo como cierto a sus sus ingenuos lectores.
#9 No sé Rick, parece auténtico:

"It has been pretty well documented recently that, during slavery and into the 20th Century, black babies were used as alligator bait in North and Central Florida".
#18 Anda, pon la cita completa:

A 2014 article in the Miami New Times agreed that these claims are supported by good research:

It has been pretty well documented recently that, during slavery and into the 20th Century, black babies were used as alligator bait in North and Central Florida.

One of the most frequently cited sources for said documentation is the Jim Crow Museum at Ferris State University in Big Rapids, Michigan, which does, in fact, house artifacts (e.g., postcards, knickknacks, and product packaging, and the like) demonstrating how pervasive derogatory imagery of black people was in American popular culture right up through the mid-20th century.

Most of these ugly images (evidently regarded as humorous in their day) are variations of the scenes depicted in the vintage postcards below (courtesy of Wikimedia Commons):


Despite confirming the widespread dissemination of such grotesque representations of African Americans in the 19th and 20th centuries, however, the existence of these artifacts does not suffice to prove that black children were literally used as alligator bait in the South. Neither do press reports dating back to the time period when the practice was supposedly commonplace.
#18 no se Rick parece que no sabes leer o que te encanta esparcir mierda. Que no digo que no se hicieran barbaridades pero venga ya... que pegas un párrafo y te dejas la otra mitad donde queda claro que es mentira.


Despite confirming the widespread dissemination of such grotesque representations of African Americans in the 19th and 20th centuries, however, the existence of these artifacts does not suffice to prove that black children were literally used as alligator bait in the South. Neither do press reports dating back to the time period when the practice was supposedly commonplace.
#18 Usa el sentido común. Un cocodrilo sería atraído por cualquier animal, tener que cargar con bebés llorando por los pantanos no sería nada práctico.

Es claramente un fake.
#29 Pues yo uso rinocerontes cocainómanos como cebo... y no se acerca ni una lagartija, oye. Es extraño.
#9 Es lo que me ha venido a la cabeza inmediatamente, que el tema de la esclavitud no es lo que algunos se piensan.

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