Devil’s Punchbowl — An American Concentration Camp So Horrific It was Erased from History

“Like so much about the history of the United States, sadistic acts perpetrated by officials acting on behalf of the government have been criminally downplayed to lessen shame and facilitate collective memory loss.”

SIGH! Why am I not surprised???!!

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Source: Devil’s Punchbowl — An American Concentration Camp So Horrific It was Erased from History

March 4, 2017

thefreethoughtproject.com

Say the words concentration camps, and most will surmise the topic surrounds World War II and the Nazis; but the hard labor, constant threat of death, and barbarism these microcosmic hells presented weren’t unique to Adolf Hitler — in just one year, around 20,000 freed slaves perished in the Devil’s Punchbowl — in Natchez, Mississippi, U.S.A.

After the Civil War, a massive exodus of former slaves from Southern plantations trekked northward in hopes of reaching a location of true freedom; but embittered soldiers, resentful the people considered property were now free, had other plans.

One tiny town’s population mushroomed twelvefold from the influx, as researcher Paula Westbrook, who has extensively studied Devil’s Punchbowl, noted,

 

“When the slaves were released from the plantations during the occupation they overran…

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2 thoughts on “Devil’s Punchbowl — An American Concentration Camp So Horrific It was Erased from History

  1. This is absolutely beyond the end of enough! This amounts to a Holocaust, but no mention of it anywhere in the (HIS)story books. Of course, you see why! Whitey pink ass is just too benevolent to include in it, the foul, vicious, atrocious and brutal shit he does! For the love of !!!!

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