Being Labeled an Uncle Tom is not bad! Don’t take it as such. Liberals think that they hurt you by calling you that but they don’t know what Uncle Tom in the book written by Harriet Beecher Stowe
The Progressives’ Attack on Christianity. What they’ll never tell you!! The most misunderstood term in American History. If you don’t want someone reading something, they are trying to control information. People do not read the original version of Uncle Tom’s Cabin anymore. Liberal schools and institutions have changed the story from it’s original version. Tom in the book was a preacher and his goal was to convert people to Jesus Christ. When he was giving his freedom, he stayed with his master until his master’s soul was saved.
The impact of Uncle Tom’s Cabin was tantamount to its popularity as the second best-selling book of the 19th century behind the Bible.
Published in 1852, it did indeed have great influence by giving a lifting wind to the abolitionist movement. However, prosperous plantation owners had some influence too, and banned by those same Democrats due to its anti-slavery themes.
Connecticut-born teacher Stowe wrote the novel as a response to the passage of the second Fugitive Slave Act in 1850 which declared that all runaway slaves be brought back to their masters. Abolitionists nicknamed it the “Bloodhound Law” for the dogs that were used to track down runaway slaves.
The novel has been the subject of attack from both sides of the political spectrum. Those on the conservative side object to the use of vulgar language while those on the left protest the use of the word “nigger”, as well as stereotyping the language and attitudes of blacks. In 1984, Uncle Tom’s Cabin was classified as “forbidden” in a Waukegan, Illinois school district for its language.
My hope is that after you watch this, you will be able to point Democrats/Liberals to this video and silence them and their dense thought process. Tom’s last words in the book was as follows as he spoke to the two individuals that whipped him almost to death:
“I’d be willing to bar’ all I have if it will only bring ye to Christ. Oh Lord, give me these two more souls I pray”
Notice Black Americans and their self-proclaimed leaders today wouldn’t call Frederick Douglas, Benjamin Banneker, or Harriet Tubman that name even though they helped free slaves through their lifetime work.