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There's a lot of anti-American sentiment here for a video about the founding of America. Go be salty on your own time. I'm proud of the history and its heritage and my family got here only a few decades ago
When you think about it,the brits actually had a right to some money from the colonies as the British wasted men ,money, and ships,just to protect the colonies against the French .if I almost got killed protecting you,you would owe me something,wouldn’t you ?
A few fun facts I learned in Boston, if you're interested
1)The first shot fired at the Boston massacre was (probably) an accident. One of the British soldiers tripped in the chaos, causing his gun to fire. The other soldiers assumed their commander had given the order to fire, and began to shoot as well.
2) When the Sons of Liberty "disguised" themselves as Native Americans, it wasn't so the Native Americans would get blamed instead or anything. The costumes were meant to distract fro their identities, and nobody actually mistook them for Native Americans. It was like the robbers in Spider-Man: Homecoming. The disguise wasn't meant to be taken seriously. (That doesn't make it okay of course)
3) The name "Sons of Liberty" was originally used in a mocking way, but the Americans thought it sounded cool and embraced it.
A lot of hipster historians who believe the British were in the right argue that the Boston Massacre wasn't "that bad" because the sensationalist news coverage reported more people killed than actually were in the kerfuffle. The thing is, professional troops lining up and killing five civilians is *still pretty bad.* Regardless of what sort of chip on your shoulder you might have about the United States and its current affairs, this was absolutely a failure of the British.
It's also funny to watch these people turn around and say that some tea was worth declaring martial law and sending thousands of soldiers to occupy distant colonies. I guess revisionists think that tea is worth more than lives.
Soooo . . . this all started because the new colonies that Britain protected from the French, wouldn't step up when the cost of protecting their new homeland crippled Britain?? Uncool.
If they hadn't, you'd be Quebec right now and have school guillotinings instead of school shootings! (which are arguably easier to see coming and stop). Plus you'd be talking funny and using the metric system!
The American people were lucky enough to have great leaders like Washington, Benjamin Franklin etc. Their leadership made America achieve Independence early from the shit thieves looters british pigs as compared to Indian Subcontinent
Somebody might have already commented about this, but i will just say that Cristophor Columbus lived his entire life not realising that he never actually reached India so it doesn't make much sense that he is the one to tell the big news of discovering America to the king and queen
*Ever wondered why they don't tell you in school how much tax was being demanded by tyrannical Great Britain?*
For those interested in how much tax was being asked by King George III, on average it was 1 shilling (£0.05) per colonist, per year.
Average wage in the colonies was around £5 per year, so the tax works out to about 1% of earnings.
2.5 million colonists, yields an annual tax revenue of £125,000 per yr. War debt from 7 yrs war was £70,000,000. So to pay off the war debt would have taken 560 yrs.....without inflation..... Inflation rate in 1760 was 3.8%, which works out to £2.45 million. In other words, the money being asked by King George III would only pay about 5% of the interest on that loan.
Well now you know why they don't tell you. They'll make sure you know about the crippling taxes (??), with all their names, the dates they were passed, etc. In other words, dazzle you with waffle. Then later they'll go on to say - well actually it had nothing to do with taxes but lack of representation..... _The fact that they had no intention of ever paying back a dime no matter what, under any circumstances must just be coincidental._
History is written by the victors, so be careful not to step in the bull cr*p.
Remember, one day America could face takeover by a hostile government. So tyrannical that it could pay your all you medical costs for 7 years, nearly bankrupting themselves in the process. But then demand you pay 5% of the interest on that cost but not give you sufficient representation, at least not right away.
This is why you must never ever give up your guns, America.
Americans:Wait,they're chasing us! What should we do?
Captain:I have an idea. We could make one of our ships abandon ship,while they're ship just keeps on moving. If the British find it,they will think it's a ghost ship,and panic.
British:*find the ship. Oh,hell,it's a ghost ship!
So i came back from las vegas on the 4th of July when i had finished backpacking over America after an internship a few years back...I am an Indian British who came back from America to my home Britain....Britain who at one point had taken over India and what is now known as USA formerly the colonies....its a strange world.
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