Sunday, August 12, 2012

The Worst President was the Brain-Damaged Syphilitic Homosexual Abraham Lincoln

In my opinion Lincoln was the worst President. He started an unnecessary war that had some 620,000 casualties - more than the rest of the U.S.'s wars combined (contrary to the Conventional Wisdom, the war was about money, not getting rid of slavery).

Today, that number of casualties would equal about five million people.

If Lincoln ran today, he couldn't even gain the nomination. He was far too ugly, for one thing. Another is that he was brain-damaged, and that damage attributed to his unattractiveness.

Lincoln suffered a serious injury of the brain when he was kicked in the face by a horse. He ended up with a lop-sided face with a drifting eye. He was but ten years old when kicked. He was unconscious all night and received no treatment (but then, in those days, what treatment was available?).

Lincoln's left frontal lobe would have been damaged. To simplify things, this injury accounts for Lincoln's lifelong bouts with depression. A depressed man should not be President. Depressed people cannot think clearly, and the evidence is that Lincoln couldn't.

He had a lot of other serious medical conditions. He contracted malaria, smallpox - and syphilis (Lincoln told his law partner, William Herndon, that he had syphilis). He may have had Marfan Syndrome and possibly multiple endocrine neoplasia.

There is substantial evidence Lincoln was homosexual. He had a long-term relationship with Joshua Speed, with whom he shared a bed for many years. In fact he lived with Speed for four years. His relationships were women were "problematic" and one relation said, "he never had much interest in the girls."

Carl Sandburg who wrote a biography of Lincoln, said that Lincoln had "a streak of lavender, and spots soft as May violets." "Streak of lavender" was slang in that time for an effeminate man, and later connoted homosexuality.

None of this absolutely proves Lincoln was homosexual, but it's clear Lincoln was a strange man, probably the strangest President ever. Brain-damaged, syphilitic, homosexual? And started a war that today would have killed and wounded about five million Americans? Were all of these disorders connected?

If I ever had any respect for historians I lost it years ago. They don't tell the truth about terrible Presidents - Lincoln, Wilson, FDR. In fact historians claim they were great Presidents. They weren't. They were catastrophes.

How many people know Lincoln was a corporate lawyer, one who believed in protectionist tariffs, corporate welfare, central banking, the creation of a giant political patronage machine, and the pursuit of an empire that would rival the British empire? And when he gained political power pretty much suspended all of the Constitution?

Those who control perception control history. Even today Lincoln has his defenders (mostly the verminous traitors known as neocons). Fortunately some people see Lincoln for what he was - and what he was wasn't admirable.

9 comments:

SirStanley said...

I've been enjoying you blog, but I have noticed a trend in a few of your posts.

Do you have something against homosexuals? I read a lot of Manosphere stuff, and the ones I enjoy reading (the real Alphas) actually defend homosexuals when a "lost boy" as you call it tries to put them down. If you do have something against them, may I ask why?

Anonymous said...

Why on earth do you think he started a war we did not need? The south was leaving. "United we stand divided we fall" Thank God we are still The United States- one nation. Thank you President Lincoln. I live in the south and love it but this great war was meant to be.

Bob Wallace said...

The Constitution, about which you clearly no nothing, gives states the right to leave.

Having said that, I don't believe a thing you said.

Anonymous said...

Are you that much of a moron? Started a war that wasn't necessary? How about the south that was seceding. The end to slavery which is why the south wanted to seceded in the first place? Are you advocating slavery? Furthermore, there have been many presidents who have been depressed. I think you would be depressed too if you lost your only son and your wife was a basket case. Your blog holds absolutely no merit and is nothing but pomp and circumstance. Shame on you!

Anonymous said...

You clearly don't know the Constitution either.

Bob Wallace said...

The Constitution gives the states the right to leave, or dissolves the federal government. Look it up.

Anonymous said...

Lincoln or his real name, Enloe, did start an unnecessary war. He ordered tariffs on Southern agriculture exports and the quartering of Federal troops on Southern soil. His great emancipation accomplished nothing. Read it and you will find that it addresses only the "states in rebellion" over which he had no authority since they were not part of the Union. It left untouched the Northern states that had slaves. Furthermore, it was an executive order that exceeded the power of the executive office. Slavery would not be ended until the passage of the 13th Amendment to the Constitution. The Emancipation was a direct shot as Lincoln's homosexual lover who had left him and gone back to his family home in Kentucky, which was a plantation with slaves.

theskokiegal said...

Mary Todd Lincoln would not agree

Bob Wallace said...

Mary Todd Lincoln went insane from the syphilis that Lincoln her and ended up in an insane asylum.