"The 1619 Project"--
Corruption and "Fake News" from The New York Times,
a Communistic Entity working to Rewrite
History Books in the
United States of America


Victor Edward Swanson,

The Hologlobe Press

copyright c. 2020

February 12, 2020
(Version One)
(Draft version)


    On February 11, 2020, I tuned into The Mark Levin Show (which is a nationally syndicated radio show hosted by Mark R. Levin, who is associated with, for instance, the Landmark Legal Foundation).  At the beginning for the show and for much of the first hour of the program, Mark R. Levin talked once again about "The 1619 Project," which, in essence, The New York Times (particularly The New York Times Magazine) began to promote in August 2019, when it was reported that "The 1619 Project" was going to be used to used to pass along, for one, unreported history of the United States of America--especially in relation to slavery.  Yes, a communistic entity--The New York Times--which is known for spreading lies and misinformation, especially about non-socialists and non-communists, was going to work to lead the way in presenting American history to the country.  The first push of "The 1619 Project"  began in August 2019, and a few weeks after it became public knowledge, I wrote about "The 1619 Project" in Television History and Trivia #185.
    The following paragraph is the material that was originally posted on the Internet on September 10, 2020, as a portion of Televisioin History and Trivia #185 (or T.H.A.T. #185):
    Fake news or pseudo news are commonplace in the United States of America, which was founded in 1776, as good people know.  Hold it!  Did you catch the super-big fake news or pseudo news that, in essence, showed up in late August 2019, especially on Sunday, August 18, 2019?  That super-big fake news or pseudo news came from the so-called greatest newspaper in the United States of America, though good persons know that that is a lie.  The newspaper was and is The New York Times.  On August 18, 2019, for example, The New York Times published the first bunch of what I call nonsense essays tied to what is called "The 1916 Project."  On August 19, 2019, I came across a web page tied to The New York Times and "The 1916 Project" that began with this information--"The 1619 Project is a major initiative from The New York Times observing the 400th anniversary of the beginning of American slavery.  It aims to reframe the country's history, understanding 1619 as our true founding, and placing the consequences of slavery and the contributions of black Americans at the very center of the story we tell ourselves about who we are.".  Right there, a good and smart person knows that the statement is idiocy and rotten.  By the way, when a person or an entity puts forth some thought that is so wrong that it goes beyond all bounds of truth, anything else that the person or the entity has to say can be thrown away and the person or entity can be discounted and thrown away.  Instrumental in pushing through "The 1619 Project" into the public square is a black woman known as Nikole Hannah-Jones, who, for instance, got to sell "The 1619 Project" as good and worthwhile on PBS NewsHour Weekend with host Hari Sreenivasan on Sunday, August 18, 2019, and both Nikole Hannah-Jones and Hari Sreenivasan sold crap on that day.  This statement was in a newspaper article in The New York Times on Sunday, August 18, 2019, in relation to "The 1619 Project"--"...Conveniently left out of our founding mythology is the fact that one of the primary reasons the colonists decided to declare their independence from Britain was because they wanted to protect the institution of slavery....".  A good and smart person is well aware that that statement in The New York Times means that nothing else written about in the article in The New York Times should even be considered--The basis of the entire "1619 Project" is highly flawed.  On August 20, 2019, Erick Erickson showed up the nonsense of the article in The New York Times in an article entitled "Another Egregious Factual Error in the New York Times' 1619 Project" (Erickson, Erick.  "Another Egregious Factual Error in the New York Times' 1619 Project."  The Resurgent, 20 August 2019.), and he noted that, in 1771 and 1774, the government in Massachusetts voted to abolish slavery, but the British government--which was in control of Massachusetts then--vetoed the both votes, and he noted that, in 1774, the Continental Congress pledged to end slavery.  In essence, for decades and decades, students have been taught--rightly--in schools that the sentence in The New York Times is defective, and yet The New York Times is supporting as good the theme of "The 1619 Project," even siding with the idea that the founding of the United States of America is really tied to 1619, when the first slaves were delivered by boat to Virginia--when no United States of America existed and when British, French, and Spanish, in essence, had claims to land on the North American continent.  A smart and good person can see that "The 1619 Project" is probably another attempt to support that issue that "whites" who live today should be required to pay money to the "blacks" of today--"reparations"--for slavery on the North American continent, the roots of which go back 400 years or so.  That is garbage!  That shows the sickness in the minds of the people at The New York Times, who are enemies of good and smart people.  And a good and smart person might even deduce that "The 1619 Project" is being pushed forth as something that can be taught regularly through "Common Core"--federal government mandated teachings for the entire country--in public schools.  By the way, in August 2019, the governor of Illinois--J.B. Pritzker--signed a bill into law that noted that, starting on July 1, 2020, public schools in Illinois must teach "LGBTQ history."  That means more shit is going to be pushed into the minds of children (displacing more important topics, such as proper history about the founding of the country), as dictated by communists and socialists and other rotten people, and it shows why a centralized federal-government-controlled education system leads to crap and can lead to crap and stupid citizens.  If you come across someone on television selling the themes of "The 1619 Project" as good and useful and wonderful, you are seeing a rotten person, and that rotten person you must hate and you must teach children to hate.  Such someone is a society killer!  [Note: Did you notice how the people of "The 1619 Project" want to "reframe" history?  To me, that means they are going to rewrite history.  A good and smart person understands such people are going to work to fake history for the history books.  And that is the way of communists, like the rulers of China and Russia and the Soviet Union, who changed history books to suit their purposes in their countries.]
    On February 11, 2020, Mark R. Levin through his nationally syndicated radio show reported how the themes and teachings of "The 1619 Project" were showing up in public schools around the country (though, as I had pointed out in my material of September 10.2019, the teachings and themes are filled with misinformation and lies and crap).  Mark R. Levin's discussion about "The 1619 Project" led to my seeing his website on the following day to see what article and articles that he had used (looking up the show recap for February 11, 2020).  The recap list for the day had two articles listed, and one article was "Twelve Scholars Critique The 1619 Project and The New York Times Magazine Editor Responds" ("Twelve Scholars Critique The 1619 Project and The New York Times Magazine Editor Responds."  History News Network, 26 January 2020.), and the other article was "To Fight The 1619 Project's Lies, Take This Free U.S. History Class"   (Skurk, Krystina.  "To Fight The 1619 Project's Lies, Take This Free U.S. History Class"  thefederalist.com, 11, February 2020.).  The two articles are articles that you should see, such as by doing a "google search" that uses the full titles of the articles (one at a time) as search terms.
    Overall, based on my material in on this document (and in T.H.A.T. #185) and based on the information of the two articles that are presented to you in the previous paragraph of this document, you should be able to determine that those pushing the material of "The 1619 Project" are bad people and that their work has to be beaten down!
    You are strongly urged to see whether or not themes of "The 1619 Project" are being adopted in the schools in which their children attend.  I also report that you should be aware whether or not the information is being passed along in local schools, even if you do not have children in the schools, since what is being taught can affect you adversely--if children learn the nonsense, they can be agents of change for the worse for the country, working to promote the values of communism and socialism and such into everyday life.  And you are also urged to do research about "The 1619 Project" that goes beyond what this document contains.


    Note: On the Internet, this document is known was: www.hologlobepress.com/1619.htm.
    Note: This document was first posted on the Internet on February 12, 2020 (but a portion was first used in Television History and Trivia #185 of September 10, 2019, which can be reached by using this T.H.A.T. #185 link.

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