Come back for round 2, did you? All right, this ought to be good.
Your reply was spoken like a true American Taliban.
Your words are a perverted mess, and your citation is biased garbage. I can tell from its tone that it was written by a bunch of people who don’t like non-white Americans anyway.
If you actually are interested in an intellectually rigorous analysis of the value of slavery, see:
“The amount of wealth tied up in slavery is never less than six trillion 2016 dollars and, at the time of Emancipation, was close to thirteen trillion 2016 dollars.”
Of course, nothing about you is intellectually rigorous.
Slavery generated best sums of money for the country, and if employees in 2019 (who are paid, get weekends off, and are protected by labor laws) don’t see themselves as doing God’s will, I can’t imagine that the often-abused slaves did either.
Of course the Native Americans were brutal to one another, but that doesn’t change the fact that the United States became a world superpower at the expense of millions of Native Americans’ lives.
You need to learn how to actually do real research and analyze your sources.
I learned how to do that in 10th grade, but you still lack the ability.
Of course, an American Taliban probably does not care to expand his knowledge.