The United States of America – summary of the country’s history

We begin in 1750 in North America. It’s been 150 years since settlers from Western
Europe, mostly fleeing poverty, famine, or religious and political persecution, first
arrived on the continent. Their arrival came at the expense of millions of native Americans who lived there for thousands of years, mostly in tribes. On the East Coast, Great Britain has established
colonies inhabited by 1.5 million people. The northern regions depend mainly on fishing
and trade, while in the south, the climate is ideal for growing products such as tobacco, rice and cotton. Rich landowners – called the Planters – seize
vast territories that they exploit by buying slaves from Africa, via the triangular trade. Further west, the Appalachian mountains form
a natural boundary. Beyond it, is the vast French colony, which lives mainly off the fur trade. Tensions rise between the French and British
colonies. When the Seven Years’ War breaks out in Europe, Britain dominates and takes hold of New France. Native American tribes living there unite
to demand the departure of the British and the recognition of their own state. To calm the situation, the British government
hurriedly carves out an Indian reservation between the Appalachians, the Mississippi
River and the Great Lakes. This does not please the colonists who wanted to seize the opportunity to extend their territories to the west. In addition, war proves costly for Britain. The country expects its colonies to repay
part of its debts through new taxes, which further angers the settlers. In Boston, in protest of taxes on tea, colonists
disguised as Native Americans climb on board British East India Company ships and throw
out its tea cargo into the ocean. With the situation tense, representatives
from 12 colonies gather in Philadelphia to organize the First Continental Congress. They decide to boycott British goods. The following year, the War of Independence
breaks out, pitting the insurgents — also called the patriots — against the British
and its loyalists. On July 4, 1776, the Second Continental Congress proclaims the independence of the United States of America. France sees an opportunity to avenge its defeat
in the Seven Years’ War. Having invested heavily in its military fleet, the country has the means to compete with the Royal Navy. France allies with the patriots. Spain and the United Provinces of the Netherlands,
in turn, go to war against Great Britain. In 1783, the patriots prevail, forcing Britain
to recognize the independence of the country. The United States receives territories until
Mississippi, while Spain seizes Florida. This marks the first time a European colony
gains independence. The United States adopts a constitution based
on a strict separation of powers. The legislative power formed by Congress passes
laws and budgets, the judiciary with the Supreme Court upholds the constitution, and finally there is the executive power with the US president, the head of government. On the other hand, the 13 states retain sovereignty
with their own constitution and governor. It was decided to build the new capital, Washington,
along the Potomac River. In the West, each new territory with at least
60,000 free citizens would be allowed to form a new state equal to the others. Pioneers set off to relocate there, pushing back Amerindian tribes further west of the Mississippi River. In 1800, France obtained Louisiana from Spain
in exchange for the kingdom of Etruria. But it proves difficult to protect this vast,
far-away & relatively less known territory. Fearing the loss of Louisiana to the United
Kingdom in war, France decides to sell the region to the United States. Congress then funds expeditions to explore
and reach the Pacific Ocean. In Europe, France and the UK clash again. The United States first tries to remain neutral,
but following tensions with Britain, enters the war. It fails in a bid to invade the colony of
Canada, as a British maritime raid reaches Washington and burns the city. At the end of the war, the United States abandons
its ambitions in the north and focuses on the south where the Spanish Empire is in decline. A military incursion in Florida allows — after
negotiations — the annexation of the territory. In the West, Oregon is shared with the United
Kingdom. East of the Mississippi, five Amerindian tribes
are adapted to the settlers’ sedentary and agrarian lifestyle, but Congress nevertheless
decides to take over the land and pushes the natives to a reserve west of the Mississippi. Thousands die of exhaustion on the way. In Mexico, Texas, which is populated mainly by settlers from the United States, declares its independence. After a war, the Republic of Texas is created
and in 1845 is annexed to the United States. But as the border is poorly defined, both
countries are at war. The United States prevails and takes the opportunity
to annex New Mexico and California, where the discovery of gold causes a rush that attracts
hundreds of thousands of pioneers of all origins. With the land route proving dangerous, private funds are invested in the construction of a railway in Panama. The state of California is admitted, which
does not have slavery. Southern states are largely agrarian, and have slavery; while Northern states are industrial and abolitionist. Both sides wish to extend their model to the new western states, causing the gap between them to widen. In 1860, Abraham Lincoln, who is hostile to
slavery, is elected president of the country. In response, southern states secede from the
United States one by one and band together to proclaim the Confederate States of America. Then begins the Civil War which pits the Unionists
of the North against the Confederates of the South. The North sets up a maritime blockade on the
Atlantic coast, cutting out any potential support from Europe and blocking cotton exports. In 1865, the North prevails and takes the
opportunity to impose its policies. Slavery is abolished, and 3.5 million slaves
are freed. But African-Americans are now victims of segregation
and racism, especially through the emergence of Ku Klux Klan, a white supremacist organization. Many migrate to the North, while others move
to cities. The Russian Empire fears losing Alaska to
Britain, so chooses to sell the territory to the United States. To accelerate its conquest of the West, the government finances the construction of transcontinental railway lines. In the center of the country, the invention
of new machinery allows intensive agriculture. Vast plantations of wheat, corn and large
pastures are set up at the expense of the last 250,000 Amerindians who are kept on reserves. On the other hand, the rich soil allows rapid
development of industry. The old continent, Europe, now views the United
States as an El Dorado. Fleeing poverty and religious persecution,
many Southern and Eastern Europeans migrate to the United States where they work as cheap
labor. But the economic boom only benefits a minority. An elite group of industrialists grows rich
quickly by establishing monopolies in sectors such as steel, railways, oil and banks at
the expense of workers and peasants, including women and children working in harsh conditions. Strikes and protests erupt demanding better
conditions, but these are often met with violence by private militias or the National Guard. While European powers colonize a large part
of the world, the United States also looks to project its power on the international
scene. While annexing Hawaii in the middle of the
Pacific, the country turns to Cuba where there is a revolt against the Spanish. The United States supports Cuban independentists. After the mysterious explosion of a US Navy
ship in the port of Havana, war breaks out between Spain and the United States. The United States wins, obtains the independence of Cuba and seizes Puerto Rico, Guam and the Philippines. The country thus becomes a colonial power. In Colombia, a French company begins construction
of a canal that would connect the two oceans, greatly shortening the journey between the
US East and west Coast. The United States buys the project and then
intervenes to support the independence of Panama. In return, the new government of Panama offers
the United States a strip of land, which helps complete the construction of the canal, inaugurated in 1914. In Europe, World War I begins. With workers and peasants on the frontlines,
industry on the continent slows down. The US industry takes advantage of this and
— despite the country’s neutrality in the war — sells on credit ammunition, food, clothes
and automobiles to the Entente countries. In response, Germany tries to impose a maritime
blockade by sinking merchant ships in British waters. In 1917, a German telegram destined for Mexico
is intercepted, proposing a military alliance against the United States. This pushes the United States to go to war
on the side of the Entente, and 2 million soldiers are sent to European fronts. 116,000 soldiers lose their lives. After the victory of the Entente, Europe finds
itself indebted to the United States. The economy of the US prospers. In factories, improvements in the assembly
line cause production to skyrocket and decrease prices. The rise in purchasing power and credit results
in a boom for the sale of cars, all kinds of appliances, and bank shares. Hollywood becomes a major industry with global
influence. Thanks to the sale of radios, music genres
such as jazz become popular. In New York mainly, night clubs open, stimulating
the sale of alcohol. The more conservative government tries to
stem the phenomenon by voting for prohibition, forbidding the production, transport or sale
of alcohol. In response, thousands of speakeasies spring
up throughout the country. Mafia networks seize the market and get rich
quickly. Meanwhile, the South misses out on this wave
of prosperity. Falling prices for agricultural products plunge
the region into poverty. The Ku Klux Klan comes back into prominence, this time also targeting Catholics, Jews and immigrants in addition to African-Americans. The organization reaches 5 million members,
and is then banned after several lynching episodes. In 1929, the Wall Street Stock Market crash
takes place. The US economy collapses. In a few short years, a string of bankruptcies
of companies and banks pushes a quarter of the active population into unemployment. Prohibition is lifted, and steps are taken to try to revive the economy and improve working conditions. In Europe, World War II breaks out. The United States, although officially neutral,
prepares for war by reinstating military service. In addition, the country sells arms mainly
to the United Kingdom and the USSR. In the Pacific Ocean, in order to curb the
expansion of imperialist Japan allied to Nazi Germany, the United States imposes upon the
country an embargo on steel and oil. In response, Japan launches a surprise attack on Pearl Harbor, causing the United States to enter the war. The country secretly embarks upon a research
program to create the atomic bomb. In 1945, the Allies overcome Germany. The USSR and the United States then unite
against Japan. A ground invasion by the Soviets and the two
atomic bombs dropped by the United States on the cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki force
Japan to surrender. At the end of the war, the United States supports
the creation of the United Nations whose primary role is to maintain peace and security in
the world. Europe finds itself in ruins and is exhausted
by war. The United States and the USSR emerge as the
two great world powers. After World War II, the USSR and the United
States try and peddle their influence in Europe. The United States implements the Marshall
Plan, while the Soviet Union supports pro-communist governments in Eastern countries. The old continent is found divided by the
Iron Curtain. The USSR and the United States engage in a cold war — that is an arms race without direct confrontation. The US, largely spared the ravages of war
on its territory, has an industrial, economic and military advantage. Inside the country, federal officials sympathetic
to communist ideas are dismissed. Hollywood is also used to churn out anti-communist
propaganda. On the global arena, the country employs an
interventionist policy, aimed at stemming at all costs the spread of communism. The US intervenes in Greece, China, and engages
its military in Korea and Vietnam. The Soviet Union, for its part, invests heavily
to catch up with the US. After developing atomic weapons of its own,
it becomes the first country to send a satellite into orbit, and further outdoes itself by
sending the first man into space. The United States then launches the Apollo
program which aims to send the first astronaut to the Moon. In Cuba, an attempt to overthrow the new communist
government fails. The Soviet Union takes advantage to ally with
the country, and installs nuclear missiles on its territory, pointed at the United States. Tensions build to a point where it seemed
a third world war was imminent. However, an accord is reached between the two world powers, resulting in the USSR withdrawing from Cuba. Within the country, more and more civil rights
movements gain momentum, forcing the government to review its social policies. African-Americans begin non-violent actions
to combat segregation. More and more women enter the workforce and
demand equal pay. Native Americans also fight for better conditions. Moreover, with the US at war in Vietnam, students
and hippie pacifist movements call for peace. In 1969, the country sends the first man to
the moon. Worldwide, millions of viewers watch the event
live on their television. On the global arena, the United States tries
to ease tensions. It begins diplomatic rapprochement with China,
and signs agreements with the USSR to limit the global arms race. In the Middle East, the US supports Israel
in the Yom Kippur War, for which it is then subject to an oil embargo imposed by OPEC countries. In Vietnam, after negotiations, the United
States withdraws their army. Two years later, the Communists prevail in
the country, tarnishing the image of the United States. The USSR takes this opportunity to intensify
its international policy. The country occupies Afghanistan, and in reaction the United States provides militarily support to the Mujahideen. In Central America, US also intervenes in Nicaragua and Guatemala to counter communist revolutions. Iran, after a revolution, becomes an Islamic
republic that goes against US policy. The latter strengthens its military presence
in the Middle East to ensure the security of oil supply. On the Soviet side, the USSR struggles to
contain the revolutions in Eastern Europe. With its economy in tatters, despite attempts
at reform, in 1991, the USSR collapses, marking the end of the Cold War. The United States emerges as the only major
world power. Domestically, the population calls for more
investment in the fight against poverty, crime, gangs and drugs. However, the US continues to primarily focus
on its foreign policy, showing an apparent willingness to become the world’s policeman of sorts. When Iraq invades Kuwait, which then held
9% of the known oil reserves in the world, the United States forms a coalition and neutralizes
the Iraqi army. The US then establishes a list of countries considered as rogue and threatening global peace and stability. These nations are subjected to blockades and
embargoes. Meanwhile, the military presence of an ally
of Israel in the Middle East bothers radical Islamists, including the terrorist group Al
Qaeda headed by Osama bin Laden, who is a former ally from the Afghan war. US facilities and assets around the world
are targeted by terrorist attacks. On September 11, 2001, the United States becomes
the victim of a large-scale terrorist attack on its territory. Terrorism thus becomes the new enemy of the
country. But it proves more difficult to fight this
war as terrorist organizations operate discreetly in mobile networks without borders. Having launched a war against the Taliban
in Afghanistan, the US hardens its stance against North Korea, Iran and Iraq, which it considers part of an “Axis of Evil”. A new war is launched against Iraq, but US
troops – after quickly overthrowing the government – find themselves fighting against several
terrorist groups in the region. In 2007, the subprime mortgage shock, followed
by the financial crisis plunges the global economy into turmoil. The country tries to revive its economy, among
other measures, by boosting the extraction of shale oil on its territory. Today the interventionist policy of the country
is increasingly countered by rising powers such as Russia and China. The United States, however, remains the most
powerful economy and military in the world.

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  • USA is great country and has great history 👍
    Please prevent torture crime

  • SQWAW!

  • United States of America AKA New Babylon. The best economy and military the world has ever known.
    Think about it: Americans doesn't know or recognize the flags of other nations BUT everyone else recognize
    the American Flag.

  • The history of USA and India are so interesting

  • America:sneaks to the middle east to get some oil.
    Middle east:just say u want oil here you go

  • Watch Interesting USA Population Growth 1610 – 2018

  • In 1866

    Some Americans and Canadians decide to have unification to a country..

    But It's failed.

    It's amazing
    What it US and Canada joins Really United States of North America

  • Make a video on pakistan..

  • it s a very long time since the last video published

  • Sweet. Now I can skip class

  • I love America a lot and I hope to immigrate to it someday I'm from Morocco do I find someone to help me with a sum of money I suffer from extreme poverty and unemployed and I'm sick and I need urgent help Thank you very much

  • USA is a confirmed genocidal state- killed millions of tribes. USA is nothing but edgy europeans who just wanted to seek a "better" life by eredicating others. typical imperialism



  • Humanity is so weird


  • must be piss easy for kids to do their their assignments now , cos of channels like this ,….
    big thumbs down cos i am jealous lol

  • Thank you, but, i think i need a break.

  • Americans : “We were here first”……

    Me : 🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂🤣😂

  • Nobody:
    INDIA: hey look, our great peoples in USA!!

  • 5:22 did someone in the background say perfect

  • Where’s the Philippine-American war?!

  • This is how America becomes america by killing natives taking their land every inch taken by force and 2019 this is what they are known for america is just a war machine they been in war since 1750

  • Fun fact: When the Philippine-American war broke out, the Americans killed all the citizens of a town on Balagiga, Philippines (Visayas) 10 years old and above. They never mentioned this on the schools on America though

    Plus, they called us little brown Americans when they occupied us.

  • Thanks for very interesting information. I am learning USA history and who can help me? 1)To choosing thesis name. 2) original material about thesis. 3) reference books. 4) scientific articles
    I am student from Uzbekistan
    My email: [email protected]
    Telegram id: @cnuhg1

  • Bin Loaden lol
    You sounded kinda sad when you said "defeated Germany"
    The Loaden makes me guess you're Austrian

  • Got a motor oil ad before this

  • Virginia my home state was pretty big a long time ago it use to have control of Kentucky and West Virginia

  • AmeriKKKa put missiles in Turkey Soviets retaliate by putting missiles in Cuba

  • wrong, the Chinese funded the Afgan mujahiddens first, the Americans supported them from 1985

  • Who's here cuz we're American I'm here cuz I'm American

  • USA: Hippity Hoppity Hey kid I’ll buy your property

  • Do a video on China you fool!!

  • maybe uploading the video more frequently.

  • 0:22 Perfect

  • I kinda wish you just stopped normal history at 1918 and just went through the kaiserreich America timeline

  • Dang! No wonder everyone says the 1990’s was so great lol

  • My Spanish/mexican ancestors were in texas during basically the entire timeline. They were citizens of spain, mexico, republic of texas, the u.s and the Confederate states.

  • 10:15 this is what pushes the USA into World War 1 on Britain's side: … and that's the real reason Germans were mad at Jews.

  • Such a great country, known for such a bad reputation today

  • I$I$: there goes both towers

  • Please make video on ITALY 🇮🇹🇮🇹

  • There was a bit of… Misinformation herein? I wouldn't call them lies, but not mentioning that 90% or more of native Americans died due to plagues inadvertently brought to the New world from the Europe seems a bit disingenuous.

    Also, isn't… Depressing how African American RIGHT fought back against segregation for 100 years, finally achieving desegregation in the 1960s, and now we have some extremists on the Left demanding segregation once again? Groups like BML and other "Progressivie" groups.

  • Cooper Dawn In This ?????
    Of The Original Melanated
    People Of The Americas!!!
    The True People Of The
    Book And Promise Land
    Guess what? Every Thing
    Y'all Stole And Lied About
    Is ComeN To Light And Will
    Be Given Back To It's Original

    1. This Is Not Native American
    Land (e.g. Dawes Commission)
    2. We True Inheritors/Melanated
    Indians Were Enslaved Many
    Years Before The African Came
    To America As Indentured
    3. It's Racist And A Lie To Keep
    CallN Us African American!!!
    4. Caucasians Were Not The Only
    Race To Board The May Flower
    Melanated Europeans Came
    Over With Them Of Which? The
    Caucasians Were Slavs/Slaves
    5. Columbus Was Not Lost LookN
    For Bharat/Named India In The
    1900s!!! Spices Is Not What? He
    Was LookN For!!! He Was In
    Search Of The True Promise

    Columbus Landed In The
    Caribbean 1942!!! His
    Description Of The Original
    People There Was Swarthy!!!
    Copper!!! Even Darkly Hued!!!
    With Various Hair Textures
    And Body Types!!!

    Guess what? else That Creep MF
    Said About My People!!! The
    Original Melanated People Of
    Amaracana Pana/America!!!!
    He Said They Was Peaceful
    And Generous!!! Sharing And
    Caring For Each Other!!!

    Then Turned Around Came Back
    In 1493 For Hispaniola/Iberian
    Peninsula Not Spain!!! Spain Came
    Into Being In 1502!!! BAM!!!! They
    Always Lying And CoverN Up ?

    He Came Back With Ships And
    About 12000 Men Of Which A
    1/3 Died In Route To America
    Of The Diseases They Contracted
    In Europe's Prisons And Poor LiveN Conditions!!! Yeah They
    Sent The Worst Of Europe To
    Rape Murder And Disenherit
    The True Melanated People Of
    6. Amerigo Vespucci Did Not
    Name Amaracana Pana
    7. Some Original Melanated
    American Chiefs Betrayed
    They Own And Helped The
    Europeans By Giving Melanated
    Indian Men Of War To Fight They
    Battles!!! The Europeans Was
    Only Able To Gain FootN In The
    Americas Through Dividing The
    Tribes With Lies!!!!

    The Original Melanated
    Americans Will Not Be
    Linked With The African
    Or Native American!!!

    We Are The Original American

    See: Cab Rising
    See: Kurimeo
    See: M.A.C.
    See: Big Judah
    See: Dane Calloway
    See: Martin Luther King's
    Speech Whare? He
    Say The Negro Is A
    Prisoners In They Own
    See: Autochthonous One

    Yeah No Thyself And Whares? You
    Fit In Within The Grand Web Of Lies!!!

  • 0.22 i heard: PeRfECt

  • So the Colonists (Americans), rebelled against the British mainly because they wanted the land the Natives lived in for themselves,. And yet the Americans celebrate this Independence as a great thing whilst they went out and slaughtered the Native population.

  • 711 inside job.


  • Me watching this be like:
    Me:I am studying look!

  • Wow..thanks..what a report..i feel for native American's..Govt should give them compulsory pensions..for taking thier land..or..the best thankgiving America can do..which the whole world will make a Native American..President of USA for once

  • All countrys have moments in history they dont want to share. But i feel that it is best to learn to be better than we once were than hide our countries darkest moments. I think its something alot of countries should consider.

  • Dont forget the US massacre at wounded knee I think it was.

  • America never got independence…they are under Europeans till now….pity red indians

  • American idiot racist madafakah needs to watch this.

  • I see a lot of anti American comments. So disrespectful.!!

  • Summary of America’s history: It was basically formed and built through blood

  • What is the purpose of making a 20-minute video regurgitating the official story, which is incorrect in many places?

  • I would argue that the story begins when the first native Americans crossed over the land bridge between Alaska and Russia, but that's just me.

  • It’s not easy being #1


  • Know what? If someone can lay claims to north america it`s clearly Scandinavian vikings. The `Columbus discovered america` or the `Spaniards colonized it` is bull shit, the vikings were there Year 1000, that`s long before all that other sh*t. This effectively means that Scandinavians should enjoy free & unlimited access to north america if they wish no matter what the american immigration government rules says.

  • 4:59 "Mexican pride!"
    USA: HELLO there!!!🤠 5:41

  • You forget nato bombing of serbia 1999

  • I love this. Educational AND interesting. Can you do one of the Philippines?

  • Articles of Confederation ? Battle of Gettysburg ? Jamestown ? so many missing elements !!

  • You mist the barbary wars in late 1700 early 1800s.

  • 1.Like it
    2.subscribe to me
    3.write ready
    4.I'll do the same

  • USA: I am the boss here!
    Russia and China: We are coming for you! We got some attention in the end!
    India: Hold on folks, you forgot me! Your new boss!

  • If everything in my lifetime is a lie ,makes me wonder how true is this video? Like we never went to the moon,JFK was killed by our own government,9/11was an inside job, mass caravans caused by globalist for the NWO

  • Russia is not a rising power

  • Thanks for the video History lesson from the Philippines!

  • Why the music in the background on these videos? I hate this shit. I can't get through more than one full minute w the background music

  • US started the bay of pigs with installing rockets in tyrkie … in this video .. all u say is russia wanted rocked in cuba without saying why … this video gets a down vote thanks to this from me …. do it right … or dont do it at all !

  • i libe in unait steit in majathan

  • 3 years of Philippines Americans war, filipino loss the war, until the surrender of Spanish to us and the sign of treaty of paris and later on Philippines sold to usa for 20$ million dollars in, becomes colony of america.

  • Why do people never talk about troops fighting on Japanese occupied islands in the pacific because all they say is atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki and Hiroshima no it wasn’t just that the us marines and army fought on Japanese occupied islands from 1942-1945 major ones were Iwo Jima, and okwinowa with being the final battle between us and japan so there some stuff videos don’t teach you about wanna learn more watch the HBO tv show the pacific

  • What about the Republic of Lakotah and the Agreement of Independence?

  • Hey there the only reason why the cold war started was because we put missiles in a country near the USSR facing them so they asked us to remove them. We said no and they did the Cuba thing. We still said no so the cold war started. We secretly gave in with a agreement to remove the missiles if they did to.

  • Where are the Aliens ? XD

  • Russia sells Alaska to USA in 1867.
    78 yrs later
    …ermm yeh…Britain might've been a better enemy than the USA to have on our back doorstep

  • The timing of the word perfect at the start of the video could have been better placed

  • The USA is the worlds biggest greifer

  • The birth of the biggest satanic criminal terrorist monster in history of mankind. The world is in terrible danger because of USA.

  • USA was founded by slave owners who couldn’t get away with their criminal ways in Europe so they moved to America, where they enslaved, and killed off the natives. An illegitimate state just like Israel.

    Moved to America to flee “persecution” 😂

  • Buying people, not slaves

  • The video fails to mention Morocco as the first country to ever recognize the US as One sovereignty.

  • I love these terms(annexed, conquest, expand, manifest destiny, purchased, seizes)……..JUST ADMIT you beat the crap out of people minding their business just so you could take their stuff.

  • These are the details they'll never dare teach in class. Just…..imagine the nerve….walking into your paid off house only to see somebody sitting on your favorite chair… ask em' "what are you doing here?" and their response is……."Ya know what I like it here…..I'm no thief but I think I'll annex this…..I know what you're thinking…..what about your stuff in this house that's now mine?……..I think I'll hang on to that too….ARE THOSE my car keys in your hands?!…..just uh…just leave em on the table"

  • Guatemala: Look world, I got the best platanos

    USA: I want all your long yellow things, there are commies inside, and I'll find them, you like it or not.

  • Love the video – really excellent. Although that same music gets pretty tiresome pretty quick.

  • Wait… there was no information of discoveror of america the columbs?

  • Please launch vedio about full history of Italy

  • Please also launch vedio about the Soviet Union

  • I can't wait for the sequel where America just buys the rest of the world

  • 19:30 Hell yeah!!

  • USA : Is against colonization
    Also Usa : 9:09

  • 16:37 How america created Al Qaeda

  • Sale ka history hi 500 year ka

  • The south was packed with prisoners and and the crazy people of England especially Georgia as king George sent these kinda people there to make it a buffer zone from the Spanish maybe that's why the population in Georgia and the deep South is how it is

  • Phew,Hawaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!

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