The part of the video that really gets to me the most is when Terry claims that slaves should have been thankful to their owner's for giving them food and shelter. Now, I have seen some of these 'shelters' been on plantations, been inside the slave quarters. They were incredibly small and housed a large number of people for such a small space. And they should be thankful their master provided them with food?
The reason this gets to me so much is because that slaves were given such things not out of kindness, not because they were considered people (remember at the time they were considered 3/5 a person merely so that slave owners could have more voting power), but because they were tools. They were property, that unless minimally maintained would cause for a loss of profits. Now I won't say all slave owner's were terrible but even if they weren't why should a person be thankful for being bought and sold; for having zero rights and to be forced to work? Yes they got somewhere to eat and sleep, but thats does not cancel out the complete dehumanization of an entire people or individuals, nor is it deserving of thanks when it was done for the owner's benefit.
Some people really just need reality checks and need to learn how to respect others.