As Leftists Rage On, The National Intellect Dims

As Leftists Rage On, The National Intellect Dims | AS LIBERALS START TEARING DOWN "SYMBOLS OF RACISM", LET'S FOLLOW THEIR LOGIC THROUGH TO THE END: THERE! NOW ONCE YOU BLOW UP AMERICA AND THE | image tagged in memes,leftists,history,revision,insanity,liberals | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Trolling... like a boss! lol!
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What? :)
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You raising your glass to "Natalie"'s crazy uberconservative conspiracy.
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M/ M/
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You noticed that too? I'm confused though I heard Octavia doesn't troll?
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5 ups, 1 reply
I never said I never troll :3
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Well yourebalways running around gathering sympathy because you get trolled. What gives?
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5 ups, 1 reply
I may leave trollish comments on occasion, but I do not, and I will not, abuse the downvote system on this site.

'Tis beneath me
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Whatever you say.
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I concur natalie_
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Every time natalie_
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The memes that will be made 30 years from now
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Those look like good, upstanding citizens. They would never, ever do something wrong or unlawful. They're fighting for "equality."
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Because they have. Oh wait, wrong deadly riot. My bad.
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Is this more your idea of what an upstanding citizen "looks" like? The ones fighting for superiority?
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My mind has been blown.
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But reality sad at the same time.
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LMAO!!!!
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Guess you left out that part
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so was dr king
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So were most African-Americans back then, when the GOP was the "Party of Lincoln." Hell, they're not even the "party of Reagan" anymore.
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VERY good point.
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5 ups, 5 replies
you seem incapable of happiness. your life revolves around being constantly enraged, constantly offended, constantly put upon, constantly victimized. what a waste....
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7 ups
Your assessment is wholly inaccurate :) I have much happiness. I only get enraged when and where stupidity flourishes. I am neither constantly enraged nor constantly victimized :)
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All joking aside, though, I really am curious why you assumed that about me. Would you please explain? I'm sincerely looking for an answer.
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So you can't answer my question?
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6 ups, 2 replies
I await your response
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Octavia, I believe that the behavior in which our friend in engaged is referred to as psychological projection. It's a whole big thing.
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Yeah, good luck with that one, Octavia. :P
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XD apparently!
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Did you notice the length of this meme you're commenting on? The amount of rage expressed because someone decided to take down some statues? The number of people commenting here who are offended because people had the nerve to stand up against racism? The white battle cry over being erased?
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Democrats brought slavery to the US, Democrats created the 3/5ths compromise, Democrats created the masom dixon line, Democrats seceded and created the Confederate States of America, Democrats created share cropping after the civil war to perpetuate slavery after it's outlaw, democrats created the KKK, democrats created poll taxes and voter registration tests, democrats fight for and advance eugenics even today, democrats continue the bondage of slavery even today through the welfare system and lack of support for trade programs in schools. If you want to attack racism, attack the right source of racism. Most of us are just having a good time pointing out the hypocrisy of every one like Anitfa, republicans, democrats, white nationalists, etc.
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Welfare is not slavery. What an absurd thing to say.
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Welfare is slavery or it would be easier for people to get off and into a situation where they are able to provide for themselves. when welfare pays enough to prevent someone from starving but does not provide them an ability to improve themselves so they can find a job that provides for their family better then an EBT card... That sure as hell is slavery, on an institutional level.
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Welfare is not what's causing the oppression of the underclass in this country. Thats just another ridiculous elitist fallacy...
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And what is causing the oppression of the lower class? No one ever offers a cause or a solution. Welfare was never meant to offer anything other than a bare minimum standard of living. It is a safety net so people don't starve to death, nothing more. It shouldn't be anything more but there should be an system in place to help offer education so that people can improve themselves. What do you propose should be the solution to the socioeconomic disparity?
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How about racism? How many employers out there are low key refusing to hire African-Americans? I've seen that ish with my own eyes. So many are out there pounding the pavement every day only to have their applications and resumes just tossed in the trash for being black. Not to mention the generational lack of confidence and repetition of negative lifestyle choices that afflict underclass communities. What's a kid to do if mom dad and grandparents are all in gangs? I agree there needs to be more trade schools but after working in a legislature and seeing how that whole thing operates, I think the disinterest has more to do with the country's obsession with technology and the STEM subjects. Welfare is a safety net that helps more people than it harms, IMHO.
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Racism is evil any where and by anyone. I have not personally experienced seeing applications and resumes tossed out because of the color of the applicants skin but I am sure it happens. Any where it happens it should be investigated and the perpetrators prosecuted if racism is what is going on. It's against the law and should not be allowed. If you witness it you should speak up but just because you don't get an interview doesn't mean you got discounted because of the color of your skin. As an example, teaching is a hard profession to get into. For each opening there is often 200 or more applicants in certain areas and there is no way the people hiring can interview 200 people, the pool must be cut some how as long as it's not by race, gender, or any other discriminatory manner. Your next point, when a kid's entire family are in a gang, that is a horrible situation to be in. First of all he/she is very lucky to have Mom, Dad, and their grand parents alive if they are all in a gang but being dealt that hand is an extremely unfair start to life. Statistically that child will follow in their parents footsteps but we and they should not give up. It is those situations that need mentor ship programs the most. I have seen personally members of the communities I have lived in fight to separate themselves from that culture. It's not easy but with help it is possible. I have seen many family tree changing events in my communities where students turned their back on gangs and drugs so they could be not only the first person in their family to graduate high school but to be the first person in their family to get into college. It was a beautiful thing to witness and be a part of. Those students will go on to change the world but true it may not be in the technology and STEM fields but there are many other options such as the various branches of the medical field, liberal arts, business fields, or starting their own business. The focus on STEM is because those are the fields of the future and if we are to compete with China, India, Japan, etc then we need young people to take an interest in STEM fields. Not everyone needs to be a computer programmer, we will always need plumbers, electricians, contractors, etc. As an example I use an electrician who works 10 hour days 7 days a week and makes over $250,000/year, way more than I do. You don't have to have an advanced degree to provide a very comfortable life for your family.
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No you're just desperately trying to point fingers because a racist nazi from your side just drove his car into a crowd of people and killed a young woman a la ISIS. You can go back two hundred years and talk about the welfare system all you want. But right now, your party is showing itself to murderous, horrible people. Someone got killed last week by a bro-Nazi Trump supporter. That's all we need to know.
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You don't know my party or my politics and I'm OK with that. Nazis are evil, white supremacists are evil and the driver of the car wasn't mine. just because someone's beliefs don't mirror your own doesn't make them evil but treating them that way only pushes them further from an amicable relationship. You assume too much and perhaps need to breath a little bit before assuming some one is a racist piece of crap.
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What can I say? You're quacking like a right-wing white supremacist apologist... What with all this Democrats were the ones who owned slaves during the civil war. What does that have to do with what's going on now? It's Republicans who are supporting the racist bigotry in this country NOW. Any discussion about what happened 200 years ago is deflection...
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All of the "democrats" statements were facts. You don't have to like them but you should understand the history of the party and the fact is that both the democrats and the republicans are seriously flawed in their own right. White supremacists claim the right but the right doesn't claim them. The civil war was also 150 years ago, not 200 years ago, besides we still have the same constitution we had 200 years ago, amended as needed along the way. The KKK which is the center of conversation, David duke ran first as a democrat in the 80s and should have been booed out of politics but some how continued. Jason Kessler, the Unite the Right organizer was a member of Occupy Wall street and was an Obama supporter. He even worked for CNN while covering and participating in Occupy Wall street. So he magically became in a few years he went from fighting for the people against the oppressive banking system to an evil right wing racist nut job? I don't buy it.
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Yes I know they are facts and yes I rounded [email protected]@ but the sides have switched. It doesn't bother me who was on which side in 1864. I honestly couldn't give a rip. In 1967 it was still illegal for an interracial couple to get married... in Virginia! The first female tried to run in the Boston marathon and got attacked by the organizer who cried that a woman would never run in his race. That wasn't that long ago. But here we are and things haven't changed all that much. The country is still being run by racist, mysogynists ...
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You may not agree with him and it is your right to do so but Trump was not labeled a racist or a misogynist until he ran for president. He in fact received awards for diversity, brotherhood, etc. His organization employs 53% males and 47% females but more executives are females than male. He has said some really stupid things but his actions don't seem misogynistic or racist to me.
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Yes he used to be liberal. But somewhere along the line he switched sides...
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The civil war wasn't fought over racism.
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Were the majority of slaves white? Were there white bodies hanging from trees? Was it white people that weren't allowed to sit in the front of the bus? Was it white people who were discriminated against all these years? Is it white people who are being racially profiled and shot by police? Its NO to all the above.
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You know you are right, someone down my family line is a jew who most likely suffered at the hands of black slavers in Egypt! I want justice against black people for slaving my people! Tore down those pyramids! Oh snap! Because black people never slaved anyone... right? Right?! No one wants to bring that up
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What does that have to do with what's going on now? And what makes you think that because there were black slave owners that means racism had nothing to do with it? The slaves were still all black! Rosa Parks was a black woman arrested for not going to the back of the bus. Her grandfather was forced to pick cotton barefoot in the hot sun. She and her brother and mother were only allowed to go to black only schools. Your logic is full of holes.
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Oh now YOU get defensive. What does that statue has to do with Rosa Parks? See my point? My comment has EVERYTHING to do, because it shows that you guys are no different that your targeted audience.
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Buddy, you're being defensive yourself. And you're making no point at all. You want to go to Egypt and tell the govt there to tear down the pyramids? Be my guest. But I know that I would never purposefully plow a car into a crowd of people. I'm not starting riots because I want my race to be the only one on earth. I'm not walking the streets with machine guns trying to defend racist imperialist a**holes who are fighting to maintain a centuries old status quo of oppression and violence toward people who I deem are inferior because their skin is darker than mine. A woman was killed. But so-called conservative Christians care more about a carved piece of rock that was erected by racists 100 years ago being taken down. It's beyond ridiculous. It's insanity.
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Something you won't see in the movies but might read about in a history book is that there were 250,000 free black men in the south when war broke out. As soon as was began 10% of those free black men (that's 25,000) signed up to fight in the Confederate States Army. White officers even allowed their loyal slaves to fight alongside them even though it was illegal, but hey, the war was about slavery right?
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You're mixing up civil war civil rights. The answer is NO, the Civil War was NOT about racism. If slavery was all about race then there wouldn't have been black slave owners like there were in the US and continues to be today in other countries.
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If the civil war was fought over slaver then why was slaver not abolished in the north until 8 months after the end of the war? Why weren't the 451,021 registered slaves in the north freed immediately once war broke out?a 451,021 slaves... that's 225,483 in Kentucky, 114,931 in Missouri, 90,374 in Maryland/DC, etc... But the civil war was fought over slaver, just not those slaves.
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Don’t forget MLK
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erasing history is cowardly. embracing history with all of its thorns and ambiguities is harder but much more honest. But by definition, history represents the past and society would be moribund if it were not going beyond certain confines of the past
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Let's embrace the fact that Hawaii was taken in an illegal coup d'etat...
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Congress has been speaking out against the nazis and the white supremacists... y'all gonna run them over with cars, too?
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Just because one nut job drove a car into a crowd doesn't mean everyone that you don't agree with is going to drive a car into a crowd. People can actually comment on one extremist group without being apart of another extremist group. Take a deep breath, you're going to give yourself an aneurysm.
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Let's breathe together. I was speaking to the right in general. I haven't seen or heard of this Antifa group killing anyone... at least not in this country...
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No one on the right claims the alt-right. They are horrible and the RNC has even posted videos telling them not to vote for any candidates. The Alt-right is more inline with the traditional European right not the American Right. I have not heard of antifa killing anyone yet either but I have seen tactics and weapons that can cause serious long lasting injuries and could result in death. That doesn't in anyway excuse the actions of the alt right, they are vile and awful but to engage them in violence is to lower yourself to their level. One thing the alt right does that Antifa does not do is own up to their beliefs and not hide behind masks. The masks have an element of terror, similar to the masks isis executioners wear. symbolism is symbolism and if you protest symbolism you have to fully understand symbolism. I truly hope this country can come together and have discussions rather than violence. the world is not as ugly as the media portrays it, just ask your neighbor. If we shut off the news and talked to our neighbors more there would be far fewer negative feelings and far more positive conversations. We would accomplish more.
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Renaming it's a great idea!
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I don't know about repainting... unless it's a nice tan color ????
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George Washington and Thomas Jefferson on Mount Rushmore.
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GW and TJ never commited treason against the US. History much?
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They committed treason against Britain if you want to get technical, which I think was his point.
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Exactly. The question asking who in this list committed treason did not specify against which country.
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Dang liberals... they tear down what they call "racist symbols" yet they founded the kkk!!
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Whiner. You are as bad as snowflakes.
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Well done
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Let's work your silly argument back the other direction. Not only should we keep Confederate statues up because they are part of history that should not be forgotten, we should also erect statues that honor Hitler, Stalin, Mao and Genghis Kahn, as well as monuments depicting the Rwandan genocide, pogroms, and apartheid.
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Well, other than the fact the dictators you mentioned not being from the United States, they are also evil, murderous men who were responsible for the annihilation of millions between them both and erecting statues in their honor would be foolish.
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But the fact remains that they are part of history, and the whole point is that we shouldn't forget or "erase" history. My argument was meant to be silly, to show the silliness of this meme.
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I agree we shouldn't erase history and I believe that was the point of the meme. I could be mistaken, but I believe the point was made that the taking down of the statues is just part of the erasing of history that the crybabies don't want to hear.
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Like I just told TodaysReality, I personally don't really care whether the Confederate statues are left up or torn down. But tearing them down isn't erasing history any more than the denazification of Germany after WW2 was erasing history.

I would disagree that those who want the statues taken down are being crybabies, though. If wanting a Confederate flag taken down makes someone a crybaby, does wanting a Nazi flag taken down make them a crybaby as well? If your neighbor had a Nazi flag hanging in his yard and that bothered you, would that make you a crybaby? I don't think it would.
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If my neighbor had a Nazi flag hanging from his porch I wouldn't try to remove it, but I would be weary of them as human beings who think Nazism is actually a good thing.

I personally don't care about statues being taken down or being left up, but it's the idea that these people demanding they be taken down are trying to erase any memory of these historical figures. Trying to erase history is exactly what they're doing.

There's a story coming out that someone is wanting the name of a park removed. The name of the park is George Washington. Where does it end?
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It will not end until we live in a socialist communist country.
Sadly history shows us this is where progressive liberalism leads.
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And that's a fair point :3 although I disagree with the "erasing history" part. Like I said, denazification of post-WW2 Germany wasn't about erasing history, otherwise the government would have demolished the concentration camps as well, rather than leave them there as reminders of what should never be repeated.
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Nazi what? Have you ever been to Germany? There are no statues of Nazis. SO IT NEVER HAPPENED!!!
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You lost me
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4 ups, 1 reply
I was joking in line with what you said. That the notion of getting rid of monuments and other reminders will not erase history.
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Ahh, I see :) upvote
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The south was responsible for the murder, subjugation, **pe, beatings, and enslaving of millions. no different than nazis. they lost. you dont get statues, that is not how it works.
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Actually, it wasn't just southern states that owned slaves and it wasn't just whitey who owned them.

And yes, we do get to have statues as is evidence by the many statues that NO ONE was offended by until Donald Trump became president. Oh look, all the cry babies haven't had their morning bottles yet and now they're protesting over something that has been around for decades, and in some cases over a hundred years. Boohoo!

All I see are stupid little brats who were raised by their mommies with no daddies in their lives and so have no clue what their actual American history really is about. They just throw tantrums about everything they get offended over without knowing the true history of what they're crying over.

A bunch of little douches who's p.ussies are sore.
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I think there's huge differences between post ww2 Germany and the 2003 Iraq war with regard to tearing down statues and symbols and this sudden call for confederate cleansing. Germans and Iraqis came together and removed that stuff in defiance and celebration while those events were white hot. Those people were alive and direct victims of tyranny and oppression. I think it's a little strange that only now there's a sudden outcry to remove confederate items.
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Cities have been removing confederate statues for a while before this weekends unfortunate violence. For the record, I'm confused as to why statues of defeated generals were erected in the first place. I understand some military figures who die in battle have dedications and/ memorials, but not like the ones being taken down presently.
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For one thing, General Lee was more or less the best general of the whole war and arguably one of the best in American history. Unlike the present's obsession with whatever petty opinion one might have, people in the past looked to other things like valor and how one comported oneself in public rather than their negative characteristics, which seems to be what we are most interested in now (as in, if you hold one negative opinion which goes against what is deemed to be "socially acceptable," your entire life and contributions to society are swept into the dustbin). Furthermore, lots of people lost their lives in the war and I guess it is a sort of commemoration. People who are also more "states rights" than "federal government's rights" also tend to look favorably on the Confederate states. But I too am a little puzzled by it all, really, especially a guy like Jefferson Davis.
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I totally understand what you're saying. Thanks for some clarification.
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It's really not sudden. The taking down of confederate symbols has been going on for years in this country. Only now the nazis and white supremacists have been emboldened by Trump to show up with torches and machine guns to try to suppress this forward movement in US society.
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(I made this comment yesterday)Cities have been removing confederate statues for a while before this weekends unfortunate violence. I know removals have been going on before the past week or so. It's gained more momentum and urgency to clear off all visible reminders. Neo-nazis and supremacists have also been around for decades, and they've been bold and narrow minded for the same duration.
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"...and now they're protesting over something that has been around for decades, and in some cases over a hundred years. Boohoo!"

So because something has been around for hundreds of years, we should keep it? :/ isn't that literally the same logic used to support segregation and slavery? And I'm sure you would say those things should have been done away with. It's an appeal to tradition.
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That isn't really what I meant. I was referring to the fact that these people protesting the statues are doing so now and they weren't before. Like all of a sudden they're triggered by them when for decades they didn't pay them any attention.
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He knew that.
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Gotcha :)
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Because they're doing it in a way that is violent and destructive. There are a set of laws that we are supposed to adhere to in this country. This isn't much different than mob rules and that isn't how we do things here. Tearing down statues in the middle of the night is wrong and is considered vandalism.
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It represents a point in history and a good leader regardless of the side he was on. Whether you like it or not it also held artistical value. Let's go destroy more pieces of art because now you are angry. How come when Obama was president you did not protested to have the statue taken down? Because you do not care. The trigger here is Trump, you did not got your president so you have to throw a tantrum.
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Yes because no one should worry about armed nazis chanting "blood and soil" #neveragain
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What does this statue has to do with Nazis chanting "blood and soil"? Nazis did not even existed when that dude was alive! Are you high?
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Tell that to the nazis chanting "blood and soil" and "jews will not replace us"
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It's been done already. I see anyone protesting this one.
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Take it down if you wish. Willing to bet most wanting it gone do not realize it mocks lenin as a bringer of death and destruction, no books, ... but hey knock yourselves out
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3 ups, 2 replies
Oh yeah, and where and how exactly does it do that? It was a commission by the Communist government of Czechoslovakia and it was put on display in that country in 1988, obviously meaning it met with government approval. It was subsequently removed after the fall of communism. Just because it portrays him as a revolutionary doesn't mean it's intended in a negative way, it's supposed to mean, with his clothing such as it is, that he is leading the people's rebellion against oppressors.
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guess you never read the plaque next to it...
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No, because I haven't been there. There is not much to be found online about it either and the pictures that do show something have sun glare at the point where it talks about Lenin's history, but that section is by no means the major part of the plaque at all. In any case, the plaque hardly makes up for the pro-Communist message of the statue itself. Last I checked, none of the Confederate statues were praising slavery, by the way, they were praising the characters of the men or they were a remembrance of lives lost, and I'm pretty sure they had "plaques" too.
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If you read the plaque you would understand it is not pro lenin, it is anti lenin so if taking it down makes you feel better I am sure Vlad would be happy you did.
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The part of the plaque which MAY say something negative about him is obviously very small since I have seen a picture of the rest of it, and most of it is not dealing with the history of communism. Furthermore, you haven't even elaborated what it says. And I doubt 95% of the people who have seen that statue have even read the plaque, just like I doubt most people read plaques.
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That may be true. XD
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You forgot Fidel Castro and Raul Castro who your hommie Obama loves so much, and that assassin Che Gevara who you liberals like so much and wear his shirt. Build statues for those too, you darn hypocrites.
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I don't like Castro or Che Guevara
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And neither does the majority of the people here liked the dictators you mentioned. However, DID you protested Obama building ties with the Castro's? You probably said "what a wonderful man, proud that he is my President". DO you go out into the street and tear the shorts of those wearing Che T-shirts or even protested about the Che movie being played here in America?
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"However, DID you protested Obama building ties with the Castro's? You probably said "what a wonderful man, proud that he is my President"."

Perhaps you should let me speak for myself and not presume to know what I said, yes? There's a good chap. I don't support the Castro regime, but at the same time I don't think that ties need to be cut off entirely, for the sake of the Cuban citizens. I support measures that benefit the oppressed people of Cuba financially, such as tourism.

"DO you go out into the street and tear the shorts of those wearing Che T-shirts or even protested about the Che movie being played here in America?"

I don't physically assault people, nor was I aware there was a Che movie. And even if I did know about it, there are more important things in life than protesting a movie.
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XD
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excuse me but i would just like to point out that taking down statues is not solving anything! you cannot change history simply by taking down statues of historical figures! we continue to honor them because it is our heritage, a sign of civil conflict that shook our nation down to its core and changed our nation forever! Why would you want to destroy history? The statues are there to remind people of the honored dead who fought in that war to fight for their own political ideas and if they are confederate statues, so what? its all just simple ideas and ideology! we don't have to tear this great nation apart over one hunk of granite!
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