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those who forget the past... | TURN IN YOUR GUNS AND PAY YOUR TAXES WHERE HAVE I HEARD THAT ONE BEFORE? LET THE GOVERNMENT TAKE CARE OF YOU | image tagged in democratic socialism,social justice warrior,nancy pelosi,santayana | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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21,709 views, 252 upvotes, Made by LifeOfBrian 5 months ago in politics democratic socialismsocial justice warriornancy pelosi
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OUR VETERANS HAVE NEVER HAD IT BETTER | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Boy, That Escalated Quickly | WELL  THAT  REDIRECTED  QUICKLY | image tagged in boy that escalated quickly | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Democrats block Veterans bill.
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Blaming democrats for everything doesn’t magically make things all better
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YOU'RE AN NPC | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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Classy as ever, aren’t you.
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you take our guns, you will start something bad, truth!
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could you possibly tell me when Nancy Pelosi said that and in reference to what? you have to realize those exact word did not come out of her mouth.
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Doesn't matter if she said those exact words or not. Liberalism has determined that implying, interpretation and accusing without evidence is enough to defame someone. Have you not watched the Kavanagh debacle? Hmmm wait just a second...ChazThePhoenix..I lived in Phoenix for 7 years..I think you inappropriately touched me at the QT mart on 19th street sometime back in 2016. Prove you were not there.
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You realize that is not Theodore but his cousin Franklin in the pic, right?
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Teddy was older and a war her
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he lost his run for the 3rd term
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did aboriginal people had guns back then ??
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thanks im stupid when it comes to usa/ canada history
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You're welcome!

(look at my meme in the context of what certain others said including the OP)
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:)
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I'm not for taking guns away from law abiding citizens, nor the Gov. running everything, but ask the Native Tribes how their lack of an immigration policy worked out while you're at it.. had they had the Trump policy, most of us wouldn't be here..
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The DNA I'm referring to predates the DNA that mestizo refers to. The Indians of the Americas have ancient DNA that completes the mystery of what happened to the Aryan migration. Many thought it stopped in India, but now they know it continued into North America via the Alaska land bridge. The findings are fairly recent.
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Bull.
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A quote from one of the articles below will give you an idea of where this is going, but I traced the ideological path in my post graduate studies and came to the same conclusion. The recent DNA only proved the point no one took seriously then. Call bull if ya want, but it's science.

The new findings are consistent with a report published in Genetics last year (and almost entirely ignored at the time) that used modern DNA to conclude that Native Americans have significant—and ancient—ties to Europeans. "Our group is very excited to see this," says Alexander Kim, who works with geneticist David Reich at Harvard Medical School in Boston and represented the group at the meeting. "Reich's team found that populations they identified as Native American ancestors in Asia apparently also contributed genes to populations in northern Europe. Thus, both studies suggest a source population in Asia whose genes made their way east all the way to the Americas, and west, all the way to Europe.
https://www.theguardian.com/science/2018/jan/03/what-the-ancient-dna-discovery-tells-us-about-native-american-ancestry"

http://science.sciencemag.org/content/342/6157/409
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False

False

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False
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The genes don't lie. Their trek is well documented. Maybe you should submit your own paper proving them wrong.
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> Pascalean
Hinduism...the religion is out of Europe. You're clearly not even reading the work, so we're done.

Neither article mentions any of your lies about Aryans and Hinduism, in fact, nothing is said of them at all. Genes from a prehistoric child found in Siberia are not from European. You can stop lying now.
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But you do lie.
Aryans did not exist during the Ice Age.
Aryans do not come from Europe.
Their trek is not well documented, since it predated writing.
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I'm not lying, you're just not reading. The journals speak for themselves, so you can take it up with the geneticists that have been working on this for decades. The migrations of people are being traced by the genetic markers they leave behind, so when ancient bones are dug up in what is known as Beringia having European DNA, which coincidentally matches bones dug up in Alaska and North America, the results speak for themselves.

All people can trace their lineage back to three major blood lines, Negroid, Mongoloid, or Caucasoid. These three also have a common line, but we can't go beyond them as of now. All three of them have traceable migration paths that are verified by the bones we've found over the globe. Caucasoid can be found highly concentrated in Europe and Eurasia, as one might expect. What they didn't expect was that it has markers found in almost every civilization between Europe to North America. There's a strong concentration in Northern India, where the Aryans settled. You don't need a geneticist to figure that out, Northern Indians are light skinned compared to the darker southern Indians.

And I suspect maybe you're misreading what I mean by the Aryans. I'm not referring to Hitler's master race, if that's what you imply, but to a legitimate people group who carried the Hindu Vedas with them from Europe, through the Mediterranean and eventually to India itself. Hinduism has its roots in Europe and was established as a means to control the darker skinned Indians. That's not disputed. The timeframe of the Aryans; however, is up for debate, because they carried the written Hindu Vedas with them, a fact that dates their migration later in the timeline. It has been shown that their ancestors may have migrated into Europe from Beringia, then at a later date made another migration that landed them in India and beyond.

As far as the documentation of the Aryan trek...they left genetic markers everywhere they went. They also left ideas, which is where my field of study comes in, but that's a whole book so I'll leave it alone. If you can't read the scientific journals out there, then feel fine in your beliefs. I know I'm not lying, can't even see the need for it really. It's not like I'm trying to make a convert out of you or anything remotely similar. History is what it is and we're learning more all the time. You're objections aren't against me anyway. You're unsubstantiated objections are the markers of a deeper problem.
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Nice try, but it's clear you're bullshitting.

I read a quarter way through your adorable silliness.

Hindus from Europe? It was the reverse, Rome was started by by a gang of thieves from India.

You don't even know where or what Beingia is/was.
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Hinduism...the religion is out of Europe. You're clearly not even reading the work, so we're done.
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Suka has like 4 accounts. Hes an NPC.
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Racist trash. Wash your mouth out with soap
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Who are you calling racist trash?
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Time to retire Warren's Indian feathers. It was always a lie, and it's a racist caricature.
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She made the claim though.
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Is this reffeeing to the Trial of Tears?
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Worried white female XD
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this one's going in my boomer compilation
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Someone said Weird Al's weapon fired the cartridges and ejected the bullets. . .

Source of image: http://www.imfdb.org/wiki/UHF .
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Noticed that you have this tagged as "democratic socialism."

Many socialists are pro-gun. There's even a Socialist Rifle Association. In fact, Marx even said that the proletariat should be armed in the Manifesto.
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I probably should have created a different tag, rather than using that one which was already established. It was kind was a "catch-all" to include a couple different perspectives.
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I would like to thank all who took the time to post comments to this meme, either in seriousness or jest, from whichever political perspective they came from. It was created to foster conversation regarding attacks on the 2nd Amendment, primarily by leaders in the Democratic party (especially after any mass shooting - and Pelosi has been among them). I'm not saying all Democrats want to repeal the 2nd any more than I am saying all gun owners are Republican. The concept of repealing ANY Constitutional amendment is akin to opening Pandora's Box. (Yes, I'm aware of the 18th/21st amendments - move along). ALL Amendments are important. Imagine protests repealing the 4th, 13th, 15th or 19th - or any other. While the meme was not specifically referring to The Trail of Tears, it does refer to disarming of a people to more easily control them (this has happened all over the world). The pre-Columbian people of this country are just one example. Santayana, all I'm saying. Thank you, again.
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Wrong second person
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Oops, forgot to add pic related
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I'm 1/16 Cherokee Indian, just a fun fact.
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So says every single Caucasion from Pennsylvania to the West and South. For a bunch of people marched to Oklahoma, they sure got around.
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Yours is one of the worst tortured straw-man arguments I've heard. None of it makes any sense at all.
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Well then :P
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Source: https://www.newyorker.com/news/daily-comment/donald-trump-and-citizens-united-a-modest-proposal .
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Good one!
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Unfortunately, that quote was debunked. That being said, he certainly does act that way cuz it is actually happening. He's a piece of shit moron.
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I'm aware of that.. however it seemed appropriate considering the meme that I was responding to.
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Awe, boo hoo. May aswell flag this one too; Trump is a yuge flaming piece of shit.
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Heh, I'm not angry, why would I be, he aint my presidunce, just my opinion, he's an asshole.
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What violence? Should we call our moms too?
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And "Natalie_Vance" is a derogatory term for human being. Hate perpatrator
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Some protesters must have been fans of GoT - they were heard in several locations on Kavanaugh's Confirmation day, shouting 'shame, shame, shame'.
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i dont see a problem
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Trump's told all his friends. He just doesn't want you to know.
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Oh, it's real alright. Trump's been saying it to people on the phone. Unless he's dialing the weather, somebody's listening.
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The con man does not respect his victims. He has contempt for their gullibility.
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Actually Native Americans may be the one group in this country who we should be arming to the teeth.
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They only bring up natives when it makes "big goberment" look bad.
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Diversity =/= genocide.

And you're still a literal nazi.
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