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Title: Leftists DESTROY Washington Statue, Democrats Want Jefferson Removed In NYC, History Is Being Erased
Source: EweToob
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Published: Jun 19, 2020
Author: Tim Pool
Post Date: 2020-06-19 17:19:21 by Esso
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Views: 80
Comments: 12

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#1. To: Esso (#0)

Could someone call Soros and find out what a good looting and riot costs ? The last round of liberal cities torched and robbed hasn't had the desired effect yet.

They need to see that they have elected treason and rape !

Around here we love our cops ! (Because they are "OUR", cops).

"And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. "

The best thing about old age is that it doesn't last forever.


noone222  posted on  2020-06-19   19:18:31 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#2. To: noone222, 4um (#1)

Could someone call Soros and find out what a good looting and riot costs ?

Ya know, 222, if'n I didn't know better, I'd be firmly convinced that what is going on is a devious plot by Trump to subvert and destroy the dimmys.

He doesn't have to though. The leftys are so stupid an unhinged, it's driving people over to Trump's side, he'd be a fool to waste his money.

That's the vibe I'm getting from the folks up here in NE HoosierHickistan, a strongly repub stronghold.

I've never really seen a lot of "racism" here, but folks seem to be learning quickly. Oh yeah, FUCK SOROS!

This stuff is more addictive than nicotine or heroin to watch. I can't look away.

The light that burns twice as bright, burns half as long. - Dr. Eldon Tyrell

Godfrey Smith: Mike, I wouldn't worry. Prosperity is just around the corner.
Mike Flaherty: Yeah, it's been there a long time. I wish I knew which corner.
My Man Godfrey (1936)

Esso  posted on  2020-06-19   20:17:59 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#3. To: Esso (#2)

A true racist would likely operate by stealth. Right now some people will use the nigger word because they're pissed off at Blacks, BLM and Antifa and the destruction to people and property.

And the aforementioned folks haven't helped themselves out either. The people kissing ass momentarily are weak sucks that aren't resolving the problem and the best they can hope for is to stave off their own demise briefly.

Anyone with an IQ above room temp knows that the looting and riotous activity is fucking criminal. It's sending a message that has been heard loud and clear by the sane, by the taxpayers, and by at least 100 million armed citizens that have had just about enough of the never ending whining by Blacks about slavery and reparations.

The real lesson that may have been missed by the zombies parroting the BLM message, and those that think it makes them better if they vote for morons like Joe Biden. The horrendous damage done happened in LIBERAL LEFTIST SHIT HOLES !

Conservative areas have decent cops that aren't constantly dealing with the Black crime syndrome and attendant violence. White people have really put up with enough of the poor me Black population that condones looting as if it's something they have coming.

Well. let me say this once, "THEY GOT NOTHING COMING" ! My dad informed me at a very early age that you have to make a deposit at the bank before you can make a withdrawal. In my opinion the Black race in general hasn't done anything but make withdrawals.

"And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. "

The best thing about old age is that it doesn't last forever.


noone222  posted on  2020-06-20   20:26:55 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#4. To: noone222 (#3)

In my opinion the Black race in general hasn't done anything but make withdrawals.

This was especially so after LBJ gave them everything on a silver platter with his Great Society social programs. :-/

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2020-06-20   21:08:54 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#5. To: BTP Holdings, Open Letter to everyone, (#4)

I won't defend slavery, and I won't try and pretend that there weren't difficult situations and circumstances for Blacks and there were difficult times for the entire country like WW I and WW II, the Depression, the Dust Bowl ... but something that has to be discussed is the fact that most White people didn't see themselves as beneficiaries of any privilege unless they belonged to the elite class of people that only associate with their ilk.

Something else that should be discussed is the fact that the races were separated to such an extent that most White people didn't spend day and night wondering what the Blacks were suffering from because most of them had their own problems. We had 5 kids in my family and my dad always had 2 or 3 jobs, and my mom almost always worked in between brats. My brother and I worked for our dad when we weren't in school. (No privilege).

The Blacks marched for integration. Some of those marches especially in the early stages were disrespected by police and some groups like the KKK. It should be mentioned that after all of the obstacles to obtaining integration were overcome the new cry is for segregation. When I looked at the number of White people marching with Black people in protest over George Floyd I asked myself if segregation was even remotely possible.

Now I'm 70 years old and my parents didn't have any racist commentary or instruction for their kids. My mom loved Fats Domino, and my dad was a Captain on the Indianapolis, Fire Department. He had many men under his command. Some under his command were White, some were Black, and all my dad concerned himself with was if his men lived up to the expectations the Fire Dept. had for them.

I went to Arsenal Technical High School in Indianapolis, Indiana. The school had about 10,000 students on a 79 square acre campus. Seldom did a student have more than one class in each building. The demographics were pretty close to 50/50 Black/White with other minorities at very low levels. The thing to realize about this is that my early life wasn't privileged at all, nor was it without difficulties such as every family learns to overcome. My immediate neighborhood was lower middle class Whites. The Blacks lived for the most part on the other side of a large Park (Brookside Park).

The funniest thing, now that I think about it, we never had race riots at the park or the community center where Whites and Blacks played basketball together everyday that the sun shined. The same doesn't hold true for school. We had riots continually every year that I attended and I graduated in 1968.

I spent the next 4 years in the military sharing duties with, you guessed it Blacks and everyone else of other ethnicities. There were occasional racial differences but nothing outrageous. The military began to cater to Blacks in a variety of ways. Blacks could have beards because they claimed shaving made them get bumps. And as time rolled on Blacks were becoming more militant and started wearing braided Black boot strings that made a thick black band around their wrist. (This was in Vietnam). There was more race talk and it was often uncomfortable. Fights sometimes broke out in the Enlisted Man's Club after a few drinks (and whatever else was ingested).

My roommate (and best buddy in Nam) was a Black guy named Tommy Porter. When off duty we went everywhere together and sometimes the Blacks gave us shit about it. Porter was the smartest guy in our squadron bar none ! At any rate that was just another life opportunity wherein I wasn't isolated from the Black population. When I returned to civilian population I worked road construction for a concrete company and was the only White laborer on my crew.

I mentioned Brookside Park earlier and I ran it for a couple of years before I moved to California. Like I said earlier we didn't have race riots there and it's hard to say why other than we all played basketball everyday and didn't want that to change.

I'm trying to articulate that I have a vast lifetime close experience with Black people and overall those experiences have been positive though I can't say there weren't disagreements and disputes.

I belonged to a loose knit gang called Blanco Zela (White Power) in High School because we were fighting all of the time with Blacks at school. It was primarily all of the guys in my neighborhood so we could watch each other's back. I've never belonged to any group or organization since. Never worked for the government after the military and certainly never ever benefited from this so-called White privilege.

I'll go ahead and say that millions of Black people have improved their lives and the lives of their children. I do believe in giving a hand up but not a hand out. Some of the programs to lift Black people out of poverty were worthwhile and worked. At the same time we must admit that some people were denied opportunities they actually deserved in order for the system to attempt correcting past shortcomings. Many of these programs were just throwing money at the situation and didn't benefit society. I have worked side by side with many hard working Blacks and those are the ones that have lifted themselves up and are trying to live a reasonable life without the riots, assaults, burning and looting. Those people working to improve their family's lot in life should be proud of themselves. Those pitching a bitch all of the time need to shut the fuck up. We have recently elected a Black President, a mistake in my opinion, buy just the same that has to say something doesn't it.

My daughter and grand kids live in Queen Creek, AZ., which is a very mixed race environment. My daughter sent me pictures of a party her boys had at their house and the entire pool area was filled with what looked like the United Nations. These kids (just graduated from H.S. in 2020 with all of the same friends they started H.S. with) all get along and are much closer friends with all races than I was in my early life. They have spent weekends at each others houses and race isn't even a consideration. I can't express just how weary I am of all the bullshit. This meaningless revolution that's trying to destroy America doesn't care about George Floyd, it's an attempt to create enough chaos and destruction to destabilize the government and our way of life.

Those responsible for the damages of the last few weeks should be arrested whenever possible, tried, and given the maximum sentence allowed. Those people are an embarrassment to every struggling Black person in our country and yes, every other race too, because ALL LIVES MATTER.

"And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. "

The best thing about old age is that it doesn't last forever.


noone222  posted on  2020-06-20   23:49:52 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#6. To: Esso (#0)

There is a statue of George Washington on the steps of the South Carolina Statehouse. His cane has been broken, and part of it is missing. One story has it that the damnyankee invaders vandalized it when they burned Columbia in February, 1865. The marks of the cannonballs they fired at the Statehouse are still visible.

The NAACP covers President Washington's statue with plywood and tarps whenever they hold an event on the Statehouse grounds. Cultural expunction is nothing new for Communists red or black.

StraitGate  posted on  2020-06-21   0:08:38 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#7. To: StraitGate, my friends and enemies on 4UM (#6)

Statues are reminders of our history whether good or bad and serve everyone's benefit. Those reminded of the bad deeds done by the personage of the statue are reminded of the evil and can keep it in mind as they take note of the progress made by our society since that individual existed.

I would remind those of us that actually read the Bible that we are "COMMANDED" not to (worship) carve or form images. Thinking about this order given in the Ten Commandments once again I was mystified by the Creator's foresight. Politicians and many citizens are woofing and barking about these statues when there's a distinct possibility the statues were pissing God off, I don't know. I am against destruction of any property. I was instructed by my parents that if something didn't belong to me I was to leave it alone.

Probably the most destructive thing the idiots and assholes savaging people and property across the country have done is severely damage the perception of normal human beings towards Blacks, including BLM, Antifa, and all of the over pierced, over tattooed, and under educated zombies that constantly make claims based on talking points invented by CNN and NBC.

The folks that are serious about change for the better have handicapped themselves and their posterity with respect to improving race relations, which by the way have improved a great deal in my lifetime, by setting up the circumstances within which Antifa members and BLM impersonators burned and busted up everything in sight .

Time heals all wounds is an expression that hasn't applied to the slavery issue even though none in this country either owned or were themselves slaves. (I do consider the tax system in America a form of slavery). The funny thing about all of this angst whipped up on occasion is that it's not normally the subject of conversation between Whites and Blacks.

I do see some Blacks speaking out against the terror and destruction that emerges from the protests which are legitimate functions that camouflage the communists that hijack the protests for their own purposes that haven't a thing to do with George Floyd, or Black deaths otherwise they'd be up in arms about Black on Black crime, Black on White crime, and Blacks disproportionate abortion rate.

When the silent majority just nod and go on when these tragic invasions hijack our morals, values and ethics, and especially when they indiscriminately ruin or destroy the people and property of those very folks they claim to be marching for or claim they are protecting the fraud is made so very visible and everyone. The Black Leadership needs to get their heads out of their asses, their bank account out of the equation, and for once actually do something to really help their people (that are Americans Black or White and our people too). They need to speak out in favor of change maybe but never in favor of the violent outbursts hiding behind the protests because Blacks are being blamed and the movement is inhibited.

America will change because it always has in the past. America will change because equal protection under the law is a valued principle upon which this Republic was founded even though it took a lot of dedication and a willingness to on everyone's part to make these changes.

America will never change at the point of a gun even when it may wish to change. I noticed a post regarding Mohammed Ali's son saying something to the effect that his dad would be angry about the disarray caused by domestic terrorists. I had to think back and when I did I realized what a great man Ali was in his day. He was a thinker and a doer. He spoke out on issues that mattered without soiling them with vitriolic screeching like many so-called leaders use to spark a riot.

Ali was possibly the GREATEST FIGHTER of all time and was kept from being even greater when the FEDERAL GOVERNMENT removed him from boxing IN HIS PRIME. He had become Muslim and decided for himself that he would not take Muslim lives for the U.S. Govt. That was the government's excuse to remove him. He was smart, he was real in his beliefs, and he was determined to make a positive difference to American society. And by God he did ! I have a great deal of respect for Cassius Clay, AKA Mohammed Ali, especially for passing on to his kids the value of truth. And guess what, let me remind you, God said it best; "The Truth Will Set You Free".

"And have no fellowship with the unfruitful works of darkness, but rather reprove them. "

The best thing about old age is that it doesn't last forever.


noone222  posted on  2020-06-21   8:15:39 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#8. To: noone222 (#7) (Edited)

I do consider the tax system in America a form of slavery

The IRS removes all of the excess cash from the system in an attempt to keep inflation down. They are also the collection agency for the Federal Reserve. Not one cent of the taxes collected by the IRS goes to pay off the national debt.

The individual federal income tax does not apply to the average U.S. citizen living and working in the 50 states. And that is a fact.

But people pay it under threat of wage garnishment, property seizure and other tactics used by the tyrannical Infernal Revenuers. ;)

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2020-06-21   10:54:15 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#9. To: Esso (#0)

I didn't watch it. Did the video mention they took down Albert Pike as well?

can't say i'm unhappy about that one. he was a satanist.

"..."In 1834; the Italian revolutionary leader, Guiseppe Mazzini, was selected by the Illuminati to direct their revolutionary program throughout the world. He served in that capacity until he died in 1872, but some years before he died; Mazzini had enticed an American General named Albert Pike into the Illuminati. Pike was fascinated by the idea of a one-world government and ultimately he became the head of this luciferian conspiracy. Between 1859 and 1871 he, Pike, worked out a military-blueprint for three world wars and various revolutions throughout the world which he considered would forward the conspiracy to its final stage in the 20th century. ..."

I had checked online the day before it came down, wondering if it were still there. I didn't think it would ever go down.

" long as there..remain active enemies of the Christian church, we may hope to become Master of the World...the future Jewish King will never reign in the world before Christianity is overthrown - B'nai B'rith speech /

AllTheKings'HorsesWontDoIt  posted on  2020-06-21   12:23:54 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#10. To: noone222 (#7)

Mohammed Ali

When Ali was drafted into the Army shortly after he changed his name, he was sitting in the Army Induction Center.

They called over the loudspeaker, "Cassius Clay, Cassius Clay". The guy sitting next to Ali said to him, "I don't know who this guy is, but he's in a lot of trouble." ROTFLOL

"When bad men combine, the good must associate; else they will fall, one by one." Edmund Burke

BTP Holdings  posted on  2020-06-21   12:44:48 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#11. To: noone222 (#7)

race relations, which by the way have improved a great deal in my lifetime

Which races?

Relations between the white race and the black race have monotonically worsened in my lifetime. I count white/black miscegenation as a degradation in the relationship, not as an improvement.

Whites are less safe in black areas now than they were 40 years ago.

Whites' jobs are less safe than than were 40 years ago -- any real or imagined offense of a black means getting fired.

I could go on.

StraitGate  posted on  2020-06-21   21:47:01 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

#12. To: Each poster here (#11)

Thank you all for some fine stories and excellent thoughts and observations to end my day here.

“The most dangerous man to any government is the man who is able to think things out... without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. Almost inevitably he comes to the conclusion that the government he lives under is dishonest, insane, intolerable.” ~ H. L. Mencken

Lod  posted on  2020-06-21   23:04:21 ET  Reply   Trace   Private Reply  

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