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Erasing History, or Editing it?   General Confusion

Started Jun-13 by Jenifer (Zarknorph); 2045 views.
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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Jun-20

But of course, Leftists feign outrage in their situational hypocrisy . . .

 

MEDDLY

From: MEDDLY

Jun-20

I've said the same way before all this started. Davis, Lee, Hood, Beauregard, etc., turned their backs on the US, just because they were being 'loyal' to the state where they were born.

They were Traitors, period. That's why there's no fort or city named after Benedict Arnold.

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From: Jenifer (Zarknorph)

Jun-21

ElDotardo said:

History matters . . .

In Ancient Rome the heads and hands of the statues were interchangeable, as they had so many assassinations.

If history matters, then why have statues devoted to those who declared war on the the US?

And why have military bases devoted to people who lost wars?

ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Jun-21

Jenifer (Zarknorph) said...

 

ElDotardo said:

History matters . . .

Learn ours if you wish to avoid looking like a down under Karen . . .

 

ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Jun-21

Of course, it's not really about history or freedom . . .

 

Historical Illiterates Deface Statue Of Miguel De Cervantes, A Former Slave…

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Why Cervantes?

Cervantes, famously, was a slave himself- captured by Barbary Pirates, and enslaved in the galleys of Algiers for five years before being ransomed

Barbarians!

 

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Cervantes wrote this about freedom. The ones who tagged his statue, of course, never read it.

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ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Jun-21

Oh, well, if Santayana called it correctly, a civil war redux is in our future.

As the Aussies say, "No worries, mate!" . . . .

 

ElDotardo

From: ElDotardo

Jun-21

 

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"CNN sources tell us that this stature depicts prominent slave trader Mother Teresa carrying a child to be sold at Calcutta's slave market in 1951." - Wolf Blitzer

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