Black People Politics : White Riot

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    :facepalm: ... Museums are for that very purpose, to store history.


    NAACP Leader: I Disapprove Of Pulling Down Confederate Statues
    "You can't eliminate what history is. So I disapprove with young people pulling down those statues"

    A top NAACP leader on Tuesday publicly spoke out against the move to tear down memorials to Confederate soldiers in the wake of racial violence in Charlottesville, saying that destroying a statue won’t change our nation’s history. Esther M. Lee, the president of the Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, chapter of the NAACP, told a local news station that violence around the issue was simply not worth it ...

    http://thefederalist.com/2017/08/16/naacp-leader-disapprove-pulling-confederate-statues/

    NAACP Leader: I Disapprove Of Pulling Down Those Confederate Statues

    A top NAACP leader on Tuesday condemned the move to tear down statues of Confederate soldiers. "You can't can change what history is," she said.
    thefederalist.com




    AUGUST 16, 2017 By The Federalist Staff


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    Horn wrote this, and nobody is talking about these facts :bye:


    Here's what Robert E. Lee thought about Confederate monuments


    ... Not only did Lee oppose Confederate monuments, "he favored erasing battlefields from the landscape altogether," Horn wrote.
    He even supported getting rid of the Confederate flag after the Civil War ended. He didn't want it flying above Washington College, of which he was president after the war ...


    https://finance.yahoo.com/news/robert-e-lee-thought-confederate-220734970.html

    Here's what Robert E. Lee thought about Confederate monuments

    The violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia, over the weekend, in which one woman was...
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    the riots and Trump are an embarrassment
     
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    Absolutely, you said a mouthful. And the sad part about the riots/monuments, is that even Robert E. Lee didn't approved of the monuments, Confederate flag, and a bunch of other stuff :facepalm:


    ... Not only did Lee oppose Confederate monuments, "he favored erasing battlefields from the landscape altogether," Horn wrote.
    He even supported getting rid of the Confederate flag after the Civil War ended. He didn't want it flying above Washington College, of which he was president after the war ...

    Horn wrote this

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    its time we woke up to whats real in the world today and treated everyone as equals. The white supremacists are so insecure all they can do is riot. Not enough intelligence to actually discuss their warped views
     
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    Did you know that Lee opposed Confederate flags and monuments?

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