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Re: Insurrection and the Second American Civil War
« Reply #1200 on: July 15, 2021, 05:50:29 AM »
Under apartheid, white South Africa was a European country and blacks did not participate in the freedom and prosperity.  The system was overthrown in 1994.  There was no reason (in RSA or USA) that the drive for racial equality has to include Marxism and throwing away prosperity instead of making what whites once had, economic and political freedom, available to all.

Strange to categorize a country moving full speed backwards a 'developing' country. Developing what?  Anarchy? Civil war?
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Re: Insurrection and the Second American Civil War
« Reply #1201 on: July 15, 2021, 08:42:08 AM »
Under apartheid, white South Africa was a European country and blacks did not participate in the freedom and prosperity.  The system was overthrown in 1994.  There was no reason (in RSA or USA) that the drive for racial equality has to include Marxism and throwing away prosperity instead of making what whites once had, economic and political freedom, available to all.

Strange to categorize a country moving full speed backwards a 'developing' country. Developing what?  Anarchy? Civil war?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4LSuZGlqL34

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man "earns" spot on CNN
« Reply #1204 on: July 25, 2021, 06:42:18 AM »
https://dailycaller.com/2021/07/24/tucker-carlson-laugh-heckler-montana/

look out for him next week

and the Mario's kid show.

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Re: Lessons from SA
« Reply #1207 on: July 26, 2021, 05:51:28 AM »
Our future may look like theirs but in my observation it is not the underclass fueling the uprising here.  It is mostly rich, mostly white, liberal Leftists in the lead and at the rallies.

Colin Kaepernick has a white mother and was underperforming on a $126 million contract when his grievances went viral. Sure he wanted underclass blacks to rise up but what he got mostly was support from the rich, mostly white media academia elite.

BLM co-founder who is on a house buying spree is black but clearly rich at least now selling books and tv movie production rights.  Like AOC, there's your anti-capitalism for you, book deals against capitalism, or what we call 'cognitive dissonance', meaning bullsh*t. Leftist cover media says she only got a hundred thousand dollars from the 501c3 BLM, like they count every dollar, but she got millions in total.
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2021/04/19/fact-check-misleading-claim-blm-co-founders-real-estate/7241450002/

Nikole Hannah-Jones is black but her 1619 project runs wild because of the white NYT media academia establishment who don't give a rip about black outcomes.

Think about it, a race war or the destruction of our economic system doesn't enrich ordinary blacks trying to better themselves.  Interestingly, Black entrepreneurship that Republicans favor does.

When did apartheid, using the term loosely, end in the US?  Isn't affirmative action the opposite of apartheid? Affirmative Action began in the US in 1961. You have to be 78 years old today to have entered the adult workforce in America before Affirmative Action was the law of the land.  Apartheid in South Africa was not subtle, private discrimination.

Blacks aren't poor in America except in the sense that we pay so many people so much money to not participate in our economic system and too many of those people are black.

Blacks in US have only been kept down by American education only by Leftist, anti- choice teachers unions.  Their protests are against themselves. Rich white liberals, mostly, protesting the long term damage of rich white liberalism. The civil war seems to follow the blue areas of the red blue map, cf. Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle.
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Re: Insurrection and the Second American Civil War
« Reply #1208 on: July 26, 2021, 06:19:36 AM »
"Blacks aren't poor in America except in the sense that we pay so many people so much money to not participate in our economic system and too many of those are black.
Blacks in US have only been kept down in American education by Leftist, anti- choice teachers unions.
Their protest is against themselves. Rich white liberals, mostly, protesting the long term damage of rich white liberalism."

I was thinking the same thing watching Rev cockroach Al on morning Joe turned douchbag
this am. ( reminds me of Arnold - hang out with libs too long and look what happens
  - they turn into girly men)

they like to blame everyone else and point the finger at everywhere but themselves
     where the real problem is .......




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Re: Lessons from SA
« Reply #1209 on: July 26, 2021, 08:05:35 AM »
On a practical level, do any of your points matter?


Our future may look like theirs but in my observation it is not the underclass fueling the uprising here.  It is mostly rich, mostly white, liberal Leftists in the lead and at the rallies.

Colin Kaepernick has a white mother and was underperforming on a $126 million contract when his grievances went viral. Sure he wanted underclass blacks to rise up but what he got mostly was support from the rich, mostly white media academia elite.

BLM co-founder who is on a house buying spree is black but clearly rich at least now selling books and tv movie production rights.  Like AOC, there's your anti-capitalism for you, book deals against capitalism, or what we call 'cognitive dissonance', meaning bullsh*t. Leftist cover media says she only got a hundred thousand dollars from the 501c3 BLM, like they count every dollar, but she got millions in total.
https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/factcheck/2021/04/19/fact-check-misleading-claim-blm-co-founders-real-estate/7241450002/

Nikole Hannah-Jones is black but her 1619 project runs wild because of the white NYT media academia establishment who don't give a rip about black outcomes.

Think about it, a race war or the destruction of our economic system doesn't enrich ordinary blacks trying to better themselves.  Interestingly, Black entrepreneurship that Republicans favor does.

When did apartheid, using the term loosely, end in the US?  Isn't affirmative action the opposite of apartheid? Affirmative Action began in the US in 1961. You have to be 78 years old today to have entered the adult workforce in America before Affirmative Action was the law of the land.  Apartheid in South Africa was not subtle, private discrimination.

Blacks aren't poor in America except in the sense that we pay so many people so much money to not participate in our economic system and too many of those people are black.

Blacks in US have only been kept down by American education only by Leftist, anti- choice teachers unions.  Their protests are against themselves. Rich white liberals, mostly, protesting the long term damage of rich white liberalism. The civil war seems to follow the blue areas of the red blue map, cf. Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle.

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Second American Civil War, Kavanaugh charges revisited
« Reply #1210 on: July 29, 2021, 02:13:46 PM »
I think I have the right thread here.  What was done to Justice Clarence Thomas, high tech lynching, and what was done to Brett Kavanaugh, if these were not serious concerns, then they were acts of war.  Either young Brett Kavanaugh ran a gang rape organization where his female classmates kept coming back for more voluntarily every week, or he did not.  If it's false, that level of attack is an act of war and insurrection.  It's still relevant today because the people who did it rose from there to President and Vice President. 

IF it was serious, the narrative agenda media and Democrats would have endless follow up it but they don't.  There isn't any follow up of course because the charges weren't credible, serious or genuine then and every bit of follow up bears that out.

https://stream.org/fake-rape-charges-and-the-lunatic-media-why-the-la-times-rescinded-a-request-for-a-police-report-that-never-existed/

Fake rape charges, IMHO, should have the same penalty as the rape charged.