Monday, August 19, 2019

WHERE'S That Old School Kansas City Confederate Monument?!?!

Hint . . . Check the last scene from Raiders of the Lost Ark for the answer wherein top men are working to uncover it's mysteries . . . TOP MEN!!!


Confederate monuments: Where are they now?

According to the latest SPLC tally, there are roughly 780 Confederate monuments standing across the U.S. That's a staggering number of tributes to the losing side of a treasonous insurrection; a war that ended not with a treaty, but with the South's full surrender.


Anonymous said...

Where are the monuments? Just ask Kraske. He’s the cunt in charge of that. The negroes don’t know enough about their own history to know the difference.

Anonymous said...

God Bless the Confederacy.

The worst president ever was Lincoln.

No president in our history ever abused his power, trashed the US Constitution, or committed more crimes than Lincoln. He acted like a total Dictator.

He waged a war that cost the lives of 620,000 Americans. Including the murder of 50,000 innocent Southern civilians.

He suspended the writ of habeas corpus without the consent of Congress (as required by the Constitution).

He had duly elected State representatives illegally jailed without charges.

He illegally imprisoned without warrant or trial some 13,000 Northern citizens who opposed his policies

He illegally shut down and confiscated the printing presses of dozens of newspapers that had spoken out against him.

He re-instated and summarily promoted an Army officer who had been court martialed and cashiered by the US Army for war crimes.

He illegally deported a member of Congress after said congressman criticized his unconstitutional behaviour.

He even had an arrest warrant issued for the Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court because said justice refused to back his illegal actions.

Chief Justice Roger B Taney ruled that Lincolns actions were illegal, criminal and unconstitutional.

Lincoln locked up Maryland legislators to prevent them from voting to secede from the Union, thats kidnapping.

He invaded the South without the consent of Congress as required by the Constitution, thats a war crime.

He blockaded Southern ports without a delclaration of war, as required by the Constitution, thats another war crime.

He imprisoned without trial, hundreds of newspaper editors and owners and censored all newspaper and telegraph communication.

He created three new states without the consent of the citizens of those states in order to artificially inflate the Republican Party’s electoral vote.

He ordered Federal troops to interfere with Northern elections to assure his Party's victories.

He confiscated private property, including firearms, in violation of the Second Amendment; and effectively gutted the Tenth and Ninth Amendments as well.

He had his Generals attack US cities full of women and children and burn them to the ground.

I could go on but you get my point.

Lincoln should have been shot for his actions.

And he was.

Anonymous said...

Lincoln was also a white supremacist. Go figure. Stupid liberals.

During his famous debates with Sen. Stephen Douglas, Lincoln explained to the crowd: “I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races … I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of Negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people; and I will say in addition to this that there is a physical difference between the white and black races which I believe will forever forbid the two races from living together on terms of social and political equality. And inasmuch as they cannot so live, while they do remain together there must be a position of superior and inferior, and I as much as any other man am in favor of having the superior position assigned to the white race.”

Anonymous said...

What is wrong with white supremacy? White people are superior to black people in intelligence, morals, almost anything one wishes to compare them with. Any other conclusion is simple denial.

Anonymous said...

As long as we are criticizing leaders for something done 150 years ago perhaps we should ask how many elected politicians supported gay marriage 20 years ago. I would guess the number is almost zero. Will JFK be labeled a homophobe and delegated to the dustbin of history because he didn't come out in favor of gay marriage in 1960? Times change, attitudes change. Better to let history reflect both the right and the wrong.

Anonymous said...

Old people geezing this morning. if any of you had friends or family, we all would be spared these shitty takes.

Anonymous said...

The only problem we have in this Country today is that Lincoln was killed before he could drive home the fact that the fucking Traitors in the South LOST!



Anonymous said...

7:37: +1000! Imagine what we will be criticized for in 150 years, staring with the environment.

Anonymous said...

7:32 it’s not so much that white people are supreme. It’s mainly about negroes being inferior to all races.

Anonymous said...

Yet Lincoln freed the slaves. Weird.

Anonymous said...

Quid pro quo: remove all monuments to Confederates or the Confederacy, but also rename all streets, buildings, etc. currently named for MLK Jr. or Malcolm X.

Anonymous said...

Dean Baquet, Executive Editor of the New York Times, admits he's ordered his journalists to a redirected focus. In leaks --a specialty of the NYT, but not when the leaks are meant to expose NYT malfeasance--secretly recorded of his staff meetings, Dirty Dean said intense coverage was to be aimed at a "race story" to replace the "Russia story". He's openly asserts that he is aligning coverages about POTUS Trump to be themed on any and all things reflecting "racist" on the president.

Baddie Baquet is very harshly criticized by Michael Goodwin of the New York Post, and from increasingly others at the Post, and other media. They're pointing to the overt leftist slant that the Times has leaned very far into since the 2016 presidential campaign. The cry-bullies of the Left pressured the Times to reissue a story with a replaced headline when the first headline was "too friendly" to Trump. Following the El Paso and Dayton mass shootings, the Times released some issues with "Trump Urges Unity vs. Racism", but quickly cucked to the pouts and shouts of their own leftist newsrooms, Democrats running for POTUS, and those of the public who suffer TDS.

So, FUKABUNCHA fake news the NYT, and elsewhere!!!

Anonymous said...

I support confederate statues and you can be liberal and support them. They were placed after the end of the civil war, which is the bloodiest war in american history. People were literally fighting their neighbors for years and the statues were a put up as not just a reminder, but a forgiveness and welcoming back because your neighbor, who you may disagree with, was still your neighbor.

Anonymous said...

American Indian leaders also hated America. Take down all monuments to them, and also rename all cities, states, topographical features and sports teams named after them.

Anonymous said...

^^ugh. Go take your Metamucil geezer, your take sucks. Do better.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

10:21: I agree with keeping the statues, but they began being erected in the 1890s with another bunch coming in the 1920s with the rebirth of the KKK.

I think they should be left in place so we can remember not to repeat the mistakes that led to Civil War.

Anonymous said...

Even though it may be deeply buried within, most white people do recognize their superiority to negroes. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to realize it. Those that deny it have just been brainwashed with the agenda of white guilt.

Anonymous said...

^^Ugh huh. Hey's Matlock! You love the Matlock...remember?

Anonymous said...

Lotta racists in here today.

Anonymous said...

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Charles Whitman said...

Hey 8:36, Lincoln's Emancipation Proclamation just freed the slaves in the South. Lincoln's goal was to keep the Union together; not civil rights.
We're making a big mistake holding yesterday's choices to today's values, IMO.

NicK said...

Hopefully in a landfill where the traitors belong