Virginia unrest & casualties.

Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Fat Tony » Aug 12, 2017 9:43 pm

I understand there is a tense situation unfolding in Virginia. The municipality, a well known college town, has been planning to remove a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee. A young lady, 32 years of age has been killed. Two troopers who were crewing a helicopter, died when their aircraft crashed. The Governor has declared a state of emergency. The anti govt protestors have been planning extensively for this event as have municipals. It will be interesting to hear the results on the helo crash inquest.

Similarly, Mikmaq protestors have been making noises about forcefully removing a statue of a member of the Cornwallis clan from a park adjacent to the Halifax train station.

One thing which nags me about the Mikmaq protestors is that all registered Mikmaq persons are by law full U S citizens since the Watertown Treaty (get in the wayback machine).

How much of the anti Cornwallis sentiment is domestic, and how much of it is an import? Is there any genuine grievance somewhere in there, or is it just any old excuse will do?
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Bearsy » Aug 13, 2017 3:50 am

I find it very strange that, out West, Louis Riel has statues. And roads and schools named after him.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Americalex » Aug 13, 2017 12:49 pm

All I know is, protesting is a fundamentally humanist act. The whole affair is a manifest collection of humanists basically.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Bearsy » Aug 13, 2017 1:25 pm

How much of the world is humanist? 50%? 80%
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Americalex » Aug 13, 2017 1:29 pm

That sounds about right, but also individuals are themselves partially humanist to varying degrees depending on the intensity of their access to indoctrination. Swoop in much of the atheists, protestants, V2 catholics (who are at various stages of humanist inculcation)... and then mix in all of the groupings from other originations such as buddhist, hinduists and islamics who have dipped into the humanist construct, never forgetting the sizable minority of pedo-satanists at the core of the organism who basically foment and nourish it through institutitonal impositions, the various neo-pagan pathetics as well as the various cohorts of new agers (such as the pantheistic atheists, freemasons, etc.) and you do indeed end up with such a highly dissonent segment of mankind.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Bearsy » Aug 13, 2017 1:35 pm

So with so many humanists about its almost a pointless descriptor.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Americalex » Aug 13, 2017 1:49 pm

Most are humanist because they've been deceived into it, the number of cognizant humanists who truly embrace evil is much smaller. Their base may be huge because of their extreme efforts to expand and exert control over the world, but this grasp is slippery and shaky at best, especially now that the information age is beginning to shine a much needed light unto the delusional garbage of that crestfallen creed. Most people are agnostic, and open to a fair hearing about truth. Only the noisy rabble gets its fit from spamming their trash minded thoughts on everything, in a vain effort to assert themselves as any kind of meaningful leaders of wider broader masses, who in fact share little to no inclination for such profanities.

The word humanist is extremely useful, it is through it that their grip on things will be sundered.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Fat Tony » Aug 13, 2017 3:31 pm

Bearsy wrote:I find it very strange that, out West, Louis Riel has statues. And roads and schools named after him.


I suppose it is better than naming Cdn. schools after some marginal flip mookwie whom nobody has ever heard of.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Americalex » Aug 13, 2017 4:50 pm

The real shocker about the humanist false religion is that the core instigators are pedo-satanists, who believe in revealed religion but consider themselves engaged in a war against God, with the double whammie that those pedo-satanists are in fact crypto-muslims who serve Islam because it has been their historical sponsor to weaken and destroy the West from within since the beginning. The hordes of proverbial goblins and orcs which compose islamo-humanity are a derelict bunch indeed. It's the mystery of inequity operating in individuals due to the nature of free-will, echoing from the lameness of the movie Promotheus. Why do souls like Bearsy choose to be evil? "Because they can".
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Americalex » Aug 14, 2017 7:37 pm

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A rabble rouse of humanists glorifying the nazi and lljjjsdfadsldfasjfsdajfsdafjlasdfjadsfj

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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Bearsy » Aug 15, 2017 8:42 pm

It took me longer than it should have to figure out which key on alex's keyboard was broken.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Bayowolf » Aug 17, 2017 7:06 pm

The Founding Fathers wrote:Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.


How many statues of Benedict Arnold are there in this country? Perhaps, ZERO??

Then, why, in the name of YHWH, is the landscape dotted with statues of these other traitors?

Trump (and others) need to read a fucking book.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Americalex » Aug 18, 2017 9:17 am

The most intelligent comments I saw were to move them in historical sites where they could be understood in their proper context, instead of destroying them, and instead of the current situation where these doubtful characters dot the parks with their monunents. I would certainly hope that they'd divest from the Albert Pike statue in Washington, it would be quite a start.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Windwalker » Aug 18, 2017 10:52 am

Bayowolf wrote:
The Founding Fathers wrote:Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.


How many statues of Benedict Arnold are there in this country? Perhaps, ZERO??

Then, why, in the name of YHWH, is the landscape dotted with statues of these other traitors?

Trump (and others) need to read a fucking book.


The answer to your question is simple. Monuments such as this are erected with the primary purpose causing the reaction they have in persons such as yourself. They are there to "thumb the nose" at persons such as yourself more-so than as an actually tribute to the person being imaged.

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As far as equating Lee and Davis with Benedict Arnold, though, that is a bit much..... Arnold was actively back-room dealing with the Enemy whilst wearing a US uniform and holding a position of command in the Continental Army. Lee and Davis were facing off in open battle (allegedly per their constituents request, but thats a debate of its own) at the request of their State body.

At the end of the Civil War, great lengths were taken to "intigrate" the confederate units back into the US military, to the point where there are still National Guard units in the south today that have confederate nomiclature and signage....

But most of these monuments were not erected in the aftermath of the conflict, but rather in recent decades to irritate people like Beo.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Bayowolf » Aug 18, 2017 11:05 am

The answer to your question is simple. Monuments such as this are erected with the primary purpose causing the reaction they have in persons such as yourself.


Oh, kind of like what would happen if I stuck a statue of Erasmus ("the Prince of the Humanists") in the middle of Alex' front yard. :lol:

OTOH: I hope that they'll understand that I'm only making a point when I pull one of these statues down.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Fat Tony » Aug 18, 2017 12:25 pm

What I am learning from this general go around is the many creative ways a story can be spiked. lol

Any news on the Helo crash?
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Americalex » Aug 18, 2017 12:30 pm

Bayowolf wrote:Oh, kind of like what would happen if I stuck a statue of Erasmus ("the Prince of the Humanists") in the middle of Alex' front yard. :lol:.

Would it be legit if I thanked you for the gift, transport trucked it into my garage and made a nice buck off of it online?

Erasmus.. that moron who advocated dropping all arms and letting the caliphate take over the West by removing all armies and letting the door for invasion wide open instead of trying to confront and defeat Islam where it stands, suggesting that westerners embrace socialist "soviet/venezuelian" style poverty and feebleness in order to "show conquering Islam who's the boss in our own way".

Oh wait, that's exactly precisely what contemporary humanists across the West are busy doing as fast as they can.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Fat Tony » Aug 18, 2017 2:11 pm

Import more Huns. No, I rarely see Hun immigrants -to Canada, anyways. They see what we have to offer & say no thanks!
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Americalex » Aug 18, 2017 3:04 pm

Eastern Europe still have the yoke of humanist tyranny fresh on their minds, they are not about to let the same crowd (now taking up residence in the E.U. and elsewhere) strip them of their sovereign governments anytime soon. In many ways they are better off than we are, because they are well aware of the evils associated with the humanism that is so espoused here and elsewhere.
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Re: Virginia unrest & casualties.

Postby Fat Tony » Aug 18, 2017 5:13 pm

We need more Romanian & Hungarian metal working businesses / workers / instructors. Scratch that, they are a bad fit for Canada's process bound manufacturers, trade unionists, and process bound bureaucracy!
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