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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerace117 View Post
    Lincoln crushed you "traditionalists" when you tried to break away from the US. He freed the slaves; Jim Crow was a desperate attempt to preserve at least some vestiges of that system.
    Lincoln didn't want blacks to remain in America.

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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerace117 View Post
    Gee, how about you argue against what I actually said? I pointed out that if you treat people like crap for decades, payback will be a bitch---and it is.
    In other words, whites deserve it.

    Meanwhile you've been on record as making excuses for Jim Crow and arguing that the US shouldn't have gone to war with Nazi Germany. Face it. You hate minorities.
    There's plenty of good reason to not have gone to war with Germany, the most obvious is that Germany didn't attack us.

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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by phattonez View Post

    Oh, you mean the Liberia project? That was part of the train of thought that you "traditionalists" were too bigoted to every truly accept African Americans in this country and that they'd be happier back in Africa. As it turned out, African Americans disagreed with the idea and the whole project fizzled out--- especially after you lot began your treason.

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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by phattonez View Post
    In other words, whites deserve it.



    There's plenty of good reason to not have gone to war with Germany, the most obvious is that Germany didn't attack us.
    Uh....no, there are no good reasons not to fight Adolf Hitler's regime, which was the most evil regime on the face of the earth at that time and which was busily exterminating millions of innocent people.

    And yes, maybe the Boers shouldn't have treated the native South Africans like **** if they didn't expect some degree of payback.

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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by lefty louie View Post
    Wasn't the Boston Tea Party an act of civil disobedience?
    No. It was theft and destruction of property much like what Antifa does today...
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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerace117 View Post
    Oh, you mean the Liberia project? That was part of the train of thought that you "traditionalists" were too bigoted to every truly accept African Americans in this country and that they'd be happier back in Africa. As it turned out, African Americans disagreed with the idea and the whole project fizzled out--- especially after you lot began your treason.
    Should Africans have ever been brought here?

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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerace117 View Post
    Uh....no, there are no good reasons not to fight Adolf Hitler's regime, which was the most evil regime on the face of the earth at that time and which was busily exterminating millions of innocent people.
    Except for Stalin, who was also busily exterminating millions of innocent people and invading countries. Why did we ally with him again?

    And yes, maybe the Boers shouldn't have treated the native South Africans like **** if they didn't expect some degree of payback.
    Whites in South Africa deserve to be killed. Got it.

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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by phattonez View Post
    Should Africans have ever been brought here?
    Should slaves have been brought here? No, I don't think there should have been slavery in this country, ever.

    Should Africans have been brought here? If they were brought here and treated the same as everyone else, then I don't think anyone would have a problem.

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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by phattonez View Post
    Except for Stalin, who was also busily exterminating millions of innocent people and invading countries. Why did we ally with him again?



    Whites in South Africa deserve to be killed. Got it.
    And the interesting thing is that ole Adolf accomplished the monumentally difficult feat of being worse than Stalin. Guess that's why we allied with the Brits and Russians. Oh, and the fact that U-Boats were killing American sailors, and the fact that Germany's allies were rampaging through Asia.

    Those who support apartheid can't be surprised when payback comes along and bites them in the ass

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    Re: Is "Civil Disobedience" a legitimate tool to effect government change?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tigerace117 View Post
    And the interesting thing is that ole Adolf accomplished the monumentally difficult feat of being worse than Stalin. Guess that's why we allied with the Brits and Russians. Oh, and the fact that U-Boats were killing American sailors, and the fact that Germany's allies were rampaging through Asia.
    The Brits carpet bombed cities, and the Soviets mass raped Germany. Both sides were disgusting, and we should have had no part in it.

    Those who support apartheid can't be surprised when payback comes along and bites them in the ass
    We get it. You think that all of the whites should die.

    Who shall ascend the hill of the Lord? And who shall stand in his holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart, who does not lift up his soul to what is false, and does not swear deceitfully. Psalm 24
    "True law is right reason in agreement with nature . . . Whoever is disobedient is fleeing from himself and denying his human nature [and] will suffer the worst penalties . . ." - Cicero

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