Discussion in 'Politics' started by Snouter, Aug 13, 2017.
It is divisive.
Divisive is irrelevant unless the authority that owns the venue, location or property where the statue or memorial is displayed and those owners use divisiveness as the reason for voting or otherwise determining the statue or memorial should be removed. Hence, your concept relies on the community or authority declaring the statue or memorial is divisive as was done with the Confederate flag and memorials.
Good luck with that.
Did a Confederate flag ever cause ghetto riots?
Here forked tongued Micheal King says riots are okay! Very troubling that he supports violence!
It's not about whether it's divisive, it's about whether the ideals of the person who the statue is about are not the ideals people want to promote in the 21st Century.
I have no ideal what the ideals of Micheal King, he simply read speeches written by his jewish handlers.
Well, the Constitution says that rising up against the government is okay. That doesn't mean you want it to happen every day. Rioting is, at times, the only form of protest that is viable. Doesn't mean it's always acceptable.
Yeah, right, and don't forget the aliens too dude.... they're as important as the Jews you know.
Hillary snowflakes think that MLK is still alive
MLK never advocated dividing the country in half. He advocated inclusion. That's why a right wing f*ck murdered him.
DUH! WTF is wrong with you?
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