Hey white racists, Please stop asking for reparations for the Civil War

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Because your ancestors in the north got them. And 95 years after the civil war ended, descendants of confederate soldiers got them. They got them from 1958 until 2017 for a war none of them were alive for, that none of them fought. They got monthly checks for a war their ancestors fought against the United States. For 33 years I paid my tax money to pay whites who descended from slaveowners and overseers.

U.S. Still Paying a Civil War Pension

The Civil War ended more than 150 years ago, but the U.S. government is still paying a veteran's pension from that conflict.

"One beneficiary from the Civil War [is] still alive and receiving benefits," Randy Noller of the Department of Veterans Affairs confirms.

152 Years Later, The VA Is Still Paying Out A Pension From The Civil War

Not until 1958, ninety-three years after the last shots of the Civil War, did Congress pardon Confederate soldiers and offer them every benefit Union soldiers had enjoyed since March 1865.

Caring for Veterans: The Civil War and the Present - The Journal of the Civil War Era

Northern soldiers had long received benefits.

So let's review:

Confederate veterans and families were also paid US tax dollars for veterans benefits long after the civil war was over and people who were not there or responsible for that war got paid. Descendants of civil wars vets, to include confederates, were paid money long after the war was over, a war they did not fight, paid for what generations before them did.

Stop asking for reparations for the civil war white racists. You already got them.
 

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I wanna know when the Irish are gonna get OUR reparations. And where's my damn museum on the Mall? :auiqs.jpg:
 
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How about everyone not directly affected or even one generation removed stop asking for what is obviously not going to happen?
 
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Confederate veterans and families were also paid US tax dollars for veterans benefits long after the civil war was over and people who were not there or responsible for that war got paid. Descendants of civil wars vets, to include confederates, were paid money long after the war was over, a war they did not fight, paid for what generations before them did.

 
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I wanna know when the Irish are gonna get OUR reparations. And where's my damn museum on the Mall? :auiqs.jpg:
Not to mention the lack of St. Patrick’s parks, streets, boulevards, buildings and crap all over the place!
:boo_hoo14: :CryingCow:
There are all kinds of Irish things in America.
Yeah. Go to any grocery store. Lots of potatoes.
:CryingCow:

The Irish American Heritage Museum is a permanently chartered 501(c)3 non-profit with an educational mission. It is committed to the basic tenet that preserving one’s heritage is vital to providing a cultural and historical foundation to future generations of Americans.

Our museum in Albany, New York, provides year-round access to our exhibits, our Paul O’Dwyer Library, lectures, presentations, film screenings, book signings and other special programs and events.

Irish American History Museum

As part of its educational mission, the Museum provides various resources to its members and the general public.

The Paul O’Dwyer Library contains a number of this world-renowned Irishman’s papers and books, as well as hundreds of volumes related to Irish history, culture and customs donated by other individuals

There are many online sites that provide information on Irish related topics:

Irish American History Museum

Irish American Cultural Institute

Arizona:

Phoenix. Irish Cultural Center

California:
Glendale. Irish Center of Southern California
Los Angeles. Irish in Los Angeles
San Diego. Irish Outreach San Diego
San Francisco. United Irish Cultural Center

Connecticut:
New Haven. Irish American Community Center
Danbury. Greater Danbury Irish Cultural Center
Fairfield. Gaelic-American Club
Hamden. Qunnipiac University. Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum

District of Columbia:
Irish American Museum of Washington, D.C.

Florida:
Florida Irish Heritage Center

Georgia:
Atlanta. Atlanta Irish Music School

Illinois:
Chicago. Irish American Heritage Center

Louisiana:
New Orleans. Irish Cultural Museum of New Orleans

Maine:
Portland. Maine Irish Heritage Center

Massachusetts:
Boston. Boston College Center for Irish Programs, Boston College Irish Institute
Boston. Irish Network Boston
Boston. Irish Cultural Center
Chicopee. Irish Cultural Center at Elms College

Michigan:
Detroit. Celtic League and Irish-American Club of Detroit

Missouri:
Kansas City. Kansas City Kansas City Irish Center
St. Louis. Saint Louis Metro Irish American Club

New Jersey:
Morristown. Irish American Cultural Institute

New York:
Buffalo. The Buffalo Irish Center
New York: Glucksman Ireland House NYU
New York Irish Center
The Irish Arts Center
Rochester.
Irish American Cultural Institute, Rochester, N.Y. Chapter
Irish American Cultural Center of Western New York
Utica: Irish Cultural and Historical Society of the Mohawk Valley

Woodside: Emerald Isle Immigration Center
Yonkers: Aisling Irish Community Center

Ohio:
Cincinnati. Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati
Columbus. The Shamrock Club of Columbus

Pennsylvania:
Philadelphia. The Commodore John Barry USN, Irish Center
Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Irish Center

Rhode Island:
Newport. Museum of Newport Irish History Interpretive Center

South Carolina:
Charleston. The South Carolina Irish Historical Society

Texas:
Dallas. Irish-American Society of Dallas
Houston. William J. Flynn Center for Irish Studies

Virginia:
Richmond. Irish American Society of Greater Richmond

Washington:
Seattle. The Irish Club of Seattle, Washington

Wisconsin:
Milwaukee. The Irish Cultural and Heritage Center of Wisconsin



https://irish-american.org/



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If things are so bad here that you need to get compo for just being here, why haven't you all gone back to Africa?
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If things are so bad here that you need to get compo for just being here, why haven't you all gone back to Africa?
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Well DUH! But these days it's easy to fly to Africa. If blacks are so unhappy here, maybe they should consider going back to Africa, where supposedly, they'd be happier. Reparations is a free one-way ticket to Africa, and we'll even revoke your American passport...
 

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Reparations is not a serious matter. Shit comes up every few years at the beginning of the election cycle.....gets the zombies in the base fired up. Fizzles out altogether every time.
 

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I wanna know when the Irish are gonna get OUR reparations. And where's my damn museum on the Mall? :auiqs.jpg:
Not to mention the lack of St. Patrick’s parks, streets, boulevards, buildings and crap all over the place!
:boo_hoo14: :CryingCow:
There are all kinds of Irish things in America.
Yeah. Go to any grocery store. Lots of potatoes.
:CryingCow:

The Irish American Heritage Museum is a permanently chartered 501(c)3 non-profit with an educational mission. It is committed to the basic tenet that preserving one’s heritage is vital to providing a cultural and historical foundation to future generations of Americans.

Our museum in Albany, New York, provides year-round access to our exhibits, our Paul O’Dwyer Library, lectures, presentations, film screenings, book signings and other special programs and events.

Irish American History Museum

As part of its educational mission, the Museum provides various resources to its members and the general public.

The Paul O’Dwyer Library contains a number of this world-renowned Irishman’s papers and books, as well as hundreds of volumes related to Irish history, culture and customs donated by other individuals

There are many online sites that provide information on Irish related topics:

Irish American History Museum

Irish American Cultural Institute

Arizona:

Phoenix. Irish Cultural Center

California:
Glendale. Irish Center of Southern California
Los Angeles. Irish in Los Angeles
San Diego. Irish Outreach San Diego
San Francisco. United Irish Cultural Center

Connecticut:
New Haven. Irish American Community Center
Danbury. Greater Danbury Irish Cultural Center
Fairfield. Gaelic-American Club
Hamden. Qunnipiac University. Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum

District of Columbia:
Irish American Museum of Washington, D.C.

Florida:
Florida Irish Heritage Center

Georgia:
Atlanta. Atlanta Irish Music School

Illinois:
Chicago. Irish American Heritage Center

Louisiana:
New Orleans. Irish Cultural Museum of New Orleans

Maine:
Portland. Maine Irish Heritage Center

Massachusetts:
Boston. Boston College Center for Irish Programs, Boston College Irish Institute
Boston. Irish Network Boston
Boston. Irish Cultural Center
Chicopee. Irish Cultural Center at Elms College

Michigan:
Detroit. Celtic League and Irish-American Club of Detroit

Missouri:
Kansas City. Kansas City Kansas City Irish Center
St. Louis. Saint Louis Metro Irish American Club

New Jersey:
Morristown. Irish American Cultural Institute

New York:
Buffalo. The Buffalo Irish Center
New York: Glucksman Ireland House NYU
New York Irish Center
The Irish Arts Center
Rochester.
Irish American Cultural Institute, Rochester, N.Y. Chapter
Irish American Cultural Center of Western New York
Utica: Irish Cultural and Historical Society of the Mohawk Valley

Woodside: Emerald Isle Immigration Center
Yonkers: Aisling Irish Community Center

Ohio:
Cincinnati. Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati
Columbus. The Shamrock Club of Columbus

Pennsylvania:
Philadelphia. The Commodore John Barry USN, Irish Center
Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Irish Center

Rhode Island:
Newport. Museum of Newport Irish History Interpretive Center

South Carolina:
Charleston. The South Carolina Irish Historical Society

Texas:
Dallas. Irish-American Society of Dallas
Houston. William J. Flynn Center for Irish Studies

Virginia:
Richmond. Irish American Society of Greater Richmond

Washington:
Seattle. The Irish Club of Seattle, Washington

Wisconsin:
Milwaukee. The Irish Cultural and Heritage Center of Wisconsin



https://irish-american.org/



Chicago Irish American Heritage Festival 2019 in Chicago, IL | Everfest

Stop crying.
I want one in DC, on the Mall, real big, and bright Kelly green. With a great bar.
 
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I wanna know when the Irish are gonna get OUR reparations. And where's my damn museum on the Mall? :auiqs.jpg:
Not to mention the lack of St. Patrick’s parks, streets, boulevards, buildings and crap all over the place!
:boo_hoo14: :CryingCow:
There are all kinds of Irish things in America.
Yeah. Go to any grocery store. Lots of potatoes.
:CryingCow:

The Irish American Heritage Museum is a permanently chartered 501(c)3 non-profit with an educational mission. It is committed to the basic tenet that preserving one’s heritage is vital to providing a cultural and historical foundation to future generations of Americans.

Our museum in Albany, New York, provides year-round access to our exhibits, our Paul O’Dwyer Library, lectures, presentations, film screenings, book signings and other special programs and events.

Irish American History Museum

As part of its educational mission, the Museum provides various resources to its members and the general public.

The Paul O’Dwyer Library contains a number of this world-renowned Irishman’s papers and books, as well as hundreds of volumes related to Irish history, culture and customs donated by other individuals

There are many online sites that provide information on Irish related topics:

Irish American History Museum

Irish American Cultural Institute

Arizona:

Phoenix. Irish Cultural Center

California:
Glendale. Irish Center of Southern California
Los Angeles. Irish in Los Angeles
San Diego. Irish Outreach San Diego
San Francisco. United Irish Cultural Center

Connecticut:
New Haven. Irish American Community Center
Danbury. Greater Danbury Irish Cultural Center
Fairfield. Gaelic-American Club
Hamden. Qunnipiac University. Ireland’s Great Hunger Museum

District of Columbia:
Irish American Museum of Washington, D.C.

Florida:
Florida Irish Heritage Center

Georgia:
Atlanta. Atlanta Irish Music School

Illinois:
Chicago. Irish American Heritage Center

Louisiana:
New Orleans. Irish Cultural Museum of New Orleans

Maine:
Portland. Maine Irish Heritage Center

Massachusetts:
Boston. Boston College Center for Irish Programs, Boston College Irish Institute
Boston. Irish Network Boston
Boston. Irish Cultural Center
Chicopee. Irish Cultural Center at Elms College

Michigan:
Detroit. Celtic League and Irish-American Club of Detroit

Missouri:
Kansas City. Kansas City Kansas City Irish Center
St. Louis. Saint Louis Metro Irish American Club

New Jersey:
Morristown. Irish American Cultural Institute

New York:
Buffalo. The Buffalo Irish Center
New York: Glucksman Ireland House NYU
New York Irish Center
The Irish Arts Center
Rochester.
Irish American Cultural Institute, Rochester, N.Y. Chapter
Irish American Cultural Center of Western New York
Utica: Irish Cultural and Historical Society of the Mohawk Valley

Woodside: Emerald Isle Immigration Center
Yonkers: Aisling Irish Community Center

Ohio:
Cincinnati. Irish Heritage Center of Greater Cincinnati
Columbus. The Shamrock Club of Columbus

Pennsylvania:
Philadelphia. The Commodore John Barry USN, Irish Center
Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Irish Center

Rhode Island:
Newport. Museum of Newport Irish History Interpretive Center

South Carolina:
Charleston. The South Carolina Irish Historical Society

Texas:
Dallas. Irish-American Society of Dallas
Houston. William J. Flynn Center for Irish Studies

Virginia:
Richmond. Irish American Society of Greater Richmond

Washington:
Seattle. The Irish Club of Seattle, Washington

Wisconsin:
Milwaukee. The Irish Cultural and Heritage Center of Wisconsin



https://irish-american.org/



Chicago Irish American Heritage Festival 2019 in Chicago, IL | Everfest

Stop crying.
I want one in DC, on the Mall, real big, and bright Kelly green. With a great bar.
Why? Because there's a black museum there?
 
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Reparations is not a serious matter. Shit comes up every few years at the beginning of the election cycle.....gets the zombies in the base fired up. Fizzles out altogether every time.
Keep on believing that.
 
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95 years after the civil war ended, descendants of confederate soldiers got reparations. They got them from 1958 until 2017 for a war none of them were alive for, that none of them fought. They got monthly checks for a war their ancestors fought against the United States. For 33 years I paid my tax money to pay whites who descended from slaveowners and overseers.

U.S. Still Paying a Civil War Pension

The Civil War ended more than 150 years ago, but the U.S. government is still paying a veteran's pension from that conflict.

"One beneficiary from the Civil War [is] still alive and receiving benefits," Randy Noller of the Department of Veterans Affairs confirms.

152 Years Later, The VA Is Still Paying Out A Pension From The Civil War

Not until 1958, ninety-three years after the last shots of the Civil War, did Congress pardon Confederate soldiers and offer them every benefit Union soldiers had enjoyed since March 1865.

Caring for Veterans: The Civil War and the Present - The Journal of the Civil War Era

Northern soldiers had long received benefits.

So let's review:

Confederate veterans and families were also paid US tax dollars for veterans benefits long after the civil war was over and people who were not there or responsible for that war got paid. Descendants of civil wars vets, to include confederates, were paid money long after the war was over, a war they did not fight, paid for what generations before them did.

Stop asking for reparations for the civil war white racists. You already got them.
 

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