Why are College Professors Encouraging Protest? They Think it is What Their Hero RFK Would Have Done

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But you would be wrong. In 1967 they were protesting a war and peacetime draft. These pampered assholes are protesting democracy. I don't really like RFK. Thought he was nothing more than a political opportunist.
 

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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
 

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He did not care for you, either. :lol:

Civil disobedience is as American as apple pie.
 
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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
Attorney General Bobby Kennedy would have arrested the leaders of these protest and secretly bugged their phone calls. Ohhhh the irony.
 

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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
Attorney General Bobby Kennedy would have arrested the leaders of these protest and secretly bugged their phone calls. Ohhhh the irony.
No, he would not. He would have urged people like you to be arrested.
 

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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
Attorney General Bobby Kennedy would have arrested the leaders of these protest and secretly bugged their phone calls. Ohhhh the irony.
so they should be more like him? wat are you even saying.... you can't even pretend to like RFK for more than one post lol
 
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He did not care for you, either. :lol:

Civil disobedience is as American as apple pie.
This is not civil disobedience. This is a subversive radical anti-American movement advocating the overthrow of the U.S. Government. They are funded by billionaire foreigners like George Soros. Would RFK been in favor of protesters financed by Castro and Mao?
 
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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
Attorney General Bobby Kennedy would have arrested the leaders of these protest and secretly bugged their phone calls. Ohhhh the irony.
No, he would not. He would have urged people like you to be arrested.
He bugged MLKs phones. Ordered J.Edgar Hoover to do so.
 

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He did not care for you, either. :lol:

Civil disobedience is as American as apple pie.
This is not civil disobedience. This is a subversive radical anti-Ametican movement advocating the overthrow of the U.S. Government. They are funded by billionaire foreigners like George Soros. Would RFK been in favor of protesters financed by Castro and Mao?
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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
Attorney General Bobby Kennedy would have arrested the leaders of these protest and secretly bugged their phone calls. Ohhhh the irony.
so they should be more like him? wat are you even saying.... you can't even pretend to like RFK for more than one post lol
they should realize that what they are protesting is democracy. Not something major, like a war, where young people had some skin in the game because of draft. These crybabies...well...are just crybabies. 1960's been over for a long time so stop trying to relive it. Also like how he put Civil Rights Movement in the past tense. Where it belongs.
 

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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
Attorney General Bobby Kennedy would have arrested the leaders of these protest and secretly bugged their phone calls. Ohhhh the irony.
so they should be more like him? wat are you even saying.... you can't even pretend to like RFK for more than one post lol
they should realize that what they are protesting is democracy. Not something major, like a war, where young people had some skin in the game because of draft. These crybabies...well...are just crybabies. 1960's been over for a long time so stop trying to relive it. Also like how he put Civil Rights Movement in the past tense. Where it belongs.
were still at war dumbass
 
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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
Attorney General Bobby Kennedy would have arrested the leaders of these protest and secretly bugged their phone calls. Ohhhh the irony.
so they should be more like him? wat are you even saying.... you can't even pretend to like RFK for more than one post lol
they should realize that what they are protesting is democracy. Not something major, like a war, where young people had some skin in the game because of draft. These crybabies...well...are just crybabies. 1960's been over for a long time so stop trying to relive it. Also like how he put Civil Rights Movement in the past tense. Where it belongs.
were still at war dumbass
No were not dumb ass.
 

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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
Attorney General Bobby Kennedy would have arrested the leaders of these protest and secretly bugged their phone calls. Ohhhh the irony.
so they should be more like him? wat are you even saying.... you can't even pretend to like RFK for more than one post lol
they should realize that what they are protesting is democracy. Not something major, like a war, where young people had some skin in the game because of draft. These crybabies...well...are just crybabies. 1960's been over for a long time so stop trying to relive it. Also like how he put Civil Rights Movement in the past tense. Where it belongs.
were still at war dumbass
No were not dumb ass.
The US Is Now Involved In 134 Wars
The US Is Now Involved In 134 Wars
 

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He did not care for you, either. :lol:

Civil disobedience is as American as apple pie.
This is not civil disobedience. This is a subversive radical anti-American movement advocating the overthrow of the U.S. Government. They are funded by billionaire foreigners like George Soros. Would RFK been in favor of protesters financed by Castro and Mao?
Yes, it is civil disobedience.
 

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Is this your version of "if MLK were alive today" for these new protestors?

why do nazis always bring up some old civil rights leader (someone who they would be degrading in anyother situation), and blame today's protesters for not being more like them?
Attorney General Bobby Kennedy would have arrested the leaders of these protest and secretly bugged their phone calls. Ohhhh the irony.
No, he would not. He would have urged people like you to be arrested.
He bugged MLKs phones. Ordered J.Edgar Hoover to do so.
Link. You know RFK converted JFK to civil rights and to be a supporter of MLK.
 

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