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"bloodlines of boxing, black champion, especially American" 한글한글
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"its in the black genes, goes back to slave days"
"thats why we got different nationality champions, they learned a lot from the black race"

"All the different nationality people that come up to me, white, black ,japanese, not even from this country, to support me". "Gives me hope, strength".

-Rodney King
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Igor Antunov wrote:African Americans are locked up behind bars in record numbers, experiencing economic hardship and familial breakdown in record numbers. This is despite planned parenthood basically genociding millions of exclusively black babies since inception. What is there to celebrate?


HEY! We want constant happy-talk. GO AWAY. You're ruining the happy-talk.
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Godstud wrote:It's not confusing. It's simple, unless you are concerned with sex and race. It's just a different take. It's also pretty off-topic and has little to do with this thread.

Sherlock Holmes 1900s Jack the Ripper. Did you see Moriarty the traditional villain of Sherlock Holmes, its the actress from the Tudors, I missed that. They got sex scenes then they keep acting everywhere, gross.
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Godstud wrote:It's not confusing. It's simple, unless you are concerned with sex and race. It's just a different take. It's also pretty off-topic and has little to do with this thread.

OK but how particular is the Holiday. Abraham Lincoln is on Presidents Day ,the Emancipation Proclomation. Martin Luther King Jr. associated with Civil Rights. Inbetween when did the last person hear about the end of slavery. How Republican. An ultra-Republican holiday about Lincoln's full effect everywhere.
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Rancid wrote:@Mike12 , like @BlutoSays has brought the average IQ of pofo down significantly.

I correctly diagnosed the entire holiday from the 1st post on this thread which is a silly "Blackish" sitcom of some strange republican value set with the same ultra republican diagnosis that Abraham Lincoln accomplished Juneteenth with an emancipation proclomation which is already Presidents Day, I would think.
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Mike12 wrote:I correctly diagnosed the entire holiday from the 1st post on this thread which is a silly "Blackish" sitcom of some strange republican value set with the same ultra republican diagnosis that Abraham Lincoln accomplished Juneteenth with an emancipation proclomation which is already Presidents Day, I would think.


What's the problem with a holiday that is focused on the abolition of slavery in America?
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Rancid wrote:What's the problem with a holiday that is focused on the abolition of slavery in America?

Ultra-Republicanism isn't reality. There was displacement(1870), Ku Klux Klan, (1900) , the Great Migration(African American) (1920), and a level of resentment toward the idea of being free among you. What about the chain gangs. I never see anyone online copying the history book, chain gangs.
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Mike12 wrote:Ultra-Republicanism isn't reality. There was displacement(1870), Ku Klux Klan, (1900) , the Great Migration(African American) (1920), and a level of resentment toward the idea of being free among you. What about the chain gangs. I never see anyone online copying the history book, chain gangs.


Where's the point you are trying to make?
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Rancid wrote:what? rephrase the point you are making here.

These are the most settled holidays for 100 years. With 100% African AMerican historians, you assume we would dig it all up and come up with another set of historical holidays from that period? We would reach back and have a Black end of slavery. Frederick Douglas? With 100% African American historians to frame a civil holiday, by the way holy day is from holy, a liberation theology of the people at that point in time. Something about getting a last meal and booted out, I'm totally confused by the contents of the holiday.
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Mike12 wrote:These are the most settled holidays for 100 years. With 100% African AMerican historians, you assume we would dig it all up and come up with another set of historical holidays from that period? We would reach back and have a Black end of slavery. Frederick Douglas? With 100% African American historians to frame a civil holiday, by the way holy day is from holy, a liberation theology of the people at that point in time. Something about getting a last meal and booted out, I'm totally confused by the contents of the holiday.


Mike12 wrote:These are the most settled holidays for 100 years.

so?


Your point is still not clear. What is your concern?
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Anyone ever notice that progressivism and socialism are the natural outcome of board members being a responsible part of politics? Solve this, solve that. Solve homeless. Healthcare.
Rancid wrote:


so?


Your point is still not clear. What is your concern?


The French Revolution and the Human Rights of 1789 aren't the basis of our Revolution of orderly government and continued government. That later revolution, interrupting relations with France like La Fayette , there's one to remember. Now the Government and every program it makes has the tendency to the equality of all its people. Now this is the origin of issues. The people and their legal relations being thwarted with rejected malignant lies concerning who gets to read, beingentitled to more than labor, a slave's labor, what everyone even think is abusively possible between equal populations in those days. We're in a spiral toward the French politic in everything people think of. This is a Holiday out of the Government Spoke, it Spaketh.
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Mike12 wrote:Anyone ever notice that progressivism and socialism are the natural outcome of board members being a responsible part of politics? Solve this, solve that. Solve homeless. Healthcare.


The French Revolution and the Human Rights of 1789 aren't the basis of our Revolution of orderly government and continued government. That later revolution, interrupting relations with France like La Fayette , there's one to remember. Now the Government and every program it makes has the tendency to the equality of all its people. Now this is the origin of issues. The people and their legal relations being thwarted with rejected malignant lies concerning who gets to read, beingentitled to more than labor, a slave's labor, what everyone even think is abusively possible between equal populations in those days. We're in a spiral toward the French politic in everything people think of. This is a Holiday out of the Government Spoke, it Spaketh.


So you are scared of becoming like France? Thus you reject this holiday?
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Which leads naturally to the French Empire's Statue of Liberty in New York Harbor, a gift from the French Anti-Slavery society, the broken chains at the Statue of Liberty's feet. They are a bunch of double-talking liars seems like. Now what's Cinco De Mayo, the French Empire invading and attacking Mexico in 1862, that's the same fight in two places. Dixie saw its states as equal in detail to all the ex-colonial ex-european Empire states of South America like Mexico, Brazil, Chile, and others in detail. It seemed like they tried to share a fight there.
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