Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Here Are the Heroes Whose Statues Black Lives Matter Has Attacked: War heroes, Founding Fathers, explorers, abolitionists, and a Scottish king.

Via John "We are sitting idly by while the Law of the Jungle is destroying our history, our heritage and all the other things that made this the greatest nation in history.  For what?  For a pack of lies being peddled by  neo-racists and proto-Marxists?  I never thought I'd see horrible days like this in this country and I think we need to start thinking the unthinkable, because this is not going to fix itself and I choose not to become a serf to some socialist fat cats in DC.   Will you?"

The statue of Raoul Wallenberg, the Swedish diplomat who saved thousands of Jews during the Holocaust,  stood at the corner of Fairfax and Beverly in Los Angeles. When the racist mobs swept through the area, looting Jewish stores and defacing synagogues with "BLM" and "Free Palestine" graffiti, the statue of a man who risked his life to resist fascism and bigotry was one of their targets.
The racists and leftists vandalizing statues across the world claim that they’re fighting hate, but their targets have often been the men and women who courageously stood up to racism and hatred.

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