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    ...are destroying the history of the US with lies to the uneducated. They're telling blacks and libruls that the monuments to the civil war as it relates to the South are offensive symbols that should be erased from American history. Even here in Orlando there is a statue of "Rebel Boy" at downtowns Lake Eola, Been there for 100 years. All of a sudden our elitist mayor Buddy Dwyer who ripped the city coffers dry to the point off us being in debt to build this fucking Concert/ Broadway Play Hall that no native here wants to or can afford to visit decides arbitrarily to tear it up and move it to some "cemetary". This is the same moron that threw the blacks out of the Parramore District to build a stoopid billion dollar fucking SOCCER STADIUM! Anyway, the Yanks are telling the uninformed that the war was fought over slavery. That's a crock of shit! It was fought because the North/ Feds were taxing the fuck out of the goods that were produced by Southern slaves, ergo, making a huge contribution to their industrialization. The South knew that the North would eventually use it to overwhelm them and in their minds, take over the whole kittin' kaboodle. They rebelled. Many blacks volunteered to fight the Yanks.The librul fucks tried to erase WW2 and failed. Now they are erasing another part of American heritage. Like it or not, It's our heritage. They're raping the fuck out of NOLAs history in a shameful way. They bitch & moan about Trump doing diversions when they beat this Russian media drum, meanwhile doing more damage to the US than Trump could on his dumbest day...jusayn'.

    http://www.slate.com/articles/news_a..._down_the.html

  • #2
    I think you've caught the same brain disease WTC has.

    Jus' sayin'.

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      • #4
        I was in Charleston, S.C. this past week and went on a boat tour of Charleston Harbor. Found out from the captain who was doing commentary during the tour that the Civil War started because of the high taxes. Not the issue of slavery. High taxes. The amount of history that people from the south are either willing to ignore or are too stupid to understand is mind boggling.

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        • #5
          How many Nazi monuments are still standing in Germany?

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Zach11k View Post
            How many Nazi monuments are still standing in Germany?
            Why would you have monuments to the side that lost anyway? It's like the South went and issued a bunch of participation trophies.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by spudoc View Post
              I was in Charleston, S.C. this past week and went on a boat tour of Charleston Harbor. Found out from the captain who was doing commentary during the tour that the Civil War started because of the high taxes. Not the issue of slavery. High taxes. The amount of history that people from the south are either willing to ignore or are too stupid to understand is mind boggling.
              Thats a pretty cool tour. Did you feed the seagulls from the back of the boat?

              The cannons on the battery are pretty awesome too, as well as the smell of the Ashley river (not as bad now since the EPA regulated the paper mills upstream, but hey, who needs that job killing regulation now).

              One point of the Civil War that is often missed is this: The south had control of all the ports that sugar, coffee, rubber, ect easily flowed through into the country, as well as 95% of the cotton and rice production of the entire country. The north would never survive without these resources, and they could not allow the south to secede and control them. That was the main reason for the war. Slavery was not it. It was money and survival.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DandyDon View Post

                Thats a pretty cool tour. Did you feed the seagulls from the back of the boat?

                The cannons on the battery are pretty awesome too, as well as the smell of the Ashley river (not as bad now since the EPA regulated the paper mills upstream, but hey, who needs that job killing regulation now).

                One point of the Civil War that is often missed is this: The south had control of all the ports that sugar, coffee, rubber, ect easily flowed through into the country, as well as 95% of the cotton and rice production of the entire country. The north would never survive without these resources, and they could not allow the south to secede and control them. That was the main reason for the war. Slavery was not it. It was money and survival.
                Go read South Carolina's Declaration of Seccession. Not one time in their document do they mention anything at all about economic differences, trade issues or taxation disputes. The singular issue that is addressed in the declaration is slavery. Particularly that the states of the North refused to capture and return slaves back to the South.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by spudoc View Post

                  Go read South Carolina's Declaration of Seccession. Not one time in their document do they mention anything at all about economic differences, trade issues or taxation disputes. The singular issue that is addressed in the declaration is slavery. Particularly that the states of the North refused to capture and return slaves back to the South.
                  Dude, I live in SC and know our history. The north used the slavery issue to further their real agenda because they knew the south would never accept the slave freedom without recompense, and its always about the bottom line. We had 5.000 slaves coming into the Charleston slave market every month.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by spudoc View Post

                    Why would you have monuments to the side that lost anyway? It's like the South went and issued a bunch of participation trophies.
                    Ask OJ Simpson.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Zach11k View Post
                      How many Nazi monuments are still standing in Germany?
                      Are you serious? Germans are so guilt tripping over Hitler, they won't even be white in 30 years......

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                      • #12
                        You should take the tour at Brookgreen Gardens in Myrtle Beach. They crossed the rice strain that is still the most used/grown in all the US to this day. The life expectancy of a slave was 28 years old working in the marshes growing rice (which was actually SC's most valuable export, not cotton). Miles and miles of pretty much swamp that was cleared by slave hand. It was an eye opening experience. The flooding techniques using trunks, ect are amazing.

                        There are still slave decedents living on islands to this day who get to school by boat every day.

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                        • #13
                          There weren't many battles fought here but there were a few. There is a small brass plaque on the wall of a building in old town that states that there was a battle there. It was there for a 100 years and no one really even knew about it. One day someone said something about it on the radio and all hell broke loose. Marches, counter marches, debates, etc. Finally the wittle snowflakes won and the plaque was removed so that no more sensitivities will be disturbed when someone finds out that there was a battle 150 years ago.

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                          • #14
                            That's what I'm talking about. The Phillips P_hile did a 1/2 assed survey and found 70% of Orlandeans didn't even know Rebel Boy existed until the CarpetBaggers stirred up shit over it. It's a statue of a little boy FFS!!

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                            • #15
                              I'm thinking if they just renamed him "Lefty Boy" the fucking asswipes would hit 95N and get the fuck out of here!

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