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1 hour ago, Libswatter said:

 

Now I'm a racist? Wrong, but I understand. This is what the vacuous shriek when they have nothing else.

That's what he does when he's losing an argument. He called me a pedophile out of the blue for no apparent reason in another thread.

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On 11/30/2019 at 6:42 PM, drvoke said:

 

 

Image result for Rosa Parks statue to be unveiled Sunday in downtown Montgomery

 

 

People are encouraged to attend the unveiling. White people will be situated in the back of the crowd.

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/rosa-parks-statue-to-be-unveiled-sunday-in-downtown-montgomery/ar-BBXzGiG?ocid=spartanntp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – A statue of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks will be unveiled Sunday in downtown Montgomery, an event coinciding with the day in 1955 when Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man.

Her arrest sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott, a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement.

The statue will be unveiled at 1:30 p.m. at Montgomery Plaza at the Court Street Fountain, the city of Montgomery announced.

The statue will be placed approximately 30 feet from the spot where Parks is believed to have boarded the bus.

Along with the Parks memorial, the city will present two historic markers for Browder v. Gayle – the landmark case that ruled segregation on Montgomery buses unconstitutional.

Aurelia Browder, Mary Louise Smith, Susie McDonald and Claudette Colvin will be honored with the markers.

The civil rights memorials are a partnership between the city of Montgomery, Montgomery County, the Alabama Department of Tourism and the Montgomery Area Business Committee for the Arts.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed are among those speaking at the unveiling. Reed made history earlier this year when he was elected as the city’s first African American mayor.

Alabama lawmakers in 2018 voted to name Dec. 1 as Mrs. Rosa L. Parks Day in the state.

 

 

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For shame, whitey.

 

They will deface it somehow. They need to put a camera on it. 

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On 12/3/2019 at 5:30 PM, Olivaw said:


Enjoy your tantrum little boy. Now scram. 

 

Tantrum? Are you shytting me? Again, you suffer from an inability to comprehend.

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On 12/3/2019 at 5:35 PM, RebelGator said:

That's what he does when he's losing an argument. He called me a pedophile out of the blue for no apparent reason in another thread.

 

Yeah....it's part and parcel of being a brain-dead leftie, and another clear indication of his (their) inability to comprehend.

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On 12/2/2019 at 12:13 PM, drvoke said:

 

It will serve as inspiration to all future troublemakers in our society.

 

SIx pages of nonsense and you haven't posted a picture of the statue?
WTH is wrong with you?

 

I'll do it
Rosa Parks is and was a great and courageous lady, well worthy of this honor

 

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Look at the white lady keeping her from standing next to it

She finally got to, later

 

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52 minutes ago, Chuck! said:

 

SIx pages of nonsense and you haven't posted a picture of the statue?
WTH is wrong with you?

 

I'll do it
Rosa Parks is and was a great and courageous lady, well worthy of this honor

 

AI65Z24FBJAUBJQIK4UPKAYLAQ.JPG

 

Look at the white lady keeping her from standing next to it

She finally got to, later

 

merlin_165286785_cdae2192-9e24-4544-afca

damnit. i was hoping the statue would be of her handing donald trump that award for his charitable service to the black community.

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On 12/1/2019 at 9:25 AM, harryramar said:

oh look...here is another example of what guido called a joyous rightists. 

guido thinks zilla is a fine American but guido says liberals are mentaly ill. I give you zilla...exhibit A

rosa parks was a fukking whore

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31 minutes ago, JTZilla said:

rosa parks was a fukking whore

Hop back into your basket

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Just now, Zaro said:

Hop back into your basket

fuc you nigro ho

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1 minute ago, dontlooknow said:

Go away. We can live without your racism it sucker.

fuk  you naga

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1 minute ago, dontlooknow said:

We got enough trump cock suckers in here. 

your momma

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Louis Farrakhan is an American black nationlist and leader of the religious group Nation of Islam (NOI)! He is also a minister.

 

So, how about finding out some trivias and facts about him?

 

His full name is Louis Farrakhan Sr.

His birth name is Louis Eugene Walcott

He was born on May 11, 1933

He is formerly known as Louis X

He is an American black nationalist and minister

Who is the leader of the religious group Nation of Islam (NOI)

Previously, he served as the minister of mosques in Boston and Harlem

And had been appointed National Representative of the Nation of Islam by former NOI leader Elijah Muhammad

After Warith Deen Muhammad disbanded the NOI and started the orthodox Islamic group American Society of Muslims, Farrakhan started rebuilding the NOI

In 1981 he renamed his organization from Final Call to the Nation of Islam

Reviving the group and establishing its headquarters at Mosque Maryam

Farrakhan has been described as antisemitic by the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Anti-Defamation League and others

The NOI promotes an anti-white theology

Some of his remarks have also been considered homophobic

Farrakhan has disputed these characterizations

In October 1995, he organized and led the Million Man March in Washington, D.C.

Due to health issues, he reduced his responsibilities with the NOI in 2007

However, Farrakhan has continued to deliver sermons

And speak at NOI events

In 2015, he led the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March: Justice or Else

Farrakhan was born Louis Eugene Walcott in The Bronx, New York

The younger of two sons of Sarah Mae Manning and Percival Clark

Immigrants from the Caribbean islands

His mother was born in Saint Kitts and Nevis

His father was Jamaican

The couple split before Louis was born

Farrakhan says he never knew his biological father

In a 1996 interview with Henry Louis Gates Jr., he speculated that his father, “Gene”, may have been Jewish

After his parents separated, his mother moved in with Louis Walcott from Barbados who became his stepfather

After Louis’ stepfather died in 1936, the Walcott family moved to Boston, Massachusetts

There they settled in the West Indian neighborhood of Roxbury

Starting at the age of six, Walcott received training in the violin

He received his first violin at the age of six

And by the time he was 13 years old he had played with the Boston College Orchestra and the Boston Civic Symphony

A year later, he went on to win national competitions

In 1946, he was one of the first black performers to appear on the Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour

There he also won an award

He and his family were active members of the Episcopal St. Cyprian’s Church in Roxbury

Walcott attended the Boston Latin School

And later the English High School

From which he graduated

He completed three years at Winston-Salem Teachers College

There he had a track scholarship

Walcott married Betsy Ross while he was in college

In 1955, both of them joined the Nation of Islam

Later, she took the name Khadijah Farrakhan

She lived in Boston

Due to complications from the pregnancy, Walcott dropped out after completing his junior year of college

To devote time to her and their child

The couple are still married

Farrakhan has nine children

Four sons: Mustapha, Joshua Nasir, Abnar, and Louis Jr.

And five daughters: Donna, Hanan, Maria, Fatimah, and Khallada

Farrakhan has been the center of much controversy

 

With critics saying that his political views and comments are antisemitic or racist.

Farrakhan has categorically denied these charges and stated that much of America’s perception of him has been shaped by media.

 



 

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10 minutes ago, Old Mack said:

Louis Farrakhan is an American black nationlist and leader of the religious group Nation of Islam (NOI)! He is also a minister.

 

So, how about finding out some trivias and facts about him?

 

His full name is Louis Farrakhan Sr.

His birth name is Louis Eugene Walcott

He was born on May 11, 1933

He is formerly known as Louis X

He is an American black nationalist and minister

Who is the leader of the religious group Nation of Islam (NOI)

Previously, he served as the minister of mosques in Boston and Harlem

And had been appointed National Representative of the Nation of Islam by former NOI leader Elijah Muhammad

After Warith Deen Muhammad disbanded the NOI and started the orthodox Islamic group American Society of Muslims, Farrakhan started rebuilding the NOI

In 1981 he renamed his organization from Final Call to the Nation of Islam

Reviving the group and establishing its headquarters at Mosque Maryam

Farrakhan has been described as antisemitic by the Southern Poverty Law Center, the Anti-Defamation League and others

The NOI promotes an anti-white theology

Some of his remarks have also been considered homophobic

Farrakhan has disputed these characterizations

In October 1995, he organized and led the Million Man March in Washington, D.C.

Due to health issues, he reduced his responsibilities with the NOI in 2007

However, Farrakhan has continued to deliver sermons

And speak at NOI events

In 2015, he led the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March: Justice or Else

Farrakhan was born Louis Eugene Walcott in The Bronx, New York

The younger of two sons of Sarah Mae Manning and Percival Clark

Immigrants from the Caribbean islands

His mother was born in Saint Kitts and Nevis

His father was Jamaican

The couple split before Louis was born

Farrakhan says he never knew his biological father

In a 1996 interview with Henry Louis Gates Jr., he speculated that his father, “Gene”, may have been Jewish

After his parents separated, his mother moved in with Louis Walcott from Barbados who became his stepfather

After Louis’ stepfather died in 1936, the Walcott family moved to Boston, Massachusetts

There they settled in the West Indian neighborhood of Roxbury

Starting at the age of six, Walcott received training in the violin

He received his first violin at the age of six

And by the time he was 13 years old he had played with the Boston College Orchestra and the Boston Civic Symphony

A year later, he went on to win national competitions

In 1946, he was one of the first black performers to appear on the Ted Mack Original Amateur Hour

There he also won an award

He and his family were active members of the Episcopal St. Cyprian’s Church in Roxbury

Walcott attended the Boston Latin School

And later the English High School

From which he graduated

He completed three years at Winston-Salem Teachers College

There he had a track scholarship

Walcott married Betsy Ross while he was in college

In 1955, both of them joined the Nation of Islam

Later, she took the name Khadijah Farrakhan

She lived in Boston

Due to complications from the pregnancy, Walcott dropped out after completing his junior year of college

To devote time to her and their child

The couple are still married

Farrakhan has nine children

Four sons: Mustapha, Joshua Nasir, Abnar, and Louis Jr.

And five daughters: Donna, Hanan, Maria, Fatimah, and Khallada

Farrakhan has been the center of much controversy

 

With critics saying that his political views and comments are antisemitic or racist.

Farrakhan has categorically denied these charges and stated that much of America’s perception of him has been shaped by media.

 



 

https://www.politico.com/blogs/2016-gop-primary-live-updates-and-results/2016/03/louis-farrakhan-donald-trump-220021

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To idiots like @Duck615 party name is all that matters platforms that they supported or support now are irrelevant to him. To someone like him Democrats own racism and liberalism and those are un American in his beliefs. Unfortunately hes only half right. Republicans have also had a party platform of liberalism and equality but they have shifted from those beliefs just like Democrats have from racism. The party name is only the name the platform it stands for at this point of time is all that matters now.

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51 minutes ago, dontlooknow said:

And farrakhan endorsed trump for 2016. 

 

You think that's bad...he let Obama kiss his ring.

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On 1/13/2020 at 11:24 PM, dontlooknow said:

Suck your trump dick if you must. 

only democrats suck   dick

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On 11/30/2019 at 7:42 PM, drvoke said:

 

 

Image result for Rosa Parks statue to be unveiled Sunday in downtown Montgomery

 

 

People are encouraged to attend the unveiling. White people will be situated in the back of the crowd.

 

 

https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/rosa-parks-statue-to-be-unveiled-sunday-in-downtown-montgomery/ar-BBXzGiG?ocid=spartanntp

(Full article at above link)

 

 

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – A statue of civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks will be unveiled Sunday in downtown Montgomery, an event coinciding with the day in 1955 when Parks was arrested for refusing to give up her seat on a public bus to a white man.

Her arrest sparked the Montgomery Bus Boycott, a pivotal moment in the civil rights movement.

The statue will be unveiled at 1:30 p.m. at Montgomery Plaza at the Court Street Fountain, the city of Montgomery announced.

The statue will be placed approximately 30 feet from the spot where Parks is believed to have boarded the bus.

Along with the Parks memorial, the city will present two historic markers for Browder v. Gayle – the landmark case that ruled segregation on Montgomery buses unconstitutional.

Aurelia Browder, Mary Louise Smith, Susie McDonald and Claudette Colvin will be honored with the markers.

The civil rights memorials are a partnership between the city of Montgomery, Montgomery County, the Alabama Department of Tourism and the Montgomery Area Business Committee for the Arts.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey and Montgomery Mayor Steven Reed are among those speaking at the unveiling. Reed made history earlier this year when he was elected as the city’s first African American mayor.

Alabama lawmakers in 2018 voted to name Dec. 1 as Mrs. Rosa L. Parks Day in the state.

 

 

Related image

 

 

For shame, whitey.

 

Racist statue, should be destroyed.

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On 11/30/2019 at 4:43 PM, Golfboy said:

Clearly this statue will have to be torn down because it will offend Americans. 

Hey goofy boy go pick up the range balls customers are waiting.

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