Tuesday, July 25, 2017

What should we do with monuments to slaveholders who weren’t Confederates?

Lest we forget, the institution of slavery, while certainly deplorable, has a historical context embedded in the economic fabric of the evolution of these United States of America, and most notably in the agricultural South. If we, as a nation, decide that it is in our mutual interest as a civilized society to remove historical monuments to slave owners and those who supported that most reprehensible of institutions with its long history in the United States of America, then perhaps we should start with the removal of monuments to Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Ben Franklin, James Madison, other signers of the Declaration of Independence and the rest of the 12 presidents who held slaves.

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9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not provide a podium for them is what we should do.

Anonymous said...

You're an idiot. I was looking for a real reason to stop following you. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
You're an idiot. I was looking for a real reason to stop following you. Thanks

July 26, 2017 at 1:10 AM

No your mom is an idiot you dumb Butthurt, Triggered LIBTARD!!

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
You're an idiot. I was looking for a real reason to stop following you. Thanks

July 26, 2017 at 1:10 AM

DANG JT... You struck a nerve with that HOMO!

Anonymous said...

So go 1:10....yes JT this will be the next issue, right now its easy to focus on the Confederates because only the South are now perceived as the only slave owners.....which in fact is not true.....so logical question how long before the snowflakes turn their attention to other prominent political faces and begin removing them from our American history heritage!!!!

Anonymous said...

Thanks for your attempt at completing an actual sentence 1:10.

Anonymous said...

I don't know, what about all the German soldiers who were not Nazis?

Anonymous said...

Blacks Whites and Jews were all slave owners.

Anonymous said...

well, if you remember your history the emancipation proclamation only applied to slave holders in states were were presently in rebellion
it didn`t apply to slaves and slaveholders in the northern states so monuments to those people are safe.