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General Category => History => Topic started by: Solar on March 24, 2019, 11:41:12 AM

Title: This breaks my heart
Post by: Solar on March 24, 2019, 11:41:12 AM
To watch the left infect the nation decade after decade.
Watch, you'll see what I mean.

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Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: midcan5 on April 05, 2019, 01:02:54 PM
I don't get it?  What breaks your heart?  Population growth on the coasts and the 'rust belt'?  You can easily see the industrial areas of New England and now what we call the 'rust belt'?  Our latest made by Americans auto was made in Tennessee, the last three were made in the rust belt, that doesn't make me sad. Now I see Toyota everywhere as if it were American or provided the wage I made when I started this long work journey. LOL that was 100 dollars a week, but the union and eventually management paid lots more in time. Today Americans are so brain washed by dark money politics they look to fantasies as solutions failing to see they too are responsible for the country.

I still love the open road and drive them often, 'see the USA in your Chevrolet, America is asking you to call...'   We have....

"Anti-government sentiment in the United States has risen and fallen in different eras.  During the New Deal of Franklin Roosevelt and the Great Society of Lyndon Johnson, U.S. government programs were expanded; Social Security and Medicare came into being, artists and the arts received federal support, the plight of poor American children was addressed on several fronts, and the Southern system of racial apartheid was gradually but dramatically dismantled.  It was this last intervention that roused anti-government feeling in many white Americans.  They were particularly outraged when Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy called out the National Guard to enforce racial integration of public educational institutions."  Caroline Hamilton (http://www.hnn.us/articles/129715.html)
Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: Solar on April 05, 2019, 01:20:42 PM
I don't get it?  What breaks your heart?  Population growth on the coasts and the 'rust belt'?  You can easily see the industrial areas of New England and now what we call the 'rust belt'?  Our latest made by Americans auto was made in Tennessee, the last three were made in the rust belt, that doesn't make me sad. Now I see Toyota everywhere as if it were American or provided the wage I made when I started this long work journey. LOL that was 100 dollars a week, but the union and eventually management paid lots more in time. Today Americans are so brain washed by dark money politics they look to fantasies as solutions failing to see they too are responsible for the country.

I still love the open road and drive them often, 'see the USA in your Chevrolet, America is asking you to call...'   We have....

"Anti-government sentiment in the United States has risen and fallen in different eras.  During the New Deal of Franklin Roosevelt and the Great Society of Lyndon Johnson, U.S. government programs were expanded; Social Security and Medicare came into being, artists and the arts received federal support, the plight of poor American children was addressed on several fronts, and the Southern system of racial apartheid was gradually but dramatically dismantled.  It was this last intervention that roused anti-government feeling in many white Americans.  They were particularly outraged when Presidents Eisenhower and Kennedy called out the National Guard to enforce racial integration of public educational institutions."  Caroline Hamilton (http://www.hnn.us/articles/129715.html)
You're too young to know, but it was the Republicans that freed the slaves, it was the Pubs that created and passed the Civil Rights Bill, it was LBJ who said "I'll have those niggers voting Dem for life".

LBJ, like most of the party were packed full of racists, think Robert Byrd KKK Grand Dragon, and no, nothing has changed since, the party is a cacophony of bitter racial groups that still hate one another, but hate America even more. Think about their latest move towards antisemitism.
The party is nothing but hate! You really need to get out and read, and not shit that enforces your own bigoted beliefs.

This is what breaks my heart, that so many young people have been infected with the hate that the left has taught as it spread across this Great Nation.
Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: walkstall on April 05, 2019, 06:50:42 PM
You're too young to know, but it was the Republicans that freed the slaves, it was the Pubs that created and passed the Civil Rights Bill, it was LBJ who said "I'll have those niggers voting Dem for life".

LBJ, like most of the party were packed full of racists, think Robert Byrd KKK Grand Dragon, and no, nothing has changed since, the party is a cacophony of bitter racial groups that still hate one another, but hate America even more. Think about their latest move towards antisemitism.
The party is nothing but hate! You really need to get out and read, and not shit that enforces your own bigoted beliefs.

This is what breaks my heart, that so many young people have been infected with the hate that the left has taught as it spread across this Great Nation.


Damn were all young people a sleep in history classics.  All my History teacher are rolling over in their graves.
Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: Solar on April 05, 2019, 07:59:13 PM

Damn were all young people a sleep in history classics.  All my History teacher are rolling over in their graves.
Truth is, they weren't taught American history, they were indoctrinated the PC version, you know, women and minorities of history...
Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: Rotwang on April 05, 2019, 07:59:59 PM
To watch the left infect the nation decade after decade.
Watch, you'll see what I mean.

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OVERPOPULATION is the real enemy.
Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: Solar on April 05, 2019, 08:04:29 PM
OVERPOPULATED Cities is the real enemy. It makes people lazy and leftist.
FIFY
Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: Rotwang on April 20, 2019, 07:28:06 PM
FIFY

CITIES are the real enemy.

Filthy, dependent hellholes of ignorance.

They grow no food, provide no oil nor coal, build no products, do nothing but eat and sh*t.
Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: Solar on April 20, 2019, 08:10:38 PM
CITIES are the real enemy.

Filthy, dependent hellholes of ignorance.

They grow no food, provide no oil nor coal, build no products, do nothing but eat and sh*t.
And want to do away with the Electoral College. :rolleyes:
Yep, they're shit for brains.
Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: s3779m on April 21, 2019, 04:45:00 AM
And want to do away with the Electoral College. :rolleyes:
Yep, they're shit for brains.
They are good for education, a blueprint in slow motion as to what happens when a government, even small, goes liberal. All if not most of the great cities in decline, (San Fransisco, Detroit, Baltimore, Austin, Ect.) were not always extreme liberal, their citizens elected them to be. One big question, can we learn from them? (Venezuela is a good example of the fast motion of what happens, They used to be a rich country)
Title: Re: This breaks my heart
Post by: Solar on April 21, 2019, 08:01:20 AM
They are good for education, a blueprint in slow motion as to what happens when a government, even small, goes liberal. All if not most of the great cities in decline, (San Fransisco, Detroit, Baltimore, Austin, Ect.) were not always extreme liberal, their citizens elected them to be. One big question, can we learn from them? (Venezuela is a good example of the fast motion of what happens, They used to be a rich country)
Good question. I guess one would have to look at the demographic shift taking place as well as a generation about to emerge as a powerful voting block of Conservative/Libertarian thought through gen Z.
They are the rebellion gen, and that's a good thing, because they hate what the millennial have become, they despise the snowflakes.
This alone could cause quite a shift, where the next generations begin thinking about Liberties lost through PC BS.

I read a lot of their social media postings and they are anything but liberal, they are constantly making fun of anything PC. Quite refreshing, indeed.
I don't know if it's enough, but it's definitely the right place to start.