Where does it stop?
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That piece of history offends us, so let’s destroy it. Because the Confederacy was offensive…. it all began with Nikki Haley removing the stars and bars from the South Carolina flag while endorsing one of Trump’s election opponents. Her reward, a nice soft job as U.N. ambassador and the beginning of a historical assault on Southern Heritage. The President has been proven right. As the President put it, where does it stop?
Robert E. Lee, one of the greatest Generals…..let’s tear him down.
BLM is offensive…. so let’s remove all references to ML King.
The French offend me….. so let’s tear down the Statue of Liberty.
The British are offensive…. so let’s remove all references to July 4th
George Washington offends me….. so let’s tear down the Washington Monument.
Thomas Jefferson owned slaves….let’s tear down D.C.’s Jefferson Memorial.
Where does it stop?
Pastor Wants Presidents’ Names Removed From Washington, Jackson Parks Over Ties To Slavery
August 16, 2017 10:13 AM
Filed Under: George Washington, Jackson Park, Susanna Song, Washington Park
CHICAGO (CBS) — s on the South Side, saying the city should not honor slave owners in black communities.
A bronze statue of George Washington on horseback stands at the corner of 51st and King Drive, at the northwest entrance to Washington Park.
Bishop James Dukes, pastor of Liberation Christian Center, said he wants the statue gone, and he wants George Washington’s name removed from the park.
“When I see that, I see a person who fought for the liberties, and I see people that fought for the justice and freedom of white America, because at that moment, we were still chattel slavery, and was three-fifths of humans,” he said.
“Some people out here ask me, say ‘Well, you know, he taught his slaves to read.’ That’s almost sad; the equivalent of someone who kidnaps you, that you gave them something to eat.
Dukes said, even though Washington was the nation’s first president and led the American army in the Revolutionary War, he’s no hero to the black community.
“There’s no way plausible that we would even think that they would erect a Malcolm X statue in Mount Greenwood, Lincoln Park, or any of that.