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They were shaking hands and giving hugs to the national guard/swat.
Insane!
What if they had a weapon? what if they went for the officers firearm?
In no way should a citizen ever have direct contact with law enforcement.
 

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I'm sure all that politically inspired Kumbaya won't matter to the dead, injured, looted and burned out folks.

We do notice a conspicuous absence of Pelosi and Schumer shit show. They voice nothing to be judged right or wrong from any position, nothing negative towards the rioters nor the response or lack of it. Amazing not even words about President Trump. When have they ever skipped a week if criticism? oh, just wait till shit settles down and they armchair quarterback everything they refused to get involved in.

Gotta say, AOC made news telling Protesters" how to dress in dark non discript clothing, protective goggles and rubber gloves, things to minimize chemical agents, disable Phone Location and Facial Recognition programs. All about any type of revolution and consistant.
 

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I'm sure all that politically inspired Kumbaya won't matter to the dead, injured, looted and burned out folks.

We do notice a conspicuous absence of Pelosi and Schumer shit show. They voice nothing to be judged right or wrong from any position, nothing negative towards the rioters nor the response or lack of it. Amazing not even words about President Trump. When have they ever skipped a week if criticism? oh, just wait till shit settles down and they armchair quarterback everything they refused to get involved in.

Gotta say, AOC made news telling Protesters" how to dress in dark non discript clothing, protective goggles and rubber gloves, things to minimize chemical agents, disable Phone Location and Facial Recognition programs. All about any type of revolution and consistant.

aoc should be charged with inciting riots......she needs to stfu
 

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After costing her district thousands of jobs and millions of dollars (Amazon) , if the vast majority of the people in her district were not welfare leeches she would be thrown out of office. --- SAWMAN
 

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Slav women for generations tatooed their hands as it made them less attractive to the muslim raiders who for geneations stole them for slave prostitution. Interesting the European nations with the longest histories of muslim oppression, Hungary and Serbia for instance, are the most serious about defying the Kalergi plan (UN immigration mandate).
The russians had a centuries long running battle with the muslims and eventually conquered them.
A little more history. After Genghis Khan, a pagan, died his former forces got broken up into several groups. One group that was likely highly Turkic in ethnicity was the golden horde and became muslim. This group rode for years extending well into slavic lands between Russian and the urals. Those areas for centuries were devastated by raiding.

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Maybe more than you wanted to know.
It lasted to about 1500
The Golden Horde (Mongolian: Алтан Орд, romanized: Altan Ord; Kazakh: Алтын Орда, Altın Orda; Tatar: Алтын Урда, Altın Urda) or Ulug Ulus - lit. “Great State” in Turkic[7] was originally a Mongol and later Turkicized khaganate established in the 13th century and originating as the northwestern sector of the Mongol Empire.[8] With the fragmentation of the Mongol Empire after 1259 it became a functionally separate khanate. It is also known as the Kipchak Khanate or as the Ulus of Jochi.[9]

After the death of Batu Khan (the founder of the Golden Horde) in 1255, his dynasty flourished for a full century, until 1359, though the intrigues of Nogai instigated a partial civil war in the late 1290s. The Horde's military power peaked during the reign of Uzbeg Khan (1312–1341), who adopted Islam. The territory of the Golden Horde at its peak included most of Eastern Europe from the Urals to the Danube River, and extended east deep into Siberia. In the south, the Golden Horde's lands bordered on the Black Sea, the Caucasus Mountains, and the territories of the Mongol dynasty known as the Ilkhanate.[9]
 

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I used to hunt 200 acres in Greene County AL. The land owner was John. His 3 sisters had 200 acres each adjoining the property. So a total of 800 acres of premium farm and game land. Creeks fed the ponds and John fed the wildlife with his crops.
I had the pleasure of hunting with this older man named John for about 6 years. I was a welcomed guest at his dinner table, spent many nights join his home. If we were hunting till dark and had meat to take care of, he insisted I didn't drive the 3 hours home that late at night. He always said, spend the night, hunt in the morning. Hard to pass up.
In Johns modest home was a picture over the mantle of his great grandfather. He referred to him as the Colonel.
Great company, great people. His sister always came down to the skinning shed to see about "getting a little liver" as she would say. We always saved it for her, and she was so happy to get it. She said she had a condition and it was the only meat she could eat. She loved for us to hunt her land. We were always respectful, and she was too.
One night in front of the fire place, the only heat in the home, John volunteered how he and his family got the land they owned.
He said the Colonel was an officer in the Confederate army. A captain. He said when the captain died, his family inherited the land and its still in the family. The colonel split the land between his wife and us, he said. The colonel looked a little like John, so I had to ask the question. He said the colonel bought them as slaves. I told him that must have been hard. He said it was the best thing that ever happened to them, Ive heart all the stories about the colonel, and all of um was good he said. He never treated us any different than his Kin, and he is my great great grandfather. He said we were called slaves, but we were family. It should be that simple.
RiP John.
 
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