Redneck Trash and Rebel Flags

Redneck Trash and Rebel Flags

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Chase

Fort Worth, TX

#1 May 31, 2013
They are miserable loosers in society
All The Same

El Dorado, AR

#4 May 31, 2013
Not even worth answering. Talk to yourself Gooberlips.
yep

El Dorado, AR

#5 May 31, 2013
Chase wrote:
They are miserable loosers in society
How about people so simple minded they can't even spell the word "loser" correctly?

To me rednecks and white trash are the same thing. Being proud of being a redneck is like being proud of being a n****r. Its claiming the word like its something to be proud of but people only do it so they can still act like trash and not have to feel bad about their sh*tty lifestyle.

But there shouldn't be anything wrong with the rebel flag. Seriously. Its a symbol of Southern pride and nothing else. Political agenda against the South made the rebel flag into a symbol of racism.
Truth Hurts

Camden, AR

#6 May 31, 2013
Chase wrote:
They are miserable loosers in society because I am another illiterate NIGGER that forgot slaves existed in the north once and they flew stars and stripes then but fewer stars. Other words I'm such a dumb inbred NIGGER and thought only the south had pet NIGGERS! Guess both flags hate us NIGGERS!
Don't touch our southern flag and we won't touch them burr head doo rags, flat bill caps and sagging pants!
Redneck

El Dorado, AR

#7 May 31, 2013
Chase wrote:
They are miserable loosers in society
Let me see, had I rather be a Redneck or a WelfareFag. LMAO. Think I'll be a Redneck. You see, I don't have to hide in a nasty Govt. Apartment on topix and in the closet knowing that if I get my punk, sissy azz out on the street some Redneck is going to beat the sh-t out of my worthless, food stamp azz. LMAO. What a fkingFreak.
buddy

El Dorado, AR

#8 May 31, 2013
more chucking joi trash talk so.....
country boy

El Dorado, AR

#9 Jun 2, 2013
I don't need the government to help support me
CBG

Paradise Valley, AZ

#10 Jun 2, 2013
Truth Hurts wrote:
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Don't touch our southern flag and we won't touch them burr head doo rags, flat bill caps and sagging pants!
That's f*cking hilarious! You're most proud of something that happened over 100 years ago -- when your great-granddaddy got his a$$ whipped in the Civil War! Abe Lincoln bent him over and made him his bitch! And now all you've got to look forward to is your next family reunion where you can drink your shine and think about how pretty your sister is!

LOSER! LOSER! LOSER! LOSER!
crazymaker

El Dorado, AR

#11 Jun 3, 2013
CBG wrote:
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That's f*cking hilarious! You're most proud of something that happened over 100 years ago -- when your great-granddaddy got his a$$ whipped in the Civil War! Abe Lincoln bent him over and made him his bitch! And now all you've got to look forward to is your next family reunion where you can drink your shine and think about how pretty your sister is!
LOSER! LOSER! LOSER! LOSER!
I hate racist, redneck dumbasses as much as any educated individual should (let's not forget welfare ghetto thugs either) but I'm also smart enough to know that Abe Lincoln really didn't give two shits about the blacks. Sure, he wanted an end to slavery like many good people did, even a lot of Southerners, but the Civil War was about the almighty $$$$. There hasn't been a war in history that wasn't fought over money or land. The South was wealthy and had more industry and the North wanted it. They used slavery as a moral excuse to go to war. I'm glad slavery ended, of course, but schools need to stop teaching that the civil war was all about slavery. Seriously, nobody has ever went to war over morality. Its just like our recent wars in the middle east. Everyone knows this decade long debacle has nothing to do with striking back at terrorists. It has to do with money and control, but 9/11 and "fighting the terrorist" has been used as the moral excuse to start it all.
Redneck

El Dorado, AR

#13 Jun 3, 2013
Call us Rednecks dumb if you want. But we know the truth about why Lee Harvey Oswald shot Lincoln and it didn't have a thing to do with money or land. We're not near as dumb as you think.
noooo

El Dorado, AR

#14 Jun 3, 2013
crazymaker wrote:
<quoted text> I hate racist, redneck dumbasses as much as any educated individual should (let's not forget welfare ghetto thugs either) but I'm also smart enough to know that Abe Lincoln really didn't give two shits about the blacks. Sure, he wanted an end to slavery like many good people did, even a lot of Southerners, but the Civil War was about the almighty $$$$. There hasn't been a war in history that wasn't fought over money or land. The South was wealthy and had more industry and the North wanted it. They used slavery as a moral excuse to go to war. I'm glad slavery ended, of course, but schools need to stop teaching that the civil war was all about slavery. Seriously, nobody has ever went to war over morality. Its just like our recent wars in the middle east. Everyone knows this decade long debacle has nothing to do with striking back at terrorists. It has to do with money and control, but 9/11 and "fighting the terrorist" has been used as the moral excuse to start it all.
The South had more industry? You need to pick up a history book. And this garbage again, it wasn't about slavery. Yes it was. The Southern states succeeded because they weren't being allowed to expand slavery to the new western territories, and were afraid that with more free states they would lose their power in Congress, potentially leading to the end of slavery altogether. And back then, slaves were money.
truth

Chicago, IL

#15 Jun 4, 2013
So its ok for blacks to wear Malcolm X, black panther, mlk or even african shirts but white people can't display a rebel flag? The flag is southern heritage and pride. Don't like it, MOVE
nooo

El Dorado, AR

#16 Jun 4, 2013
Redneck wrote:
Call us Rednecks dumb if you want. But we know the truth about why Lee Harvey Oswald shot Lincoln and it didn't have a thing to do with money or land. We're not near as dumb as you think.
God, I hope this was meant to be funny. It's hard to tell on here.
CBG

Paradise Valley, AZ

#17 Jun 4, 2013
truth wrote:
So its ok for blacks to wear Malcolm X, black panther, mlk or even african shirts but white people can't display a rebel flag? The flag is southern heritage and pride. Don't like it, MOVE
You're proud of getting your @$$ kicked. You lost. Don't like it, MOVE.
truth

Chicago, IL

#18 Jun 4, 2013
I didnt get my a#@ kicked because I haven't fought anyone. I'm just saying I'll wear and display the rebel flag anytime anywhere. And I hope one of you monkeys says something about it

Since: Jan 13

Olive Branch, MS

#19 Jun 4, 2013
I find it odd that we have a United Negro College Fund, and I'm fine with that. But, you'll never hear of the United Caucasian College Fund. I've recently seen a commercial of a website called blackpeoplemeet.com and again you'll never see whitepeoplemeet.com . If black people want to wear their personal symbols that mean something to them, fine, wear it but don't take me to task or any other white person if we do the same thing. I detest that the Klan and the Neo Nazis took our battle flag and turned it into a symbol of racism instead of what it really meant.
School Time

Camden, AR

#20 Jun 4, 2013
African slavery is so much the outstanding feature of the South, in the unthinking view of it, that people often forget there had been slaves in all the old colonies. Slaves were auctioned openly in the Market House of Philadelphia; in the shadow of Congregational churches in Rhode Island; in Boston taverns and warehouses; and weekly, sometimes daily, in Merchant's Coffee House of New York. Such Northern heroes of the American Revolution as John Hancock and Benjamin Franklin bought, sold, and owned black people. William Henry Seward, Lincoln's anti-slavery Secretary of State during the Civil War, born in 1801, grew up in Orange County, New York, in a slave-owning family and amid neighbors who owned slaves if they could afford them. The family of Abraham Lincoln himself, when it lived in Pennsylvania in colonial times, owned slaves.

When the minutemen marched off to face the redcoats at Lexington in 1775, the wives, boys and old men they left behind in Framingham took up axes, clubs, and pitchforks and barred themselves in their homes because of a widespread, and widely credited, rumor that the local slaves planned to rise up and massacre the white inhabitants while the militia was away.

African bondage in the colonies north of the Mason-Dixon Line has left a legacy in the economics of modern America and in the racial attitudes of the U.S. working class. Yet comparatively little is written about the 200-year history of Northern slavery. Robert Steinfeld's deservedly praised "The Invention of Free Labor" (1991) states, "By 1804 slavery had been abolished throughout New England," ignoring the 1800 census, which shows 1,488 slaves in New England. Recent archaeological discoveries of slave quarters or cemeteries in Philadelphia and New York City sometimes are written up in newspaper headlines as though they were exhibits of evidence in a case not yet settled (cf.“African Burial Ground Proves Northern Slavery,” The City Sun, Feb. 24, 1993).

Slavery in the North never approached the numbers of the South. It was, numerically, a drop in the bucket compared to the South. But the South, comparatively, was itself a drop in the bucket of New World slavery. Roughly a million slaves were brought from Africa to the New World by the Spanish and Portuguese before the first handful reached Virginia. Some 500,000 slaves were brought to the United States (or the colonies it was built from) in the history of the slave trade, which is a mere fraction of the estimated 10 million Africans forced to the Americas during that period.

Every New World colony was, in some sense, a slave colony. French Canada, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Cuba, Brazil -- all of them made their start in an economic system built upon slavery based on race. In all of them, slavery enjoyed the service of the law and the sanction of religion. In all of them the master class had its moments of doubt, and the slaves plotted to escape or rebel.

Over time, slavery flourished in the Upper South and failed to do so in the North. But there were pockets of the North on the eve of the Revolution where slaves played key roles in the economic and social order: New York City and northern New Jersey, rural Pennsylvania, and the shipping towns of Connecticut and Rhode Island. Black populations in some places were much higher than they would be during the 19th century. More than 3,000 blacks lived in Rhode Island in 1748, amounting to 9.1 percent of the population; 4,600 blacks were in New Jersey in 1745, 7.5 percent of the population; and nearly 20,000 blacks lived in New York in 1771, 12.2 percent of the population.[4]

The North failed to develop large-scale agrarian slavery, such as later arose in the Deep South, but that had little to do with morality and much to do with climate and economy.
School Time

Camden, AR

#21 Jun 4, 2013
Slavery was still very much alive, and in some places even expanding, in the northern colonies of British North America in the generation before the American Revolution. The spirit of liberty in 1776 and the rhetoric of rebellion against tyranny made many Americans conscious of the hypocrisy of claiming natural human rights for themselves, while at the same time denying them to Africans. Nonetheless, most of the newly free states managed to postpone dealing with the issue of slavery, citing the emergency of the war with Britain.

That war, however, proved to be the real liberator of the northern slaves. Wherever it marched, the British army gave freedom to any slave who escaped within its lines. This was sound military policy: it disrupted the economic system that was sustaining the Revolution. Since the North saw much longer, and more extensive, incursions by British troops, its slave population drained away at a higher rate than the South's. At the same time, the governments in northern American states began to offer financial incentives to slaveowners who freed their black men, if the emancipated slaves then served in the state regiments fighting the British.

When the Northern states gave up the last remnants of legal slavery, in the generation after the Revolution, their motives were a mix of piety, morality, and ethics; fear of a growing black population; practical economics; and the fact that the Revolutionary War had broken the Northern slaveowners' power and drained off much of the slave population. An exception was New Jersey, where the slave population actually increased during the war. Slavery lingered there until the Civil War, with the state reporting 236 slaves in 1850 and 18 as late as 1860.

The business of emancipation in the North amounted to the simple matters of, 1. determining how to compensate slaveowners for the few slaves they had left, and, 2. making sure newly freed slaves would be marginalized economically and politically in their home communities, and that nothing in the state's constitution would encourage fugitive slaves from elsewhere to settle there.
School Time

Camden, AR

#22 Jun 4, 2013
Union Soldier Released From Anderson Concentration Camp!

“Barack Bombs U.S. History –– Again,”

(AND MOST SLAVES WERE WHITE)

http://politicalvelcraft.org/2011/11/30/ayato...
School Time

Camden, AR

#23 Jun 4, 2013
African Americans were not brought here in chains by the Pilgrims and the Puritans. Nor did they number among the Spanish at St. Augustine, the Dutch in New Amsterdam, or the French at Paris Island.

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