Killed on 6 January: 1 – Democrats’ war to keep slaves: 650,000

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  1. Mother Lode says:

    Some protesters made their way into the Capitol. There is plenty of footage of the gates being opened for them. The ‘voice’ for events on the ground was an Antifa goon.

    One person was killed – an unarmed woman.

    They will keep ramping this nonsense up until it eclipses the Civil War.

  2. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Day of infamy! All those battleships sunk on the Capitol lawn will be remembered.

  3. Mark M says:

    Michael Yon has become nationally known through his reporting from Iraq and Afghanistan during the first two decades of the 21st century.
    He’s generally been prescient in his predictions, and despite attracting official ire for his no-holds-barred criticism of mistakes and misguided policies, he’s been proven right more often than not.

    He foresees serious conflict in the USA in the immediate future …

    https://bayourenaissanceman.blogspot.com/2021/04/michael-yon-i-am-warning-and-warning.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+BayouRenaissanceMan+%28Bayou+Renaissance+Man%29

  4. Bruce in WA says:

    Biden is correct — he just got the date wrong.

    His “election” and subsequent inauguration were the most egregious attacks on US democracy since the Civil War.

  5. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Yanks have always been known as bullshitters , but the present day geriatric bribe guzzling polliescum really take the cake .
    The world has never heard such lying bull in history , they make the old Soviet Pravda sound like it really was telling the truth Pravdas editors woukd. never let crap like this hit the press ,they would have known no one would believe them .
    Modern media is a joke sheer lying filth propaganda for the grasping billionaires who ownall the politicians body and soul .

  6. Tom says:

    I had to look up who Michael Beschloss is: just another piece of the Democratic Party’s flotsam and jetsam hanging off US government media and the 2020 coup d’etat — a foot soldier of the Marxist anti-democracy mob wielding party talking points like a Roman army dolabra.

  7. Paul says:

    Beware the wrath of a patient man ….. Stupid leftards !

  8. thefrollickingmole says:

    Mark M says:
    April 29, 2021 at 11:22 am

    He makes a good point.
    WW1 didnt start just because a duke got shot.

  9. Lee says:

    Nearly 3,000 killed on 9/11 doesn’t count for anything and is meaningless, according to the Democrats and their repulsive president.

  10. Cassie of Sydney says:

    “He foresees serious conflict in the USA in the immediate future …”

    Yes…fomented and stoked by the progressive left.

  11. kingsley says:

    JFK might have something to grumble about with this claim. ( Yeah I know his election might also have qualified as well)

  12. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Paedo sniffyis just the guy to masively reduce the national debt?
    He wants to borrow 3 trillion more ? Still when You owe 228 trillion another trillion or two is bugger all .
    The USA OWES $228trillion I ;read .
    $228,000,000,000.!!!!
    Wonder how much per head of population that is ?
    Thats why they want to admit millions of illegals , to reduce the per capita national debt ?

  13. a happy little debunker says:

    Joe Biden is absolutely correct in saying tonight that January 6 was “the worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War.

    Joe Biden was a Senator in 1983, when the nuthouse far left ‘Resistance Conspiracy’ bombed the US Senate.

    Did he forget?

  14. feelthebern says:

    They live in a bubble.

  15. Leo G says:

    100 days since I took the oath of office—lifted my hand off our family Bible—and inherited a nation in crisis. The worst pandemic in a century. The worst economic crisis since the Great Depression. The worst attack on our democracy since the Civil War.

    A nation in a crisis of politically-led corruption.
    A fake news pandemic that the US president says is far worse than the HIV/AIDS pandemic which killed 30+ million in the first decade of the 21st century; an economy which has collapsed to a state worse than the worst period of the Great Depression; a political protest in which one person was unlawfully killed and which was much worse than the American Civil War.

  16. feelthebern says:

    Actually, it’s a case of they exist in a bubble.
    I wouldn’t call it living.

  17. Paul says:

    A cop shot an unarmed woman.
    Where was the racist arson and looting?

  18. Kneel says:

    “The USA OWES $228trillion”

    Well, the Pentagon can’t account for $20T over the last decade, you don’t expect the pollies to allow the grunts to out-do them , do you?

  19. H B Bear says:

    The Left love a myth. This one will need some work to take hold.

  20. Luke73 says:

    Democrats’ war to keep slaves: 650,000

    Of course the White Southern Baptist community (Trumps largest and most loyal constituency) really love the heritage bequeathed them by Northern Republican party hero’s like Abe Lincoln, Ulysses S Grant and William T Sherman as evidenced by all the statues they built to honour them throughout the south in the Jim Crow and Civil rights era’s.

    Just kidding, they didn’t do that at all…in fact they built tonnes of monuments to Confederates traitors (presumably most of whom were Democrat in political affiliation)…so why does that community vote overwhelmingly GOP now? So strange.

  21. Kneel says:

    “Just kidding, they didn’t do that at all…in fact they built tonnes of monuments to Confederates traitors (presumably most of whom were Democrat in political affiliation)…so why does that community vote overwhelmingly GOP now?”

    They build this as a compromise for reconciliation – you know, gracious in victory and all that.
    And they vote R because they like their guns and free speech, and that’s the party that support these things.

    Simples.

  22. feelthebern says:

    William T Sherman was a good guy ?

  23. Rorschach says:

    They build this as a compromise for reconciliation – you know, gracious in victory and all that.

    100% correct. And why there aren’t Confederate or Union cemeteries. All soldiers regardless of side were US patriots, and why there is such resistance to having the statues to them pulled down.

  24. stackja says:

    feelthebern – WT Sherman helped end the CSA quicker than US Grant.

  25. feelthebern says:

    Yeah, I get it Stackja, Sherman was a necessary evil.
    But I’m pointing out he wasn’t a good guy.
    This Luke chappy turns up time to time with a millimetre deep knowledge of any subject.
    The kind of guy who’d be first in line to drink the Kool-Aid.

  26. Professor Fred Lenin says:

    Shermans ancestors and mine were Puritans in Essex England and went to te same prayerhouse .

  27. stackja says:

    USA Congress elections probably not as easy to corrupt as Biden fraud.
    Will Nancy stay speaker?
    Joe lame duck soon?

  28. CetProfessor Fred Lenin says:

    All paedo bidens bull about taxing the 1per cent who own him and his polliescum mates is absolute crap.. During the wonderfull workers governent of the magic half negro communist and his paedo sidekick biden the 1 per cet were really hammered for more taxes i the8 years Bill Gates increased his billions by 80 per cent ,like all the other billionaires did just as well. Thats a10 per cent per year ,
    A lot of the “growth “during those years was countingborrowed mony bpeing added to the economy . Your real gain was $2 you borrow $10 so your increase is $12 ! Yeah right , that will work . The US Fraud Inducstry is Huge .

  29. Macspee says:

    $228,000,000,000,000! That’s running close to $140,000,000 for every man woman and child – wow.

  30. Macspee says:

    Sorry tht should be about $700,000 per head. Still horrific.

  31. Leo G says:

    Of course the White Southern Baptist community (Trumps largest and most loyal constituency) …

    Long before Trump’s presidency, the Southern Baptist Convention formally renounced its racist roots and apologized for its previous acceptance and defense of slavery, segregation, and white supremacy.

  32. stackja says:

    Have USA Democrats ever apologised for slavery and starting the Civil War to perpetuate slavery?

  33. Boambee John says:

    ROFLMAO.

    This is the party that eulogised former Grand Wizard and DemonRat Senator Byrd not many years ago. They simply refuse to acknowledge the reality of their racist path, while implementing the modern “soft racism of low expectations”.

  34. luke73 says:

    This is the party that eulogised former Grand Wizard and DemonRat Senator Byrd not many years ago

    I’m guessing you already know that Byrd very publicly and repeatedly renounced the KKK, white supremacy, and his previous membership of that reprehensible organisation in his later years, but yeh it’s a nice shallow Dinesh S’Souza talking point I guess. More then renounce though just words though, he took concrete actions to support civil rights in his late Senate voting record.

    They build this as a compromise for reconciliation – you know, gracious in victory and all that.

    Yeh sure, absolutely nothing to do with making sure Southern Blacks knew their place….funny though how they didn’t build any statues and monuments for General James Longstreet (the most vocally pro reconstruction and black civil rights Confederate General of the post war period) and heaps of Nathan Bedford Forrest (founder of the KKK), and Longstreet was hardly obscure, Lee called him his “Old Warhorse”.

  35. Rex Anger says:

    NPC recites predictable talking points, trying to dismiss demonstrated repentance by Southern Baptist Churches he smeared earlier with Robert Byrd’s acting.

    Still fighting the war the Democrats lost. 🙄

    Are you really sure your opinions are your own, Luke1337?

  36. luke73 says:

    . And why there aren’t Confederate or Union cemeteries. All soldiers regardless of side were US patriots,

    I’d give the Confederate grunts a pass but Jefferson Davis, Lee and a few other of the leading characters should have been hung for treason against the United States.

  37. Lee says:

    I’d give the Confederate grunts a pass but Jefferson Davis, Lee and a few other of the leading characters should have been hung for treason against the United States.

    Do you think the federal government wanted to provoke the South into another civil war by executing their top or popular leaders?

  38. Zulu Kilo Two Alpha says:

    Do you think the federal government wanted to provoke the South into another civil war by executing their top or popular leaders?

    That was the reason. Certainly, the surrender at Appomattox precluded such trials.

  39. Leo G says:

    I’m guessing you already know that Byrd very publicly and repeatedly renounced the KKK, white supremacy, and his previous membership of that reprehensible organisation in his later years …

    Democrat-friendly guesswork. Five years before his death in 2010, the Washington Post reported on Robert Byrd’s repeated attempts to minimise his involvement in the KKK and deny the organisation’s racist ideology at the time of his membership from the 1940s:

    Byrd says he viewed the Klan as a useful platform from which to launch his political career. He described it essentially as a fraternal group of elites — doctors, lawyers, clergy, judges and other “upstanding people” who at no time engaged in or preached violence against blacks, Jews or Catholics, who historically were targets of the Klan.

  40. PeterW says:

    I’d give the Confederate grunts a pass but Jefferson Davis, Lee and a few other of the leading characters should have been hung for treason against the United States.

    Without trial?
    Have you ever read Lee’s reasoning for his choice?
    He appears to have been faced with conflicting loyalties, and considered himself honour-bound to fight for his State.

    In a Federal system in which the Rights of some States to dictate to others on the basis of larger populations was open to challenge, his decision is defensible.

  41. Mike K says:

    Amusing takes by luke73 about US history. Byrd was a Grand Kleagle of the Klan before it became politically uncomfortable. Joe Biden bragged that Delaware was an ally of the Confederacy, back when it was convenient for him to claim that. Democrats are nearly as angry at Republicans as they were when we freed their slaves. Two of my great uncles died in the Civil War.

  42. Tim Neilson says:

    luke73 says:
    April 29, 2021 at 6:18 pm

    Those goalposts are about to break the sound barrier.

    “…the White Southern Baptist community (Trumps largest and most loyal constituency)” bad despite the Southern Baptist Convention renouncing and apologising for its racist past,

    Grand KKK Kleagle Robert Byrd good, because he renounced his racist past.

  43. Tim Neilson says:

    Byrd says he viewed the Klan as a useful platform from which to launch his political career. He described it essentially as a fraternal group of elites — doctors, lawyers, clergy, judges and other “upstanding people” who at no time engaged in or preached violence against blacks, Jews or Catholics, who historically were targets of the Klan.

    Robert Byrd in 1944 – “I shall never fight in the armed forces with a negro by my side … Rather I should die a thousand times, and see Old Glory trampled in the dirt never to rise again than to see this beloved land of ours become degraded by race mongrels, a throwback to the blackest specimen from the wilds.”

  44. luke73 says:

    Do you think the federal government wanted to provoke the South into another civil war by executing their top or popular leaders?

    IMO the Union’s failure to make the leaders of the rebellion pay a real price for their treason led to the failure of reconstruction after a decade or so, the propagation of the “lost cause” myth and the evils of the long Jim Crow era, arguably the United States is still paying a price for this mistake with the racial division we see today.

    Southern Baptist Convention renouncing and apologising for its racist past

    I actually didn’t know this, so now I do.. good for them. The point I was (perhaps obtusely) trying to make remains though, the story of the two big American political parties on race relations and black civil rights is far more complex then than the headline suggests and CL knows better. Party names may remain the same but ideologies can and did change, the South used to vote overwhelmingly Democratic, now its (mostly) a GOP stronghold, black Americans used to vote Republican (when they were allowed in the JC era), now they overwhelmingly vote Dem.

  45. Rex Anger says:

    Those goalposts are about to break the sound barrier.

    I actually didn’t know this, so now I do.. good for them. The point I was (perhaps obtusely) trying to make remains though, the story of the two big American political parties on race relations and black civil rights is far more complex then than the headline suggests and CL knows better. Party names may remain the same but ideologies can and did change, the South used to vote overwhelmingly Democratic, now its (mostly) a GOP stronghold, black Americans used to vote Republican (when they were allowed in the JC era), now they overwhelmingly vote Dem.

    And there it is.

    Of course, Lyndon B Johnson and his Great Society wouldn’t have had anything to do with that, right? Nor Woodrow Wilson’s acceleration ofnsegregating the US Public Service some 50 years prior?

  46. luke73 says:

    and there what is?

  47. Rex Anger says:

    You did read both italicised quotations, right?

    You came in here breathing fire and spouting ‘your own’ opinons about how the Southern Baptists are bad despite demonstrating repentance (while citing Robert Byrd whose backpedalling occured only when it became politically inconvenient to him. All of which was utterly unrelated to the US Civil War, nor the vitriolic hyperbole coming from the paranoid leftists currently occupying the US Government.

    When the hypocrisy of this ambit was pointed out to you, you pivoted under fire to some bullshit about declaring Robert E. Lee should have hung as a traitor. Stymied again there, you resorted to a very lame attempt to try and walk yourself back by saying things have changed because black Americans who voted Republican now vote Democratic. Wbatever that meant. And are now in the process of having your arse handed to you on that as well.

    You moved the goalposts at least 3 times to try and ensure at least some of your utter incoherency and self-righteousness ‘won’ an argument.

    And none of these did you know how to make, past flinging polemic…

  48. Luke73 says:

    spouting ‘your own’ opinons

    I must get back to Antifa/Soros pay department in regards to those cheques not going in, thanks for reminding me.

    about how the Southern Baptists are bad despite demonstrating repentance (while citing Robert Byrd whose backpedalling occured only when it became politically inconvenient to him.

    So Byrd’s repentance disqualified because “Democrat so must be lying” and Southern Baptist convention repentance accepted cos “Religious Right, must be telling the truth”… ok got it.

    All of which was utterly unrelated to the US Civil War

    I wasn’t the person that brought Byrd into the discussion?

    nor the vitriolic hyperbole coming from the paranoid leftists currently occupying the US Government.

    While it’s true that 9-11 was a far more deadly attack on the United States, they were not aimed at blocking the peaceful transfer of power in a certified presidential election, which was clearly Biden’s point in using the words “attack on Democracy”

    you pivoted under fire to some bullshit about declaring Robert E. Lee should have hung as a traitor.

    I find it curious how large elements of the right like to claim the moral high ground on the ACW because the Republican Party was the party of Lincoln, Grant etc. but get furious with talk of pulling down statues of Confederates, changing the name of military bases to non traitors, sullying the good name of General Lee etc. almost like the Republican party of the 1860’s has virtually nothing in common with the pro insurrection Republican party of the 2020’s.

  49. Kneel says:

    “January 6 was worse than 9/11?”

    Without question – the choice to install the Bidet as Pres was inexcusable.

    Oh wait – you mean the protest? No, that part wasn’t.

  50. Boambee John says:

    virtually nothing in common with the pro insurrection Republican party of the 2020’s.

    Luke still carrying on with the DemonRat “narrative” of “insurrection”. The only unarmed “insurrection” in history, in which the only person deliberately killed was an unarmed “insurrectionist”.

    Some people lack the critical thinking gene. Luke is one of them.

  51. Lee says:

    Some people lack the critical thinking gene. Luke is one of them.

    +1000

  52. Rex Anger says:

    So Byrd’s repentance disqualified because “Democrat so must be lying” and Southern Baptist convention repentance accepted cos “Religious Right, must be telling the truth”… ok got it.

    Wrong- The point made was deeds vs. words.

    Southern Baptists did and are engaging in deeds befitting their statements. Your Byrd (whom you indeed did not bring up, but used it to try and make your point at dismissing those debbil-debbil Baptists) only ever used words.

    I must get back to Antifa/Soros pay department in regards to those cheques not going in, thanks for reminding me.

    Wrong- You don’t need to be paid to be a stooge. Practically the entire trollherd here is proof of that.

    I find it curious how large elements of the right like to claim the moral high ground on the ACW because the Republican Party was the party of Lincoln, Grant etc. but get furious with talk of pulling down statues of Confederates, changing the name of military bases to non traitors, sullying the good name of General Lee etc. almost like the Republican party of the 1860’s has virtually nothing in common with the pro insurrection Republican party of the 2020’s.

    Had you thought (impossible as it seems, Luke1337) that the vast majority of Americans (and Poms and Aussies and New Zealanders, Canucks, South Africans etc.) ascribe to the concept that remembering and understanding the good and bad parts of your history and culture alike is the best way to move forward and not repeat the same mistakes their forbears made?

    And that obliterating it all in the name of a temporary and passing Fascist fad is an act of incredible arrogance and gall?

    And to exacerbate that by calling any dissenter to this fad a bigot, racist, -phobe, etc. and attempt to isolate, jail or even kill them on the basis of projection and dog-whistling buzzwords like ‘pro-insurrection’ is to provoke fury? However tightly suppressed it may seem to be?

    For a fellow who purports to have been an Infantryman in the 90s, and who would have had at least a passing (and nonetheless lasting) association with History, Customs and Traditions and their role in shaping the character and actions of his Section, Platoon, Company, Battalion, Brigade, and his wider Corps and Army, you sure seem terribly ignorant of such things…

  53. luke73 says:

    Wrong- The point made was deeds vs. words.

    I literally wrote that he backed his words with actions and then specifically sited his late career Senate voting record.

    For a fellow who purports to have been an Infantryman in the 90s,

    I served a couple of years in the General Reserves 96-98. 6 weeks of recruit training, then one night a week, one weekend a month, 2 weeks a year….hardly service to get excited about. I only mentioned because the subject being discussed at the time was military related. I want to be clear on this because walter mitty dipshits who inflate their service piss me off as I’m sure they do you.

  54. Rex Anger says:

    I literally wrote that he backed his words with actions and then specifically sited his late career Senate voting record.

    What voting record? And on what Acts? You said he took concrete actions to support civil rights in his late Senate voting record. Is this what his obituary or his Wikipedia article says?

    I served a couple of years in the General Reserves 96-98. 6 weeks of recruit training, then one night a week, one weekend a month, 2 weeks a year….hardly service to get excited about. I only mentioned because the subject being discussed at the time was military related. I want to be clear on this because walter mitty dipshits who inflate their service piss me off as I’m sure they do you.

    You missed the point again.

    History. Traditions. Culture.

    The glue that binds any group of human beings you care to name.

    The selfsame glue you demonstrate (through your commentary and talking points) you support chipping away and destroying in the name of the masturbatory high of ‘being on the Right Side of History’ at this single point in time.

    I chose to refer you back to your service because it is something you have experience and awareness of.

  55. luke73 says:

    Is this what his obituary or his Wikipedia article says?

    Yes, his wiki talks about a 100% rating from the NAACP for his voting record in 2003-2004, plus some other civil rights bills he sponsored.

    Re: the statues, I think the Confederate ones should be in museums, not destroyed. Graves and such should be left undisturbed obviously. I don’t support destroying any historical artifacts, Nazi, Communist, Confederate, whatever.

  56. Rex Anger says:

    Yes, his wiki talks about a 100% rating from the NAACP for his voting record in 2003-2004, plus some other civil rights bills he sponsored.

    A leftist gets a tongue-bath from an organisation long subverted and controlled by leftists, and highlighted by yet more as a means of airbrushing uncomfortable and inconvenient historical truths from the popular record

    Means nothing.

    Re: the statues, I think the Confederate ones should be in museums, not destroyed

    But not out in public where people might choose to be homicidally, ideologically offended by them right?

    Remembering that Confederate soldiers and generals alike, regardless of the rightness or wrongness of their cause, were ususally major citizens within their communities, or used to represent the Honoured Dead in the same way other Anglophone nations have their little municipal cenotaphs.

    What what of the Unionist and unrelated statues being ripped down in a state of delirious Communist iconoclasm in the US worldwide?

  57. Rex Anger says:

    US worldwide

    US and worldwide

  58. kneel says:

    “What what of the Unionist and unrelated statues being ripped down in a state of delirious Communist iconoclasm in the US”

    Most especially the one depicting a famous US president and a black man, the black man throwing off his chains and rising to take his rightful place as a free man. The one paid for (if not in totality, then at least in part) by black men of the day in thanks for their emancipation.
    That is now said to be racist and demeaning to “people of colour”.
    That was bespoiled by factually inaccurate graffiti applied by “antifacists”.
    If ignorance is bliss, why are these losers so angry?

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