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    U.S. Military Leaders trade in their balls for "Black Panties"

    Army Considering Renaming Bases Named After Confederate Leaders







    Mairead McArdle

    ,National Review






    Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy on Monday reversed his stance on renaming U.S. Army bases currently named for Confederate leaders and is now reportedly “open” to renaming them.
    “The Secretary of the Army is open to a bipartisan discussion on the topic,” Army spokesperson Colonel Sunset Belinsky told Politico.
    The reversal comes on the heels of the U.S. Marines’ decision to ban the display of the Confederate flag on its military bases, including on bumper stickers, clothing, and coffee mugs. The ban was made official on Friday.
    “The Confederate battle flag has all too often been co-opted by violent extremist and racist groups whose divisive beliefs have no place in our Corps,” the Marines said in a statement. “Our history as a nation, and events like the violence in Charlottesville in 2017, highlight the divisiveness the use of the Confederate battle flag has had on our society.”
    Some of the white supremacist protesters who demonstrated in Charlottesville, Virginia during the summer of 2017 sported Confederate flag paraphernalia as they protested the removal of a statue of General Robert E. Lee. The protests turned violent, and one white supremacist protester purposefully rammed his car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing one woman.
    The Army previously said in February that it had no plans to rename the nearly dozen major bases and facilities named in honor of Confederate leaders. However, the service branch has faced pressure more recently to rename some of its military installations, including Fort Bragg in North Carolina, Fort Hood in Texas, Fort A.P. Hill in Virginia, and Fort Benning in Georgia.
    The reversal comes amid national protests and riots over the death of George Floyd, a black man who died in police custody after a white Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for close to nine minutes until after Floyd passed out. Both peaceful protests against police brutality as well as riots and looting have broken out in metropolitan areas around the country in the wake of Floyd’s death.
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      I agree with you Billy, most of these Military leaders today have no balls...


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      not "black panties, more like a "crotchless thong"....

      Si vis pacem, para bellum

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      Erasing History as we watch...


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      Why don't we revise history books just like in George Orwell's Ministry of Truth building in "1984". The Civil War will then never have happened. Hence, no problem and no issues. In fact, we could start dating daily events 1 AGF rather than 2020----"After George Floyd", the day the world changed because of one incident that was rather untypical.


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      Who's george floyd?


    • #7
      It looks like they never had them and now they show that they don't...



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      Glad to hear the President Trump said he wouldn't even consider renaming any bases...


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      I'm not surprised everything isn't trying to be renamed to appease the sensitivity police.
      Good for Trump for saying no.


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      Maybe we should rename Military Establishments after great black leaders, you know, Amos and Andy Mountain Warfare Training Center....... Ft. Rochester......... Alfalfa's Infantry Training Regiment. Ya'll got it....


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      Maybe we should rename Military Establishments after great black leaders, you know, Amos and Andy Mountain Warfare Training Center....... Ft. Rochester......... Alfalfa's Infantry Training Regiment. Ya'll got it....
      Buck Wheat Bombing range...


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