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LORD NOSE 01-08-2011 06:50 PM

The Black holocaust
 
Discusses Eugenics and planned parenthood

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LORD NOSE 01-09-2011 11:26 AM

the connection of eugenics and psychiatry mentioned



LORD NOSE 01-09-2011 11:39 AM

http://img843.imageshack.us/img843/7...ranelsonan.jpg

Laura and Lawrence Nelson were African-Americans who were lynched in Okemah, Oklahoma, on May 25, 1911.
Laura, her husband, her 15-year-old son Lawrence, and her baby were taken into custody after Lawrence shot and killed Okemah's deputy sheriff, George Loney, when Loney and a posse turned up at the Nelson's home to investigate the theft of a cow. Laura's husband pleaded guilty to the theft and was sent to the relative safety of the state prison. In an effort to save her son, Laura said she had fired the fatal shot. Both she and Lawrence were arrested, the son taken to the local jail and Laura to a cell in the courthouse.[1]
Three weeks later a mob of 40 armed white men arrived to kidnap them, tying up the guard and dragging off the mother and son. Laura was raped, according to some reports, then both were hanged from a bridge over the North Canadian River.[2] Hundreds of sightseers gathered on the bridge the following morning, and photographs of the bodies were sold as postcards. The killers were never identified.[1] The event was later commemorated in a number of songs by the folk singer Woody Guthrie, whose father attended the lynching.
The Nelsons were among at least 4,743 people lynched in the United States between 1882 and 1968, 3,446 of them black, 73 percent of them in the South.[3]

LORD NOSE 01-09-2011 01:21 PM


V4D3R 01-12-2011 09:04 AM

http://www.finalcall.com/artman/publ...cle_7499.shtml

funny how this didnt make it to CNN or did I miss?

TheBoarzHeadBoy 01-12-2011 09:22 AM

If it wasn't for Glenn Beck you'd never have heard about this...

LORD NOSE 01-12-2011 09:26 AM

glenn beck got paid to bring in the iLL story ?


maybe we need to question "Beck"

V4D3R 01-12-2011 07:45 PM

What story are you talking about?

LORD NOSE 01-12-2011 07:50 PM

the one you posted about lynching brothers from trees

he went to their neighbor hood to do that to himself ?

they really try and make us believe that

LORD NOSE 01-12-2011 08:43 PM

oh shit - who is glenn beck ?



IrOnMaN 01-21-2011 03:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SUNNY WINTERS (Post 2032329)
oh shit - who is glenn beck ?



Tim Wise hit it right on the nail.

spiggity_ace 01-21-2011 04:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SUNNY WINTERS (Post 2030179)
http://img843.imageshack.us/img843/7...ranelsonan.jpg

Laura and Lawrence Nelson were African-Americans who were lynched in Okemah, Oklahoma, on May 25, 1911.
Laura, her husband, her 15-year-old son Lawrence, and her baby were taken into custody after Lawrence shot and killed Okemah's deputy sheriff, George Loney, when Loney and a posse turned up at the Nelson's home to investigate the theft of a cow. Laura's husband pleaded guilty to the theft and was sent to the relative safety of the state prison. In an effort to save her son, Laura said she had fired the fatal shot. Both she and Lawrence were arrested, the son taken to the local jail and Laura to a cell in the courthouse.[1]
Three weeks later a mob of 40 armed white men arrived to kidnap them, tying up the guard and dragging off the mother and son. Laura was raped, according to some reports, then both were hanged from a bridge over the North Canadian River.[2] Hundreds of sightseers gathered on the bridge the following morning, and photographs of the bodies were sold as postcards. The killers were never identified.[1] The event was later commemorated in a number of songs by the folk singer Woody Guthrie, whose father attended the lynching.
The Nelsons were among at least 4,743 people lynched in the United States between 1882 and 1968, 3,446 of them black, 73 percent of them in the South.[3]

and u still got ignorants rockin the confederate flag like its something to be proud of im not talkin about whites either

TheBoarzHeadBoy 01-21-2011 05:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Jasjit (Post 2036574)
and u still got ignorants rockin the confederate flag like its something to be proud of im not talkin about whites either

Yes it is. Those are state flags of the Southern States. All of whom were independent sovereign members of a confederation. There are dozens of "Confederate Flags" it was a confederation. The one you're thinking of is the Personal Flag of PTG Beauregard while he commanded the Army of North Virginia, not the Confederacy. Most of the Southern States have been pressured to alter their flags.

Heck the Puerto Rican flag is based on confederate flags. The Bonnie Blue Flag with the Lone Star was the primary symbol of secession.

If the Civil War was about Slavery the War of Independence was about Tea...


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