Is Chareslton a sign of things to come?

Are we really on the verge of civil unrest this deep? Racial tension and hatred this fierce? Not to mention that we are having a silent standoff with north Korea. Just wondering if anybody else noticed the racial battle Im Virginia and what's yall thou
male from TX
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Are we really on the verge of civil unrest this deep? Racial tension and hatred this fierce? Not to mention that we are having a silent standoff with north Korea.

Just wondering if anybody else noticed the racial battle Im Virginia and what's yall thoughts
female from USA
It's Charlottesville Virginia and no, it's a sign of racism that's been kept in the dark coming to light
male from TX
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Posted by SweetestFatale
It's Charlottesville Virginia and no, it's a sign of racism that's been kept in the dark coming to light


Just put my mistake on blast got damn....


Seriously tho why would it explode now??
male from TX
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Posted by goat
Cardinals and fixed signs tripping


That's exactly what it looked like. Caps and Areas going at Taurus's and Leos
40 years old male from Canada
Mercurian and Venusian First Decan Leo. Third Decan Aquarius Rising.
Because it's the Trump Era, and what was previously taboo and untenable is now permissible.

The President's condemnation of an openly and unabashedly white supremacist rally (never mind the horrible car incident) amounts to "it's violence on all sides."

Uh huh.

How do you like that. White supremacists, with the KKK openly prancing about, gets *that* reaction.

When the ostensible representative of the free world doesn't care about (and tacitly encourages) bringing the worst out in others – whether for reasons direct or indirect, the result is inevitable.

You'll survive this. You'll get your chance in four years or so, barring anything crazy happening. Your country survived Kent State and the Vietnam era. It can handle plenty of social unrest and still stay afloat.

(Just needs to keep his finger off the nuke button in particular.)
I stopped fighting my inner demons, we're on the same side now.
Thomas Hobbes, one of the greatest philosophers, dared to assert that “war is the natural state of man“. Human nature, always competitive, and the right of each to all things are a prelude for conflict.

The Army as early as 1963 has being studying, and practicing, going into American cities and “restore order.”
Anyone ever heard of “Operation Garden Plot“? This was the operational name of the exercises where combat divisions would be airlifted into key cities to assume a “Law and Order” role after suppressing the people who might be in revolt. The Pentagon activated Garden Plot to restore order during the 1992 Los Angeles Riots.

Best years are gone. My firm belief is that it will only get worse once climatic changes are more evident and certain resources scarce. And for sure those who have will want to protect their goods from those who don't. I'm prepared.
37 years old male from San Antonio, TX, USA
The man, the legend.
The conflict was always there, it's not taboo anymore to keep it hidden.

Maybe it time to clean out the skeletons and cobwebs from the American closet.

Trump made it easier to be a visible douchebag.
male from TX
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Everybody has pretty much said the exact same thing I was thinking. Trump making hate and fear acceptable. I just want to see how he handles this going forward.

And I also feel like this is just the beginning. I feel like things are really about to get worse but Im more concerned with what he will do with north korea
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I guess now would be the time we hold hands, close our eyes, and make a circle
To sing about peace

male from TX
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Posted by goat
Posted by LuckyLibra979
Posted by goat
Cardinals and fixed signs tripping


That's exactly what it looked like. Caps and Areas going at Taurus's and Leos


Astrologically speaking i think those two elements and people that are heavily influenced by those energies are the one's that are usually behind all this...on both sides.

What happened in Charleston? I don't watch the news
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2 nights of rallies from white nationalists and today someone drove into the crowd of protestors
female from USA
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Found this interesting:

"This an extraordinarily complex situation, and as such will be misrepresented and simplified by the media.

The Charlottesville clash was precipitated by the Charlottesville City Council changing the name of Robert E Lee Park to Emancipation Park and taking down the Robert E Lee statue.

The Charlottesville City Council is fully in their right to do this, and conversely individuals who disagree with the decision are fully in their right to protest this decision.

The legacy of the Confederacy is very complicated. In one sense the Confederacy was based on defense of the racist institution of slavery, and in another sense based on state's rights.

Robert E Lee believed at the outset that secession from the Union to defend slavery was not a good idea, but he found himself choosing to take the side of Virginia in the impending war with the United States.

For some, Robert E Lee represents the racist subjugation of African Americans, for others he represents the defense of Southern independence from the federal government.

There's no doubt that there were white nationalists who came to protest the removal of the statue. Their views were on display in the form of racist signs and symbols in today's clash. However, there is no doubt some who protest the removal of the statue, who don't hold racist views but see the Robert E Lee statue as a symbol of Virginia and the South and the effort to cleanse the South of Confederate symbols as a politically-correct campaign to white-wash history.

As for the counter-protesters, these too likely had a mixture of groups and intentions. For some, they came to legitimately protest what they see as a racist campaign to defend the Confederacy. However there is no doubt that the anarchist/Marxist group Antifa came not to protest, but to forcefully/violently prevent the legal assembly of statue removal protesters.

The pro-Robert E Lee statue protesters obviously anticipated Antifa blocking them so they brought shields and weapons to defend/attack and allow them to protest the statue removal. Antifa obviously anticipated the clash as they too brought shields and weapons. A recipe for disaster and thus the clash - a well anticipated and orchestrated event.

Lost in the clash, are the peaceful individuals on both sides who legitimately wanted to practice their freedom of speech and assembly to protest and counter-protest.

These complexities will likely be washed over and this will simply become a result of the Trump presidency. As the media already showing they are blaming Breitbart and Steve Bannon. This completely ignores the relatively recent phenomenon of Confederacy legacy removal.

No doubt, if Hillary Clinton was president we would see the same sort of clash play out again and again.

What's the solution? I don't know. But I feel it's important to take an honest overview of all sides in this complex situation."
female
The most iconic image I've seen come out of all this. This police officer is a better man than that entire crowd combined. https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DHDnY4vVoAAwFAW?format=jpg
female
bukowski is right
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ya totally looks like all the guys in their 30s that i rejected at the university bars when i was like 20...

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37 years old male from San Antonio, TX, USA
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Posted by sultrykitty
Found this interesting:

"This an extraordinarily complex situation, and as such will be misrepresented and simplified by the media.

The Charlottesville clash was precipitated by the Charlottesville City Council changing the name of Robert E Lee Park to Emancipation Park and taking down the Robert E Lee statue.

The Charlottesville City Council is fully in their right to do this, and conversely individuals who disagree with the decision are fully in their right to protest this decision.

The legacy of the Confederacy is very complicated. In one sense the Confederacy was based on defense of the racist institution of slavery, and in another sense based on state's rights.

Robert E Lee believed at the outset that secession from the Union to defend slavery was not a good idea, but he found himself choosing to take the side of Virginia in the impending war with the United States.

For some, Robert E Lee represents the racist subjugation of African Americans, for others he represents the defense of Southern independence from the federal government.

There's no doubt that there were white nationalists who came to protest the removal of the statue. Their views were on display in the form of racist signs and symbols in today's clash. However, there is no doubt some who protest the removal of the statue, who don't hold racist views but see the Robert E Lee statue as a symbol of Virginia and the South and the effort to cleanse the South of Confederate symbols as a politically-correct campaign to white-wash history.

As for the counter-protesters, these too likely had a mixture of groups and intentions. For some, they came to legitimately protest what they see as a racist campaign to defend the Confederacy. However there is no doubt that the anarchist/Marxist group Antifa came not to protest, but to forcefully/violently prevent the legal assembly of statue removal protesters.

The pro-Robert E Lee statue protesters obviously anticipated Antifa blocking them so they brought shields and weapons to defend/attack and allow them to protest the statue removal. Antifa obviously anticipated the clash as they too brought shields and weapons. A recipe for disaster and thus the clash - a well anticipated and orchestrated event.

Lost in the clash, are the peaceful individuals on both sides who legitimately wanted to practice their freedom of speech and assembly to protest and counter-protest.

These complexities will likely be washed over and this will simply become a result of the Trump presidency. As the media already showing they are blaming Breitbart and Steve Bannon. This completely ignores the relatively recent phenomenon of Confederacy legacy removal.

No doubt, if Hillary Clinton was president we would see the same sort of clash play out again and again.

What's the solution? I don't know. But I feel it's important to take an honest overview of all sides in this complex situation."


The only part of that essay that you got right is both sides came ready to raise some hell.

As for the rest: playing down the fact that 'true' conservatives want this country to go back to 1950, and stay there.
female from USA
Leo Sun/Cap Moon/Aquarius rising
Posted by WarAngel1
Posted by sultrykitty
Found this interesting:

"This an extraordinarily complex situation, and as such will be misrepresented and simplified by the media.

The Charlottesville clash was precipitated by the Charlottesville City Council changing the name of Robert E Lee Park to Emancipation Park and taking down the Robert E Lee statue.

The Charlottesville City Council is fully in their right to do this, and conversely individuals who disagree with the decision are fully in their right to protest this decision.

The legacy of the Confederacy is very complicated. In one sense the Confederacy was based on defense of the racist institution of slavery, and in another sense based on state's rights.

Robert E Lee believed at the outset that secession from the Union to defend slavery was not a good idea, but he found himself choosing to take the side of Virginia in the impending war with the United States.

For some, Robert E Lee represents the racist subjugation of African Americans, for others he represents the defense of Southern independence from the federal government.

There's no doubt that there were white nationalists who came to protest the removal of the statue. Their views were on display in the form of racist signs and symbols in today's clash. However, there is no doubt some who protest the removal of the statue, who don't hold racist views but see the Robert E Lee statue as a symbol of Virginia and the South and the effort to cleanse the South of Confederate symbols as a politically-correct campaign to white-wash history.

As for the counter-protesters, these too likely had a mixture of groups and intentions. For some, they came to legitimately protest what they see as a racist campaign to defend the Confederacy. However there is no doubt that the anarchist/Marxist group Antifa came not to protest, but to forcefully/violently prevent the legal assembly of statue removal protesters.

The pro-Robert E Lee statue protesters obviously anticipated Antifa blocking them so they brought shields and weapons to defend/attack and allow them to protest the statue removal. Antifa obviously anticipated the clash as they too brought shields and weapons. A recipe for disaster and thus the clash - a well anticipated and orchestrated event.

Lost in the clash, are the peaceful individuals on both sides who legitimately wanted to practice their freedom of speech and assembly to protest and counter-protest.

These complexities will likely be washed over and this will simply become a result of the Trump presidency. As the media already showing they are blaming Breitbart and Steve Bannon. This completely ignores the relatively recent phenomenon of Confederacy legacy removal.

No doubt, if Hillary Clinton was president we would see the same sort of clash play out again and again.

What's the solution? I don't know. But I feel it's important to take an honest overview of all sides in this complex situation."


The only part of that essay that you got right is both sides came ready to raise some hell.

As for the rest: playing down the fact that 'true' conservatives want this country to go back to 1950, and stay there.
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Where did you pick up that talking point?

And I didn't write it, I read it.
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