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Mar 06 2018

Patrick Henry Denounced as Thought Criminal

You didn’t think they would stop at Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson did you? Or even with George Washington and Thomas Jefferson? The campaign to erase all the “racists” in American history is a campaign to erase American history, period. Without it, we won’t know who we are. That way progressive social engineers will have an easier time transforming this into a very different country. Every great person in American history must be discredited and destroyed — including Patrick Henry. From New Mogadishu, formerly known as Minneapolis:

Students at Patrick Henry High School are organizing to change the name of their school.

“#ChangeTheName” is picking up steam, and now alumni and members of the community are joining the movement.

Like many prominent Virginians of his time, Henry owned slaves. Ergo, he is bad and must be erased.

By the same logic, the entire Roman Empire needs to go down the Memory Hole.

[Students] Janaan Ahmed and Farhiyo Hassan [say] change comes by educating their peers about the damaging effects of upholding what they call oppressive figures, like Patrick Henry.

The Founding Fathers who created the country that has been synonymous with liberty for 2½ centuries are now “oppressive figures.” Cultural Marxism works amazing transformations.

“Patrick Henry and this institution was [sic] created at a time where integration was not allowed and segregation was promoted so if you look at the history and the demographics of people who are living in these neighborhoods, then you would understand the context to us, and why it is so important to us today,” student Farhiyo Hassan said.

Many of the people this young tool is referring to arrived from Somalia within the past 20 years as welfare colonists. Those who are taxed to charge up their EBT cards, who must watch their own cities deliberately reduced to ghettoes, and who must suffer the miserable indignity of seeing their proud history desecrated and erased are the ones who are oppressed, even if we are oppressing ourselves.

Henry is best known for proclaiming, “Give me liberty or give me death.” The modern equivalent would be “Give me countermoonbattery or give me oblivion.” With moonbats calling the shots, he will get oblivion.

BTW, Patrick Henry wanted to end slavery, calling its abolition “the furthest advance we can make toward justice” — as if that matters to teenage social engineers in hijabs like Janaan Ahmed and Farhiyo Hassan, or to the liberals pulling their strings.

Careful you don’t grind your teeth down to the gums while watching this:

On a tip from TCS III.

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