And then there are some front pages even coffee can’t deal with.

“Decades separate them, but some say the men of Easy Company – 506 PIR aren’t dissimilar to Chuck’s Chicken Airsoft Squad.”

I will freely admit I am not very well versed on all the dangers that Freedom Riders faced and the true misery they had to endure, but sure as hell the spoiled child of BLM got near the same treatment nor had the lack of resources they had but just the opposite.

Any comparison of BLM to the Civil Rights Movement will always be wrong and a simple cheap attempt to validate this crop of socialist idiots as some sort of racial champions.  And possibly even worse: BLM is equating the ultimate sacrifice of three young men trying to get Black people to vote to the death of Saint George of Fentanyl.

To be clear, George Floyd would have probably held them a gun point, rob them and taken away their station wagon to feed his addiction.

 

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By Miguel.GFZ

Semi-retired like Vito Corleone before the heart attack. Consiglieri to J.Kb and AWA. I lived in a Gun Control Paradise: It sucked and got people killed. I do believe that Freedom scares the political elites.

6 thoughts on “Yup, just about the same.”
  1. Reporter-speak to English translation:

    “Some people say” means “I say” or “Another staff reporter here says.” Without names, you can bet they made it up.

  2. The reporter should ask BLM folk whether they agree to honoring Jews (Goodman and Schwerner). I see some ahistorical revisions to the article in the future….

  3. There is an apt comparison between the Civil Rights Movement and BLM/ Antifa, but it’s not a complementary one to the moderns.
    BLM/ Antifa are far, far closer to the KKK, the lynchers, to the angry mobs who would burn down neighborhoods, and to the racist cops, judges, and prosecutors who would railroad innocent black men for the purpose of intimidating the black community.

    1. A good test would be “are you in favor of ordinary civilians owning firearms”. If yes, you’re like the Civil Rights people. If no, you’re like the KKK.

  4. My earlier comment about upcoming ahistorical revisions stems from looking at the record of the civil rights movement in the 1960s. Yes, nonviolence in the face of racist dimocrat sheriffs embarrassed the nation into changing the laws, but it was the invovlement of, largely white Christian, people of conscience from around the country, getting beaten alongside the black marchers, that was essential to the success of the movement. (Yes, we Jews were involved as well, Goodman and Schwerner being examples, but Christians are a much larger precentage of our population.)

    If you look at photographs of the marchers from 1960s publications, at least half of the faces are white. If you look at the photographs in more recent materials on the civil rights era, most of the white faces have been cropped out.

    Given the rampant antisemitism of BLM, I think Goodman and Schwerner will be memory-holed–it’s just a matter of time.

    YMMV….

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