A Good Article From Salon Magazine Explaining The Symbolism Of The Black Flag in Ok,Boomer

  • Oct. 13, 2021, 7:45 a.m.
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I am a peace loving man and as such, I am wary of the potential for violence and madness in any group in the USA or World. This is a good article about the POSSIBILITY for such in the USA.

https://www.salon.com/2021/10/12/black-flag-understanding-the-trumpists-latest-threatening-symbol/


Jodie 3 days ago

Question? Do you think there will ever come a time where trump will get fed to the lions and then used for dog food?

Boomer Jodie ⋅ 3 days ago

No. I believe that there is a fear of using him as a larger figurehead than he has been used. It would be insanely ludicrous to see him as martyr if he were to say...choke on a burger without someone around knowing the Heimlich maneuver. SAINT TRUMP CHOKED TO DEATH ON A MCDONALDS FOR YOUR SINS! I read a journalist describe the USA as living in THE GOLDEN AGE OF STUPIDITY. As far as feeding lions and dogs... why poison them?

Jodie Boomer ⋅ 3 days ago

But the poison has to be something that is not traceable....

GlobalNomad 3 days ago

Race relationship is at a critical point in the US. Peopl group anything they don't like as an evil agenda of the White race, which is dumb.

It startles me to observe so much ignorance and unrest in one of the wealthiest countries of the world. This had to be addressed at the local government and churches rather than depending on the federal government.

Boomer GlobalNomad ⋅ 3 days ago

I feel more anxiety about the white folks here than the Others. I try now to identify as "beige". So much of the ignorance was promoted by the trump regime. I have KNOWN and worked with the gun nut rednecks and fascists. We shared an uneasy peace. Religion plays a big part in the insanity here. The promotion by SOME (not all) of the hate and fear. Ironically, so many whites point at radical Islam and they are acting LIKE such people. The main threat to the USA is not any outside threat but our own homegrown lunatics.

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